The Cuero Daily Record. (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 92, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 8, 1901 Page: 2 of 4
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P* ^ Beaumont Texas gy ^ & ■
STOCK, s x $150,0
Fully Paid Up and Non-Assessable. Par Value, $1.00 Per Share.
—• ' » OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND STOCKHOLDERS
T. S. HUTTON, Ft Worth, f
GrEO. W. West, 1st \ ice-President; one of the largest cattlemen
F. C. RHEA, 2nd \ ice-President; Live Stock Agent Missouri
W. WILLEFORD, Treasurer; Cashier 1st National Bank
J. W. WOODSON, Secretary, Beaumont, Texas.
E. A. Amirn, Flatonia, Texas, Merchant. Hon.
Green Davidson, San Antonio, Texas, Cattleman. John
Louis Chittim, Sam Antonio, Texas, Cattleman. G. P.
J. A. Hillaman, Giddings, Texas, Lumberman. T. T.
Hon. J. 1*. Wolters, LaGrange, Texas. S. A.
H. M. Finch, Austin, Texas, Texas Representative for Simmons Hardware C
President; of Strathorn-Hutton-Evans Com. Co. Kansas City, St.
i in Southwest Texas.
Kansas and Texas Railroad
We the undersigned stockholders of this
company bind ourselves on our own personal
responsibility, to guarantee to those purchas*
ing shares in this company, that the treasury
stock of this corporation will be applied to bqr-
ing a well on the property of the company, and
further agree to put this well down to a depth
of 1200 feet, if necessary.
If this agreement is not carried out in full
and to the letter, we will refund every dollar
paid in by the purchasers of shares in this
T. S. HUTTON,
GEO. W. WEST,
F. C. RHEA,
T. T. McCOMMON,
Wepwn a perfect title to twenty acres of land in the C. Williams survey
the Gushers and in a direct line with Sour Lake and the Corsicana Oil Fields
of oil to be given to anyone. For the purpose of boring a well we will
LIMITED AMOUNT OF OUR TREASURY STOCK
draw or advance all stock without further notice.
WE HAVE A SOLID COMPANY AND MEAN BUSINESS.
Are we going to bore a well? YES SIR Listen, this is straight from
satisfy any reasonable man.
,,Jharehold#rs are o^ers of all land and assets of this company. Giv,
WILL PROTECT YOUR INTERESTS AND SEE THAT YOU GET FAIR
make you BIG M0NE1 if things come our way. ^REMEMBER THE BEIST
PLEDGE THEMSELVES TO BORE A WELL and at once, on this prope.
longs to the shareholders and is already worth double what it cost us a short
for less than twenty shares of this treasury stock will be issued.
Address all communications for stnoV
Blank Applications for Stock in this Company can be had at the RECORD OFFICE
What Love la,
when he saw the prices that we
were' selling oar superior build- 3
ing lumber, mb, doors and ^
blinds at after purchasing else-
where. We will not allow 3
anjone to beat us on prices. 3
quality considered, nor allow
anyone to beat us on quality.
11 present one. The small portions
I the early is pretty well all chop-
i ped out, but is badly set back by
the cotton lice, which is caused by
the continuous cold weather and
nights. The late planting is rather
young for chopping and a great
deal of it rather a poor stand. Corn
looks fairly well but would ad-
vance faster with a good rain,
which we failed to get.
If we can’t get an oil well it
.looks as if the chances were slim
for a boom.
Dr. Lackey was here yesterday
to examine a case of a Mexican
boy, which he pronounced a case
of smallpox in a mild form. Let it*
be ever so mild, we prefer it be>\nv i
WE KEEP THE BEST 5
and it is well seasoned, kiln 3
dried and choice in every par- ^
[TRADE MARK REGISTERED.]
...THE IDEAL SPRING MEDICINE...
Corrects the Stomach, Stimulates the Liver. Aids
A Well Known Blood Purifier
Purely vejjeta le. Nature’s own remedy1 of
herbs and root.-. Contains no mineral poisons to
irritate the stomach.
Price 25c at All Druggists.
CAUTION—’ * ^ckage genuine without Grand-
ma’s picture - r, ,ve.
A Peculiar Accident
I J. W. Davis & Co. i
Belton, Mo., July K.
fill1w*nk °°d 1 “id trT ll-
Last month I did not have s pain, and did
•-I work, which 1 had not dono in seven
MM MIJflfTE LITTLE.
Notice to Parents.
Parents having children S to 17
years of age will confer a fafc>r on
the enumerator, XL P. Melton, by
leaving their nafnes and ages at
his store near the pos<tofiice. If they
do not intend to send their children
to the public school they should
at least* help the poor children to
get as big prorata ,as possible. This
can only be done by getting every
scholastic child enumerated.
insx w rasnjema admires. A mqdest woman is the most pleasing of all
things. Because of this becoming virtue thousands of women
Pf ,r ,to su*[cr untold miseries rather than confide their troubles to a
physician, and to even think of submitting to an examination is revolt-
their own consent to an operation. Wine of Cardul
permits sensitive women to retain their modesty. With «they can cure
female troubles in the quiet of their own rooms. If special treatment
SjSrSS*? wr“*.,«*h' AdvSory r*p»rtm«rt of the ChMt^
their letters will be promutlv answered bv
A Liberal *
Your Accounts Solicited
Large or Small.
From all Points
boll weevil are plentiful on leaves!
of sprouts from old last year stalks. I
UMfr AtvueiT HitinuT,
-N. U. Arnold passed through
Cuero today en route to Hallets-
' ill^* Mr- Arnold tells us they
have had no rain in Goliad, Edna
or in that section, but reports heavy
rains in the upper country.
Urities. There should be no hesita-
tion, Delayed treatment means 1
chronic condition. The longei
postponed the harder to cure.
Had you noticed the ad of the
Cattlemen’s Consolidated Oil Co.
in this issue. Their guarantee to
bore a well is straight talk. Read it. |
K WINE OF CARDUIA
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Wood, H. G. The Cuero Daily Record. (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 92, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 8, 1901, newspaper, May 8, 1901; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth921309/m1/2/: accessed January 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.