The Daily Hesperian (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 324, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 27, 1894 Page: 3 of 4
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Or heavy and solid, not fit hardly for
anyone to eat? Probably the cause
of it is POOR FLOUR—second or
third gfade, no doubt—sold you for
first class goods. If you're tired of
it, why not try our
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brand? Manufactured from selected
northern wheat. Every sack will
Edwards & Simpson
ITKYKYOIIS OF coKU.cr l'ool> SI I'l'I.I l.S.
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We are pleased to announce to
our friends and customers that" we
are now receiving an immense line
of NEWSPRING GOODS in all lin -s
which we bought sine* the last de-
cline in the markets, ai;d cons---
quentlv can sell at nbout wiiat oth-
ers have paid for thr>ir ^oods. • Vliy
buy old goods when von cm i^ot now
ones at the same price? f omo <\r;d
price with us before von buv and yo;i
will be convinced that we arc fully
as cheap as the so-called closing or
clearing* out sales that are being ad-
vertised by so manv houses. Be-
sides, we give you new goods in the
"iile they are selling
bout fear of success-
' that we have one
merits of medium
:,s goods in the
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AROUND THE CITY
What the Home People Say
Things That Happen and
Notes Taken on
W e a t li e r
Nowt<» ^nieiiii^ in earnest, j The past two or three weeks has affected business so much that we have to
Spring is coquetting with usi m i . ,
again. stimulate it by offering unprecedented bargains. WE HAVE CUT THE
JI,,.. istor a revival of PRICES RIGHT AND LEFT, AND ARE ALMOST GIVING GOODS AWAY.
Travel was rather light again
All you have to do is to come and get them.
Business around the court house1
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was rather quiet yesterday.
You don t know how Johnstone
did it. but he did it all the same.
Sunday was a snowy day. but
the churches were well patronized.
1'on't forget that there is a good
place for a bridge on Red river. It
would pay to build one, too.
It would be a good time now to
work on the McAlester road. So
many men are ready for a job.
1J. A. Sneed is out again after a
siege (if grip, lie is still suffering
from a cold, but is improving.
We improve. An electric pow-
er plant where the Gem variety
theater stood is certainly a step
There will be another candidate
out in a few days for a county
ollice. lie will be a hard one to j
The Missionary and Aid So- !
ciety of the Baptist churcli will |
meet with Mrs. Ii. M. Williamson
South Denton street today at o.
"Johnstone could see while he
was driving," said a skeptic. ;
Well, suppose lie could, he did
not know which way the route was
laid out for him.
Johnstone might irv his hand on
telling 11s what Waller Baker and ;
his committee will propose in the i
way of harmony. It will take a
mind reader to do this.
Since we are to have democratic J
primaries we ought to try to get a
full expression of the party. If
the populists capture anything
they ought to do it in a square
From the present indications
there is likely to be a good deal
of '"soldiering" done about pri-
mary election time. But perhaps
they will warm up as the time
Remember the business men's
meet ing ai the Y. M. ('. A . at 1
o'clock lhis evening. Rev. A. J.
Harris will conduct 1 lie service--.
A cordial invitation is extended to
The meeting at the Y. M. < . A.
parlors Sunday afternoon was a
rousing success. liev. Flaniken
has proven himself a splendid
All Heavy Soled Shoes 25 per cent. off.
All White Blankets 333s per cent off.
Clothing for Men and Boys 25 per cent. ofi.
Dress Goods 20 per cent. off.
Lace Curtains 25 per cent off.
New Ginghams, New White Goods, New Kid Gloves, and new goods in all de-
partments at extremely low figures for cash only.
Bird, Maddux & Vaeth
Big Store. Corner Broadwav and Dixon Streets.
Stock of Goods
ON NORTH DIXON STHKET.
\\ hirli was bought for 50 cents 011 the dollar, will be closed
out at onee at 75 cents 011 eastern cost.
Come at once ; will move stock in :*() davs. Reinein-
work..,, iic has done much good, herthepluee—Old Kentucky Dry Goods Store.
and has stirred up an interest that ' '
Hill lue after he has gone. i -* * j .... >.
vV . (, Mulli ns
Bill Nye. the world's greatest
humorist, has designs on lhis citv: i
lie w is 11es to personal!v bring his j Dise&b
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NORTH SIDK S^UAUK.
of the Lye, Ear, Nose
and Throat a Specialty.
Catarrh sncceasfullv treated.
NN & CO.
ieed as Represented.
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well known smile and bald "think-
tank" here, appearing together
with his side partner m mirth. | Glasses accurately fitted.
\\ illiam Hawley Smith, in an irre- Telephone connections,
sistable laughter-provoking con- I Gainesville,
test. II. M. Ilanford, agent for
these celebrated artists, will arrive
here in a couple of days or so. to
negotiate with any enterprising
society or club that desires an en-
tertainment of popularity, pleasure
and profit. He can be addressed
at this city's postotlice genera!
delivery. Shall we—or shall we
not—allow the renowned William
to come with his rib-ticklers'
Dr. J.W.B, Clark,
Physician and Sargeon,
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Calls in country promptly
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There will be a meeting of the
stockholders of Brady Mill and
Klevator company at their ollice,
Tuesday. March BHli. IS'.tf. be-
tween the hours of 10 oVlock a.
Ta Optician in t)i > Ji y.
Pnif. \ ve. the optician, of Xew
Vork < ity. who was in (liin-^-
ville l ist spring for several weeks
Thought Reading. and met with great sitec-.^, j>
Johnstone, the thought reader, again in town a i l expects i > re-
is a wonder. His performance main only for a i'c.v da\s at the
last night at the opera hou<e con-! Lind-ay hotel, lie makes com-
vinceil the most skeptical that lie plieaied cases a speeialtv. His
was no fraud. The committee; immense display of crvstal s!»e.-;a-
composed of Judge Lindsay, T'. B. cles and eye glasses ,-n him
Sherwood. J. B. Shortridge, Bat to lit the most di.iicull cases.
Ware. John (iregson, i:. B. Hill, Examinations of the eye are
(J. II. < u 1 p and W. T. Roberts conducted tree of charge. Ilu-
i..: convinced themselves thoroughly, ma.n artificial eves inserted ami
We have no hesitancy in saying made to older. Special calls
that Johnstone is the greatest within the city without anv <\tra
n . " 'wonder that ever exhibited in charge. < >:ii -e hoai s fiom '■> a. m.
j (rainesville. He can charm the p. liespect f;:'! \.
— sccicts df men from their hiding
places and hold them up to the
gaze of the world. There is in
juggling ab nit it. He reads
7 Razors, straps and mugs at tli
Japanese wedding at the |>j]| |>()jj
The latest "fads" of the season of '94 just
opened at the clothing department of GLENN &
PEOPLES. Everything in
GIVE UC A CALL OH ?AONDA Y.
Glenn & Peoples.
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March lid at the opera house one
of the best entertainments ever
given bv home talent. See it.
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in. and 1 o ( lock p. in. for the j opera house I'riday night will b<
Who Does V our Printing? ! "v iih„ (iireciois Wort|, t)„. whole price of the en N,,T U;1 !;
I»o-s it suit >(,11: Is it st\lish.' the ensiling year. |.> . • t • to walk nor talk, but we'll knock
ug store, j Couhl it not be improved upon.' | ' • 'i>v"^. . m. reas. . the dirt, provhled its not more
than skin deep at the Bill Roller's.
• en to
to 12 in.,
it is tlie business of the llKsi'K-j Prudent PooplQ Alake it
i.Ian to (. > stylish, up-to-date | Prepare for emergencies by keep-j point
( ing constantly on hand a supply of I to visit
'The II t;si'i an \ \ prints caudi- our medicated Taylor whisky. Bd j youis truly,
Coopinan is sole a^ent. j The Bill Roller.
printing—plain and fancy.
'The 11 ksi-kki \ \ prints
dates' cards for £1.50 a looo
An elegant pearl knife for lady
or gent at Garner's drug store.
Do you advertise?
A JKWKL BOX is prized for
its contents, and what it contains
c' > contents its ji issession. <)ur stock
£ ■' 8V,° of jewelry delights all who see it,
and our prices bring it within the
, reach of everyone. Beautiful
things are not necessarily costly to
buy. \\ e-have all the novelties of
the season, including silk garters
with silver buckels. Such rich,
rare and dazzling beauties as we
present attract a charming circle
of admiring buyers. Our stock is
\> drawing as an art school, and 'tis
a study in art to examine it. (ii\e
**'*" ~ yourself the pleasure of an eajv
inspection. Join the graceful procession on its way to
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The Daily Hesperian (Gainesville, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 324, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 27, 1894, newspaper, February 27, 1894; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth504145/m1/3/: accessed June 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.