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VOL. 1.
SHINER, LAVACA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY, 31, 1894.
NO. 40
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h Conns, IJnthinor, Hnnts.
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Slices, Hats and Cap:
HARDWARE, WOOD Ann WILLOWWARE, ad
Q"n raiW9 in ti o
Aorkt foh NEW HOME SEWINC MACHINE, WALTER A. WOOD
MOWING MACHINES and RAKES, JOHN DEERE PLOWS,
CULTIVATORS and STALK CUTTERS and BAN
NER PLANTERS.
Also Avery Stalk Cutters and
Louisville Cotton and Corn
Planter.
All kinds of Country
produce bought at high
est market prices. Cash
Paid for cotton Seed.
227" Soe that Feathcrbonol
Lumber
M'Mim
wind
Mills
O.L. WILLIAMS,
lumberyard:
Lumber, doors, sash,
blinds, moulding
And everything kept in a
first class lumber yard.
wagons
jhiMii'iisSlA
Shingles
J.E.MERSEBURGER
California Fruits,
Fancy Candies,
Ico Cream and
Stationery.
Soo our C, 10 anrt iiC cent
Bargain Counter, s.
SlIINEE, - fKX.
Stab Saloqh.
HDOLPH STEPHHN, Proprietor.
Oity Beer. Canned Goods a.nci
Lunoh. of all EZincis.
Situated next to Flato & Green's Lumber Yard.
SHINER, - TEXAS
D. G. HELBIERS,
S5sic3.dLles, Harness
Skcl Oollsixs.
.A-lso .A.gent for tlie
xJ3srioisr sErwinsro- eokehstej.
First class work and low prices. Give him a call.on West Main Stieet
SHINER, .... TEXAS.
RATHBONE, K. of P. LODGE.
Meets fir'-t and third Fliday
nights in each month. S A Curries,
CCj E F P oilman, V 0; C L
WiUiatns. Prelate; Sam F Nave,
Kof R and S; John Ulohm, M W;
Louis Tr.iutwein.M E;T J Buikett,
M F; J W Holloway, M A; P L
McCuidy, I G; C F Richter, 0 G:
o. u. ii b.
Meets the first and thiid mon
day in each month at Mouis Hall.
OFFICERS.
Ex-President Max E. Wolters,
Piesident John 0. Blohm, Vico
Piesident Wm. Zander, Sec. Albin
Hummel, Ties. J. H. Hucbncr.
'IRUSTEES.
Gus Lueirsen, .Inlins Ihieger,
Leo Veit, G. Clias. Pfuil I. G. Got
IIelwig,O.G W. F.Pfeil.
fi
Long Leaf Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber.
WK are receivinS daily car loads of LUMBER and our stock is being constantlj replenished.
i o will not bo undersold by anv lumber firm in tho country Wo havo SHINGLES, SASHED DOOR -
!!.,rN3S' BUJ.Lr)pu's HARDWARE and the genuine GLIDDEN BARBED WIRF and riP.E-PROOl'
it i "onlsodeal in Live Stock; oin yard is just below the Aiansas Pass depot. Oni cluv
and book keener, Or. W. Eschenburg, speaks both German and Bohemian and is too well and hnoml.lv
known to need any further recommendation at onr hands.
Gall a-ucl Soe Us at
SHINER, TEX.
FLHTO & GREE
STOVE, TIN and HARDWAREI
MANUFACTURERS of
Galvanized Iron Tanks,
ROOFING,
GUTTERING,
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welrjeaise.r) (k oo,
FLUES.
'rjirjer, "("oxas.
City Barber Shop,
WB ilmt Ip3
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A. C. KOEPKE, PROPRIETOR.
Call on me and pet a neat Shave, a good Shampoo, Sea Foam or
Tome A tiul application of uiy Dandruff Cure lree. Hair cutting in
all the latest 8tlei. Two first-class chairs and two good workmen.
SHINER, TEXAS.
pAM F. NAVE, M. D., TV J L. EIDSON, M. D.,
General Practitioner. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Shiner, Texas. Offico next door to Gravo's drug
Office betw en Welhauson's and 8tor- Office hours at all times
tho drugstore. CM piomptly at- (luting tho day. Calls promptly
tenofd. Rcbidcnco oppoito Metli- answcied day and night,
odist ehuich. Shiner, Texas
C T. MITCHELL, M. D., y J. WARNOCK,
OFFICE HOURS:
All times during tho day. Office
next door to Wangemann's store.
Calls promptly attended to.
Shiner, Texas.
Correspondence.
agOTJTjTOaT.
it's local xrws.
Moui row, Tux as
Editor Gazetth;
To say It is ''After the Ball;" tho
veiy day, the town and the places
of the people is suggestive of ''After
tho Ball," though no one is singing
it. They aie scarcely able to sound
a note.
It is dry. Rain is needed, and
will bo ery badly needed if it does
not arihe soon. Wo could stand
a host of it just now. Our ciops
are the very bed now, but can't
so lemaiu much longer without
lain.
Witnesses in the S. S. BurUctt
t.
ZAHN-AKTZ.
Hallettsville, Texas.
Will be in Shiner from 1st to 5th
of overy month.
case in Fa otte county arc in de
mand. Wo all have to go to La
Grange.
Mrs. I. II. Anderson has left us
and Mr, Anderson soon follows to
their new homo at Altaloma, The
are going to tiy the fruit conutiy
and feast on berries and cream,
Mis. LRehmct, who has been
quite Bick, isimpioving. They aio
blessed with a son,
Tho thiee balls in town attracted
considerably from the attendance
upoiv'Uncle Jo9h"Thuisday night.
It was a bad night for tho Shiner
Theitrical Company. We regiet
very much that it was Thursday
night, any other night would havo
been bettor for the company, and
would havo shown up more of
the Moulton people, in attendance.
Horace,
VALLEY VIEW FARM.
Editor Gazktte:
Tho Batclielor is sorry to say
that he has neglected his businiKS
for tho sako of pleasure and did
not collect the locals from heio
until lato last week, but in the iu
tme will try to bo moro punctual,
for tho r.aders of tho GA7mK
know that procrastination is the
thief of time. Jam in a woisolix
than that, for last week a Moultun
maiden stole my heart.
Work on the farmB w ill soon be
at a stand ttill. for the lael of
omething to do, as the farmers aio
well up with the work.
The neither is simply beautiful.
We do not think that theia is a
place in Texas where thoio is moio
real progiess and industiy than m
the farming district mound Valley
View. I will stake my leputation
(grand lanjal) in a bet that theie
is not a hat full of weeds or graes
in the crops oniII. Plato's farm
want to liolp iiiiy'oncsVfcws.yjrTriCT-"'-is
too good alie.idy.
Mesdames Hoife and PMlipH
weio in Shiner last week with a
coop full of yellow legged, frying
suod chickens, pioducts oi om
poultiyjaul. They report good
piices, leady sales and cash mone.
and btilUome people ay that thrje
is no money in tho country, but,
"Shinei wasn't built that way '
and it's people do like jellow Ug
g"d chickens.
Our young fiiends.Robert Harms
William Wimpkens, of the Moul
neighborhood, Hammel House, of
Sublime, Richaid Teken, fioin thu
hill country and Robert Belluni,
of Milton's Paradibo faim, pstKiI
a pleasant day on the Valley View
farm last Sundiy.
Tho Valley View Pleasure Stckcie
club continues to grow.
Miss Ida Franks, of the Shinei
vicinity, in company with Mir
Biode, weiethegmstsof the Misn
Tuik, of Live Oak Bend last Sun
day. Onr, "chief musician, Mr. Bicis,
and his son John, took in the pic
nic at Weid last Monday, furm-li-ing
Music for tho ball at night,
'lhoie is tn boa ball at the Hcunis
platform next Saturday night. Oui
boys aio anticipating a gland time
Taiantulas, lattlo snakes and
peddlers aro the most numcious
and botheisome pests nclmein our
countiy now.
Mr Lee Galloway, of Graon
county, a lelative of A.N. Bellanir.
is in our country at present apd
intends to make this his futmu
home. Batciibioi.
V.
lit
At Clias. Muccko'H.
Ladies Oxford slippers sold elss
where for 11.25, I will sell foi i'O
cents cash. Ladies Atlas shoes in
stock. Mason's half gallon fiuit
jars itl.2o per dozen,
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