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   Chehalis Bee, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1897, Chehalis, Washington                                Cbcb Be I ES1 ISTAB SHED 1884. FBlbT NATIONAL CIIMIAIilS, LEWIS niUNTY, WASH, FIIIDAY, MAY 21, 18117 W 0 T leiiip.'ran.'e umk, and tlu> U-n lit Animal braduiuinr Kxerolses Will li? of Friday June I-Si'hmil Notes. table, will H- OF CtlKMALlS. UimkluHouthwe tiiH fur bin KIIK in I'nit jm-m in, njn-ril house mi the fore )i.n( uf ihe Week. 'oSIY SVriUNAl, 11ANK !N 'I' Then-nr." On Saturday May COUNTY. jiiiiit-KiMdmiK-s. A Miiiill iidiiibsinn; Nndni'nMiakville w i.-iiui. MCI.' In- rimmed lo deliay I'liasi ,.f i Midi. JJII-IISH (II'H benliliflll MillVenir f ivn-. uiim-d alllii' ri'i-i I Binkiflg BUSII16SS TrifiSaCted. Unit will U. Irdeiuvofilim. J U. Umlrum. 'lurvi'v ofT'ii'iima tvnH ii N. COWMAN will cniiiiiin llni' lutlf low? n ii IHII> tiral In Ki'l the fr.'ih ail ai 01, lien. Ii.i4 w (or the MllllllllT. I'n'miiii niiidii i, ii the enmity hnit ,.t i vie II. I'liiiiiid fur t'l'iitralia limn. In Mrs. llovine Kiiiihnninh a pair ISiiiidai-m i  .-und.. 1 lh" -Mi. rei-vived ji'liuravilifl-' id tilt- leaclierp, uril'ili-: nf iln> limiher wbo iilinc clns-s und a'liiiini and the Jn-. killed in a i.nlm.ul i.-..... IHlll-S IllllIT fl'lllllll'S (hill iVilljSllS HIKKCTUKS !.HUFFMAN H. MII.I.I.TT Ml v.-1'.v hl.r I'laiUM' In r-t-lid In Inell.k Wiis in last Simdav. _______ i Wi't-k WO Miiill hlii-ll.-li lliik coin PAV 1XTKKBST OX TIMK I.EI-OMTS. Our mills ;m> in n liad Buymul KxeliiuiRr-. Unite Money lo nil m i ;l iini- r'-i-i-iv ttiis ideii-d. Tin. Kurojic. out (if town Hrraniils 1 1 iioji'i-i'i mi imiml. I eli-c'.ii.n will heh) June! X. hatv tnk. iii Him m-mims I L'' ('''lc A Ill.tJ-s Illwl ill..' (if till' cilijvns Mm mil. __ jiH.'lo ticele.'lrd mid the li.-en i-alh-d fur Tu...-dav nijiht. May h J. II. HUBEK, tsii lluo llni1 f.l xu'ulf: ninl Kiun- gniininlci-il ID nil. lilillli iiiilis. "Washington. t Iri-e liiii.ks nil! be   i M A. hANOUORNE, Attorney and CuonneUor at Law, CHEHAL18.WA8H Room 9, National BahTt Balldmg, i J T. COLEMAS' ruvSICIAX ANI> SUllGKON. %T Ortice In fomnnrrolnl Slate linnk Dloct. clai-s fur rc-iiiinein enn lit. Tlie distiict'will nci'il iibiitil .ril) 'ini'Mliiv Is nf haul wiiod ;nnl nirils.; M-s. il.l li. Ki-en sluiled fur Hnkri 1'i. fii for nexI and will adv.r- in rgrilaiidlliimviTk. for wiihin a few iiavs. js visiliii.. Thu new law requires killed by (he harbor train 'i'.ies- nf vniei> in all dny. wheto regislralion is .njmieil has cut Mr hnv._ llit! time tbe liini of however, and il Innks as ihnllL'li no c j ,U-HKS inini'H next WreK nli-riioimf diiector could 1( tfl hold in llim distruil an one is Taeumn TuuHd'ny Apentleman who Mr.   l.er.- u fe v ihiVK iig.i. T iijs-'nii dual nf wan Ihere wna no blnud It U thu earliest yoiir wiriho tin-, example sut by thn general iti Ihibil will vuiitilillu, "lulu uf hl.oyliiiH and no blood." Tho Indies uf tin; AlliirSoeiol.v hnvo decided to let unr fill up on htritw- uienceitieiit program anil the ilium ni Ininquet which will be (he inusioai numhtirs the orchestra made up of former Pcliutil juipiU as follows: Misses Jtnnie mid.. Eva Moss- innii vinlinn, Leston Kirk cliirimii-l. Albert iliitbritlge trombone, Miirli (Juick cornel, Miss Mtllel1. iii t'eutralfa .May Shelton and (jus Obermaii have yone to the Bitter Kixil muiintaiiiR, Idaho, Airs. Mooru luft for ilnntiiigtun Idaho, Tneisdiv s Matidu .IcrT.Tiey, it la year old i of A. Jeiriiries, living on liana- creek about fmir m.les from Uncoda died from injnr.es ivceifcil by thrown from u hoige. lant Kriday. liighwhool cotiimoniioiucnt will be next Friday the L'Sth. There uu 20 Srad uatus. Tho exeie.iscH will Ixj held in the opera lejuw. An excellent prDtrnrn IIUH been pi, -pared for the occa- sion Kvery seat will be reserved the admissio Lawyer-U. K. Harmon of Clielwlis! Ulked to the young folks at thu Chris- tian uliurcli Sunday night. Harry McCuimick has moved his crof.saini futtury toBucoda. Tom Priue bus gone to .Minnesota to boss a repair gang for the summer. Wednesday ullernoon of last tveeV I'orltr i'urk suffered a very bad briiiFe on one lej; by tbo of a dog chain at Butlurd's mill. Dr. J. II. Dumon liud business in Tortland Friday. K. 1'. Kiniihbury returned Sunday from a businefca trip to Portland. E. T.Tnlmadjjc will-have two rooms in the new Field k Lease utoue block fur mi- linekei titore, Virges" drug store will occupy the corner room. The building in to be completed by August 1. Lottie Arnold ia employed on the News. Mrs. Sliiidhnrn baa moved to Elma. Mrs. Bennet. mid daughter Mrs. terviurlb eauie down from Seattle last weuk. Toledti. TDI.KDO, May I noticed in East wei'k'n HKK an article reganling the finuncial condition of i hehalis anil why and how the city lx.-c.arne involved in debt; which is substantially the name, sinry in told by nearly every town in the enmity and for that matter in the state. Toledo it an exception to the cautiont and economi- rule; cal adminialration of its efHcient offletrs Ihe town been carried through the deiirensed times without incurring debt. Our streets, on (lie whole, are in about as good condition as of any oilier town. The condition of our strti'ts is due lo our dtiietis and we have not a but what is prouti lo say our town is even with the world and that our and r.'operty is kept in as good tondition as any in the county. Tlie St, Miduns lire (.'ream 1'arlor is what we bear spoken of on our streets now and especially hot days. Thcalwve .j. nirjt c f JulmUirrv is reported quilt- ill in Cali-i two of at bis mil north of ornia 'our emTRCtie ladies, Mary Laughran and T. hrncsoti axed 70 yearn. A niom has been built near tlie light i Their regular days for leave., two d.ngbters.ind tlncr, plant uii.niie fire engine is now liein" and Sundays. tu llw Mr. KniaHMi ud tbca- to piotei-t Ilie plant. Ibr W..I. Glover has a line new delivery l" kc'T '-'C all (lit .un Young, Ccn'lraliaV very RUL- j A feed nien-baut, expects to open a j w1lil1' learn (bill bn  biide uai lilnxtiiin; i I" 'In'li.tliH S.Uitid i, (o In. ir Hn. lii.lnlli mi'l ,lin' lihikrd b.ippy, may VIMI rti-r Im pn'.irli it. i b.iyi. d.in.f. I. A.tir.iyan.1 Her.., A ii.nni.rr ...ruim; li.'Hl Drvml Ih.'ir snn-in-l.iiv and Mi. and Mrs. II. KaUmi Siinday. Mr. Mid II. tiiay for llir Si. tli'li'iin HI.) n.' ivi-n- ili-i n-t.-iii-i.. 1'tili. viniloiK Saliird.iy. IVller .MutitL'i.r .....I -i-, ivhii i Irii U .-i Ihi been visiliiiK friends hen- returned lo 'lr've ronN nf (S I I'ntllinit M. rii-iri-, y..iir Miinli iniiUt onre n IIVH Mel- 1 d.iM.'r b 'ii' l'i id.u tv.i Wni. (iriflllb nuidu n fifing trip lo Tu- oiini (be ln-.il uf thu week. Nut a frown obscures tha of our brow when we think of thu pleas- ant bourn we have tho here, but wa do got etonully liri.'d of obliged lo reiiort them all and wo do obseeralo young fullowa who are. ngiokeTr but would like lx  qniUj profi- cient in made. Jeiwio Wyrnore Iitf vinitini; in J. K. Cruaki-tl in contemplating a ____ with her nephew K. (J. Urown of Bank 17 tp 12 1 e our Sunday ncliool dwilled on wlebrat d> fi Miiipliy. MICH DIU Wiiaiurtnr m.n atloiiili-il tin- etiitn linn (ItujbalU week. Kri'il Knelistii-AiioilltwIfitv WHA iiviir un IIIH l Sainnliiy hit fnnt tu Mr. lit K In I So ii, i .1 tip at liiMil waliir uf Klk uii-i-M. HHV. lluukvl! hoi. I K, clillreli Hiindat. k'iiK ill tlhi M: r (ho wiMtlior fur a fuw I'tlbllt! ovliuql i closwd thn Mlh. Tin; N. I'. bus IMJOII work- inn iifiir WlnlMk of II. II. fittlanil and H tliti MD. Orphan for tf 50 men 'Iw niill plant It away. mill ba, start, ,1 (llaiy of 1'atHrw wonty Kruii iwoupMlii arw ilebate on laid KriiUy'irtgrtit aV IKXIW Iwro tlw Mutty. and i that a penon can travel am) ubrienratiiii) 'lian liy from lloek Attinnativa and Bwaffurd llw C.T. Landed. devilled In favor (4 Keal Trtaafrrt, Tranafer real In Uwla eoMtr, for Uw -k Mdiiif May 1897 aa re port by llw AhalrMt and i.'o at C' Wa.li. Nat IrUb tod wf to Mary Kaln 10, bk U, Ikmalioe'a add Hut Hank to Capitol Nat. i, in the near future. Sunday tlie of lt-14-2w and ft lott In bk '5 Knmtnlt IngCbildrdiiH Day, June Kl, Megdnmw Same to loin ft lo bk 10 Into 5 Terry, Sullivan linrkley and j lortbn r.t UK bkft A8 ami 67 iind Mr. MdJIure are on tlm coininilico of j '4 and lulu 7 and it Kllibnry tAA I all m C'entrnlU ('.'A at his hoiin- oru: mil' north of Nat tu IrUli''.' loin in Iriuli UloU in Wwli 2nd add and If In lot Frank Avcrid and nf 10 L Irllh deparl (i was apparently in he nth until received f-ill which canned hU death. 1 bk i! add ti> eessful feed ineri-baiil, expects toopen aj- -u ai .-i ,i t, IIc i.MiiX! from Pnynllnp about two; T and w< to Al M and hax'nini-i: li -t-n at very in-' in sec IS 1.1 2iv aii.l liiiin. Hit K A ami wf to John ne eil rliildn-n li tti" of the C A l'.all.ird and wf to llurner fl.ili.ir.l Mill I'Unt in .robn liossaml 'P J.SULUVAX. jUran.l .Mound fclto-jl reports an cnro-1 wub-r I i. i 1' j men, of :1J for tb, look, davs pre- i "Ot -I, n- I'llvsiciAN AM) SUKOKON, MO, .lavs ab-oul o, cent of at- "in" Alexander will -Mrs. l-i i c. Firat Nnfi Bank B'dg lendanecJHi.5. i oubslantiats the I :lli oivn, lo Jx-iidm.-iu'M br-rt riiEHAi.is. WAHIIIXGTOV A. C. Knnis made a trip tu Aberdeen Scales and Mrs. lleu.'irb drnv.- ol il-itvn from eriM-k Tridii- LV..I airl v l tu If ------------i Munduv lo proi'iire s-lore bin tr 'K ri'l.ij jlbrro. and remaim-l until Ji( S A A- arrived homo rri-r J K I ,1 r.jflft. .a.; v- It, r.-mr.li DKNTAI, Sl-UGKOX. The new I ho .r-.-iu .S.-A.I-I- j v. i, li.ive, 
                            

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