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WACO DAILY NEWS, FEBRUARY zk 1892.
Jo dveftise 0uf pejnoval.
We will have out Advertisement Sale THURSDAY and
FRIDAY, February 25th and 26th. This is our Plan:
Every customer during these two days will receive FREE, a
copy of Webster's Handy Dictioncry.
Every 30th customer will receive FREE, an Amateur Photo
graphic Outfit, valued at $5 00.
3d. Every 50th customer will receive FREE, the "Encyclopedia of
Practical Information," valued at $5.00.
4th. Every 100th customer will receive FREE, Bissell's Finest
Nickel Finished Carpet Sweeper, valued at $5.00.
5th. You or your neighbor will get a FINE $30 CARPET FREE ,
Every customer gets a Dictionary FREE. These arc all numbered.
One of these numbers will be placed in a sealed envelope with
"The Waco Day," and announced Sunday morning. The custo
mer whose Dictionary bears this number will be entitled to
A FINE CARPET FREE!
Sleepy competitors will say this is a "scheme." Wideawake buyers
will see that to thoroughly advertise our removal we prefer to
give them $300, rather than spend the same amount with news
papers You get goods at the lowest prices in Waco, besides
getting a share of the $300 given away in these two days.
Keep in mind, that this Sale is to advertise the fact of our
REMOVAL to 525 and 527 Austin Avenue, Corner of
. Botan, President
Ton Padoitt. )
J. K, Rosa, t'aihlei
A. L. Biiowit, Assistant
Piist kTation-a,! Banli,
vac, : : tijxas
CAPITAL, 560C.OOO. SURPLTJB AND PROFITS, 185,000.
lUHKOTOllHK. Hotan, Wm. Cameron, Tom Padgltt. J.;K. Bote, W. V. Tort, W. M.
Kellett, D. 11. WalUce, W. R. Dannies, Wm. Breuitedt, M. A .ikxjper
0T Aooonntsof Banks, Bankers, Merch&nU anduthen are eolloKe't Wo posses uurpsu.m
AcllltlPA fnrmnfcinir "MUctlona
DO YOU NEED
Bill Heads, Statements,
G1RGULAR3 OR DODGERS?
Do you need Cards, Tickets, Tags
or Talkers of any sort?
IS -FULLY j:ijvii'viu
and if you want the very finest
work at the lowest price, come
to The News with your orders.
Dookery & Co., ABsuranoo Agents
rcpresont first rlass companies only.
Every attention paid to placing risks.
Givo us a call at our nowqnarters in
the Providont building.
Strictly In it.
The proprietor of the Royal Barber
Shop and their efficient assistants are
strictly in it. A bettor shave, hair
out or bath cannot bo ionnd auywhero
in tho city than there. Givo them a
Miles' Nerve And Liver Pills
Act on a now principle regulating
the liver, stomaon nud bowels through
the nerves. A new discovery. Dr.
miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness,
bad taste, torpid liver piles, consti
pation. Unequaled for men, women,
and children. Smallest, mildest, sur
est. 50 doses 26 cents, Samples free
atH. ORlsher:& Cos. Drug store 618
(Elegant room moulding slightly
damaeed at your ovn price at Thomp
son's E. E.)
Hilt & Co., the coming great shoe
house of Waoo, 414 Austin avenue,
will open up about the first.
(E. E, Thompson has a lew raoro of
those damagod paints and wall paper
for sale at jour own once.)
(Elegant room"'moulding slightly
damaged at your own price at Thomp
son's E. E.)
E. ETThompson sells wall paper at
oo per roll, real value 15c per roll,
(see those olegant designs in wall
paper from 5o to $2.50 per roll.)
Parker Bros, can sell you goods
below manufacturers prices, Soe
their goods and get their prioos.
Havo you used an Embreo McLoan
Every family in Waco should see
Thompson's Universal Garment Cutter,
at rooms at Hotel St. Clair 8th and
Washington. Ladies in attendanoo.
COKE'S x HALL,
The finest in the City of Waco,
Austin Street, near Eighth, next
to O. J. Miller's Store, commences
Tuesday : Night.
February 23, 1892
and continues three nights. Grand
Orchestra. Dancing the principal
feature of the Fair. Fine supper,
only 35 cents. All sorts of re
freshments, any sort of fun and
amusement. Doors open at 7 p.
m. Admission 25 cts. All cordi
Uunior Sixth mill Vuliliirtoii,
nuts, j., 11. vir.;iNs, ruoFjiiETrtHNN
SJ-Good Toonu and unexcelled table. Vest
ofserYl:o at the mobt reasonable rates. Con
Tenlent to business center of tbe city.
ANIGHT OFF FOR BUSINESS MEN.
Our store will be light
ed by electricity and
will remain open until 10 p.
m. for the benefit of those
who desire to examine our
great display of Texas Pine
WACO FURNITURE CO.
Mr. E. Domnau, of Dallas is in tho
Mrs. Alice- Linoborgor, of Fort
Worth, is in the oity visiting irionds
Mr. .). F. MoKonnonleft this after
noon lor Fort Worth on a business
Hon. Hiohard Harrison, assistant
attorney general, is in tho oity on a
For Spring Millinery Lat
est Novelty in hair goods
highest prico paid for cut
What I Know About Hardware and
Texas has been injured in many
ways. Foreign capital has been kept
out. Times have been made hardor
and tho reputation of our pooplc for
honesty and fair dealing has been
questioned abroad by various blun
ders of our law-makers. Right now
we need a olearbcaded business man
for governor, ono who thoroughly un
dcrstands the follies of the past and is
able to lead the legislature out of tho
old rut into cha incU of mod
ern economic busiuess menthods, a
good lawyor, who knows what it re
quires to make a law stand tho test of
tho courts. First of all such rubbish
as tho oecupation tax law, tho anti
trust law and alien land law should
bo repealed, and next, steps should be
taken to oncourago foreign oapital
into Texas investments and to open
new enterprises and bring Texas baok
on tho road to proRperity. It would bo
hard to find anyone more worthy and
better qualified for goveror than our
townsman, George Clark. What adds
more to the beauty and comfort of a
home than a nice lawn? I still keep
tho celebrated Pennsylvania mower
and havo also added a now make which
is considered st ill better but not
dearer. After many experiments I
havo found tho best mako of garden
hose. It oannot possibly leak, wears
longors and vet is a) cheap as other
Yours for hardwaro,
Smith & Gray's Monthly.
It was in tlio Sabbath school class, and
little 'Liz'beth hud been listening wit!
much interest, to the bcriptural illustra
tion of the shepherd nnd his sheep.
"Now," said the teacher, "tell me who
takes care of the sheep?"
"The shepherd," answered the class in
"That is right; and who else?"
There was silence fora moment. Then
ft little hand was raised with "I know
"You may tell."
And 'Liz'beth answered, with sincero
emphasis, "Ho Peep." Washington Star.
CONRAD! CONRAD! CONRAD
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC
While it is true I have been chosen "fte President 0r the Lonb;
aaa State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUPHIN, deceased, IstfflJ
retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Co;
Py, o all proposals for sapplles, machinery, etc, as well as an other
bonnes communications should be addressed to me here as heretofo
. M PAUL CONRAD,
Have Moved Into Tneir New Quarters
And are now ready to serve their many friends and
Have opened yesterday a lovely line of new Challies.
New Bedford Cords in the latest style.
New Ginghams comprising the latest novelties in Silk stripes
ew jolid o Cjoried Qilks.
The latest fad in Figured CheraS, two tone.
New Percales .
A lovely line of the choicest Torchon Laces.
New Lace and Embroidery Flouncing and the prettiest lot of
Come and look at the Goods. They are Choice and Pretty
and at POPULAR PRICES.
5?X ana 523 Atistim t.
HUgOne Door from Our Old Stand.
CURTIS & GRAND
To 0"ur DiTe'TTT" Store.
f&Vi 'J?l3'!jfLm ' fajf
toves and House Furnishing Goods
C3T7RTI S & RAND
420 AND 422 AUSTIN AVE.,
W. D MAY 1KLTJ, President. J. 1). BELL, Vice Pedcnt. JOHN D. MAYFIELD, Cashier.
The Gity Savipgs Bajik
Will Commence Business March 1, 1892, with
$100,000 CapitaO. Stoolr-
The shares are payable In monthly Installments of two dollars. Anybody can take stock
now because the payments are so small, but In a short time you will not be able to buy tho stock
without paying on enormous premium. See the 01 thiol at oucolf ou want stock,