The Cameron Herald. (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 17, 1898 Page: 8 of 8
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THE WEEKLY HERALD: CAMERON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1608#
♦a WE HAVE REAPED A BIG HARVESTS*
Dress Goods, Furnishings, Silks, Shoes, Hats, Clothing
AND LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHNG GOODS,
And it is our pleasure to announce to the trading public of Cameron and vicinity the arrival of this
beautiful and well selected stock of merchandise. We have everything arranged complete
rroaEs "STOXTR xisrts^ECTXofcr.
We also desire to announce that we will, after October .st, SELL STRICTLY FOR CASH I We have taken no little pains in the selec-
tion of the tevy of Bargains, and realizing the fact that todo ^successful cash business, we must be contented with a small margin on our purchases,
We have po^tWely touched bottom to start with, and consequently we must Insist on spot cash and one price to all. We quote below a complete
list of our offerings: _ — -
Lonsdale and Fruit of the Loom: Yard Wide Do*
meatic, value 7 c, at 6c.
"Second to None" YaM Wide Bleached Domestic
L. L. Unbleached Domestic, yard wide, at 3 l-2c.
Heaviest and best yard wide Sea Island Domestic
Good unbleached drilling at 6c
Extra heavy unbleached drilling at 6 and 7o
« Good unbleached 10-4 sheeting at 10c a yd.
10*4 bleached sheeting at 13 l-2e
Peppereli 9-4 and 10-4 L.eaehed sheeting 16 l-2c
and 17 l-2c
42-inch Peppereli pillow casing, 10c
60 Pieces cotton plaids at 4c.
60 Pieces Gold Medal cotton plaids at 6c
26 " Extra quality cheviou at 6c, 6 l-Sc, 7c
and 7 l-2c per yard
Mattress tlcbiug, 10 yards for 45c
A. C. A. gold medal feather tick, 10 yards for 99c
Good .heavy woel jeans 16 to 26e
Domet outings at 6c, 8 l-2c and 10c
300 Pieces standard fall styles 64x64 full count
calico at 4c
300 Pieces high standard fall styles calico at 5c
Lot 1517—12 men's tan all wool suits, value
$12.50, at $9.00.
Lot 1663—10 men's black all wool suits, value
$18,00, at $15.00.
Lot 1554—S men's all wool suits, black, at $12.00.
Lot 1664—12 suits, mixed nil wool, at $7.00.
Also 500 other good values in men's and boy's
Wben looking for a nice new nobby suit, drop
in and we will take pleasure in showing you our
60 Pair Ladies' Dongola" Kid Button Shoes at
$1, made by Harrisburg Shoe Co.
500 Pairs .Ladies' llarrisbug Yici Kid Button and
Lace Shoes at $1 60, $1 76, $2 00 and. $2 26.
We guarantee every shoe made by Harris-
burg Shoe Co.; children's shoes made by Har-
risburg cannot be equalled, and the price
We also have a large line of Utz & Dunn's Ladies'
Fine Button and Lace Shoes at $2 50, $2 75,
$3, $360. $3 75 and $4, unequalled for style,
fit and wear! See these new goods before
making fall purchase.
The following well known lines of men's fine
shoes are to be found iu stock: Selz, Schwab
t Co.. J S Neloou, Sous & Co., Brown Shoe
Co. aud Hamilton-Brown. Prices rauge from
$1 50 to $5 values, O. K.
Remember, our guarantee with every pair of
shoes sold is Gilt Edged.
Dress Goods, Etc.
5 Pieces Fancy Over Lace Plaids at lQc
10 " " " « «• at 16c
10 " Double told percales at 8 l-2c
10 " High Grade percales at 10c
5 " Extra Fine percales at 12 l-2c
Fancy Suitings 8 1-2 and 10c
Henriettas, Serges and Novelty Dress Goods at
12c, 15c, 17 l-2c and 25c
26 Pieces novelty dress goods at 35c
15 " " " " at 60c
10 " " « « at 76e
5 " " « " at $1.00
Heavy black dress silks at 75c to $1
Waist Silks 50c to$l per yard
Satin for Skirts and Trimming, 50 cents to $1
13s* In conclusion, will say that we have always sustained a reputation for handling only standard and useful merchandise, and make only state-
ments that we can fulfill. We want your trade and offer inducements that should bring you to our store.
YOURS FOR AN HONEST DEAL-
_A_ IKD <5c D S,
BELTON .STREET CAMERON- TEXAS.
Texas Gin and Compress
WILL GOLDTHWAITE, President.
This Company, after heavy expense in re- |
building their large gin plant this year, beg 1
to call the attention of their patrons and
others to its facilities for
which we feel are better than ever. |
1 3VE ILLIN O! 1
Our milling facility has also been increased
and we feel that our brand of
"LITTLE RIVER MEAL,"
IS AS GOOD OR BETrER
Tlxo-n. ^.aa.3r on Tla-is 2v£a,rlcet
Selling lor Cash!
We are again determined, in order to meet the!
| competition of cash houses, to close our books,
Septe^o/ber 1, 1S98,
1SELL FOR CASH 1
DURING THE FALL SEASON.
J If you have corn to sell, bring it to
| J j Texas Gin and Compress Co
'111 ■ Quantity no object. We buy all you bring.
Highest market-price paid for corn in cash. The farmers of Hilam
county have patronized us. It is our turn to patronize them,
TEXASlGir AND COMPRESS COMPANY
We return thanks for the liberal patronage dur-l
| ing the past months of the year, and solicit the pat-1
| ronage of the public on a CASH BASIS until
the close of the year. We have just received a com-
plete and carefully selected stock of
DRY * GOODS,
all new styles and fresh from the wholesalers, and!
will make prices which cannot be undersold. We'
have a nice line of ready-made Clothing, Hats and!
Shoes, which we have marked down to a close mar- <
gin. We have cut prices of GROCERIES, and in-;
vite all to call and see us. !
CA MERON, TEXAS.
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McAnally, Oscar F. The Cameron Herald. (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 20, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 17, 1898, newspaper, November 17, 1898; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth233502/m1/8/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.