The Caldwell News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1897 Page: 1 of 6
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CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1897.
J. F. Cobb's Price List For Spot Cash Buyers.
Harmony Shirting Print* 3
Standard Dre '« 4
Columbia Indigo Blue Print* 4
Slater Cambric Dre** Lining* 4
Hamilton i >il Red and Indigo ltluc Drra* Print* 5
Simpson Black*. Fancies and Grey*. Dre** Prints .. 5
Solid Oil Culnml Print* 5
Arlington Cotton Check* ami Plaid 3
Cape Fear •• " •• '• 4
Rescue •• 5
Amo*keag Check Gingham* 5
Pre * Style Gingham* 5, 6V fH
Buckingham Hickory 5
Amo*krag Be t (Jnality Hickory 8}j
K« !ip*c 27-inch Cheviot 7
Edinburgh Cheviot 7)i
(¿olden Chain 31-inch Cheviot H',j
Mutcofec 2**-inch Matt re * Tick 5
Old Homestead Fancy Tick 10
Eureka No. 34) Feather Tick. 10
amn«ki>iv a r a Feather Tic. .. ú
Starter 4-4 Huft Fini*h, no *tarch, Bleached Domestic 4
Juanita 4-4 Good Value Bleached Ikimestic 5
Hlack*tone A. A. 4-4 Bleached I*om«*tic
I/vnadalc Green Ticket 4-4 Bleached Dome tic
Broii on C. 4 4 Brown Domestic 3
LrU.inn XX Sea Island Domestic 4
Union Mill* Sea Inland Domestic 5
Kgrcmont LL Sea Island Domestic S
Tri'Ht AAA heavy I domestic 5
Nau hex J. Drilling 5
Clifton S. Drilling 7
I.owrll KM Brown Sheeting 12)4
L.wcll I'M Blefcched Sheetiug 15
Pepperell W Brown Sheeting 15
MM '• •• 1« 4
" «M Bleached "
1<M " " 1*
Eureka P 2^-inch Twill Back Canton Flannel 4
No. 10 " 5
• • té tt 44 «t i 4 •••••••• 7
Otir Leader, ftitra (Quality " "
Hr v\ Double Faced Mottled Flannel 10
No Irish Fri« xt W
<• o*. " " 20
iiumtioldts 9 o All Wo.il Jean 33 J. J
Waterproof, 54-inch W
•• •• Be*t nnatit.% 50
Heavy Red Twilled FUnucl 20
BUUon Table Oil Cloth 10
A A tt 1*
You will notice that we irire the brand of the
above which is something our competitor
don't often «lo. We are always open for «compari-
son of quality and price .
Outing Flannel*. Plaids and Stripe* 5
Krnwu.k Dre * Plaid* 5
Idea lean Wool Fini*h 'Mi
Vicugna and Thelma Fleece Suiting 10
Ainoskeag Teatledown I"
D.u'ilcfacod 30*inch Fast Colored Plaid* 10
Cashmere Sllk-FlnUhed HIimshic 10
Dremlen Suiting •••
Aiwanadown Plush ''
Black Sateen . . . . ?H. 10. w w 20
Hamilton Wool Filling Alj aca 5
SMnch Cashmeres. New Color* .. ... 12*i
I i.utile Width Two Toned Jac^aard . New Colors 12,4
J# inch Henrietta. New Color ..... 30
All Wool Tricot*. " " % 2U
Jüyitich Two Toned New Colors • 30
" Broadht-ad Fancies, .fo ttni I aluc..... 3S
" Silk Finish Henrietta, New Colora 25
4(Winch Black and Blue Ser (o
4 inch All Wool Ladle* Cloth "
.iMimh All W.H.I MlW Finish Henrietta. New Colors.. 4o
44-inch " " Srrgc. New Color 50
.SO-in'h Broad-Cloth, *1 Value <5
IWwiutiful I.me lilack Fanciv for Skirt upfront 20
Im. IViikoI. liatu.n
04 M •• ** ...,«♦•• # • «1 00
- (¡vnitinc " Coin or C. S. Toe. . 1 25
Vici IK.ngola, in Heel or Spring Heel. Coin or
( S Toe. I «ace or Button, the best Shoe on
Karth for the Money J 50
•• t.lov. Gram. Button ami I «ace. Solid 1 00
Pebble J "JJ
.. ,h| " o " '* " 1 00
i. Pebble " Spring Heel Button. Solid 1 4M>
Cangcroo Calf. Heel or Spring lb el. Button.. 1 50
A Wig stock of Children' Shoe* at from 25c up;
too tn.mv style to quote price . ( hildren Pebble
Grain Sdiool Shoes at 75c, ««V (" SI .ire winners
and we have them.
Men's Two-Buckle Plow shoe Solid
•' .Solid tHI Grain Crecbnore 1 <"
• i «. <• *. Creole Congress I'"'
" Br t ynalitjr «hi Grain Creed more or Creole ^ ^
Ha tn i B on' -lírwív n 'a '' Be * t in the World for the Money."
Hamilton-Brvwn's "Brown" B.s.t 2 00
lloya* Boot up from ,
Men's Sntin < alf I .ace or Coiij^re . . .... ...
Br t Oualitv Satin Calf. Solid riiroughout. in all the
Ne%* T.M- , I .ace or l ongre *. I ongress have
Hub Gore -u.l no U tter Shoe is made for the
Money i si
A l ÍR stock OÍ liner go«Hl in Ladies ami Men s
at from $2 up. Our shoe department has a capacity
of over 5000 pairs of shoes, but it is full and we
have several hundred pairs over. There is no
doubt but what we sell more shoes than any two
stores in Caldwell. If your feet have troubles of
their own, come and let us remedy it by fitting
them with comfortable shoes. We will give you
comfort, style and durability for a little money.
Of course, everybody know of the big- advance
in Clothing, as well as all Woolen Goods. We
bought our Clothing in May, when prices were per-
haps the lowest ever known in this country, and
we have marked them accordingly. Some of our
suit we could not buy for the price we are selling
them at to-day.
Boya: Heavy Hititiet Knee Pants 15
•• Wool M " 25
" Better Grade* at 50. 75 ft $1 00
" Heavy Satinet Knee Pan ta Suit* 50
" Double Breasted, Wool, Kae< Pants Suits I 00
" " " Better Quality, do 150
*• •• •• All Wool, do., up from 2 00
Men's Satinet Suits 1 75
" AH Wool Cheviot Snita 5 00
•• " " Black Clay Woratod Suit* 5 00
o o O J6 ot Mack Clay Worsted 7 50
We bought 152 Black Clay Worsted Suits alone,
and they arc worth nearly as much now at the
factory as we sell them at.
Our $10 and $12 suits are the best values we
have, as they are tine goods and tailored throughout.
Men's Doeskin Jcam Pants well made with patent
button* and two hip pockets 75
Best Quality do 1 (W
Men's Ca*imere Pants with two hip pocket* 75
All Wool Cheviot Pants $1 50, $1 75 << $2
Better Crailes up from 2 50
Good Overalls with or without apron 50
Plaid Jumpers 25 (ft 40
Men'* Guaranteed Slicker*. Yellow or Black 2 00
" Mackinto*he* up from 2 50
" Overc« at* up from 175
" Duck Coat*. Wool Lined ...... 1 00
" Duck one side, Jeatia the qther. Reversible Coats 2 00
0ent8'and L&dto" Furnishing Goods.
Men's Negligee Work Shirts 15
" •* " *' (hcavyl 25
•• " " " Kx'ra ytiality 50
" Laundered Percale Shirt* 50
•' " " " Extra Quality 75
" Unlautidcred White Shirts 25
" " '• " with Reinforced bos-
om. Rndless Sleeve and Back Staya 50
We have by far the best line oí Dress Shirt at
75c and $1 in town. We handle Trojan Shirt He
Collar Co.' good , which need no recommendation.
Men's Heavy Undershirts 15
" " " good valoe 25
White. Extra Quality 50
o " Half Wool, Mixed 50
" •• •• All " " 75
The last three lots come with drawers, also at
Better Grades in Suits at $2. $A (rf $4
Men's Drill Drawer* 15. 25 «* ¿5
" Canton Flannel Drawer 25. ¿5 (r* 50
Indies' Sleevele** Vest 5. 10 of 12!n
" Long Sleeve Vest -15, 25 m .15
Half Wool 60
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We have only 25 doz each of the 15c (a> 25c Vests
on hand, which will not last long at these prices,
as they are exceptional ginxl value.
Gents' Wire Buckle Susjiender-. 10
" Silk-Faced " 15
M Kxtra yualitr " 25
" Celluloid Collars 5
" Linen Collars 5
" Trojan " 10 (it 15
A good line of E. & W. Collars and Cuffs always
Ladies Shirt Waists at greatly reduced prices.
A Job Lot of Corset* to go at 25
Warner Brothers' Sensation Corsets 50
Warner Brothers' Sun Rise Corset* 75
Warner Brothers' French Model High Bust Corsets .. 1 00
Warner Brothers' High Hip C<>rsets 1 <10
Warner Brothers' No*. .VV* and AAA I 00
Warner Brothers' Nos. 555, 777 and HS8 1 50
I.adies' Jersey (¡loves 15 «f 25
Ladies' Gauntlet Kid Gloves 50 «t $1
Big line Hush, Simmons A: Co.'s Ladies' Dress Kid
Gloves in new styles and colors.
Men's Hcuvy Scotch Wool (¡love* 25
Men'* (¡oat, Short or Gauntlet Gloves 50
Men's Fur Top Kid Gloves 50
Men's Better Grades, Short or Gauntlet (¡loves 75
Men's Buck Gloves 75 (<t fl
Men's Kid Gloves 50, 75, $1 00 <<r fl 50
We have the best value in gloves we ever saw.
H0SIEBY AND HANDKERCHIEFS.
Children's Heavy Ribbed Fast Black Hose 5
Children's Heavy Riblied Fast Black Seamless Hose ln
Children's Heavy Ribbed Fast Black Extra Hoae 15
Ladies' Fast Black Hose 5
Ladies' Seamless Fast Black Hoae 81
Ladies' Fast Black Hose, Double Heel and Toe 12%
Ladies' Fast Black Hose, Full Finish, Double Solea.. 15
Men's Fast Black Half Hoee 5
Men's Fast Black Half Hoae, Extra Seamless 10
Men's Fast Black Half Hose, French Finish 15
Better Grades in all the above. Men's Heavy Work
Socks, 1)¿ D s to the dozen with ribbed tops 5
Best Quality Men's Heavy Work Socks, ribbed tops .. 81
Men's Heavy Seamless Tan Socks 8|
Ladies' Colored Border Handkerchiefs 1
Children's Animal Figured Handkerchiefs 1
Our line of ladies 5c Handkerchiefs is grand.
They come in fast colored borders, plain white
hemstitched and white with embroidered corners.
Ladles' Plain White Hemstitched All Linen Handk'fs 10
Gents' Colored Border Hemstitched and Plain White do 5
Extra Good Value «i 10
Big line finer goods in ladies and men's.
HAT AND CAP DEPABTMENT.
This department £ives the best values of any in
the store, yet there is not one customer in a dozen
who know the value of a Hat when it comes to
prices. We know we could get better prices by
asking them, but we do not want to take advantage
of the trade by putting prices up on goods of which
they do not know the value. This is a good point
to watch all along the line.
We have a big drive in Boys' Wool Hats Regular 50 <H>
75 cent Values for 35
Beat Grade Wool Hats 50 and 75
Boys' Fur Hats, New Styles 75 (d $1
Men's Fur Hats with Reid's Sweats, in White or Black
Alpine, Railroad or Large Shapes 1 00
Men's Fur Hats in three styles, Large Shapes, Black
or White, free of Shellac and Turned Sweats
We invite comparison with any Hat you pay $2
for. (>ur price 1 50
Better goods at $2, $2.50 and $3.
No. 1. A Job Lot of Stiff Hats 50
No. 2. A Job Lot of Stiff Hats, Regular $2, $2.50 (<?
|3 Goods. Your Choice for 100
Toilet Pins, per paper \1
Crinkled Hair Pins, per box ' l
Invisible Hair Pin: , per package 1
Assorted Hair Pins j>cr cabinet 5
Safety Pins; all sizes, per dozen... 5
Kid Curlers, per dozen " 5
Curling Tongs, All Sizes 5
Fine and Ccarse Combs, up from 5
Horn Collar Buttons, per dozen 5
Pearl Cuff Buttons, per pair 10
Pearl Link Cuff Buttons per pair 25
Note Paper, per quire i.!!"!!'.".".!!"!""!! 3
Eagle Lead Pencils, perdoz .'!"!!!!!!.'!! 2%
Gents'Coin Bags !""'.!!!! 5
Ladies' Long Leather Purses, AH Colors, up"from!".' 10
Ladies' Belt Bags, up from 10
Big Line New Belts at ...I.'.'.'.!."'.!".l.'.V.i.'ÍÓ, 15, ¿5 $ 50
Dress Shields, up from 10
Bias Velveteen Dress Binding, all colors 3
Morco Velveteen Cord-edge Dress Binding, all colors 5
Mohair ftoutachc Braid, per bunch, 2 doz. y'ds all colors 20
Silk do 90
Big Line of Gimp aud Jet Dress Trimmings.
Three Spools Progress or Clover Thread (200 yards) 5
Three SjhjoIs Merrick's Thread (200 yards) 10
Kight Spools Merrick's Thread (200 yards) 25
Crochet Cotton per ball 5
Knitting Cotton per tt> IS
King's Crochet Silk, all color , per spool 5
Filo Silk, all colors, per skein 3^
Imported Berlin Saxony. i>cr hank
German Knitting Worsted per 11>
Honey Comb Cotton Towels, 18x3<> 4
All Linen Huck or Damask Towels 18x3b 121
All Linen, Extra Heavy Towels, 20x40 15
All Linen High Grade , Big Assortment, Splendid
54-inch Red Table Damask, fast colors 20
00-inch Red Table Damask, fast colors 25
4S-inch All Linen, Half Bleached do 20
54-inch All I.iueu. Half Bleached do 25
High Grades All Linen Blcachcd up from 50
White 10-4 Blankets, per pair 50
Grey 10-4 Blankets, per pair 1 00
(¡rey 11-4 Blankets, Extra Heavy, per pair . . . . 1 50
White 10-4 and 11-4 Extra Quality, up from . . . .3 00
Heavy Bod Comforts loo
Extra Quality Bed Comforts. Sateen Top aud Tacked 2 00
Job I,ot of Ladies' Light Weight Caj es, 50, $1 and $1 50
A Hood line of better grades from $1.75 up.
This department this season will be in charge of
Miss Alice Nicholson, who has just arrived from
St. I^ouis. She comes highly recommended as a
trimmer, and we are sure the ladies will be pleased
with her. As to prices in this department no one
but a prejudiced person will say that the same
goods can be bought for less money any where in
the State. Miss Nicholson will be pleased to meet
and serve the ladies and will do all she can to
_ "One Price to Everybody,"~J. F. COBB.
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Rust & Joiner. The Caldwell News-Chronicle (Caldwell, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, September 24, 1897, newspaper, September 24, 1897; Caldwell, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth169171/m1/1/?rotate=90: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Harrie P. Woodson Memorial Library.