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Shiner gazette. [volume] (Shiner, Tex.) 1893-current, June 08, 1904, Image 1

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Did You Ever Sea a House Fly
We have anl lota of em To keep
Ihem out and avoid Ire pest come < nd get
Screen Doors and Window Screens
For we have cheap ones as well pa tho
best A now lotjust hipall sizes
I8el Ice
Fiom now on and until other
wise notified I will sell ics strictly
at one cent per pound No Ice de
livered after 8 oclock a m and no
less quantity than 10 cts worth
The San Antonio Mexican charg
ed with minder and arrested and
brought to tow n in an auto is said
to have been highly delighted He
doubtless feels that the ride in the
auto waB worth it Houatnn Post
Looks like ho auto Nordheirn
lie was doubtless quito mobile
during llio trip
> SbcrwlnWllltomt Paints Cow tht Earth JHfShrmlnWllUami Palntt Covtr tht Ctrti
ob Bossier
The startling ticns was lecehed
In the city last Saturday ovening
that Mr Jacob Bossier a farmer
living about three mileH from Shi
ner had committed suicide by
bhooting hiinsolf Judge Tampke
left fttonce foriliasceneio bold ar
inquest It Jyas foundlhatduHng
tha temporary absence in Slihier of
his wife Mr Bossier who was
nlone in the house procured an
Enfield rifle tied a string to tho
trigger sat on the side of the bed
and placing the muzzle of tho rifle
to his car pulled thd Btring nnd
blew his brains out He waa dis
covered lying on the bed dead by
liis wife on her return from town
Mr Bossier bad beeil in bad health
for some time and had repeatedly
threatened to kill himself His
remains wero laid to rest last Sun
day in the city cemetery
County Court
County court meela on the first
Monday fn June Following la
the jury
Jiiq Holuboc Jr Jos Altiiinger
V C Patterson W C House
Tom McKay Fr Chovanetz
O W Miller Ben Brod
R B Leggett Eftil Jalufka
L Mertz Jr Clius Timm
EJ Mooiet Aug Miller
S L Granberry C L Ncuhaus
Joe Madia Frank Appelt
Woo Grimes E O Meitzen
Ilud Pruiee l > Garbado
Chas Mu ecko Hy Garner
Drllllng at Muldoan
The jatcst reportfi frmn the Mul
iloon oil field nru ttjjtho effect that
the drillers have reached a depth of
about J200 feel JBio last 100 feet
me considered tliattciofit encourag
ing co far drillcjl During the
drilling of lllis wejBnoles s than fif
teen stratus of olyghds have been
encountered ihoujpi in none of
them waa oil laumffii paying quan
tities The protniStra are very
hopeful of ultimata tmcceea and
the Inquirer truajiimhiit they will
not bs diBappqifited Gonzales
Inquirer jj
Hotioe to Candidates
All candidates for county and
precinct offices arojshereby notified
Ihoy tnust so adviajgW It Mc
i Cutchan cbairmaqrof mass meet
ing in order to procure their names
on the official ballot
be attended to at once so
i his must
j pro rata of oxnensS for holding
said piiuiary election July 2nd can
be correctly ascertained
V It McXuioiian
Chair Mass Meeting
Mrs Kern an aged lady of Fla
tonio and grandmother of Con
gressman J3urgc6S tt lying criti
cally ill at the homffiof her daugh
ter Mrs Wesson im
TU StmulrWlltamt PoloU Cow < fart T ShtrwlnWMiamt Point Cow Ui fort
Cash Store Arguments
We liavo the largest and most complete stock of Dry Goods Shoes and Furnishing
Goods that wo Ifave ever hadfor spring and summer eeasori Havingbought all our staple
cotton goods before the advance We can give you lower prices on cotton goodsthan any other
house in Shiner
We Want IFoxx to Fiait Our Store
Look over our stock pricooqr gomhvand if our prices
arenot as low as you can buy elsewhere we do not ex
pect you to buy
Ladies allpperivfrnm 1 tn 3
Ladies hIioch from H to 88
Childrens shoes from 46c to 150
Postmaster J W Crouch made a
trip to Cuero tho first nf the weak
Louis JaiiPfpn of Shiner was in
the city Wednesday oil businoBf
John Krueger Fold bin farm to
Frank Kolar the price paid was
43 per acre
Mm C M Kolzebue and daugh
Mens shoes from 98c to 4
Boya shoes from 98c to 2
Evervpair warranted
Furnishing Goods
Ladies vests in all sizes from 5c to 45c
Cotton checks from 5c to 10c
Domestic from 5c up to 10c
iftnsdato domestic 10 ydB for 81
Mens shirts from 25c up to 150
Mens undershirts to fit any man in the
county Largo or small from 2oc to 50c
Mens pants from 50c to + 5
Bgys knee pants from 15c up to 1
Poth DryGoods Company
One Price Spot Gash Store
Next Door to Postof iice
ter Mrs A H Koch > returned
from Yoakum Tuesday
Mrs Edmund JaeggH and little
bahy > arrived in the city Sunday to
visit with relatives
D Lookmanu the furniture deal
er made a business
Mias Alma Gran
teach ere at tho lost
trip to
Shiner Texas
ing the summer at Beltville
Leelie Hull the ball twirler is
with the Moulton team Moulton
has a crack team this season and is
ready for business
Oswald Buescher and Charles
ShinerLuecko left Saturday night for
jLouiftvllle Kentucky whence they
illo one of tho I will go to St LouiR to see tho
hute Is epeud sights ol tho Worlds Fair
NO 50
We JL9
TTnnrlniinrfova For FirstClass Lour Lent Pino and Cy 1
JUrtUtjUcU WIS e33 Lumber Hulldeis Hurawuiu Wuu j
keganand Glidden limb Wire Hay Wile Mountain Cedar
Oak and Mesqtiit Posts Old Hickory Tennesseoatid Stude i
baker Wagons Buggies and Carriages of all Styles j
In fact Anything You Want
Shiner Texas
+ M1 + + + < > + +
A Fete Champetre
On last Fr dny June 3rd Mr and
Mrs H A WoodB treated their
litany friends to a barbecue in hon
or of tlieir guest Mr Willis Yorst
of San Antonio
Never hi the bietory of our littja
ctyy was there a picnloeo enjoyable
iilaallHPDeiandtthejIriehds oCaM n
i tmvs inf
indebted to them for one of the
plensuntest days of their lives
The pluco selected was on Mr
Woods ranch about three miles
from town under the cool
shade trees that fringe tho bank
of Pontons creek Everything fqr
the convenience of the guestB bad
been provided There were bam
mocks which invited one trt rest
swings that dropped Yrom the
branching treea and seats arranged
in cozy places The dinner iv s
pronounced as the climax to every
thing It was like a feast for tits
gods The barbecued meats would
have been a credit to a royal table
nnd the other delicacies could not
have been exceeded by any ban
quet ball
Mr Woods was charmingly as
sisted in entertaining his friend
by Mrs Woods whose sweet soli
citude for the pleasure of every ons
on the grounds waa praiaed by ail
who attended Besides those who
spent the day an additional crowd
came out in the evening to partake
of u cupper and the generous hos
pitality of Mr and Mrs Wood
Those who were present during tho
day as follows
Mr and Mrs H A Woods Mr
and Mis Joe Hughes Mesdamea
Ciillie Fry Julia Green Houston
of Floresville Sarah Hughes Dort
Thornton Lou Martin Julia Flatn
M L Wilkm Henrie Youngs J
C Habetmacher Geo Wnrrenfel
MiHses Selma Miller Clco Dickson
May Hughes Tommio Thornton
JenMe Thointon Liggio Thornton
Ethel Burkett Edna Burkett
Sophie Ampler Adele Hclenkamp
Selma Jtingbecker Mary Martin
Johnnie Euson Clara Uhuican Idi
Uhuman Molllo Hlllman Erami
Hillman and Mamie Welhausen
and Messrs Willis Yorst Bay
Dickson Manie Patterson B Rea
gor and Blf hop Blako
Last Thursday waa a big day in
Sliumr It was a Catholio holiday
Corpus Chrlstl day There
were services at the Catliollo
church conducted by Rev Father
Hudecsk and tho crowd in attend
ance was bo large that mauy cyuM
not get into tho church
Read tho Gazuim

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