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THE WACO NEWS, SATURDAY APRIL 2 i892.
8
49 Cent Sale.
We offer the bargain buyers this week the best values
of the season, and at the uniform price of 49 Cents we will
sell 250 Dress Patterns, Ladies' Garments and other goods
worth 75 cents to $1 each.
A DRESS.
This week the choice
'9W J nC cr.1110 nnn Drpce
Patterns in buttings, Pcrcals,
Zephyr prints, etc , worth 75 cents
to $1 at only 49 cents a pattern.
FINE LACES.
Fine Torchon Laces worth Co
to 75 cents a yard at 49 cents.
Val. and Silk Laces worth 75
cents a yard at 49 cents a yard
Flouncing worth 75 c to $1 a yard
at 49 cents a yard.
CORSETS,
yfl CfedT Ladies' Corsets,
handsome 75
value, this week at 49 cents.
a
cent
BOYS' WAISTS.
Boy's Fine White and Colercd
waists worth 60 to 75 cents at 49
cents.
Ladies' Black and Colered
waists worth 75 cents at 49 cents.
LADIES' UNDERWEAR.
ft fffctfo Chemise, Gowns and
-- Skirts worth 75 cents.
Fine Lisle Thread vests worth 65
cents. Handsome drawers in
muslin and cambric worth 75
cents, all go at 49 cents.
49 Cents
Boys' Knee Pants," worth
Boys' Pur Hats, 75c to
Children's Shoes, 1 $1
Men's Underwear, j at
Men's Drawers, 49
Men's Crush Hats. J Cents
CARPETS.
4-fedf I'rctty latterns in In-fJl.-JP
grain Carpets worth
65 cents. Fur trimmed rugs worth
$1. Window shades worth 65 to
75 cents. Curtain poles worth 75
cents, all at 49 cents.
TABLE LINENS.
di-fcif 'ne Damask worth
M-QJr g- cents a yard.
Turkey Red cloth worth 75 cents
a yard. Finest Linen towels worth
75 cents a pair at 49 cents.
JEWELRY.
zfl-Urf Fine Ro11 Gold Lace
'dfrCF Pins Fancy p.nS)
Hair Fins, Cuff Buttons, Orna
ments, Head Bands, etc., worth $1
at only 49 cents.
IThis Week is our Special Sale of
EMBROIDERIES a LAGES.
Crolclsteiu & Misrel
PERSONAL.
Mr. A. W. Kufreo is at the Royal.
Mr. J. II. Rronson is at tho Royal.
Mr. S. W. Mooroof Lott is in the
city.
Dr. 0. L. Clay of Moody is at the
Royal.
Mr. L P. Fields of Brucovillo is at
tho McClelland..
Mr. W. J. Hobson has returned
from a trip to St. Josoph, Mo.
Messrs. J. M. Orand and R. E. Al
exander of Whitney aro registered at
tho Pacific.
Mr. Arthur Wilson, the notorious
hustler for the Gal-Dai News, is in the
city today.
Mr. Ed Hatch, representing tho
Anheuser Busch Brewing Assooiation
of St. Louis is in tho oity.
Mr. 0. II. Busso, tho new proprie
tor of tho Hotel Royal, arrived fast
night and took char go today.
Tho regular monthly Tcaoher's
meeting was held at tho Contral high
school building this morning.
Mr. (J. W. Dowloy, who is so largely
intorceted in ioo plants in North
Texas, spent the day in Waco yestor
day. Chas A. MacDonald, president of
tho Hercules Ioe Machine company of
Chicago, spent a few hours in tho oity
yesterday.
Dr. It. C. Burloson will preach on
family government at the First Bap.
tist churoh tomorrow at 11 a. m. Dr.
Carroll is at Lott attending a meeting
there.
Mr. F. A. Mohrhardt of Dallas,
general agent of the great Brunswiok
Balko Collondor company, manufac
turers of billiard tables and hotel, bar
room and other fixtures, is in tho oity
today.
U laundrmaidis hope
Mk
;rt ucifiniDili. cnnyu
J2) UlC S12fyK-lLJl A E' CSUftjj a
or it saves ho Jtertime and Ker Jatloj J '
rw sj(cji imu upc ner ejouies vmn a
Jbrilliaiicy glows
than those of her
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CLAIRETTE 80AI
Manubctutcd
only If
N. K. FAIRBANK&Ca,
ST. LOUIS.
Do make a change in your
head gear. Get a nobby hat
from the reliable house of
:m::rs- idoss
400 AUSTIN ST.
GEO. WILL-IG,
REAL ESTATE, FIRE INSURANCE AND LOAN AGENT.
Money lo Loan on Farms, Ranches, and all Kindt of City Properly, at Low Rates of Interest
and In Amouatt 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
IDIIRIEiaTOS.
J. B. MoLKNDON. President.
W. D. LAOY,
0. H.HIGGINSON,
J. T. DAVI8. Vloe-piealdent.
J. E. PARKKi:,
THOB. P. AI1KEL.
L B. BLACK, Cstblti
OAUriKLD,
A.cooant of binln, bankers, inerohauts, farmnrs. meohanlcs and other olasdos sollolted. Vt
peyasmuoh nttention to smal' aooounts an large one. We glTaparnoaal and apeolal attentlo
to oar oollecttondir&rtment,&nd reiUfa any of ptvment. Kxohnng bougbt and sold or
aU the prlnotpnl pilnta of the United States and Europe.
The Kelluin & Rotan Inves tment Go.
3bOl 1-2 -.-uLstlrL St.
A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULLEN, Secy.
Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms.
Correspondence solicited.
15. Hotan, President
W. Oambuok, s 'Ice Presidents.
Tom Padqitt. )
J. K, Boa, Cashlei.
A ;L. Bi'onN, ABSlatant
) Casblor.
First Ta,tion.a;l Sa,r-3s:,
WACO, ; : TEXAS
CAPITAL, 1600,000. SDRPLUS AND PROFITS, $85,000.
KIltBOTOltHK. Botan, Wm. Cameron, Tom Padgltt, J. ;K. Hoee, W.tV. Tort, W. M.
fellett.lD. Jt WalUce, W. R. Dnnnlca, Wm. Ureuitdt, M. A :0ooper.
tarAooouots of Banks, Ilankora, Merchants and others aro eollolte'l We possess trnrpassms
acllittes for making oollootlons.
J. W. MANN,
President.
T. C. TILLS,
Vice-President.
J. K. RUSE,
Sec. and Trcas.
What I Know About Hardware and
Why Times are Hard Here.
1. The prevailing habit of living
beyond tho incomei 2. The habit of
buying goods on jlong time at high
prices. 3. The importation of many
million dollars' worth of goods that
could be produced at home. 4. The low
prices of cotton. 5. The communis
tic sentiment which prevents foreign
capital from developing the state, are
the causes. Texas has served notice
to all railroad builders that she has an
autocratic commission with powers to
confiscate their property. She has
served notice to foreign money 1-end
ers that land, the only available se
curity, must be defended in court
against confiscation. Foreign jobbers
and manufacturers have been duly
notified that all credits in Texas are
based solely on the honor of her mer
chants, for our laws encourage fraud
and proteot it. Every ono goiug into
business in Texas will soon learn that
our laws are worthless for collection
of debts and that 95 per cent of his
cutomers can do as they choose
about paying. The only rem
edy against hard times is to
remove the causes. Do you ever
buy a scale? I keep the spring bal
ance for 25 cents; the oven balance
tea scale for $1 25; the Brass scoop
dial tea. scale for $1.75; the union
counter tcale from $4 a piece up. I
also keep the Fairbank and Howe un
ion ana plattorm scales from 400
pounds up to 2500 pounds. The
Fairbank cotton beams, Fairbank and
Victor wagon scales. The SapfTord
counter scale which has all tho latest
improvements; the postal which de
signates the weight as well as amount
of postage due on a letter, book or
package. The latest wonder is the
Acme self-computing scale whioh both
weighs and computes the amount due
you. There is no better assortment
of scales in Texas than mino and my
prices aro bottom. Ed. Strauss,
Fourth and Mary Streets.
ICE-COLD STORACE AND COAL.
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WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD.
In fact, "everything you need for your house
can be found at the Mammoth Establish
ment of
CURTIS & ORAND
Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS.
THEY MUST GO.
The Cotton Belt will sell a ono faro
for round trip rato to Hot Springs,
Ark., on April 7 and 8 good for re
turn until May 10. The occasion is
tho sale by the government of all of
itB property not occupied by springs
or hospital buildings.
The finestline
Waco, at
of fine cigars in
J. A, Early's.
Pianos, Organs and Other Musical
Goods at Big Discounts and
on Your uwn Terms.
Thore novor was atimo so favorable
for buying as low. Tho period of
stagnation just closing has all along
been in favor of tho buyers. In the
matter of pianos and organs anyono
desiring to purohase either have such
a chance now as will not occur again
mayba for fivo years. J. B. Payne has
an immense stook of fino instruments,
pianos, organs and small musical goods
and ho will put them at such prions
and on such terms that tho closest
man who wants an instrument will bo
obliged to buy. If you want a fino
piano or organ he will sell you one on
your own terms. Musicians organiz
ing brass bands can got a complete
outfit very law. Payne means busi
ncss when ho says ho is bound to sell.
Artistic Worif.
There aro tailors and tailors, some
aro good, somo indifferent and some
baJ, but Lack & Greonberg in their
now place, -414-J- Austin street must
bo classed among tho good onos.
Thoy aro first class skillful cutters,
fino workmon and careful and pains
taking in their work. They mako
perfeot fits and do tho very finest
work to be had. Although but re
cently started, work is flowing in on
thorn from peojlo who know the ex
cellent fits thoy givo and the work
they do. They carry a fino lino of
stylish goods and samples and can
got up nobby suits in flhort order.
Give them a call aud order and you
aro sure to bo well dressed and well
ploasod.
ALEXANDRE
ISO
COLDWATER.
One hundred and fifty persons in
Waco have purchased lots in Cold
water, each person buying from one
to twenty lots. Next month we
will commence to run excursions to
Coldwater and the price of every lot
will be doubled and at the increased
price will be cheaper than any Coun
ty, Seat property ever offered for sale
in the Panhandle. Buy lots now
$5, $10, $15, $20, $25, 30, $40, $50.
(Next month they will be) $no, $20,
$30, $40, $5o, $60, $80, $100.
Phillip L. Alexandre,
Hotel Koyal.
Or H. A. Arnold & (Jo.,
Provident Building.
I, Hurry C. Chamberlain, a notary
public, do hereby certify that I have
acknowledged 156 deeds to Coldwater
lots. Haury C. Chamberlain.
ALEXANDRE.
Remember the Time
Monday, April 4th, at 7:30 p. m.,
there will bo a night class opened at
the Commercial College of Baylor
University, corner South Fourth and
Mary streets. You can learn Short
hand, Typewriting. Bookkeeping or
Penmanship for a very small cost,
lor full particulars rail at the college,
or address E. E. Cammaoic,
Principal.
Touching Pianos and Opgan
We havo noyor contended that we
wero a ohoap house, bnt we have al
ways proved tho olaim that wo wero,
and are a reliable house, whoso repre
sentations oan bo received with confi
donoo, a houso that handles the very
best goods in the world, and that
soils them at tho lowest prices consis
tent with high quality. Cheap pianos
or organs usually moans "cheap and
nasty." We don't touch thorn, but
wo Hell inexpensive instruments by
makers of acknowledged standing.
Thos. Gogoan & B110.

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