The Texas Miner, Volume 1, Number 6, February 24, 1894 Page: 8
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THE TEXAS MINER.
A HINT IS AS GOOD AS A KICK
This week is some natty Tea Gowns, latest
styles, price $ i .50.
2. Boys' shirt waists. 25 and 50 rents.
Amoskeag apron ginghams: 7 1-2 cents ;i vard:
one lot. ladies" black sateen striped-skirt*, worth
$1.2;. will sell at cents.
Undershirts and drawers, grev Union, at 40
Children's spring-heel shoes, good for school
wear, sizes 12 to 2. at 95 cents.
Look at what your dollar will buy—One pair of
ladies' medium weight, button shoes, good value
at $ 1.50.
Glidden galvanized barbed wire. 3 1-4 cents; in
lots of rooo pounds or more, 3 cents per pound.
Fresh supply of hardware and tinware.
Try our Quinine Hair Tonic. Will remove
dandruff and prevent hair from falling out. guar-
anteed, at $ 1.00 per bottle. See our line of ladies'
and gentlemen's purses. Albums, cigars and
cigarette cases. First-class stock of stationery of
Sugar going up fast. We are yet selling 20
pounds for $1.00.
Alfalfa hay getting scarce. Our price lower than
we can lay it down here. Choice Prairie hav
still selling at 50 cents per bale.
No. II. Fresh car load very choice Colorado potatoes,
$1.2,0. per bushel. Red rust-proof seed oats, in
quantities, 45 cents per bushel.
12 Gallon Pie [teaches and apples. 33 1-3 cents
13. ( oarse and line salt. $1.50 per barrel.
14-. Imported Calves" foot jelly. 25 cent per quart
bottle. Verv nice.
15. Gallon jars German mustard. $1.00. Very
choice. Just the thing for large families and
16. Choice Sauer Kraut, $4.00 per 1-2 barrel.
17, * hoic.e Arkansas tomatoes, 3-pound cans. $1.40
per dozen; also choice line of canned vegetables,
fruits, jellies, jams, etc.
18. Cood rice, 20 pounds for $1,00. Hull Head
Navy tobacco,'25 cents per pound.
19. At our Meat market you will lind fresh P>ecf.
Pork and Mutton from cold storage, together with
fresh Fish and Oysters. Green Vegetables. Can-
ned Meats, Sah Fish, Sauer Kraut, etc.. etc.
20. That we have the largest and freshest stock of
goods in Texas, and are selling same at lower
prices than they can be bought elsewhere.
The Texas & Pacific Coal Company,
F. S. CRONK, - - - - Mgr. Mercantile Department.
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McAdams, Walter B. The Texas Miner, Volume 1, Number 6, February 24, 1894, newspaper, January 27, 1894; Thurber, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth200453/m1/8/: accessed May 26, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Tarleton State University.