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   Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - September 5, 1889, Centralia, Washington                             VOL. 1. THE CHKHAM3 CONVENTION. CBNTMLIA, LEWIS COUNTY, WASHINGTON, SEPTEMBER Harmony Helens, and the Ticket the Oflfturing vf Harinuny. Mr. N. B. Coffnian, of Chehalis, was selected an both temporary and jwrma- nent chairman. In taking the chair, he counseled harmony, and said that re- publicans always yield to the majority. His .advice was: Bland by the party, even if your candidate gets left. M. F. Lewie, of tti-iporary secretary. The following committee on creden- tials was appointed: E. B. Moore, Cen- tralia; .Thomae Buchanan, Boisfort; A. B. Balch, Claqnato; C. W. Maynard, Chchalis; G. W, Denny, Toledo. A committee on permanent organiza- tion and order qf busiiieBa was appoint- ed, as follows: J. M. Welty, G. S. Kice, W. T. Byham. Committee on platform: 0. H. Joy, W. A. Eeynolde, Wm. VanWort. T. B. Mitchell, W. F. Pattieon. Thc committefton credentials the following delegates: Lawrence, N. B. .Coff- man, W. A. Reynolds, J. J. E., done. Mr. Cameron made a happy speech of acknowledgment, and thanked the convention for the honor, which was to him really unexpected. Two ballots were taken for delegates to the state convention at Walla Walla, and the following were chosen: Delegates to State H. Long, C. W. Maynard. F. B. CoDiimn, James Urqhart, Gco. S. Rice, E. P. Me- 8. C. Herreu offered a resolution in- structing the delegates for. E. P. Ferry for governor. The matter of instructing waa opposed by many, but the following substitute to Herreu's resolution, offcrejl by lion, J. II. Long, was unanimously adopted: Itcsolvcd, Ily the Republicans of Lewis county j in convention assembled; tlmt we nre in favor of the nomination of ex-Govcruor E. Ferry for Governor of onr new That we recognize in him greftt ability, exper- cnce, and a firm determination of duty in things required to make a good governor; Therefore we ask our delegation at Walla Wulla to UEC their best efforts to secure his nom- ination. The republican county central coin- by springs, which in dryest times never go dry. This island is about seven miles wide and nine milei long. It is very irregular in ehapc, and in some places rough in formation, rocky ridges traversing it in different directions. These ridges, which are unsuitable for cultivation, comprise about one-third of the area outside of the reservation. The soil on the fir ridges is a gravelly loam. The alder and cedar bottoms nre very the soil being composed mostly of a black vegetable mold, with a strong subsoil. The fir ridges and alder and cedar bottoms are about equal in extent. In addition there are'many fresh water marshes composed of black muck. The soil is very produc- tive. To secure the best results, more or less drainage is necessary according to location. CENTRALIA BOOK NEWS CO.- ----------DEALERS Dl---------- Books, Newspapers, Stationery, novelties, Etc. Subscriptions taken for any paper in the United States Canada at publishers' prices. Agents in Centralia tor the Morning Oregonian, Tacoma Globe, Seattle PoeUntelligencer and San Francisco Examiner. BUY A LOT in the Welly, Win. Urquhart, C. W. inittce was then elected, ae follows; H. Joy, T. T. Bucliaiiau, Alison BnHingninc by Ar F. Tiiylor, proxy, and Frank Taylor. II. Brown, A. B. Bnlch, R. T. Reynolds, Win. Hazzard. W. Wm. Wheitldon.by Chas. E.B. Moore, A. L 'AikiiiB, G. S. Kice, W. F. Pattison and W. T. Binkley. Radon Evans, John Larter. B. Mitchell, P. A. Robert- eon by iSamnel proxy, and I'eter Hanson r F. Cm-tie, Jas. T. Work- man by Curtis, and G. W. Denney. Salmon W. Kcrrier, E. F. Carpenter and W. U. by Ferrier. G. Ta'.bot, Channoey E. WilcGX by VanWorl, and Win. K. Welty chairman. Joy. N. Ashmore. S. Kicc secretary.' Lincoln Morris. Martin. St. Clair. Van Wort. C. JIayfield. Big L. Randlc. J. Byham. Little S. Ferrier. Salmon F. Carpenter. Lavtcr. Hanson. Kcady. W. Denny. I'o The nominees ot the convention arc as follows: Long, Chchalis. Charles The InitltnU. Territorial Superintendent Morgan, of Ellcnsburg, woe present at the teachers' institute at Chehalis last week. Among tbe teachers of the county who were present were J. T. Forrest, Chehalis; A. B. Balch, Claquato; Hattie Berry, Ne- waukum; Katie Churchill, Centralia; G. I. Br.joks, Tildon; W. W. Ktrnodle, Che- halis i Charles W. Borst, Centralia; J; E. Lease, Centralia; Bertha Bennett, Cen- tralia; Eva Amsden, Chehalis; Mrs. Georgiana Newhouse, Ghehalis; U. E. Harmon, Chehalis; Elsie Gates, Claqua- to; Elmer Shields, Centralia; William Hazzard, Claqaato; Emma Stuart, Bu- coda; Mrs. Clara Ruddle, Napavine; Lucy Wilsoft, Chehalie; John Hedges, Ainslie; Olive Inninan, Napavine; C. T. Hall, Napavine; Clarence Seely, Napa viue; Kate Crawford, Boisfort; Misses Lulu and Bertha MbsBman. Chehalie; Grace Clinton; State Superintendent Morgan. Centralia Bank, CENTRALIA. WASH. BARNUM ROMANS, Contractors and Builders. Are able to put on a large force at any time on any job, and complete it on'short notice. Shop in rear of Agnew hotel. -JOB WORK PROMPTLY DONE.- Stock of Dry Goods John M. True, n breeder and corres- ixmdeut of the Breeders' Gazette, be- i lievcs iu fall colts. In a communication to that paper he says the fall colt at birth is less subject to general weakness and crookedness as well as the great The strong colt nourishes by the full flow of milk at this season oi thc year, with the dam in IMgd Sound Wind com-1 "udifion and free from the tout two to-.v.rinps of land, iu- so general m India-., which is at once takes a thrifty bv the tune winter sets in ore-fourth of entire condition to meet all neecesary separated the man. tanu bj {f> }eMas VanWort. Little W. McSinrphy, I'elor Centnilia; S. C. Herren, AVinlock. Hanson by McMitrphy, proxy', K. C. j County W. Cameron, Cen- nnd C. A. liurchr.nl by li-alin. proxy. x Flilaleu iHlllnd. Fitirct Hound. Big Bottom-J. T. Silver and J, T. IklcMaliou by Silver, proxy. Mossy Liuulcs, H. priM-s CUy Swigcrt. i chilling nn rcrtcrvBtinn, which is uelKcady, John Anderson, F. Brown. Pascal Morgan. F. M. S. C. llerreu, W. T. Byham, E. 1'. McClme. Wm. McCandless, T. and .las. VicVcry, two by proxy. j Ciuemes islund im Hit west, is nbonl half Lincoln F. MoHf, THcr'a milo wide, nnd naviaablc for the Brothers and Sm..l, ..float. KMalp, i, .epar- Morris, proxy. I from id by on the Not rcprcsente-1. Dereplion pass, whi, h deccn-es more C. F. Landcf, Clay Swigcrt J than passing notice. It is a deep, nar- j start oi lilc. and K. T. Davis. row gorge, seemingly rat through the The committee- on platform reported solid rock. Through this paseage the the following resolution i water rushes with a war that can some- .nths old, soon aiicr goes upon graso upon neariv equal footing with the nAa ,vhidl thc of six months lead in the be heard for miles, frequently riy, niul cuivcciiilly in ami Attaining n velocity of nine miles un hour. Mali, clwtlimn-olo fur iirlnelulm mid mil for Concerning Mr. J. R. Rowell, of this city, was one of the first to nrgiw that the of this section could mine fl3 tpxxl hops ns the Puyallup valley. We now bid fair to h-'is smotfh ami can be safely be as important u hrtp-producing nominees of this roiivonUon nnu ihc M.UO con- {traversed in cnnoos and fr'inoU boats; but sect ion as the valley above Commence- volition, untl jmt furth our Ltsl i1 Hurts for them n Inrja'1 jnnjority. Wo cuobrso the 8dm in Is tint ion of Hnrrifnn ami his ami lumt-st mllicronre to tho doctrine of IKHHC rulo in mcnts to oflke In tho territories. Wo ndvli-e tho of the constitution of (he Suite 
                            

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