The Cuero Daily Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 21, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 26, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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OUR EMBROIDERIES are the talk of the town
has such an attractive and complete line tee
Oar line of dainty Baby Sets is especially str
18 inch Fiounciags, good "edges in cambric Af.
nr lawn fnr nor mA
Regular ioc India Linen, same quality sold last year it
ia^c, this week ic yds for —-------------—--------
White Novelty Waistings, over 250 design?, all different,
' t V ’ 1
checks and stripes* cords and figures, highly mercerized^*? a
reduction of 10 PER CENT.
A splendid value. 32 in. India Linen, toll count, this
season’s iq#c grade, now only, per yd—4----------
or lawn, for per yd
Corset cover Embroidery, per yd, from__)
New line of SPRING GINGHAMS and SUITINGS—f!
Oinohams, most reliable brand now before the! pub-
lic, JSually sold at 12Xc, our price per yd........i.....
Book Fold “Toile da Nord” Gingham, colors absolutely
fast, none better sold elsewhere at 150 yd, ourpricel
to pcs Checked Nainsook, sell readily at 7c per yard, now
NEW VALENCIENNK LACES—Oar entire line ofthis dainty
merchandise, for the coming spring season is now in. We
ate showing an almost endless variety 9C*
of patterns, ranging in price, per yd, from..»G 0 fcwC
1 CHECKED or STRIPED NAINSOOKS and DIMITIES
I suitable for children’* dresses, our regular 15c lO1#
I quality this week, per yd---------------------------_J»2*
Our policy is to give full value at all times. We never sacrifice “quality
object, but we give you ABSOLUTE SAFETY and the biggest return for *
every dollar you spend with us
1 , ’ r- V' i - - * •-i '■ V . - \ * •* ■'
being driven to that extrema by
Its exactions.—Lockhart Courier!
Bunch Keys Found
Bunch keys found. Call at Record
office,; describe and pay for this
4 The news items of the home com-
<1 The things in which you axe most
The' births, weddings, deaths of
the people you know.
9 The social affairs of our own and
Fdr ladies, children and men, Hn*
j,! • iLW' • . •• * .ALr"-''
en heel and toes, every pair guar-
anteed at Dietze’s.
Don’t forget that Feb. 1 the price
It is necessary to do this on ac-
count of the advance in the price
of everything used in making up a
paper. Get your date set ahead
before that time if you wish.
Eighty te a hundred acre farm,
house, well, windmill, three miles
of Cuero, for sale at close figure*-
See Record for further particulars.
an extent hove these
u curried that It is not
MgAM to say that under
■i Nd the prevailing
t llgfcUtion to Bnttiply
• jsumhrr of habitual
ms materially increased,
Alena Ford, W. H. Korthaner,
Ella McLemore, Hariet Stevens,
Hattie Slade, C. Wittnebert,
Jose Marie Cishero, Austinio
Fairies, Victorina Hanson, Sel-
Please say “Advertised
calling for above letters.
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Wu. Dsawk. Postmaster.
Ire. Mary Hudson, of Eastman, Miss., “took
ice, which was, to take Cardui. She was
with me and was in terrible misery, but Gar-
Thsha»vw tbs doings of the peopis la this
town; thn gossip of our own community, that’s
th» first kind, ofreading matter yon want. It is
man Important, more interesting to you than
Slat given by She, paper or lMgarina from the
outside world. It is the first reading matter
you should bqy. Bach Issue of this paper gives
to^you just what 70a win consider
Kerosene emulsion used as a
spray will kill cabbage worms and j
not hurt the plants* It Is made as j
follows: Soap 1 pound; kerosene i
oil, 1 pint and water 2 quarts. Boll ,
the water and soap solution; re-
move from fire and add the ken>
sene. Churn, the solution until ]
thoroughly mixed. The oil will
Pure Maple Sypip
Snow Qp^ta Flour is
cake flour. ? <L
not separate after cooling
with its bulk of water and spray
wit£ a force pump.—Farm and
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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/m1/3/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.