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Chehalis Bee, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1897, Chehalis, Washington Be I SHED 1884 NATIONAL LEWIS WASH MAY 21 18117 W 0 T umk and lit Animal Will of Friday June Notes table will H- OF fur bin KIIK in in house mi the fore uf Week I On Saturday May COUNTY A w MCI In- rimmed lo deliay f i Midi f ri'i-i I Unit will U J U ii N COWMAN will lutlf n ii tiral In the ail ai 01 lien w or the i ii the enmity hnit t i vie II fur limn In Mrs a pair Sun ften I IK in of he two school a 1 lh id nf wbo und and the killed in a hill H Ml In In Wiis in last i WO coin PAV OX Our mills in n liad Unite Money lo nil m i l Tin out if town 1 1 mi I will heh X tnk iii Him I L lc A ill if till Mm mil mid the fur May h J II HUBEK tsii ID nil Washington t liiii.ks be I mailer j nf the will third lu a A 1 mic j iai by be n law than hist year when it chinch sfWJO.OUO i Mrs is tli i oaf nl limn Hay HORTEN HASKELL mill H H SCRIBNER HARNESS MAKER WASHINGTON Whips Oli Curry and JOHN A BECK Watchmaker Jeweler KNIGHT'S DRUG 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Leston Kirk Albert trombone Juick cornel Miss iii May Shelton and jus have yone to the Bitter Idaho Airs luft for Idaho s it la year old i of A living on creek about from died from by thrown from u hoige lant Kriday will be next Friday the There uu 20 Srad Tho will Ixj held in the opera An excellent been pi for the sion Kvery seat will be reserved the K Harmon of to the young folks at thu tian Sunday night Harry has moved his Tom bus gone to Minnesota to boss a repair gang for the summer Wednesday of last suffered a very bad on one lej by tbo of a dog chain at mill Dr J II Dumon liud business in Friday K 1 returned Sunday from a trip to Portland E two rooms in the new Field k Lease block fur mi- titore Virges drug store will occupy the corner room The building in to be completed by August 1 Lottie Arnold ia employed on the News Mrs baa moved to Elma Mrs Bennet mid daughter Mrs down from Seattle last May I noticed in East an article the condition of i anil why and how the city involved in debt which is substantially the name sinry in told by nearly every town in the enmity and for that matter in the state Toledo it an exception to the and rule cal of its town been carried through the times without incurring debt Our streets on lie whole are in about as good condition as of any oilier town The condition of our is due lo our and we have not a but what is prouti lo say our town is even with the world and that our and is kept in as good as any in the county Tlie St lire ream is what we bear spoken of on our streets now and especially hot days j c f is reported ill in two of at bis mil north of our ladies Mary Laughran and T axed 70 yearn A has been built near tlie light i Their regular days for leave two plant fire engine is now and Sundays tu llw Mr ud to Ilie plant Ibr Glover has a line new delivery l all lit un Young very j A feed expects to open a j learn fallen it in Mr and uu I Mind iv mi I'm rial t i in In- if dull n li n -i i I Mi 1 llininu U ml C were n VL by 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