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   Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - August 1, 1889, Centralia, Washington                             CENTJIALIA, LEWIS COUNTY, W ASKING GUST NO. 3, E. RHODES, ATFY-AT-LAW NOTAftY PUBLIC. on West Front Street, aajolnlngnewlrauk, Ccntrallu, WflBll. Some of its Every Day Fea- TUT T. CUBRY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CMtmllu, Washington. Office new N. P. depot. Q. O. EKH- T. Q. HKIKE, HEINE, CKNTRAUA, WASH. Offlct over Wlaid'i Drue Store._____________ JOHN A. TAYLOR, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE NOTARY PUBLIC. Ornce on Tower Ave., south of Main St. T ASDRUM 4 LANDHUM ATT'YS-AT-iAW and REAL ESTATE AGENTS. OfflM near depot. CE.STRAUA, WASH. u. RUSSELL, Graduate ot Trinity College, Dublin. Late AMinani Burgeon in Her MiiJesty'B hast India terrlcc. Office over Woodlmm Biirapic i Hardware itore. Difienses o( women and clnl- dreu a specialty; also all elironic discuses. Ty 3. UNDERWOOD. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Bouth Tower nvenue. CESTRALIA, TRADE DIRECTORY. ENTKALIA'S ACTIVITY tures. OUR CENTRAL LOCATION been slow hitherto, and the company will probably have to be re-formed on a different basis. To this we shall refer later. The towiifiite company was ultimately formed in March last, and is composed principally of Mr. Emerson, of Iloqniam who purchased the land seven years ago with a view to its present use and his associates in St. Paul and Chicago. These were chosen as the best available OUft TRIBUTARY COUNTIiY. We Must Open Wagon Roads into the Ad- jacent Country. The address of one of the directors, of the board at trade at the The School Eleotion.2 ,'It is now only three weeks until the school election. Thin election is one that docs not, usually awaken the. Hiinie excitement that prevails at a presiden- BUY A LOT in the the board at trade at the session ot unit t( of the hvc body last Friday night was a very clear jfi Blatement of what Centralia mus, liti.e lo keep tiji its supremacy as a local, as well as a wholesale, trade center. About five years, ago the first bridge was built across the C'hehalis river that in importance to the people who vote at ought to vote at the school election. It is an election of more importance to his: men to work together for the purpose of was built across the Chohalis i river unu M wd, to buildingnpa city in a place where a city gave Ceutralia connection wi.h the Lin- 1 oughtlobe. Thevaromeuofhigh char- 1 coin creek .Mr. U UCM.J m. Jn (if ,hc thnl acter and perfectly above reproach. The oguized the necessity of the toy .11 doinj, of the CHIIOXICI.E president of the company is ex-Governor share toward opening up lie in ksl lnccting Of ,lic oo the NO CASH PAYMENTS Kqiiirwi of ta A will BHO ALSO LOTS IN WASHINGTON'S ADDITION. J. K. LJAVIS, WASHIXCTONBUH.IIIXG MILLS OF CENTRALIA. country round about us, and he took the Mar-hall, of Minnesota. s an, u halfniilesthroUEl.tliewcXHlstolIo.p.ian., raised and the county adr.ed toconipleie tne cost of tnc road. contracted for a twenty-four feet wlnir to deep water 0.100 which is. now partially cous.trnctcd over 2000 feet, and _ District shall incur a debt Centalia Iiipvwit Compy's Miitioil k is still under way. fj{ W) [or Or the new- he road that is now before thecoim-j nm.. ,millli [or lho north and! ri J. KREISEK, BARBER, Mnin St., CEXTBAI.IA, WASH. pEO. BABCHLIN, BARBER, Tower Avc. between Mutn anil Iwust RtreolR. CENTK.M.IA, WASH. I11NKLKY, ICE CKEAM AND CONFECTIONERY. Main street, Ccnlrnlln. _ intv of llrav s ll.lrt.or. it mis graui-u 1 ered to lEeue bomls.. hearing nor inure the name time. It there.ore, seems, bke and ha, at the ,iroii. talk to the board of trade, this road will news to an old inner even when he reads J Thnrstou i-ounly aim will bring trade! 500 (lue on the aUfit like the one of the saw mills ,f other 'and I and profit not only to this city, but to iRiii and shingle mills located at j 'JtreMs 11 -ewis county. That is why this road 500 They employ a large number of men.! The intends io! is of practical financial benefit to this 500 and are, collectively, of greater import- j county as well as to the city and is thus j JJJJ--J ance than any single industry now ub. improvemeri oi prop- i worthy ihe special attention of the j isnr located in the city. Although the great j n eommi.sioi.ers.___________ JW amonut of building now going on in i hl tht. fiats Board of Trade. .There1 Una S -f in uf I A, ,he r share of the product, vet oLeourse the j a area of Mnv guests from abroud cial tax for 1SS1) f-r the purpose o, rats greater share of the output is shipped i I'-'f V u" u el i "-re present, amon, them Mr. To.les, of; ing to pay ihe interest, no on twav, and ihe demand boil, ai home "W-pnation, whu-1 ug v d 1 tofamlell Bt.bool and', broad has been so brisk that many j mill Innn. James I3ros. Co., -----HAVE LATELY ADDED A-----. Stock of Dry Goods -----TO THE'llf GENERAL TI MENSUK, DRY GOODS, Mala Street, SJHEI.TOS A FI.KMM 1 NO, FRUITS AND CONFECTIOXEltY. Frillti, Tolmcco, nnil KO51 Ol muss i buildings have been delayed for want oi lumber. ,f the eight at Centralia and also at the '.ray's liar-1 w.l.: school board shall levy a 1 laU !v'sn Tlarbor '-ccauVe of his absence the committees tax upon the district commencing in the I Gall and inspect their stock and prices. will suit you. We have also a, fine assort" merit of GROCEKIES, GLASSWAKE, CKOCKEBY, Boots (j- Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Etc-. t St., near oVpot, CEXTRAUA, WASII.- lumber. .1 T i because of his absence the committee? tax upon u.e tolal ,kilv U c, as expected, j year 1RW and for each succeeding year. saw tnilh. located at Cemridia is is ,n a to h fl The wil, from 9 a. m. on DS, feetper day, divided about as follows: mittce, of Messrs, lihodes, j Aug. 17, Beach A -'0.0ml :ultl appointed] Shocking Slaughter. Martin :KUW -'in Hvrn wait on the president and apprise him i Fw-irliiout I.e.- .rays lla: o .1 at the meeting, I Altliough a thousand people snrrouml- ".uiii-.iu iv- i.ioooot its UH Win. Barnaby Bros....... Mannfactnring 1.-..O.W r "iil; names of members oi com- i the diamond at the game between :1 should desire, i Hucoda and Centralia Sunday a reporter at. ,mvtinp of the society of! v. ho tried to tind out about the game cc.rly date. A line with ocep water in hail, 'the next day was notable to find a single I _ 15.000 ;1! "lil' 70fl i 'meet ai the usual place.! man or who had been there or -vho V_ J. E. f tnlmlin iiiitu ji i j ni n U'fr- ii> im I.L Manufacturing Co..... LVOuu to a mee.ing of the society oP v. ho tried to tind out about the game Of I O TH FUS9iKIMi' J. C. Kcclcston Co............ an Ahne.o! P the next day was not able to find a fill LOT R11 Q BLACKSMITHS. I IVach NYwton............... 1S.OIX) :1! not at the usual place, j man or W who had been there or ,vho VJ Ull Ul CLU UU1 WmilxKuilM CKXTRVUA.WAMI. I It is bul lair to say that these figures was hell in K-.'es .'c j knew that there had been a game of al- ilriveuot all been collected from tho i Wrighf-olfice. Director Northey and a legcd base ball. There is a rumor how- MI'S. E. A. KllOdOSj of the mills 1'II1't occupied the wo-'d box. The i ever that the score stood 41 to C in favor Milliner, ..u St.. I more for the edification of our eastern i po-ed Messrs, Xorthoy, Landrum and i days, and this seems to be one of them rKNTHALIA, WASIIINiiTON. i friends and subscribers r' _ was appointed to secure a for Centralia. A KICK c-t orgamziuion saw mill outside of an engraving. ,'f' the meetings of the l.-iard. C'rosby's among tho Ceutralia men was. apparent A. L. ATKINS, There, are seven shingle mill, in Cen- ro we-ik the hall over Un.lerwood A Urom the start and later on the boys -iiEimnx- tralia, with a capacity of shin-: ShriverV. and McAllister's store, were seemed to lose their grip and speedily .uildins Material, pf SH, Daly Thomas............ 7o.o-io Hie aggu-gi.'.e j in conjunction unfair; from that on Bncoda had it nil Building SASH DOORP. Satisfaction Guaranteed. LIME. CEMF.NT. S. C. llildrelli, C. Crosby, ..................nl unfair; from that un Bncoda had it nil j city, was men-1 their own way, .and the score seemed i a general discussion likelv. fora short time, to climb over the roads and lii-jV.cays. Casca.le mountains. The Bucoda club was compifei, of the A, F, ROSS, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. BEl'AIKINO A SPECIALTY. Centralia, op A. J.MII.LEU, BANKKK, Centralia, Wash. i, i nv. utT 111 i 'i i I'Uii i. f ,f lit'tllOV M'f U i Hi" i 'tun -i" -i. i. i j I There arc two sash and blind ".'Iv i tr, would give us liieio.d before ihe A. Anderson, right field; Kelly, 1 j al ies, one owned by Hall a tin-c..nniry in aim L-I.UI.IU llrii, v for Mr- They are all gentlemen in every seme of second by i it'eU j "-f Oni I 'The A con.sid.eration. and is i i.-, the Mr. Johnsm. of F.ucoda. j Hid ilk of'pi: IK-I because ,he had never asked for it. Messrs Talbot Mensor. and others, 1 enHr-i'd or. 'he nccc-'-itv t Cen- inade occasional tine plays on the (en I l-'lil'-Th -re'T'om-inv of reX'm- "alia to secure lho tralia side that almost lightened up th. .hopes au.clc max ten.I .01-..ri.it. i i.elongs to her. I .doom at times. The lesson oi this gam. blameinthc 1.1 1.11 i... IL.I... HKAV'S I that one is at a loss where to begin. "Wasll. j Spokane Falls had a large mining! -------------jcounlry tributary to it. So has Cent ralia. Fall- had a splendid v.aier And Delivered to Any Part of the City. ubbard Hoyle, The Reward of Courage. trade thai naturally Mn.plv i--r lack of a bridge across the is that Ceutralia must do some bard _ i StookniiH buck, many farincv, went to practice work before contesting the am- j would to Centralia ateur championship whh anything like j Mr 'o-o and who preferred to come success. j on I-an.- We and our Neighbors. a New Store in Railroad- Addition, every endeavo- to make Cheney, and lh.u 1K, declared that the vest "1 the eonnt-y had Orondo has a new paper, the not "spokane Falls, the city. Spokane ,R, (Vntralia, on which d-neles- for Cenlralia than tor any Smith is editor. j Falls ..nc corner of ihc conmy. ;o con- stction. and s.ud n was largely The Paciticyards at Taconm, Falls was oll'al ..ne eoriu-rof ihc conmy. j But in spite of all the people came f01. 1R. who becntis The Northern racilicyaiils at Taronm. cover I'.Vi acres in of the people came tol. 1R. those wlv becntisc Comraha Had acres. I _____ to Spokane Falls and made il a city. f ,--i'rned ihcir Mr. had e.ot for it. Thorc were ihrce Tho river valley-: Interest allowed on Time j surpassing Cheney in a very short time. county M Ige' clo.c ;ho Hr, Loans made on Approved Secunty. :ln like manner. Chcm.hs. the county liu. he man Tho arc tho em-i Special attention given to col- seat this County. lo a jinvn h the county h.-.d negicc.c... in. i Kxrhaiige issued on every it people at the south cud were lavoi-able 1 I; ilroccrics. Tobacco. Cigars. Crockery. ti.wls free of charge to Anv Fart cf ihe City. purl of the United Slates. ago, had a much population than Centraliu, which was a i village oil" in one corner ol lhe county, nd were favorabl very much, tjninu in a w.vs f-'oiilh Tower Avoiniw, CKNTKAMA, AVASMIN'CTON. --i village oirin one corner of he county, ,v, 7o ,-e'its a bridL-e acr-ss the very much, t.ii.nn in a wivstnng nou, a, iln a few months Ccniralia has pa-ed ln., ,u. ..oinpell...! lo out- To boll, they wor.M join with its. Morrison, of the Chchahs IVc. 'Chchalis, county seat and nil. and now per day in order io ,.m Mr. mentioned that the Wash- a one-half intercsl lo ,1. j largelv exceeds the connty seal in popn- he had l.iith in l.an.l t'otnp.iuy !ia 1 oilere-1 io put llatiou. 'i'vnt-ili-t aud kept r.-lr. ,m with bridge (or STtW- The read and' Miko sighold bas been bonml over at i In the struggle siiiuvmacy. neither the lep- s-.-id miii-l separate mailer. Sp'kanc Fails for the murder oi Tom these two ,'iiies has had any aid the pciit-oii f-r the road had already two years ago. i from the outside. Poll, have depended been acle I and Vlewcrsappo.ntcd. Afm, ('hariion, upon their natural a.hanlage-. and grit live ihn.ugh haoi time.-. Hie damage l-'r rig.il ol way wetv net fays that the and push have enabled ihe ol iron, them, are loo great, ll-.e road w.-uld ccuamlx I.e norlhwesi is gtxater this (iKNKKAi. STORK O.N EAS.T STUEF.T, SOUTH OF DEPOT'. Ziiiniiier "Koote, PK.U.KUS IN i'aints, Bruslios. AUTISTIC P.U'F.K H each to win. Tho Fioait to the Harbor. DKAI.KKM IN ru--h to the norlhwesi is gixater tin.- ef Mr. Vice son than ever before. IV-idoui w ho was the c'nair, lien, lioit'. oi Wc.-l.'rn Virginia Con-, j Bmrows. oi Michigan: Cco.j Eyo I, On Us. w. ]-.s IW.-ev, of Nebrasi-.a. are taking, More than a year ago parlies reprc- .an.. Ihc lauc coal lields Iving easl el There is ccrlaiu to be a great immigra-' ol .he maitcr m .he bridge before Ihe the groa nonhwe-, tVnlndia made a careful the board ei Minse, ox, who Ma .U ,11, oftirav'Kll-irborforthc piiri-e of find- Washington thv season, and no town is i A to appoint a conomtVe to people o, Uos >unset land than. 'l -him.inL' 1.0 nl for their mole allennon ihan Cenlralia. solicit fends in (V'traliu wa< any IVn.oerat in the business, was given Wo -iUiwarc, and are prepared to do Tinning, 1 pi I ,1 .1- :il herci'reu-- io be ready for 1 by several on the ground that il was piv .animation at Olympia ami Tacoma, and tlasiittmg, Ktc. coal, they on lie p nialnre, and Ihat the commissioners1 Martin aduiils that he killed I ir.ll it at j HARDWARE, Stoves, apd (Joods. Cltv Property, also Acre aild inlerc.lcd in Ih'c'now, and in there wili tVntralia would liberally to i i.i .i i %f tii.i niiiii.1 Five Acre Tracts near City. 1'ij the- Section- or Quarter Section. AlHolocntcn (Invvrnnu'iit ClnlniK and ChelinlisConnllcH. llOt'KKii ANtl LOW KOM M.M.KOtl HUNT. (Irny's llnrlmr Ixits tor Vlnls wmly t.n Insnrmiro written In llvi- ol.l, nilii-oln ll.lt. luM.lillim. -lAI'KM.M fields, railroad company j be some lef, on. of nide.s ,he proposed brio.e the connly would were kccp.ng 1 t IN filed arlicles of incorporation, wl, b pie to supply lhe de.nand nndenakc cs, one n, n ,In. Marshall, of Minnesota, as for ,nch They be built a, a Mr. K.vs declared Ihc mol.on lost lo co, and one m Spoknne 1 alls Miirtin real name he claims is Ihivid Touer Av. on. of St, WASH. president, and Charlcmanne Tower, of; much smaller cost now than hcrcafi-.'r. IJosworfh, jvcry, Fed, Sale and Ikif 'hihidcll'hia, as one o the directors, for There arc plenty ol people in an .voe, n....- ,1 pur, ,e f building and operating a who arc L.oUing for a loca- board lisicucd io Mr. W. T. IVunci, ,hc on hi, person when .trrestcd........ 1 i..... i.....................i .1 (iihn.. ...eelini'. ales its urclcroluT. Allertl s nrole maime, i. roper cs ima cs ie o. 'f a. the a New Vorl: d, now atn.rth.nd was mail a Inl.uc ling. Ave. and Pino Strict, OE1   

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