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WACO DAILY NEWS, JANUARY 22 iS92
Ifaco Evenini flews
Chanqe
PIace Thirty Thousand Dollars
worth of
Fine Clothing, Hats antat's Furnishing
GOODS
Upon the Market to be Closed Out
By February 1st
We have just leased from Mr. E. A. Sturgis the adjoining store (the two stores to be consolidated) and
on February 1st the style of the firm will be changed. In order to close out the entire stock by
that date, we realize that some deep cuts in prices must be made, but we feel equal to the task.
Sote iarefulli ttie followiiig IriGes :
CDDice Dfany Suit
CHOICE OF
In two and three Button Cutaways and Sacks, worth $12.50 to $16.50
Choice at $9.95.
This Line i 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. All $1.25 and $1.50 goods at
$r.oo. AU$1.75 goods at gi.25.
r3 EEE! HZ bCV dm r3 -
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, : g Waco, Texas
of Business Sale.
MEN'S SUITS.
On our' Couuters ("includine
Double '" and Single Breasted Prince Alberts, Round and Square
Cut Sacks, tn Samonia and Clay
Meltons and Chester Moses Cheviots, form
er prices $18.00 to $25.00 at only
busk itp.&.ra'T.
ANY PANT ON OUR COUNTERS AT $5.00.
Boys (pee pants.
two and three button Cutaways,
ts, Kouna ana square
; $15.50.
Worsteds
' 'i
v
Want?
Do yon want Acrnt'f
1)0 you want I'uplla?
Doyon want a I'artmrl
Do you want a Situutlon;
I)o you want to buy Anytblnir'
Do yon want n Iluaband or Wile!
Do ycu want Hoarders or IiOilfiarel
Do you want any "Help," male or ffmnlof
Do you want Rervants, C'lctke or Mechanics
Do you want to rcntnlloom, Home or Sterol
Do you want to rail your Good-will and r lx.
turcsf
Do ou want to Kont or Bell J our Iloaeo, Of
fice, Lot or Farm?
Do yon want to Iluy or Boll a Horse, Wagon, or
any kind of Volilclo?
Hove you Lost or lA.und anything?
Ubyo ou second hand Goeds ot nny Vied that
yon wish to fell or exchange?
Pergonals or Matrimonial Advertisements?
If to, Tun Nw will publish an ailTurtlno
ment in tho Want Col min for OV1C U'N r PKK
WORD per day, or K1VK (JKNTS PMH WOUD for
one week, seven daye
Tnz News Is the on y paper that noes Into
nearly overy rendlnc household In Waco, and
besides circulating largely In adjoining towns.
HnndredB can bo referred to who have profitably
advertised In Its "W"nt" colunina.
Waco Evening News
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS.
Advertising In thla column charged a th
rate of one cent per word ror each Insertion.
Cash must accompany tho order, except where
ordered by & regular advertiser.
WANTED.
WAixvr.n a 100k at MO
North Soven
1 nil w
tcenth street.
...AN'rni).
W as home
'Fltu&ttlon bv an elderly lady
keeper. Address Lock Box 4W
1 'Jo il t
w
ANT1II1 To bny ome nice second hand
office flituree. Address News olllco.
w
AIVTEII To hnv a second-hand book
case. Muet uo cheap. Aptly at News
office
WANTIHI To buy n second hand flat top
desk. Must be cheap. Address Desk
News ofllce.
WARTED-
1 o bny Second hand Furniture
nrnetB. Tools. Kvcr thine.
"' StnveR. ( nrtintn.
Waco ( urloslty Shop.
WAIV'lEll Partlea who want tolnvosi In
In the rich agricultural lands of Central
Texa, to send tl olr address to THE WACO
DAILY NKW8. Intoimatlon fnrnished free.
WASTED One thousand old suits to
clean at 803 North Fourth street. A.
Friedman, successor to 1 bo Little Frenchman.
fi-21-t
WANTED Position by a boy of 17, in of
flee of fomo good monthly or weekly
paper Can give bo- of references. Twoyars
epcrlencc. $7,60 per wet k. Address Jim A.
Fore, Gutesvll o. lexns.
HISCELLANt.uU'J.
pOIt SAi,E-G0od heavy bnggy with pole.
good as new and set of double harness for
100. (nil at 708 vnstln avenue nnd sen it.
1-21-It W. 11. KlvuTT
F
OU llEN'i' A nlco dwclllng-bouso App y
toT.A.Uluir. 1 14 tf
ipun ItENT-One snlto er rooms on fl'st
x floor, and ono sonth room on sccoud floor.
App'yto Mrs. Harmon, corner of Eighth a d
Washington "treits. tf
PEltSONAL. Will tho get tleman who un
lntei tlonally carried a whlU bandit d silk
umbrella ont of the telegraph ofllce or the
Cotton Helt t ckct oOHe, abont a week ago,
please i eturn it to Hie NtWH olllce. 12 hi tf
A LIVE Florist can bear of a good opening,
Appl) at this ollloe, cr Eigtu and Clay
streets. tf
LIME At Gnunt Ilros. Fifteenth and Jack
Streets' Hoik litro" or Blacked Lime
Portland, Bcsoudalo ana Louisville Ccmont,
12 1U Imo
OIl SA EEOld papers at 20 cents per hun
dred at The r ewb ofllco.
FOIIIIENT .Furritnre. Stoves, Sowing
Machines, Everything. Waco i urloslty
Shop, C17nno 019 Anettn street.
Foil IIENT-7 loom house en Dutonatreot
nrarMuth. Only CIS a month. M. 0.
Kingsbury &, Co., 617 and 0 9 AuBtm street.
F
Oil SALE At Cost! At Cost! At Tost 1
Jewelrv. Clocks, hllver Platnri Riilwnn
Forks. Suoons. Nankin TUnm. I'niknt. unci
Tablo Cultriy, Ptorlicopis, Ink Stands, Pic
ture rraiiifH aid Notions. Inls Is tho 11 st
time weevcradvertlscd tnscll ot cost but we
desire to bundle only Now Furniture and
Second hand gooes of all kinds. Waco Curios
ity Bb0p.
TEEEI'II01VE--Gauntllioa. for Post Oak
or Ash cord wooo, too wood or llro
plare wood cut any length. 1210 lmo
LADIESATTENTION!
Woman, Lovely woman, ono bottle of my
celchratxi Tohti will permanently enlargo
yonr fnrm 4 inches in lijdayti, aud.mako you
as beautiful as Cleopatra, or money refunded.
Price only 12.00, Womiin's on y truo friend,
for it neier fulle. Tohti, glori us Tonti
will mako tho leanest person rat, and remove
tliotio horrid wrinkles, Benl for sealed clrcn
lar. MI(H. Hit MILLER
241 Wiiueii Avenue, Chicago, Ills
Lacy's Brier Creek Coal.
One ton $5.50; one half ton $3.00;
ono fourth ton $1.75.
Stockholders Mooting.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Waco Qus oompany
will bo hold at their office in VVaoo
on Monday Jan. 25th, 1892, at 12
o'olock for the purposo of fleeting
directors for tho ensuing year.
John L. Buookeniihouoh,
Secretary.
20 Itookport lots sold in ono day Uub
week. Who will be the next to buy
in Waco addition to Rookport? No
hotter investment can bo made,
J. E. Anderson.
What Do You
iuocal Time Card.
j;itoutt, Urnsna A Texni,
toee-iger Tralna Sonth Bound.
No., arrives 18:10 a.m.
No.llenw.. 12:11 , a.
No, a nrlvew ....Ik p. a.
No.SInaves l:10p,a.
North Bound.
No. 2 nrrlvoa 1:13 a.m.
No. S lo'irps , Z:SiB,m,
No. 4anivut :i!l0p.m.
No.iloavos . 3:?Dp, m,
. lvis Jonas,
Ticket Agent, 1'nclCo llotol BlooSt
Cotton llpll Hnnta,
Train No. 1 leaves 11,00a.m.
Train Ao. 1 arrives... la-Ur, m
HOIKS IA8T,
Train No. 2 arrives Etlsp m
Train o. 2 lenes s:80 pm
Ctween Waoo and St. Lonti solid train via
Parajpuld to St. Louis ou Iron Mountain trask
Into Union Depot.
W. B. GiLLnsrii,
OltyTioketOffloeatNo.ua South Fourt St.
n.AT.r.
fNo.83 Air 6:15 6. m,
Wenbound.::g::::.;.V.V:S:
Bast bound. V. --iSi:
(. " S4L'V 8:40p.m.
W. E. OWENB. Ticket Ajtant,
Under Faolflo Hotel Block. Opposite Pottoflto.
8an Autonlo and Arnniaa I'aaa.
80 Din BOUND HO. I2."HORTIt BOUND--. SI
Lv Waco at 6 a. m. Arrives lilts p. m.
South round fieleht vthlch will tarry pis
engers,, leaves Waco at lS:4s p. m.
TAKB
TO ALL FOINT8
NORTH AND EAST.
THROUQH TEA13S CAEEY
PULLMANn SLEEPERS
Beiveea Politi la ILIA
chicago, st. louis
kansaTcity.
Also FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS
JtttTWKEtr
Taylor ind Kansas City and HannM
lots ;jiii;iiu uiu ji iddnjf icltm
train oi eattera ail EorUBllia, Etts
tie H..L&T.B'r mi Dit liieu
NewYori,BostoDMlre8)aiiu8t.P8r
A. S. DODGE,
Trafllo Manager Bt. Louis, Mo.
H. P. HUGHE8,
Gon. Paee. Apt , Dallas, Tex.
E B. PAKKER,
Assist. Gon. 1'ufb. Agt. St Louis, Mo.
"THE
Cotton Belt Route
(St. Louis Southwestern Ry.) ,
!
St. Louis, Cairo, Memphis,
AND ALL POINTS BEYOND.
Freo Reclining Chair Cars
and Pullman BntTot Sleopora.
Two Daily Trains To
MEMPHIS .
' AKD ALL POIITXB BKYOHD. '
Tlio Only Lino d-uwing Pu
gera to eonuettos reacUatMBMI'IIlS with
out Umg and diiagrteable omnibus trans
far aoren the oily.
The Only Line with through .iMr-
In car Mrvloe bcrirrva rOHT WORTH an4
MKMPDia.
Tll8 Only Line vrltBthronghearaw.
vice between MMriII8 aid polnta In OBM
TBAL TEXAS.
The Shortest Route
TO ALL POINTS IN THE
So'dtlieas't
AllTtzu LlneikTthronEii ticket on ills rla
The Cotton Belt Route;
Bates, maps tiua table and all Information,
will b ebonfolly fornUbed or application lv
aj agent of the company, or
Jl.M.OAUTKJi, ir.ll. HIAJ'JJH.O,
fi'T'lIngPati' Ag't, lU'll'.' AR't. lintt
jruWorU, Ttx. la Iw, Tjl, l.

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