The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 28, 1892 · Page 3
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 3

Centralia, Washington
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Wednesday, December 28, 1892
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n , - _^ x — / THE DAILY OEEONKJt^, bEOEMBER 28; WfctfcOROLOQrCAL Local meteorological report takenJjy- &. HrOrwrtJ* tod** •* ««•*"•'* rt ™ store. at Greene's .fhe .Ctiinp Fire. ^f the ttloftgant occasions ffir the •nun,' THJIIU!O11»TSR 10 SO 19 BAHOMETEH. i!9S50 29.240 W Highest, dl, lowest, 14. . By rcgiBtering/tnefm«»»aete]f for the Hast 24 hours. .'•'• BREVITIES. Mrs, JosepVfwliiuiue-.l of £)etrojt; is .,' .-* visiting relatives in this city, •••' . MissJAnna Grandibie, of Battle (Wek 4 is the guest of Miss Josephine Fletcher. Misses Rena and Nettie Ootum» of . jSouth Albion, are tisitiug ; Mfs. E* W. Hollon. t , Miss BCelley will close her store at six o'clock in the .evening for the next two A. R. veterans was the camp fire by 0. Colegro^e Post at Atfbeiter hall 'Tuesday evening in honor of their Great Department Commander DeanJ the hall was Comfortably tilled with I the meitibers of the order, their families and itivited guests. CJapt. James W.* Wbod acted aa' ^master of ceremonies and carried but that*part'.,of. the' pro* jrjam in a vdry= acceptable manner. JF&e 1 program Opened with a selection fay thti K! O> T. M. band, followed by prayer by Ret. -J. M, Gctchell. Capt. Wood then made &n appropriate address and welcomedJSCotnmander Dean to the city. Mr. Dean in responding said that he was not an orator but he wanted to give the boys 'a little advice regarding matters pertaining to the or- T JL « "months. The Presbyterian Sunday school will be.given a supper in the church parlors , tfiis evening. ••/ • Mrs. Sarah Hall and Miss ^ Smiley ar«(, spending|the holiday •' tion at Dr^J. F. Smiley'*. George.Ogdec, a former residcut of Marshall, now residiog in Milford, Iu$v •'.. visited friends in this city today. Baby ^Rrith gdt Christinas gifts by the wholesale. That Sft^the, advantage of- Having a presiderit-eiect Jfot a v papa, The-Mason^ committee en entertainment are requested to ipeet at the Mat- '_'' ..k i" '•,"«".' " " ' _. i _5- _ l_ 4. ' : - jllj.1 X.' Jklv ' 4 til A shall club room* at 'Evening. eight o'clock this The L'adiesiRead|ng Circle will have a social Friday evening in their rooms over Grace Bros.; store. Refreshments will be served. Admission 10 cents. Mrs. H. H. Chisbolm is spending the holidays with her sister in Chicago and MUs M. D. Avery, of Grasa lake^ is with Mrs;? Huydenburg for the same time. Lansing Republican: It is estimated that 1,000 pounds of candy has 6een received at the reform school for holiday consumption. Mrs. John G. Bagley, of Detroit, sent up a small cargo this derand made on interesting talk. Af ter another #1ece of music Miss Earl re cited a poem which-was Jwell received. Addresses] were made iby Hon. J. C. Patterson, Wm. Reiley and Fr. BaSrt, of this city;and Comradeu Hubbard and Rafter, of Albion; Roacbe Clayborn sang "A Curl from my Baby's. H'air" which brought down the house and he responded with another, pretty, piece. Bplhf songs were nicely rendered. Af ter a few words by Cpmrade. Getchell Capt..;Wood announced ttiat; the f6r agers had been out for. a few days and .made a number of sticciessfnVi'alds and thoii inyiieU the guests and^thers to the supper ;|bom where very nice r«-' freshments Were seived.. It was after o'clock before the camp.broke Keep An Eye Out I ... m \. . •••• v • •. . • - o -AT- F. B SIMYDER^S William VanGorder, an old soldrer and pensioner at Tekonsha. has been sick for some days. He has deeded his property, which consists of a bouse and lot in that village, to two of hia com rades, who in return have agreed to care for him while he livea land bury him beside his wife whom death took frpmi.him but a few weeks since. Do .not forget the gold medal enter- toinment Friday evening. All proceeds above expenses go towards supplies for Juvenile Temple-. Suraly everybody ^ants to throw in 10 or 15 centsrtowards the good work for the "children and youth of our -city, besides, getting §0 '*" oijitB worth of • ariioyment Eyerybodj : inTi.ted. ., - ^, The third entertainme,at ofitheUeotfire course, will be given Wednesday evening next, January 4tb. Edward P. KHi- ott, the humorist, wftl impersonate the characters in Hazel Kirke the a rat part of the eveuing, giving us a miscellaneous program for the latter part. All .wha enjoy a good laugh should be pres up, iiu^no one seemed to observe the lateness of the hour, so'pleasantly had the eveuine^ passed. Among the decorations in the^hall was a flag th'tft be- longedjto the late Mrs. Tho'mas Wells. The flag formerly floated from the hospital boat of the Mississippi squadron for three years during- the w^r. It was presented to her by the "officer^ of Jefferson barricks at St. Louis. xMrs. Welles was superintendent of the s&qj tary department sf the western navy. Nate Dunn is home from Chicago for the holidays. Charles' Dunham leaves tonight for Flaggstaff, Arizona. Rev. and Mrs. Rankin are expected here tonight or tomorrow. Mrs. A C. Adams, of Jackson, is vis- ing her sister, Mrs. H. D. Curtis. L. A. McDonald, of Chicago, is spending the holidays in this vicinity • Frank Rowley and friend. Cbauuoey Wellington, wbo have b'eferi'spending a few.days ia this city, returned to Detroit last evening;, Jack. J/e.QnbeTger. of Dickinson, NorthvDfckota, and Miss Louise Leon berger.of Jackson, are : guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Ed B.utler. r ' A. C. Miner, of Leroy township, while bunting rabbits 'vith bis brother Monday was accidentally shot: in the stomach by the jatter aud died soon aft- efr. He was married. "Miss MaUgie White has a fine Christ mas box this year in the form of a beautiful piano, purchased from the house of F. j'. Schwankovsky, Detroit. We Nothing makes^ a more Suitable Holiday Gift than a piece of fdrni- ture. Call and see the handsome Parlor Suites, Bedroom Suites^Qhairs, Stands, etc., etc. They are "out of sight" and very reasonabbe, V F. I AM Now offe*4ug for sale one of the largest and best selected stocks of ent. Bo*,rd "opens Saturday at feur O'clock. . f. Charles E. Garner, secretary- of t! Michigan Mutual Firjr iusurance com- "PABJ : "<rf L'amnns, was in tbjs <jity today. The company bad a small policy/^ W. fire a have not jet had the. pleasure of seeing it, but it being a Knabe piano speaks for itself. Those who ksa^e seen it pronounce it the finest in trrtvn. ^ pair of young deeis. were left at the M. C. depot this morning to be transferred to the C-J & M Ry. They were sent br express and were and TOYS f Ever brought to this city, at prices so low that yon can afford to t>u^ them, and get yon^ choice ot the Bargains G . *»*„„/ /. $t*elp is ia tte city tgdfty * »rrang,ingLlbft pjce|ii»iaaj'i8«^or t^e>er- . formaoc* p|,ilw% §pect^ , M Uuder " the |4ott't ! Pf^t" «* ; !thft"*a* house. said P • "Boooe and stands' to 'In , Kjeh seen Milli Cwlotta wrjjl preseJB* their to4 jpertonaing Hoa*, * le^ti once ia a Ufe s um«. Among the B»nyTiMiw4flIvsiTJWea, who i awarded thf diamond *tttd4«*««,W i oflfefe* by t|e New Tor* Djr»mat i Hem to the moat oooular actceae m with J4 d^y." ie. h** promised, ,. Luce jj' pwyitegfr of naming l ihspeciorfthiprand-that Mr. Luee had jj^tt informed hiiuj&at hw choice would be Mil* IX CiwopbeU". I know the bustling Milo has bee,a $»1ke4 of for several lucrative positions, bu| .this appears ^ FOR 3O DATS. wiU offer ?ianos and Or- at a great sacrifice get Mj prices, and jmstruments. Tbu will ^^ oai money ing oi me. f tove large stock and can r r- t ' ^WF prf? wip^ ^&

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