The Cuero Daily Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 112, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 10, 1928 Page: 3 of 4
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cept to those having regular
THE STATE OF TEXAS. , j Bernie Arnola
To the Sheriff or any Constable of Wedneshti^-
DeWitt County-—GREETING: J railroaders holding them to three;
You Are Hereby Commanded to, measly blows and striking out
cause the following notice to be pub-1 fourteen men. His teammates gave
lished in a newspaper of general cir- j him good support in the held and
culation which has been continuous-, scoring early in the game gave him
ly and regularly published for a j a lead to work on-
period of not less than one year pre-! ♦ + +
ceding the date of the notice in the i The Gobblers scored four runs in j
County of DeWitt State of Texas, and; the lirst frame to get off with a_^
you shall cause said notice to be(bang, but that inning didn't prove to;
printed at least once each week for | be the big one. Seven runs were
Central Hotel. Box 151, Beeville, Tex
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FOfc SALS—Number of 8 foot
wooden benches. For particulars Me
or phene No. 1. Record office.
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FOR SALE—Porcelain lined, cork
insulated refrigerator, 100 pounds ca-
pacity. Used two years. Phone 674J.
Kindling, Kindling and Benches
Have a few loads of kindling ,for
sale, also a number of wooden
benches lust the thing for schools or
churches, ♦fllX accommodate seven
or eight people. See me at Record
office* J- C- Howerton.
.MOTHER'S DAY MAY 13
Hate you a picture you can give
heri—Something she can keep al-
ways. Have you one of mother?
Make an appointment today to
have the picture made.
FLOURNOY STUDIO, Cuero.
FOR SALE—A few fresh Jersey
milch (Jows. Edwin Nagel.
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Cypress Cistern for sale. Mrs. W.
Cuero Storage A Forwerding Co. ^
Bonded Public Warehouse,
Storage tor Household Furniture,
Merchandise, etc. H. W. Nagel. Mgr
pack^j. Agfa, made
in Germany. Ev-
eryone is guaranteed and will be re-
placed by us if fault is found. Buy
* your next films at Flournoy Stdio,
and see if resnlts are not better.
Furnished two room apartment.
with er without garage. Phone 58.
FOR RENT—Three rooms to mar-
ried couple at very reasonable charge.
For particulars see Record.
LOST AND FOUND
lunch of keys. Owner
slaim at Record office by
and paying for this ad#
the period of ten days, exclusive of
the first day of publication. before
the return day hereof:
Notice of Application For Letters—
Estates Of Decedents.
THE STATE OF TEXAS.
To all persons interested in the Es-
scored in the fourth frame
the game on ice.
• ♦ ♦
The Gobblers will, meet stiff com-
l petition in, the event they meet -the
! Austin High Maroons or the Bart-
I lett Oilers. Both teams have made
excellent records this year, and will
! prove to be formidable opponents for
the Gobbler nine.
tion for the probate of the Last Will j Bunching liteir hits in the eighth,
and Testament of Mrs. Auguste Poet-j ^ame. the Cincinnati Reds defeated
ter Deceased and for Letters Testa- «,e Boslon Braves 4'to 1 Wdenes-
tate of Mrs. Auguste Poetter De-
ceased. Notice is hereby given that
Fritz Poetter has filed in the County
Court of DeWitt County, an applies- j
mentary upon the estate of said Mrs.
Auguste Poetter Deceased, which will
he heard at the next Term of said
Court. Commencing the Second Mon-
day in May A. D. 1928. at the Court
House thereof, in the City of Cuero,
Texas, at which time all persons in-
terested in said Estate may appear
and contest said application should
they desire to do so.
Herein Fail Not. But have you then
and there before said Court this writ
with your return thereon endorsed,
showing how you have executed the
Given under my- hand and the seal
of said Court, this 25th day of April
A. D. 1928.* $
J. P. Bridges
Clerk County Court,
DeWitt County, Texas.
By Mrs. Varue Lienhard Deputy.
Citation by Publication on Final
THE STATE OF TEXAS,
To all Persons Interested in the Es-
tate of G. A. La'ckey Deceased:
Bertha R. Fike, Administratrix of
the Estate' of said G. A, Lackey, De-
ceased. has filed in the County Court
of DeWitt County her Final Account
of the condition of said estate, to-
gether with an application to be dis-
charged as Administratrix thereof,
which will be heard by our said Court
on the &Jd Monday in May A. D.
1928. same being the 14th day of May
A. D. 1928, at the Court House of
said DeWitt County, in Cuero, Texas,
at which time and place all persons
interested in said estate are required
to appear.and contest said Final Ac-
count and application, if they see
Witness, J. P. Bridges, Clerk of the
County Court of DeWitt County.
Given under my hand and the seal
of said Court, at my office in Cuero,
Texas, on this, the 6th day of April
A. D. 1928.
J. P. Bridges Clerk
Courty Court, DeWitt County, Texas.
By Elizabeth Schiwetz Deputy.
day. The Reds bunched five singles
in the eighth to score three runs.
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With Virgil tearnes hurling un-
beatable ball, the New York Giants
evened the score with the Pitts-
burgh Pirates, defeating them 6 to
0. Out of eight trips to the plate,
the Waner duo went hitless.
♦ + ♦
Cohen, Giant scenod sacker, con-
tinued his good work for the New
York team playing errorless ball,
and getting a singly and a triple in
three trips to the platter.
* * ♦
A single by Gonzales in the 12th I
frame, with the bases loaded, gave;
the Chicago Cubs a 2 to 1 win over]
the Brooklyn nine Wednesday. Root I
was in great form for the Cubs, only'
twelve men faciug him in the last
With the score tied in the 14th
frame, Meredith Hopkins, Texas Uni-
versity outfielder, doubled into deep
center to score Rhodes and givej
the Longhorns a 6 to 5 victory over!
S. M. U. Ponies Wednesday, and al- s
lowing the Longhorns to sweep thru j
tthe two game series with the I
* ♦ + +
Hopkins will be remembered as the
man who came through with timely
blows in the eleventh and tenth;
frames of the two respective games
with the Aggies and gave the Long-;
horns victory in both instances.
Many of his supporters feel that “Hiram,” a coll <vvned by J. N.
Camden, former president of the Kentucky jockey Club, are touting
him for first in the Kentucky Derby.
blading found in the turbines of the
new aircraft carrier Lexington dur-
ing her speed trials has resulted in an
order by the navy department to re-
move similar blading in turbines of
the aircraft carrier Saratoga.
CHICAGO. May 9—The last act of
a two man-drama of the World War
will be presented here Thursday
night when Capt. Hermann Koehl,
trans-Atlantic pilot of the Bremen,
meets former Lieut. Gerhart C.
Koening. who was i^lso a flying ace
during the war.
Koenig is now a member of the
Chicago Commercial association. He
and Captain Koehl were shot down a
short distance from Paris during“ the
war. and both were taken prisoners.
An opportunity presented itself for
one of them to escape. Captain Koehl
insisted Lieut. Koenig avail himself of
the opportunity. The lieutenant in-
sisted the captain escape. Koehl es-
caped. and they have not seen each
other since but plan to celebrate
DAILY RECORD 50c PER MONTH
Secretary Wilbur said this action is
being taken as a precautionary meaS- (
ure in view of the fact that the Sara-
toga has yet to undergo her speed \
trials which are scheduled to be held
this month on the Pacific coast.
Tests Show Defect
In Airplane Carrier
WASHINGTON, May 10.—Defective
does more than ice 1 *
and does it automatically
If yoor present ice-box is in good, condition*
it can be made a Frigidaixe elecunc refrig-
erator at very smaft cost. You will then have
all the health protection, convenience and
economy of Frigidaire. Visit our display
rooms for a demonstration.
M. A. MILLER
, Yoakum, Texas
PRODUCT. OF - GENERAL - MOTORS
To Be Well Your Kidneys
Must Function Properly.
achy, subject to n
Are kidney excretk---_ -
scanty or burning in passage? Too
often this indicates sluggish kidney,
and shouldn't bq neglected.
Doan s Pills, a stimulant diuretic;
incraese die secretion of the. kidneys
thus aid in the elimination of
waste impurities. Doans are endorsed
everywhere. Adt your neighbor I
A STIMULANT DIURETIC SX KIDNEYS
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For State Senator
H. S. BONHAM.
J. W. ST EVEN SOM
For Judge 24th Jodie!* District;
J. P. POOL
R. J. WALDECK
For District Clerk:
T. J. KENNEDY
For County Tax
For County School
M. B. MONTGOMERY.
For County Attorney:
THOMAS A. GRAVER
O. L. PATTERSON.
For County Tax Assessor:
F. W. KUNBTKA
For County Clerk DeWitt Odnnty:
J. P. BRIDGES.
For County Treasurer:
THQS. M. STBLL.
For Sheriff DeWitt County:
‘ * , Q. A. LENZ. .
R. C. HOOVER.
For County Judge.
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For Co. Commissioner Precinct No. 1,
8. D. HEFNER.
CHA3, C. SMALL
For Co. CoramJesfomoy Precinct Nb.~9t/
For Commissioner Precinct 4;
JOT L KOENIG.
R. F. JTJNKSR
DR. FRED GROSS
Call* Day or Night
Office—East Main St
1 hereby given that the
inty Commissioners' Coart
5 12th day of Jane, 1928,
6 a. m. open bids for tbe
purchase of the following equipment
for QeWitx County, to-wit:
One or more 10 ton trac-
fully equipped, to be used
One carload of culverts,
us sixes, for drainage pur-
tAll bids must be addressed to the
County Judge of this county, and
moat be accompanied by certified
check for 5% of amount of bid- pay-
able to the County Judge. Tbe
usual rights reserved.
Dated May 7th. 1928.
Attest:— . County Judge.
J. P. Bridges. County Clerk.
Westhoff. Texas. Sunday May 13.
Sgaday School 9:45.
A revival will start Friday night
May It. Conducted by the pastor. Rev.
J. Lynn King. Mother’s Day will be
at the morning service*.
PECAN TREE BUDDING
/Ms prepared to bud y»ur pecan
tnn at moderate ceat. 8atisfso-
il en guaranteed. Cell er addreen
Mpnry A Meyer, West Broad-
topp, Caere, Texas.
Visions By Girl Draw
Pilgrims to Witness
REMIRMONT. France— (IMS) —
Marcelle Georges, blonde peasant
girl, age 13. goes every day to a rop-
ed-off spot in the fields to kneel and
pray, while awestruck pilgrims, heads
lowered, watch her.
A week ago. Marcelle said, while
praying in the same spot she saw the
Virgin Mary appear on the crest of
a cloud. A voice commanded the
girl to return every day to pray and
saying that a miracle would be per-
formed. Marcelle asserts that every
day at the same hour she again has a
vision of the Virgin Mary. Pilgrims
are arriving in ever-increasing num-
bers hoping to witness the mlracl?.
Bids to be Received up to Noon Wednesday '
May 16, 1928.
Theo. Reuss Home
Out Buildings, Fences For Sale
MUST BE MOVED
to make room for the new High School Building.
Leave Bids With P. H. BREEDEN, Secy.
Cuero School Board
Board Reserves Right to Reject all Bids.
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THE CUERO RECORD
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The Cuero Daily Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 112, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 10, 1928, newspaper, May 10, 1928; Cuero, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1046494/m1/3/: accessed April 1, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.