The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 23, 1892 · Page 2
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 2

Centralia, Washington
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Friday, December 23, 1892
Page 2
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TH$ DAILY dfl&Otf IfeEB, DECEMBER 2S, » *•!> •v^ . ,1 - * ro?> THE PAl otttryc&rthiroifirh P. O.s.*4 15 «Jel»T*r.dI, to crnin per wreck rccplVed »t the office ••>* flib tttbti lit St*t« street. . That Beats Mar '(to Mich, From THIS Is THE VERDICT „ .'•-.''"• . ' • • • *• „ .,, closed ^we ai*e boiind $o close out diir stock of : - - ' a Dr ; COORT SOinlB : 4 years ago/iame toibnsult Dr., S. and this was Ills explanation of toe " symptoms: I '901 wholly mid up r ,ean hardly db\.anything even though I look well and strong, -I am sick. Some 18 months ago I bad a' fistula break oat on' me and it bothered me'badly, rub Very much, was awful sore,and {have the Piles., One of our best surgeons here told me I must have it cut out and then I would be well, and I would have to lay in bed about two 4 weeks, when it would all be healed up and I should be entirely-well. I let him operate on me and it never healed and has not healed yet, is worse than it ever was before. I can't eat. ' have no appetite,' can't sleep very well and am .getting very nervous. ..Bowels move e/ery day now. -I'a,fti7nofi'right, that is ali.tbere is to it." 0ne treatment from De, Bennett's orificial ptUldsopbj•aas.nrred hirabev, _ . •,•••-• «, on the right road to recovery and a few I See Our fine Worsted Suits at fifteen dollars. Gogd suits, six, eight and ten dollars. more and;hVirVfell, remains so, fistula /^,, ^ •;•-'' ^ . ' "~ ' ' * , . Any two piece suit in the house at $0. pood ULSTERS AN READ ML ABOUT All bur heavy .Weight and extra fine Ulsters and Overcoats at prices that will move them. AU our flue Overcoats at adduced prices. • Seethe Ulsters and Overcoats we will sell you at s, 6 Is healing, appetite returnedj nerves all quiet and can do business better than ever. '*•''*•• „.,." : •' . / • No cutting, no burning, no tieing in »ny of'Dr. B.'s worKf and this is^ only une in the many he has beea seeing this lASt ten years and everyone with same result. Does the theory of surgery to d>y explain bow this was done and no knife'uaedt Dr. B.'s theprv ia t'he fever inside, bow and what made it. Ho removed fever and then it all healed by the natural power that does all the healing of any abrasion or wound. He took nothing to clsan^-ttl&^blood or regtuate his stomach or liver. Dr. B. removed the cause that impaired the Powwr which makes the blood and then 'everything run smoothly. ANOTHER. John Boasard came to Dr. B. about two years ago and he had hese itching piles so bad he could scarcely keep his hands oft from himself night or day. Had used all he could hear of or read about, bat none of that whiqh be used cured him, would not even give any relief. The more he used the worse he grew. Was just a raw, bleeding sore all around' rectum, con- s)tipated bowels, and all.the time taking something to move them. Was about efazy and more than once thought h; might as well take something and leave this troubled body, . One treatment soon quieted the itch*' ing and he was convinced Dr. B.'s'ori- ficial philosophy treatment was jurt what he claimed, A few more and he was' well.' Nerve force, ail came back, bowels were moving natural and normal every morning, could eat anything, was soon as strong aa ever and no trouble s anywhere, and what made Uf No medicine given in the stomach t.pdo a . D y* thing. He simply r|moye.d, the fever jnside here and its reaulte and all things ejtfe unnatural passed away. * ' ftaeas'sonie of ypu better go and see what Dr. Bennett is doing and bow he doe.f all these things at Herndou ho.use - next Saturday, Dec. 24&. All taUs,s ,jn , erni&n and Eng;l sb free, HappyyMid content ia a home with " The Ro.. Chester;* lamp with the AND AWAY DONE. two piece'Suits at $^.50. $3, 84,* atul^J^UM^S, 'Ycnitlis' and Qhildrens'suits cheap. " ;: ; AU our hat stock reduced to^closc out. - We have this morning opencoj u case lot of.line natural grey all wool underwear worth 1.25. The low price we bought this ait enables us to s*ll i; at 00 cents each. See our night robes for holiday trade, neck mufflers, handkerchiefs, all styles, silk and Iin6n, A'beautiful line of suspenders, in fact any' thing in the furnishing goads line arid clothing stock at prices that cannot bfc duplicated. We have an wirntnso lino bif (Jo'mo and get the finest In the market if you wish one for a CHRIS. MAS PRESENT .1 T. Shanahan, Tatio Anyone desiring to dispose of "Leslie's Ideal Class. Book" can find a purchaser by calling on Mrs. Ida W. Brown at her residence on Mansion street. Buy your wood of Burlingame & Day. Office and yard first door east of Mills' harness-shop. dj$ Get your girl a dia,monxt'-f ing- at C. H, Thompson's. ' >• • We carry a full line of Pingree & Smith's, 'A. C, McGraw <Sc Co.'s and Kennard & Son's fine shoes. . : • GRACE BKOS Celery Celery Celery Celery. If you are thinking of buying a watch don't fail" to attend.ftulett's watch gale, whicb fommenees iiaturday, Dec. ,4?, and lasts one week. ^ urace liros. carry a lull line 01 staple 'ries. Al! mxulw new and frt^h. Have a large stock of coops. The pjdy^iouse in the city carrj'ing a full of Piingree 4? Siiiiths cojelirated ' shoes. Every pair warranted. Our sto>:k consists of all quaijties so that'sve are ablii to meet tlip'dercauds <jf our . . custouiers. No matter what is - - wanted. _ • The Place td Get Wood Is at C. T. Brant's wood yard, otState and Itamilton streets. Largest and bedt lot pf : v?o.^d% the city. Note ! "Oraiaaace ^fo. 10 relate to throwin 'aaheain^ Jfee.stie^t wiU^ strictly *»- .V,fSpSP»S";.-^ ,!* - -'* % -ii"^ L* V "* -' '-.v^-- / » SJ ; v Marabat. One g* two pleasant ~r00jns*i$, rent .,i*~* __' »iLI_T £_i_j"-'LI*"1u— a ' f\ J* 1 -" &i-& ~ ' j, b^ve njoved niy 9tore UP ^st^i«*)^, ":: "."•."." wtpeettia. I wwbtherladfesof. ^T^r 'eerdj -slabs, Jinaple and bicko^y, f2.35 .rauteed. Delivered •the city promptly. give i»6 a call. C. Ti GaAT. of skat&-«fe end- bardwarg JU'U&B Yuur T»Jteg; .be sto're of i Friday o| ^.aea- week oo ice bilk made pleased $9 bare 1 workers «vprywh<ire ok ou-ewtJ? ; " d»Uy output over with au»eeaa.\ ]|r mamaiotl; jwnut MfcriBOff^-Li a&i^Tf'fr' (Wooater, »*«Bi8 ,*?¥., A full line 'of Gloves and Mittens -• ^'e ^ajcry-'a floe stock of. Staple & Fahoy Groceries ,H3g1iest Prijja Paid for Produce" To FITthe iFEET THE§EAfeE THE KIND OF SHOES WE SELL. THAT 'MERELY GOVEE THE AUE NOT IK IT WITH US. WE' KEEP A S'iXWJ HAND THAT \VILL FIT A GJSSTS WANTED 1JU SELL OXiJl N|i f\. Huok, Bible s'turi^t, for j-'bUarni. - Kai^ aassr^ss HU**M H epnwin: 0<j8tlnff over . glli.uw, . 'Itet^iU' $48 j. Over '-5»u fiillpage jtogmvinss., 3$ p«ge« <rf*Mi!igmiife»ot colortd j»l***;ii, 4!Aca ptlated i» t^a sjL-'iurs .jftya Ije sold la ev«*f homo. Vouog ssfl 'wj-itct!! "ilytfeur'ttud I BLEcwuikiDg itiard.. We, hav^J 133 Otdurtj up to thfe'iBpfwWj;; wo cutivu.tjj Iruiu uiu'e tuiUivfour^itttld $ topie? twtlay ", jSrtatept euo- cts«itw«r koe»B-*- Extra ct)muiis»icaj tu ttiuutu §10 per, , H8 S. street, .- Duly" a»» a»U C *i*l r y . :- \ CUOD £ to O. Uu n Hint OF THE AND All buaiftes^ attended to .promptly 4»4 cajcetuEy. tt,as & safe t «9 OF SHOES. ON . HE FEET " TBilE BFST M A- IF IOIJ, SHOES THAT T0RJAL WANT GOOD .SHOES, SHOES, STl'LISH SHOES^ OB ANY KIND- 01- SHOES. COME TO '" a 33 IMMONS. Eale .Opera , Manager f ASfjg^^ goodj^d toeJ

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