The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 24, 1892 · Page 4
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 4

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4? Bate*. „ , Account of Christmas arid New Year ., holidays, the C., J; & M. Ry. Go. mil Belt, tiaketr between all points audio polnta 06 tonneetlde lines at rate Of oQC and one-third lowest first class fare fur the rotind trip. Tickets The laws Of health ate taught °in the schools; but not in -a way to be of Dec. 24. 25, 26 and A4VIL*}lia KUUU KUIUK AXCV* *^«i J*W* **<•» Ctuvt 3lst, 1892, and .January 1st and 2d, 1893, good returning up to and including Jan.8d,1898, Forratea unAttmq oi trains call on nearest (J., J. & M. agent or address, . T. C. M. SCHlNfiLKB, General Passenger Agent,, i " Toledo. 0; Fo* pain in the stomach, colic And cholera morbuft them it nothing .better than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarraoea Remedy. For sale at Greene's drug store. ..." . . a.* ' Don't TobH«!m» ; Spit or Smok e Y oniv life practical benefit and are never illustrated by living examples, which in many casesmtght easily be done. If some 'scholar who' has. just contracted a cold was. brought before the 'school BO that all could" neat tlje dry,j loud cough and know its significance; see the thin, white Coating ot) the tongue and •» t.be.oold developed, fee's the profuse- Per :pne week O x iiiy ':••"".-i Is the name of a little book Just received, telling all ab*ut . No-to- bac, the •wonderful,' harmless guaranteed cure 'for -chewing, •moking, cigarette habit or snuff dipping. No-to-bac is the only guaranteed tobacod habit cere in £he world. Sold by druggists. .Mention this paper. The Sterling Remedy Co., 45, Randolph SK, Chicago or Jndiana Mineral ^ Springs, Ind., and get a .book mailed free. .' ' watery expectoration and thin watery discharge 'from the nose, .not One of them would ever forget what the fiist symptoms of a cold were. The scholar should then be given Chamberlain's Cough Remedy freely, that all might see that even a -severe cold could be cured in one^6r two days, or at least greatly .mitigated, when properly: treated as soon as the first symptoms ap., pear. This remedy is famous for its cures of coughs, colds and croup'. It is made especially for these diseases and -ia the most prompt and most reliable medicine known for Ihe .purpose. .50 cent bottles for sale at Greene's drug store. MOTHERS. Off ON FELT HATS d Fancy Feathers. Use Hazel Cream for chapped hands -and lips or any roughness of the skin. , M. B. POWELL. Will you part your dar- , _. .- - „ r- babies in •iokneaa, or call on yotir druggist for .Dr. -Sharpsteen's Lavender Ointment and Asthmatic Balsam, riedicim that 'date lives when doctors fail in Mem- branou» Croup. Inflammation rf the Lungs, Lung Fever and Ty phoi Pneu monia, alio quickly relieves, and cures Croup* Scarlet Fever, W ooplng* Cough, Bore Throat', Burns, &<alds and •UniTar affliction*, 25 and 50 cents or bt mail? DR. B.' SHABPSTEKtf, Proprietor. Marshall. Michigan. \ A sen of Mr. M. D. Pusser, a merchant of Gibraltar,' N. C., was so badly afflicted with rheumatism for,* year or more as to be unable to work or goto school. His, father concluded to try Chamberlain's Pain Palm cm.the boy. It soon cured him and he has since walked one and a half miles to school and back every school day. 60 cent bottles for sale al Greene's drug store. Holiday JBxeursl«n Bate!, Chrlitmu and H AVE yoU To CHIIJ)REN NsDl/CATE FOR -'USEFULNESS? If *o, send them to the-—r-? ' Wall THE The largest stock the lowest prices HYDE'S Drugstore FLAG. A thorough, reliable and" progressive Ina^itnUon. Hundreds of young.men and women received their Btirt In life at the K. B. C. To fanners boys and girls this coarse of pracllcal* itistruo tlon cannot be over-estimated. • We shall be pleased, to have you call al the CoUege and talk over the matter, or address for catalogue. KRUG-'^ BUSINESS COLLEGE, '. Battle Creek, Mich .The Michigan Central will sell tickets between all local points in the United State* and Canada except Toledo Div. at rete of one and one third fare for the ronud trip. Date of sale Deo. 24, 25, 26, and 81, Jan, 1st and 2nd; limited to return Jan. 8d, '93. Tickets not good on limited trains 6, 6, 19, and 20. R.* Butler keeps the largest stock of crockery and lamps in the city. djl Save money by buying vonr -boots You can always find the best Cigars at ' Greene's Drug store, Call and Try Them. 2 Stores 2 Stores. t aney atGr and shoes at Grace Bros. A New Certain Cure foe.Piles, We dot intend to endorse any.eioept arti-. cUia of genuiae merit; *e therefor*, take pleasure In recommending to sufferers from Pile* in any fprmy a prompt and permanent cure. The following letters Bpeak for theo»- . wives: • I4rs. 'W*rr C. Tyler,-of Heppner, Ore,, . writea, Qiif pkg-of ;Pyr>widPJle C'uteen- tirety cured me of Piles from whiclf-1 have Buffered for years, and I hape never had the •lightest return of them since. Mr. E,« O'Brien, Rock Bluffs, Neb., eays: The pkg. pf Pjfiamid Pile Cure entirely re- inoved.evpry trace ol itching piles. Lean. .nqt thaqk you enough for it. The Pyramid Pile Cure, is a new, certain, : painless pure for every form of Piles. It is safe, cure and ehjsp. 4 trial package wil b« aent tree by enclosing stamp to Pyramid C*., Albion, Mien. Any druggist will get it fox ,you if you ask him. Time table taking effect Dec. 3, 1892.? Trains pass Marshall as follows: nuras ooraa BAST. No. a, Toledo Express 627..B • 8, Cincinnati Express 841 *m •• A, Mall and Express ...12 68pm " 87. Local Freight..,.., » .rt&Opro nuiira eoiHti WIST. So. 28,Mall and Express,, 1115 am " 2, Clnoinnatl & B. 0. Express 6 2» p «a " 94. Express, ,;.,.... .,..12 38 a IT " 28, Lpoal Freight.. ..... v ,....«i7 an. AU trains d&ftr^rcept Sunday, Direct dohneotlous are made at Toledo and Clnolnati with all roads diverging. Trains 31 and 22 make' go od conneatlon at MOIP telth with the QJl. 4 I., and at Allegan with the C. & W.M for Grand Aaplds, Muakegon,and all •points north. . C.«'. 8CHINDLKE. QeD, Paaa. Agt. ..' C. B. MIZE.Agt., Marshall. SEE THE RED FLAC. Children Cry for Pitoher^e Castor la. Fresh oyaterslat Cunningham's. - NOV. 20, 1892, TBAXNS «ABT. SIATIOWS. gjf f ft.m. Chicago, Lv 9 00 4«li»mftr.T"? ...... 3 Cit Battle Creek.... 945 MareaaU.Dp,.. 314 AjWon.. ...... S 46 Jackaon. ........ 4 80 Uatroit , 6 |5 p.m. Ba.ff»4o.. .,,. » 56 Kal Ext a.m. 'fio 7 62 8 17 8^0 » 40 11 52 p.m. 745 At'c Ex.* P- nail 45 429 6.,m 642 608 6 45 9 % a.m. 000 p.m. B'ffl 8pl* P m/ 455 8W. 92y ?* lo'ia 12 SO a.m, 895 a.m. Mall a.m. 70S was 118 1,44 808 8 10 6«0 P. EC «^»." Ut!*t Eat.t p.m. 960 167 886 869 320 405 740 am. WATIOHB: Mail Bay BX.t ^Bpckwbeat, grinding doa&.al C. ~ - * — , - . - Ohlc Bx.» KalUjChla BxTiHSpV Fac JB»,« S«'* Ext GHEAPEfi GAS. 'TOR LIGHT. TO CONSUMERS OF 0AS FOR]PIJEL. The Gas Company anounces thejfollqwing reduction in prices of Gas for LIGHTING wherever Gas is used ALSO for COOKING or -HEATING- to take effect on and aft^r SEPTEMBER 1st 1892. ' (JAS STOVB RATE8,$1.60 per 1000 cubic Ft. For all Gaa consumed where a GAS RANGE it used, . For all gas consamed where COOKING <* HEATINGlSTOVES »re uasd and the monthly consumption is uot less tLan 1000 cubio feet ' . B ats for Gaa used for LIGHTING O21LY, remain unchanged and>ro aa follows: i'JJJ Less than'100,0 cubic ft. in" one montb, $2 00 per lOOOJcubio ft. 5000 Qubio ft,.and less th^n 10,000 cubic fb'l month '$1 90 per 1000 •s -10,000 or ^yer, I month §1 SO per 1000 cubic ft. " - (cubic ft, AlHhe above ratea are subjett to a diacouut of 10 ctd per 1000 cabio {t wheu the months bill is paid in or before the 10th ipf the mouth next foliowyig. ' - • Ths above special rates are made to induce consumers to use'gas for cooking and beating aa well as lighting. - * • - - ••-.'" Experience ProoveslSe^^ AJ)YAHTAGE 6f Gas For . •. ; , . • f Cooking- Overilvery Other Ftielj in Cheaper J*»tov e Cheaper Fuel, '". .' Safety., ^aiilijiess,, "•; . , ; ^nieliiiesH, Convenience. 175 ep ^TOV|S now In use in MARSHAtL. SPECIAL REDUCTIQK p GAS FIXTURES. 4. diieom't of 10 per cent wild b,a mad.e froia^rajjular pri?i;8 da all. bills for G-aa Fiztnras pr inside piping ordered and completed from '.'" Sept Ist,ia92, to April 1st 1893, The nSARSHAI,Ii X.IGHT Co. and all kinds ^fcualow W1(WB ..,.^, W Cfreffaer'a miiirr -«BgsKiil..i«« must bf? goo4 d? . . impress fcet teufli mqr^ fomidf; g^ antl «eanale$s» and m4e in Rochester « by the un- abaojostely puia and over or

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