The Cuero Daily Record. (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 81, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 18, 1900 Page: 3 of 4
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* S50 Wheel Bought Direct from Our factory Costs You but $22.55
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Send Us One Dollar
slate whether LADIKS’ or
GENTS’ bicycle. Gear au.l Color
■wanted, and we w ill send you our
new 1000, resrular $50.(H)’ model
AKdiOS KING BICYCLE by ex-
press C. O. D.. subject to exaiei
nation. YOU CAN EXAMINE
IT at your nearest express oitlee
and if found satisfactory, a trreat
bargain.and EQU AL IN VALUE
TO THE 150.00 AND 175.0(5
STANDARD MA KE-. pay the ex-
press agent 122.05, Kss tlie one
dollar sent with order, and express
charges. Express charge- average
spout f 1.00 for 500 miles.
Fitted with the luterua-
1 tonal 1900,one year guaran-
teed, pneumatic, single tul>e tire.
which ordinarily retail* for 18.00. 22. 24 or 25 Inch frame. 1% Inch dianond seamless steel tubing. FLUSH
JOINTS THROUGHOUT, new 1900 model, two piece hanger, best made,
adjustable bearings throughout, wheel* 28 Inch, 38 spokes to each wheel,
throtighout. Highest grade Indianapolis or detachable link chain, 3-1G In -h, best padded leather saddle, bandit
bar up or down turn, the best EXPANDER IN BOTH SEAT POST AN
bearing, liall retaining pedals, heavy leather tool bag, nickel-plated wren
finest possible (Irtish, enameled BLACK. ROYAL BLUE, MAROON OR '
finest hardened and tempered steel
lull boll bearing with ball retainers
•h, best padded leather saddle, handle
0 HANDLE BAR, anti friction ball
a h, oiler, pump and repair kit. The
] SRF.WSTER GREEN (besure to state
color you wish). All bright parts heavily nickeled on copper. The Ha ndsomest Wheel Made
Our jcuarsmtee is absolute protection. Every Akron King ami Queen Bicycle Is covered by' a
written binding guarantee for one year. No old models, no worthless second-hand wheels.
Order your wheel now ami you will save $25.00 to $30.00. You tan iRuike J 15(1.00 every month selling our
high grade wheels. Address
THE AKROK SEWING MACHINE
I The Akrou Sewing Machine & Bicycle Co. are thoroughly reliable.—Edit
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!,' Grocer and
Fresh Groceries at Lowest Living
, Prices delivered to your door. Sat-
! u-daclion guaranteed in every par-
| ticular. iiest Bread baked daily
j and delivered anywhere in the city.
Good Flour'a specialty.
Dr. JJ. Thompson
Office at Heaton Bros’.
Residence ’phone 86.
X WINE ‘OF CARDUI X
Ci.intox, April 18.
rops m tl^e bottom fields are in
i a bad fix and necessitates consider -
jable replanting; also all cotton
will have to be plantrd over.
The upland farnivhave been wash-
ed pretty badly and considerable
replanting will have to be done.1
The railing of the bridge .should
be put in place • at once, before
some accident happens. '
'The Sunday >chool hail Master
exerciser on Sunday and at night
there'was to have been more but!
owing to a uiLuuder.-daii.liiig it
did not take place.
.Some of our people wit! go over!
and decorate at Cuero today. The
Pierce boys' graves on* .Sunday:
over here were beautifully covered
with flowers bv loving hands.
Prof. Gullett on Wednesday
night last came near goi.ig to tire!
great beyond. lie attempted to
| cross the river in a skiff at the Me-
j Crabb place, when he must have
struck a whirlpool, and ihidiug*he
could not manage the boat threw!
off his coat, hat and shoes and took
to the waiter, bi> bo it going down |
bow first. It was very cold and he
swam about a quarter when he
came to a friendly log just in time, *
as he was taken with a cramp.
His cries lor help were' heard in
Clinton and voice -recognized; a
team was hurriedly procured and jg
a boat taken down close to his
home and launched. Frank Reese
and Mr. Autry came to him about,
a mile from the starting place and -
brought him to land; he was almost
chilled to death, but after a goodly
supply of stimulants he was art
right and don’t look latiy the worse
for his experience, ft was a close i
call and his rescuers deserve a j
great deal of praise. Frank Reese!
is a perfect boatman and kept up
communication with Cuero for us!
here so that we were well advised j
of the goings on in Cuero.
Mr. Davidson learned last week !
of the death of his only sister in j
New York on the 4 th;'that makes’
the second one in five months.
Mr£. Charles Litton and children
are on a visit to her patents, Mr.
and Mrs. Pierce. We are giad she
has recovered from her recent ill-
ness. ?aul Pry.
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American Locomotives in Germany.
The Prussian Minister of rail-
ways has expressed a favorable
opinion of the American locomo-
tives that have been tried in Ba-j
varia. He says: “Nothwithstand-
ing their faultless construction
they cost considerably less than
locomotives ~of similar style of
Prussian make. ”—Scientific Amer-
ican ‘ .
4 BICYCLE CO., Akron, Ohio.
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q/ SUNSET p|
Now York, Texas and
Gulf, West Texas
TICK TIME AND CLOSE CONNECTIONS
& T C , or New Oneans, for all points no|r
sion r< ail the * ear round to Mexico and
lowf>-i ra is, quickest lime and most satisfaeto
freight: From Ea^tr-m Slates, via Morgan Line
sissippi, via N*-w Orleans and Sunset Route; from
care H. & T C a:.d Sunset Route. For further
freight, tickets, etc , call on or address
& W. Jr CR7YIG
4 H. D. Sheppard, Local Agent.
If IIMI rn M M M, Mjk a M M
r, L-, M
via Houston and FI.
th and east. Excur-
California. To secure
-y service rou’e vour
from east of the Mis-
vest of 1 he Mississippi
information relative to
, G. P. & F. A.
OLD . .. *
always «m the luxorious Service of the
to the EAST AND
% Queert^ (
J | Cie Short li
JOAIDALi JERSEY DAIRY
.THROUGH BLEEPERS . .
Shreveport to Chattanooga.
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
New Orleans to New York
Cincinnati and St. Louis.
T. M HUNT, GEO. H. SMITH,
TMV. .Alt SOT . CCN-L .At* AOT .
DALLAS. T*X. NtW ORLIANS, LA.
J. R. FRI
AR, - Manager.
BURRIS, M. D
Booton & Kunitz’ Dru^-
mnl residence phones.
SOLID TRAINS OP
WINER BUFFET SLEEPERS
kot jmmi cars
TO ALL POINTS
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First Class Meals
AT OUR OWN
There is a G » *
—glad I-am-going expression on the
facet of 111 who have discovered the
unexcelled train service and connec-
tions for California via the
Our passengers to California and
back take advantage of the TRINI-
DAD GATEWAY in connection with
. the A. T. & S. F\, westward through}1
NewMexicQ and Arizona, eastward
Utah and Colorado.
UNION STATION connections at Pue-
blo, Colorado Springs and Denver
facilitate round trip tickets via
MAGNIFICENTLY Illustrated litera-
ture will he sent to you rt/ithowt ex-
pense by sending yotir name to W.
. A, STERLKY, A. G. ]’. A., or to A.
A GLISSON. G. A. Vi D , “The
Denver Road” -at F’ort Worth,, Tex.
D. B. Keefer,
- y. V. X Ti M.
Dm Stan liffljl
You don’t and inferior work turned out
by the Cuero Sieam Laundry. Noblotch-
es or burns, n< sleazy work where starch
Is required. Only first-class work done.
Phone No. 4 a id will call for you order.
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles, Eic
Prescriptions carefully compounded day
or night. Cfiurch Street.
If^rou do call me. I will he there,
sure, and treat you right every lime.
ARTH UR PARISH.
The Record’has effected ar-
rangements whereby it can
offer the following publica-
tions lo all new subscribers
dr parties renew ng their sub-
scriptions to the Record at
a marvHously low rate. Until
further] notice we will offer
H*ast«|n Semi-W Post
The Cuero W. Record
Gal ve* ton 5 - W News
The Csero W. Record
Texas Farm and Ranch
The Ctiero W. Record
Calls answered day or night.
ALL VISITORS TO THH
“Battle of Flowers’’
, AT SAN ANTONIO
are hereby notified that 1 have
a number of nice rooms to let
, at reasonable prices. My place
is \ )z blocks east <»t the Post-
Mrs. Melanie Zengerle
•729 Last Houston Street
Not the River> but Prices on
Your w^tcli cleaned
. 50 cents
Main spitng in witch .
. 50 “
Watch irlasses .....
Hair springs in watclio
. . 50 ” •
Watch hands ....
fhvflit-dav clocks cleaned
. 25 ”
Pin in breastpin . .
. . 05 • •
Above prices to stick as I am
here to stay. Sam Marie,
TIIK MKG. JK\VKLER.
Dr. J. W. Lea,
Surgeon. r ^
Otfic<* ovt*r IIkaTon Bros Rfri<lence:
Mtrri HOTEL Calls answered day or
Drs. REUSS & REUSS
Physicians and Surgeons
Office over Reuss’drug store
Loan & Deposit Go. of America
Si hi Antonio, Te.vitw.
>r. 11. Hunt. 1‘rruulent.
Ottear />. Hartfg. Vitr-Frfmvlrnt.
That W. Smith. Treasurer.
J. I). Guinn, Attorney.
A J. Cnrli*lf, Agency Director.
O. C. Hotcerlon, Collector h<r Cnrru
Accepts deposits in small amounts and
pa)sG, 8 anil 10 percent interest. Safe
iovestment guaranteed. F'- r further par-
ticulars see C. C. HoWEKTON.
WOMEN WHO WORK.
S7. Loi'i3, Mo , Aug. 12
Though Only 19 years old, I s' ffereti from
pains and feinaiia troubles t>vo rears. Last
spring I got so bad I had to quit work I hail
to support myself, and could not afford a high-
priced doctor. I got ens bottle of Wine of
Cardui and that made m« feel better. Have
now used bottles and am well Mv
mother used the Win* for Change of Life and
wa* greatly reliiered.
MIS3 MARGARET WALSH.
Many girls and women lind it necessary to earn their own living in
various kinds of^mplovment. Their work is often so hard and confin-
ing that the health breaks down. Their delicate constitutions are unfitted
for tiresome tasks. Weakness nearly always makes its,appearance in the
peculiarly delicate womanly orglhs. Constant standing on the fwt,
and coming and going at the bepk of a superintendent or foreman, in-
duces falling of the worrtb, kucorrhoea, headache and backache. The pay
of women workers is often so notoriously small that when sickness
comes they have no money to engage skillful physicians. To them Wine
of Cardui is truly a blessing. It
f their ills at a small
LADIES' ADVISORY DEPARTMENT.
For ad vlcr in esses requiring special
directions, address, (fiying symptoms,
UdJ*,’ Au.tn.rj bep’t, Th. I RaTTANOUUA
XiuieiM i o„ Chattanooga, Tean.
cures them of their ills
cost, and they can act as their own
physicians. No doctor can do as
much for “ferrule troubles” as
Wine of Cardui
Druggists sell Large Bottles for $1.00.
? WINE? OF CARDUI <
An Ideal Investmen
A POLICY OF INSURANCE IN
Tie Mutual Lite lueurauce Coim ti lev M
Richard A. McCurdy, President.
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Hie Oldest Life Insurance Company in Amerija.
The longest Life InsurauceCompany in the World.
The Best—Because it Does the Most
Assets Over 300 Millions of Dollars
Su plus Over 50 Millions of Dollars.
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C € €
Liberal Loan-< to tire' Insured at 5 pei cent interest.
Large Cash Surrender Values Stated in the Pol icy.
Guaranteed Paid-up* Insurance without exchange of Policy.
Extended Term Insurance.
Grace in the Payment Of Premiums.
Large Profits payable to Policy holders only.
Can be bought of a* at a loiter premium and with a greater cash
guarantee than of any other large company.
For further information see our Agents or
write chamberlain & Gillette,
AGENTS 1 General Agenis,
Some Excursion Rates.
H. .RUNGE& CO
Wholesale and Detail Grocers, hardware
and Agricultural Implements.
Ageuw. lor l.feWP'H BKHK
Notice of Elective
ca^vi cur.rd by Ihv
west side 0>urthu«
inU .ijl'l fo#us of ehrlniie *i K
nnost impfbved w,
tM?VU«k this place. Office
se square. Consultation Tree.
Account State Parmaceutical
association, Dallas. Tickets on
sale May 14; limited for return
May 19 at rate of one fare for
Account 27th annual meeting
K. of P. and P'ire Tournament at
Austin. Tickets on sale April 16
and 17; limited for return April
22 at rate of $5 for round trip.
Account Travelers* Protective
association New Orleans. Tickets
on sale May 20 and .21; limited for
return May 29 at rate of $11 :t,o for
round trip. «
Account Trans Mississippi Con-
gress, Houston, Texas. Tickets
on sale April 16 and 17; limited for
return April 22 at one fair for round
trip. H. D. Sheppard,
....TRYING TO DO BUSINESS
WITHOUT ADVERTISING IS
^ LIKE WINKING IN THE DARK ;
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE
DOING, BUT NOBODY ELSE
Mrs. Kd. Lott and two children
came in from Goliad today on a
visit to Mrs. W. \Y. White, who
was in town!,to meet her.
John M. King went up to the
Alamo City today to enjoy the
sights of.carnival week and other
Tony Keller is back from Hous-
ton, where lie went a few days ago
j Thk State of Texas, \
j County of DeWitt. J
Tn accordance with an act of the
legislature of the state of Texas,
approved February-21, 1900, pro-
viding for a . uniform system of
electing trustees in independent
school districts, I hereby call an j' 60C^XX>OOOOOOOOCCX^OOOCCOOOOOOO^OOC>
election to be held in the city of ft, ' 1 a-"■■■■■■ 4 ■-L- 1-----=- f1 .ri.- - i-LH'-u—l
Cuero, on the first Saturday in
| -A. SiltMER I
(6 o r •p' • p i
Long Hear rvne L’wiinioer
Cypress Lumber, Sash, Dmus, Blinds. &ic.
Cypress Cisterns, Aenuotor Mills.
Droned Dine Lumber.
Fence / W«. Dicker*.
May, 1900, the same being the 5th
day thereof, for the ’ purpose of
electiug seven trustees for the!
schools of the city of Cuero.
I. hereby appofut the following
presiding officers of said election
aud designate the following-voting
places, to wit:
Ward No. r, J. M. Austin: vot-
ingplace, cit✓ hall.
\A ard No. 2, G. W. Gerloff; vot-
ing place, courthouse.
Ward No. 3, W. H. Marshall:
voting place. Gulf hotel. ,
Said election to be held in accord-
ance with the state law governing
Witness my hand this the 11th
day of April, A. I)., 1900.
C. A. Si mnkks,
County Judge, HeWitt Co., Texas.
Kc.v. II. M. I‘ ik• 1 -, pastor of
the I-'tr1’resUyler.au churrh at'
Sega in. was a guest -of JRe\\ j. p.
Robeitsioii a .few huurs today
tween trains wliile eu rouD* home
from the Presbytery at Goliad.
* Hanking Business
Your Accounts Solicited
Large or Small.
From all Points
I * •*r'. m + » ♦ '^*1* ' » W 'v*. .. * fc. - ^ w* w W
Who Said So?
Lite fK*«»irte Their 1 • 1 i«*r th**i ta*
cy.u »< ti*;\ •/?«*<is at the v,el'-
1. ufi \J jn strtriK simCvr,
Tw j .
Not th i*f
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1—in a rlenn n»rUet 1 h«*vethe finest
*»rd iharVrt in C»ero an< n<>-
p *** o» -xcel in cvs' meats and clctanli
p -s. me.
J. II. AUTRY
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Wood, H. G. The Cuero Daily Record. (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 81, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 18, 1900, newspaper, April 18, 1900; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth834563/m1/3/: accessed December 11, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.