The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on August 15, 1893 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Tuesday, August 15, 1893
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* 11 M&& ** *" „ --., v .< •Visitors* V> * D6 'world's fair Will find the CHRONICLE on ifl&l#at Geo, F. War t en's trews rand clear stand in the Michigan building. ; i < • BREVITIES. He weot to get a photograph ; ' * He posed in killing atylo, The aad result waft little else ' Than hands and feet and smile. Postmaster' Snyder went to this morning- , ' Mils Xtfia Fraeiiw^spent Sunday In Albion. ,''• .t'-t.i'-'jL _-•:,- •• ' ; _i * ' H. E. Hollon made a business trip to Jackson tbi« morning. There is a scarcity of desirable tone- ment houses in this city. . This being a holy day, services were held at the,Catholic church. Miss Emma, Brooks has returned from a visit with Jackson friends. MisS Nellie Carson Wing, of Battle Creek is visiting Marshall friends. N. H. Hollon attended the funeral of E. W. Hollon at Jackson 'this afternoon. Mrs. D wight Smith, of Jackson," is the gaest of Mrs. C. A. Gorham at Gull lake. ' ,.';>• ,Mr.s. W. H, Arthur and Mrs. J. E. Mast are doing the world's, fair this week. •'•••' MY. and Mrs. Daniel Harrington, of Wayne, #eb.; are visiting at F. B Sny dar's hi this city. B.C. Talmadge and family left Sun day night for Sedalia, Mo., where they will hereafter reside. The tar walk On the south aide of Grand street betweeu Grand and Eagle is being re paired. Mrs. E. M. Jackson and Mrs. I. J. Reardon, of Jackson, attended the funeral cf John Martin in this city yeater day. . . , , Mr. iftid Mrs. Irving Favor and children, who have been guesta at L. Jirou'a, leave tonight for their home in. New York City. B. C. Moon; E. L. Murphy, wife anil daughters, of Marshall, spent Sunday as guests of John W. .Bailey, of .the Michigan Central. The funeral o£Mrs. David Jager will be Ueld at the famil> residence in Fre donia Thursday at 1:30 p. m. Inter uieut in Qakridge cemetery. Marriage licenses Jiasued Aug. H: Lewis Pemorest, of Horaqr, and Carrie ._ t ;" '- m nrt ; _>\_'_ n ^.^l V t*li U *' Hf AM*)!* -jjj of A, Warminglfp.' " 'Vacation is almost over with, " -Path fs coming—to this country, C. W.;,Way went to Jacksion this af teruoon; . --, E. A. Turner Bf Bellevne wtrt in this, city today. < f \ Bead PerreU!s ad in another, part of the paper. It is repotted that Mrs. Himmel wrrght'is not as well today. .Mws Jessie Porter and friend feturn ed from Grill lake yesterday. Mr. and Mrs.' Lou Palmer drove in from 1 Battle Creek this afternoo.nv The excursion train to'Chicago today consisted of 16 well filled coaches., ; Ernest Saudy has moved into the Talmadge house on South Eagle street. Mr.'and Mrs. John McNames and Mr. and Mrs. Josh Cawood are in Cbl cago. Mra. F. W.,Dickey returned to Gull lake this morning after a short stay in this city. Miss Maud Cuzzins of this city is spending a few days with Jackson friends. ft was confidentially whispered to us today that—well never mind- M we'll tell yon tomorrow night.' -*' Marriage licenser-i«stt$d~ ! Atigr-46i MERCHANDISE will commence on SAT'DAY AUG. 12 and continue two weeks. People who took advantage of our last, "ear's sale will at once see the advantage of attending this sale without further talk. Come early and secure the best bargains, as the goods must be closed out regardless of cost, to make.noom fbKour coming Fall StbclcjCl ^ •» I. ** *•*-.*." GEORGE PERK Charles H. Prown and f Mary E. Qaaif, both oi Bedford. Rav. Mr. Walton tan his yacht at Gull lake. He is said to be enjoying himself bughly. Mrs. G. H. Dobbins and daughter, Miss Ida, leave tomorrow for > visit wHh Liwton. friends. Mr. McCallister und family will on cupylthe house on South Eagle atreut re cently vacated by C. R, Oaborne, Miss Alice Mcfeee, who -ha^ been visiting in tbis city for a fa* weeks past, left fpr Washington, D. C., today, r Miss Josephme, Fletcher leaves tomor. row morning for St. Joseph, from thence aho will visit Chicago aud^ the fair. ... I The store of Herman Andre in Ceres | co wu8 entered by burglars last night. ' The safe was opened and a little change was taken. People will soon be returning to town from their BUiumer outing. It their coniiut; will liveu things up a bit th«;> cannot get here uuy loo soon The burglars aru makinsi their way westward. They probably in Friends Herbs of Joy, Friends Oil of Gladness, > H :,^ Friends Purity Soap, ^ ^C Friends Foot Ease On Sale At Greene'sDrug Store !y ^Te:koqsha';,j:il H. Battle .Creek, "and ; $uaje Baxter, Lansing. Eli S. Potter and Pearl Norton, bo|l| of-Battle Creek.'* Mrs- Ganze -and Mrs." Butler, Mr*s. Ned Breweri jMrs. C, D. Brewer, Mra. D. Hubbafd, prat, S, JB. Snydeci Mra. S. F Snyder and Mrs. $. J. Frink wiU be entertained at Gull lake tomorrow by Mesdamea J. F. Smiley and F. W.Dtek ey. '., "I '" . '' • ': A little item in a newspaper may sometimes make an enemy to the paper with- the rest, of hnmnUtty "re atubiu- ous of .attumUiijj the worl4 s fair. _ Mrs C. JLl. Qjjborn and daughter Jtslt yesterday for their new home in ,li»stings, uccompapied by Xh« regret4)pf a lirge cirelu \>i f riend-s uudacquaiutancos. Mr, aud Mrs. L. F. Page enteitain a large party of their frlenda at Arboiter hall tomorrow evening. Dancing is to be the chief amusement.' iToses Mabel and Vira Lock wood entertain about forty uf, thfir fnenda a_t their home on North Eagle, street this for life, but it won't stop him from read ing it. It merely changes him from a subscriber to a borrower. Every pub Usher, can recatt the names of citizens who come under \his An.editor oqfc west baa adopted a unique modepf treatment for hia delin: quent eubscribjira,, - ^esend$ statements of account tpfthenj af f r^u^ inJervaM and if there is : : ;jiQ.-'i&»i*pn£$ after the second atatewen^Ee takes it .for grant ed'that the afibgeriberis dead and pr"- lishjBS their obituary'in bis oolnmns. thority for the announcement ibat it probable that no ope. person wiU see everything that is W e*«h^uao4i »^ 4fa " _ri^4i>i £ntw H f\vs A^fiQEO' -A. OO .evening. ^ Judging from the number of inceudj ary Urea that are occurring amoner world's fair hoieia in Chicago, visitors will tight shy of these hoatlenes in the future. ..,.-.Everyone who listened to Miss B.oa ley at the Baptist church Sunday ex press themselves as charmed With her singing. She ia said to have, greatly improved since her last appearance in 111 *, 0 jears ago. js who are weetiag to aitesd the picnic at Gpguac lake tomorrow, ven! under thQ auspices of |he G. A^ Sonspf Veterans, and, W-B- C., ; wlU *L*t ij.1 _____ 1__— — >.*— «-Lk-H .-— d-.4 A *im*4 "tA^OQ The baiance oi Spring Goods in Merchant Tailoring at prices that will close them out this week. SHANAHAN'S. f the for |&y f£u.mjU trip 60 cen^a. All r<U»lly-U»vUed/f-;r „ ftere |irin» opportujiUy pto., Quaker- Doctors • ••• '' "'. ,••*; - .. Herbs of

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