The Cuero Daily Record. (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 107, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 29, 1901 Page: 1 of 4
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THE CUERO DAILY RECORD.
CUERO, DEWITT COUNTY. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY EVENING^ MAY 29.1901.
• • * Jj^noh©oods...
Boneless Sardines Veal Loaf
Lunch Tongue Chicken Loaf
Corned Beef Vienna Sausage
Deviled Chicken Frankfurter Sausage
......and Turkey Knack Wurst
Deviled Tongue Baked Beans in
.........and Ham Tomato Sauce
BLANKE’S CELEBRATED ROASTED COFFEE
I H. RUNGE & CO. I
A ioo-foot gusher of petroleum
has been struck on Middle Pass
island in Lake Erie.
As a re^idt of the supreme court
decision on our new possessions an
extra session of congress may be
necessary to fix duties on imports.
* * *
Germany has ordered her soldiers
in China to return home.
$ Special Offer in
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Another dry hole has been aban*
doned close to the big gushers at
Beaumont. It was drilled 2000
feet and not a sign of oil was ei
* * *
:::| 6 doeen “MONARCH” Shirts. Regular Price Isll
3 $1.25, which were shipped us
HH by mistake to be closed out at
GOME EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS,
KOEHLER DRY GOODS CO.’S
The Waters, Pierce Oil Co. has
decided to enter the Beaumont field
and handle the product.
The old soldiers to the number
of 2305 are in Memphis for the re-
* * *
Leas esof the state lands for
mining purposes are being filed
rapidly at Austin. For one dollar
a section of land is leased for. one
year, provided the lease holder
prospects for certain minerals not
precious. For $25 twenty-one sec-
tions can be secured for one year to
prospect for gold, silver, dia-
monds, copper, etc.
—We are Headquarters far—
—--«I Kiricia--' —
Cleanable, Automatic, and Odorless
Ice Cream Freezers Ttiple
Ice Cream Dippers, Ice Shaves, Ice Picks, Ice Tongs, Ice Tubs
Paper ptraws, Tumblers, Goblets, Fruit Jars, Jelly Glasses
Jelly Tumblers This Week, 30c per Dozen
ty Have you seen the Wickless Blue Flame Oil Stove: does
the same work as gasoline without its danger.
Veal Leaf, Chipped Beef
Cornell Beef, Lunch Tongue
Sliced Beef, Deviled Ham
Vienne Sausage, Potted Ham
Sold Bead Ham, Sauces
Breakfast Bacoa, Cakes
Boneless Ham, Crackers
Pickles in Bulk and Blass
Evaporated aid Dried EruHs
Our "Private Stuck” Rye
Whiskey has no Soperior
All Orders Promptly Erecuted
Otto Buchel & Co.
I *1 itme No. rt
Cheapside, May 28.
We had splendid rains last week
which were appreciated by farmers
Crops are doing well, especially
corn. Some report boll weevil
J. E. Lord received returns from
| his steers Friday. Weight 841 and
Miss Gertrude Littlefield of
Shiner is visiting Miss Annie Ar-
We are sorry to report the ill-
ness of W. H. Lewis.
Tfcere is to be a picnic on San-
i dies Friday.
Miss Ada Owen will return to
I her home in Waller county Friday.
Pearl Wofford returned home
Monday from Belton.
Mr. Young closed his nigh school
At the meeting Monday after-
noon of the Salome Hospital asso-
ciation F. W. Bates was elected
trustee to fill the vacancy caused
by the death of Mr. F. Fassett.
The following officers were elect
ed for the ensuing year, being the
President—Mrs. John Welch.
Vice President — Mrs. Jennie
Secretary—Mrs, J. L. Sheppard.
Treasurer—Mrs. Chas. Keller.
Secretary pro tem—Mrs. Rey-
The dinner for June 12, men-
tioned elsewhere in the Record, was
determined upon with the follow-
ing committee in charge of the af-
fair: Mesdames Jennie Luther,
J. H. Reuss, R. C. Flick and Miss
Messrs. Kingsbury and Baugh
came home from San Antonio this
afternoon. The former left again
on the 3:35 S. P. for Victoria and
Port Lavaca on business.
Joe Dubose, a prominent west-
side stockman, was circulating
among business men yesterday.
in mini i munmnnn n TTTTT
MA not h eriH
Since announcing our Clearance ^
Sale we haye purchased the.v.v ^
Robertson Bankrupt Stock I
of VICTORIA 3
Stock Invoices $10,000 and was bought by us for $5,700. —3*
and we consider it the best purchase of Bankrupt Goods we
have evey made. This purchase together with our DETERMINA-
TION TO REDUCE OUR OWN STOCK one-half assures the people ^
of Cuero and DeWitt county of the biggest SLAUGHTER SALE of
Seasonable Merchandise, just at a time when they are needed on
record. .• .• .. L . . ;•
Sale will Commence in Full Force 3
nONDAY, JUNE 3rd 1
Nothing will be Reserved==Everything Goes. 3
We are now receiving and markingythe Bank- E5
rupt Stock and you can prepare for^tlie Biggest 3
and Best Bargain Sale on Record.
Mistrot Bros. & Co.
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Almost a complete encyclopedia Ladies Black* Drop-Stitch I
for 25 cents a copy at the Record and Plain Hose worth 20c at
Office. Call and get one. QC the pajr
Same as above, better Quality,
worth 25c, now .6jcPair.
In the case of the First National
Bank of Yoakum vs. C. A. Kessler
et al. one of the jurors discovered
that he was^ upon the jury in the
trial of the case at a former term of
Everywhere—send your name
and address on a postal oard and
receive free sample copy of the
National Criterion, the great re-
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it“urtke gnZ a"d 11 “T* lae case at a form ol, publican magazine. Wanted ex-
propriate for the eugagment ring f lftls court and on motion of the elusive agents in every town, salary
withho°uUtldfl^sP“r„d * special1* care I! the was discharged °r commission. Write at once,
should be used iu its selection. Spn<1 ^ case continued. Address, National Criterion, P. O.
and f C.l,oice lot i H- B- Leonard vs. John McCarty box 251, Dallas, Texas,
and^wouid be pleased quote „ et „. _ conKnu'dby agreement. -——
.Grimes •& Baker vs. Chas. Tip- W. H. Allen of Victoria spent a
JJpen et al., judgment for notes, in- ^ew hours in Cuero today en route
| terest, attorneys’ fees, costs, fore-, home from the west*
|; closure of lien and order of sale, j Dr. G. C. Milner of Cheapside
H. C. Miller vs. Mrs.E. S. Smith j was circulating among Quero
ol Jaa^U « f J / « m • «
R. H. BARNES
^8c<r^€feec<iccccccc0ccc<c€*^ etal., deatli^f defendant suggested triends today.
--- .asm ---------abated as to her; jjndg-
Euchre Club Notice.
and cause abated as to her; judg
raent against E. S. Smith tor notes,
interest, attorneys’ fees, costs, fore-
- ------—ictrs, costs, l<
Mis. J. C. Howerton asks the c^osur^ of lien and order of ^|le.
Record to announce for the benefit Raetzsch et al. vs. Carl
of members of the Married Ladies’ Ra^tzsch-et al., judgment for par-
huchre club that the game begins J. H. Black\veH7~A&5lph
tomorrow afternoon at 4.clock. Hagen and H. Neumann appointed
** • «• . commissioners with authority to
The Record regrets to learn of f make a survey if necessary and re-
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Indicate much warmer weather Ladies Lace Hose, sell every- ' A Shirt Talk . . . . * JU\U P°n “ prese?‘term °< tbis court.
and demanding all the popular whereat 50c, now 25C Pair We would like to have a little Shirt Talk and Mrs I W Hilliard ofou'r 'j3" Scotch Lawns ' ,L r .
drinks made by the South Texas A j. LI J * with you about our new and swell line. I / ’’ " ’ l“afd of our city, OCOtCtl Lawns, worth DC yard,
.«0, Ask lor list and prices. • At HodgCS EKtSLT ^ 1
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TAY LOR. Ibetter right soon aud sPeedi|y
Come aud see
our line of
before buying elsewhere.
We Undersell our
Hodges'. A. F. Trautwein.
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Wood, H. G. The Cuero Daily Record. (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 107, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 29, 1901, newspaper, May 29, 1901; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth920962/m1/1/: accessed August 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.