The Cuero Daily Record. (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 26, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 5, 1901 Page: 1 of 4
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THE CUERO DAILY RECORD.
VOLUME 14' ] (:U1£KO- DEWITT COUNTY. TEXAS. TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 5, 1901. _ NUMBER 2*
" Progressive I 11 Mistrot Bros. & Co. *
demands that new stocks at
the beginning of a season
shall not be choked with
broken lots left over from
the previous season's busi-
ness, .therefore jt &
.. * will this week .
inaugurate the *?*
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of bran new valuable mer-
chandise ever known in this
city and we propose to
ECLIPSE ALL PAST EF-
FORTS IN VALUE GIVING
J. A. Graves
who for the past six weeks has
been confined to his bed by sick-
ness, will again be at his post of
duty and promises to offer to the
trading public of this section some
that will shake competition from
center to circumference. By
Wednesday every center counter
in our building will be
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Loaded With Bargains
NOT GOODS WET TWO MONTHS
ABO AND UTTERLY WORTHLESS
NEW FRESH LOTS OF DRY BOODS
that must go at a loss to make
room for new spring goods now
on the road; goods bought last
September before the heavy ad-
vance in all cotton goods and
THERE WILL BE NO ADVANCE AT
THE BIB STOBE ON ANY LINE OF STAPLES
^\^ATCH this space,
will be of interest
you. Our Cuero Manager
is now. in San Antonio se-
lecting* from the Franke
stock for our trade and you
may expect some startling*
bargains on his return.
A Few Special Values on Monday ^ Tuesday
•f AND ON WEDNESDAY +
Thousands of Bargains will be Open for Your Inspection
Capes and Jackets.
put them away
It will pay yoa to buy and
loO ladies’ capes, all this seasons goods but we
can’t afford to carry them over so we say for this
week your choice of any cape in stock at 60c on
dollar. v* |
76 ladies' and misses’ jackets all new styles
BUT OUT THEY GO, your choice for 60c on the
dollar. This means $10 garments for $6, |8 gar-
ments for $4 80, |6 garments for $3, $4 garments
for $2.40, $2 garments for $1.20-a loss to us on
A clean sweep of values. Over 300 men’s win-
ter suits; over 150 overcoats are to go at ' regu-
lar price, as these goods must be moved to make
room for spring godds. Don’t delay your pur-
chases as lots are beiug closed out every day.
’Elegant line boys and youth’s clothing at pric-
es under any.competition.
500 men’s black suits, vicuua«*%French back,
clay worsteds and cheviots from $3 to $20 the suit!
A e will open by Wednesday, possibly sooner, a
consignment of 6000 yards of mill ends of the
finest embroideries at % to % regular price. This
is by far the best and cheapest lot of these goods
we have ever had and in the Fruit of the Loom
bleached at 7%c and embroideries st % price the
ladies will certainly have strong inducements to
begin their spring sewing early.
10 pieces staple check gingham, 5c value, this
week you buy 10 yards for 30c.
15 pieces A C A tick, au 18c value, this week
12j4c the yard.
_ 25 pieces beautiful percales, fast colors aud a
i c value, Monday and Tuesday only 10 yards for
50c—10 yard limit.
llot of remnants in 36 inch 10c percales, pos-
sibly 300 yards, Monday and Tuesday your choice
10 yards, for 66c or 6^c a yard. Some pretty
■ u-, sllirtiug patterns in this lot. *
V 50 pieces best Lousdale or Fruit of the Loom,
yard wide bleached domestic, an honest 9c value
today—you buy for this week only 10 yards for
<5c. Price it elsewhere and see its value.
5 pieces 10 4 Peperell sheeting, Monday and
Tuesday 5 yards fer $1.- Please price this else-
where and see if we offer you a bargain.
o(H) pieces best calicoes 2#, ,4 and 5c the yard.
HTO pieces cotton checks, the best 6#c value,
our price ouly 5c the yard.
John Clark’s spool thread, 2 spools 5c.
.ftBeS.tSlaDdard thread 3 spools 10c or 15 spools
50c, limit 15 spools.
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sr Mistrot Bros. & Co. 3
! Butcher and »
Late - News.
Nearly 100 cases Hamilton-Brown and 45 cases
of Lty and Dunn celebrated foot-wear just opened
gives us an degant hne of spring shoes and by
eduesday we will have several hundred pairs of
broken lots on our bargain tables at about one-
If the watch could talk as it ticks
what tales of butchery and cruelty
it could unfold to a misguided
public. Jewels broken, hair
springs bent, springs rusted, faces
cracked and a hundred other such
aliments would be the general
complaint. The same care should
be exercised in the repaiiing of
the watch as in the purchasing of
.it, and in the hands of a skilful
workman it will last a lifetime.
ing if they are not as represented. ^ j.
R. H. PARNESv
* THE' JEWELER. |
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- In attempting to destroy a res-
taurant in which liquors are sold in
§ Topeka, Kansas, Mrs. Nations
landed in jail and her companions
had their noses smashed. Mrs.
Nations is disconcerted the
least bit and is ready for another
The Boers in South Africa are
more active and are making it
very unpleasant for isolated bodies
*>f English troops. The English
are concentrating their , forces in
order to avoid these small losses
which are beginning to tell on the
strength of their forces.
f^RICES so that everyone can
I htave th?ir watches repaired
these dull times. Th*
watches I repair cau’t talk but
they keep awful good time.
Below I give you prices on worh
*re on,y «-*
^Watches Cleaned 50c
Main Spring in Watch 50c.
8 Day Clocks Cleaned 5oc. .
Watch Glasses toe.
and my pl«ce is the only place
in town that you can get*first-
class jewelry job done.
Sam Marie, M’f’g Jeweler.
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In Pittsburg, Kansas,
smashed two saloons.
At the meeting of the Hospital
association yesterday afternoon at
the Salome hospital the same board ! By a vote of 69 to *8 the lower
rleriectedS “ Vo^ odthaSt yeaf Was house of the state legislature in-
business was.-transacted 'm^tant address the legis.a-
u‘ live committee on his amendments.
Sidetrack to be Put in. ~
A ___ The Record regrets to hear that
j The material for the cotton mill I"’ Parks liul? child has been
sidetrack is here and it will be put aud is stl#U5uite sick- So ill, jn
in Thurdsday, so Agent Anderson fact’ that Mr‘ Parks has keen kept
tells the Record. at l10ftle f'he past few days.
• tty. ■ Ivdward Kleberg, Esq., a rising
Jo in Autry left this afternoon young attorney of Vorktown is in
for Kenedy on a brief business trip, the city today on legal business
A Record subscriber complains
Of the . school boys using their
nigger-shooters” carelessly on
their way to and from school.
Some of ihem shoot at private
residences and are liable to injure
some one sooner or later. There
is an ordinance against the use
of nigger-shooters, * ’ We believe,
and it should be enforced if it is
the law. The parents of children
should look into this matter, too;
it is their duty to train their chil-
dren agafnst such bad habits.
Mrs. T. Kemper of San Antonio,
nee Miss Daiuty Atkinson of Goi
zales, arrived in the city yesten
on a visifcto relatives.
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Wood, H. G. The Cuero Daily Record. (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 26, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 5, 1901, newspaper, February 5, 1901; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth920950/m1/1/: accessed February 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.