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   Centralia Enterprise And Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1895, Centralia, Wisconsin                               THE CENTR ALIA ENTERPRISE LUEHJl BRUKDAGE, Editors and Publishers. CENTRALIA, WIS., SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1895. j Enterprise, Voh XVI, No. 41. I Tribune, Vol. XXII, No. 47. 1O Suits 11 Suits 12 Suits That's plain can read it and understand it. Figures don't lie. Some advertisers do. But F. W. KRUGER CO. don't. Of course, no such reductions but for urgent causes. "Loaded down" with cause one. Broken lots and incomplete as- sortments of sizes of our regular and Suits-cause two Description, elaboration and or- namentation as to style, making, color, lining, etc., means nothing in this case. What you want to know is this: Are they Suits for Are they Suits for Gentlemen, they are. Notice. F. W. Kruger Co., GRAND RAPIDS, WIS. CLOCK SALE BEAUTIFUL MANTEL CLOCKS Solid Black Walnut or Oak, eight day, half hour strike, for NICKEL ALARM CLOCKS Guaranteed to be first class, for 95 cents J. R. CHftFMftN'S, Wood Brick Block, Grand Rapids, Wisconsin. A NTON GRAND RAPIDS, WIS. WatcHes, GIOGKS, Jewelry, Eye-glasses and Musical instruments. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. To Mrs. Jennie Goodrich, Mrs. Lucy Roiuilree, Mrs. Nellie Hurdesty, Bert rand G. Chandos, Mrs. Nettie Cochran, and all oilier parties inter- ested: TAKn NOTICE, Thai at a special meeting' of the common council of the City of Centralia, county, Wis- consin, duly held for the purpose, at the council rooms in said city on the llth day of March, 1895, the following- resolution was by said council duly adopted: "Resolved, That it is the purpose of the Common Council of the City of Centralia, Wood County, Wisconsin, acting' for and 011 behalf of said to take, for the construction and main- tenance of waterworks for the supply of said City of Centralia and its in- habitants with water, for protection against fire, for domestic use and sani- tary purposes and also for street pur- poses, and upon which to locate its power-house, pumps, pumping' station, filters, water-mains, stand pipes, yard and for all the other uses and purposes for which the same may be needed in connection with the construction, maintenance and operation of said of waterworks, the following- described lands in Wood Comity, Wis- consin, and entirely within the corpo- rate limits of said City of Centralia, to-wit: Beginning- at an iron pin at the intersection of the center line of Lin- coln Street in said city with the East boundary line of French Street; thence Southerly along said East boundary line of French Street Thirty- to the Northwest corner of Block Number Thirty-six (36) of Harris' Addition of said City of Cen- tralia; thence run Easterly at right angles to said East boundary line of French Street and along the North line of said Block Number Thirty-six a distance of Four Hundred and Sixty-six (466) feet, to the center of what is known as Garrison's Slough, a part of the Wisconsin River; thence North, Forty-seven (47) degrees East, Eight3'-five (85) feet, to a point in the center of said Slough Sixty-six feet from and measured at right angles to said last mentioned line; thence West- erly and parallel to said last mentioned line Five Hundred and Twenty (520) feet to a point in said East Boundary line of French Street, Thirty-three (33) feet Northerly from said starting point; thence Southerly along spd East boundary line of French Street Thirty-three (33) feet to the place'-sf beginning; being that portion of Lin- coln street lying East of French street extended to the center of said Garri- son's Slough as located and described upon Sargent Philleo's map of the -Gity-o-f the .lands so_to_ be taken are all part of government Lot Number Three, (3) of Section Num- ber Eight, (8) in Township Number Twenty-two, (22) North of Range Num- ber Six, (6) East, an accurate survey and plat thereof being now on file with the city clerk of said city; ,the owner of said lands, so far as known, being Mrs. Jennie Goodrich, Mrs. LUcy Rountree and Mrs. Nellie Hardesty, all non-residents of Wood County and of the State of Wisconsin, and Ber- trand G-. Chandos. a resident of the said City of Centralia, in said county, and all heirs at law of Marian L. Ben- sley, deceased, late of the said City of Centralia, Wood County, Wisconsin, and owners thereof as tenants frr common: that said Bertrand G-. Chan- dos as administrator of the estate of said Marian L. Betisley, deceased, and as one of her heirs at law, is the occu- pant of said government Lot Number Three that there are various other persons claiming some interest" in or liens upon said described lands, or some portion thereof, whose names and residence are unknown; that Mrs. Nettie Cochran is the owner of said Block Number Thirty-six (36) with the privileges and appurtenances there- unto belonging, and is a non-resident of said County of Wood, and of the State of Wisconsin; and that on the 23rd day of April, 1895, at o'clock in the afternoon, application will be made to T. J. Cooper, a justice ot the peace in and for said County of Wood, at his office in said City of Centralia, for a jury to condemn and appraise said described lands, as provided by law. N. JOHNSON, Mayor. Attest: ARCHIE City Clerk." AND You ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that the said common council, on be- half of said City of Centralia, will, on the 23rd day of April, 1895, at o'clock in the afternoon, make applica- tion to T. J. Cooper, a justice of the peace in and for said county of Wood, at his office in said City of Centralia, for the appointment of a jury to condemn and appraise the lands described in said resolution, as provided by law. Dated this 19th day of March, 1895. AKCHIT; City Clerk. Congregational Church. Rev. Kilburne, pastor. Sabbath Services, March 24, 1895. Morning worship o'clock. Top- ic, "Lent." Bible School 12 m. Topic, Purity of Life." Y. P. S. C. E. p. m. Evening Worship o'clock. Top- ic, "What's in a O. Hebert, photographer. Gal- lery on second floor of his building, Prices Way down 10 Sllit the times. I opposite G. W. Baker's furniture store. High School Notes. Klmost a Kire. HIGH SCHOOL. The general history class has begun the study of modern history. The Reformation was the work of the pres- ent week. The word analysis class have com- pleted their work and will begin the study of composition next week. The B literature class is now read- ing Emerson's essay on "The Uses of Great Men." Ella Hasbgor.ek, of What might have proven a disas- trous conflagration was happily averted last Sunday morning by the timely arrival of the clerks in John- son, Hill Co.'s .store. Mr. Bankert, the tailor, roused them from their .slumbers with the -startling informa- tion that the grocery store of that firm, which is the kirgest wooden structure in the citv, was filled with smoke. An JCclcUtional Locals. of '90, visited the school one day this week. Mr. Luchr has organized a class in mathematical geography. Ernest and Herman Wippcrman spent a few days at the state capital this week. The class in physics had an exami- nation upon the subject of light on Wednesda3'. A large number of brown stains on the floor of the high school room Tues- day morning gave proof that the to- bacco chewer had been present at the schcol meeting Monday evening and had put in some very effectual work. The rules and regulations adopted by the school board forbid pupils bring-y ing- tobacco on the grounds. But sucli rule will look rather ridiculous when the parents of these pupils come to the annual school meeting- and expecto- rate tobacco juice all over the floor. It seems too bad that there are people who have so little sense of the fitness of things. We believe that some have so thoroughly become a slave to the habit that they would spit tobacco juice all over the alabaster pavements of heaven, should they ever get there. CEN RALI The usual literary exercises were held in the High school Friday after- noon. The L. L. A. held a heated discus- sion last Friday evening on the ques- tion, Resolved, That the soldier had done more for this country than the statesman. The class in pedagogy have finished that study and will take up the study of English history. The general history class have com- pleted the study of medieval history. Joint Number of The ENTERPRISE is in receipt of the Joint Debate number of The -tEgis for 1895. It gives in full the last joint debate upon the question of a consoli- dated central banking institution vs. the present national banking system, with an introduction by Professor David Kinley, of the University of Illinois. These joint debate numbers "of rank among "the most valuable contributions to the litera- ture upon the subject under discus- sions. These debates are the result of a year's thorough investigation and examination of the most reliable authorities upon the question at issue. They contain the gist of all that is best and most authentic. The present number contains in addition to the valuable material contained in the arguments of the different de- baters a very valuable bibliography of the works bearing on the question. The number oetore us is ot greater than usual interest locally from the fact that Mr. Theodore W. Brazeau was one of the debaters. A copy of the joint debate number can be secured by sending 25 cents to The sEtfis, Madison, Wis. City Nomineea. The following nominations for the various city offices have been made by nomination papers, and in most in- stances the papers have been filed with the city clerk: For Johnson. For W. Natwick and F. P. Daly. For J. Cooper. For H. Carey, W. E. Gardner, C. L. Duncan, Jas. Dolan and John Kollenda. For ward, J. W. Cochran; second ward, L. M. Nash; third ward, John Schnabel. For ward, no nomi- nation has yet been made; second ward, F. H. Jackson N. H. Robinson and A. H. Walworth; third ward, S. Preston and Clark Lyon. investigation revealed the fact that a hole had been burned through the double lloor, at a point just in front of the stove, where a wooden spittoon filled with sawdust was usually placed, and that the coals and burning-embers therefrom had fallen down cellar onto the cement lloor, within two feet of a barrel of alcohol. The fire was speed- ily extinguished with but slight dam- age. It is the supposition, and a natural one, too, that someone threw a lighted cigar stub into the wooden spittoon just previous to closing up Satur- day evening-, and that the same had smouldered until discovered by the clerks. Had the fire been left to itself a few moments long-er, the probabili- ties are thai the whole building- would have been a mass of flames, and no one would have been able to say where or how it started. "Ward. Caucuses. Public spirited citizens should not fail to attend the caucuses to be held this evening, that proper nominations for cit3' officers may be made. In this city, nominations have nearly all been made by securing the necessary signatures to nomination papers, and the probabilities are that no city convention will be held. In Grand Rapids, however, is still an open question as to whom the nomi- nees will be, and therefore diligence is essentially important. Ward cau- cuses will be held as follows, for the purpose of nominating candidates for supervisor and aldermen in each ward and electing three delegates to attend the city convention to be held on Mon- day, March 25th: First the residence of Ed- ward Mahoney. Second the city hall. Third the vacant store 11 din_g_owned byB. Silber, next door to the post office. Fourth the residence of John Plenke. The hours of assembling is o'clock in each instance. In Cupid's Yoke. A quiet wedding took place at the residence of N. H. Potter in the town of Grand Rapids, on Wednesday, March 20th, at o'clock p. m., when Miss Nettie Potter and Mr. Thomas Chr3'stal were united in the bonds of matrimcmyT The groom is an ener- getic and prosperous young man well known in this vicinit3r, while the bride is one of our most estimable young ladies. Only immediate relatives were present, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Reynolds of the M. E. church. A .sumptuous wedding supper was served after the ceremony when the guests departed, wishing the bride and groom all the joy ami happiness possible in their new life. They were the recipients of a number of useful and beautiful presents. Their future home will be in the town of Saratoga. Lenten Services. 1M. E. Church. Rev. J. R. Reynolds, pastor. On Sunday, March 24, 1895, public services will be held as follows: Preaching at a. m. Sunday School at m. Junior League at p. m. Young People's Prayer Meeting at p. m. Evening service at "Don't Tobacco Spit or Smoke Your Life Away." The Inithful, title of a hook about No-to-lmc, the onlv liannlcss, guaranteed to- baoco-liabit euro. If jou want to quit and can't, use "No-to-baf." Hraccs up nirotimzcil nerves, eliminates nicotine poisons, makes weak men Kain streiiKMi. viftor, 1'ositive cnro or refunded. Hold by Johnson. Hill Co., Wis. Hook 'it druggists, or mailed free. Address, The Sterling Uemody Co..Chicago otllce, Ran- dolph St.; York, lOSpince St. S. Tyler, paper hanging, kal- soinining and sign writing, Centralia, Wisconsin. Arrangements have been made for a series of Lenten services to be held in the Congregational church. The pastor will be assisted by visiting clergymen, who will speak from topics appropriate to the season. The fol- lowing engagements have been made: March 27th and A. L. McClelland. April 3rd and Thomas Barker. April 8th to J. R. Ward. A specially arranged program will be rendered. County Board Proceedings. The following bills were misplaced in my office after the last session and failed to appear in the minutes along with the other bills reported back b3' the Judiciary committee: Allowed in full. K. I'ors, County Judge's fees 00 10 00 O. T. 1 1 01 men, physician's services 'M 00 .lames Haney, deputy sIieiilT'.s fees 21 Kiank VVIieelock, Sheriff Port aue Co., fees Dr. It. Dedrandpre, exaiiiiuiiiu insane ____ :s John J O'Keillj, jiistic-f's fees, i Jsieob I.Usk. fustier'-, fees 2 William eonMable's foes W. II. I.uhs, Clerk of Court Waupnea ro. Yours respectfully, Putui1 KSYCKI, County Clerk. Go to Oswald Menzel's gallery for your extra finished photographs. 10 20 20 2 10 87 4 50 KWSPAPERl G. Sherwood came down from Marahfield yesterday afternoon. Cutter, -superintendent of the public schools of Tomahawk, was in. the city last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dugas. of Grand Rapids, on March 18i.li, a son and heir. Wui. Kuntz, of Grand is very sick with pneumonia. Edward Mahoney is attending him night and day. J. A. Gaynor .spent a few days of last week at Madison renew- ing- acquaintances among the legisla- tors at the state capitol. M. A. Gordon is renovating the Peterson building next uoor to tne NTERPRISE office, preparatory to starting a millinery store therein. debate between the L-L. A, of the Centralia High School and the Literary society of the Howe High School will take place Frida3r evening, April 5th. samples and pattern now in at M. J. McRaith's tailoring estab- lishment in Grand Rapids. Suits nade after the latest New York fash- ions if so desired. is to draw party lines in the coming municipal election, as she did in the last. The republicans have already held their ward caucuses- aiid the democrats do the same this- [Saturday) evening. R. Doud departed "Wednesday morning for her home at Winona, Minnesota, after a two weeks' pleas- ant visit with the family of Mr. Alex Muir. She was joined a couple of last week by her husband. and Mrs. W. H. G-ay and little daughter took their departure for Milan, Mich., last Monday evening, where they will hereafter reside- Mr. Gay disposed of his omnibus line to the proprietors of the Central House before his departure. Gu3' Lynch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lynch, had the misfor- tune, last week, of falling from the hay loft and spraining his arm and being generally quite badly shaken up. The accident confined the fellow to the house for several days. disastrous runaway occurred on our streets The team of a German farmer residing in one of our neighboring towns, became frightened and run pell-mell up French street. It collided with a telephone pole, and the driver, three women and several other persons were thrown out and bacll3' shaken up. We were unable to ascertain the extent of the damage to? persons or property. notice by the Milwaukee Senti- nel that the Wisconsin Telephone Co. have decided to give their oppressed patrons one-half of what they ask in the line of reduction of telephone rates. The3' will hereafter charge but thrve dollars per month for telephones in business houses that now pay four dollars, and two dollars per month for telephones in residences that now pay three dollars. Let the agitation of an independent system go steadil3' on, as that is the only safeguard to the peo- ple's rights. An interesting lawsuit was tried before Justice Getts during the past week. Chas. L. Duncan began suit agains Louis Lemai for damages sus- tained in a runaway accident last fall- Duncan was riding in a light buggy when he was suddenly run into by Lemai's team at full speed. Mr. Dun- can's shoulder blade was broken and he sustained other personal injuries, while the buggj1 in which he was rid- ing was nearly demolished. Action was brought for both personal damages and injury to property, it being claimed by the plaintiff that Lemai was guilty of carelessness in not prop- erly hitching- his horses before they commenced to run. The decision of the Justice was in favor of the plain- tiff who secured judgment for 341.00. McCamley came down from one of, Daly Sampson's camps on the Port Edwards road the first of the, week. He reports that Daly son put in feet of logs for the John Edwards Manufacturing Co. this winter, and that all of the latter's timber has been put in slick and clean, so that this season's sawing will wind up the lumbering business as far as that company is concerned. In this work one hundred sixty men were employed, divided into three camps. The larger part of the logs were put in by Breiinan'scamp, the other two be- ing chiefs interested in going over olcl slashings and gathering in scattering timber. The Edwards Co. has already begun operations toward opening up their lands for .settlement by farmers, and surveyors are at work laying out roads vritli end In iWSPAPfc.RI   

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