The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on August 18, 1893 · Page 4
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For the accommodation of people lit Inf in thrw«Bt end A. Watson 'fill sell >*iiUttcWs\bTead aa4 cafe?* freslf, at , O'clock every morning. >• • " > HeW 8tocK fiough ton's "~t — : n » < r *«< of wall p per at Wegiv*40.1b9, flour, for a bushel of rheat and sell flour for $1.50 per 100 llba. Feed and grain of all kinds sold [ cheap for cash at C. A. ChesheVs mill ~" '" " * M wall , papet The practice of riding bicycles on Che sldft walks, must be stopped fit once, *A«* v» fvw"*"*'"^ • — — — children's hosiery At fibn. W. V. Lucas; ex-State Auditor of Iowa, ,iiays: "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my family ami hate no hesitation in saying it ia an excellent remedy. 1 believe all ttiaVis claimed for it. Persons afflicted t»y, a d>iigh or cold will find it a friend." iheye Is no danger from whoopiag ooiigh wherix^his remedy is freely given. 2 and 50 cent bottles for sale at Greened drug ••tor*. • _ _ •>' • • e '- i \A surli c.ure for diarrhoea, dysentery j cholera tnotbasv ,pain in stomach or bowels, etci; a't j& B Powell!*!, Trial bottle free* " „ Notice jo cyclist*. Any persona violating the lawfn respect do so at thwir own peril. Keep off the; walks and save trouble Marshal* Don't get excited over. croup or quinsy when Lavender Ointment will relieve you within ten minutes' if Used as directed. 25 and The Allowing Item, clipped from the I?t Madison 1 * (I6«a) Democrat, contains intor- omtion. ^ell .worth femambeiihg: "Bin, ohn Roth, of this city. «li<>,ttfet with an ac- idonfc a few days ago, spraining • a«d bruis- tijr his leg and arm quite severely* was cured by one 56 centlaottte'tif Chambewaiti's PatH?" Balm."' ,Thi& remedy is TfithOutaij e^ual for, v sprains and'bfuiies and should have a place * n eyery?houseftold. For saW at Greene's drugstore; '.'..^v . ; , / Kiiburn's tibsiaurant Will be open day and"' night. Tjiepbest of uioals and lunch::., served, "-•-...-•,' "•'•••' Children Cry tor Pitchers Castorl 3- Battlei-<?rpi&,* ,Mich. teaches Shorthand and Typewriting English and Business courses. How to acquire promotion and influence. How to bo successful in a business career* low to save and make money. Hundreds of students holding good, paying positions. Graduates assisted to positions if desired.-NtBfrdepftftmonte. fix cellent college, Everything first class Address for circulars and -catalogue as above. ;.' . Robert Shelley has opened a tin shop in the building formerly occupied aa meat market, opposite E. L. Marphys store. Give him a call when in need "of any tin work. You caii always find the best Cigars at Grraene's Drug store. CaU and frv Them Screen doors atod wi Bosley's " > /dows all sizes a Tourist tickets to all principal points in the United States and Canada are now on sale at Michigan Cenlraljtjcket ofllce. Thelargest the lowest prices HYDE'S Drue'Store The best Pertuinea always in stock at G. H. Greene's Drug store- Ladies are invited to call and test them. Holler Current Mill Sells best .roller flour for $1.75 per ., ,, ... hundred pound j, warranted to gjveTsaf (OQe C«*r»«OoiiminpUoii,Congh»,Croap,8or« l j 8 f acl j on ^11 kinds of mill feed on '^^f^ASSS^S^^^ hand. Gtte me atrlalandbeconvimjed gutter»5l«JT«gj*»««atlrf«ctioii.-atciMti. ib&l - t will pBy y ou to \. r& fo with ma. SHII-OH'S VITAL1ZER, w. r^w ••• (^m«w-«~—• ----- iW^SWEWCT 1 ""I**• *^ •* _•* n*A—A. « t ifcia A splendid two story dwelling and I story dwelling, with one acre of land, including excellent fruit garden centrally located.'''For teirnis apply to D. CUNNlNdH AM. treatment la eem^er.oh^^m^i •r* told on • guarantee to give flatiaiactlon, For Sale by F. G. Seaman & Co. Boupiexion Stesarva' DR hEBrt* Si VIOU OFBM _JPhysioian ana Surgeon, Special facilities for treatment of diseases of the Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat, and the appllc a t'.ou of Electricity. Office over Cook's ore formerly occupied D; Dr. H^.L.Joy. Lnr./. Molc» tunbuni ftud Itoren tbe-ekh) to i> nal freiuness, p^xln *ilu&r aad heaitby --- t _ Aexiou. EuperiortoallfaCa ' perfectly harmless. — „\?or SOott. B^nd lor Ciroulw VIOUA *KIN 80AP 5,000 spring and summer samples r\ r I QHIQ Q JOY have .arrived. Call and select yom I'-'» • *-vr_wiw ^. •> ** j summer suit or pants/ Better eho.ce than piece goods. Call and cxuni'ne before buying. Quality and price to uit at TED'S, the tailor. Over Fletcher's Store. Petfclte*. Choice uome grown peaches in one fifth, bushel baskets today at Watson's Chas. Kilburn has opened a restaur ant the first door west of the Tontiue,- the public is invited to 'call. A full assortment. of sizes. The best kinds and at reasonable fates Truses fitted , without charge for fitting at GBEENE'S Drug Store 252 West State MARSHALL. MICH, Fine stationery at the bazar store. A complete assortment always on band. Flour $1.60. per 100 pounds at C. A. Chesher's mill., Grain and feed of all kinds at bottom price. Both the method and results when Syrup of Fig? is taken; it ia pleasant ant! refreshing to the taste, and acts ' gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and .Bowels, cleanses the system effectually, dispels colds, headache* .and fevers and cures hahitual tons^pation. Syrup of Figs is the only j^nedy of ita kind ever produced, pleafling to the taste and ac- Announcement. Having purchased the stock of musi cal merchandise, formerly owned by L S. Franklin, I respectfully solicit the patronage of those desiring vocal or in stru mental music of any kind, or any thing in the music line, which can be had by giving short notice. Obtain my prices before buying a piano or an or gau elsewhere, as "money saved is money earned." Yours Respectfully, x G. B. WKIGHX, \)ffice uu. stairs, 201, State St. \l New Certain Cure for Piles. We doMntend to endorse any ejoept arti- clas of genuine merit; we therefore, take pleasure in recommending to sufferers from Piles in any f orm^a prompt and permanent cure. The followingletters speak for themselves: \ Mrs. Mary C. Tyler.N^f Heppner, Ore., wnteu, One pkg. of Pyrannd Pile Qure en- ireiy cured me of Piles fromN^hich I have uffered for yeara, and I hape never ha*I t-ie Lightest return of theto since. Mr. §, O'Brien, Bock Bluffs, Neb./ ?he pk|t. >of Pyramid Pile Cure entirely moved every trace of itching piles. I cannot %ank yctu enough for it. The Pyramid Pile Cure is a new, certain, )ainleBa'cur.e for every form of Piles. It is laf e, cure and cheap. Any druggist will get tf or you if you ask him. W A L L P A P B B FRESH, UNiaUE, TASTY DESIGNS, Lowest .Prices. Call and Be Gqnvinced. -M.B.POWEtL. CHEAPER CAS TOR LIGHT. TO CONSUMERS OF GAS The Gaa Gompany anqunces thejfollbwing reducl tion in prices of 0as Tor wherever Gas used 4su for CQOKINe.or HEATINa to take eflfect on and after 1st 1892- "Boy»l Katoyl? KT* is "a Eye as is a Afe^-'.; naturally ripeaed and free f com all foreign flavor and adulterants,- guaranteed 3 "pure «ad v over eleven 1 c|ed to the connoiB ^ele. worthy ; ofthft! convalescents fears of age, seur as • a. meritorious ^ ^_ ^VBKATBS,$1.60p^.lOOOIeubJcPt. For *11 Oas oonBame^r^re aTGAS RANGE ~ "" g»s oonsamed w oaed for £lG j^^ than n rem%ia .uqeSsvoge^ftad^aro M follow* one raon<b/ t^ ^ per J000 ; o«bic fti IpiM'oVovtTjTmwthil^perlQOO^ubio.ft. d (wMst ft. >*t folio«iag. . H$ tction and truly "" ' . itis A nwre certaia e&ee 4han a accept p *™ v KW''* Tf€T S??'?'''

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