The Cuero Daily Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 91, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 18, 1909 Page: 1 of 4
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CUERO, DcWITT COUNTY, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 18. 1909
THE EXAMINING TRIAL
Condensed Report of the Current
Events of the Day.
Synopsis of Testimony Introduced
Friday Afternoon. York and
Goodson Allowed Bail.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS Hi
Detrpit Defeats Chicago, io to o.
Texas cattlemen will rash cattle
Trade is on a large volume and
improvement is shown.
Senate is in session only long
enough to pass two local bills.
Speaker Marshall announces
new list oi House employes.
Yonng Turks telegrah that they
are marching on Constantinople.
Massacre of Armenians takes
place at Adana, Asiatic Turkey.
South is losing billions, educa-
tional conference at Atlanta is told.
' Governor Campbell sends
another message to the Legislature
Legislators will visit San An-
tonio April 21 for Carnival festivi-
Attack made upon the university
final ball by Representative
City and County Depository
Sum and York bad • qaar
York had jerked away froi
and said be did not want a
more to do with him. Af
Irwin paid'they all took a <
gether; except York, who
' The baud will play a number of
sacred airs Sunday afternoon at
Hillside cemetery at the Decora-
tion services. Rev. U. P. Bowden
will deliver an address at 5 o'clock
AP. who have not cleaned off
their lots are requested to have it
done between now and that time.
WATCHMAKER AHH JEWELER
A beautiful line of
HAND PAINTED CHINA
* Gns Kleinecke differed a ltfcle <
this point, jaaj lag that Yor^ k<
not coim in later except to j hai
ttp his .wtaL ;
The defense did not intf|9dti
any witnesses. It was agreed tfa
bail should be granted York la t!
sum Of $2000 and Goodson $5 00.
And all the latest novelties
and at very low prices.
nis neaa ones: into I tie pool room.
Kirk Irwin was called. Stated
-4. -*■ ^4 -
that he was a deputy constable and
was depnty on the night of April
13. On this night had taken sap-
per at the restaurant in rear of
Schrieder's saloon with Hy. Kelley
and Robert Allert. Kelly left soon
and he, Irwin, and AUert talked
awhile, and Swift came in. The
three played domines and Prof.
Nash came in and stayed awhile,
then left, Irwin and Swift started
home and went to Bank saloon
where Irwin’s horse was tied, and
they talked a litttle, when Irwin
said he heara voices fn the alley
and went nearer and saw York and
a man he took to he Goodson. He
then said to the others to get in-
side and they alt went In. Asked
Kleinecke to go ont and see wko
was in the alley and he came back
and reported as testified by Klein-
eeke. They then took adrihk and
he and Swift started ont. He sug-
gested he would step to the alley
to see if the men were still there
and both started that way when
the first shot was fired. Swift fell
and he stooped to help him aod the
second shot was fired, passing over
his bead. Both his and Swift’s
New Hair Goods. '
Such as puffs, rolls and switches
Notice the page ad of the Record
ia this issue and get in on the con-
test. If yon are not a contestant,
help yonr friend who is or your
favored organization or club that
wants ooe of the prizes.
The vrjr best—Record job work.
General Banking and Exchange
Interest allowed oq M Time De-
posits. Safety Deposit Boxes for
* rent in the safest ire and burglar
proof vault in south Texas.
Drafts drawn on all parts of the
world. We solicit your banking
Cuero m Tex
MRS. B. S. WRIGHT
(Pupil of Emil Liebling, Chicago)
Cor Preach and Depot Sts., Caere.
Regular services at tbf
hoots. Sttaday school 9:3c
For the winning number on our
piano in Record aod Star April 21
and 22. A. F. Dibtze.
Neither age nor yoojth is exempt
from eye troubles sad defective
vision. If there is any suspicion
of trouble with your eyes, we’ll
examine them free end Cornish
the right glasses at the right
Electrical wiring and overhaul-
ing done on short notice. Fan
work a specialty. Phone 232.
W. h. GREEN. E. E
The case of Sistrunk vs. Gnthrie
Friday resulted in a verdict for
$190 in iavor of Sistrunk. This
was for commission claimed on a
sale of real estate. The jury was
dismissed for the term Friday.
R H. BARNES,
Office upstairs over old Post-office.
Office hours, 8:30 to 12 and 1 to 5.
The Retail Merchants association
will hold their regular meeting on
Delicately perfumed. The kind that gives universal
Satisfaction. Try a half pound can, only 25c.
Leo Swift's funeral.
The last sad tribute to Leo Swift
was paid Thursday afternoon, the
services conducted by Rev. U. P.
Bowden. There were many beau-
tiful floral tribues from lady friends
of the family. There was a large
number of people present.
Take the time to read carefully
every line in the page advertising
the Record’s voting contest then
make up your miod to get busy.
Just a little effort on your part may
secure you a valuable premium.
On Screen Work
We will scrccih your house; just phone us
and we will mod one of our men to tell you
whdt the work will cost.
- Boon without hardware_____SI.i5feSI.75
Deora wife hardware...... 1.45 to 2.99
Windows................15 to 1.99
Any style of screens made to order and fin-
ished to match your bouse. Old doors and
window screens recovered.
Nice Place for Rent.
The Coffin old place has been
renovated and repaired, also fenced
and is for rent. Call at the Record
office for information abont it.
Barnard & Monkea, Caere, Tex.
Eighty tc a hundred acre farm,
house, well, windmill, three mile?
of Cuero, for sale at close figures
See Record for further particulars.
Touriof Car $1080
Tac RB O is chock foil of proofs, pablic aad private.
; Gliddea Tours, to prove eodorance and reliability; fell-climbing
tests, to prove effective power; economy contests to prove economy,
smooth running—any kind of proofs you want. Come] end let as
Card of Thanks
That will move goods from our store
into your home, dive us a trial.
We wish to thank oar many
triends for their kindness and sym-
pathy in the bereavement of our son
and brother, Leo A. Swift. May
God bless them one and all.
Mrs. Kat* Swift,
O. A. Swift,
Mrs. W. J. Va.nDsever*.
Roadster, with Top |l,900
his head. York^said Swift and lx- I
win had been looking for him for .
tome time and they hod fatten <
what waa coming to them, or wife!
R & COOK, Agents
.JU. ^ V; # I. . flta.
Your call appreciated
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The Cuero Daily Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 91, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 18, 1909, newspaper, April 18, 1909; Cuero, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth844240/m1/1/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.