The Cuero Daily Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 85, Ed. 1 Monday, October 11, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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Roll Herring, Holland Herring,
Brick Cheese, Cream Cheese,
Pickles in bulk and in glass.
Canned Meats end Fish of ail
Complete line of Cereal Foods,
jellies in glass and toy pails.
Preserves, Mince Meat and
OTTO 8UCHEL i GO.
Correct and Artistic Fashions
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We arc now showing the most beautiful collection of NEW GOODS ever collected under one roof in this part of the country. The laJies of Cj:ro miy]]see here the very
- , - , newest models, the smarest suits, the latest fabrics and colorings.
In strictly tailored styles or beautifully embroid-
$1.50 to $2.00 and $2.58
Women’s Coat Suits
A matchless showing of ladies’ coat suits, the
beautifully tailored, no two alike. Prices from
SIS I. $30
The greatest values in these goods ever
shown. All linen initialed Handerchieis for
5 and 10 cents
New Skirts •
A new lot In a variety of new designs. All
Wool ALTMAN VOILE skirts, elaborately
trimmed for only
Equal to any $7.00 skirt in the city.
Mere and more the topcoat or wrap is coming
to the front. We anticipated this early in the
season and are showing a beautiful line of sep-
arate costs from
$3 to $20
Misses' and children’s cloaks from
$1.50 to $5
Warner’s Bust-proof Cor-
A good corset can do wonders to the human
form, and Warnei’s corset, if properly fitted,
produces no discomfort whatever. The only
corset made that will absolutely not rust.
Prices $1.00 to $3.00
Redfern Models $4.00 and $5.00
Our fall line of Bmery shirts is now in. See
the new pleated models.
Prices $1.00, $1.50 $1.75
Blankets and Quilts
With colder weather coming we call attention
to onr line of Bed Coverings. Soft wool
Blankets for__________$5 00
Comforts filled with pure white cotton and
made of allkaline for only__1___$1.75
Cheaper grades from---75c Up
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New Bags and Novelties
We are constantly adding to this line, always
ready to show something entirely new.
Beautiful art pieces of Japanese drawn work
and silk embroidery at all prices.
Men’s and Boys’ Sails .....$10, $15 and $20
' ROYS SUITS AT ALL PRICES. OYER COATS FOR MEN AND BOYS
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Koehler Dry Goods Company
GREEN SAVING STAMPS GIVEN FREE WITH EVERY CASH PURCHASE
Win Want Board.
The crowd coming here on the
fair days will want board and the
hotels are hardly able to accommo-
. date the crowd that will come. If
you can take a few say so.
Keep ’em out
A San Antonio saloon man loses
his Hqeuse for keeping open on
8unday, and it was in the Alamo
City that only recently they were
having the state rangers sent to
enforce the law. What a change,
my countrymen!—Terrell Tran*
Anybody would do anything, even
to closing oa Sunday, to keep
rangers out of a respectable town.*
San Antonio Light,
Even observe tbe laws of the
A full Explanation.
A physician <r here was in a
reminiscent mood the other day
and told jome stories of his practice
in years past. He said that on
one occasion he was called to see a
negro who had been shot through
the arm just above the wrist, a
bullet oi large caliber making an
ugly wound. He asked the negro
wbat he had done to the negro who
shot him. 4tNot a thing, boss,”
be answered solemnly. ‘‘Now,
Sam, you know that negro ae\er
took his pistol and shot you jnst to
be shooting,” said the doctor.
‘‘Well, sub,” the negro said, ‘‘I
didn’t do a thing to him. I saw
him and another nigger quarrelin’
over which one was goin* to dance
wid Miss Susie Johnsing, so I
thought I would settle dat spate by
goin’over and dancin’ wid her my*
I?you are rick, yon wish to get well, don’t yont
Of course you do. You wish to>e rid of the pain and
misery, and be happy agaiiL §-
if vour illness is caused by female trouble, you R
can quickly get the right remedy to get well. It’sB
CarduL This great medicine, for women, has re-
lieved or cured thousands of ladies, suffering like
you from some female trouble.
seif. So I jest walked over and
told her we’d dance that set
together and we walked out to get
In the set, and dat nigger said,
‘‘You —^—, if you don’t
bring that ooman back here I’ll
kill yon,” but I jest laffod and went
on and he pulled bis guu and shot
right there in the room.”
furnished Rooms Wanted.
Newly married couple wants two
or three fbrnished rooms with board
or lor light houskeeping. Tele-
phone Record office.
The first games oi the nevy series
were bowled Satmday night.
.The honors were about even
the Dornblnths , winning the
second game by a big ma-
jority and tbe Grunders taken
two games. Dornblnth made some
high scores and is hard to hold
down. A game of cocked hat was
played after the series and was
fought close, the -Dornblnths win-
ning ont by i pina. Tbe next
bowling will be Friday, Oct. 15,
Instead of Saturday on account ol
the Girl from Chili attraction at
tbe opera house.
Following is the score:
Dornblnth .. 206 205 196—577
Reiffert..... 159 143 ,36—437
Flick----... 148 145 139—432
Kleinecke... 121 185 120—426
Lewrigbt ... 142 137 142—42*
Good Tax Collections.
Collector Stell reports good tax
collections in the Stiatton, Terry-
ville, Hochbeitn Prairie and Yoa-
kum sections tbe past week. Some
seventy paid poll taxes aqYoaknm,
but many held back at that place
because he intended to go back
there in December. Many mer-
chants held back for that time.
1000 Watches free.
THEY ALL DEMAND IT.
Cuero, Like Every City and Town
in the Union Receives It.
Hn. Fannie BHia, of Foster, Ark., suffered agony far men
yean. Bead her letter about CarduL She writes: “I was sick for
•even yean with female trouble. Every month I would very nearly
die wife my aaad and tack. I took 12 bottles of Caidui and was
cored. Cardai is a God-eend to suffering women."’ Tiy ft
AT ALL DRUG STORES
Grimes .... 164
People with kidney ills warit tc>
be qpred. When one suffers tbe
toitares of an aching back, reliei is
eagerly sought for. There are
many remedies today that relieve
but do not cure. Here is evidence
to prove that Doan’s Kidpey Pills
cure and tbe cure is lasting:
Texas, says: ‘‘For years I was a
victim of bladder trouble which
finally became so severe that I was
forced to undergo an operation.
This was unsuccessful and I soon
found myself as bad off as before
When suffering in this way 1
learned of Doan's Kidney Pilh
and getting a box at the Cnero
Drag Co. I began using them.
The prompt relief I received was
gratifying. I feel that 1 should
recommend Doan’s Kidney Pills
to other persons affl cted with kid-
ney and bladder complaint.”
j For sale by all dealers. Price
50 cents. Foster-MIlham Co.,
Buffalo, New York, sole agents loi
tbe United States.
Remember the name--Doan's -
and take no other.
The Weekly Commercial gives a
small, regular 12 size, thin model,
nickel finish, watch for a club of
only twenty, three months’ new
trial subscriptions at 10 cents each,
$2.00, the amount collected to be
remitted with the 20 names. Each
trial subscription mnst be new, not
now taking tbe Weekly and only
one to a family. Tbe watch is fully
guaranteed, nice enough for any
ooe to wear, a good timekeeper
and cannot be purchased from any
jeweler for less than two dollars.
Drop us a postal card for sample
copies aud blanks,
The Commercial Appeal,
t Memphis, Tenn.
Cabbage and Cauliflower Plants
Nice let of cauliflower and cat
bage plants for sale. Will have
Creole, white Bermudas and chry$-
ral wax onion plants for sale alter
November 1. Will also have
lettuce and beet plants. .Phone 206.
R. J. Friedrichs, Cuero
Bulbs. Flowering Bulbs, we
will have A complete assortment ol
these in a few days.' J. R. Nagel
Residence For Sale.
A good six-room residence for
sale on the south side, one block
from railroad. See the Record.
Cotton not Changed.
Just received another shipment
of Grlmble hats in crushers, Lon-
don smoke, dark blue, etc.
There was very little cottotf In
today, selling about as It did Sat-
urday, around $4.50 in the seed.
The receipts will be lighter from
It aboald be ft fit reprvMBtathrv ol jom
win Mi, which mooni tbo high grada, ar-
Artie triad. Thau the Mad wo do.
AH EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT
or TYPE, GOOD PRESSES AMD
Wo kind ol printing (hot wUI ptoow jmm.
Aw hwertohla rrft at this
T*o California Points and
' Northwcsti at
Greatly Reduced Rates
THEG.H. &S.A. RY....
On rale Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, ’09.
See G. H. St S. A. Railway
agents tor particulars. * '
C. K. fiDNLAP, TrVftle Mgr. Hintii. Tu
T. J. Attain, 6. P, A„ iMitM, TO.
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The Cuero Daily Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 85, Ed. 1 Monday, October 11, 1909, newspaper, October 11, 1909; Cuero, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth920806/m1/3/: accessed December 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.