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NORTH SND RKIROHD HIZENUEi-
GKRNES hnd BRQ.
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These gentlemen are prepared to fit yon out in first-class style
in the line of family groceries, toilet articles and glassware
They also deal in all kinds of country produce. Best of attcn
tion paid to customers; free delivery to all parts of the city
Give them a call and look over their large : stock of fresh
staple and fancy groceries.
Agent for nil NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, etc
Papers ii specialty.
Hand in your money and savo postage and exchange
Office at I ho Post office.
flgtH-lsifi ($clj5, gpad?js, fM
Iiunch at nil Hours.
Fresh Oity Beer always on T?.j,
:: :: Texas.
I havo opened up a Millinery Shop In Shiner adjoining ,S. A.
fames it Bros.' storo and will be r1.h1 to see itll who need anything in
my line, which consists of
ss.A.rrs, tirzimmiistgi-s ribeons,
I feel confident that I can give perfect satisfaction.
MISS WANMIE NOLAN.
T3ELA.XJ1?-VVE3I3Sr 2c WOLTBRS,
MILLERS AND GINNERS,
These gentlemen have secured all the latest improvements in ginning
machinery and havo b pa rod no oxpenso in tills line. Their
gin lias a capacity of 100 hales per day; and they can
Dii.woiitii, Texas. Oct. 20.
Emtoii Gazette: Itisstill very
dry and dusty, hut wo lmvo plenty
ot water yet. inc. Hansen liros.
have two wells and a tank at their
gin; ono of their wells stands Go ft.
in water; tho well is hi feet deep
and I think had they gone a triilo
deeper, the water would have run
out of the to) of tho well.
A largo wolf got into Mr, Joe
I'artek's yard on Monday night and
they had quito a lively' limo with
him. It took fifteen shots with
shotguns and Winchesters before
they killed him. Mr. Joo liartek
got his gun broken in tho row.
Cotton is coming in slowlv, hut
our energetic ginnors, tho liartsch
Iiroa. have fixed up their saw mill
and are prepared to saw wagon
timber and plough beam.
It is still very dry here but wo
have plenty of water for man and
Cotton is coming in slowly, tho
most of it coining in from the river
Wo arc having enmo verv cool
and innumerable barbed wiro fen
ces. Wo will remember that trip
with a quaking hoart as long as we
ISnggics were Hying round lively
Sunday, with fair ladies and gallant
escorts. J'ino weather lor such
pleasure. As toon as itifrains all
that will bo stopped and plowing
will l)u tho order of tho day.
Mews. S. S. Colo and J. T.
Thompson uro attending court this
Miss Esther Colo is visiting rel
atives and friendH in Goiualos this
Mr. .TelT Phelps of Ettawa visited
his kinfolks, Mr. MeGill's family
Ono of Gonzales' charming belles
Miss Lilla Connor visited Mrs.
Bailey's family, Sunday, escorted
by our ruing young lawyer,
Henrv Hell. 01 Henry. Mr, Ed
itor, he's suro gut an eye for beauty.
Miss Alllo Dowle'm returned to
her home in Cuoro on Saturday,
after spending an enjoyablo holi
day. Mrs. Mattio Ilaynos of Dilworth
met with a painful accident last
Saturday. Whilst .returning from
nights now and health is unusually i ll."'G '"! ""- '-
..?.. i driving got frightened, dashed the
O house, sign
rniii i vii
paillfcing AND paper hanging A SPECIALTY.
k done on short notice ond 'guaranteed to givo satisfaction. W
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worlc in Dinner, niuuiiou aim nuiTHumung w.
HmxEU, - - - -
Local titno tablo of tho San An
tpuio it Aransas Pass P.ailway:
Gonzales mixed, south bound,
paocs Shiner nt 1 2:35 P. M. West
bound at 3:22 P. M.
Waco Express, smith, to Yoakum
'1:24 P. M. North 2:30 P. M.
Shiner Uigs, Ho. Ill, A. 0. U, W.
Meats the fcccond Monday In each
month, nt the Morils luill.
M, 11. Wolters. V. M. W; .T. C.
3ilolim, M. W. ! 11. 1', Kulimnnn, l'oie
limii.i Julius WoUts, O-crsuor. L.
V. Wolterj, Recorder' I'. O. Hmlth.
ritmnooer: lion! Wagoner, Receiver
Louis Traiitvreln. Guide; Ous Pan
newltz, 1. W. Henry Womkna, O. W.
Trustees ; E. P. Kiihninnn. Dr. Lid
son. J. A Woltcis. Dr. llldson, SI. L.
v J. C.
It. II. Locssin.
Mrs. Kinnard was sick for sever
al ilays last week, but is convales
cent at this writing.
Mr. Spauldon passed through
hero Friday with about twenty
mules which ho put in Hart well
Jones' pasture on Peach crook,
where they can get w'aler. ,
It. S. Haynes and Mr. Kreidlcr
left for tho east on n fhliipg ex
cursion last week. We wish the'iiv
a pleasant trip.
Mrs. Haynes ,met with a serious
aceicfenl Saturday while on her
way to town. Her horso shied and'
run tlio jumper up against a tree,
throwing Mrs. Haynes out. Sho
was seriously bruised and hurt but
at this writing is improving.
Mrs. Foieter of Luling is visiting
Mrs. Annio Drachcs,
Mr. .Too liartsch and family left
Sunday on a visit to Schulonlmrg
vohiclo against a tree, throwing the
lady out, but fortunately breaking
no bones. Sho was sevorcly bruis
ed hut is progressing favorably.
You have now all tho news that
can bo scraped up by SwtrcitELi..
Moulton Institute. Tin. 12.
Moulton Inst. October 22d.
- Enrrou Gazette: Here wo come
once more but can hardly see the
Hno3 on our paper for tho dust.
Water is getting juito scarce
Tho young people enjoyed a very
pleasant evening Friday at Mr.
Mr. G. W. Thomasaon i visiting
John Lc.i.ar, his son-in-law,
The Institute lias a music teacher
now. Thoy say she is a good teach-
Soinoono raised a back window
tind entered tho drug sloro of John
li.irtok at .Moulton. lhursUay,
while Mr. lla.rtek was at dinner,
and stole ten dollars out of a cigar
box. Suspicion centered on a
negro named Sam Allen, nnd Con
stable Jack Dockory was put on his
track, Tho Gazktti; man reached
Moulton just in time to join Mr.
Uockcry in the pursuit. The dark
ey had started out towards Peach
creek on hoeschack, and seating
themselves in a gig Mr. Dockery
and tho liAisi'Tri: man started in
hot pursuit. Out through old
Moulton and down towards tho
Peach creek bottoms they drove at
brcakncclc speed running over nil
tho stumps, stones and eerything
that came in tho way. We havo
seen some tough roads in our timo
but none that would compare with
Mr. ' that road for slumps. Thoy lined
the roail on with sides unit the gig
witli commendable impartiality
passed none by but struck every
ono right in tho center. At Peach
creek six miles from Moulton tho
fugitive was heard from and was
finally overhauled at lien Green's
place, eight miles northwest of
Moulton and taken hack to Moul
ton. Tim evidence being insuffi
cient to liini tho man Allen wm
discharged from custody. Mr.
Dockery and the Gazftti: man
had their appetites whetted up to
a razor edgo by their encounter
witli the stumps, and Mr- Dock
cry's culinary skill was cai. into
quest to relieve their r . mom
J. A. MARIK
Clin.M'EST Pl.ACB FOB VODIt "J.OTil
IXCI. Shiner, - Texa.
SAM F. NAVE, M. I).,
Offico between E. F. lluhmann'ii
aiid tho drug store.
Calls promptly attended. Itesi
denco opposite Methodist church.
' Blueolier Lodgo No. 20. 0, D, H. B,
Vot tho first nnd" third
Moffday of eacli month, at the Mouta
m! E. Wolters, President; John O.
Jitohm, VicaKioblilunti Alvln Hum
,,.i . .T. II. Iluohner. 'Irons.;
1'iuitz.l. Mayer, OuIdi Otto lleln
Imiiso.I. W.l Cutis. Kuacl, O. Vi.;
Trustees: wra. 'icnuiiaau,
'Lwerseu, Julius Drleger.
Eathlione Lodgei K. of P.
Meets first and third Friday nights
in each month. " ,
,11. J; Malr. O. C.i Louis Culpepper,
V. C.yTomlJiiikett.K. ot It. and B.;
H. A. Cunies, 'J'leas. H. J. YouDgs,
1'relato, Jaolc Culpepper, M A., C.
II. Flato. M. F., O. A. Williams, M.
W., 1 L. MoCurdy, I. G., Charles
Illehter, O. a.
August Slnderman visited friends
in Shiner. Sundav.
,. . ,; ,, ,, . liiearanco
.Mrs. r-watze, mo no io oi uio see- ,,,.,.,,, don-t ,. bit b!l,llfui
tor, V, .. ,.. .. ,.
Jiov. v ouis preaouos to-uay
What's tho matter witli Mr.
Rambler' ho did not make an ap-
tlie list time. Come,
tion house, left on Saturday
"" ' Mlii. Un.ilist pbnrp.b.
Wo havo one of tho lavgest girls, ' ,,, .,, .
here of hor'aim in tho countrv. She! 'u liealt1.' of tliweimntry is very
is only ten years old and pulls
about 130 pounds. Can you beat
Dr. Minton and son will locato
here, tho 1st of noxt month to prac
tice medicino and put up a drug
Our merchant, Mr. A, Sindermim
must bo doing a good business, j udg
ing from tho amount of goods re
ceived at tho depot every day or
two. , Dilwouth,
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Call on tho City Harbor. Simp for a
neat shave, shampoo or sea foam.
Hair cutting in all styles, pompa
dour a specialty. Two comfort
nblo chairs and two good work-
A. C. Koepke, Prop.
Shiner, :: :; :: Tex.
EniTOis Gazette: Wo are com
ing at you again, with our little
budget of gas,
Weather still stays dry.
signs of rain. I guess when it does
como it will lift tho trash.
School is progressing well with a
Say, Mr. Editor, when you camo
out to tho festival, how was it that
you had so much trouble in finding
tho way? You ought to havo put
your iSoso straight on tho road and
then followed it. ' Glad you had a
good timo whon you got hero though.
Fine folks in our neighborhood, are
(Tho fact is wo tried to follow
our nose but it led uu into trouble
good, excepting co!ds
Tho now house of Mr. Clark is
very near complete. IIo has Mr.
II. Timer a lirst-class carpenter,
putting it up.
We hear that Thos. Leazar and
Will Cherry will start for the Ind
ian Territory in a few days, where
thoy will feed cattle.
Some of our oldest citizens aro
selling out to the Germans.
Wo hopo tho Gazette good suc
G. STOLZ, Pro.
W. J. CA11NS, ag'
' SHINER, TEXAS.
Wo aro requested to oorrcct a
mistako in tho last issue in which
our corrcsnondent was m.ido to say
Wnltliai u. I'. nampii uaci mei, a gimsi
i,u'i.. it i ni.i .r.. .,!... 'ck
ill lliu ruau ne.n ym .ui.u.hmi. i i.u
namo should read Hamil, not
GIVE HIM YOUR
ORDERS AXD YOU
WILL RE PLEASED.
Pianos ane Organs.'
I handle tho WIIEELOCK nnd tho
STECK it CO. celebrated Pianos,
Estoy, Camp &. Co., and Storey
& Clark Organs.
Send all Orders to
W. J. OAlilsTEJS.
Whilo in Yoakum, Friday,
tho Gazette man lundo tho ac
quaintance of Mr. A. M. Kennedy,
tho new editor and proprietor of the
Yoakum Graphic. Wo found bim
to bo a gentleman of fine address
and we bcliovo that under his man
agement tho Graphio will continuo
to bo a, brilliant success. He is a
newspaper man of long experience
and exceptional abilities.
EIDSON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AIID EU2GE0K.
Offico next door to Grave's drug;
store. Office hours at all time3
during tho day. Calls promptly
answored day and night.
Shiner, - t ?Jua
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