The Cuero Daily Record. (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 92, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 8, 1901 Page: 4 of 4
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| THE GREAT SALE at THE BIG STORE |
. of a $/ o,000 stock of Bright New Spring- and Summer Goods is the talk of tlie town.
§§ Price Tumbling, Profits Crumbling in the Great Upheaval of our Special Cut Price May Sale. Sf
Tomorrow’s offering's will be a revelation to
thousands of satsified patrons, demonstrating once
again that the best g-oods at lowest prices is the
great crowd drawing mag-net at the Big Store.
I Past records will be broken as we propose to
make this sale the .greatest-event in our history,
and it will be a buying* opportunity that none
CORSETS HOSIERY and UNDERWEAR.
Immense assortments and low prices.
We are agents for the colebrated Black
Cat Hosiery and Kobo and Thompson
glove fitting corsets. Every style of
hosiery from 5c to 50c pair. Every style
in corsets 50c to 82 50. All the new
French shapes including the popular
little girdle corset.
Complete line of ladies underwear,
■drawers, corsets, covers, gowns, skirts
and chemises from 2.3c to $3 a garment
50 dozen ladies full bleached Jersey
ribbed rests 10c value at 5c.
50 dozen pink aud light blue Jersey
rib vests 10c value at 5c each.
40 dozen full taped ladies Jersey rib-
bed bleached vests 15c quality at 10c.
5000 STRAW and CRASH HATS
for men, boys and children.
Harvest hats, 10c value at 5c.
Mexican palmetto hats 25c value, 15c.
500 Sample Hats at Half Price.
Special prices for May selling in mens
and boy’s clothing. See our line of
serge coats, round and sqnare cut, $4,
$3 50 and $2 50
i>00 men’s Spring Suits in all the new
stripe and check effects, at $10, $7.50,
$5, $3 50 and $2 a suit
250 black spits from $350 to |18 a suit.
100 youth*’ suits, $7.50, $5, $3.50,
$2.50 and $2 the suit.
Knee pants suits, $5, $4, $3.50, $2.50,
$1.50, $1, 75c and 50c a suit.
Knee pants from 15c upward.
trimmed goods of the latest Paris effects
in_shapes and trimming at $7.50. $5,
$3 50rt$2 50, $2, $1.50, $1 and 75c.
Don’t forget that Miss McDonald
keeps in touch with all that is new and
novel in her line and spends two months
of each year in the eastern markets in
the finest millinery ware rooms in Amer-
ica and is therefore better prepared than
any other milliner in this sp<*tion to caier
to the warts of the most fastidious trade.
MILLINERY AT SPECIAL PRICES.
New goods just received by express
and marked at prices that no competi-
tion in this section can meet.
See our lines of walking hats and sail-
ors, latest New York styles at $1.50, $1,
75c, 50c, and 25c being about half what
you pay elsewhere for same goods.
Examine our line of pattern Hats and
50 dozen ladies silk, wool and cotton j 30§>air» chi Ids’ oxfords and sandals
ready to wear skiits, elegant goods, ; at 7oc/ 50c and 25c
latest cuts aud big bargains. Silk and j 385^airt ladies’ sandals and oxfords
satin skirts up to $7.50. crash skirts as I black ar tau, all 75c and $t values, at
low as 25c, serge and jacquard skirts osly 50c a pair, sizes 2# to 7.
$3 50, $2.50, $1 oO. and $1. 500peirs ladies’ oxfords and sandal*,
(MAT? sail ttfflC* Ileel 80(1 8PnnK heel, Mac* tan, all
DUUI5 ana MtUCS. g an4 fU$ values, at only 7.5c a pair,
\Ye buy more shoes aud sell more > sizes to 7.
shoes than any three other houses com j tiO pairs men’s vici kid, cung. or bat ,
bined in this city. Our shoe jnagnet j sizes 6 to 10, $2 qualities at only $1.25.
that draws the crowd is honest goods, j A«k to see otir line of hand made shoes
ow price to all. We in nes’s aud ladies’ from $2 »o f3V5ft.
SHIRT WAISTS ind SKIRTS.
35 dozen newest things in 20th cen- J best makes am
tury shirt waists will be opened tomor- guarantee every sJoc we seel and repair j ----------- - ■■■-■" - —*r- ---■- ■ ’ ■ ~ I
tow. These goods should have been io free of charge all that are not as repre-1 PARASOLS fOf LADIES lid CHflUEI.
Apr’l 10th but were delayed aud as we 1 seated. A great Hoe at great values, full 24
have too many waists for this late in the , Our guaranteed Hues of Ha.mhtm | inch 50c parasol for 23c. Full 2B iuchl
season spreal sale pneesjtill be put on B-owo, Douglass, Nelson. Preiputeyer,!steel frame Toe parssols for only 5#c.
eut.re lot. Lovely pure white shirt Tty ,fc Dunn, T¥«uent, Wolfe and Lewis. 25 dozen ladies black, white and fancy
CHINA WARE OEPAfiTMEITT.
-To close out some 151 -a and dinner
sets of fine chiua and hundreds of udd
dishes we will tomorrow ui*«ke clearing
sale prices on vn ire lot.
1 loi 97f piece Carlsbad china dimer
sets, a t20 value at $1;>.^5 for entire^*,
1 lot chin tea seta $S values, 57 piee^a
at *5 95 for entire -et g
All odd dishe>. plates, saucers, etc r at
exactly 75' on the d liar.
parrisote, bought cheap to sell cheap.
values for $3 50, $3 *50 values for $2.50,
$2.50 values for $2, $2 values fotr$L5fl j
j 5-Dress Goods SPE>CIAIy8<3|j^l
-J pir«s 10 y-ds for ^
Xt pieces lovely tinted cordettes. sold everywhere atT and>c, our May sale price only 5c vard
J- a. OWAVliS’ wBm
waists $1.$0, $1, 75c and oOc. All the best makes in America, for wear,
Lawn a:i<i percale waists $2, ffcj.50, $1, style and comfort they cannot be ex
/5c, 50c, .»5c and 25p, being jhe^greatest L celled.
Va«UCS T7i °frerc<i !” Cuer° $&00i* job and sample ladies’, men’s [ $1.50 ialues for$l. See our missesandj
I eautifnl line silk waists $4, $3. and and children’s shoes and slippers at half ichilds parasols $1, 75c, 50, 35c and 25c |
Btst line in Cu-*r>>. 25 dozen mew’s
shiris, 50c valur at 25c each-.
Elegant line negligee shirty 50c, 75e,
and $1. All new patterns for the spring
Full line of Berliner Strauss neck
wear, club ties, imperials, four-in-hands,
tecks, bat wings and butterflies from 5c
to 75c each.
* - . *
Note the Following Specials
SPECtat.s-s a ° .>' . ...
AGENT BUTTERICI PATTERNS.
Od0 doz.Coats .Kerr’s ami Williamautic th ead.the sort you get elsewhere at 5c spool,our price 3 for 10c
,r P5cces 10 4 FepperreH beached and unbleached sheeting sold eveiywere ‘25c, our price. 5.xards$l.
~ case> plantation iu. «->ft tr.iisbed blearhed dom., good6>^c value,this week you buv 20 yds for #1
*t0ck ischuck ful1 of Zood lhil,8* *o whim goods and wash goods
Mercerized chainbraya, iold in every stole in town 25c. Our May sale price only 20c yard
The Daily Record
II. G. WOOD, Editor.
J. C. HOWE1TOPI, flus. .H*r.
Oil Company Organized.
Postage to be Reduced to One Cent.
fuM.shed every day except Saturday. Sub-
scription 40 cents per month, or $4 per year.
Weekly edition Sl.ocfa year.
Ent«r«4 in tha Cu«r« postafficaas second-class
Reliable .information from
Tilt Ollicitl Organ ol the City ol Caere.
RAILROAD “’IMB CARD.
«. w. t. a p. (a. p. system). «
Regular Passenger Leaves. .\ .. 9:30 a. m
Arrives.----3:30 p. m
Mixed leaves..................3:3a p. m
ar rives................10:55 a. :»
S. A. AND A. P.
East bound Leaves..........12 55 p. m.
West-bound Leaves..........3.05 p. m.
Mixed, west bound, Leaves.. 8 20a. m.
“ east-bound, “ .. 7.14 p.m.
All mails cDse 30 minutes before ibe
trams arrive. Mail is collected three
tirm s daily from the street boxes—at 8
a. m., It/ So a. tn. and 5 p m.
Wm. Dkawk, Postmaatar.
Clinton, May 5. j The Gouzales Oil Company has Th*» PtlArmrt • ,
You must not be angry with me been organized. It is composed of ' l increase in the f
for not writing oftener, but lack of Gouzales business men. • Organiza- 7“ s " °i “rned .m Fred Duderstadt's place.
uews and heimr in w ,u j , J 8 ■ U. S. mails makes it certain that n*a: the “rocky mound” two miles
e ion was e ecte y e ecting J. \\ . tjje rate Q| p0Stage must eventually from Sedan, Gonzales county, is to
Married on Wednps/fov L ^ F1>’ V1CC* be reduced to OQe cent an ounce.! effect that two veins of lignite
Marned, on Wednesday last, president:^. D.lworth,treasurer: ■ The presidelll who succeeds inget-i weie encountered, both five feet
ri^ ^|fCCre^ar^ d^ector:,» J- ting such a measure through Con-1 thick. One was struck at 30 feet
. °-,Jr j ^ gress will hold a high place in the jand the other at 60. * There wa&
??f. ’ ’ ■*’ Bright, August esteem of the people, but no higher something else struck but its nature
d j?’ 1 m. ' a^. ef. an<^ ** ^ • than the esteem in which every-, *s a secret so far. Mr. Duderstadt
an e. e capita ization . w ill holds Hostetter’s stomach ! is preparing to go deeper with- P*.
e ?25,000 and charter wri! be ap- bitThis medicine has an un-! C. Stark’s steam drill. The coal
pie or. t is t e object of the equalled record in reducing the! find is not valuable owing to its
rompany to ore forj oil in this sickness of mankind. It getsfdistance from a railroad and the
Who wants to buy a brand new
^425 Emerson piano at a good dis-
count off of wholesale price? Pay-
ments to suit buyer. For particu-
lars see the Record. *
Want to be Put off at Buffalo?
For rates and particulars about
the Pan-American Exposition call
on any M. K. & T. R_y, agent, or
address, W. G. Crush, Gen’nfetas.
Agt., Dallas, Texas.
by Justice John Junker of Arnecke-
ville, Eider Joseph H. Miller of
the Christian church to -Miss Me-
dora E. Guilmenot. The* couple
have made Cuero the place ol their
Chas. Cook and wife of Cuero
came over to see hi* mother on her
j ranch todayn
The Church of Christ has bible
class every Sunday morning. The
Uuion Sunday school meets at
3 p. m. each Sunday.
Mrs. EugeneLYolIers of Houston
arrived today ou a several weeks’
visit to her motber-in-lavv, Mrs.
Davidson, and other relatives.
There has been a hard time to
get a good stand of cotton, -many
acres have beeu planted over and
owing to the dryness of the ground
aud bad seed there is . still a poor
; prospect unless we can get some
showers to bring up what seed is
gopd. Corn is doing well, but gar-
den truck is suffering.
It is rumored here this evening
that Fred. Schrade’s father at
Arneckeville died suddenly; we
know- no further about it. If it is
true a good man and a good citizen
has been called away.
county and sink prospecting wells
at different points. Lands have
beeu purchased aud leased between
the rivers and also in the northern
part of the county,considered to be
the best prospect in the county.—
*" m • m -—
Card of Thanks.
at the starting poiut of disease by j further^fact that lignite is gettiug
acting upon the stomach direct, ;t°° common iu Texas, especially
helping that important organ in its|since oil by the oceans was located
dpty of digesting food. It makes at Beaumont, fterhaps oil organ
We wish to thank our kind
friends and neighbors especially
for Iheir kindness in our recent
trouble and affliction, and for the
beautiful floral tributes. Their
kindness shall never be forgotteu.
Mr. and Mrs. Aull Bisckoff
duty of digesting food,
good appetites, allays nervousness,
stimulates the kidneys, and makes
run-down meu-or women feel like
a new person. Try it.
will be found in the well at a great-
A Couch Failure.
Mr. and Mrs..E. S. Loper of Vic ____________ _ ^
toria passed throughCuero today en: bankruptcy in the Federal coiTrt a"t
route to Rockdale where they will! San Antouio last Tuesday. U-
visit Mr. Toper's father. abilities $5225; assets Mr.
“Keep out the flies” by using j Moore lost about $1000 ia the
screen doors and windows. See our Koenig & \ an Hoogeahuyae fail-
line. J. R. Nagel & Son. jure at Cuero iu ’99 and has been
^m making an uphill fight to get
north and east
EFPEOTIVE MARCH IO, 1901,
ANNOUNCES THE COMPLETION OFm
Red River Division
DENISON and SHERMAN
t) Shortens the Distance.
It Opens New Territory.
Regner & Wieland
FH S,U- Goyd
A two-horse power boilerih good
condition for sale cheap. Inquire
at Record office.
Lee Joseph, the
Hon, A. B. Davidson was a pa,-! b^nker and st“k“a° of ,C“*f • time but at last
straight with the world since that
had Co succumb,
: ■ Proprietors of the
TURF EXCHANGE SAL!
WEST MAIN STREET. . f
Carry in stock the best brand* of wines,
Whiskey, Cigars, and Fresh Beer always
on tap. The public patronage solicited.
Btfuent at alt lliuae.
Courteous treatment at
grass, abuudntajl Water,
cents per hea*4. Ad-
3. Garrett, Thomas-
-se, ou tod.y, o, hU credit bavi^Tn
Urge quanm.es of vegeUbler j a„ full fed cattle have beeu about It0. P“sh. h,tnu for 9ettlem?Qt « a
are being sh.pped east from Cuero, I shipped out but that there will te " he COuW not , L -
Corpus and Other me erass fed cattle to eo later -j ralSe the mooey- His friends will ■ ■ . p„.„r
‘ »«.taSnlMk Sds»
- .fortunes.—Karraac Pnimi.r xr___ •-—
Ice cream freezers, cream dishes,:
saucers, ice picks, shaves, etc. See
us' before buying.
j! R. Nagel & Son. i Smith
are sometimes used in making
Corpus and other places. Today’s
Sap was delayed ten minutes or
more loading onions, etc., for the
eastein markets. *
Mrs. Walter Garuett and chil-
dren returned to Victoria today,
ftftgr a pleasant visit to Cuero rela-
A Plausible Theory.
I. S. Ott returned today froi%
LaGrange, where he went Sunday
as a delegate from the Cuero lodge
to the grand lodge meeting of the
Sons of Hermann.
k Gohmert left on today’s
a business run toThom-
Indicate much warmer weather
and demanding all the popular
drinks made.by the South Texftf
Ice Co. Ask for list and prices.
Fly traps, fly p
cloth, screen doo
Lowest prices at
.fortunes. Kan»s .County News.; VouInferior«arkian>«l
Sy the CuerqSteaai Laun^r. No blotch-
es or buroA, no tleary urorY where starch
is required*. Only fiflMMMkwork done.
Do you believe that dogs ^ #rder
pcMr-|are sometimes used iu making ■ "1,1 ""1**
county. It is hoped j sailsa^cs Give f^^Rrtal.
Mrs. Thos. Mayne and child they will keep falling until the! Brow» ~>ot but I suspect they,
teflon this morning's 9:30 s. P. ,drouthis broken all over S«rth ,““‘“P5*nt.««r«UentiBl,«h.
fat. short vkit to relatives and rrexas i Sm.th-Why do you think that. I ^ 8lvesa"
friends in dnliad. Tom looks, ",. , | ^own-Beeause when people are h,“ ““if*cnon-
pretty lonesole. John!. Wofford, a promiient fed on it a lew days they begin to,C',US,li0'
Mrs. McRde has returned 1 J thian tells us that the gjand j growl. Chicago New. Jack Campbell, a well known
M. returned t^odgeofthestetehjnto date ---- typo of Port Lavaca, arrived in the
Cuero after a three weeks’ visit to Mrs. A. Muti $260. This is 4side
Li|er parents, Mr, #nd Mrs. Thomas: from the local lodge’s liberal icou-
jviark, at Ch^apside. tribution.
k*® ^een elected ; city today from North Texas and
1&Ftfee*superi ntendency of the Yob
kum public school.
frill visit Cuero friends a short
time before leaving for home.
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Wood, H. G. The Cuero Daily Record. (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 92, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 8, 1901, newspaper, May 8, 1901; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth921309/m1/4/: accessed November 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.