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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Shiner Enterprise — 16 September 1914
T # r '"v Vol.2 No. 10 Wollt Ihr Neuigkeiten Das Neuigkeiten Sind, Aboniert aul Die Shiner Enterprise, Die Neuigkeiten bringt •r'' '■ , SHINER, LAVACA COUNTY, Little Rud. Heyman Dead • Rud. Heyman, the eight year old son of Frank Heyman, living near Shiner, died Tuesday even- ' ing, September 8. The little fel- low was "sick onlv a few days with croup when God called him home. The funeral took place Wednesday evening at 4 o'clock from the family residence. In- terment was in the Catholic cem- etery. , ' The Enterprise joins many friends in extending condolences to the bereaved family. Helps His Renters Out Last Wednesday morning we had the pleasure of accompany- ing our friend, Mr. O. Miller,over his 500 acre farm, which lies just north-east of town. Mr: Miller is one of the progressive farmers of Lavaca county and be- lieves in doing the right thing by his renters. He made them an offer last week of 9 cents for their rent cotton. We commend him for this act and think it a good exam...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Shiner Enterprise — 16 September 1914
i While in Shiner Stop at the City Hotel First Class Accommodations Reasonable Rates I NEWS HAPPENINGS AT IKE COUNTY SEAT Hallettsville Now Era: Mrs. Ben Neumann left Sat- urday for a visit with relatives in Shiner. A light occured on the public square here Stinday morning with Did Parchman and Chas. Hall on one side and Arch John- son on the other. Johnson was hit in the back with a rock. All these parties are colored and were put in the "cooler," for sev- eral hours. TEACHERS AND TRUSTEES Following is a list of teachers and trustees of the Hallettsville, Shiner, Moulton and Sweet Home schools. hallettsville Ind. School Dist.—Trustees— W. R. McCutchan, pres.; Chas. Eertsch, sec'v; Otto von Rosen- berg. H. S. Hewe, Joseph Kopec- ky, Jim Minkulinka, Abe Meyer- hoff. Teachers. H. K* Williams, Supt., Misses Emma Searcy, Nora Ernest, Florence Chess, Sadie Ellis Julia Timm, Delia McKennon; E. J. McKinney man- ual training teacher. shiner Ind. School Dist. Trustees, E. Runk, pres.; G. W. ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Shiner Enterprise — 16 September 1914
DANIEL O'CONNELL THE GREAT IRISH LIBERATOR, Said; "Iv'e seen many a merry company around a table but never around a pump." PROVIDE GOOD CHEER WITH LONE STAR BEER THY A BOTTLE OF f ALAMO o* SANTONE BEER © © $ $ ■© "It's Food and Drink." "sa? LOBE STAR BREWING CO., B*Virnio A. G. LICHEY D?STOIBUTOR Wo do not solicit ordors or ship beer in violation of State Laws © © © © $ © $ © © © © © © © © © © © © © President Names Day To Pray lor Peace Washington, Sept. 9.—Presi- *4ent Wilson today signed a proc- lamation calling on the people of the United States to pray for peace in Europe. The president's proclamation set aside Sunday, October 4, as a day of prayer. The proclamation is as follows: "Whereas, great nations of the world have taken up arms against one another, and war now draws millions of men into battle whom the counsel of statesmen have not been able to save from the terri- bl'e Sacrifice: "And, whereas, in this, as in all things, it is our privilege and duty to seek counsel and ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Shiner Enterprise — 16 September 1914
The Shiner Weekly Enterprise Published by the Shiner Printing Company S. P. Denham, Editor, This Office is insured la the Printers Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of Texas NOTICE—All advertising will be run and charged for until ordord stopped Entered as second-class matter July 2, 1913 at the post office at Shiner, Texas under the Act of March 3,1870 * Garbade Lumber Comp'y Real estate men from different sections of the country report heavy sales in farm lands during the past month, indicating that the "back to the soil" movement has not diminished on account of the present unsettled condition of affairs in the financial world. There is an instinctive longing in the heart of every man to be a producer—a longing to take from the soil an equivalent for that which he consumes. It is this desire which forms the basis for the "back to the soil" movements which are sweeping the country today. Mother earth is always safe and available. She has never repudiated a debt, never denied an obligation...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Shiner Enterprise — 16 September 1914
The Wonderful Secret Cheerfulness # How you do admire that lady who seems to be all brightness and cheerfulness, and yet she is as the rest of us in household duties with everything to do. Listen, and we'll tell you the rea- son why she seems to have more time than the rest of us; she wastes no time fretting; she has learned the true value of things. She never frets and she never scolds. It doesn't pay. Fretting and scolding leave ugly marks on the face and on the character. Is everything wrong, the day up- side down, the lire won't burn, the children out of sorts, a pick- ed up dinner and company at the last moment. She does the best she can and lets the consequen- ces take care of themselves. Wor- ry will not help matters; and then she has a secret, a secret that she is willing to tell all her friends. Every day at a certain hour she goes to her room and locking the door she has half an hour to herself. If verv tired she wrings a towel out of water hot as she can bear and winds it...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Shiner Enterprise — 16 September 1914
I Buy a Bale of Cotton A practical journeyman optom- ist, working at his trade in At- lanta, Ga., has touched off a most sensible and happy idea. One of those simple thoughts that when heard makes a man want to kick himself because he did not think of it at first. Just like Colum bus making the egg stand on an end. And this is it. Everyone who can, buy a bale of cotton at 10 cents per pound and hold it for a vear. Simple isn't it?—Kings- ville Record. San Antonians Home on Account of the War Nine San Antonians who had gone to Spain to work in the in- terests of the Pearson syndicate in the erection of a huge dam near Barcelona, returned home last Friday with their families, following a temporary suspen- sion of the work, made necessary because of the outbreak of the European war. The dam was about 40 per cent completed, and work was stopped on Aug. 80. Included in the party of San Antonians were H. G. Lumadue, Guy Nevill, T. H, Lee, Niel Mur- phv, P. S. Miller, W. C. Miller, Malven ...