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THE GAZETTE
PUDIJSnpD KYERV THtmSDAY BY
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J 0 HABERMAOJIER
subscription hates
Ono year postpaid Z 100
Entered at the Shiner Texas
Post office as secondclass mat
ter
San Marcos wins the court
house and will still remain tho
county seat We congratulate
San Marcos
Hon A B Storey of Lockhart
is acandieato for Chairman of
tiro State Executive Committee
Storey is a good man and is well
qualified for the position
Pnor W E Rabb tho demo
cratic nominee for the legislature
says he will be governed by tho
Tote of his constituents on the
submission question He how
ever favors an antitreating bill
Weatherclerk Moore re
ported cool weather in Texas last
week but so far none of it has
reaohed Shiner In fact it has
been excessively hot the temper
ature ranging aronnd the 100
mark
ExGovernor Sam Lanham
died at his homedn Weatherford
latThursday night and was bur
ied Friday at Woatberford Tho
funeral was attended by a largo
concourse of friends and State
officials
The young Turks are said to bo
in the ascendency in Turkey and
there is much bitter feeling
against the Sultan Along about
Thanksgiving Day the young
turks will be in the ascendency
in Texas
san Antonio is to have a now
million dollar hofc It is to bo
thVflnestrln Texasand ono of the
finest in tho south i Houston
will have to get up and humpit
solf if it wants to keep up with
San Antonio
The Gazette entered its 16th
year last week but was busy and
forgot to mention the fact The
Gazette is not given to boasting
but will continue to get out a
newsy and interesting paper de
voted to the interests of Shiner
and Lavaca County The sub
scription books are always open
There was a great deal of
argument and nagging going on
in Shiner among the partisans of
the different candidates for State
offices up to the time of the July
primary But since the result
has become known no one seems
to be kicking but accept tho ver
dict in good spirit It is demo
cratic to abide by the will of the
majority
The Republicans of Lavaca
County held their convention at
Halletsville last Saturday and
nominated Mr Louis Trautwein
for representative and it is stat
ed that Mr Trautwein will ac
icept the nomination Messrs
G A Pannewitz and S A Thule
meVer of Shiner were named as
delegates to the state convention
at Dallas
Exchange Gossip
Tho Standaid Oil company was let
oft fiom it 000000 line just in
time to raaka its contiilmtion to the
lopuhllcdn campaijfn fund available
pilous tauVoit
On iod tun d > = erves another the
fel i 1 T tU nas ulna > ljeh a libeiuj
on u u lr to tht fivpublican cain
ui fund
Thv > ar ul itrl 1 aln a s triudo ea > J 1
W tlis tich if u UarUworWnjf avirsJ
A V U X
Nominee of the Demo
cratlc Primary o
July 25 1908 >
For Representative
51st District
W E RABB
For Tax Assessor Lavaca
County
Mr RUDOLPH VALENTA
For TaxCollector
S L BENNETT
For Commissioner
Precincts 3 and 7
LOUIS WAGENER
For Constable Precinct 3
CHAS STRAUSS
For Public Weigher
Precinct 3 Shiner
OTTOC HENKH US
For County Attorney
of Lavaca County
W T BAGBY
For County Judge
W R McCUTCHAN
For County Treasurer
a b devall
For Justice of the Peace
of Precinct No 3
J C HABERMACHER
For Sheriff of Lavaca Co
A B NOBLE
For Commissioner Pre
cinctNo 2 Gonzales Co
J C NEIGHBORS
For Constable of Pre
cinct 6 Gonzales Co
J P BOOTHE
paper man had been fined 29240000
ho would have had to pay it Hous
ton Post
Tho Gazette would ha vobeenforced
to soil Us plant to pay that fine
Mr Bryans assertion that he did
Aot coerce anybody must be cold com
fort for the bleeding Colonel Guffoy
and the battered Pat McCarren New
York Pi ess
Mr Bryan merely held them In lino
and made them behave
Heros hopiag that tho crop pros
pects make good by November The
political situation will tako caro of it
self whether its intended or not
Galveston Tribune
Mr Boll Weevil will havo to bo con
sulted on that point
Dryer News
As I have a few minutes timo this
morning I will try and state a few of our
items
Eilert Gcrdes was in Yoakum Saturday
trading
Tho Lutheran Brethercn held their reg
ular services hero Sunday and it was well
attended
Aoton Gicso Jcft for Kennedy Monday
on business
Chas and Julius Krause wore in Shiner
Triday
Anton and John Kuck from Hochhcim
Praino were in our burg Sunday
Thero was a party at tho home of Mr
F Klolis Saturday night and everyone
present seemed to hayo a good timer
Emil Breauer of Cheapside was ming
ling with friends here Sunday
Ernest Krause and sister vElla were
visiting near Sncet Home Saturday and
Sunday
Rudy Niemann left for Charlottcnburg
Sunday where ho will remain with his
brother during the weok
J Krause has bought thelOOacro farm
of L R Crawford near Dryer
Misses Martha and Dana Cunningham
of Hochheim i ere seen at the home of J
0 Neighbors Sunday
Willieand Otto Bresscl of Cheapside
were in our bilrg Sunday
P G Gerdcs mado a business trip to
Yoakum I nday
A Leap Year ball lias been announced
to como offw Turner Hall Saturday
August 6th
Georgo Inrgmann was in jour city
Fiturday
A I am sleepy T will sly good night
Importer
A Delightful Birthday
Party
A very rjloilsant and enjoyable
birthday paity was hat given by Mrs
Johnny Lockmann atlier home in tho
southorn portionof the city to a largo
number of horJ friends on Thursday
last 1
Tho homo was artistically and beau
tifully decorated wjth ovorgi oens and
roses tho dinlngroomdescrvlng pcc
lal mention whlch as prettily ar
ranged and decorated In red and gi een
tho color scheme being carried out to
tho very point V
Tiny souvenirsof green and rod
ci epo paper < ero pinned on each guest
as thoy woro escorted into tho dining
room An apposing and refreshing
lunch was served consisting of all
kinds of dellolouscakes Iced tea so
da pop and 4ccdMemonado with fruit
as desort
Mrs LockiDarin t Is an Ideal enter
tainer and words of applause woro
given hor for tho delightful afternoon
Merry corryorsatlon and laughter
was tho main ioaturo of tho entertain
ment of tho evening and a jolly old
timo was had Some sat out on the
lawn seeking a much cooler spot white
others were In tho houso chatting with
might and main and from al 1 appear
ances oveiy one1 was making the affair
ono of great plaasure
As tho sun beaa slowly sinking in
tho west and tho shados of night nero
drawing near at hand each thanked
Mrs Lockmann for tho nice timo spent
and wishing her many moro such
pleasant and huppy birthdays as all
were allowed to share with hor this
time and added thewish that she may I
livotoseoa hundred birthdays and
b as happy as on this occasion
Those who woro so fortunate to bo
in attendance at thf delightful birth
day were MOsdamfS T S Hughes
Herms Habermacher Dittmar Otto
Muecko Chas Pfeil E Muecko Geh
rels Herder Chovwnetz Mersoberger
Edmund Writers Sam Nave A B
Dunn Christian Wagener Mitchell
Hill of SommervlLle and Misses Sel
ma Jungbecker fMao Hughes Ella
Rlchter j6woH Mitchell Lydia Wag
ener and DotaKuesel of Bay City
Lone Tree Cuttings
Well well 1 have kept quiet
long enough thought I would
send in the doings of our farm
ers News is rather scarcehere
but mll try mj best to pick soma
put anyway Hi r i jr
i
Weather has been pleasant so
far how long it will remain so is
hard to tell Jts lightning and
thundering every eve
Gathering the Queen of the
South is the order of tho day
now but the lovely gathering
will be shorter than expected
JohnHorkyof Seaborn Ijay
lor Co hasbeen around Yojikum
and Shiner tho past week visiting
klnfoiks and shaking hands with
his old friends u
We are sorry to report yie
death of Mr J Peter Srx of
Morris prairie who died so sud
denly at his home July 24 and
was buried next day in Yoakum
Catholic cemetery A very large
crowd attended the burial He
leaves eight sons and two daugh
ters We oxtend heartfelt sym
pathy to the sorrowing children
Ed Marek loft for Cuero last
Saturday to spend several days
with his brother Gus
Miss Hanna Haptens celebrated
her birthday 1 to day hope she
had many in attendance I am
very sorry that I J couldnt be
present we wore invited but
could not get there
The dance at Vlastenac Hall
last riight was a grand supcess
All that were there had a time
hard to beat I know I enjoyed it
in tho first degree
Misses Fannie Herchelc and
Jennie Mar4k and tho ladys
mother were in Yoakum shop
ping last Saturday
There is to be a Leap Year
dance at Turner Hall August 8th
If you all want to have a good
time then come ouf thereand en
joy yourself l Music is tqbe fur
nished by tho Shineiband < girls
empty your purses I would go
if mamma would give mo fifty
cents Hamaa of Lpne Tree
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Magnolia of Dryer I expect I
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A very large crowd has gather
ed to spend tho day across tho
Guadalupe River Had a fine
dinner about fortyfive pounds
fish were eaten Two boats wore
sailing up and down the river
Bashful Fifteen howdidyou likej
the boat ride <
Chas Schmidt and Reinhardfc
Knippa of Hochheim and Gus
Berckenhoff of Koerth attended
the party at Lone Treo last Sun
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TPrairie you ought tocome
down once more and view this
beaHtiful country how natural it
looks
We will have a sowing party in
this neighborhood
pretty soon
hope we wiil have another good
time that is if I am invited
Minnie Hartmann spent the
day with her friend Lillie Hoyer
Rudolph Peter and sistqr Al
vina wore here yesterday and to
day visiting the home of their
brother Jno Peter
Well as I am sleepy after the
ball last night and tired after
the fish fry today will say good
night for thistime anjLwillicome
again if you all dont object
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