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title: 'Shiner gazette. (Shiner, Tex.) 1893-current, November 02, 1893, Image 5',
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NORTH ND RHILROHD HJZENUEP
staple and fancy groceries.
These gentlemen are prepared to fit you out in first-class style
m the line of family groceries, toilet articles and glassware
They also deal in all kinds of country produce. Best of attcn
tioii paid to customers; free delivery to all parts of the city
(iive tnem a can and look over their large stock of fresh
Agent for all NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, etc. Slate
Papers a specialty.
Hand in your monev and save postage and exohange.
Office at the Post office.
Upmd tfod$, Splji, ailip
Lunch at all Houra. Fresh Oity Beet always on Tap,
Siiiner, :: .! :! :: :: :: Tkxas.
1 have, opened up a Millinery Shop in Shiner adjoining S. A.
Carnes it Bros.' Btore and will bo glad to see all who need anything in
ny line, which consists of
HATS, TJEIMMIlTGrS. PLlBBOnSTs.
I (eel confident that I can give perfect satisfaction.
MISS KAWHIE NOLAM.
TRAUT'WEIN & WOLTERS,
l '' MILLERS AND G-INNERS,
These gentlemen have secured all the latest improvements in ginning
machinery and havo spared no expenso in this line. Their
gin has a capacity of 100 hales per day J and they can
.- .guarantee satisfaction.
Local time tahlo of tho S.m An
tonio it Aransas Pass Railway:
Gonzales mixed, south bound,
passes Shiner at 12:0,) P. M. West
bound at 3:22 P. M.
Waco Express,. south, to Yoakum
1:24 P. M. North 2:.-0 P. 51.
Shiner Lodge, No. Ill, A, 0. U, W.
Meats th second Monday In each
month, at the Moirls hall.
M. E. Woliers, V. M. W.i J C.
lllohtn. M . W. : E. T, Rulinuinn, 1'oie.
mail,; Julius Wol-.cis, Ovcisoor. 11.
1'. Woltoii, Recorder- P. O. Smith,
FInanceer: Loula Wajicner, Hcceiver
Louis Truutwelii, Guide; (Jus V.in
newltz, I, W. Henry Wemkcu, O. W.
Trustees:!;. T. Ituliinann. Dr. Eld
sou. J. A. Walters. Dr. Bldson, 31. 13.
Blnecher Lodge 'Ho. 20, 0. D. H, S.
Meets tho first and; third
Monday of each month, at tho Morris
M. E. Wolters, President; John O.
lilolim, Vlcol'ipstdunt; Alvln Hum
mel, See.; J. II. Hiiobncr, Tieas.;
1'iunz.T. Mayer, Quldn; Otto lJeln
huuse.I. W,l Clias. Kuscl, O. W.i
Trustees : Wm. Wetidtland, Gus
Xiucrsen, Julius Briefer.
Eothbone Lodge: K, of P.
Meets first and thlid Trlday nights
In each month. '
E. J. Malr, O. O.i Louis Culpepper,
V. C.; Tom liurkett, K. of It. and .;
H. A, Curnes, Tieas. S. J. VounKi.
Prolate. Jack Culpepper, M A., O,
II. 1'lato, M. P., C. L. Williams. M.
W P. L. MeCurdy, I. G., Churles
lllchter. O. G.
Mayor, J. W. Holloway,
Marshal R. II. Loessln.
Board Op Ai.deuman.n.
M. E. Wolters.
J. C. Blohm.
E. P. Wolters. '
&. F. Nave,
Will Kuesel was up from Yoa
Ed. Boehm of Moulton was in
Miss Tonnlo Lieok vi.-itcd Fla
Miss Tildy Franko returned
from Yoakum, Friday.
Mrs. Frank Dickson returned
to her homo at Kenedy Junction,
Dr, Eidsop and Mark Orifl'm
went .to San Antonio Monday on
Aug. Schmidt moved tho
household effects of Will Sncar to
The Row Father Iknes of
Moulton called at the Gazette
ollico Saturday and left a cash sul -scription.
SAM F. NAVE, M. D.,' '
Office between E. F. Ruhmann's
and tho drug store.
Calls promptly attended. Resi
dence opposito Methodist church.
Call on tho City Barber Shop for a
neat shave, shampoo or sea foam.
Hair cutting iif all etvles. pompa
dour a specialty. Two comfort
able chair3 and two good work
men. A. C. Koepke, Prop.
Moulton Inst, Oct. 2,'i.
Editor Gazette: Not much
nowe again this week.
Col. Wm. Cooper returned from
tho coast several days ago. They
report a nico time, plenty of fish
to cat while there.
Tliero was a party at Mr, Alex
Wccms' last Friday night.- The
young pcoplo report a very nice
time, except some of tho hoys had
a little too much of that which
mado them a little drowsy,
Thero was preaching at the
Primitive Baptist church last Sat
urday and Sunday. Also at tho
Missionary church Saturday night
Mr. Clark will soon have his new
house at tho Instituto completed.
Cupid's dart had piorcod their
hearts and now Wo know it.
Our Sunday School is progressing
woll; it has such good leaden". Tho
people can't help going but sonic of
them can't bo satisfied with Old
Moulton. They have to go over to
New Moulton and help the igno
rant there. Success to tho Ga
Dil.woiiTH, Oct. SO.
Editor Gazette: The proverb
says ,-no news is good n?ws." Your
correspondent is not exactly in
that position, yet thero is very lit
tle news to send you.
That tho weather is still dry
goes without saying hut health in
this locality is good, so much so
that tho prospective advent of Drs,
Mlnton does not augur very festive
ly for their professional practice,
uiiworin is not on a boom but
ilr.'ll.. Iv. Jones has on tho way
Tim Tnatiintn a-linnl ,i,,;,, I soveral new rent houses and what
well, nearly one hundred pupiU in1 is better the tenants are ready as
A difficulty occurred on. Peach
creek, between Flatonia and Wael
dor last Monday night in which
Mr. Poll Miller was cut with a
knife and Mr. Naco Miller was
knocked down with a , though
neither of them wore seriously
Old Uncle 0. W. Thoma3ou from
the Colony and also Mrs. McLean
woro visiting at tho Instituto last
Friday and returned homo to-day.
Uncle Gcorgo T. U an old Texan
and lived mar tho Institute for a
Mr. Will Cherry of tho Imlitute
will leave for tho Territory in? a
few days for tho purpose of work
Mr. Leo Lewis returned a few
days ago from Milam county, where
ho had been visiting his brother.
Ho reports dull times in that part
of the 'state.
Now, Mr. Editor, after this wc
will bo very careful not to report
anything until it happens, as wo
find it won't do to report rumors,
but wo will report anything worth
reporting hereafter as soon as it
happens, oven it it is somo 01
nico young men cettinK married,
joining the church, running away, Hnync9 being on
n ,.,. Il.it,.. ,-. .. 1,11. ,,,, ' 41. .. I . " . . i .
ui miming u.i uuni oiuta ui in- minting expedition.
bo Hero gOO i to tie 0nri,tn MIn of tlini.ncfinn l,n,n
soon as tno nouses are so. lie is
also putting older built ones in
Several removal wagons have
posscd through hero this week for
Cotton has been coming in quite
lively and tho Hartsch Bros.' gin
lias been kopt busy. Indeed as far
as the season has gone iheso gent
lemen are to bo complimented; for
although tho gin ha? not been at
any time run to its full capacity
tho business done has been telling.
As an instance of their style of do
ing business it may bo mentioned
that on Friday night they loaded
by moonlight a carload of cotton
feed. Thi car had been set in tho
sido track by tho over accomodating
S. A. & A. P. R'y at -1 o'clock p. m.
and whisked off next day to the oil
mills tit Houston.
Our worthy postmaster has had
his spouso here for a few days from
Sandy Fork, thero not yet being
thorough family accomodations
hero with tho post ollice. who has
been doing tho womanly duty of
nursing and cheering Mrs. Ilaynes
in her illness from tho buggy acci
dent recorded a week ago. Mrs.
Ilaynes is rapidly recovering with
.Mrs. Ilrainham as companion, .Mr.
road at once,
Oazktti:, Editor Ward and the
sandy little city of Shiner.
Moulton Institute. No. t:.
Moui.tok Inst. Oct. 29.
Editor Gazette: Well it is
still dry; all appearance of rain
has goilo with this north wind.
A good many wells havo gono
dry in this neighborhood.
Miss Tennlo Leach and Mr. Ed.
could not remain away altogether
but puKiru tins way last wcolc driv
ing to Yoakum to attend a ball, No
mention has been of "After tho
Ball'." Her chief admirer could
not stand Dilworthany longer, con
Bcqnontly shook the liilworth dust
from olfliis sandalrj and left pre
sumably for the same destination
and naturally every one has the
query on tonguo tit) Will Charlie
succeed? If it will do him any
good the Dilworthites hope ho
H'Lli I...1 .!. I.-!.,..,-
11 line ivuru iiiurrieu 111 inu unuu a , may.
home, then all tho young people re- Tho fact has been stated provi
iiitu iu i'liieuu biiGri'jr r, iviiuiu ouBly tlmf tliero is plenty 01 wate
uiuj eiijujuu 11 mw jjieii!-mii jiuurs
dancing. While congratulating
onooftho Institute's young men
thought ho would kiss the brido
but she said nix. Poor fellow, wo
can feel for him- but can't quito
Tho young men formed a literary
club iho Hogg club at the In
stitute, Friday night with a full
Tho farmers are fooling their
timo away with the fall crop of cot
ton, which is not much.
Prayer mceting'last night (Sun
day) and some of. tho young mon
tried to tell tho people how bad
they were but they left tljeir text
and cot off on matrimony.
We havo thought eomo time that!
in Dilworth. The samo can bo said
of beer. A Sindennan holds tho
faucet and tho stack of empty kega
is a standing testimony to tho fact.
On Saturday tho crowd of horse
men and horsowomen, thirsty and
othcrwiso that a as around Mr.
Sindermann's store, was immense.
This young gentleman although
only such a short timo started in
business hero appears to mako a
success of it. The people around
aro beginning to realize and ap
preciate tho advantages of having
a storo in their midst where the
Sto.newaM, Inst. Oct. 20
Editor Gazette: Well hero wc
arc again with the samo old dry
weather cry. Wo havo been think
ing for omctiino that if it did not
rain soon tho stock would eat the
grass roots and all and some pcoplo
said the cattlo would eat the roads
also hut now they say the buzzard:)
will cat the cattle.
Wo havo a very fine postoak and
live oak mast hut no one can let
their hogs run out to got tho bene
fit of it on account of tho hog law.
Health is very good now.
Wo aro expecting tome of tho
young men of this neighborhood to
have business with tho county
Some of tho farmers aro making
preparations to raiso another crop
of that valuable, thirty-fivo cent
corn and six cent cotton. They
say that If cotton will only stay up
one more year they will havo
enough means to do them for somo
time and then they aro willing to
rustic from then on.
School is getting along nice and
smooth at Stonewall now. Wo ex
pect to havo a concert about Christ
mas. Stockmen's hearts are heating
loud and fast.
Wisdom Grant, colored, will
have plenty of water soon, rain or
no rain. Ho ntarftd in to dig a
well tho other day and has got it
down seven feet up to date without
visible results. Weuavisiiei;.
(Como again, Wellwisher. En.)
Cheapest Place rou Youn Ct-ont-
G. STOLZ, Pro.
W. J. CAENS, ag-'t,
GIVE HIM YOUR
ORDERS AND YOU
WILL BE PLEASED.
Pianos ane Organs.
I handlo tho W1IEELOCK and tho
STUCK .t CO. celebrated Pianos,
Estcy, Cam) it Co., and Storey
& Clark Organs.
Send all Orders to
"W. J. O.R.3STES.
L. EIDSON, M. I).,
PHYSICIAN AND SUEQE01L
OHico next door to Grave's drug
requisite merchandise is kept for store. Ollico hours at all times
their necessities without having to' during the day. Calls promptly
go .tever.ii m icsurwieriur supplies, answered day and night.
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