The Cuero Daily Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 21, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 26, 1909 Page: 2 of 4
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Some of the leading men erf this
state are its strong supporters and
endorsers, as will be seen by the
catalogue which will be sent to any
one who writes to theSchooftor If;
It k queer how the value of a
kiss varies. A^Norfn Carolina
justice recenilf** quoted the
valne in his court at *$5 each,
while a New York justice at about
the same time was assessing them
at two for a dollar. * There should
be some plan set forth to pool them
so as to keep the market steady.—
The prices set by the two jurists
seem to have been based upon the
comparative suppiy and demand
in the two states. In North Caro-
lina kisses are worth $5 apiece
because rhe girls have been trained
in the old school which instlllM
into the minds of the young the
Idea that khfcfng is i rathtr formal
function and that anything like an
indiscriminate bestowal of such
favors is reprehensible. In New
York, on the other hand, kisses
are rather common and, necessar-
ily, rather cheap. There abont
the only bar to osculation appears
to be the dread of bacteria, and a
lot of girls there are not afraid even
of that.—Galveston News.
Now down here in Texas kisses
kisses sometimes cost away above
the five dollar mark—so it is said.
And generally the purchaser ap-
pears to be satisfied. If he is, no
#ne else need complain.
»*th Blue V. ^ilW
Best. Safest, Alw»y* RebAb*
SOlO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
The Philadelphia School ior
Nurses, 2239 Chestnut Street, Phi-
ladelphia, Pa., offers Free Scholar-
ships in Trained Nursing to young
women in every state in the Union.
The scholarships cover the full
two years’ course,with room,board,
uniforms, laundering, etc., includ-
ed, and railroad fare paid to home
town or district upon the comple-
tion of the course.
A home study course and a abort
resident course are also provided,
which quickly open the door to op-
portunity and enable progressive
students to render a noble service
to humanity and at the. same tiine
acquire for themselves a substantial
income from the Wst paid occupa-
tion now open to women; besides
qualifying every stndeat to deal
with emergencies in the home that
may mean the: saving of a loved
Far-seeing philanthropists are
adding to the resources of this
school, with the view of ultimately
extending these benefits to earnest,
energetic young women in all coun-
try districts and in all the smaller
towns and cities.
This Institution is approved and
endorsed by leading physicians and
educators of the entire country.
SF.Ttt CITY OF 6UER0
■ ■ ..... .
The Record office has a few hun-
dred old newspapers it. will sell. If
you wish to paper your house, un-
derlay your matting, decorate your
shelves or need any wrapping pap-
er, they are just, what yon want.
Will sell cheap.
t say you, Dialect? <•
moment. I object,
fcg oftiky sings |!_
•boot tbe Sf»idg«-c urn - things—
mg tt Waw ws * 'r‘ >
mi them Hooaier folks;
long as Mu he v:
frag «s Kirk keeps track
oog as Stantoh Writes
wf* 'frt 1 in y-v * ^ * Vf- *T
6« G!o lOus Georgy nights,
gn Hoe. Irwin chap
»Helen Green will till
>f |fyrt an' kenabeWe!
tent tbe ih’ Prisident—
11 have soii4dpS^| . . f
We Have A
National Biscuit Company’s
(jakes and Crackers in’ packag
All kinds of Breakfast goods:
Herring, Kraut, Brick Cheese,
Cream Cheese, Swiss Cheese. •
“Simon Pure” Lard
Hams and Breakfast Bacon
You’ll feel much more like you
|ht to after your poll tax is paid
vm- m N —
Pbe Federal judges are to get
ire salary. It is ;to be hoped
;y wrif try to earn it.
DOING THBR DUTY
% To filter the is the kid-
When they fail to do this the
kidneys are sick. Backache and
many kidney ills follow;
Urinary trouble, diabetes.
• Doan’s kidney - Pills cure them
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Cuero people endorse our claim, j
Mis. Mary Bunker, living in the
northwestern part of Cuero, Texas,
says: “I know positively that
Doan’s Kidney Pills helped me
and I am glad to give them my
fcndoTsement. I was bothered a
great deal by the irregular action
of the kidney secretions. I could
not sleep well at night and dis-
tressing pains in the top and back
of my head and felt generally miser-
^ ^ able. Upon learning of Dona's
Kidney Pills I had my husband
iiwto get a box for me at the Cuero Drug
ion and manual Co. and I began their use. I im-
jtic schools is proved steadily andwas soon able
atnre can help to attend to my honse work with*
these subjects out the least inconvenience. My
iyk. kidneys were also strengthened
■ws \ and the secretions restored "to a
> throw an egg dismal condition.’’ ... ^
kansas, ind a For sale by all dealers. Price
5 to strike his 50 cents. Foster-Mittmrn Co.,
eh shows thst Buffalo, New York, sole agents for
getting any the United States. * \ f j *1, i *j
Remember the name—Doan’s—
and take no other.
In Nsafcvilie was excused
kkw on the jury last week
hs was celebrating bis
h birthday. Well, boys
• " m :
hi a proposition that Is absolutely certain to ‘ make jmi more
money than any other investment you can possibly make?
v Wonld yon put $100 in a lot in a town Ibat ie ahoolntely
certain to be a city? *
Would you bay a town lot if there was s possibility of your
getting a $30,000 hotel or a tract of land or a residence already
built with very little more outlay?
Tile Town 61 Aransas Pass
Aransas Pass is the coming great deep-water harbor city on
the Texas Coast. It has been known that Arahsas Pass was the
most available location on the Gnlf of Mexico for a deep-water
harbor. There are eighty square miles of deep water in -the
harbor, four and one-half miles of dock frontage with a terminal
railroad building oat into the bay of the harbor. This town is
regularly laid off with business and residence lots in the pro-
portion necessary for a larfe rfcp There are reservations for
school houses, churches and public parks. It is covered with a
beautiful growth of live oak and green bay trees. It is an ideal
location for a seaport town.
. I il
The San Antonio & Aransas Pass Railroad is already built
into Aransas Pass* and there are four more railroads headed that
way. There will be a great scramble among the roads to get ad-
vantageous positions to the docks.
$29c,oooaoch. When the Government began this work
body tmflland that an Immense city would build at Aransas i
We were fortunate in semiring the towasite and eight thon
acres of land adjoiniig it. We are now putting this 01
market with the most improved plan erf town building tka!
ever been devised. Aransas Pass is absolutely certain to 1
great city. We offer yon the opportunity,of getting i« on
ground “Boor. Begin now—start with Ifer town.
Yon never had an opportunity aa great as this b
in your whole life. You may never have ft again. These
tracts will go like wildfire because there is merit in the pro;
tion. M is absolutely fair and just and each and every invi
will stand on the same footing. The town of Aransas Pai
just as certain to build into a city as the snn is to set whei
rises. It you need urging to invest your money in this pro;
don, go and see the town for yonrself and you will be omvi
in to Colorado Is suing
for $50,000 for alienating
'a affections. A woman
Sections can be alienated
> husband is not likely to
i $50,000 to any man.
There may have been “mitigat-
ing circumstances” in the murder
of Quentin Rankin, but at this dis-
tance it looked like cruel, cold-
blooded, diabolical, premeditated
hty leaders in England were
i admittance to a divorce
and it disappointed them
idonsly pot to <he able to
just how wicked one former-
uf - ,'VV > “ . 1 r
heir ranks bad been.
murder of the worst sort,
even the six convicted are hang
the other twenty-nine night riders
will be restrained. — Florence
Drew Selby Oxfords.
Ladies high grade shoes at
Oletze’s. ■ - I
Avail Yourself of His
reputable physician*, as the
ey will do la tea fold to the
*a poMibly derive from them.
(Wpt Cure, manufactured by
iy % Co* Toledo, O., contains
y on the blood aad mneoue
the system. la buying Hall’s
An internrban would be a good
thing for Cuero. a good thing for
yon is to try the fine oysters, eggs,
butter, etc., at the little grocery
near the postoftce.
BURTON & DANFORTH SAN
^The Hawthorne Club library has
been moved to tie Hickey store
on Esplanade street and will be
open to i each Wednesday
and Saturday New books ordered
Members holding books will please
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The Cuero Daily Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 21, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 26, 1909, newspaper, January 26, 1909; Cuero, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth844357/m1/2/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.