The Cuero Daily Record. (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 102, Ed. 1 Friday, May 18, 1900 Page: 1 of 4
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THE GUERO DAILY
GUERO, DEWITT COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 18, 1900
MISTROT BROS. & GO
MISTROT BROS. & GO
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vent of the Season
nber the Day
MONDAY, MAY 21ST
FOR 30 DAYS (OR AS L0N6 AS LOTS LAST)
WORTH OF DRY 600DS AT
KNOWING a Big Advance was coming we purchased last October
and November, for this S >ring, nearly double the quantity of goods
usually bought, and as continual bad weather has delayed our
Spring trade, we find ourselves ^ i & &
€ BOUGHT the Bankrupt Stock of Pritchel & McKenn
The stock invofc
It is a brand n
YY known as the “Hub”—in Victoria.
T T $27,000 and we secured it for $14,000
stock in every department and contains a fine assortment of
Qoods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Furnishing goods, etc.
shall place a big portion of this magnificent stock on sale in Cu<
OUR cut prices will not affect our Oil Finished
Portrait offer. You get a $ 10 portrait absolute-
ly FREE with every $20 purchase. Ask for
a ticket and keep a record of your purchases.
SEE Portrait Display in the $how Window.
Buying it at a little over 50 cents on the foliar
enables us to give the people of Cdero the greatest bargains ever
offered on first-class goods. Reserve your purchases until you sefe
our ad in Sunday’s Record and you will be able to save big money
on new and seasonable goods of every kind. This stock is but little
over a year old and is the prettiest stock of Bankrupt goods ev^r
bought. j* , j* > j* j* jt j.
I—11 I NOW IN AND OPEN
; Also JUNE DELINEATORS.
FASHION SHEETS FREE.
...Yours for Business...
I Mistrot Bros. & Cc
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS
RIP TO COLORADO.
Died in Cheapside.
On Banking Business.
It becomes the painful duty of
the Record to chronicle the death
of Dr. and Mrs. G. C, Milner’s
infant son, which occurred at their |
home in Cheapside yesterday after- j
noon at 5 o’clock of cholera in-
fantum. The funeral took place
at 3:30 o’clock this afternoon, in-
terment in Bcllvue cemetery,
Cheapiide, and the remains were
followed to the grave by a long list
of sorrowing friends of the family.
Joseph Carlton Milner was born
October 19, 1898, being in conse-
quent* eighteen months and twen-
ty-eight days when the angel of
detth reached forth and took him
Kahis everlasting reward.
The bereaved family have the!
deep«fmpathy of their legion of,
frieadi in this section in their sore j
The ice cream festival at the
Dromgoole place last night, given
by the Ladies’ - Home Parsonage
Society of the Methodist church,
was a complete success from a
standpoint of both social and finan-
cial. The lawn was beautifully
lighted by Japanese lanterns and
the refreshments were served on
the lawn, where small tables and
Chairs were scattered for the guests.
A large crowd was out and the
amount of $22.40 was netted from
Today Otto Buchel, A. B. David-
son John H. Bailey,Geo. J. Schleich-
er and others went over to Karnes
City for the purpose of organizing
a National Bank, or rather of na-
tionalizing the present bank of
Buchel,Wagner & Co. of that city,
i The names mentioned in connec-
tion with the enterprise is assur-
ance that success will crown their
The Record to Give Some One
Dating, Free of Cost.
Can Throw No More Light on
than can prices, and our prio»,gm
jewelry and jewels are Hart# cmmjj
for you to buy if you but pJ£witW
Bon’t forget *e carry AmmuiMM
R. II. BARNES,
The Record has transportation
for some one in DeWitt county to
Boulder, Colorado and return, with
stop over privileges anywhere,
going an i coming and limited to
return October 31, this year. Who-
ever wants this pass can get it' by
a little effort on their part. It, is
to be given to the one (teachers
not excepted, if they want it, if
they don’t they don’t have to take
it) who secures, or for whom is
secured ;he greatest number of
subscribe s to the Weekly Record
before 6 o’clock p. m., June 25,
this year. These are all the con-
ditions and the contest is open.
Whomsoever cares for such a trip
now has t le opportunity to enjoy
it and without cost, save their own
Yorktowo’s Oil Mill
Yorktown, Tex., May 15.—The
sum of $16,000 was subscribed in
an hour’s time here today for an
oil mill at this place. Wm. Eck-
The Queen & Crescen
will, beginning June 1 1
tinuing until September 3c
sell summer excursion tick
principal resorts in the nor
and southeast, with final li
tober3i, 1900, at reducec
The service of the Queen l
cent Route is first class i
respect; through sleepers,
car service en route.
who is the leading spirit in
the movement, hopes to raise the
| remainder needed iq a short time.
] F. Kraege has gone to San An-
tonio in connection with the oil
of Gentlemen and Boys’ Spring and
Summer Clothing in all styles.
Prices are right and so are the
goods. Better look at them before
F A. TAYLOR.
$5,000 to Loan.
Of Interest to You.
To lend on real estate security
approved by the county judge,
$5,000, interest per cent, time,
one, two or three years.
F. W. Baths,
Frank Hutchings, Guardian.
The Presbyteriaa ladies tea for
the benefit of the “sufferers in In-
dia’* was in progress at press time
this afternoon and the Record
hopes they will get a lot.
The Record regrets to chronicle
Mrs. Geo. Heyer sick at her home
on Broadway and trusts it will be
of -W duration.
Mrs. F. W. Brown and two little
grandchildren, Misses Ida ayd
Cecila Brown, returned home to-
day from a pleasant visit* to rela-
tives on their ranch.
Misses Annie Koehler and Car-
rie Menn, were in the city today
from Arneckeville, shopping. ,
In shaving or haircutting yon
get the best results possible in ease
or style at Alfonso Reyes^ shop
near Muti hotel. Try him.
Storage Room for Reet.;
In our bribk w*areh
rent;, low rate of insur
W. F. Harris appeared before
Justice Pridgen’s court Jn Thora-
Dr. J. H. Burleson returned
from a day’s visit to Victoria on
the limited this morning.
ternoon on tl
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Wood, H. G. The Cuero Daily Record. (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 102, Ed. 1 Friday, May 18, 1900, newspaper, May 18, 1900; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth835167/m1/1/: accessed December 10, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.