The Cuero Daily Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 91, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 18, 1909 Page: 2 of 4
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the Cuero Record and Associ
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The Record will give two beautiful Organs, two Scholarships in Business Colleges, a fine
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Stevens Hammerless Shot Gun and a good Bicycle
Tllie j. ft. Nagel Hardware
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Co. will give cine of their celebrated Nagel Sewing machines.
beautiful Gold Headed Parasol.
exceptionally nice set of single Buggy
A. P. Jacobs. “Palace of Sweets,” gives a fine Kodak J|jP
Alfonso Reyes will give a box of fine Hamilton*Pish Cigars.
gives a due bill for $28.11 for the purchase of an elegant Champion Drop-
head Selling Machine. ;_
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This is a Hst of the premiums now in the field and we expect to have others to add to the list, thus making this the largest and most coikMet
popular voting contest ever attempted by a paper In our county. . mpieie
Coupons will toe Issued by the following firms, and persons interested in the contest should caH for the coupons when trading, and reauest
friends tq do the same: t
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The Graves Company, R. H. Barnes, J. R. Nagel Hardware Company, A. P. Jacobs’ “Palace Of Sweets,” The Variety Store R C
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Flick’s Harness and Carriage House, the Reuss Drug Store. Alfonso Reyes’ Barber Shop4 and Louie F. Schley’s Blacksmith Shop A
F. Dreyer’s Restaurant, in Cuero, The Craves Company, Koerth Brothers’ Drug Store, Levytansky Jewelry Store. Yoakum, and the
General Merchandise Store of MeyCr Brothers at Yorktown. - T
PRIZES: The several prizes shall stand on an equal
footing and shall be given to the candidates receiving the
greatest number of votes in the following manner: The
candidate getting the greatest number of votes shall take
first choice of all the prizes, the one receiving the next
greatest number the second choice and so on until all
premiums are exhausted.
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CANDIDATES: Any church, school, young peoples
society, lodge, or other public organization not organized
for financial gain, or any individual who is not connected
with the Record force or delated to a member thereof or
to any of the firms issuing coupons may enter as a
VOTES: Votes will be cast at this office and will be
given at the rate of 400 votes for a three months7 sub-
scription to the Daily Record and 400 votes for one yearly
subscription to the Weekly Record. Renewalnyallsc^
tious count the same as new subscriptions. No subscrip-
tions for leas than three months will count and longer
time will count at same proportioual rates. Commercial
coupons will count at the rate of 100 votes for each one
dollars worth of purchase in all amounts above five cents.
Votes once cast for one candidate cannot be changed,
and a candidate cannot draw’ out of this contest and
transfer votes to any other candidate.
CASTING OF VOTES: Votes may be cast in person
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or sent by mail, but in all instances party sending should
keep record of the number of votes sent, and write
plainly the name and address of the candidate for whom
the votes are cast, as no person connected with this
office wiU suggest the name of any candidate to be
COUPONS: All firms taking part in the contest will
be supplied at all times with coupons and wilj issue them
to persons trading with them under the rdb* of few twin
test, a». the rate of one vote for each one onHHll4
purchase on all amounts above five cents; no
wiH be made below five. ^
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Oop^e of these rules will be kept at sU places
coupons are given-out, by all om
desiring may see them at any time by asking at
places or calliug at this office (
Ike contest will be closed at the dose of business on
Saturday, June 12, 1909. Bat. that outside
rtiay have equal break with local contestants, rntt i:
mailed to the Record bearing post irtai k of ndt later than
Sunday, June 13, and reaching the Record office by the
early Monday morning train, June 14, win be counted
and the result announced in the afternoon paper of
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• The contest begins n<
dividual desiring to ei
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morning’, April 19, and lasts for Just eight weeks. Any organization or m-
tants should send the name to the Record office at once so as to bends at the
\ tipie in the race
to begin at
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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/m1/2/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.