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SHINER
GAZETTE.
VOL. 1.
SHINER, LAVAOA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE.I14, 1894.
NO. 51
Wangemann,
DPALnn i.s
mk Clothin
Shoes, Hats and Caps, Groceries,
HAllOW 1!E, WOOD axi WILLOWWAUK, and
A.G.
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gi Boots,
cimaise
Aakit for N'EW HOME SEWINC MACHINK, WALTER A. WOOD
ItOWrSd MACIIINKS and RAKKS, JOHN DKKRE PLOWS,
CULTIVATORS and STALK CUTTKHS mi HAN
KER PLANTERS. Agent for New Home Sewing Machine!.
Also Avery Stalk Cutleru anil
Louisvillo Cotton anil Corn
Planter.
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All kinds of Country
produce bought at high
est market prices. Cash
Paid for cotton Seed.
00S that Fetherbonel
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smwn$fi&fm K-iiaMsi-sivi:.
lirn,wllC! Klirwvinn 11 n nlvn --wr -- -l V
lmills,cypress well curbing, etc.
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I-i'u.m.'toex Dealers .
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C.L. WILLIAMS,
LUMBERYARD.
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Lumber. ,doore, sash,
blinds, moulding
And everything kept in a
first class lumber yard.
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iTown Lots Improved and Unimprovedj
J.E.MERSEBURGER
California Fruits,
Fancy Candies,
Ico Cream and
Stationery.
Seonnrft, IO mill 25 cent
Httrguin Counters.
Smxxn, - Tex.
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1 Salooh.
KDOLPH STEPHEN, Proprietor.
Oit.y Beeri Canned Qoods and
Lunoh of a.11 ICLnds.
Situated noxt to Flato 4 Green's Lumber Yard.
SIHXKU, - TEXAS
D. G. HELMERS,
Saddles, Harness
and Collars.
Also Agent for tlie
XT3srio3sr sE-wnsro- i-a-ckchsth.
Flt class work and low prices.'Givc him a eall.on Went Main Street
SHINER. .... TEXA8.
RATIIBON13, K. of T. LOlKiK.
Meets first and third Friday
nights in ach month. S A Carnes,
C C; E V Rahman, V C; C h
Williams. Prelate; Sam F Nave.
KofR and S; John Ulahm, M W;
Louis Trautwein.M E;T J Burkett,
MFj J WHolloway, M A; P L
MeCirdy, I G; C F Richter, 0 G.
O. 1). H. S.
Meets the first and third mon
thly in each month at Morris Hall.
OFFICERS.
Ex-President Max E. Woiters,
President John C. Ulohm, Vice
President Wm. Zander, Seo. Albin
llummel, Tres. J. II. Huebner.
TRUSTEES.
Gus Luerreen. Julius lirleger,
Leo Veit, G. Chas. Pfcil I. G. Got
Hclwig, 0, G. Wi F. Pfeih
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plumber, shingles, sash, blinds,
M doors, brick, wind mills, etc.
1 Genuine Grlidden Barbed Wire.
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ST07E, TIN and HARDWARE!
QPKAL AJKV-AUvf SW
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MAKUrACTURKKS OT
Galvanized Iron Tanks,
BOOFIMG,
'fe CK111U,
FLVKS.
Wclauscr) (L Go., rjirjer. Y0XGts
City Barber Shop,
A. 0. KOEPKE, PR0P1UET011.
Call c i in and get a ueut Shave, a good Eh.impoo, Sea Foam or
Tonic. A i il application of my D.mdruff Cure free. Hair cutting in
all th latea. -.1 u-a Two first-class chairs and tiro good workmen.
QAM V. VE M ,
Genu: ill iinrUtlonc
.11 L. KIDSON, M. 1).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Shinei, TejjH. OHice next door to Grave's diuj
OBicc bet"n Wi-lbaUHa.. and tore- Office hours at all times
the drngstoi- Calls, promptly at- during the day. Calls promptly
tended. Usi.i-nce oppos.te Moth- answered day and night,
odist church 'Shiner, Texas
F.
T.uni hj:il, m. d.,
w,
J. W A KNOCK.
OFIiCK HOURS
All timn dunug the day Office;
next door to Wangemunn's store. .'
Calls promptly attended to. I
Sbiair,
Oexitist-
ZAHN-ARTZ.
IIullettsillc, Texas.
Will be in Shiner from 1st to 5th
Tcas.of Dvory month.
Correspondence.
MOULTOlsr.
IT'S LOCAL SCWS.
Morrro.v, Texas.
EDIT0B GAfc'lTEi
Splendid rains btve fallen and
crops are in ixcelleut condition.
Tbedemii at held then primary
hsreSaturdu Delegates to the
county con.aiition go instiucted
for Lane for congiess and unin-
structed for anyone olso.
Hon. Waller Gresham made a
short speech hem Friday night.
Alargccrettd af Flatonia peo
plo vore down Suturday to help
Moulton hold hor convention, for
which Moulton is trulj thankful.
A snull party of Moullonites
went down to the Giudaloupo liver
Saturday on a fishing expedition,
letnrning Sunday.
Fiod Lueke and Alex KoUebuo
spent a few hours in Shiner last
Sunday
Miss Besile Burnt, a beautilul
and accomplished young lady of
Flatonia, was visiting in Moulton
last week,
Country Boy,
Motiton Institute.
Mni'UON I.NHT.
Kin run GAhriE
11 you will allow me space in
your valuable paper, I will try
and write a few Ulois from our
little itlige.
Mr. Davo Hughs has gone to
Wichita on a unit and to look out
for a new home.
Mi. llcrelord and hii daugklci
Mrs, Fiank Waller, want to Weim
ar on a Mbit lait week.
A hop was gnen at the rcudenco
of Mr Hooper ht Fnd.iy nifh'
for the benelit ui the little folk".
Weleain that Mr. Zannio Kuer
is on the sick list.
Mr. James Johnson, Sr went
into the woods wettof tho InBtitulo
the other day and cut two bee
tiees, from which he realized su
pounds of boncy.
,Ed .White, of, Flatonia, .wav hi
our midst Sunday.
We learn from our post matUr,
Major Holmes, who tendered bis
resignation as post mastor eciu
tune ago, that there is some hopiu
of our post odice being retaini.il .i
while longer yet,
Will Leaztr took a lot of plums
to Flatonia last week and sold thiiii
for fitty cents a bucket.
Plenty of watermtlons are ion -iug
in now.
Mr. Morgan, of Flatonia, w, is in
our ullage bunday to see his but
girl.
Look out fur a wedding soon.
Joe Spears informs us tb it lio
will go to Uallettsville next uit-1;
to stand an examination loi
teacher.
John Coleman i" all Biniles noa j
anothir daughter.
The culuied population are going
to celebrate the l'lth at Moulton in
the La rata Park.
Kd Clark spent Thursday mid
Friday with bis father and then
returned home.
John Tamienberger says that tho
world might be round, but you
can't make him believe that thu
Mississippi Kiier runs up hill. Ho
says that Mr. Mauray is not the
only smart man in this woild,
The convention at .Moulton in
structed for Lane for congress and
Schliecber for land commiioiu i,
There wus quite a crowd prennt.
Well, as my nows are gating
scarce I will come to a cloee, ami
besides it is pretty near time to
feed the hogs.
Oiishim k.
On account of the state Republi
can League to be held at Foi t Woith
June 11th and HUh, the b A A- A P
Ry will sell round trip tiiketH to
that point, via Waco, at one furo
plus 50 cents, limited to return
June 15.
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