The Cuero Daily Record. (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 98, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 13, 1900 Page: 3 of 4
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ADVERTISE DfeWITT COUNTY
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The Record inaugurates the Grandest Contest Ever
Offered in Cuero or DeWitt County. .
TWO FREE TICKETS
And Return---One for Cuero Teacher;
ceeds to go Towards Building a
In Washington Society.
Wash iNV. rox, May 9.
Roosevelt is the guest of
Commander and Mrs. Cowles, his
brother-in-law and sister. Having
a keen sense of humor, he must
enjoy‘Comparing his life in Wash-'
ington during ;he several years
'O BOULDER, COLORADO.:;!™,::
assistant secretary of the navy with |
An Ideal Investment
A POLICY OF INSURANCE
Ita -Miiliiil Lifj lulling S/fspiny gf m W
Richard a . McCurdy, p r - r- 1 - -.
One for Teacher Outside of Cuero.
Cottage in the Famous Chautauqua
Grounds, Near Boulder, t(o Belong to and for the Free
Use of Our Teadhers Each Summer.
the fawning of prominent persons
who are now failing aver each
other in their ekort< to secure him
for their guest at a dinner party or
other entertainment. He lias al- |
ways had !riend.*>; he is the sort of
mail w ao makes and holds them
lilt1 OM.‘s-t ]J!f Insurance I'oinpanv in Aitn-ii
'111,- p,rgest IjleliiM.rai.ci'Coiijpanx W,„-K1
ll,e BeM-B.-raii.se it Iw t'.e Most Hood.
Assets Over 300 Millions of Dollars.
Su Pius Over 50 Millions of Dollars.
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Liberal Loans to the Insured at 5 per cent interest.
Large Cash Surrender Values Stated in the Polfcy.
Guaranteed Paid-up Insurance without exchange
Extended Term Insurance.
Grace in the Payment of Premiums.
Large I rofits payable to Policy-holders onW.
1 I - i I * and he kub\Ys th.it it lsvhis nrom-
Teaciting and methods of work in the ideas, methods aiid opinions of others, for alf regularly accredited repiesenta- j , , . K
school have nudersone some very con- They also believe that the physical re- tive^ living in the cottage or cottages . °.e 10 ^ vauced his at-
siderable changes in the last »ew years, quirements of ttjacbing are such that a erected by th£ir respective cities, towns : ^rac^lv<Mie:5s lhe eyes of those
Education is now not so much a process periodical and definite change of sur- or school districts, said fiee entertain- u'h° are always on the alert to en-
of cramming the applicant for a diploma roundings and cl mate is most desirable j menft to be [provided for any one qr alt tertain those who are Drominenf L> 7 / • I
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worth. Having no idea of making 4 ____
a social exlii!)it of himself, Mr. For further information see our Agents or
for him or her
for preparing him to live a u-eful and and telling woik
valuable life, and to thus make the most They are of tble opinion that, after a rootfi in said cottage or cottages.
of his God-given possibilities. Study Careful investigation qf the various pos 3. A I'rkk i,hase of thk land upen - —- —........... 1111U3C.!, mi.
and investigation in psychology, phys- \ sible localities, they have chosen in the which cottages are erected will be gran?- Roosevelt has accepted very few
tology and hygiene have brought ab.mt a present site, nek| “Beautiful Boulder,” ed by the Texas-Colorado Chautauqua of the many invitations extended I
most radical chavge in'the manner of the most desirable spot for their assent- | AssJcation to the cities', tow ns or school ! to fcim He ha I ’ . AGENTS
caring for and developing the pupil. It bly in the West, aJnd in fact in the entire districts erecting cottages, covering the u . S een e.ntefl*incd 4 i i
by his old friend, Senator Lodge, i WANTED
has been found that the individual 'United States. | Ti.ey !biaintain also that period from March 1, 1900, to September I QIS °*a Incntl\ Senator Lodge,
Texas should put forth | 30, 11)13. a°d to be the guest of honor
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scholar, his tastes and inclinations must the teachers of ____ __ f_________
be studied and taken into account, that every possible effort to equip themselves ! 4. The Association willasimk aij, at a slaR dinner given aUthe White
♦he child’s inerest must be appealed to, most completely L every particular, and taxes-state, county and city—on such House by the president
lift ftU'tA it U C a fill I 1’ tn I «< A.- d 1 lun .l.l ^ 1
Chamberlain & Gillette,
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS,
and that the school room whefe good
work is accomplished mast be pleasant
so owe it as a duty to themselves and
their calling to feriously consider the
leased property and improvements frttfk
Maryh 1, li)BO, to September 30, 191s.
These cotiagts shall be given relit
k $50 Wheel Bought Direct from Our Factory Costs You but-$22.95
Mrs. McKinley does not expect
and attractive a«d the r surroundings inat'er of attending this summer meeting. o i nese cottages shall he given rent 1 v.....j c.vpcu
wholesome from the standpoint of Colorado’s climLte is famous, its seen-1 lree for the use of the regularly acciedit- t0 Ieave Washington again until
health. No one will doubt the efficacy j ery u-surpassed jnd the satisfaction of ed representatives of the cities, tow ns after congress adjourns, when she
school districts erecting them, tor and the president plan to o-o to their
'erioH fro,n M"ch '• »"«• “> *1*1 o!d home at Canton (or a visit of
U^OIUI, VI'V WIIV. utiv.av.> VI j u • autl llic 5
of the vacation, the reqess, change of j returning tourists universal. and
occupation and variety ot work i» hand, j As regards the matter of expeuse, it lhe ^ -— ______
What is a good thing for the scholar may be well tomintiou that people went timber 30. 1918. J. l Long -
certainly must lie km ficial to the teach from the vicinity If Fort Worth, remain- President Texas Colorado | Several wFeks. She takes a daily
^r~^e lea°her l>etng no more tlian his | jng s,x weeks, eajoytd alf tho lectures, Chau auqua Association j^riveaild appears to be as Strong
scholar in a.i advancing ,ta-e, si. ee | concerts, eutertttdincuts and Chautauqua 1 J- |W. Fkkkman, Secretary. as she was before she had that dt-
whe never the* instructor ceases to be a priy, leges, induing full tuition in* the j rl -n - v tack of the
studeDt he has reached the height of his summer school, b-Lrd, lodging aud raU Gf"esvl ^ Cleburne, Austin. Yoh- j a P*
success and started to retrograde. And road fare in both directions (permitting \ L’redo, McKinney . Ennis, Corsi j; ^ * *
so it has come about that l.-adtng educa- stopovers at all pJints in Colorado, good f'1"3' I>e,,ton’ X lctor,a, E! Pj,so* p«en- 1 he Russian ambassador gave a
tors, and these in charge of teachers untU Qc-.ober 31 j at a cost of $75 to $80 Waxahachie- Weather- Marge dinner party this evenine in
'u school work, have established for tbe entjre seasbn °r C T'-"— "
and encouragetl the summer school for
teachers a.xl tln-se wishing to enlarge! The following Preamble and resolu-
their educational honzonj. The institu-1 tions were unanimously adopted by the
tk>n has met with urquesdoned success, Board of Directoriof lhe Texas-Colorado
until in all parts of the country these | Chautauqua Association, at a meeting
Cbautauquas are holding annual sessions. beid ln Galveston] Saturdav.Febuary 17,
Send Us Ont: Sellar
AD'b^tate whether LA1>!EI ’ or
GL.t iS’ lilt) G’o*r uac (ohir
wanted, aud t/» wtlt ■' wi ( ,r
n ;w lyuo, rrruUr IX?.- O' u o>i
AlvR^tX lilMj liICVk.i L i» r ^ ..
pre»a C. O. Ir., et;l»»ocr to cM,i,.
iiatlon. Voc CAN UX . ,,f | \ V.
H atvour Dt*r»t ex.-ns . tti, ^
and If found sattsfaji. r,. a » resir
bargain, and EQUAL IX VA J t
TO THE 160 00 A>I>
pm* a«, ut !*., |,»a-s
ciurtn-s. £xpnmic(!kigro itra -e-
alsjo t f l .• s> for U). I
• ♦•’illi t.i, lrfrri!; -
tional litOO.oii? ye.r
Two years ago.a number of lepresenta-
tive educators of this state joined with a
we, the directors of the
similar body of prominent gemleu.eu in j Texas Colorado chutanqm. Association
Colorado and established what has come j desue to strengtdeii and encourage, by
to be known as the ‘‘Great Texas-Colo-
rado Chautauqua” at Boulder, Colorado,
incorporated under the laws of Texas
every possible anti legitimate means, a
feeling of close unpou and good fellow-
ship between the two stales in the inter
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In its first year this institution made re j ests of whose pe«»dle we have formed our
markable progress, and established tyr ; Association* and
itself a claim as being well toward the Whereas, we Llelieve that a most po-
top among the leading assemblies of its j tent factor in the Accomplishment of this
kind, recognizing only .as it-* superior ? end is the work inf which we are engaged
the original pioneer gathering at Lake at our annual assembling ar Boulder,Col.,
Chautauqua, New York, at the same time
being declaied ahead of (he mother as-
sembly by many who had attended the
New York meeting.
At the last year’s session there was
present at the grounds an average attend-
ance of 500 visitors during the entire six
which appeals: l|— To those engaged in
teaching, as a place where intellectual
stimulus may be combined with recrea-
tion; 2—To parents as presenting an op-
portunity to maintain, at small expense,
a regular summdr home where their
children can have proper physical and
week.., in adAition lo which there was j mental exercise, aImd moral ami health-
an equal number in the town of Boulder
proper, making not less than 1000 strang-
ers, as a minimum, who had been at-
tracted from all parts of the United
States to this great meeting On special
days this number was increased to as
high as 9000 people-bv the attendance of
ful surroundings; 3—To clubs, societies
and other organizations as a most admir-
able rendezvous far confereuces and an-
nual meetings; and 4—To all such and
to individuals living a: a low altitude
and m a warm clithate, as a place where wiu county
the climate is delightful and where the | o
ford, : Hillsboro, Denison, Sherman, j honor of Prino^ n t j , „ .
Wac;,, Mcx,a. Tyler, Palc.iuc, Terrell, j ° Delgoroukoff of
Belton,' Marshall, Texarkana,. Bryan, j . 1 Ctersblirg.who reached Wash-
Beaumont, Houston, Fort Worth, San ■ this week on his way around
Antonio, Gonzales, and a number ol ’ the world., not in eighty days, but
other places in Texas are now at work j leisurely, in order that he may see
on tl^e Cottage plan and the Record, for P11 i ,
our town and county, has undertaken to f! .} ^ 'VOrth Seein^
raise a fun.l for building a cottage for the “e 1S pressed to prolong his
use of our teachers and that success may , ^tay in \\ ashington bevond the
be attained we must have the co-opera- few davs he had calculated as stlf
.i°» of the teacher, themselves. : ficient 't0 see the sights, but he has
ihie Record will heal the list with 25 j 6 e Das
porW of the amount of all new sub- J Pr0tnise to d0S0,
scriptions receivetl and 10 per cent-of all aIthough expresses himself as
renewals, and as special premium will f highly pleased with what he has
give two tickets to Boulder, Colorado— Seen,- both of the city and its resi-
one to a teacher in Cuero, tile Other to a dents.
teacher in DeWitt county, who secures " |
or for w’hom is secureii the greatest nuui- j ;
her off subscriptions or collections for the Senator McMillan of Michigan
Record. Tickets good to return until j i-s on^ of tile most enthusiastic
October 31, with stopover privileges in players of the Chew Chase Coif
eithejr»dircetion. I , tt • J 1
Now, let u. see what our people will.'V i . .Is anxious 10 gel to
do toward securing this standing adver-
tisement of our town aud county aud at
the same time giving our teachers this
which ordinarily retatlf for *8 00 22 24 or 2S inrh i teed, pn«niaiartc. ctnirie tu'.n (fi;
.JOINTS THROUGHOUT nJtTittTi... . ,n< , rne* ach d!4niond s«>aiiik-«M «;«cl tuoiaz. I-'1
ftn^at [WMtbk fl4tsh. enameled BLACK ItOY a I H r’ri ' 3't** - Jm' 1 *' “Bet*T,!r kil-
„ THE AIROK SEWING MACHINE & BICYCLE CO., Akron, Olio.
T Akron . . «luj M»cUUi« A Co. »r# ttmrouv'fity relUtfic.—fc<ttior. t * T
the links that he seldom remains
in the ^eiiate until adjournment
now that the golf days are fairly
greatest of all advantages in the educa- Upon US. tHe has his team come
uouanmea.comparauvelyuoco.tatall. to the capitol for him every after
1 he contest is now on and the follow- , . c\er> alter-
ing rules will govern same: ? noon and drives directly to the
1. Every contestant must be a teacher clubhouse, about f even miles be-
in some public or private school in De- yond the city, where he exchanges
lo SUNSET \Dl
NewTork, Texas and
Gulf, West Texas
t-ICK TIME AND CLOSE CONNECTIONS via Houston and H.
vX 1 L , -*r New Or-ranj for all poims north and east Excur-
>ion all the a ear round to Mexico and California. To secure
lowest «>», quickest time and nrost satisfuCt<,rv service roU?e your
freight. Vrom hast-rn States, via Morgan Line ; tr- m east of the Mis-
e’rNrW ( r,^nS an1,Sunset Rn,,t«- ^om w^t «,f the Mississippi
r ^ a’ ‘ >t’,nst‘t Koute. For tunher information relative to
freight, tickets, etc , call on or address
J. CRHIG, G. P. & F. A.
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H. D. 8heppard, Local Agent. Victoria, Texas. *
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excuraionists from various points drawn grandeur aod the beauties of nature
to the Chautauqua to Lear celebrated
divines, statesmen, lecturers and enter-
tainers appearing on
F'rom this brief mention it will be
readily recognized that those interested
have a right to expect great things of
this assembly for the year 1900. The
coming session will begin July 1 and
close August 15, and the management is
at present booking the finest talent to be
found in the United States, includidg an
able and representative faqulty for the
summer college work. The directors in
recent meetings in Fort Worth and Gal-
\\ here as, the lunparallel led attend
Me Chautauqua ance of the past two years has clearly de
monstrated that tbe people appreciate
the efforts of the Chautauqua manage-
ment. and especia ly of the citizens of
Boulder, who bat e, at great expense,
purchased, laid out aud beautified the
Chautauqua grounds, aud made such im-
provements in tile way of buildings,
water service and other conveniences, as
to make possible a great convocation of
the good people o| tbe two states: there-
fore be it
Resolved, that in order to permanent
ci- . , 1T - ., - his statemdn’s clothes for a golf
. -^Everj dollar paid the Record on ciiif PT1rl °
a«!sub*ip,ron, Daily or Weekly (KW or ^ , , Proceed’ t0 enjoy himself,
old subscribers), entitles you to ten (10) j .°°*s another man when
he gets his red coat on.
veatou took action looking towards the ly unite the interekts of the two states in
enlargement of present facilities, in-
creased expenditures and a general im-
provement in all departments, since they
are now satisfied that the people, by we offer the following inducements
their attendance and general co-opera- the cities, towns and school districts
the Texas-Colora lb Chautauqua as an in-
stitution for the intellectual, moral and
physical improvement of their citizens,
3. If sufficient money to build the
cottage is secured the fortunate contest- 4. /- • 1
ants jwill also have free use of cottage * . Jt Was first announced that
and full pri\ iioges of Chautauqua. Johnnie Brice, son of the late Hon.
4. if less than $2o0 be raised, the ^-a^ in Brice, had married a
least amount acceptable for tbe building, chorus girl it was not believed in
z srtsrj; rrr;: :it,r1T.
equally between the lucky -contestants 1 , Owed b> cards announcing
for their incidental expenses while away. marrlage, and that the young
5. flu event the DeWitt county build- C0UP^ would be “at home” at the
ing should take either the $150 or $100 Brice residence in New York Citv
prize offered by the Chautauqua manage- Jotanie Brice, who was a Harvard
ment, the amount to be subject to the , . ^Xianara
will of the teachers of DeWitt county. man 1Q c^ass °f 99. was
fi. Any one paying subscription (old a ^reat lavorite in Washington,
or new) is allowed to designate the The is a Washington girl,
teacher to whose credit the votes will be --—-—1
pl2c<jd^ v- Summer Excursions
7. J The contest closes at 6 o’clock J
have evidenced their desire to see Texas to erect cottages on our grounds
the Chautauqua established and coutin- for the use and befaefit of their teachers,
tied on a permanent basis. 1. A cash prize of one hundred
Tbe officers of this association feel very and fifty doll.Jrs to the city, town
deeply that it is the duty of the people or school district erecting a cottage
Texas to support this much needed upon the assembly grounds at Boulder
enterprise. The\ feel, as all those who which shall be adjudged the most credit-
h»ve attended Ibis meeting are unani able, and oss huIdrkts dollars to the uuuen.amg ,s at Mberty to an,i ,
moo. in bearmg w.tness, that the teacher second best, award to be made by a con,- j do so Tbe amount will U acknowled-ed
at the end of the year s work ueeds a mltlee of comIwteJt and impartial judges, through tbe paper aud placed lo The t0ber - ■ -a— — ycouccu rates.
LITnd that. J Z/J17T°Z -“3 ‘"‘‘I WiM ^ madt c.rtdif of “iJ ftlnd- « «•« «».« The Service of ‘he yueen & Cres-
sharp on the evening of Saturday, .May The v o
| 19, and the names of the lucky contest- •11 ^ Crescent Route
ants will be announced in the issue fol- . . b€Sln°iBg June I and COU-
\o*mg. tinuing until September 30, 1900,
Anybody who wishes to donate toward seB summer excursion tickets to all
l?ei^l,we lunf loaidand enc°urage principal resoits in the north east
ritrjsssassar: •- —««• «« »»*
31, 19*^* st reduced rates.
cent Route is first class in every
respect: through sleepersi, dining
car service en route.
Indigestion is the, direct cause
A new and fine assortment
of Millinery. JUST IN—New
Hack HatsrNew Flowers and
Mrs. M. J. HAMMOND'S.
! ssfenrr 1
liroy lim« to limc. hu kaowlcdgc of the not 1cm than $200, and shall becolnplctcd The b< ys and girls should lake
branches he handles, or obt.m.ng the and ready for oiup.ucy on or before active interest and see ,o „ that the"
venhet o( the best thiokets aa to the most June SO, 1900. | I teacher ge.a to take the trip, just a UtZ
approved methods of teach,ug They a. Eree knthrtainmhnt at the; eflorhw, If accomplish ,, ,be teacher of disease that kill, rhn„t .. r ton. wh
the law. of psj etiology C i l.vir a tore eacn season for the sessions can well liec.ime deeolv inter.., if* * ottpAnds _
apply to the teacher fuKy as much, if of I9W. 1901 and Ltt, including general i the isurcesvful ones have l e-vo.r.V » l>t-rson'' “i’-'tially. Stop thp trouble I He has
not more ..rongly, than to the student, admission ,o the gLunds,-tuition in alP shadow of .a doubt uneof'the »“!>k ollfset will, a tittle fricklv-: men-
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-^***®* ° icene and by contact with the certs and entertainments to Ik* provided j any-cine. by Heaton p*.
Chas. Thamm of Mission Valley
came in yesterday to renew for the
Record. He tells us crops look
fine in his section and that the boll
weevil are not in his volunteer cot-
ton, which is loaded with squares,
not even found one speci-
which is good news.
II. Burleson, eye. ear,
vSold nose and- tliroat; office oVer Reuss’
j Cuero Council No. 84, R. U. of TexaSw
j l^le 2olJi of January a nucleus
jof the above council was formed by
j seven citizens of Cuero, of whfck
number two withdrew. At present
! there are 24 members in good
standing. Thursday night a fill
set ot officers were elected as fol-
Leuz Past council cojn-
C. A. Sumners—Council coin-
C. T. Schwab—Orator.
Wm. T. Eichholz—Financial
Dr. J. M. Thompson—Medical
Thos. M. Stell—Councellor..
4 Emil Zierahn—Marshal.
Fritz Wieland—Assistant chap
John Boehl—Mystic guard.
Otto Schroedter—SentineL ’
The council will meet hereafter
on the first Tuesday night of eadh
month at 8 o'clock at Germania
Of Interest to You.
In shaving or haircutting ytu
get the best results possible in ea^e
or style at Alfjns) Reyes’ shop
near Muti hotel. Try him.
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