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THE WACO NEWS, MONDAY MAY 23 i892.
8 The Kelto & Rotan Investment Co 4:01 1-2 Au-ULStlrL St CAPITA! fjSO,000. A. M. GRIBBLE, Pres., T. N. McMULLEN, Secy. Desirable real estate for sale in all parts of the city on liberal terms. Correspondence solicited. J. W. MANN, T. C. TI13BS, J. K. ROSE President. Vice-President. Sec. and Trcas. mum IDE mm ijefubgeptihig OQWfaJiNY, ICE, COLD STORAGE AN DCOAL. .A.S. 33. EG--ST, - S-u.perlxiten.d.eaat B.Botan, President Wm. Caxbbon, ' -'lee PreeldonU. Toa Padoitt. J J. K, BOOB, Cihlti A L. Bfon, VABelstant ) Cashier. First N'eition.ail Bank, WACO, : : TBXAS CAPITAL, $600,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS. 185,000. niBBOTOHS E. Kotan, Wn. Cntnoron, Tom Padgltt, J. ,K. Hose, V. V. Tori, W. M. Xellett, D. tt. WalUco, W. II. Dnnnlca. Wn. Bremtedt, M. A Hooper CWAcoonnta of Banks, Unukore, Merohanti and others oro Bollolte'l Wo posse u mnrpaiii d duties for making oollootlona. W. W. Seley, Pres. M. A. Sullivan, Cashier. T. B Dockery, Ass't Cashier. CAPITAL $135,000 SURPLUS S50,000 THE WACO STATE BANK Cor. Fifth and Austin Av9., Waco, Texas. TSSUE BILLS OF EXCHANGE available in all parts of the world. I PERSONAL. Hon J. H. Ma'thews of Lampasa is a guest of the Hotel Royal. Mr. F. J. Hobson of the St. Joseph BriHge and Iron company, is visiting relatives in the city. Dero M. Wood, of the J. Hansel "Wood Shoe and Clothing company, left Saturday night for Hope, Ark , on a few days visit. Mr. 13illy Kessingcr, a popular sa loon man of Corsicana, arrived in the city yesterday. He returned this after noon on the Cotton Belt. Dr. J. W. Hunter of Waco, is called to Moody today in consultation with Dr. J. M. Witt over Mrs. B Payne liviug three miles from Moody. Mr. J. G. Mallette, a well known citizon of Fort Worth, was in the city today. He was en route to Llano where he goes to attend the sale of lots. Mr. Robert Bell, general passenger and freight agent of the Texas Central, has returned from New York where he went to attend a meeting of rail road men. Halr-Dresslng. I havo secured tbe services of Mica GonloDnvlaof Xew York City, la dles' attUtlo hulr dressor. Bangs cut anil cnrlod and hair drcesol lu the latest b'jIos. Children's hair cut, shampooing, hair dried In ten mluntee-rcUli drjor. Ualr made to order, wigs, bangs, braids, etc. MRS. B. J. DOSS, 4004 AUSTIN ST. CONRAD! CONRAD! CONRAD! A CARD TO THE TUBLIC Vllle It Is tr nc I have been chosen the President or the ILovAsi Hna State Lottery Company, vice M. A. DAUrHIN, dcccaicd, IatH retain the Presidency of the Gulf Coast Ice and Manufacturing Cob pay, so all proposals for supplies, machinery, etc., as well as an othw business communications should be addressed to me here as hcrctofor PAUL CONRAD, LOCK BX 13SS NHW ORLEANS L The paper for the Bui ne man, the Mech anic, the Artisan. ThePaperfortheFamily More Local News than was Ever Printed in a "Waco Daily before and tis On Y 50c a Month What 1 Know About Hardware and Intorost. Tho laws which regulate interest aro simular to thoso which regulate in surance. Tho risk of loss determines the rate. Some property can bo in sured at 1 por cent , some at 2 1 2 por cent', some at 5 per oent. and some property cannot be insured for less than 10 per cent. Powder houses and oil houses cannot bo insured at all. Some citizens of Waoo can borrow all the monoy (hoy want at 5 per rent., others have to pay 16 per oent.; otbem cannot borrow any money at any rate. An act to regulate tho ripe and fall of tho Mississippi river or tho riso and fall of tho thermometer, would bo no more absurd than an act to rcgulato the rato of interest or insurance. Our law makers in their great wisdom (?) thought that a 10 por cont. usury law would cause money lenders to run after borrowers and beg them to take their money at a low rate. If any bor rower has been overwhelmed with of fers of oheap money, the faot has nevor boen made known. No one will pay 15 por cont. for money unless it will cost him moro not to borrow, but under tho law, loans whoso risk is worth more than 10 per cont. osnnot bo made at all. I loaned our visiting firemen a large lot oi knivos and forks and tea spoons for one meal. The knives and forks I oflor now at 50 cents a set. The same kind now are cheap at 75 cents, Tho spoons heavy triple tinned steel, I offer at 25 cents a sot, new onos oost 40 oonts. 1 have just unloaded a oar of roobng pitob and tar paper whioh is used for gravel roofs also to keep moths out of woolens. Remem ber that I am headquarters for Mason fruit jars and hay baling ties. Ed. Strauss, Corner Fourth and Mary Streets. m m 9 Don't bo Deceived. I am still holding down Standard Granulated Sugar 20 poundB for ono dollar. Franco-American Food Co's Frenoh Soups, 3 pound cans, 30 cents caoh . Star Tobacco 40 cents per pound. Low priceB on overything. Call and soo Joe S. Thompson, The Grooer. 13 rvi !? Si pssSltiriialily - bo fZ Ul r ..v lililWwrillvlffriJiaaBO'B- -J 5a ' 70 WE CAN NOT BE UNDERSOLD. In fact, everything you can be found at the ment of need for your house Mammoth Establish- oCURTIS & GRANDE Nos. 420 and 425 Austin Ave., WACO, TEXAS. THE WACO WEEKLY NEW! AN 8-PAGE, 48-COLUMN PAPER. When you ee it in The liens j tin iiuvn n. Is So. Contains All the Latest Political, Telegraphic and Local News. Will be Sent to any Address from Now Until JANUARY 1, 1893 Address, NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY, W-A.CO, TEXAS. W, D MATS IBM), President. 1. D..BBLL, Vlco President. J0HN:d. MAYFIEU), Cashier r fhe Gity Savipgs Bapk CHARTERED FEB.:12, 1892. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $100,000. No v offers 6 per cent, interest on deposit. Interest payable from date. Died, little Ireno, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Foster, died in this oity Saturday evening and was buried this morning at Walnut Springs at 1 1 o'clock. mtpm w:x?1X jyrvmaevwi Read and keep Posted We don't pieoo our work to make it fit, but make everything to order and yuarantee it. DALi.as Screen Co. Removal Notice. J. C. Stephenson & Son, under takers, have moved from Austin street to 1 1 1 South 4th street where they are prepared to do undertaking work in the best style. They have with them a professional undertaker and embalmor who has eight years exper ience in a large southern city. We guarantee satisfaction. Open day and night. Telephone at store and resi dence. J. 0, Stephenson & Son, i 1 1 South 4th Street TOWELS BJEfcOJS. REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AGENTS. WACO. : i TEXAS. Have removed from Pacific Hotel to Room 28, Provident Bld'g LiveryiTransfer O. W. DAVID PROPRIETOR. The oUl Oruml Jlulhlliif, Xurlh of 1'luza, IfAOU, TJiXAS. Thefinost vohicles and horses in th oity. Call oarriages for Indies a spo I cialty and when desired, ladies can ' have a driver in livery. All trains met. Prompt attention to all orders and boarded on roasonable terms. satisfaction guaranteed. Horses 0 rJH