The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on December 27, 1892 · Page 6
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 6

Centralia, Washington
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Tuesday, December 27, 1892
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'"•' .*. 2T» 189& ' * V n • r'"*ii- ~" Jj T " Mil tickets between sll poiniB »nu 10 |i««»«jw wi«i»» t «»M>» »f« "»•«>» ,*^ a ,* ..„„--., points bo cottfiectinc; lines Rt rate of OjQ9 living examples, frhieb in many ciases might and fcnfe-thifd lowest first class farfe.,fot eas iiy ^e done'. It soin« 'scholar who has the round trip. _ * _j ',' tiW «ontrn«ted a cold was bto«fcht before [For Ode up to and good Jan. 8d, 1693. For rated and time }<& ML ^,(3. j ' Gebe'rai P&Ssengj'i of trains call on lentoft address* For pain-in the Btotnachj colic and cholera; morbu'a there is nothing better than Chamberlain's Cbli&.Cholera andlHarratett Rejn- idy. for sale BtOTeene!* drug store. 1 • ^ Don't TobAooo—jRrt or SnioU* YonrlAf* ' ' ' Away." ' ' ' IB the name of a little book just received, telling all ab*ut No-to bac, the wonderful, Harmless guaranteed cure' for thawing, —•mokingt cigarette habit or snuff dipping. Ko-to-bac is the only guaranteed tobacco habit cere in the world. Sold by druggists. 'lientioa thia paper. • The Sterling Remedy ••' Co., 46 Randolph St., Chicago or Indiana " TAine-rftl Springs, Ind., and get a book the thin, white coating on the tongue and later, as tHe" cold, developed, see the profuse wjrtery' expectoration find thin, fcfttery dis- '•bJatg^.., f row ttte ; $ use, not one of them rOdi'd e*er,fprget Wha^ tbe first symptoms of «i-cold were. The 8c|iorar should then be giVeli Chftmberlaiti'8 Cqiigh Rem'edy.- frefel'j;, that all might see that evten.a' ft ^^ il :^9°f d ^could be cuifedlin- one ~6t two aaySj~OY at least greatly .mitigated, when ^properly treated as soOn as the first symptoms ap. pear. This remedy is famous for its cures of Coughai.ccilds and croup. It is made es-. pe( ially for these .diseases and is the most prompt and • niost reliable medicine known for th£ purpose. .50 cent bottles for sale at Greene's drug store. Uso Hazel Cream for chapped, hands ] and lipa or any roughness of the skin. ' M. B POWELL. WH1 you part with; your dar- -.-^ - „ ______ _ •ioknew, or call on yourxlruegist for Dr. Sbarpateen's Lavender Om.ment and Afcthm»tie Balsam, inediom that »»*« Uve»i when doctors fail in Worn. tnranoQS Croup, /Inflaainaation c f the 'iLtttus, Lun K Fwer and Tjtphoi Pneu . taobla, also quickly relieves/a f cures yOroup, Scarlet Fever, W ooping Ctwjrh, Bore Throat, Barns. S -ilds asd similar afflictions 25 and 60 cents or by mail f DK H. SHABPSTEEN, Propri •lor Marshall. Michigan. A'wa of JlrVM. D. Pusher, a merdhflnt of Gibraltar, N. C., was so badly afflicted, with rheumatism for a year or more as to be un- abU to work or go to school. His father concluded to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm on the boy. It soon cured him and he has rince walked ono and a half miles to school and back avery . SO cent bottles for sale at Greene's drug store. HAVE you CHILDREN ——TO -—— EDUCATE FOR - USEFULNESS? -If so, send them to th The largest stpck the lowest prices HYDE^S Drue'Store FLAG. &. thorough, reliable and progressive InstittitloiS.' Unndrefla of .ybnng .men- and women .received their Start In life at the K. B. 0. To farmers boys and girls this course of pracflcal instruo tlon carnot be Q?er-CBtimated. • We stiall be pleased to have you oall al the Co'.iege-and talk over the.matter, or address for catalogue. KHUO'S BUSINESS COULEOE Ba'tle Creek, Mich 2 Stores tores.; Kioar»l»n Rat«i, ChrlitmjM • New Year »83-»03. The Jdiohigan CeoWftl will se between nil .local points- in the. United States and Canada except Toledo Div. «t rate of one and one third fare for the round trip. Date of sale Dec. 24, 25, 20 and 81, Jan, 1st and 2nd; limited to re tarn Jan. 3d, '93 Tickets not good on limited trains 6. 6. 19. and 20. B. Butler keeps the largest stock o: crockery and lamps in the city. djl You can always find the best Cigars at Greene's Drug store. Call and Try ThenfK Save .»nd shoefl at by buying TOUT money Graqe Bros. SEE THE RED FLAC. Ciflciiati, Jaton & ffiaclaiiaf I Time table taking effect Dec. 3, 1892. Trains pass Marshall ariollows: T&uHa ooiue BAST. So. 2B, Toledo Expresg ,.„, «S7 . n 8, Cinolooati Express •<• 841 m A Mew b«rt»lio Cure for File*. We dot intend ta endorse any except arti clw. of genuine merit; we therefore, take pleasure in recpmmeDding to sufferers from Piles in any form, a prompt and permanent cure. The followingleltera speakfer them?: " *I Local Freight....".'.'. .'*...'. 6 50 p i TBA1M8 001NU WIBT. So. 22.Mailand ErpreBSj...... 1115 a n " 2, Cinolnnavi <B B. C. Express,.-..,. .6 21 p o " 34, Kxpreaa., 12 33 an •' i», Local Freight ...:....«!« an All trains daily except Sunday. -. Direct QQuneotions are made at Toledo anr Cinqlnatt witb all roads diverging . ' Traioe 31 and 92 make go od connection at Mon teitb'with the O R. 4 1., and at Allegan with ^ C, * W. M for Qraoid"Rapids. Muetegon and • points north. . v *• . V B.DK.AKE,Oen,M'g'r. ^ i: '-••, ' o: M. >%rHjNni,KR. Qeo. Pass. A«t 0 } .'9;-MI9B..,A'gt:,-!" ' Mrs. }Iary 0. Tyler, M Heppner, wiitesj One pkgi of PyTamid-Pile Cur* en•• tirely cured me of Piles' from •wV.ich I Lnnye • suffered for years, and I hape never bad iho slightest return of them since. „ Mr. B. O'Brien, tlock Blu,ffs, Neb., The pkg. of Pyramid Pile Cur? entirely moved every trace of itehia^piles.:. J?cannot thank you enough fpr it."' ' ! The Pyramid Pila Cure i» a new, certain, painless pur* for every form of Pries, I|; is safe, euro and cheap. A trial" package wil be s*«V free by enclSSisig 8tjWS|i"tq Pj^ajntd G».i Albion, Mich. Any druifBist will get it Ipr ypu if you aajc,r4ia. • Children pry for Fresh eyatgr8.»| Cuoningfaapa,'|. ucwiea,, an * grinding done at C. A'. Ofaesteer^ miU. ^ 'Nogoodtiiiogeiipuld a^gracelasa ' j*if«* *«««« i* a dwelling that u U M mni.n« to {•ndaxed more comfortable, .and age ie-- &|j£i 9$ n?ft??y o^jw usttal pipsw ajwl penal- tittrtB' a judacious^uae of "Eoyal Ruby 1 ' Poet NOV. 20, 1892. order i*i*a«»oo s 06 a. ao; 5 K Qu^l^% 4 T. J.H, SANDERS CHEAPER CAS FOR TO CONSTJMEBS OF GAS FORjFUEL. The Gas Company anounces the^following reduction in prices of Gas for LIGHTING wherever Gas is used ALSO for COOKING or HEATING to take effect on and aftor SEPTEMBER 1st 1898- GAS STOVJS RATSS,$1.60 per 1000 cubic Ft. For aU Gas consumed where a GAS RANGE I* UbOd. • ForaUgasconBumed where COOKING or HE ATING'.STOVES »re ua?d and the monthly Consumption is not lea* tUau 1000 qubio feet •- * w B at • for Gas wed for LIQUTiNG ONLY reoiitiu uuohaugeiaii4J»roM follows: ^^ Less than 1000 cubic ft. in one myytb, $3. 00 per 1000>wbio fc. 5000 cubic ft. and Jebs than lOjQQO cubic-It 1 month ^1,9.0. per 1$W lO^QOO or bver, I'month ^1'bO per 100^ cubig ft»'^. t ._' ' _ (cubic ft,, All the'above rates are uuhjeQl to il.dUcouaf of 10 ct* per r !OOQ cubif "ft" whea _-t|ie- mont-ha biU is pwd in pc-before tb<j 10th of the njioutb next followiiig. ./ V • • The abovJ Bpepial rat0s aro mide to hiiduce.oollsamerji to uaeigaa for odxikiAsand heating *s well as Hshting. ' . =•• .->Experience Prpovss The, ADY ANTAGB ? of Gas lor' Cooking QverE? Clieapei* StdTe €Iie?il>er Fuel, i . , Convenience, ?@"Qver I75 eA§ ?TOV|S ngw jfl use in MAp$HAlJL.,aif SPECIAL REDUCTtiiMSW GA^ FIXTURES. 1 tpf 10 _per cent will Us uu&do froui,regu|ar jriBca.ou all biUa for Q« FisLtar^e &ri pipjjn^ordfeired and eomplfctfcd tro» ' , Sept 1st, 1892; t& April 1st 1895, The MARSHAL LIGHT Co, /; ' • -ffe'' is , -.„_. gQQd." 'Simple, MeauXifrtlt words mean roucjti, bttt to see "The * w »^a*=*r-. • will impress tbe tryth mortf f9rciblyi= AU,metel£_,_ tough ^d seamless, and'n^de IB tiiree pieces qniy,! jt \$f$Mlutely saff and unfo&tkabJe* Like Ai*4dp's • velqus light ts^user softer we r w P r, and toe style: yog. waul;. «end U> u» {or. «tr wcw will send you a temp: aaftiy by «xp««i— yojjr e "^ CO., 4* Park FUe*, M«W Vorfc CI»y. "The ^wTget "SoyaiBuby." For sftle by M. B S^wST- ^il^jfcL D«..I *n;tna a» flhww.

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