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X0 - YOU - WJBAR
We cati save you money on them if you do.
m, nC thn het stock and Greatest
clccance, fit, wear and comfort We will do tins for less money than
regular by a big per cent. Wc have a stock of shoes second to none
in Waco. We handle it at less expense to us. Wc sell it at less
cost to the shoe wearer.
No use to name prices here.
Come and see them. If you want
a cheap shoe se have it at $1.00 a
pair to $1.50.
f you want a nicer shoe, good
and dressy, we have it at $1.75.
worth $2.25. At $2.50 such as
sells at $3.00.
In French kids, hand made and
finished we have an elegant line at
$3.00 to $5.00, equal to best S4.00
to $6.00 prices elsewhere.
Remember our basis of business
is to save you money and to suit
and please you.
We have a large and novel line
of latest styles in low quarters.
Here as elsewhere wc sell fancy
goods at staple prices. We
SAVE YOU 50 cents to $1.00 a
Here is the place it pays to
save money on good wear. The
best shoe wears best. We sell it
to you at less than regular prices.
Plain and fancy tops, cloth tops,
no tops at all,, in fact every style
and quality. Prices from 1 5 cents
a pair to $2.50 a pair. J
GOLDSTEIN & MIGEL
REM. ESTATE, FIRE INSURANCE AND LOAN AGENT.
Money to Loan on Farms, Ranches, and all Kinds of City Properly, at Low Rates of Interest
and in Amouats to Suit.
OFFICE: Room No. 10, Provident Building, First Floor.
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
WACO, - - TEXAS.
PAID IN CAPITAL $ioo,ooc
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $io6,ooc
Z. 8. MoLKNDON, President
W. D. LAOY,
O. H. niGQlKSON,
J. T. DAVIS, Vioe-presldent.
J. K. PAKKHB,
THOS. P. ABKEL,
Accounts of bank?, banker1), morohauta, farrairs. meohanlos and other classes nolle! tod.
cay as much attention to small aooounta as lame
to our oolleotlon department, and retnlfa da
all the principal points of tho Dnltod States and
The Kelliim & Rotan Investment Go.
A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULLEN, Secy.
Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms.
, Botan, President
' ''Ice Presidents.
Piist 3Ta,ti:ri.a,l BamJs,
AVACO, : : TKXAS
CAPITAL, $500,000. SURPIjTJB AND PROFITS, $85,000.
nniEOTOltH-K. Kotan, Wn, Cameron, Tom Padgltt, J. ;K. Boca, W..V. Tort, W. M.
tellett,;n. It. WalUce, W. R. Dunnlca, Wm. Ureustedt, M. A '.Cooper.
HETAooounta of Banks, Bankers, Merohaats and others aro sollotte'l We possess nnrpaums
Acllltloa for making oolleotlon s.
We can give you
variety of styles. We give you
Wc carry the best line of men's
shoes toljc had for all purposes.
Tlio Host Shoo In America!
We warrant it wear, to fit and
to give perfect comfort. We
give another pair for any pair that
We also have many other
brands of well made shoes, at
prices from 50 cents, to $1.00 a
pair less than usual.
Are special prices and yery low:
Men's shoes worth? 1.75
Men's shoe formerly
sold at '$2.50 to $3.00.
A good assortment
really worth 54-5 to
$5.00 a pair.
The best $5.00 shoe in
op 'fin ti's p"ce we are
0J.UUclosing out J.S.Turner's
celebrated $ixq shoes; also
several other makes 01 men s
fine shoes in all styles worth
$6.00 to $7.00 a pair.
A handcome line of slippers, Ox
fords and fancy shoes.
B. BLACK, Oashlsi
We give personal and ipeolal attentlot
nAUUlUft. UUUgUb OMU V1U Ul
- VLstin. St.
$jp o J? $ C3 C C
J. K, Boas, Cashier.
L. B , V Assistant
NEWS, MARCH 26 i892.
Mr. John A. Smith of Dallas is in
Dr. E. E. Diokinson of Dallas is at
Mr. W. B. Woody of Rockdalo ib
at tho Paoifio today.
Mr. Arthur Armstrong of' Fort
Worth is in tho oity.
Mr. W. 0. Hamilton of Comancho
is registored at tho Paoifio.
Mr. Tom Maddin has returned from j
a business trip to Van Zandt oounty.
Prof. John Calhoun Fremon Kygor
is in EJdy attonding the teacher's
Mr. 0. A. Wostbrook of Larona is
in in the oity. Ho is autographed at
Mr. J. Gordon Brown, a well
know financier of Austin, is in the
city today. Ho is quartered at tho
Mr. Win. F. Smith returned last
night from Eddy, Now M'exioo. Ho
is well pleased with that country but
has not decidod to loavo Waco yet.
Mr. II. P. Hughos of Donison, Gon
eral Passenger and Ticket Agent of
tho Missouri, Kansas and Texas Rail
way was in tho oity yesterday aftor
noon. The following teachers of tho Waco
publio sohools aro uttonding the Mo
Lennan County Teacher's assooiation:
Prof. J. M. Ferguson, Mrs. Oliphant,
Mrs. Ralph Conger and Misses
Ulander and Hutohenridor.
For Spring Millinery Lat
est Novelty in hair goods
highest price paid for cut
4OO AUSTIN ST.
What I Know About Hardware and
Unfortunately we have bat one
politioal party. Tho primaries, with
their barefaced fraud and sham, re
ally control tho elections. In city
elections whoro there aro no prima
ries, wo nave numerous purchasable
voters. Men without responsibility
who pay no taxes. Tho candidates
who manage thia vote, are usually
successful, or in other words, the illit
arato irresponsible class who pay no
taxes, idetormino who shall rulo the
oity. 1 know a romedy. Disfranchise
every ono who buys or sells his voto?
Keep thoir names on tho county re
cords and advortiso them in tho pa
pers. What party or legislature has
tho moral courage to pass suoh a law?
This wook I offer a low bargains: G
boxes Paragon axle greaso for 25c,
duok horse collars slightly damaged
25o each, Frenoh kitchen- knives 20a,
oaoh, stonowaro Blightly damaged fo
a gallon. Carpet stretchers 525o,
bread and ironing boards 60c eaoh,
mail boxes 75c eaoh, witewash brush
es 25o, gong bells 3oo, bit braces 25c,
pruning shears 50o eaoh. Ed.
Strauss', Corner Fourth and Maryfl
5 & 10 Cent Store.
Chair scat lOo
Wash pan lOo
Cream pitcher lOo
Sugar bowl 10c
Butter dish lOo
Slop bucket 40c
Lamp chimney 5o
Good towol lOo
Big dipper lOo
(i tumblers 25o
G goblets 25c
Sugar buoket I3oo
Child's swing 35o
Mop handle 15c
Dinnor buoket 25o
Good lantern 00c,
Kitchen lamp 40o
Washboard 10 0
Gallon buokot lOo
Men's jackets 25o
Account book lOo
Box tooth pi'ks lOo
CUMMINS' 5 & 10 GENT STORE,
?03 Austin avo., bet. Gth and 8th Bts.
We aro pleased to call attention to
advertisement of Mr, Edward Toby,
Jr., which appears onjsixth pago. It
will be noted that his next olass be
gins April 5th and it is well for those
who aro in noed of a course in book
keeping to take advantage of this
opportunity. His torms aro very
moderato boing only $32.50 for course
complete inoluding books.
Lack & Greonberg, raorohan
tailors, 414 Austin stroot aro pro
pared to do the very finest work in
their lino. Give them a call.
Mon's $3.00 Woarwoll
shoes at Hilt
1 g f pii
In fact, everything yon
can be found
Nos. 420 and 425 Austin
ARTESIAN STEAM LAUNDRY
OPEN I'OU miSlNKSS KAUI.Y NIJXT
Somo Account of 11 HiiNliieNK Ito
loiiciuvr to tlio IV cm- Urn. of firnuil
rive Story Mullilliijrs, TOniiimotlt
IU11U, Electric Street Cum and Iliir
Tho new steam laundry, 211 South
Fourth street which, after months oi
preparation, will opon up about Mon
day next, is of such a character as will,
surprise people" and which just fits
the new era on which "Waco is enter
ing. Just as the mule street car has
gone to the dust pile before the elec
tric streetcar and tho little squ.it two
story business buildings are giving
place to grand four and five story
palaces, so the wash tub and wash
board and other crude appliances of
washing are bound to go before a
laundry business run by machiney,
moved by a twenty-horse power en
gine in which washing, rincing, dry
ing, sprinkjng, starching, mangling
and ironing are all done by wonderful
machinery as wonderful as any great
applied inventions of the 19th century,
and with a capacity to do easily all
the. washing of fitly thousand people
The new firm of laundrymen, Mr. J.
P. & Geo. A. Wood, who havo given
to Waco this grand plant, will proba
bly have an opening day in which
visitors will be invited, and then those
who see this plant in operation will
have occasion to open their eyes.
Previous to that a brief description
may not be amiss.
The new laundry, to be called the
Artesian Steam laundry occupies the
entire building, 211 South Fourth
street, 150 feet in depth and is filled
with the latest improved washing ma
chinery. The wells, tanks and ar
tesian pipes aro on an immense scale.
A sidetrack runs to the building where
coai cars are unioaaea at once into
great coal bins. The engine is of
twenty-horse power connected by;
shafting and belting all over the build
ing. There are two immense washing
machines run by steam with a capaci
ty incredibe and here the washing is
done faster than one can think and
cleaner than any hand work. The
rinser is a marvel of a machine. There
is no wringing or twisting. With the
unimaginable revolution of 1200 times
a minute in a flood of pure water the
clothes in a moment are thoroughly
rinced and come out nearly dry. They
are passed from this into an immense
drying room of hot air and are dried
in twenty minutes. The starching is
done by fine machines two in number,
one for collars and cuffs tho other
for other articles. The ironing is done
by three machines. One is an enor
mous mangle for sheets, pillow cases,
etc. The wonderful machine will iron
20,000 pieces a day. Another is for
cuffs and collars alone with a capacity
ot 30,000 pieces, and the third for
other goods. Thus from inception
of the dirty clothes the work is done
by wonderful machinery till the
clothes white assnow.andinform most
periect go into the sorting and mark
ing rooms a thing of beauty.
The plant is one of the finest in the
country, The entire cost will, with
teams and dolivery wagons and other
s co r
need for 3'our house
Ave., WACO, TEXAS.
appliances, fall little short of ten
thousand dollars. Money has been
spent freely, the ambition of the pro
prietors being to make the new laund
ry one of tho best. The capacity is
immense. The best and most skilled
workmen havo been engaged and the
Artesian Steam Laundry will be one
of the grandest things in the new
Waco. It is such establishments as
this which build up a city If the firm
have a visiting day no one, especially
no lady, should fail to see what in
vention has done for woman, turning
that most menial of all drudgery of
washing into a poem of beauty in
motion and cleanliness.
Y M. C. A.
The Successful Members' Meeting:
Last rUght Some Fine Gym
The reception tendered the mem
bers of the Young Men's Christian
association by, the reception committee
of the association at the rooms last
night, was a success in every way.
The evening entertainment opened
with an address by Mr. J. E. Boyii
ton, president of tho association. His
address was followed by a song by the
Baylor quartett. After the song the
main feature of the evening's enter
tainment, an exhibition by a team
from the different clsses of the gym
nasium department jwas carried.
The team was taken from
the senior, junior and students7
classes, the personel as' fol
lows: Ben Little, B. F. Huff, B. H.
Hill, J. B. Cooper, Fletcher Lewis,
Edgar Ragland, Louis Mimms, John
Sears and George Caufield. The ex.
ercises consisted of body drills, par
allel and horizontal bar, tumbling,
leaping and ring drills. Some of the
feats performed were difficult and
done in a style that would have beea
a credit to professionals. The spe
cialty work of John Sears on the
rings won for him an encore, while
the work of lien Little, on the hon-
zontal. B. F. Huff, tumbling and
summersaults, and George Caufield in
all round work won for them rounds
of applause. The work reflected great
credit on Mr. Shattuck, tho director,
who unfortunately was debarred from
taking his place on acount of recent
illness. Mr. Ben Little was the lead
er and director for the evening.
After the exerises were over the
crowd enjoyed a lunch and spent the
evening in games, music and conver
sation. Vote or Thanks.
At a regular meeting of MoLennan
lodge, Independent Order, of Odd
Follows, No. 241, a vote of thanks
was tondorcd all thoso who assisted
the oommitteo in getting up tho late
anniversary celebration. Espeoial
thanks was tendered Miss Laura Tatca.
for valuable ossistanoe rendered.
J. B. Tullis,
Chairman of tho Committee.
Tug News U authorized to announce that P.
II I'oape la a candidate for ro-ele3t!on to the
olllco of county tax assessor, bubjeel to the no
tlon or tha Jicinocratlc party.
Jno. Meir Railroador shoes at Hi't
& Co's., 4x4 Austin street.
cured at home with
outpaln. Hook of pur.
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