The Cuero Daily Record. (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 106, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 28, 1901 Page: 4 of 4
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Sole Cuero Agents for Butterick Patterns. Fashion Plates Free
coarse rooo ocm.
Acting secretary of the navy,
Hackett, got a new definition of
the first state in the union from
one of his callers this week. He
was a flashily dressed negro, and
although he seemed to have a
little educatiou, he had hazy ideas
of how jobs are obtained from
, Uncle Sam. He sent his card in
to Mr. Hackett, and when he was j
admitted favored that gentleman
with a spread-eagle bow, and said:
*I have come, sir, to apply for
something to do around the de-
partment.” Mr. Hackett smiled,
as he asked, “what cau you do?”
“anything sir,” replied the negro.
“What state are you from?” asked
Mr. Hackett. ‘‘The first state in
the union, sir.” ‘‘New York,
eh?1 “No sir,’’ replied the negro,
proudly throwing his shoulders
back, ‘‘from Alabama, sir.” Mr.
Hackett politely informed his cal-
ler that the appointment clerk was
the proper man to file his appli-
cation with, and in reply to that
official, the negro said that he was
taught at school that Alabama was
the first state in the union, because
it came first in the alphabetical list
of the states.
Gen. Joe Wheeler, who has
spent the winter in New York,
passed through Washington this
week, on his way to Memphis, to
attend the Confederate reunion.
In a conversation, he said:*‘I have
beeu living most of the winter in
New York, my daughters being
comfortably located there, but I
didn t want to miss an opportunity
to take the boys of the Confederacy
again by the hand, for we are all
getting old, and there can’t be
m?ny more reunions for lots of us.
Our plans for the summer are not
made yet. In years gone by we
have not resided on my plantation,
where it is hot in summer, but
have generally gone to the moun-
tains. ” Gen. Wheeler is looking
just as spry as when he was in
The Record regrets to hear that
Mister Walter Le wright is sick at
home with slow fever. We hope
he will shortly recover.
Only a half dozen cotton
ginners met at the courthouse this
evening to orgauize a couuty asso-
ciation as per call of; W. J. Mc-
Manus. The ginners doubtless
are content to do without a countv
Fish chowder at Hardt’s ro to 12
Fish chowder at Hardt’s 10 tq 12
Albert K. Dietze of Gonzales,
recently of Yorktown and Runge,
was in Cuero yesterday visiting
relatives. He went to Yorktown
and Runge today and expects to
return to Gonzales tomorrow. He
reports Gonzales on a building
bootn and business good in all'
We are glad to see Mrs. F. L.|
Chapmauu out again after a two*
months’ coufinment. She tells us
The Best Lighted, Coolest and Most Modern Store in Cuero
;*• • * '• r • * W •
and everything* exactly as advertised
or your money back for the asking*........
20 Special Barg*ains this Week
and Thousands of Other Just as
Good Await Your Coming* To-
Morrow. .* - - *
2 cases yard wide 6#c I 1 case Spanish Organ
bleached domestic, I dies, neat patterns in
soft rag finish. This I a 4c lawn. This week
week you buy I you buy
at...... 5c Yard | 10 yards for. . . 25c
50 pieces Organdie
Populaise, a sheer 10c
dress fabric. Our
price this week
°niy • - 7c Yard
200Q yards Plantation
H bleached domestic.
Same goods in 4-4
sells. 6*£c. This week
you buy at. 4c Yard
50 pieces Trouville
Chatli, lovely pattern
for hot weather' and a
5c valee. This week
10 yards for . . . 25C
o pieces Peperel sheet-
t c IrUS‘ ;:°°dSvl T.ry and get il *lsewhere- J- * p- Coats,. Willi,.untie and Kerr^ Best Spool
neat only « «nl. Co"°”' Tru,t Pr,ce •’®c doaen-OUR PRICE. Me DOZES or 3 SPOOLS FOR 10c.
100 dozen ladies full
bleached vests, au
210 black parasols
2t> inch rustic bandies
H a big 40 cent value,
f Our price now is
only.... 25c Each
20 doz-»n ladies sailor*
hats white or black,
the 40 Cent sort
200 Dozen Clark’s Thread, 2 spools for 5c.
* 1000 yards of remnants left from last
week’s selling. Calicoes, Ginghams and Wash
Goods all go tomorrow at
50C 5OC. 5OC.
820 pairs ladies black or tan Oxfords and
Sandals, sizes 2 to 8, the best 75c shoe in
Cuero, reduced this week to
>'0c PER PAIR.
75 pieces lovely fig-
ured Batistea, a 12j£c
value anywhere in
Cuero. Our price
ouiy. 8!3c Yard
A full 9 4 bleached
■ no dressing and a 20z
only. . . . (5e Yard
75 dozen ladies
bleached Jersey rib
vests, taped neck aud
sleeves, a 12j£c value
at only ... . 8 U C
Full size mousquito
Ajar on frame, good
net and a $1.25 seller,
our price is
On 500 samples men’s
and boys Straw Hats
at 50c, 25c, 15c, 10c
200 dozen ladies trim-
med hats and soilor
goods worth $1.25 and
$1.50 anywhere • in
Cuero, this week . $ |
5 dozen linen crash
skirts well made and
a 50c sort. Our price
for this week is
A line of men 's cheap Summer Coats-Jobs at Toe, ortc and Soc—are
all great values.
100 Serge Coats aud Coats and Vests at $4 50, «4. *3.50 and $2 50.
Elegant ,ine black and fancy plaid and stripe suits for men and bovs
from $2 to *18 the suit. -
Little boys knee pant suits from 50c to $3 50 the suit.
1<“<> pairs knee pants 15c to$l the pair.
We are agents for Sweet, Orr A Co.’s pants aud overalls.
180 fast black parasols
genuine steel rod and
frme, a full 75c valus,
our price for them
25 dozen mens genu-
ine Scriven drawers
elastic seams and all
sizes, a 75c value at
Mens* Purnislilng Goods,
Complete line neckwear, collars, gloves, underwear at popular prices.
Gnnplete line celebrated International negligee shirt, $1.50 value at $1
' m Rods Carpets, Mattings and Linoleums bought direct from im-
porters and marked at prices 25 percent under any Cuero Competition.
2<rdoz. Window Shades 15c each. 25 doz. Window Shades 25c each.
Cnaptnaun out again after a two! T w ^ _
months’ coufinment. She tells usjf I A fw T*^ A \ J II C* 9 & BIG +&•.
J| VtpeippLrtme&t §tore
The Roman soldiers, who bj
such wonderful roads and carrn
weight of armour and luggage
would crush the average farm hai
i lived on coarse brown bread
sour wine. They were letrpen
in diet and regular and constant;
excercise. The Spanish peasaj
works every day and dances bf
the night, yet eats only his bli
bread, onion aud water meU
The Smyrna p Rier eats onlj
little fruit and sour olives, yet
walks off with his load of 01
hundred pounds. The Coolie,
on rice, is more active and can
dure more than the negro fed
fat meat.—Scientific American.
America England's Real Rival.
America is the enemy. It
i century and a quarter since Hoi
Walpole .wrote: “I believe
land will be conquered some
in New England,’ aud a hundt
years siuce Mine, de Stael sai
the American. “Yon are the
vance guaid ot the human
you have the fortune of the y.orj
To-day the center of
and financial gravity has
from Londou La New York,
Washington, not Westminster
to be the eeuicr ol civilizatio
The Responsibility for Adams
Satan deceived Eve, but
wilfully disobeyed God,
he loved his wife, aud
ed by her.—From the
Fla., Times. - :-
Walter Brigbtwell was among
the passengers on the late train
A Big Bass.
Married Last Night.
Robert Kleas of Nacogdoches is , CTe^S), at
the city, a euest at the home of ! , , 6 CatCh'Dg,9‘ a6 2 Pou“d j hnde’s mother
in the city, a guest at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Woodworth.
the hdme of the
in Yoakum at 8
a ^uac CRAPE CREAM or TARTAR ROWOCR
Highest Honors, World’s Fair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair
Avoid Baking Powders containing
alum. They are injurious to health
Can \ou Understand It.
A letter received by the
from Rev. A. W. S. Gardei
written at Plympton, Nova
• May 21, conveys the
f that his father still lives
very low. Owing to the
stances he will be unable
out the May issue of Parish
Home, which is printed at
| )|»s RKUSS &RJEUSS \
Physicians & Suiycunsj
I Offices over Rcuss’ drug store
deuce Mild office phones.
| )[• J. M. THOMPSON
Physician & Surgeon
| Office at Heaton Bros’. Residence pi
Mi. Gills answered day or nigbtj
Dl*. J- M. LACKEY
Physician & Surgeon
Office at J. M. Reuss’ drug store. (
phone 3, 2 rings; residence phone:
: pr j. w. burns
Physician & Surgeon
Special, attention given to diseases of
Eye, Ear. Nose aud Throat.
Office over Booton & Kunitz' drug .
Office and residence phones.
Dr. w-c- mooeit
Physician & Surgeon
m : ‘ — - ■
I (pharmacy #
• Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles, ,
prescriptions carefully compounded
or night. Church Street.
For Best Decorated Buggy.
black bass by a boy near that o'clock last night Miss Katie
place. For some moments it was Speakerman and Mr. O. K. Guess
a question whether the-btJjror the Rev. \V. J. Johnson performing
bass would conquer, the former I the sacred ceremony. The bride
j being iu a boat that came near up-! is a young lady possessing all the ' eloF>s jUt °* *orces that historic
setting several times. The fish attributes that go to the making of j bdve controlled the Church of the
was 21 inches long aud the Record a good wife, while the groom, who P3St; afTirras an obiect ba^ of
-says it is next the largest ever is employed in the blacksmith I authont>’; namel>** the content of
j caught in tbejake near Palestine, shops of the railroad company, is H°ly Scriptlir<; reSarded as Divine
The Yoakum" Tifnes notfs the an industrious citizen. We wish
: fact that Haller Bros, of Victoria the y°unS couple abundant suc-
| will open a dry goods business in CesS*~YoakLUm Times*
\ oakum this fall. The storeroom
Two conceptions of the religious T ,
basis of authority iu preaching now I „ J° ^ elch authorizes the
engage the attention of earnest men R^cord to state that he will give
and reflect the tendencies of con-
temporary thought. The one de-
velops out of forces that historically
a $5 jardiniere at a prize fo% the
best decorated buggy in the parade
July 4. Let’s hear from other
Give Him a TriaJ.
for their use, a 50 by too foot brick, L ^ S',K- G“ef a,,d Sa,u
is being erected by J. A. Under. ^
noon from \oakum, where they
F. M. Lackey of \ ictoria was went to attend the Guess-Speaker-
amoug the arrivals from \ ictoria man nuptials.
this morning on the mixed. J T tl , ,
J R. \\ hitaker returned home
W. J. McManus was circulating
among Cuero frieuds today.
today from a short business run
out of the city, * \
-----Others have and are fully satis-
revelation. The other, born of the ^ed. Reyes, the Barber, gives all
later philosophical and critical who tr-v bim ^isfactyon. Fine
movement, represents forces that cigars also*
pervade modern thinking;it affirms
a subjective basis of authoritv, Sale,
namely, the content of the ethical1-' Well established confectionery
consciousness and Christian eN- ' business, «.«.d location, outfit com-
penence. Rev. Dr. Hall. .. plete, good trade established: rea-
Jobn Weigelt aT,d wi,e of Hocb-^ * f % ^
hetm passed through Cuero Jtoday Texas " . ’ Cucr°.
en route to Victoria, where they
will visit relatives a few days.
Send Job Printing to the Record.
\\ eekly Record $1 year-, in advance.
j? r> Dr. W. R. RATHBONE
* - I
* Office over
tp -’fiuchel Bank -y
Regner & Wieland
Proprietors of the
TURF EXCHAN6E SALOOI
WEST MAIN STREET.
Carry in stock the l>est brands of Wii
Whiskey, Cigars, and F're*>h B«er alw
; on tap. The public patronage solicit
j Courteous treatmentjit all times.
QUALITY the Best
Price the Lowest
These are our Trade Holders,
combined with prompt deli'
and satisfaction guaranteed m«
our claim good that if you 01
begin with us youPll stay
M. Byrne & Co,
Ba*krs AND GRt
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Wood, H. G. The Cuero Daily Record. (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 106, Ed. 1 Tuesday, May 28, 1901, newspaper, May 28, 1901; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth921349/m1/4/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.