The Cuero Daily Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 58, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 10, 1929 Page: 2 of 10
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“THAT CERTAIN THING”
Aesop's Fables, Paths News
DAWN TO DUSK
Straps, Sandal ef-
Heels are hi?h
See these new
F I COULD OHLY
BUDGE THIS OLD
. UWHTER TOP’
fects and Oxfords. i
medium and low.,
shoes and you will be pleased
with the truly remarkable values.
Ob Your Next Suit
High School* Girls
“MORAN OF THE
Comedy “Going Goga
Trouble in Mei co Believed
be Reason flor Bc.stpone-
ment, Eaker Will Wait.
Sizes and shapes 1
matron, hi all the
Wednesday, and Thursday
Men’s Work Pants
In light and dark colors; all sizes,
Sale Price *
Comedy “Calling Hubby’s Bluff
Including the newest styles in tfit>
smartest silks and most fasion-
able colors. Sizes 14 to 52.
BUCHEL NATIONAL BANK
Always Your Friend
are appreciative of our low tax rate in Cuero, and
lomical plan under which have provided our little
ty with about all modem conveniences. We want to
ax rate kept within bounds of course. We have taken
oar school needs for a^good many years to come with
fruction of one imposing building and the rebuilding
rimary school. Water works extensions and sewer-
msions, we are lead to believe can take care of them-
om revenues acquired from patrons and paid into the
ds. City hall and city auditorium, band stand, fire
nt and the removal of the old stand pipe and its re-
nt by the new water tower, have all been taken care
>mically and satisfactorily for the time being, and it
o The Rec.ord that there is just one thing that ought
shed up a* bit, and that is street improvements
often so much satisfactory service out of the
re been paved, that it seems to us it is false
to push in and complete the work in all of the main
if our town. We have been assured from time to
t the saving in upkeep of the streets, is about suffici-
iy bond interest. As a matter of fact we don’t know
ipkeep that has been attempted on city streets not
ind they have been permitted to get in very bad and
mdition, which is emphasized noticeably when one
f the paved streets onto the unpaved streets. If this
lone without bonds, well and good, but if it takes an-
nd isdue, let’s have it, so that we can put all streets in
edition. We have been told that soma of the property
iving along the paved streets have been slow in paying
essments but this fact should not be used to the disad-
of property owners, who haven’t yet had opportunity
bute their pro rata. - With just a little more cost per-
can complete our bonded needs, and then as we pay
onds year by year, we can watch the tax rate dwindle
enjoy the things provided by it.
Electric Wiring. Davidson Elec. Co.
CUERO DAILY RECORD
CUERO PUBLISHING CO.
Record,” established 1894. “The Star/’ established
“The News,” formerly Rundschau, established 1891.
' (Consolidated, April, 1919.)
ly Record, $2.00 a year.
Record, 50 cents per month, >5.00 per year in advance
id in the Cuero Postoffice as second-class matter under
of Congress of March 3, 1879.
Panama has been Indefinitely
ed because of th,
have arisen in ]
Assistant Secretary Davidson of the
been in i
give any reasons for the
the uncertainty of air travel through-
out the regions affected by tthe revolt
forced the decision.
Captain Eaker has beeh instructed
to stand by at Ran Antonio to await
An Added Attraction Monday on the Stage
“The Darktown Recruit and Revue”
Strakova, the Celebrated Danseuse, and
Classical Ballet Girls.
Matinee and Evening. Admission 10c and
“Ssrvlss WMh a •mils’’
W. Man PMaa I
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RUNGE S CO,BANKERS
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Banking and Exchange. Interest on al! Time Deposits. Safety
tpssft Boxes for nsl th the safest Ire and burglar vault
Make all your purchases at our
announced the poet-
of the( flight, after he had
conference with officials of
department for several
While Mr.0avldson declined to
was understood that
choice of over 200 new
Spring cloth patteraa.
Now Is the time to yboe
your order and save
•15.00. You owe it to your
ailment. Next morning they found she
had scarlet fever and all five are now
in strict quarantine.
Safety For 10c Per Month.
(you afford to be without a safe place for your
able papers for so small an amount?
We have several safety deposit boxes now
Jable for lease at this figure.
Pet Gloom.—Of all sad words of
tongue or pen the saddest are these: ‘It’s
flat again.”—Cappers Weekly.
And with the verse we haste to class:
“Great Jumpin’ cats, we’re outa gas!”
Freshly baked bread, cakes
and pastry—as supplied here
daily—will win the approval
of the tiniest tot in your family
as well as the most
grown-ups. plan to avoid dis-
appointing the folks at home,
who like quality bakery pro-
ducts of this kind by visiting
us on your next shopping tour.
Men's Dress Shirts
AU sizes and colors. Values
11.25. Sale Price
Glen Ridge high school girls, desir-
ing a little vacation from school,
kissed a girl friend who thought she
had the grippe, hoping to
Quite an unfortunate event took place over at Harwood
w*ek, when the body of a young man was found lifeless
n the cow catcher of a passing train, where evidently the
Dg man had been taking a ride. He had attended a dance
he d last been seen in a cafe at Harwood in the early morn-
ho irs. Modem youth is ready to pay quite dearly for its
bit when it is at the risk of life, it is probably carrying the
A number of young couples of this county are hurrying
their wedding dates a bit to get ahead of that new mar-
ge 1 iw that will come into effect ninety days after the ad-
rnn ent of the State Legislature, and which is rather strict
way df affidavits, three days notice and a physician’s cer-
jate regarding the physical fitness of the bridegroom. The
rriaire business is expected to be rather good over the state
ring the next ninety days.
Fana Maria, Polish town in Karnes county, will celebrate
seventy-fifth birthday shortly and had its first burglary in
ed. * 'hat certainly is a record to be proud of, and a recom
mendi.tion for the citizenship of that entire community.
WASHINGTON. Mar. 9—(IHS)^
proposed dawn to dusk flight of
tain Ira C. Bakes from Brownsville to .further instruct
Men who usually pay
much more for tneir
an wool made to measure
rafts are as good or better
than most >40.00 clothes.
You win say so too when
you compare our values
Ji oting the. fact that the Nordheim baseball club has per-
:d organization and started-to practice, we are reminded
it is getting about time for our Turkey Trotters to begin
ring signs of life, if they expect to maintain a club here
siason. They could probably get some good work outs
t le Gobbler nine that would be a benefit to both teams.
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The Cuero Daily Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 58, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 10, 1929, newspaper, March 10, 1929; Cuero, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1195315/m1/2/?rotate=90: accessed June 6, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.