Mexia Evening News, July 18, 1900

Mexia Evening News

July 18, 1900

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Issue date: Wednesday, July 18, 1900

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Evening News, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1900, Mexia, Texas 95? ates" n one otiie vBNixo LEDGER, Established 1895. NE-.VS, Ehifcablisned January, 1899. {Consolidated January, LEDGER OHice of publication, Over Katlc'iv's stove. VOL. JI. No lb'6 MEXIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY. JULY 18. 1900. JST. P. HOTJX. Editor Of course you do, and you want the Hy stock is always Fresh, and my prices are as Low as the Lowest. As a suggestion to help you select something nice for Breakfast, Dinner, or'Supper, will give you here a list of SOME of the Good Things I carry in stock: Ouccu Deo Flour, nncl seeded raisina Cured Hums, Posliim Cereal, FBarrel ijtu-M, Civapo Nais, grades, Shveded Cocoanut, Pure llibbon Cane Flaked Outs, mollasses Sweet and Bakers Can soups of all kinds, Chocolate, New Home Sewing Machines For "Sale or Kent. Condlition Powders for liorses and lOgg pvoducing..potiltiy food, etc. in additi'pn to the above you will here any article''usually kept. In a -First Ctess Grocery Store, Proof of the Pud-.- dhig is Chewing the Bag, -Free delivery in all parts of townv and phone orders promptly attended to.- Phone No. 14. GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE ;AND GROCERS' SUNDRIES. IF you are not satisfied ,vith your groceryman call around at the the Alliance Store and inspect our stock. Our Flower, Lard, Haras, and Breakfast Bacon are of the very best quality Wo have on hand WY'RUP, per gallon You will also find in our store Dr. Price s and Baking Powders. Postum Cereal in stock all the time. Best pickles, sauces and catsup. Our goods arc all: first class and goat E.ock Bottom Prices. AND SEE US. t. si Free delivery, to all parts of the city. Phone orders promptly taken care of. Phone 61. flanager. t al, c SnJ Ofice over White's Store TEXAS; his services to the people of Mexia and vicinity. JiOUSE AND PAINTEE. Uphostering and-Paper Hanging. Shop in rear of_Backet Store PURELY PERSONAL. Tom Blake lefb tbia morning for Miss Paulino Hesscr is visiting relatives in Ennis. J, O. Harper left at noon Kossc on business. for J. H. Kecvcs went down to Kosse on the noon train. D. S. Sessions, of Houston, is in the city on business. John Evovrv) cr.vne up ilib morning from Cfro'csbcck. J. M. Tidwcll went up to Cor- sicaaa yesterday afternoon. A. W. Kennedy down to Groesbcck on the noon train. R. J. Ellington returned yes- terday afternoon from Groes- beck. The family of C. J. Sterling are in Thornton visiting rela- tives Miss Fannyc McCain ]eft this morning on the limited for Min- eral Wells. Mrs. G. E. Petty, of Corsioana, is in the city visiting her mother, Mrs. Wilder, Miss Juliet Jacobs, of Groes- bcck, is in the city visiting Miss Louise Kauhl. Miss Willie Gray arrived yes- terday on the afternoon train from Rock-dale, Bruce Allison left, on the noon train f or Durango., where he will visit relatives. Mrs. Walter Davenport 'was quite sick .yesterday, but is im- proving today. Cap't.- Gco. Growder, claim agt of the Cential road, was in the city today; on business. Mrs. liesser, after a pleasant visit to her son, C. H. Hesser has returned to her home in E ri- ms, Mrs. J. M. Conrad returned on iho noon train from Waxahachie where she has been visiting rel- atives. Miss Sadie nrrived yes- terday afternoon from Marlin to spend n few days visting the fam- ily her uncle Major N.P.IIoux. W. Leonard Jones, of Mavqucz. who has been in the city visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, left on the noon train for Pales- tine. Miss Mary Kate Yarbro return- ed to her home in Dallas yester- day afternoon after a pleasant visit to relatives and in the city. Rev, W. C. Friley returned yesterday on the afternoon tram from Reiscl whore he has conducting a revival mcctin'g for the past WC'CK. Is proving a great success. It benefits customers, increases our business and puts competition to guessing. Note the sound values we offer in gents furnishing goods go ccs 75 cts s8 cts 21 CtS Bolt pique bosom negligee shirts, never sold lor less than 75c, at Silk stripe soft bosom negligee shirts, would be cheap o at 75c, we sell for............... Fact color madras shirts, cant be matched anywhere for less than we sell for........................................................ S'eg-ligee shirts to wear with white collars and cuffs Fine taalbrigg'an undershirts, worth H5c, sold for 25c now.............................................................................................. Pine combed Egyptian undershirts, 75c kind, we sold for 50c, clearance sale price................................................ 44 Full finished balbrigg-an undershirts, were cheap at 35c clearance sale price.................................................................. :Balbrigg-an drawers at prices to match undershirts. Bargains in every department. Ladies, misses, and gents shoes at clearance safe prices. 59 cts '1 The Improved Pi.re Extinguisher Ts a moisture proof tin. case (fully, protected by patent) l.eautiIallycpJoTC.11 and decorated, forming an ornament for any parlor or pfuco. Ihe cube is long by two inches in containc a chemical dry powder und o.g abouC''three pounds. It is applied to a fire by a swingm- motion of the 1 ana f.ud Can be scattered30'feet or more. The perfect y harm ess, as i wii, no. iniure skin, hair or clothes, but is instant death to a b azmg ro. Ihi. portuo acte on the principle of gases. When the dry powder ntnkea tho beat it g. rer- atel a caSc gas which immediately displaces the oxygen in the hero there is no'oxygen, there is no combustion, and coneequenHy the lire IB "no out in the time it takes to wink the eye, no matter how large tho bra: in hotter the fire the more easy and less powder it roqujres_to i nothing to get out of order, a.'d is so simple a lady, or chiidoan use i, experienced fireman. Our-Extinguisher'- is one in the World that wil! put out an Oil Fire, ex nguishersoanbe insm-ed at a lower rate than where. mi in case of fire We do not wish yon to misunderstand the. ifat; or j o.-_a fnr which om exUngaiaher vras discovered, patentee! an.ln'auni.'.ctvn'pd. n 111 afl'Uthe old and unreliable fluid chemical extinguisher that loses its. date extinguisher. the with onr genuine ana up ty Agent, 'Mexia, Texas. W For small ads and quick results. iNEWSPAFERr ;

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