Kerrville Mountain Sun, July 5
W. C. Klein of Gonzales, is a guest at the St. Charles.
Sam H. Hill, Jno. Hill and Miss Ella Hill were registered at the St. Charles Wednesday. They were on the way to the Rill ranch near Mountain Home.
Kerrville Mountain Sun, July 12
Mrs. E. F. Grinstead and daughter, Miss Grinstead, and little son, Carter, are Mrs. T. O. Bass, of Houston, are at the St. Charles, and will spend several weeks in this city recuperating.
G. P. McCorkle, cashier of the First National Bank of Center Point, and Mrs. McCorkle register at the St. Charles, Thursday.
Jas. Paterson, a Kimble county ranchman, is registered at the St. Charles.
Dr. Moore, of Boerne, was a guest at the St. Charles, Thursday.
Kerrville Mountain Sun, July 26
Ed. B. Gerdes, the genial host of the popular Gerdes Hotel, left Monday for a weeks' visit to Junction and other points.
Geo Zoeller, the popular sheriff of Kendall county, was a guest at the Gerdes Hotel.
Mrs. W. C. Linden and little son, of San Antonio, were among the guests at the St. Charles yesterday.
Geo. C. Vaughn and wife and Mrs. J. W. Nelson of Center Point, were among the guests at the St. Charles Wednesday.
E. F. Grinstead, of Houston, arrived in this city Wednesday on a visit to Mrs. Grinstead and children, who are spending the summer at the St. Charles Hotel.
W. Berry, Superintendent of Construction for the Aransas Pass Railroad, was a guest at the St. Charles hotel last Sunday.
Col. Nat Sulzbacher, the irrepressible San Atonio drummer was a guest at the St. Charles hotel, this city, Wednesday.
Sheriff Jno. Tobin and Alex Frazer of San Antonio, were registered at the St. Charles hotel Tuesday. The gentlemen left in the afternoon to locate a fishing camp on the upper Guadalupe. They were joined on the following day by a party from San Antonio composed of W. B. Russ, C. M. Tobin and wife, Misses India King, Mary Johnson and Olivia.