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Evening News, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1900, Mexia, Texas JULY 28. 1900. LEDOER, Established 1895. Bstablisnecl January, 1899. onsoHdalod Januaiy, 1900. he nomination While MEXIA, TEXAS, SATURDAY. as, ded.ire 1'yMi. A stated to the 1 of Mr Of course you do, and you want the iittor- f e onlua ple. ;liO result 'ye 1 ess the IMJ tie- bo Oom- ree he ecleil FOR -THE vould ihL, 13 client, f would uU-un botli was Office of publication, Over Knit -n'.-. N. P. HOIDC. reuuu-keu count, u the u right, i. attorney of the ecnll the Com- :olds woiild i request, aacf was too intich mo, pt endued to 1 the mattei I ily asking in til iiud vrlio estimation tbe 3d to Mi Reii- the following he would ,ic >t ICcO't each b jo befoid the that office; mocratu' par- >ty Chan intm im upon aiil u by tlie dec ami th it the G'omiiiH- i to whom the Sewell ivcmM a composed ot 11 who were 1 I am willing their 1 all this slnl'i been and 1-3 it I do not claims that ihuacanii.tlmt. g'hteen vote-) freemen anil of Limestone twenty cniia fly stock is always Fresh, and prices.'.-ar e ad Low as the Lowest. As a suggestion to j you select Dinner, or Supper, 'will you-here a list of SOME of the Qoofl Things 1 carry- In stock: Currants and seeded raisins Posfcnm Cereal, Grape Nuts, wcn Boo Flour, Sitgni Cured Hams, IJavrel Lard, grades, Pure Eibbon Cane raoil asses Can soups of all kinds. jSl'ireded Cocoanut, Flaked Oats. and Bakers Chocolate, New Home Sewing Machines For Bale or lien t. Condition -Powders for 'Morses and CattleJ' Egg producing poultry food, etc'. !o addition to you 'wJll-ahvays -find here any article- usually .kept in a. First Class Grocery Store. Proof of the ding Is Chewiiing' the- Free delivery in: all parts of town., and phone orders promptly attended to. Respectfully, Phong No. 14. Dealers in GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE AND GROCERS' SUNDRIES. PURELY PERSONAL. Fish tomorrow; at restaurant. Dr. Traynham was in from Cot- ton Gin today. S.-P. Moseler l.ad business at G vocsbock tod ay. Prof. D. P. Shaw went to Cor- sicana this-morning. Ed-Bailm. returned to Corsicana yesterday afternoon. Joe Denning went up to Corsi- cana yesterday, afternoon. Prof. .W.-D. Butler came up from Groesbeck J. O. Harper weut down to Groesbeck on tlie noon train. Judge O. C. Ivirvcfi.returned on the1 noon Corsicana. Mrs. L.'Scharff, of Groesbeek. is in tlie city visiting relatives. Prof. P.. B... Cousins was in Groesbeck yesterday afternoon, Reese, went' up.to Worfc- bam this morning.on the limited. Mrs. W. H. .Easterling went up to Corsicana yesterday Mrs. J. A. Arvin. has. returned from a visit to relatives in Waco. Prof. J, Solan Bunn was up" from Groesbeck after- noon. ,J. K. Galloway and wife were in from Yarbrovillc today shop- ping. Ed II. Hahklhs returned on the afternoon train to his home in Corsicana. TKXAS, July'16. 1900. Mistrot Bros Co: -have this day shipped you 30.0 pieces of 1-ancy printed.wash goods, which is 1-2-J. of 7200 pieces that our Mr.. 8. P. Mistret has recently -purchased from an eastern mill, which they intended. to store away for opring, 19.01. At the exee'eclingly-iow price lthat those goods were purchased no hesitancy in making you f tins shipment'withoutyour orders, as we' have no doubt it'will be appreciated, though late in the season. Tours MJSTROT Bubs Co. GXLVK.STOIC. TEXAS. July 24, 1900. Histrot Co: We have .your letter of the Ifjfcii stating that you were not in need of of any descrip- tion as_your stock was very complete and you' fear this .last shipment will be to carry over. We regret that you should feel that way, but arc" confident after yon receive the goods that you will .agree with- us that it would be .welcome even in the .month of December, as the prices are such that would enable you to diipose'of them in the' midst of winter'.- Therefore do not condemn this ship- ment until you' have opened the poods, after which we would appreciate your opinion. Yours truly, MJSTROT .Ik-tow, Co, The above letters from our Galveston wholesale house are self-explanatory. Since receiving the wash goods re- ferred to we can well, appreciate their purchase of 7200" pieces of printed wash fabrics. The prices on these goods have eased our minds as .regards receiving so heavy a ship- ment so late in the' We will place f h'twj goods on sale AT ONCE, and would ndvise our friends tind pal- rons to come early and inakc.their selection. Prices will pe based strictly on small percentage in advance of the exceedingly low cost. Space fqrbids price' list. ine canntr Hurt a'1. aavo ie- to any and; do ;io more. members lieve I receiv- utes showed Committee T pin If you are not satisfied Tnth'.your gro.ccrymau call around at the the '.Alliance Store and inspect our stock. tO p. 031 RennoM's situation. 1 ts. Lt fraud estisration :ially settled, of the .Coui- nid when it. withdraw, i .--trifeii berg m- upon (iisd j-et objeol, iinv- tiniie in the u the pre- Our Flower, Lard, Hams, and Breakfast Bacon are of the-very best quality We have on hand now PURE CAHE SYfttJP, per gallon 66'C You will also find in onr store Dr. Price's Ex- tract-sand Baking Powders. P.osfcum Cereal in stock all, the time-." Best sauces and catsup. Our goods. are ;all first class arid..go at': llock Bpfctohi Prices. gCOME AND SEE US. i Free delivery to all parts of the cfty. Phone orders promptly, taken care of. if' '9- Phone 61. flanager. of ;cr: thepatent- t. Patents charge, in DBNTIsTs Office OTcr Hodgesgfe White's Store TJSXASJ HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER. Uphostering and Paper Mrs. W. M. -White and'children are on a two weeks visit to rela- tives in Dallas. Misses Bessie and Ethel Smith, of Tchuacana, went up to "VYaxa- hachie yesterday afternoon. Miss Sallie Groves has returned to Groesbcck after a pleasant visit to relatives in tliceity. E. W. Hall and Jittle daughter. left yesterday afternoon on the limited for a weeks stay in Wootan Wells. Mrs. John E. Corloy and child- ren returned on the noon train from Dallas, where they have been visiting relatives. Miss Louise Moscley, after a pleasant visit to friends and rela- tives in the city has returned to her home in Corsicana. Prof.' L. S. Horn'beak. of Tc- huacana, lot'I on the afternoon train for Waxahachio, where lie will attend the Chautauqua. Misses Libbic and Sadie lioux, who have been visiting the family of their uncle, yc editor, left on the noon train for their home iu Marliii: tsmai'i-ovr a6 Fnl- The Improved Fire Extinguisher and long- about can injure sicin, hair or clothes, but is instant death acts OIL the pi-moiple of gases. to a When, the dry powder blkzing are. This powder- strikes tbe heat it geuer- experienced fireman. Our' Extinguisher is the only-tftife'iri1 the World that wiH put out an-Oil Fire, which is the hardest kind of fire .to Taere is not a factory, store, ollicc or residence "'but what should be equipped with' our matti.o whether insrired or not, as very few people wish to have their building and con- tents destroyed by fire even if they are insured, and .buildings equipped with our' extinguishers'con be- insured at a lower rate than where contain no such pro teofci on in case of fire. We do not wish you to misunderstand the use or rmrnofo for which our extinguisher' discovered, patented aud inannfactnredr; It is made to put out autinoipient fire. By: having oar hi_ba 1- wavs and rooms of any building and a fare -breaks out while any one is in 1h6 buildup instead of tnrning'in n fire alarm and wai.sinij until the -arrival of fire department, during wbich'tinie, as is usually the case, one naif: the bnildi. ifi consrrnedby the fire, you grasp our extingtuslifer and dash some of tb" at the of the fire, arid yon have all out before conhi even have (me to timl U1 old and. unreliable, fluid chemical extinguisher'.that logos ite aiKi becomes useless" after a few mouths, ours is as strong.'und effuct- iveintwepty years as the day it was manufactnrjd Wherever our agents in- troduce our UrPKOVED DKY POWDER EXTINGUISHMR, un.l they.rnn across auy one who has the old style FLUID CHEMICAL they throw away the old and unreliable style .and equip their binkiinys with or.r.'gen-uino ;vnd up to date u Try jLJb 1. Agent. Mexjay Texits. and quick results. NEWSPAPER!
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