The Cuero Daily Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 21, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 26, 1909 Page: 1 of 4

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in District Court.
The First State Bank &
of Cuero, Tex;
■t Successor to FIRST NATIONAL :
Capital paid in...... .v......$100,009. Surplus.
We are prepared to make loans on approved secuntv, a
pay agreed rates of interest on time certificates of deposit
State vs. Jordan Allen; charge
burglary, plea of guilty and given
two years in the penitentiary.
Albert Johnson vs. Lee Johnson;
divorce granted.
State vs.Ernest Blackman; charge
assault to mnrder; on triaL
Condensed Report of tfce Current
Events of the Day.
Several are killed and injured in
two mine accidents.
Carrie Nation is pelted with eggs
C. O. Breeden.
S. p. Lackey.
Mike Byrne,
Dr. F. TerreLL
T. A. Graves,
hi London music hall.
Passengers of ill fated steamer
Republic tell of collision.
.Earthquake shocks are increas-
ing in intensity in Italy.
Debate on penitentiary investi-
gation begun in senate today.
Battleship Maine at rives, in Ha-
vana'harbor for inaugural cere-
, Two-cent fare would kill home-
seeker rates to Texas say passenger
men. -
Ed .Marshall, night rider, be-
comes badly confused on witness
Conference on dependent chil-
dren is in progress at the White
Love’s bank guaranty bill is
assailed by Representative Worth
S. Ray.
Dates set by senate and honse
committee for a heariog on the
health bill.
Bill providing for a new road
system for Bexar county is passed
by the house.
Student of Mexico’s college of
mines invents instrument to fore-
tell earthquake.
High beef prices ran ap cost of
subsistence of soldiers at Fort Sam
Houston and elsewhere.
Members of Osgge council appear
before senate committee to protest
against certaifrclaimants.
Russia wiR&«uake a number of
County and City Depository
/astice Stokes and the other of-
ficers were investigating a pistol
case today and fonnd some rather
an witling witnesses, who were dif-
ficult to induce to furnish informa-
*A Poor Relation
The story of “Noah Vale,” the
poor inventor, is typical of the
straggle through which we must
all pass to win success. We love
the character for his patience, his
perseverance against odds, and
aboVe all, for his kind ness.«his
.The meeting of the Sumners'
memorial fond subscribers is to be
in the county court room tonight
at eight o’clock.: Be oa hand-
yon will be expected.
Postmaster Drawe Is showing
the new issues of postage stamps
from 2 cents to 13. The new
special delivery stamp Is green,
and a very pretff piece of work.
The price has not been cat, how-
ever, on any issue. Yon still get
13 two cent stamps for a cent and a
quarter. €
New Laces
And embroideries at Dietze’s
Against the Deadly Pistol
An Interesting Program
Arkansas’ new chief executive
has declared against the deadly
pistol: In his message he urges
good men to unite in an effort to
put down the practice of carrying
concealed weapons.
This stand by Gov. Donaghey
I should have weight not only with
the state legislature bat' public
sentiment throughout the state. *
The ready, hidden pistol is* re-
sponsible for most of the murders.
The impulse to shoot comes quick-
ly to the man who has a pistol in
his pocket. Anger, which whonld
often cool if he had to go home for
his pistol, become insane fury in a
moment, if the pistol is at hand.
It is the ready pistol that makes
cowards brave enongh to kill an- \
armed men, bullies go forth to over- J
awe their fellows, drunken hus-
bands to shoot their wivks. It
It should be
The Record, man noticed Mr.
Moorhead chalking up a very in-
teresting program for tonight at the
Dreamland Family Theater. Yon
will enjoy seeing it.
200 pieces Red Seal Ging-
hams 121-2 cent value this
week 10c at Craves Big Store.
and public as the only man who
has ever successfully followed Mr^
Soi. Smith Russell., The manage-
ment guarantees that “ A itor Re-
lation” never had a better cast
than the one now supporting Mr.
Taylor, anchtbat the play will be
New rudhing,
new belts,
new white goods this week
at Graves Big Store, v
Away Down East.
Eail Reiffen
Prize fighting is a Srutal pas-
time, which shows a good deal of
the savage remains yet in the av-
enge man. It is bad enough when
two men pound each other into a
maas of bi'ufses and wounds, bnt
when, as was recently the case in
an easternatate, two women are
the pugilists and fight like wild
beasts for a parse of money and for
the amusement of sporty toughs
who pay liberally for the sight, it
becomes absolutely disgusting.
The dehumanizing of men is vi-
cious, bnt the dehumanizing of
women is revolting in the ex-
treme.—Osceola Press.
| Yes==You
j Can Buy
t Things More
| Cheaply at a
j Store That
t Advertises!
New Hosiery f~ r !
Ladies’ and men’s high grade
hosiery for spring 1909 just in at
Interest alloWei
posits. Safety
rent m .oo *tiei
probf vault in s
Drafts drawn 0
A Trade.
Who wants to bay a four
honse and nearly an acre of hind
in Sooth Cuero at a bargain? See
the Record.
sbonld be ent out.
suppressed effectually
The lam against carrying con-
cealed weapons shonid be made so
severe and its enforcement so strict
that the practice will be stopped.
It can be done and With the public
demanding that the ready 'pistol
shall cease to be ready recourse for
men who would kill their fellows,
the evil will be abolished.
May the day for its passing away
come qnickly.—Jonesboro Daily
To Men of Good Taste.
This will notify the public gen-
erally, our patrons In pgrtfeufor
and men of good taste especially,
that we can serve yon as yon wish
in the best and smoothest way.
Alponzo Reyes.
? If you were a merchant, would*
i n’t you rather sell a thousand
i yards of silk in a <^ay, at a profit
f of 10c a yard, thau ^ieli (uith-
f out advertising) fifty yards, at a
1 profit of 25cts a yard?
t Isu’t'it plain that in all such in-
T stances the buyer gets the benefit
T of the1'volume of business' ’ which
■* advertising enables the merchant
The money cost of a journey—
I long or short—by stage coach (not
to coant tipie, dr comfort) was
| > greater# that* that of a present day
O journey by railway. The “old
ways’\.?l doing things were not
1 even CHEAPER.
T*be cost of things in an old*
fashioned store nowadays is great-
er than in the progressive stores-*-?
the advertised stores. It’s not
" even CHEAPER to Datronize the
Or. i. Harvey Moore
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Specialist, of Victoria
Wfll be at Chas. Lenz Hotel,-
Cuero, Morj&av, Feb. 1,
One dayonly.
Yorktown, Tuesday, Feb. 2.
Of- Moore is an expert of - more than
twenty years’ experience. He cures all
disease* and deformities of the Eye^Ear,
Nose and Throat that are curable. He
makes a free examination and' if your
case is incurable he will tell you so and
wilt not take your money. He has
proven bis skill by the cures he has per-
formed in Victoria. He straightens cross
eye* without pain or chloroform and
cares granulated sore eyes without caus-
tics at the knife. V
For Rent—Good residence on
>nth Line str. See H, A% Doell
It is proposed that a campaign,
of education be undertaken through-
out the country to bring about the
greater use cl cotton as a means of
stimulating production.
The president Off the New Or-
leans Cotton Exchange declares
that there are hnndreds of uses to
which it might be applied if the
attention of the manufacturers was
only called to the availability of
the great Southern staple.
If this could be done and the
demand for our cotton immeasur-
ably increased at home, the south
would in time become independent
of the foreign market and use every
bale grown in our own manufac-
tories. ^Production ' would keep
pace in a measure with the increas-
ing consumption and with the in-
crease in the number of uses that
might be made of cotton the south-
ern farmer would be encouraged to
raise more than he does.
It is not economy for our raw
materials to be shipped to Euro-
pean mills, manufactured, then
shipped back to America and sold
to the original growers. ; ... ,
America mast leant to live at
home even more than it does and
the balance in favor of experts
must be increased. — Arkansas
10,000 yds. new Embroideri-
es and Laces at Graves Big
Store special prices for one
week. |
9 A beautiful line of
J And all the latest novelties
9 and at very Tow prices. *
2 cases yard wide bleched
domestic 7 \ -2c value this week
6J-4c at Graves Big Store.
Every night. except Sunday, at 7:39—Matinee Saturdays, starting at 1 P. HI
Children 5 cents, Adults 10 cents. # .
Corny awnxft atay cam ions e%a you nice
One youag Jersey cow with
df. R. A: Nagel.
Get Busy Do It Now
. JThe Menefee cottage on S.
Line street.
The Deloney place in North
Cuero, next to Mrs. B. Bron-
Howerton & Co.
New Suitings
At Dietze’s.
American Lady Corsets
At Dietze’s.
Moore & Same* are loading two
can of cabbage today for shipment.

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