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Shiner gazette. [volume] (Shiner, Tex.) 1893-current, September 09, 1903, Image 4

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THE GAZETTE
PUDLIBIIKD FVI5BY WEDNESDAY BV
J 0 IIABERMAOHEU
On
BUBBOMIPTION KATE8
Your postpaid
100
Hntnrert at tlio Shiner Toxas Jfost
oflloo as secondclass rnattor
Wednesday 3iH > t O 1003
If you want your town to come
to the front get together and pall
together
The railroad commission Is hard
at work on express rates and thero
< i no doubt but they will be great
ly reduced c
Capt Peary has been granted a
three years leave of absence and
will make another effort to reach
the north polo
Iv Colonel JankhofF tho leader of
the Macedonian insurgents is
caught by the Turks He will have
his head yanked off
A rAKTY of exiled nuns passed
through Houston last week en
route to St Edwards College at
Austin They were from France
Special detectives have been de
tailed to guard tho American lega
tion at Constantinople but the do
p irlment doea not fear any further
tioublo
When tho Galveston News
spreads itself on the big Sept 1st
tdilion all tho othor big Texas
dailies stand aside and gaze in ad
miration
King Peter of Servia is said to
h ivo threatened to abdicato twice
in ten days If het waits much
Oou warships thVBrooklyn a nd
Sin Francisco have arrived at Bei
rut but it is not thought they will
remain long Thoy should be on
their guard while in Turkish wa
tersfor the fateof the Maine may
overtake them
A man who has stood up under
the fire of tho antiimperialist bo
cieties afl long as Gov Taft ought
to be qualified to make a courage
ous secretary of war Galveston
Tr lbune
Ho will from a republican point
of view
The foreign consuls at ConBtan
finoploaro between two fires the
insurgents and tho Turks are both
afiw thorn The insurgents want
to btitig about the interferenco of
the powers and the Tnrks hate
thiui on general principles Be
tween the two tho consuls are in
ratbei a tight place
Tun demooratB are badly split up
ovei theehoicoofa leader in tho
presidentul campaign of 1904
They need not he alarmed there is
plenty of time tho hour will fur
nish the man In 1800 when
Bryan was first nominated ho w b
not thought of until tbe nominating
convention was held Let us not
be too hasty but ubs Davy Crock
etts advicp Bo sure you are right
thtn go ahead
Tin situation in the Balkftna has
readied the acute etnge and w ar ii
in sight A council of war hnE
be = n held in Constantinople and
an ultimatum ia about to ho Bent U
jSnliiria Turkey is reported n
havi 1 K 000 men under arms and
is about to erots the Bulgarian
frontier Rtisia and ustria ur
leKh to iiitefinB and it is sair
England Will be with hem All
settlement that p < rmitn the Turk I
remain in Eurcpe will ba in vain
A MAM by tht > name of Weilbren
net endeavored to force bin way in
to tho homo of President Kooee
velt at Sagamnro Hill last WedneH
day night Ho claimed tbat ho
had an appointment with with the
President and wished to marry bis
daughter Miss Alice Ho was ar
rested and lockod up A loaded
od revolver was takon from him
Ho was examined by a physician
und declared to be iriBane
Some eti ong power should take
the Turk by tho back of tho neck
and toes him over into Asia and
eeethat he Btuys there Galveston
Tribune
The malignant and Unbailed
Turk would have boon relegated to
Asia long since were it not lor the
jealousies of the Christian powers
They alone are to blamp
It is claimed that nothing short
ofamitacle will prevent war be
tween Bulgaria and Turkey Ilcan
also be said nothing short of a mir
acle ought to prevent it The con
dition preVailing in that confer of
the world is a disgrace to civiliza
tion It will not be different until
the Turk is cleaned out Gonzales
Inquirer
Reports of outrages fights in
which laige numbers are killed
and burning of whole villages come
in from various points iu the Bal
kans also news of new iusurreo
lions Three American warships
have been ordered to Bierut to look
after Ameiican interests
Judd Lewis phiz in the Septem
ber issue of the Western Publisher
is very fetching A prominent
young lady of Shiner bocame so
smitten with it that she cut it from
tho book mounted it on cardboard
and gave it a prominent position in
the parlor
Homo ant roTelgn dvertising
If ou rmme m rcliarilB
advertise their gocdas properly the
large supply bouses would find
their trade lulling off in tho country
districts The big department
stores udvertiee and give prices on
every article while tho 1 ome pier
chant if bu fidvertises at all seldom
quotes pricex We like lo mid in
our home papers the prices for
which we can buy goods fiom our
home dealer together with a de
Bcription of the goods so that we
may know what we can purchase
from our homo Btores The homo
merchant nine times in ten sells
his goods as cheap as the same
grade of goods aro sold by any of
the big Bupply houses but their
customers dont know it A mer
chant must not think that even his
best customers are so familiar with
his goods and prices that be knows
all about it without being informed
Wo can Duy as cheap at home as
we can anywhere and it is the mer
chants duty to educate his custom
ers to that belief Printers ink is
the great business educator West
ern Publisher
Ooe on the Prohibitionists
An exchango says we are all poor
critters Not long ago a prominent
merchant in a neighboring town
leceived d letter from a large dis
tilling firm asking for a list of
names of citizens who might be in
terested in tbe literature issued by
the firm setting forth the merits of
a new brand of wbisky and prom
feiiig him a commission on all
sales The merchant being some
wbiH of a joker himself sat down
and made out a list of the promin
ent prohibitionists of tho place and
forwarded it He forgot all about
iho matter until about a month
later when it ras called to his at
temlon by n letttr tiotn the distil
lers enclosing a draft nf tlb 50 WIb
hanks for lint wluoli hud been
found pecuhuii renumerative
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iJUST RECEIVED
MissIdo M Snyder
TreoHurir of lie
Brooklyn Laat Eucl ArtCInb
If women would pay more attention to
their health we would have more happy
wive motheri and daughter and If they
would observe results they would Ind
that the doctors prescriptions do not
perform the many cures they are given
credit for
In consulting with my druggist he ad
vised McElrees Wine of Cardul and Thed
fords DIackOraught and so I took It and
have every reason to thank him for a new
life opened upio me with restored health
and it only took three months to cure me
Wine bf Cardijl is a regulator of the
menstrual function and is a zuOst as
tonishing tonic fo vonlen It curoi
scanty BupprcsBod toofrequent irreg
ular andjiainful iiienstruation falling
lhojvomV wMte
o n < o < UjigaJtl
13 helpful When approaching woman
hoodrduring pregnancy otter child
birth and in ctnngo or life It fre
quently brlpga a dear baby to homes
that have been barren for years All E
druggists have 100 bottles of Wino
of Cnrdui
Por the Truok Grower
Instead of planting cotton only
for a Bale crop year after year J
would be better sometimes to planl
a large crop of Iri h potatoes oi
sweet potatoes for there maybo a
great leal moro profit in these than
in cptton Thev writer knows n
small farmer with forty acres un
der fence who left cotton off his list
onq year audrplanted eight acres oi
sweet potatoes and his neighbor
wondered at his folly Dining the
month of November be sold 1700
bushels of potatoes to wholesale
dealer at 75 cents per bushel cash
about cightjimea as niuch as he
would have recejfed from the Bame
ground pjnntedsin cotton Tin
next j ear he pjaqted six acres ot
Irish potatoe8 and fold the crop for
more than ha gotfor tjie sweet
Farm and Ranch
Deatn of Willlani jLneke at Moulton
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Moulton TexaB September 3
Mr William Lueke aged OS jeais
died this mornliigjC Ho loaves e
wife and ecven children threi
girls and fonr boys Mr Lueke
came to thia cojihfry from Ger
many when 8 > pars phi He waB
an exCopfedgrate ond has lived in
Lavaca county twentytwo years
He died of congestion of the liver
> wus sicfc only two days will be
buried at BaursviJltj tomorrow
morning
Miss Mary Martin accorapaniod
by her mother Mrs J E Martin
went to San Antonio last friday
> heri Miss Maj y jvjll enter the
Mtthodist collpcpiiir joing ladiep
NEW RESTAURANT
AT
THE OPERA HOUSE SALOON
When von want a Good Lunoh wo
villi be Bind to eeivo jou ut any hour
of thjj day
Fish and Oysters In Season
OPERA HOUSE RERTAURANT
Shiner Texas
You Know What You Are Taking
When you take Groves Tasteless
Chill Tonic because the formula is
plainly printed onevery bottle
showing that it is simply Iron and
Quinine in a tasteless form No
Cure No Pay gOc
Mr Ed Bailey of Nickel waB in
the city last Saturday and reported
tho serious illnesi of tbe little four
year old child of XM J K Quebe
deaux The GAzkttr hopes the
little one may bavu a speedy re 1
covery
The best preventative of bad
luck iab good manligementonX > a
firm or elsew hereiHavent you
IropB some ontffiiriii8R Virlioi
goiid crops Go and talk with that
man and learn how lie did it and
do likewise Farm and Ranch
Severns
Heart
Tonic
quicbjjr over1
comes all heart i
affectionsdropsy
palpitation im
perfect circula
tion fainting
spells and tones
up the whole sys
tem Price 1
Severas
Female
Regulator
overcomcs all
menstrual disor
ders and conges
tion promotes
the healthy acti
f vity of the or
9 gans and counter
w acts all troubles
Sf < incident to preg
nancy childbirth
and change of
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1 A cafflioad of the Celebrated White Elephant Buggies
2 Hacks gurries Runabouts and Backboards Manufactured by
The Reiiable John Deere Plow Company
if in lieed of a good vehicle which is guaranteed
I to give satisfaction call and inspect our stock
We are also selling the Mllburn Wagon This is one of the best and lightest
made 0 SLog of General Merchandise is
8 runningwagons at always Complete
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Oard of Thanks
Tho Ladies Cemetery Associa
tion de ire to thank the Knights of
Pythias Lodge for their donation
of 1000 to the cemelen fund
Mits C B Wemiausen
Seoretary
Opening of Convent School
Tho Gazltte is requested by the
Mother Superior to annoilnca that
the Convent School will open on
Monday Sept 14th 190S
To Oure a Gold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinino Tab
lets All diuggists refund the money
if it fails to euro E W GroveB
signature ib on each box 25c
Tho Gazette acknowledges tho
receipt of a Benson ticket to tho
Texas Stato Fair at Dallas Sept
2Gth to Oct lltli This fair prom
ises tofbo greater than evcr ifand
Dallas will put forthilier best ef
forts to make it a success
J IiUtrdjM id fjSmiUville
returned homo lastjTh urpday after
a pleasant visit to ber mother Mrs
Games and sister aiid brother
Mrc CC Ward and S A Carnes
Sevens
Stomach
i promote the
secretions of
the stomach
aid diges
tion stimu
late the
organs
increase
the appetite
overcome
weakness
and invigo
rate the
whole
system
SOc and 100
Seyeras
Soothing
Drops
1 bringcomfortand
natural sleep to
1 children Coun
teract pain colic
and cramps over
come all spasms
and fever and re
gulate the diges
i tionPrice 25c
t
Severas
Wafers
1 for Hadaclie
and Neuralgia
quickly and per
1 manently cure all
1 forms of headache
1
and neuralgia
J menstrual pains ss
and allay all fe
vers Ilave no in
jurious effect up
on the circulation
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