The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 292, Ed. 1 Friday, December 8, 1933 Page: 2 of 6
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THE CUERO PUBLISHING tO
in (he post oAce at Cuero, Texas, us second class matter
under Act of Congress. March 3. 1897
DECFMBER 8. 189(5
It^ ha opened rj> Friday ijui the
i Record did net learn cf it until this
j met nine. We refer to the advent cf
| a wee little eirl at the hemejef lee "
j butcher friend. Frank Harrison,
j Frank is dcir.g nicely with ; evc”y
^fT DeWTtt ' prospect of ultimate recovery!, white
ths $1.25 j the same qan be said cf Mrs. Harri-
- ---- ■ sen and the little daughter. Their
t many friends rejoice with them in
| the geed fortune and hene the lit -
' tie Miss mtej prosper and live to b°-
, 'ccnw a suceer te her patents in.
| their old age.
The lecture last night at the Ep-
j worth League had been general
j Bailey. Tank Kco. was exceptionally
tatatnet rwr wrtlHni Representatives
P. CtLARK CO.. EM., WVw Tort. Chicago Philadelphia.
or Cartriar—Pally and Sunday, one veer $5.00, six months
$2 50, three months $1.25, one month 50c
EcBttai only, one year $1.50. six months $l
inlaw <tounO‘*s, Elsewhere. 1 year $2.00. 6
Visitor in Hollywood , to little
girl Have you a papa and a
sWKnma ? .
little OirW stwwhl say so. I’ve
bad three papas by my first mamma
and two mammas by my second
geed and was attentively listenrd
to by all in attendance. The Chi-
nese relics and curiosities were
. viewed bv the ?udien6e with no lit-
; tie interest while Tank Ke? bimstlf
• leased the people greatly in h s en-
homesteauS, . tertaining manner cf discourse. The
rocas, and pulpit, public and press all highly
durine reccmocnd these lectures wherever
Tank Kee has delivered them and
of the plan, j Cuero people should at least hear
t homes toads in the state Of Texas. The j one of the remaining two. tonight
seem to understand just what the plan at the ***»?
Weekly offers a fairly complete explanation of ■ through its pores untrammeled ail
f the benefit of these who wish th» taforma- anH an
I following: „
Various appropriations made by Congress at
n was a modest one of $25,800,000 which war
ijspes&l of the President, to be used pus he saw
Re redistribution of population In the United
iff that was provided by law as to how and
i some mecnven-'ence. The one who j
has the regolattag and winding of j
this clock in charge should see that;
.ft Is eorrset at least every fortnight, j
certainly not Irss than * once a
me nth. then there would be lesr (
i complaint. Keep the clock in corvee.
time. Why net?
Thera was a little boy whose
ess, nor was ft Ore sdfntidn of any soda!
dest amount appropriated is strffcfleat- to in-
ng an$* than an experiment wax intended
he experiment was ta determine what might
,tter of redistributing population, and it was
2on of the*President to decide precisely in
experiment s hould be conducted. It was out
was developed the project of eetabfishment
insistence homesteads in the various states
mother had made a
FaoMIfrey cf him. training ift hair
in long curls and dressing him in
black vslvet fceickerhoekcTS and
Jacket, ornamented with w'.nte
laee O112 day a l’Fgs girl thought
to frighten the picturesque little
chap by rushing, toward him
brandishing a largs pair cf se ssrrs
and exclaiming: “Jli eat oC your
etirls.” He nr.err’y replied in a shrill
voice: “rW,sh you would!”
fiance homestead? Weil, first' of all it is
» not intended that any of its products
to market to be aoid ia competition with
a hotip in the country, owned and oeea-
a family with acme ocher employment or
i the of Which the members of the
aeh as possible of the food which the
hat is projected is- that small eoBimu-
fieads be established under the direction
teaneed by the Government with the ap
the cigarette that’s MILDER*the cigarette
yco <■. per 4 t <sot that phel
son:A AsLL UJRONC3, SUL'S MOTr “
SUQ\ A BADf-—~ —TT-—.
STICK- APTEBi^y^ (OH.SO'JO'JV-
• WAT* JUMP
CAPS: CAN'T A
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■■Wbsad from Income obtained from some other
B jttK homestead itself. Another requirement is
HBvfififil payment shall be made. In addition to
■MMSer, age. past 'history, and general reputation
fimfijlrfe homesteader are all important factors.
HBlpAfid reemployment have simply nothing to
i||jjiM$eet. The Government has provided other
miaK with those problems The subsistence
HjnRixdtles are to be an experiment, or rather a
fitch, jn a certain way of living!
Mb communities are to be spread over the country
■K fijere Mum a few hundred of such homestead
lied 4k any one elate. Consequently not more than
of these coaMnuniUes will be located in Texas
P# projects in Texas already have been submitted
pobatse that within a few weeks anno mcement
Ifie as 1o which of them have been accepted by the
HI. In each ease the project will be directed by a k>-
Hfiion, the stogfi of Which will be owned by the
:nt, asd the hstafislt i rters will pofch&se their
to from the tft^aration and not from the Govern -
i local corporation will be responsible to the Gov-
ler the money advanced and for the collection of
from the homesteaders. Upon these local corpora
the homesteaders they select will rest the success of
tmemt. If all such communities, or most of them,
r show indications of success, it is probable the pro-
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Howerton, J. C. The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 292, Ed. 1 Friday, December 8, 1933, newspaper, December 8, 1933; Cuero, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1016293/m1/2/: accessed February 5, 2023), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.