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   Centralia News-Examiner, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1905, Centralia, Washington                             CENTRALIA NEWS AND The is the time of tfije year to your COMMISSIONERS RECONSIDER APPRCPRW- TION OF FUNDS. Appropriated by Corny Commlssisaers to Make an Exhibit fop Lewis Coanty at the Portland Fair. Tlie Board of County Commissioners of Lewis County Wash., met in ad- session on April :i, 1905, all- members being present. It is ordered by the board that the Treasurer cancel the tax on the im- provements for the year 1904 oil lot 3 in block 4 and lot 3 in blk 5, Rock St. Addition to Centralia, Wash., on ac- count of an error in assessment. The treasurer is further ordered by the board to accept the tax for the year and con- the evfdence for the said road, and board having at that time reserved their deepen on account of THE ELECTRIC ROAD. some irregularity in such fcme COTrected> the appeari be ------7 iu ttjKPwiriJacp ro the board that said papers and all other papers in connection with the establish medtof said proposed road are now that ,s by law required, and that the proposed road is a public necessity-it i8 hereby prdered.that.said road be hereby established' are approved- p r'' aidlsW. Of Pe Ell, Justice of the Peace; ton, Glen O Roum Jones, G. E. Garrett, yan and Adam Worrit, snper-visora; -f.'-Jff 3tfyers-- TO MAKE CE.TRAU 4 TEft- POINT. lands would be tapped. While taere was a good attendance of members present, it was not deemed sable to either endorse or condemn proposed road on behalf of the city. Jt was therefore agreed to call a mass meeting pf citizens for Wednesday eren- ag, the president of the club with Messrs. HOBS, Foote and Miller to con- committee to secure a large representative attendance. THE CITY COUNCIL INTERESTING MEETING HELD EVENING. ON TUESDAY and whatever other garden tools yon have been for- tunale enough to winter over. We realize that it is for- is the little things that are the hardest to have on hand in good shape in the spring1. -For is it not eas- ier for a farmer to winter a stone than a calf? We are pleased to say that you will find all the tools that are needed in good shape at our store- KIAWK iui me vtsar 1904 on lot It sec. G tp, 11 N. P. 1 is at valuation of instead of as equalized on improTements on account j of an error iji figures. The application of C. A. Burnham of Wash., for a liquor license is approved and the auditor in ordered by the board to issue said license when ttie bond said C. A. Burnham has been properly filed with the auditor and an-, by the prosecuting attorney. I In the matter of the county road I lor by C. N. Mclntire and1 -ourniHiffl. of Napavine, liquor license. The following biUsare allowed on the County Institute John G. W. Taylor flO, J E Lease fO 80 The farmers of the Big Bottom Must Have Outlet-Tile Portland-Tacoma Elec- tric Road Again. [Survey Road Between Portlart and Soand. I'" will be pnt in the field by a rW ilitereBtin-gtoeelingnewindePendent railroad company just of the Cpmwerciaj Chib was held in tt8 8S men Efforts to Ere Maile to Clean Up the The News-Examiner Gets the City Printing. presided., 8 of Mr. men familiar with the at the city J Iemtory be found to locate a line .jln.the absence and Pugefc Sound .S. C. j Instructions have been received O-. P. from'he financiers backing the project Mr' F S I hv Q .._ Portland man who will tt enhe immediately. AVhile the plans E. E. Bennett The following bills are allowed of'the Current Expense fund; E. J. Henderson Stiltner Ed Cooper Henry Handle Ernest C. Bechley -M Same Henry Shields, Harms Lawrence Elmer Ingalls Marion COT Harrv Henry 05 same t f Mr. Drummond. After the the immediately. AVhile the plans and approval of the minutes of shrouded in mystery, it is bel eved ID8r HarlaD' hC SnrVey8 are mad Chas Oilchrist, I'rus. K. T. JlcNitt V Prse C. S. Gilchriat, Cashier- State Bank of Centralia This bank does a UKNEKAL RAWK- ING- IBUbiMESB, and solicits ac- counts of Individuals, Firms and Corporations. A.l collections remitted for on day of payment, Interest paid on time deposits. Protected by a Hibbard-Eodman-Elv safe. hearing "be had on the report of the surveys of said read on the 3rd day of May, l.'JOS, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. A Irirge part of the forenoon aud the grer.ter-part of the afternoon was taken up m hearing the arguments of different people in regard to some of the roads throughout the county and in listeninc' 10 a delegation regarding an appropria! tion for the Lewis and Claris Exposition. TUESDAY. AWJIL 4. This being the time set for the Iiear- mg on the report of the surveyor in the matter of the petition of J. f. Parker and others for tlie establishment of. a county road, the board having examia- ed-said report and having heard and considered all the evidence it, favor of said road, and being convinced thaA proposed road is a public necessity, same is hereby-established. This being the first Tuesday. fo _ the day set by law.for the Co missioners, County road Supervisors to cussion of needed ,roud for the coming year Robert White Child James Car, that uc luttuw jor me sras requested to line to Puget Sound, the old members of the club further on which surveys- were completed arding bis. .publication.. Air. naving passed completely out of tlie con- explained that the Golden West of tfae Union Pacific be-puplished during the Lewis W90-91 the TJuion Pacific complet- larfc I between Portland Pand Seat'le, building ..grades _Mayor Galvip and all the council men, with the exception of Frank A. Martin were presest at the regular of the city council last Thursday evening. The meeting was a very quiet one, al- though a number of iuterestingqnestions came up for discussion. The Centralia firemen were allowed t iuo JjBWlS I ana Clark fair and would contain surveys statistics and write-ups of the principal I Tacoma and counties. T r acat-ie DUHdmc grades of Lewis, Ciark and -Pacific between Vancouver and Kalama 'oVthe He expected to print Washington side of the Columbia copies of his publication, and he intend- 60. miles north of Kalama ed to ciroulate them on the fair grounds When Union-Pacific went into the' well aa on all hraine 'kr.Af.n ____ i nf a onAn.; ____ ;__ owe for the past quarter the city clerk was instructed to draw a warrant on the current expense fund for that amount. The clerk was authorized to draw a warrant in favor of EJ. Kelson for freight and drayage of the castings for the light plant that were broken several weeks ago. The amount of the bill was The attention of the council -jmat, .-Albert Pearsrll Oal Carson Harry Peareall w H Myers Cal Carson -Marion Harlon J H Outturn Mrs.- E A Robinson. C A Ywung Drag Co. 25 S3Zwe Franfe McNJght Urcmhart 25, 3 Y Ctoff- man W Kennecott .M D. vJ ?U S C White 40, Gtattd Cbriatian J7, R 3 Foster 16 60, W M Christian S -C White the discussion of pertaining to su 10, Nor- certain rights-of-way and terminal ris Safe Lock Co JEurika .Adding privileges should the road pass through -----e oy Ule -Machine Co Bashong .Co 55c, J.that town." prosecuting Attorney. W Vaughn Hammond; vg- Stephens." the line shoulcTpass through Toledo rh ?-r Tg Under uonsMeratio L G Allis the connection would he made with the "ie patition and bond of n H Frekerick of Charles G DENNIS The PAINTER. the rear of the cny mail Duncans, lie is now prepared to commodate the public. a large force of first class painters and oa- hangers. Estimates given o a specifications Sigfi Fork personally attended to. Phone 223 i the petition and bond Ingals and othera for meat of a county road, the board find mg that said petition contaiua all tha is required by law and that the bond i sufficient, it is .ordered by the board that saul petition and bond be approved and Bled With the county .surveyor and hat said surveyor is hereby instrncted [Q ni JI ome in. Without exception evervone _ C'Lty park and were rapidly destroy n Centratia wants to see the Associa- ion a success, but the committee finds a little difficult to get the actual -cash is absolutely necessary to make ie improvements. The question of making a baseball dj- mondin the grounds came before the ssociation on Monday evening. A del- gation of High School boys was present t the meeting and agreed to put the di- mond in.good condition provided the sspciation permitted them the use of _v.v.v.vu tm. ititiui me use of the grounds for four or five games with- out costy A committee was appointed from the Association to confer with the School boys and members First team of Centralia as to the location of the grounds. of the proper report I board. In the -hU f-----road findings to this n 190o said road i Ihe petitio i and bond of W JS Walter and o'he.s for the location establishment of a county road brought the for B All the latest Wall Paper. The largest assortment ever IPaints Varnishes We are doing an immensebneinaas in onr new Paints and Varnishes. JThev give universal satisfaction and the cost is beneath thatof inferior articles The Old Aziees Paint tJpper Tower Avenue and luspsct our goods will be "tnmtad l buy op e, proval and alter due consideration, it and that that is required by tt wr that said petition and bjnd be approved and the surveyor ,s hereby .nstracted to make a survey of the proposed road and -report his findings to the board THtfRSDAI, APBtt 6.: Frekerick Ho well Chehaiis Northern Pacific system at either Kels Bee Nugget 50., or Castle-Kdck. would giv The bill of the Smith Premier Type- the farmers an outlet on tide water an writer Co for was feje.cted.l- Said: an outlet by rail. "The; second rou was fora new machine which was re- turned to. the -company ['proposed would join-the main line the Northern wit Tha appLcation of J retail hquor hcense Aaaman for fife in connection _ ace-a w board having under consideration a terminus'at either'Chehalis or Centra the petition of Jo.hn'B.'Cofe- and others l.i'a. for the location and The third proposed route would pas sounty road being of-tlie 6piiiiour that' through the Salzer -VTalley.and com the proposed road is not advisable on "direct to Centralia Ghehalis had pro account of the cost, rvhich would be too I nnsed a liberal subscription in case tha ;reat for the benefit denved, it is there- town should be selected as a terminus ore ordered, all members I but the amount was not stated The r, T MIB that the said petition be and jff hereby [capital stock of as the require- JjUmber Co of Globe. was elect- rejected Uents would demaad, would, Mr M.8 natlo.Qal d-degate to the National The bearing of the report of the sur- Wardell stated, place the road lu readi 'eyor ID the matter of tlie petition of J nesiffor the raifa and rolling stock, the j BaORh and others for the-vacatioa of intention being to bond the road for the i part of the Connelly road_commg be- of the line as soon aa the ore the board at tfris time, "on account surveying and the giading had been f the proposed vacation not being -pro- Lcoinpleted and the ties placed in posi- perly described in the notices it is order- 1 tion ed by the board that -skid heanrig be ,Mr R B Haakell, secretaiy of the nd is hereby postponed irntil the ith. day of May, 190ojat the Jwar of 2 o'- clock p m _ In the matter of application of J_ H AoBjaaafor a retail liquor license, approved by the board yesterday the auditor is raetracted tolssee-aaidJicense Tipon-the-bond for same being approved oy the prosecuting attorney. _ FJttDAY, AEBO. 7 It is ordered the Itoard that the board that the treaaoretcollecfe the tai Personal propeMy of Ibe "Globe company, Mr Carl Bezem- er, Mr. Greear and Mr. Geissler all spoke in favor _ot the road, and Mr Tilley'atid Mr Hoss gave some interest- ing, facts regarding tbe Big Bottom Country. The most interesting talks were those given b> JHr. Bezemer and MrT Graear. Uiese.gentlemen ace both 'tlfe 3'g BSttom couut.ry and know whereof they, described vividly the conditions that prevail ainpng the from tbe civUizuig infl aencea of .railroad com- munication "witfi the- centers pr coin- jio inducement, they costing .The Southwestern Washington iomber Manu- facturers Meet In Centralia. The South western. Washington Lum- ber Manufacturers met in Centralia on Thursday afternoon. About twenty members were present and the after-, nooii" was spent discussing the- lumber The meeting decided that the demand for lumber was not great enough to justify a raise in prices the present tune W C Miles, of tlie lUnibermen's convention .that is to be iald in -Chicago next month. 'Mr. Jrown, formerly of Bros, of Sapavme, was appointed mem- >ersfor 'the Association among the mailer mills of ibis part of the state PayetteS Beonesy. JFrank Payette and T Honuesy have pened-a bicycle repair shop two doors ,orth of the 3They are prepared -to do office kinds of -and general repairing Mr. 'ayetteTiaa been working in C. F ndrew'jmhop thejpasttwo years 'and rfacqairea ranch valuable experience. Er-Hennesy w a good mechanic and doubtless get their ahare of. he repairing btniaess. Hakes A Clean 9weap There's oothing 4 Sir -.f feorooghly. Of all the yqn ever ing the plants and shrubs which tlie ladies of tlie Floral club had taken the pains to set out. The city marshal was instructed to see what could be'do-ieto prevent any further damage bein-; donu. The council nppointe-1 Henry as health officer, to have charge of a movement to clean up the streets and alleys throughout the city. He is to work in conjunction with the ladies of the Floral club, who have shown a strong disposition to assist in the mat- ter. Mr. Shields' present salarv us health officer is only per year: This was considered such a small amount that the council allowed him per day for a reasonable length of time to give the city an overhauling. Manager Van Eonk, of the EihS-on Thevtre, asked the council for the loan of some second-hand wire in the posses- sion of the city to be used by the Edi- son at Littell for a night or two. The council agreed to grant Mr. Van Ronk's request provided he would make a de- posit with the city clerk of lOc. per pound for the wire, this amount to be refunded to him when the wire was re' turned. The bond of-the city attorney was ap- proved bytbe council, JV-petition was read from residents in the southwest part ofcthe city for the vacation of a part of Water st'reet from the intersection of Locust street west lo Alder street. The petition was referred to the street committee. City Treasurer Stahl presented his re- port for the past quarter and tbe same was referred to the finance committee. The city cierk read a list of the consumers who were delinquent their light rent. The uity electrician was in- structed to call sipon these people, but not to, exact any fine-from them this month.op account of the "recent change of the place of payment riot bsin; gen- erally understood. The council awarded the city printing to THE NEWS-EXAMINER for 'the ensuing year, tbe bid of that papar being: tbe only one filed pity .Electrician Canon filed his reeig- nation to take, place on the 15tb, or as eoan thereafter was epi.venie.nt; to tbe Backlea's s Hits A Trietl and True Freiadl. JnaMinnteConglLCnre contains not an and >een; CoME, Croup and WJooping longlhat it has. pro- to be a trfed and true friend to; ho many vyb'6 nse it. Sold by 'Hagkett VwiflWf   

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