The Cuero Daily Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 85, Ed. 1 Monday, October 11, 1909 Page: 4 of 4
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To Rid a House of Flies.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
We'd like to show you
what you can do with $20
to $40 when you let
£<f. V. frice Co«>
That doc* not disappoint the patient; that doea its
work quickly and thoroughly.
of Chicago, take charge of
We'd like the.privilege of
fitting a suit ov«r you—not
We’d like to have you come
in io4ay and select yow fa-
vored piece from the Price
line of elegant Fall and
Winter woolens, and have us
take yota* measure.
Conveys a healing and strengthening influence to the
diseased organs. Restores activity in the stomach,
liver and bowels. Drives out unhealthy conditions
and builds up anew the body that ha3 been weak-
ened by disease.
Oct tbeOenetoe with the Flrore “3” hi Red oa Free* Label.
Miss Mary Kent was ap from
Rjdna to spend Saturday and San’-
day with home iolk.
The Record’s circulation Is large*
For a nice smooth, shave, satis-
factory hslr cot, shampoo or mas-
sage visit the Palace Barber Shop,-
the former Reyes place.
Judge and Mrs. R. Kleberg oi
Austin returned home yesterday
alter a visit to relatives here.
Heating stoves from fii.oo to
fir8.oe* Most complete line io
Cuero. J. R. Nagel Hardware Co.
Mr*. W. McCoy went to Fiores-
vflle yesterday afternoon to attend
flfe funeral of a little grandniece,
fafco died Saturday night.
Mr. aid Mrs. Sam Harper were
down from Yoakum to spend Sun-
day, returning home at noon today.
^ Garland. The world’* best
stoves. A full line at J. R. Nagel
A. F. Dietze has sent hfa fine
young bird dog btck to his trainer
to take a post graduate course of
two weeks before tke seaosn opens.
The tidies Aid Society of the
Episcopal church will hold a Rum-
mage Sale in the building next to
it with ns, we will find yon a renter, sale. Bred for butter fat
We have c*Us for rent houses every, ttits gpd gentleness. Each
day and con not snppty the de- bine blood beauty. Melrose
aand. Howerton A Co. Farm, Caero, Texas, R. F
List of letters remaining uncalled
for in the Cuero postoffice for the
week ending Oct. 2, 1909.
J. C. Adams, Jas. W. Baker,
Ed Ferner, Joseph Graham, Sallie
Houston, Clarence Hardiway, Dan
Hubbard, Revena Jones, Mrs.Julia
Jackson, Mrs. Fannie Johnson,
Isaac Kibbe, Mrs. C. A. Mangbam,
Miss Ludie P. Leson, Miss Deleria
Reeves, ' G. W. Randall, H. D.
Taylor Lbr. Co., Joe:;Walker,
Charlie Williams, Miss Emma
Wilson, Mrs. Maggie Whittenton.
Gregoria Farias, David Florsa,
Per undo Garcia (3), Andres E.
Garcia, Rsiguio Garza, Gndalnpe
De la Rosa, Gregoria Ybarra,
When calling for the above let-
ters, please say '’Advertised.”
B. P. Butler, Postmaster.
Draugkofi gives contracts, backed by chain of 30 Colleges.
$300,000 capital, and 20 years' success, to secure positions,
under reasonable condition* or refund tuition.
will attract the moths into the
sphere of influence of a vacuum
tan. After that, nothing remains
to be said concerning the moths.
"The common fl/ is much less
sensitive to light than the moth;
nevertheless, he fa sufficiently pho-
totropic to be vulnerable on that
aide. Every housekeeper has no-
ticed that on certain cloudy days
her files collect on the screens and
window panes as If tkey wore try-
ing to get oat. It fa a good plan
to let them. The dim filnmfnation
inside the house has made them
uncommonly ‘ sensitive to light,
while outside the light fa not so
bright that their phototropism be-
'Til fact, one can usually, after
a little experience, no matter what
the weather, clear a room of flies
by the obvious device of opening
the window and letting them fly
BOOKKEEPING; Dranghoo’s competitor*, by not ac-
cepting his proposition, concede that be teaches more book-
keepicg in THREE months than they do in SIX.
tke Postoffice .on Saturday/Oct. 16.
Upon must sell see us perhaps
wte can help yon out.
Howerton A Co.
C. T. Bchwab and family are oc-
cupying tke Dfetze old home,
SHORTHAND: 75 P« cent of the United State* Court
Reporters write the system of Shorthand Drang hon teaches
because they know it fa THE BEST.
FOR FREE CATALOGUE tttd kWklet ”WI* Learn
Telegraphy?” which explains elf, calf bn or write fwo. F.
While their home is undergoing al-
terations that will make it one o
the prettiest homes in the city.
phriinrm. spells of blindness,
hpmianhr and sour«stomach are
Dallas, El Pa ho, Pt. Worth,'.Waco, Austin
Galveston, Dttafaou, Oklahoma City, Kaui
vllle or Washington, D. C.
afby torpid Uver and consti-
pated bowels. Prickly Ash Bitters
ripoTtl the cause of the trouble
tp| puts the system in periect
mpder. Heaton Bras, special agents.
Watch our show windows for
special bargains every Saturday.
It will pay yon. J. R. Nagel
Rev. Walter McKinney reports
a fine crowd at services at Cabeta
yesterday, and that hfe closed np
A Lot in North Cuem.
Who w^nts a lot in North Cnero
near A. V. Martindale's for $110?
$20 cash balance at $2.50 or $5 per
ileautfuily i.!iu*ir&tsd —Tin*.!/ !
Article* — Readable Stories, j
Read Jack London’* Vivid and 1
interi-itmg Story Nov Rornin'; 7
i Serially). Ar’.iclr* -!*ch ruontk
l describing tH«-resource* *ad j1
A opportunity* L> bo found at
ic th>p W*»L y
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his year's work at that place in
gokdahape. He will start to con-
ference at Uvalde about Oct. 23.
For 8ale—A few Jersey cows
freak In milk. Also two young
registered Jersey bulls.
The household question—the
insistent question everywhere
—the question which is oftener
in human minds than any other
much intonated m a atw fabric
/on haw on the ihdvw as they are
in any home happening. Your stow
tcwi and aoouncements fa these
columns will reach a Urge circle of
et^r buyers. This wifi suable you
U you are * busiwme mum,
did you ever think al dm fiefa
e# opportunity that mduamfa-
fag opeae to you? There fa
almost ao bout to As pom
biiicies of your busfoeee if yov
•tody how to turn trade into
your store. If von are not get
tfag vo«r share of the burinsss
of your community thsrjs *
rvojvfk People go where they
asu attracted—where they
kmm what they eaa get aw*
fav muck k fa told far. If
you mafae direct Watenmats fa
What will it
Where to get to best advant-
age—when—can it be “af-
forded”—all of these questions,
and many mote* cluster around
the main one—“What will it
It is the question of questions,
and it is the question that gives
to the ads half of their impor-
tance. No one, unless an ad
reader, ever knows much about
the answer to it.
rut. ► a0~ic
Fml -vd. Orffc.
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to sell your goods while they
new and fwsh and you will
nave to sacrifice later at ran
Tountrr price* Think it ewer.
We have for rent the handsome
home of Mrs. Halla Atkinson In
north Cuero. For farther particu-
lars see Howerton A Co.
County Court Jurors.
W. I. Anderson, B. Addicks,
H. G. Brown, C. M. Bates, H.
Bohne, Jr., Jno. Boehl, Fred
Blnhm, G. Brand, E. W. Bnske,
J. W. Caldwell, W. P. Dow,
Blake Alexander, J. L. Dubose,
D. M.“Dawson, Wm. Diebel, J. M.
Eubank, P. E. Edgar, Lee Fudge.
R. W. Anderson, Gus Albrecht,
Anton Atzenhoier, Paul Arnold,
R. H. Barnes, Wm. Brightwell.
Louis J. Bauer, Anton Bock, Aug.
Barth, Hy. Bues, Jr., J. F. Card,
J. A. Crawford, Otto Oahme, Wm.
Davis, D. M. Dickinson, Albert
Duderstadt, J- M. Elder, R. J.
A good Columbus ranch-buggy,
in service only two weeks,together
wkk set of double harness.
We Ask You
to take Cardui, for poor female
troubles, because we are sure it
will help you. Remember that
this great female remedy—
It's ALWAYS hard to make a
store "go” if the advertising cam-
paign fa based on your fears in-
stead of upon your hopes.
If there4 a special advantage to
yon in buying It MOW, the ada
wifi tell you why
Record. Si ta idnsca
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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/m1/4/: accessed January 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.