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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 20 i8g2
to Evening Ms
Chanqe of Business
Places Thirty Thousand Dollars
worth of
Ine Clothing,
Upon the Market to be Closed Out
By February 1st
We have just leased from Mr. E. A. Stnrgis the adjoining store (the two
on February 1st the style of the firm will be changed. In order to
that date, we realize that some deep cuts in prices must be made,
Bote
lareMg
CHOICE OF
n r rt
u w m
In two and three Button Cutaways and Sacks, worth $12.50 to $16.50
Choice at $9.95.
Tlii Une is Very Attractive.
BOYS SUITS.
Choice of Boy's Knee Suits on our counters, best fitters,
in the city, at $5.75. Call early and get first choice.
All 65 cent and 75 cent goods at 50 cents. All 1.00 goods at 75 cents. AH $1.25 and $1.50 goods at
$1.00. All $1.75 goods at 1.25.
A line of Star, Manhattan and Wilson Bros. Shirte, sold elsewhere at $1.25, this Sale at 75 cents.
As to Underwear and Hats our prices will make you buy whether you really need
them now or not. Now remember that
THE MAN FROM ARKANSAW
Never makes an advertisement or quotes a price that he does not carry out to the
letter. First come, first served.
By February 1st we will be able to show you the prettiest Clothing Store in
Central Texas. Wishing you all a happy and prosperous New Year, I remain the
people's friend,
J. HANSEL WOOD
123 South Fourth Street, : "Waco, Texas
Hats andGent's Furnishini
GOODS
the following fpices :
MEN'S SUITS
I On our Couuters including
Double ' and Single Breasted Prince Alberts, Kound and bquare
Cut Sacks, in Samonia and Clay Worsteds,
Meltons and Chester Moses Cheviots, form
er prices $18.00 to $25.00 at only
MEJNC ?A.NFT1B.
ANY PANT ON OUR COUNTERS AT $5.00.
Boy's fCpee pants.
Sale.
stores to be consolidated) and
close out the entire stock by
but we feel equal to the task.
two and three button Cutaways,
itouna ana square
$15.50.
What Do You Want?
On yon want gcnttt
Do you want lanlU?
Do you want n Partner
Do yon want a Situation!
l)o you wnntto buy Anything
Do yon want lltmbanilor WlIeY
Doycuwant noardenmr I-odRorar
Do you want any Hnlp," malo or fomalaT
Doynu wnnt Servants, Clerkr or Mechanic?
Do you want to rent a Hoom, llotifo or Storol
Do yon want to null your Good-will and Fix
turesf
Do Xou want to Kent or Sell jour House, of
fice, Lot or rami?
Do yoa want to Hut or Sell a (lone. Wagon, or
any kind of Vehicle?
tlave you Lost or H' und anything!
Into ou second hand Goods of nnykltdthM
yon wish to sell or exchange?
Personals or Matrimonial Advertisements?
tf so, Thk Nswn will publish an ailrortlse
merit In tho Want Col'iran forOVKO'-N'" I'KR
WOUD per day, or KIVK CKNTS IKH WOHD for
ono wees, seven days
Tn Nkws is tho on y paper that boob Into
nearly every readlne household In Waco, and
besides circulating largely In adjoining towns
Hundreds can bo referred to who have profitably
tdvertlsed In ltB"Wnnt" columns.
Waco Evening News
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS.
Advertising In this column obarged a th'
ratp of one cent per word Tor each Insertion.
Cash mnst accompany the order, excopt whore
ordered by a regular advorllsor.
WANTED.
...AN'rilll-Mtuatlon bv an elderly ladv
W as house keeper. Addrcas Lock llox 45J
12o Ht
WANT Ell A LADT TO CANVA8 KOIl
Deltarte goods. Apply at 4nn)i Austin
street. 1 ruf Mits Does.
w
ANTEII-To buy 'ome nlco second band
ofllco fixtures. Address News ofllco.
w
ANTED To hnv a secondhand book-
caput iuuri uu cucup Ai'Vj noiva
ofllco
WANTED To buy n second hand flat ton
desk. Must bo cheap. Address Desk
News ofllco.
WANTED To buy Second hand Knrnlturo,
Stoves, Carpets, tools, Kvcrj thing.
Waco urloslty Shop.
WANTED 1'artlcn who want to Invest In
In tho rich Bpricnlturnl lands of Centrul
Texa, to soml their address to TJ1K WACO
DAILY NEWS. Information famished frcu.
WANTED Ono thousand old snlts to
clean at 803 North Fourth street. A.
Friedman, snecessor tolho Little Frenchman.
6-21-t
WANTED Position by n boy of 17, In of
flee of romo good monthly or weekly
paper Can give bo.i of references. 'Iwoy nrs
experience. $7.fj0ptr wotk Address Jim A.
Fore, Uutesvll e, icxas.
MISCELLANEOUS
LllsT On booth Eleventh, goldcufT intton,
reward by returnlngio T. J. Uaitholcmons
TOM, Austin btrtet. 1 t
FDD llEN's V nlcodwclllng-housc App y
toT. A.Btalr. lMtf
FOIt KENT Part of my dwelling. 718,
I)nttn street Call at store 4 o Austin
street l-5tf Mkh Dots.
Foil KENT One snlteof rooms on fl'st
floor, and ono somh loom on second floor.
Apply to Mrs. Harmon, corner or Eighth a d
Vt ushlngton trcti. tf
PEKSONAL Will the gortleman who nn
ititoLtionally carried a whlto bandit d silk
umbrella ont m the telegraph ofllco or tho
Co' ton Kelt t ckct ollUo, about a week ago,
pleaeo icturnlt to liiENhWHolllce. l M tf
A LIVE Florist can heir of a good opening,
Appl at this ollloo, cr Eigth aud Clay
streets. tf
LIME At Gaunt Bros. Fifteenth anil Jack
streets Itoik l.lm" or Blacked Lime
Portland, Bcaouilale and LoulsvIUo Cement,
12 10 1 uio
7011 A I. E Old papers at 20 cents per hun
dred at Thk r Essoinee.
FOK KENT Furniture, Stoves, Sewing
Machines, Kverjtblng. Waco curiosity
Shop, C17BUC CIS Anstln street.
Foil HI.IS'l 7looni houfo 1 n Duton street
mnrMntli. Only $15 a month. M. O.
Kingsbury Co., G17 and 0 9 Austin street.
FOH SALE At Cost! AtCngtl AU'ost!
Jewelry, Clocks, bllver Plated Knives
Forks, SnoonB, hniikln lllnm, 1'mkol and
Table CuIUry, SterliLOpts, Ink Stands, Pio
ture Frames and Notions, This Is the II '
time weeycradvLTtlsed to sell at cost but we
rieslre to handle only New Fnniltnru and
Second band gooes of all kinds. Waco Curloa
lty Shop.
Ti:ii:i'llM:-GauntItr08. for Post Oak
or Ash cord wood, tuo wood ir tire
place wood cnt any length, 12 10 1 mo
LADIES.ATTENTION!
Woman, Lovely woman, one bottlo of ray
celehrntid Tonti will permanently enlarge
yonr firm I Indies in Ujdays, nud make yon
as beautiful as Cleopatra, or money refunded.
Prlco only .O0, Womnn's en y true friend,
for it ne er rails. Ionti, glori us 'Ionti
will make the leanest person Tat and remove
those horrid wrinUtB. Sen J for sealed circu
lar. Mile Kit M1I.1 UK
241 WAiueu AMiiUt, Chioauo, Ills
Lacy's Urior Croak Coal.
One ton $5.60; one half ton $.i.00;
ono fourth ton $1.75.
Stockholders Hooting.
Tho annual meeting of the stnok
holdors of the Waco Oaa company
will bo held at their offico in VVaoo
on Monday Jan. 25th, 1892, at 12
o'clock for the purponf of rlocting
directors for tho ensuing year.
JohnL. BitooKKNimooon,
Secretary.
m .
20 Hockport lots eold in ono day this
week. Who will be the next to buy
in Waco addition to Rookport? No
bottor investment can bo made,
J. E. Anderbon.
Local Time Card.
It Irnmr.rt , hunana A Texus,
.'fSKURorlmlns Sonth Bound
No. arrives ,, ,i2lu a.m.
No. 1 i.tw. 12:a a. a.
No, 3 strives ..'.,1k p, m.
No.SifuviB .. ltlOp. a.
Noitli Hound.
No, i arrives ?:Wa.m.
No. Ilrovet lira a, m,
N. arles '10 p.m.
No. Ileavert s-JOp, m.
'Iuavis Jonas,
Ticket Agent, Pacito Hotel Blook.
Cotton Holt Koule.
ootHM vx.it.
Train No. 1 leaves llifOa.M,
Train ao 1 arrives KvlSa.m,
MOIVO BV.
Tra'n No. 'i nrrlves B:lBp m
Train ho, a Usvet 6:30 p in
'Ketween Waco and at. Lonls solid train via
Paracpnld to 81. Louie ou Iron Mountain trtok
Into union Depot.
W. B. QlLLBSrtR,
UltyTloketomoeatHo.ua Sonth FourlB.
H.il.f.
fNo.RS Arr flilSa.m,
wbonnd. :: gJS::r-v. wS5:S:
Ea.t bound. V. fi-"
I" ML't 8:0p. ra.
W. K. OWENS. Ticket Asnt,
Under Paoiflo Hotel Block, Opposite Pott offiee.
Nnu Autonln and ArmihaN Pna.
SODTn noDNI)--H0. 32.NOIETH IIOCDIO, SI
Lv Waco at 15 a. m. Arrives 11 W p. m. ,
South Hi und f'elpht rMrh will carry ls
eiiRers,,leavebWacnat IS 46 p.m.
-T-A.ECB
"$&r
TO ALL POINTS
NORTH AND EAST.
THE0DHH TEAIIS CiEBY
PULLMANn SLEEPER8
Between roiaii 1b 1LI1
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
KANSAS CITY.
Also FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS
Taylor ind Kansas Cliy and Hannibal,
mi ciuimu utti n m nir i cities
trains o( eastern anil Doncllnci, mlt
tne I . l. h T. E'y the M line to
New York.Boston Moiitrea) aitl St.Fa r
A. S. DODGE,
Trafllo Msnsgtr. Si. Louie, Mo,
H.P HUGHES,
Gon. Pam. Apx , Dallac, Tex.
E B. PAltKER,
Aspist. Gen. Puts. Agt. St Louis, Mo,
-THE-
Cotton Belt Route
(St. LouisSouthwestern Ry.) J
I IPA
St, Louis, Cairo, Memphis
I
AND ALL POINTS BEYOND.
Fr oo Rocllnlner Chair Cars
and Pullman BulTot Slooporsl
Two Daily Trains To
MEMPHIS
f 'Xtm ALL POINTB DEYOMD.
TIic Only Lino dlT.rlDJr PM...
gera to connecting readiatMEMMIIS wlth
I out long and dliagrceablo omnlbna traa.
' fer aoron the city.
The Only Lino th through !!
lnKcarierrlc between TOBTWORTn an4
KKMPUI8.
TllO Only LinO withthronghcar.cr.
vies between MHMPrflS tad potnU In OB
TKAX.TEIAH.
The Shortest Route
TO ALL POINTB IN THE
All Tcz&i Lines hT tbrongh UcVeta on eale tU
The Cotton Belt Route
' Batat, mapi Uioe table and all InforraatiM
trill be cieerfally forelahed on application tK
ut agent of the company, or
n.M.OABTBS. ir.ir. rjfMjn.B. t
tVV'lIng Fmi' Ag't. 1 U'U'aM' Ag Unr
9U .Worth, Zu. teluE, TjUu, Tec

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