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THE EVENING NEWS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1894.
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Clothing Buyers, IT IS FOLLY
To talk of discounts when we will sell Clothing for Men and Boy?, fully 25 per cent
cheaper than any bankrupt, discount or any other sale in Waco. The reason is plain
we are going out of Clothing and must sell them to make room for other departments.
If a merchant did give you 25 per cent, discount on his $i2.co suit, you would pay him
$9.00 for a suit we arc selling right now at $7.95, and the same on all other grades. We
save you nearly 50 per cent, on anything and everything in clothing.
In order to entirely close out goods on hand
we have postponed stock taking and will
make a ereat January clearing sale in all de
partments. From cellar to ceiling goods must go
At prices that will sell them. Money and quick sales are our oDject,
and profit and cost of no consideration. Everything goes-Silks,
Calicoes, Shoes, Corsets, Cloaks, Blankets, Millinery and Ladies'
and Men's wear of all kinds will be
We mean exactly what we say and will save you fully 25 per cent,
on all goods you buy from us in January.
Suits Filed In llic District Court
Tho following suits were filed
this morning in tho Fifty-fourth
B. Alexander vs. L. Zapadinsky,
suit on promiiaory-note and for fore
closure of vendoi'ri 1 eu,
J. F. Cervetik, a tiled suit against
Joseph Bot3sb, in which ho alleges
that defendant had circulated vile
reports concerning him and wants
damages in tho sum of $5,000 for
Capt. T. A. Blair, county attor.
noy, brought suit for the state in
the Nineteenth district court today
against the unknown heirs of A. B.
Fraziei, deceased. It is a suit to
forfeit all rights, titlo and interest
of defendants hi and to quarter sec
tion No. 2 of section 51 of the Uni
versity lands, situated in McLennan
county, and sold by plaintiff to A.
B. Frszier on the eighth day of
May, 170. Plaintiff alleges that
A. B. Frazier made default in pay
meut of interest and principal.
Probate ma.ters occupied tho at
tention of the county court this
morning. Laura Amis and Clar
rissa Amis, were adjudged of un
The former was ordered to be
taken to tho Southwestern Insane
asylum at S3n Antonio, but the lat
ter was not required to be placed
Tiic Cold Wave is Coming.
Notwithstanding tho extreme
mildness of the weather and the
brightness of te sun, tho people
may look for a cold wave. Winter
is nrt over by any means, and the
best thing to do is to prepare for it,
The J. Hansel Wood Clothing Co.
gives one every opp rtuniiy to do
so. Their sale of clothing and.
win'er underclothing continues to
attract considerable attention, as it i
seldom the publio have the chance
to purohase a fine grade of snoods at
a reduction of 20 per cent. This
offer will continue in force until tho
1st of Feburary. Embrace the
chance. It is a rare offer.
Keep Up With the Times,
don't cling to the imperfect things.
Do you use cereal foods on your
breakfast table? Then yon need
cream. Borden's Peerless Brand
Evaporated Cream is deoidedly
superior in richness and flavor to
ordinary milk or cream.
There is no mistake about it,
Kirk & Reesiog C3u give you 3 fit
that will bo comfortable and at the
same time look elegant. They C3rry
a fall line of the latest patterns.
Go around and give them your or
der and try one of their fitB, yon
will find them at 314 Austin
No. 4 Best coil in the market.
A Treat It
The entertainment to bo given at
tho oper3 house next Wednesday by
Miss Wotlow promises to be one of
tho artistic treats of tho season. In
addition to three numbers by Miss
Weslow herself, who is facile
princeps among Waco vocalists,
those pretent will erjoy the oppor
tunity of hearing Miss McCulloch
and Mr. Rmiiok upon tho instru
aunts of which tiny are, respective
ly, masters, and Miss Selig will be
heard in recitations. It is sufficient
in W3co, where Miss Selig is not
known, to say that she is worthy of
a placo anions the artists with whom
she is classed on this occasion. An
evening of rare eDJoyment is in
store for those who appreciate artis
Slate and County Taxes.
Tax Collector Primm states that
since the 1st inst., f 10,000 of Btate
and county taxes have been collected.
Tho greatest rush was on Monday
and Tuesday last. On these two
days flj.OOO were paid in. It is a
good record for tho mouth.
At the residence of the bride's
father, near Robinson, last evening
at 8 o'clock, Miss Minnio Crowder
and Mr. Ed Moore were united in
marriage, Elder M. L, Davis per
forming the ceremoi y.
Quite a concourse of friends wf re
assembled, who eDj'oyed, with tho
newly married, a splendid wedding
Tho wedding party partock of a
dinner today given by the groom's
mother at her home at Robinson.
Died at l!ruccille.
Mrs. Mittio Broik, daughter of
Col. E, Tom Cox. did at Bruceville
Tuesday night. Tho funeral took
Mr. J. C. J. King, Jr., and Miss
Flora Dickey, were married 3t 11:30
this morning at the First Presby
terian church, Rev. S. A. King, D.
D., officiating. Mr. and Mrs. King
left on the ea3t bound Waco and
Northwestern for Washington and
other eastern cities immediately
after tho ceremonv.
Wauled in Dallas County.
Officer Clay wont down to Rose
bud yesterday and returned last
night, having in custody Bill Moses,
a negro, who is wanted in Hill
county and Dalhs county to answer
You will always have it if Climax
Pills ore used when you are bilious
or troubled with indigestion 25 cenu
& box. Try thtni.
Climax Oil should be in every
house; the best family medicine on
the market for all pain, colic and
nervous troubles. For sale by all
Transfers of Real Estate.
Transfers of real estate reported
by Waco Abstract and Investment
Company, room 17, Provident
Building, Waco, Texas, Jan. 1,
P L Harrill to W G Grimes tt
al., lots 1, 2, ., 1, j and 0, block
9, West, 5-1230.
Luraia Evaus to L J Spencer,
part of Evans homestead on North
-Seventh street, to perfect title.
C R Williams and wife to J A
Il3y, 100 acres Lee R Davis survey,
O R Williams and wife to Jno K
Clark, 100 acres Lee R Davis sur
V N Temple and wifo to W T
Torrtncr, 53 acrts Kile and Reed
Geo F Robertson and wife to C
W Dunn and wife, lots S, 9 and 10,
block 3, Moody, $S00.
Wm Naler and wife to W W
Dunn, part of the B D Naler sur
vey, at Moody, $130.
J W Downs to J II McMurry.
291 acres O'Campo grant, f973 50.
ti D Borden et al. to M E Bor
den, lot 14 and south half of lot
13, bkek 12, Davis and Marable
addition to West, 1 etc.
Juliua Lorei v. and wife to S H
Wynu, 20u acres Henry Pearson
Jno B Hudspeth to D C Freeman,
237 acres K P Hammock etirvey,
D C and M E Freeman to Jno B
Hedspeth, 2 37 acres R P Hammock
T I) Williams et al. by constable
to Jasper Japsen, lots 3 and G,block
7, FairvieiV addition, il02.
J J Rozell et al. to T VV Rozell,
interest iu.part of Mary Ware survey,
G E Sanders ar.d wifo to M L
and A F Rodgers, 100 acres W F
Chapman survey, $2725.
Eli Jones and wifo to ChrUtiau
Clay, 200 acres T II Birron survey,
love and affection.
Wm Wustou and wife to D C
Bolinger, part cf riman Cikes track
on South Eighth street, $1050.
W D Hardeman aud wife to II J
Smith, 10 acres Mauohac3 grant,
G II Dodge to S E Wilkirson,
block 1H, Eddy. $25.
In one minute tho Climax Oil will
relieve rheutnatio, sciatic, nip kidney,
chest, and all muscular pains, and
weakness. Don't fail to try it. Sold
by all druggists at 50 cents and $1 a
A child saved from the jaws of
death by tho timely uso of Climax
Oil, tho best medicine on earth for ill
What You Bhoud Do.
In tho spring take Climax Blod
Elixir and get your system in good
shape for the summer. For sale by
Are You Bilious?
If so take Climax Pills and be
relieved. They are the true health
pills Bold by druggists.
Meet and Organize the Waco Bird
Club Officers Elected.
A number of ladies and gentle
men, interested in ornithology, and
in the protection of the birds, met
at the Pacific hotel last night and
organized "The Waco Bird Club."
The object of the club is to have or
dinances and laws passed by the
different cities of Texas, and the
state itself, for the protection of the
Tho t Ulcers elected were: Mrs.
S. W. Slayden, president; Mrs. D,
C. liwlinger, vice-president and
treasurer; Mrs. C. C. McCulloch,
custodian of specimens; J. K.
Strecker, corresponding sooretary;
Bertie Combs, recording secretary.
Another meeting will be held
soon, when delegates will bo chosen
to attend a s'ate meeting, which
will be called in the near future.
The members of the club are
sincere and earnest, and will doubt
less be able to accomplish much by
concerted action with sympathizer
in other oitiia.
A STRANCE CASE.
How an Enemy was Foiled,
anlilt- s1atomr.ni .m .
itu.est: "I rmnotaZa
-s. 1 had to rub andfi
1 nu llMimwn uriijmu- biaiPTHOnt frill l
r-n-nl i Iff. Inlniun lilt l'lii-l ' I .......... '"1
the numb, cieepysonsatlou
arms, hands ami less. 1 had to rub anil t
mo'-u im until uiuv wuru Mirp nm..i
In a measure tho dead feeling thallMdUhl
po esslon of them. In addition. I hid
biLingu vcaKuess in my u;ick ami around 1
naM, together with tin Indescribable 'mJ
(oeliii" In mv Btomarh. I'lirslH-ina ..'TS
wasrieepln' paralysis, from which, veal
Ins to their universal conclusion, there' Is J
relief. Onco it fastens upon a person ttS
Mr. Robert Nettles and Miss
Gussio M. McMillin were married
at the First Baptist church last
night. Immediately after tho
ceremony the brido aud groom re
paired to their future home at 1400,
North Sixth street, where a recep
tion was held.
Alter using Climax Oil for any pain i
if it docs not give perfect satisfaction
return the bottlo aud you can get
your inonoy baok, Wo know wbat it
will do. Don't try any other. 6ld
by all druj.'gibts.
Climax Pills ouro liver ills, jaun
dice, biliousnoss, siok headache and
oonstipation. 25 cents a box at al
sav.lt continues lis Insidious tirn?nu..'
It readies a -vital point and tho suirnn.
Such was my pro-pert. 1 had been doctor'
a venrand a half steadllv. hut. lih .:
tleular benefit, when I saw mi aleruijl
of I)r Miles' Kestoratlve Ncr me, procutsdi
uuillUrtBU ar,.u u-iiii, ,i. J'iUlIOU3 SI
may seem, hut a few days had pic d fej
uvi'i uuui mui. li u,-,j ivuiiii liau icit
and thero has not been ecn tho slid
Indication ot us return, l now fcl
well as I over did. and ha
pounds In weight, thouch I had run doi
hum 170 to W7. l'our others h.nn ik t
Miles' Hestoratlvo Nervine, on mv r!
datlon, audit liasbeenassatistactorylntij
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Dr. Miles' Kestoratlve Nervine. Issoldbji
urufcKi-is mi . i'-n.iu uuruuu'e, or
direct by tho Dr. Miles Medleul i i F'kl
Ind., on leceipt of price, ;1 m tie,
uoliies rort.i, express prepam. nijires;
ODiatcs or uaaKcrou.-. urus,.
Sold by all drucrcistf.
i,Lrc f n potcne; I
O- '- ft., .i ,
Cni r i, StttmtitoU
rrr i un, s, SelDiiii
ouj ,V Prlct l'Al
tOX" , $ ' I
9 r I'cntij
Doctors recommend Climax Blood
Elixir bocause it has nevor failed to
give good results, Sold by all drug-cists.
After One Thing Comes Another.
Now Spring is here and you should
have your system in good shape for
the summer. Climax Blood Elixir
will cure you of any blood trouble or
disorder of the stomach and bowels
Sold under a positive guarantee by all
n 0 Kisheu & Co.,
J B, Coi n sa, J'n S'ore
fllftlll' Ak for White Crest'
1 1UII1 , tak0 uo otner-
W. K. Finks & Co.
515 Austiu Ave, Waco, Tfias.
Conceded by a cultured dittoing
to stand unrivaled in its stock oUe
matured liquors, well kept m!t
cnoioo wines, standard brands
cigars and talented service
Our culinary department is ilnl
supplied with the pick of the marla
and tho yarious deheauesseu;
noted for its attentive service atl
Family orders receivo special i
and attontion. Telephone No. 21,
W. E. ARMSTRONG, Proprletol
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