e= NEW 1938 MODELS, SINGLE AND DOUBLE BREASTED. PLAIN AND SPORT BACKS. SHORTS, SLIMS AND REGULARS FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS Syacamore Peaberry COFFEE 3 lbs................................................... Pilgrim Fancy Rio COFFEE 3 lbs................................................... Fancy Patna RICE VA lbs ............................................... Mother’s Crystal Ware OATMEAL Per box.............................................. Light House CLEANSER 3 for.................*.......................*....... POST TOASTIES Large package, 2 for ..................... Miracle Whip SALAD DRESSING Quart jar.......................................... Stokley’s Mammoth PEACHES No. 2 'A can ........................ 45c 36c 22c 24c 10c 19c 39c 17c SPECIAL! 4-PIECE SET “PANTRY PANTIES '9 (oiled-silk bowl corers), 29c to par- chasers of Pillsbory's Sno Sbeea Cake Flour. Ask os for details. PILLSBURY'S m SNO SHP SNO SHEEN CAKE FLOUR WOLTERS BROS. CO. NOTICE Due to the nearness of the City Election, and I not being able to contact every voter personally, I wish to inform the general public that I am a candidate for re-election for City Alderman. Your vote and support is requested and solicited. W. J. TOMASCO (2 & c) j CHEVROLET NEWS YOU CAN LOOK YOUR VERY BEST ALWAYS IF YOU STEP OUT IN WELL CLEANED AND WELL PRESSED CLOTHES E. J. WESSELSKY * Pressing Shop PHONE 72 Six-cylinder motor cars were almost twice as popular with the driving public in li>37 as any other type, according- to a recent survey made by E. P. Feely, manager of the Chevrolet market analysis department. Mr, Freely’s suivey revealed that 2,214,336 six-cylinder chis were sold during- the year of 1937, or 63.6 per cent of the total of all cars, sold. Automobiles of the eight-cylinder type were second in popularity and totaled 1,189,808 sales during the year, or 34.1 per cent of the total. “The six-cylinder engine has shown substantial increase in popularity since 1934, when 59.5 per cent of the total cars sold were powered by that type of engine,” said Mr. Freely. Eight-cylinder cars comprised 39.8 per cent of total sales in 1934, and 34.1 per cent last year. "In the four-year period. Chevrolet has delivered more passenger cars than any other manufacturer, leading the entire industry in three out of the four years.” PLANT FRUIT TREES PECANS-BERRIES EVERGREENS-ROSES FLOWERING SHRUBS NOW Best season in ground for many years, and our trees are of the high quality maintained for 63 years. Prices are reasonable. Write for free catalogue tq,- jday. It contains full information about planting, pruning and spraying, and shows best varieties for every section. RAMSEY'S AUSTIN NURSERY Austin, Texas H. G. Hollmann For School Trustee, Shiner Independent School Dis. My past record as to how I served lor tne interest and welfare of the schools and at the same time always tried my utmost to hold the disbursements within the reins of the receipts, need no explanation. All I ask is that the good citizens (qualified voters) of this Independent School District come out and cast their ballot for or against so I may know whether or not my services are approved. If re-elected will render service as in the past, to the best interest of the schools. ■I «. mmfm -------42 CLUB Modern Priscella’s The 42 club met with Mrs. M. Vogelsang at the last regular meeting. Besides the two, tables of members, the hostess invited one guest, Mrs. Raymond Broz. Mrs. C. B. Strawman scored high and Mrs. A. L. Valek cut high. The next meeting, Thursday will be with Mrs. Wm. Zappe. —NOTICE— The Modern Priscella’s met Tuesday afternoon with Miss Angeline Krause as hostess. All members were present anc after the treasurer collectec the dues amounting to 90c, the president, Miss Aline Zappe presided and plans on having an Easter dinner were discussed. It was decided to have the dinner on Easter Saturday evening at 8:15 at the St. Regis Hotel in Yoakum. Appointed on the following committees were: Gussie Mae Eschenburg, Stella Novak, Geneva Seim and Mrs. Henry Frers Jr. for decorating; Misses Aline Zappe and Gussie Mae Eschenburg, entertainment; purchasing committee, Miss Aline jCappe. The next meeting will be with Miss Stella Novak on Tuesday, April 5th. Tuesday Bridge Club The Tuesday Bridge Club met with Mrs. Wm. Zappe at the last regular meeting, when two tables of players spent a delightful afternoon. Mrs. O. C. Henkhaus was a guest. Mrs. 0. W. Dreyer scored high, with Mrs. C. M. Koerner claiming low score, the yearly anniversary will bel celebrated at the Welhausen| Cabin on next regular Tuesday meeting day. Palace Theatre WEEKLY PROGRAM —NOTICE— Starting Time:—8 P. M. Friday & Sat., April 1-2— John Wayne and Marsha Hunt in— BORN TO THE WEST With John Mack Brown. Chapter 6 of The Painted Stallion Popeye in Football Toucher Downer. Adm: IO & 20c. Saturday Matinee 3 rOO p. rn. Adm: IO and 15c Sunday & Monday, April 3-4 One of the newest, fastest, dizziest musical comedies — THRILL OF A LIFETIME Featuring Ben Blue, The Yatch Club Boys, Judy Caneva, Eleanore Whitney, John ny Downs, Dorothy Lamour, Jetty Grable, Leif Erikson. Fox Movietone News FOUR SMART DOGS “ Adm: IO & 20c. Sunday Matinee 3:00 p. rn. Adm: io and 15c CLASSIFIED ADS PRUNE ISO, 09. Advertisements will be inserted under this head at 10c per line each inserter No order accepted for less than tweD t^-Iive cents. FOR SALE— Arizona hegari seed. $2.50 per hundred lbs. See R. H. Littleneld, Shiner, Route 3. (13-2tp) WANTED—Man for Rawleigh Route. Route will be permanent if you are a hustler. For particulars write Rawleigh’s Dept. TXC-691-103, Memphis, Tenn. FOR RENT—Furnished or unfurnished apartment or rooms. Garage furnished. See Mrs. H. Menke or apply at the Gazette office. (i3-ltp) We repair watches, clocks, size rings, eye glasses,' iit fact everything that is in Jewelry line, make old jewelry look like new at the very lowest possible prices. BROM JEWELRY STORE and Ye Style Shoppe The Store Where You Save’* Hallettsville, Texas Blue Bonnet “42” Club Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Ray Broz entertained the~ Blue Bonnet 42 club in the City Lunch Room. At 3:30 a tempting tray ! lunch was served to members and guests. Prizes were won by: High score. Mrs. Louise Stach, High score of Guests, Mrs, M. Vogelsang, cut prize, Mrs. C. M. Koerner. Guests were following: Mrs. *'•. F. Muenich, Mrs. B. J. Novak, Mrs. C. M. Koern er and Mrs. M. Vogelsang. The next meeting will be held April 5, at 2 p. rn. with Mrs. Otto Fissler. Ren. Tuesday & Wed., April 5-6 A slapstick, burlesque, farce comedy. Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant in— BRINGING UP BABY With Charlie Buggies and May Robson, Walter Catlett, Barry Fitzgerald, Fritz Feld. GOLFING TIME Rhythm in the Night Club Adm: IO & 20c —ANNOUNCEMENTS— (Subject to Democratic Pri mary, July 23rd., 1938.) Don’t miss John Wayne in Born to the West with John Mack Brown and Marsha Hunt at the Palace Theatre, Friday and Saturday. Constipated?^ • “For 30 years I had constipation, awfu) gas bloating, headaches and back pains. Adlerika helped right away. Now, I eat ! sausage, bananas, pie, anything I want. Never felt better.” Mrs. Mabel Schott. AD ADLERIKA Shiner Drug Cut, and Kuhn Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beckman came in from San Antonio over the week end to visit in the Theo. Rogge home, before moving to their new home at Yorktown. Senator L- J. Sulak was an appreciated caller at the Gazette office Tuesday. Egg Laying Hens Make Money For You The other kind don’t. Uncle Sam says in one of his Bulletins, mites cause more loss of life and egg production than does any other poultry parasite. We say, there is absolutely no need for that if you use C. C. Mite Killer Just once a year. Temple Lumber Co. Announcement Rates, Payable Cash In Advance For District Office............$15.00 For County Office............$10.00 Cor Commissioner .............$7.50 For Precinct Office...........$3.00 FOR STATE SENATOR— 15th Senatorial District L. J.‘SULAK (re-election) For County Superintendent— WILLIAM A. EILERS For Sheriff— MAURICE STRUNK FRANK M. MCGREW For County Treasurer— J. G. KONVICKA (re-election) For County Clerk— J. F. BOZKA (re-election) For Commissioner Prec. 3 & 7 W. A. (BILL) HENKHAUS GUS (TRANSFER) SEIM (re-election) For Representative:— J. J. OLSEN WANTED— Settled German or Bohemian woman for general house work. Mrs. D. C. Daniel, Alice, Texas. (13-lt) FOR SALE—Acala Cotton seed, long staple. See Otto Remmers, Route, Shiner, Texas. (2tp) LONESOME? Find romance in my club. No professional letter-writers. Personal introductions. Meet your ideal. Write your wants, enclosing stamps, to UNCLE BILL. P. O. Box 884 (9-16tp) Austin, Texas. FOR SALE—Mrs. Anna Ritz estate, I mile south of town. Will sell all or part. For further information see Emil Ritz, Shiner, Texas. (12-3tp) FOR SALE—All household goods, consisting of furniture, stoves aad other household needs. See Louis Trautwein, Shiner, Texas. COTTON SEED CULLING 35c per hundred by Frank Panus Shiner, Texas, Rt. I, Phone 916—R3. OR SALE, CHEAP FOR CASH—My home place including 2 7-8 acres of land. Apply to F. D. Fischer, Shiner Route 2, Box I. (ll-3tp) For Commissioner Precinct 2, Gonzales, County— W. H. JONES (re-election) COLWELL HOLLAWAY M. I. WYATT For City Alderman:— W. J. TOMASCO (re-election) JOE R. MIKESH OPENING NEW CITY BAKERY Friday, April I Call and inspect our line of Pastry, Cakes, Bread and Pies. Try our Rolls at 5c a dozen. WE WILL APPRECIATE A PORTION OF YOUR BUSINESS!. WE ARE HERE TO PLEASE YOU. JIM CHOTENOVSKY Trustee Shiner Ind. School District:— H. G. HOLLMANN Expert Radio Repairing ADOLPH PETRU Phone 935F13 At Yow Best! Free From Constipation Nothing beats a clean system for health! At the first sign of constipation, take purely vegetable Black-Draught for prompt relief. Many men and women say that Black- Draught brings such refreshing relief. By its cleansing action, poisonous effects of constipation art) driven out; you soon feel better, more efficient. Black-Draught oests less than most other laxatives. BLACK"DRAUGHT i A GOOD LAXATIVE WANTS WORK—A Bohemian settle'4 "id wants a job cooking and housekeeping. Write to Mrs. Katie Hobizal, Shiner Route 3. HONORED AT LUNCHEON Miss Emma Cimrhanzel and Emil “Pete” Kahanek, whose marriage will take place on Monday, «pril 25th., were complimented 'Wednesday evening with a luncheon and miscellaneous shower, given by Mrs. H. H. Roth and Miss Emma Baros at the Sunken Garden. The table, covered with a white linen cloth was centered with a crystal bow* of beautiful spring blossoms and at either side red tapers in double crystal holders shed a soft glow over the happy scene. A menu of sandwiches, heart, shaped cookies, salad and iced fruit punch was served. Mrs. *-uul Berckenhoff presided over the Pride’s book which registered thirty-two guests.. Following the luncheon, the hostess presented the bride-elect with a basket filled with gifts, which she unwrapped and after having thanked everyone for the lovely remembrances the guests departed, wishing the honoree lots of luck and much happiness. BABY CHICKS Prom blood-tested flock that have been selected by us personally for many years. We are ready to give you better chicks this season than ever before at reasonable prices. Write us for our price list. Large type English White Leghorns, Light Brown Leghorns, Buff Leghorns, large type Black Minorcas, Barred Plymouth Rocks and Reds. Book your orders for chicks and custom hatching in advance. RAINOSEK HATCHERY Sweet Home, Texas Phone Hallettsville Line 907F5 TOOTH PASTE Phillip’s Tooth Paste, containing Milk of Magnesia, large tube and a pretty glass bowl FREE. All for 25c. SHINER DRUG CO. Get your magazines and books at BONORDEN^ GROCERY. OUR Special “Ice Cream will be Tuesday April 19th. Watch for particulars. SI Drug Co.
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