The Cuero Daily Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 58, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 10, 1929 Page: 4 of 10
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THE WEEKLY CUERO RECORD
for the first time in Cuero
Grace de Vyiie Modes
<Mng, Fm going to have the eere*
collection for art
on the grass, tii
that's what she caret for most.
, Dune thought hard over the sub-
smartness in this month’s presentation of
cisively. “But it isn’t fair, Guinn,
tic models, are rarely priced so low.
GOOSE TRUCK LINE
dragee Be VyaeMeelee
Frocks $15 and up
This is a most important announcement
J. P. Bridges, Co. Clerk.
tone 597 W.
I TRAVEL BY MOTOR COACH
de Vyne” label, assuring you authentic styles and exclusiveness.
You won’t see the exact garment elsewhere jih town.
ANTONIO, via Westhoff,
ANTONIO, via Concrete,
LOS ANGELES, CALIF
SHIP TOUR PACKAGES VIA BUS
$4.85 to $6.85 pr
H. L. BURT, Genl.
For Alderman Ward No. 1:
equipped to handle all
local or out of town,
tore out of town 'only.
MARCH 31 st
wren, so let's give ’em a good feed.
Maybe the cannibals will eat them
when they get back to Africa.**
“I wisht they’d et ’em fust!”
mother. The sh
hand coaid cloud
WITH THIS an
WANTED—Laundry at home or
house WMrk by white woman. Lives
near Hillside Cemetery.
“Take. your pleasure money to
spend all on myself? I guess not!”
same the indignant answer.
Her father winced, as at a mem-
.You will find “Grace de Vyne” Modes only at this store.
No merchant can show the same styles as they are confined to
the "Grace de Vyone" buying group.
CONNECTIONS TO ALL POINTS IN TEXAS
NEW LOW RATE TO
getber, bat it might not be wise
for mn to force it” She gazed
into her coffee eup as if
zi w. tL---
Guinn smoked his cigar la medita-
tive silence. Tina wag loot in
dreams, her hands folded in her
lap. her face uplifted to the moon,
her white dress giving her an
What was the child thinking of?
Irene asked herself.
Children slipped away * from
their parents to uncharted loads.
Mothers couldn’t know what ar
or dragons they met there, for
seldom revealed their expert®
Measles or a broken hew
mother could help, but if a da
ED—2 young married men
des experience. Apply in
IK W. Hugo, YogRiun. Tex.
“That would l/reak into your
irk. Wait till next year and you
Standard Milk Ordinance
All parties selling milk in the city
Kill have to comply with the stand-
ard milk ordinance. If you have not
had your cows tuberculin tested,
notify me and I will assist you In
having yonr testing done.
E. H. Putman City Health Officer.
Milk Cow. Week old calf.
For City Marshal:
H. J. G RUN EWALD
NOTICE FOR BIDS
Notice is hereby given that the* De-
Witt County Commissioners Court
will open bide on Tuesday, March
12th, 1929, at 10 o’clock a. m. for the
purchase of one Ford combination
car and track for Commissioner's
Precinct No. 1, DeWitt County, Tex-
as. Also the exchange of car on
For City Treasurer:
will have to promise to help in
the kitehen if he brings home, com-
pany on washdays.”
“That’ll kill him or cure him,
The two women looked at each
other, sistered In comprehension of
masculine weakness ...
But that evening as the
sat on the lawn under the i
ing pecan tree, Irene forge,
sionaries, delegates, and all her
Soblems, steeped as she was in
e peace of rest with her loved<
S CHRISTI AND VAL-
NTS via MeyersvUbe,
Goliad, Beeville, 10:20
A 71 For 18 Holes
Graham Hamilton, one of Caere's
stellar amateur golfers, turned in Obe
of the best cards of the year daring
the past week when he shot a T1 for
eighteen (consecutive holes. Hamilton
turned in a SI for the first nine bites,
and a 37 for the last nine.
For City Secretary
issue with Guinn and force him to
let Tina go? That would be tak-
Expressing great enthusiasm over
Cuero and the wonderful possibilit-
ies of this entire section of Texas, O.
H. Summers of Morgan City, Louis-
iana and Ben Aoueille of Covington,
La., arrived in this city Saturday for
a week end visit at the home of E. T.
Summers of the Cuero Coca-Cola Bot-
O. H. Summers is a brother to E.
T. of this city and Mr. Aoueille is a
brother to Mrs. Summers. Both men
are managers of Coica-Cola Bottling
plants in their home cities and were
in attendance last week at the Coca-
Cola Bottlers Convention at Houston.
They took occasion, because of the
nearness to this city to pay their first
visit to Cuero.
Cuero is one of the most promising
little cities they have ever visited
and the possibilities of the surround-
ing territory is wonderful, both visit-
ers declared. They predict a great fu-
ture for this little city and the entire
Guadalupe river valley area.
stone with a Mrs. on it When I
die, aged a hundred or so, you can
usa my epitaph, ’Killed by com-
pany to dinner.’”
She laughed gaily, and went
toward the kitchen to make butter-
scotch pie. It was the family’s'"
“There’ll be a missionary, hi J
wife, and two children here .to
dinner." she said cheerfully to
“Lawd help my soul!**
, “And they look hungry. Mis*
Irene • spoke up quickly: *Tm
willing if your father is. And if
be hasn't got any money to spare
gr it now, you shall take my two
ousand that Miss Malvina left
TH TEXAS COACHES Inc
-SERVING SOUTH TEXAS”
Departing Schedules From Cuero
Effective March 3rd
Mr. H. F. Hancock from the Bald-
win Plano Co., will be in Cuero this
week. He will be glad to furnish
you estimate on tuning and repair-
ing your piano. Jottn H. Berning,
Jeweler and Baldwin Plano dealer.
Phone 307. (advt.)
to many Roger—if she still thinks
she wants to. And, of course, Tina
must be hete for her sifter's wed-
TO AUSTIN, .WACO, FT. WORTH
DALLAS, via Gonzales, Luling,
Lockhart 8:00 a. m., 11:00 a. m.
2:00 p. m., 5:00 p. m.
(5:00 p. m. does not connect at
Lockhart for San Marcs.)
TO HdUSTON, BEAUMONT,
LAKE CHARLES, via Concrete,
Gonzales, Flatonia, Schulen-
burg, Columbus. Eagle Lake,
8:00 a. m., 11:00 a. m., 2:00 p.
purchase of new one. The court re-
serves the usual rights.
Dated Feb. 18. 1929.
Stanley Kulawik, Co. Jundge.
point m ent, rebellion. “But it’s
For City Assessor and Collector.
R. H. PRESTON
U Dorothy Scadborough -aM*
ROOMS for rent See Tom
t H. Runge ft* Co.
Kansas City, Chicago, Detroit, New Tort City, Los Angeles, San
Phoenix, Tuscou. Now Orleans, Meridian, Birmingham and all
points. Through coaches for interstate travel leave San
to ready-to-wear buyers of Cuero. Having joined ' New York’s
greatest ready-to-wear buying organization — this store will
feature the beautiful, "Grace de Vyne” Modes exclusi vely in
TO EL >A8O, LOS ANGELES,
via Gonsales, San
Oooaa, Pecos, 7:45 p.
are requested for the
of the Dreamland Theatre
contains 11 m feet lumber.
I. Grander, Phone K or |92;
You are cordially invited to view these new
“GRACE De VYNE MODES
aned her to marry him. Hew much
of the truth had that wise woman,
her mother, guessed? Silence
could be the most
a the world gc
a audden hom
__ ...______ have a
chance to see what she ean do with
her art-” Irene flushed- with hap-
piness at his responsivness. “And
now seems the time.”
Tea, now was the time, while she
was in love with a young man who
stomed to care only for the family
at large. Maybe tiie shock of her
absence might crystallize his emo-
tions. It would give Tina new in-
terests, at any rate.
Her hand trembled as she
poured Guinn's second'cup of cof-
fee. “It’s only fair for her to
have the same advantages that
better not force the issue, since
Guinn felt «s he did about it and
since Lilith might make an un-
pleasant complication for the child
in New York.
In another year Lilith would
surely be marri
She perched herself jauntily on
the arm of his chair. “Don’t you
think we might persuade the dea-
cons to Hfiee your salary or take
up a collection for art students?”
He pinched her cheek reflect*
"1 could squeeze out the
SHED rooms. Phone 380.
jte i,<>■■ ■■ ■ ■ i„ - ■■■—Z ■ . -■
ing Tina off his chair in his abrupt-
The girl stood looking at him a
moment, hands clenched, face scar-
let, eyes smouldering with rebel-
lion. “You let Lilith do anything
in.the world she asks you!" she
cried passionately. “You treat me
aa M I were a foundling!”
She flashed out of the roons be-
fore he had time to reply.
He retreated toward the garage
and a moment later Irene heard
his car spatter down the street.
Sfee sat deep in thought till
- Sheba rime m to remove the
breaktest dukes. a
"What my baby chil’ upset
about?” Sheba demanded belliger-
wants to go to New York
to study art—and her tether says
she must wait a year.”
She clucked like a wrathful aet-
ting hsri. A yeah! Wait a yeah
to do whut she wants! Don’t
he know a girl’s got to do whut
she wants when she boilin’ wants
Sheba came doser to her mis-
tress and spoke-low, in a tone of
mystery: “You make him let her
“But I dpn’tknow whether that’s
beet or auc, Sheba,” Irene an-
swered honestly. “Maybe Miss
LUifli wouldn’t like to have her
plans. ' I doubt if Lilith ever mar-
ries Roger. I hope to goodness
she does, but she’s such a creature
of impulse you know.”
“I don’t want her to marry him
if she doesn’t lovo him enough,”
he said testily. “I never thought
he was good enough for her. But
she probably will marry him in the
ha vo for sale 13 large lots in
k 31; Cuero. I win sell these
for half the real value. W. H.
3 nice residence lota, corner vd-
ir and Court House Streets.
truck farm, well improved,
4 room house, one mile from
section on Highway.
J. J. FISCHER
" When the matter was settled In
her own mind, Irene’s serene
philosophy returned, and she tried
hard to convince Tina that it was
all for the best.
“We’il have heaps of fun to-
gether this Winter, darling. It’s
great to have a grown daughter at
home. I’d feel horribly middle-
aged with you sway.
“You middle-aged? You’d never
be that if you catch up with
“Well, I’ve felt its footsteps
stealing nigh, some days when
we’ve had more company than
usual. Especially on washdays,
when Sheba’s temper is fire slid
tow. I do wish I could persuade
your father to shade off his in-
vitations on washday.”
“You can’t. Nobody but Lilith
can persuade Father to do any-
thing.” The young eyes were full
or resentment, the young lips
“No,” Irene rushed on. “South*
THIS spring you are as smart
as your shoes. Never 1
has footwear been so mi
fashion’s limelight. Lit us
match shoes to your new
spring wardrobe. We 1
ie lirge bone Poland China sow,
, second litter 8 pigs, 3 weeks
If interested (call A. F. YMetse.
The Record has been authorised to
anfiounce the Allowing candidates,
subject to the approval of the voters
in the City Election of April 2nd:
Leghorn Pullets, 7 weeks odd
10 weeks old 75c; 12 weeks old
. M. C. Barfield, Yorktown, Texas
tod Apartment. Phone 328.
FT AND FOUND
WHAT HAS HAPPENED SO FAR.
E'OR twenty years Irene Holden is a model wife for handsome
Guinn Holden, Texas minister. Ever in love with him herself,
Irene hopes to win his heart from the “gold and white ghost” of
the beautiful dead Lilith, his first wife. Only the second Lilith,
born at her mbther’s death, has full control of his affections. Tina,
Lundy, Ross and Patricia, Irene’s ehildreu by Holden, are always
secondary. Tina, conscious of tear foster sister’s beauty and power,
bears silently the humiliation of wearing her old clothes and using
her. old books in college. Lilith becomes engaged to Roger
Devereux, son of wealthy Texas parents, but postpones her mer-
riage to spend a year in New York with some money left her
father. There she meets Vivien Winthrop, wealthy society girl,
who introduces her to Bill Chester, scion of millions. Bill’s fiancee,
Sally Burton, is in Paris. When Irene wishes to spend the Summer
alone in New York Irene objects, but her father, as usual, lets her
have her wa^. Bill, madly in love with the blonde beauty of Lilith,
asks her to break her engagement to Roger. He writes Sally
breaking his own. Then a cable from his grandfather
him to meet -the old man abroad and interrupts the ecstatic court-
ship with Lilith. Overcome by the power of love and the thought
of separation, Lilith gives herself up to BilL For two days they
are together before he sails. Roger, receiving Lilith’s letter,
' as to New York. In Paris, Bill is sold by his grandfather that
marries Lilith he will be left penniless. Bill agrees to marry
MOW GO ON WITH THE STORT. «
PINA had dreams of going to
Naw York in the Autumn, to
live with Lilith and study art.
^outlined her plans at the break-
st table one morning, after the
•ys had gone to work and Pat had
hrely. “I could squeeze
BMMy, I re&on.”
“Td like the child to
be to blame.
d like for Tina
> But she
child to be hart,
an invitation. LiL
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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/m1/4/: accessed April 9, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.