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   Centralia Chronicle Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 20, 1935, Centralia, Washington                             For all the News idl the time read The Daily Chronicle Delivered to your home daily for 15c per week- by mall 25c per month. Phone 600, Centrtfta V ___ Centralia Chronicle Advertiser NUMBER 118 (CONTAINS ONLY A PORTION. OE THE NEWS AND OR THE CENTRAL1A DAILY CHRONICLE CENTRALIA, WASHINGTON, FRWAY, SEPT. 20, 1935 If it'i a Good Bargain you'll find it in the "Advertised Revolutionizing the automobile lubrication the Eddins Auio Co. is introducing the Mo- to-Sway, a unique device that puts a typical road action under a car while the car is being lubricated. This remarkable innovation has accomplished 'what engineers have tried to develop for a decade. It creates road action while the car is not in motion and permits the lubricant to. easily reach every point. When a car is stationary, with dead weight on springs and shackles, it is practically impos- sible to lubricate the points of greatest friction, engineers claim. Any bolt, nut, spring, shackle, battery box that may be loose on the chassis of the car can be de- tected and fixed while in motion, on the Moto-Sway. The Eddins Auto. Co. is demon- strating the Moto-Sway equipment nt its station, corner Tower and Locust street. This sensational greasing and lubrication service with Texaco lubricants is being offered to the public at no extra cost. Moto-Sway lubrication is said to bring back the driving thrill to old cars and will keep squeaks and rattles out of new cars. It is said to increase the life of the car and decrease repair bills. India's Viceroy Faces Huge Task Grand Mound Mrs. B. C. Dennison, who has spent the sunvncr with relatives in Portland, has returned to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Will Watson, and family. Carl Dortzbach made a busi- ness trip to Tacoma Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Conners and son, Jackie, made a trip to Seat- tle Tuesday. Miss Rosine Bauerle, who teaches the 5th and Gth grades in the lo- cal school, spent the week end at home in Tacoma. Miss Bauerle .rds at the Hairy Lee'home. Thurslon County Pomona Grang- ers discussed everything from gaso- line to gavel contests at their September session at Black Lake, and also observed the golden wed- ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dent, pioneer Black lake couple. The Grange charter was draped in memory of J. Emmctt Brown, Blake lake master, who was killed in a logging accident last week. Events in the lives of Mr. and Mrs. Dent were portrayed in panto- mine by Grangers Mr. and Mrs. George Parse, Myrtle Rambo, Mrs. W. H. Bennett, Prank Palmer, Mrs. Olive Rutledge and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lewis. Grangers presented the couple with a quilt. Gasoline cooperatives and op- erations of the Washington Dairy council were discussed by James McCash of Centralia. Master Frank N. Palmer of Rochester, Rev. G. A. Hiden and Oliver F. Hartline we're appointed Pomona delegates to the state good roads conven- tion in Olympia, September 27 and 28. Assurance that Millersylvania CCC camp would remain at Deep lake at least until March '31, 1936, was given the Grange in a mes- sage from Senator Homer T. Bone. Grangers quizzed Bone after hear- ing a report the park-building camp would be shifted to Grays Harbor. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dickey of Committees appointed were: Yelm, visited last week with Agnes _Tay- ar.d relatives in the valiey. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nelson went to Onalaska Sunday where they helped Mrs. Lawrence Thompson celebrate her birthday. Other din- ner guests at the Thompson home were Mr. and Mrs. Art Thomp- son of Lincoln Creek. Mrs. Basil Churchill or Tacoma, was a dinner guest Monday of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nelson. She and Miss Ivera Nelson left in the afternoon for Wenatchee where they will be" employed. North and South Pledge Amity Virtual sovereign over one- fifth ot the human race, a near-dictator over people, the Marquess ot Lin- lithgow, above, laces an enor- mous task. As the new vice- roy of India lie.will have the herculean job of establishing the federal system in Britain's vast domain. Lord Linlithgow is only 47. one of the youngest viceroys in history. Skookumchuck Flags-of the Union and the Confederacy will fly side by side al a reunion in Gettysburg in 193S and hero two veterans of the war of the states clasp hands, symbolizing tlie spirit of amity be- tween, tlie former foes. W. E. Dark. Winnfield. La., Dixie veteran, left, and T. W. Woodcock, Amarillo, Tex., Union veteran, met at the United Confederate Veterans' 45th annual reunion in1 sealed the friendship session ot reminiscence. WEEVILS ANNOYING lor, Mrs. Frank Palmer and Albert Rutledge; public utility, Guy Tay- lor, H. E. Tcrwilleger and G. A. Hideri; farmers' market, Giles Johnson, Mrs. Agnes Taylor aod George Parse. Prosperity will take the wheel to Little Rock on Octeoer 8. W. H. Bennett, Nlsqually, Po- mona Grange overseer, received a birthday cake honoring his 59th year. Instead of candles, the cake was decorated with matches sup- porting tax token's. Tremendous numbers of straw- berry weevils have been entering Washington homes, causing much annoyance to housewives, accord- Ing to reports received by Dr. R. D. Webster, state college etomo- Jogist. While these insects are not harmful in the home, they feed on roots of strawberry plants, often resulting in serious damage. UNDER ACTUAL ROAD CONDITIONS Opens up Spring 'Leaves Detects Squeaks mA Rattles INCREASES THE LIFE OF YOUR CAR-DECREASES REPAIR BILLS SWAY SQU EAKS AWAY WITH FILBERTS INCREASE Dr. C. E. Shuster federal filbert expert, Corvallis, estimates this product is increasing at the rate of acres annually in Western Washington and Western Oregon. Crop will be satisfactory this year; also prices, though these will prob- ably not be as high as was ex- pected earlier in the season. How- ever, it is believed they will be somewhat higher than in 1934. .TO PICK CRANBERRIES The cranberry harvest in the Grayland-North Cove area will be under way this week with picking to start on the three and four-year- old bogs and the harvest of the main crop on the older bogs will commence about October 1, with some 800 pickers on the job. The crop this year in the Twin Harbors area is estimated to run 15 to 20 per cent heavier than last year. The fall lake in 1934 totalled about boxes, and grossed for the 72 gravers. HARVEST YAMS Chronicle Job Pnntlns Pleases. W. H. Hagerman of Vader, is certain that sweet potatoes will thrive in the Winlock-Vader dis- trict. Last spring he planted some tubers In a hotbed ar.d when they commenced to sprout, transferred them to his garden patch. Now he is displaying some good sized sweet potatoes. sAmazingNeurS'ewife Is InHaluabk May Grease fob DRIVE IN- SEE !T WORK. The Molo-Sway method of greasing consists of taking tha weight of the body of your automobile off of the springs, shackles and king pins, then swaying the car from side to side, temporarily re-archr.ng the springs, freeing every froz- hackle loosening up squeaky springs and making it en possible to get at ithe difficult parts that need lubrication, 'you" this gf easltig; SkaMbricating service at NO EXTRA COST.' EDDINS AUTO CO. FORD SALES AND SERVICE 208 South Tower Avenue Centralia It's Time To Build! And You Will Be Thankful on Next Thanksgiving Day If You Invest Your Money In a Home BUILD-IN, NOW! While you are while modernizing is being to make the home really modern by installing our Quality Mill Work. Odd corners will take built-in Ironing Closet, Linen or China Closet. And how about a Kitchen-Cabinet or Breakfast Nook? Come in and let's talk it over! BE SURE THAT YOUR HOME GETS THE BEST MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP FROM A RELIABLE SOURCE A JOB FOR US! After you have swept up the shattered frag- ments of broken door or window glass in your home, there's a job wait- ing for us! It will con- sist of replacing the broken pane with new glass that will fit per- fectly; and, when our work's completed, no one but yourself will know of the damage that was done. REMEMBER You'll gain much in the end by consulting us at the start. LUMBER, MILLWORK, SASH and DOORS, PAINT, BUILDING SUPPLIES, CEMENT, PLASTER, LIME, BRICK and TILE. at Building Headquarters Lewis County Lumber Company The .second annual SmUh-Himhe.s slock Judging contest, sponsored by the Handle Grange, was held Sat- urday at Randle ard was won by the Randle high school team with a score of 2.G1D. Woodland was MT-! ond, and oilier competing trams were Centralia. Chchalis, Mossy- rock, RidsoHelrt, Adna, Loiieview. Toledo, Nnptivine, Tenino, Win- lock, Emimcliuv and Kent. Two classes of beef of dairy stock. one of sheep at'd one of horses were judged by the boys. A perpetual Irophy is awarded by the Grange for the event. Ran- dle was- also the winner last year. The Centralia team Saturday was composed of Bob ICerstcttor, who finished tenth; Fred Webster and Don Wood. Friday of this week Jesse Helm, Smith-Hughes instructor at the Centralia high school, will take a team to Puy- allup to compete in a contest at the Western Washington fair; Sep- tember 28 a contest is scheduled at the Carnation Farms, ami on October 5 there will be a contest at the Pacific International Live- stock show at Portland. Hoim said today young Kerstetter is cprUiin a place on the team at Puyal- ulp, and the other two will be picked from Webster, Wood, Oscar Fagcrness, Wesley Barton and Jack Stevens. UPKEEP NECESSARY SEED SHIPPED A UO-ton car of hairy vetch and Austrian pea seed was ship- ped the past week to Memphis, Tcnii., by the Thompson Feed company of Chclmlis. The consign- ment included eight tons of vetch and twelve tons of peas. Geo. R. Thompson, manager of the firm, reports that this shipment Ls but the beginning of a heavy line of business of this kind which he hopes to develop in Lewis county next season. Growers received highly remunerative prices for their esjwially when compared with grains of other kinds. Have you a u.sed musical in- strument to sell? Use a Want Ad. TO IRRIGATE FARMS Swenson brothers of Malone and G. F. Hcnsley. Hunters' Prairie, are making plans to irrigate their places. Tne former will take water by flume from a spillway of the Mumby Lumber company: the litt- tcr from a creek with an electric pump. PREPARING EXHIBITS Members of Washington 4-H clubs are getting their exhibits in shape for the International Live- stock .show in Portland. October n 12. Henry M. Walker, state for 4-H club work, says that Wash- ington entries will be chiefly livn- stcck and poultry contests. 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