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Centralia Weekly Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 7, 1910, Centralia, Washington Chronicle ______________ No. 5 CENTBALIA, WABHINOTON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1910 OLTMPIA. Dec. report of State Auditor C. "W. Clausen, in pro- cess publication, will show that of the 1809 deficiency appro- priation for bounties on wlld_ animals went to reimburse the auditor or Le'.ris county for bounties paid, cC the 1909 regular appropriation for bounties he receiv- ed Jl.SiiS. The report will further show that October 1, 1908, and Sept- ember 3u, 1910, the state paid cost bills on convictions of felonies in Lewls_county totaling- ?79o.GO. I IP III] DEL OLYMPIA, Dec. Four contracts for stitr aid road work have been Jet in Lewis conuty since 1907, ac- cordinv to a bulletin Issued by High- way ronimissioner H. I. Uowlby, One. 'vjih the county commissioners, for grading .19 mile of the Cowlitz Olympia road was completed In July 90S, ut a cost of Another with the county commissioners, for .34 m'ld of oiled macadam on this Boniface Ingalls has just opened up New City "hotel" and is doing a -..shins business. The new place was crowded first night Thirteou was the unlucky number of guest? he entertained. The next jlght iiubiness Slumped. There were only live guests. Saturday and Sun- day there were eight each. The new city jail is man-tight axid no escapes, such as that of Alex Stewart will be possible. It is built of conc.ete and steel and has a ward tot women, four single and a "bull vcu." Beside fie office room, mere is room for the judge whe-e tne prisoners will be tried. The only prisoner ot note'was a r hired Green of Walvillo who i.rrested raid held until he could laker, to Cbehalis. He was ar- VbS'ed for making threats and was bound over under br.nd of in wlir to keep the peace. One thing overlooked in the new jail is a door frolwewi the police office and the col's. An iron gate Is the 01 di- vision between the office and cells made handed them to her. EatiBfied look and for the door. "What's liifiv" asiced the contest man the last ten years has 2S.S5 ft" cent in cost, and wages 2.S ,ier cent. At the Eastern Washing- ton hospital for the insane, sustan- r.nce increased 22.95 per cent. and r. 15 per cent. Figures rela- tive to the contract cost of staples will show that In the past year beef '.ias at'Mincod 41.S per cent, mutton pe- cent, lard 44 per cent, flour pei- cent; evaporated apples 23.2 ,er cent and butter 19 per cent. ihe de'egates. hurried the coriier of her eye and smiled. "Why shouldn't I she said, i "1 am soing after the first grand prize '.he contest, and if I don't hurry, somfone- is going" to beat me to it just s-iw a new-comer in town and am gf to nail him. Of course h Bldg., Centralia, and will be on dis- play in a short time. (.aadldate getting the neatest number of votes under the winners of ir-e Giand Prizes will be given their choice o fthe district prizes. THE DISTRICT PRIZES: Business Scholarships purchased from Jackson's Modern Busmen College, Centralia. One ;n each district. Four Diamond Rings, pur- chased 11 A. A. Woeliel Co. of Cen- '.ral'a aod Burnett Bros, of Chehalis. road wi< in October, 1908. at a CDJt of A third, with the cnuf.ty commissioners, for grad- ing .34 mile of the Wlnlock-Cowlitz i-oad, was completed In October 100S, was completed at a cost of 327. 13, while the fourth had to do vlth mile of oiled macadam on (lie Co.viitz-Olympitt road, and was made tho Bnrnett Construction Co.. and completed In 1DIO, cost being f The excessive cost. In this instance Is ssld to be ilr.c; to tho largo amount of rfuir.bo ppcotsntcdcd in the cuts, an.! tho necessity for layinK porous plln gMtio'.imlcd with broUnn F.tono to haen granting to men the right to vote. As yet no woman has been Ceritnilia Dec 5. An Important meeting of the Cen- tMlia Comeinrcial club -will be held tomorrow evening at the club rooms. What will be virtually the election of nOlcers for the coming year will take ilace !n the appointing of a commit- tre for the nomination of officers. j Bittle Wells, of the publi- c-ty department of the Union Pacific, -..-'.1 be present and have something to will add to the general in- in each district. Four S40.00 Solid Gold "Watches ..-ogtonailhim. Or course ne of Burnett Bros, of Che- Chronicle, and I am going nails A. .A.- Woeliel Co of Cen- ,o get tbe votes." She got them. tralla. One in each district. Every candidate in the-contest has the opportunity, if they will on- lv roal'.a up their minds to take ad- -.anf.ags of the great opportunity. ,'t start to hurry the last week of the contest. DO IT NOW. votes were cast today in ine grert Chronicle contest, than on any otLer day since the opening of ttie struggle. The candidates are just to realize the magni- tude of this greatest of oportunities are not taking no for an answer, orv being stood off with promises of instance later. Remember a sub- sc iptlcn in the band Is worth any numbc" in the bush, for it is only those in the hand'that count for votes. Be an early bird and get the rotes now -while the field is unwork- ed, for it will be harder later. Get your friends to plug for you. An organijed started now will prove a fight machine with -which ycu will be able to poll thousands o votes, a7-.d it is the votes which will decide ihe winner -when the great comes to a close on February -ah. Organize and start today i Doi.'t waste time worrying abou less than oilier candidates. They h-.ve trou- twenty-fouYho irs by a birth, occur- j to trying to frighten you off the I c.ent, tvo and one-half years old, died j at o'clock.1 i Tho m" was acute tuber- i This morning wr-- born to Mr. and Von- are he-.x. tney TIIK I'lAXOP and i be seen AgiiRS yeenwood Dei tin Sevens Li i'-i'i Carney i Mills --.'ovuian Kawson are on display j MJJ-.I KerstetiOi- bel atson ViVo'iiny PcU'r t.om underwent is 'iniiKiiul and ileiioate i.i m oi- bis right, eye. Several ico be injured tbe eye wilh a ni'nei-5 pick, so that the vision was jlr.-.ost cntircJy lost. After quite a j vvpr? cr.J protracted lunamation. 1 tho oycbnll honied with on-j i As soon as tbo eye i So lie less painful be spent his hi'ino, but reported a few [IDC f iho hcild which t'jiis afternoon at residence. The onciatecl. Inter- in Washington Lawn cem- -ir in It can AT i'K r.ix Oualra'ia Doo 5. AbuaS ovenir.g Cen- .aliu w.'.s disturbed by a ncll of lire in and has a bea.itif-.il tone. be seen at Ald.-idge's store at any time. Tho nvo IIo--vard pianos are in jieautifal solid PSA and mahogany L.ISCS. Ihese also have a tone sec- oiici to none. The retail values of are and ?.u-Ts-ebler In Meyers I'ayette 1970 1650 1420 1200 1210 1000 1000 1000. 2920 ISOfl 174ft. lisa G020 1230 1540 1100 4270 Dlscoe Lo-iisa Palmer Louisa Fetry WASHINGTON, Dec. ixclaimed Senator Tillman to- ropoatlng an Inquiry. 'I shall not retU-o until they bury mo; I have no 'dca of nulling tlie-fiame." The Fouth Carolina Senator, who arrived hero today, was in his com- mittee room at tho capitol, and ap- peared vo bo as vigorous as ho was beirro he was stricken! by severe 111- dm Ing the last session of Con- grtss. Mr. Vlllmnn expects to remain her; four or llvo days only, how- ovor. He will return to his homo next week, but counts on coming back 10 Vi'a.'ihinslon early In Janu- ary, when ho says the real Inisinosa of tho session will'begin. Ho said today that ho folt In good condition for wo'-it, hut that, ho would not ap- ply himself so assiduously ns former- ly. M.'R. Tillimm was by hi a side, nil'! Rlvi cmpl'.nslMa tho last nvmirU by ilodnrlnK r.bo. would keep him ns iliiic! IIP pof.siblo. Rcnntiu- Tillman attributes ro- to health to tho fact that HlnSo ho (xot out oC boil ho bns been -Klv'tiB nmllvlilovt attention to the liullv.'inK ot blK'barn on liln (lor. for furthnr examination, as illuj oNc.tement. van liiffb as tlie big' ll.o was befomlng irritated i ;1l9 ijo-tes were rushed up Tower i j this time the cloudiness j Avo Hie eorner of Sixth and B] i siil'iplflod so that the interior of sirePt v. bcre they found a little Same', 10 eye-ball could bo more plainly (li fjro si'.ooting out of a small wood on, it was dlscnveroil that j some vacant property. Tlie two eye lashes were floating In the v.as furnished up as a den. humor. Tbo mioval of j _ THARORPy liisbes was naturally t'ai object j There was a stove, some dime novels Dec are and KVt st noon today j J5 pn display at Mrs. A. j for Pe to investigate a case of j Bvrton's show rooms. Room 1. i Xe'lie, .Newell and bring the remains and the other at the! The details of the death i office. j r-re and several connicting; The piano is as j were told over the wire in re-1 good ;i, everj. vvay as the 5400 How-, I 'iic i ...r.-l Tt is iii '.'lain colonial style 1130 i.i the operation; anil while vision can noL be restored, the eye-ball will now hove a good chance to make a or.niple'e recovery, provided the op- eration on an already irritated eye is not followed by a too severe reaction. and cigarettes lying around on the tloor. 'iho place was evidently the rofiiRO some youthful "Kick Cart- ers." who. bavins bad a chat and smoke, left a fire In the stovo while ;.hey "'-nit to their suppers, and not ing anyone to watch it, little i ;m or Tbo i. snado ?350 Hamilton piano. Oorotby liirstiiiger i Tho candiduto roeolvlng tbe most Ksi-it> '-Villard vi'--.e.. 'n Iho remaining three districts I'turl bi a beautiful Howard i UeHr 1 p..n-o i ilie' Viphest candUlato in the ro- i llu. i ui .l-iiii-.- iKsivii'ts will be given M'irli- ?400 J JJiihe also Viil- 1100 1200 to no mo 1100 nut a 1..V.U or; ;ho roni'.tlanoe by pni 11 cnn retni-a IVi receipt with tro'lny c-ira, now fanRle.l anlomohllo boms n-aii other rtlsturhera oC tho cltj'n qulot. t., or In p money or-1 Tbe a cure- A. t.il not. to pcptunto tbo two receipts, n' ibo Mid savo much -time. mj.nufo i.e will award tho i 'were "nrcbnsed from company, piano s, Room 1, Zlnuuor M-.s. RobU'3 Mrs. IM H.iyraer.il v'.r'.r Towser Illaneho Itowoll C 10. Corwtu Co'.i S'.hultx 1200 I I Oil 1 IfiO 'lonrt U'OO Continued on 1'aga Four
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