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Shiner gazette. [volume] (Shiner, Tex.) 1893-current, July 05, 1894, Image 1

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SHINER, LAVAOA COUNTY, TEXAS, THUKSDAY MORNING, JULY 5, 1894.
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A. G. Wangbmann.
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1 SIisgs, Hats and Gaps, Grocorios,
HAEDWAKE, WOOD Asr. WILLOWWARE,
NO.
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wen roa-N'SW ROME S3WINC MACHINE, WALTER A. WOOD.
MOWIS'G MACHINES Asi RAKES, JOHN DEERE PLOW?,
CULTIVATORS am STALK CUTTERS and BAN
NER PLANTERS, Agent for New Horns Sewing M&chiner.
Also Avery Stalk Cutters and
-I- t lC fA Louisville Cottou and Cora
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All kinds of Country
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flimK .-'
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jjlumbor, shingles, sash, blinds,
doors, brick, wind mills, etc.
pv MF produce bought at kigh-T''i--1k
e3t market prices, Cash
SsT ."MPaid for cotton Seed.
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mcm v i e-ss--;8!
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,ST0VB, TIN and HARDWARE!
Mgr-S8 that Foatherbonal
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$Wagoiis, buggies, hacks, windfg
,typress well curbing, etcf
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MAXUrACXl'KEr.S OP
Galvanized Iron Tanks,
ROOFING,
GUTTERING,
FLl'KS.
k)z)&u$zr) .. O'irjcp. yoxSi
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O.L.. WILLIAMS,.
imair-YTr
Lximber, dooreaafe,
blinds, moulding
And everything kept in a
first clas3 lumber yard.
jTown Lota Improved and Unimproved.
ry
S2D WI3Zi
J.E.MERSEBUHQER
Mifornia Fruits,
Fancy Candies,
Ice Cream and
Stationery,
SoaourG, 10 ami 25 cent
Bargain Counters,
ISniSEB, - Tex
IHDOLPH STEPHHN,
S&r& Wl,ft':rHTlBcJ ll- M1
Proprietor, p
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ouion
ollc church Sunday,
G IV Crosby. ot'Gonmlcs oonnty,
had a wagon loud of fino penchek
in town Saturday.
Mrs II B Woodley wont dnirn to
Nickel Saturday afternonn and
stayed over Sunday visiting her
friends.
Tho many friend of Jack Bock
ory are speaking of taking ap a
collection to buy him a Homo. 1.
goes in their htarta to e. Jack,
tfalk hrae from 'h country ami
bring hisMcM'" , i ,1 i. rids,
It i UU h-: , . nfi dUif-. hi: I
wsaro liotgoin , ; , ;k i.s Ion ;
ths beta laun.
t ,. .vnlf Bo;.
VALLEY VIEW FARM.
I ivas reading a cojij'of tho I!.ii-
Ueral'i latt nrn-.whtch i
A. C. KOEFKE, PROPRIETOR.
Call on mc aud get n uet Shave, a good Shampoo, Sea Foam ox
Tonic. A trial application of my Dandruff Curo free, Uair cutting in
all the latest otylcu. Tito first-class chairs and two good workmen,
OAM F. NAVE. M. D..
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' General Practitioner.
Shiner, Texas.""
03i.je bstnxau Wclhauseu's and
tho drugstore. Calls promptly at
tenucd. Rei-adence opposite Meth
odic church.
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EIDSO.N, M. D.,
Cii'ty Beer. Oanned. Goods and
T-runola of all Kinds.
1 Situated noxt to Flato & Green's Lumber Yard.
SiHINER, - TEXAS
Agent for all Newspapers, Magazines, etc.
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State papers
a specialty. Office at the Fostoffice.
nd'in your Money and Save Postage and Exchange,
tATlflBOSE, K. of P. LODGE.
JcJri fir.4t and third Friday
jbta in-,cach month. S A Carnes,
E F IJuhman, v u; (J ij
Pam F Nave,
Hams,, Prelate
,f E and Sb John I31ohm, M Wj
l,ra TrniYJein.M E:T J Burkett,
W: J W Hctllowav, II A; P L
:fcrdy, I ckC F Richtcr, 0 G.
0. D. H. S.
Meets tho first and third mon
day in each month at Morris Hall,
OFFICERS.
4 Ex-P.resident Mas E. Woltors,
President John C. Blohm, Vico
President Win. Zander, See. Albin
Hummel, Tres. J. H, Huebncr.
URUSTEES.
Gus Lucrrson, Julius Briegcr,
Leo Veit, G.,Chas. Pfeil I. G. Got
Helwig, O. Gi W. F. Pfeil.
T. MITCHELL, M. D ' '
. Jim
OFFICE IIOURSf''
All times during the day. Office
next door to Wanaemann's storo.
' Rail, m-omntlv attended $&'.- Hallcttsvillo,
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office neit door to Grave's drug
store. Office hours at all times
during 'the day. Calls promptly
answered day and night.
Shiner, Texas
Shiner,
VU J. WAUXOCK,
-, Z3ezitist-
ZAHN-ARTZ.
Texas.
Will be in Shiner from 1st to 5th
Texas, 'of evory month.
Correspondence.
nvEouj-VT'oisr.
IT'S LOOAIi NEWS.
homo Thursday from Hope, whore
they havo been on a visit.
Col. C K Reeves and Master
Henry Vauhan wero in from Nickel
Saturday.
, T F, A C and Fred Jackson and
G E Hamil camo homo from Gal
veston Friday.
i G Buefcher Sons have put an
electric light plant in their oil
mill. "Onward and upward" is
their motto.
Mrs J T Thompson and her
charming daughter, Miss Alice,
Moultos, Texas.
Editor Gajzettb: , r
Quito's largo crowd of democrats
wero in town Saturday to attend
the primary.
"Thor wa a ball at the platform
id Jannseu'a pasture last Friday
nicht.
Ed Arnim cam diwn from Fia- 'per' a short time in town last
touia Friday and n&naihed ft few SatuHiT They were the guestslpf
hours, ffl Wr V IVv IP
Fannin Arnim agil wife canii t.icv. wore services at tho Cnth-
1K I seldom do.Ioame ncresa
the astoniehine remark that ''fjrac
little ono-hoHs correspondent oj,
the Shiner Ra'skti cover ia (on-
zalus county has ,,ci.u airing hiiu
oslfon tho ncr oltI house nuo
lion." saying tui i '.si 'hat "it wuolil
be advisable hr t1 iittlo h. y. c. lo
attend to his own 1. . linens." Now
wouhhi't that kil. vou? I hivvti
always hvard that ihodou that w
hit would be the first to yell, and
I guess that somebody was hit, for
he sure yelled. Excuse mo while
I cry.
Last Saturday morning about
tsinc o'clock every ono at ValUy
View Farm was startled by a long,
keen blast from a tloam whistlo
and every dog in tho country
tucked his tail and ran under tho
house For a moment wo did not
know from whence the sound came,
thou we thought of J. B. Tucker
and his new mill and gin and a
shout went up from tho multitude
rejoicing oviv the fact that our
country is itill pvogro-sin.
The social hop at Richard Tlj
ken's new saloon hist BiturcUy
night was all that the lovers' of
poetry of motion cjuhl desire. The
sweetest mueic was furnished by
tho Holly Bros., our local band!
and tho refreshments wero simply
splendid. Dick says he is going t
giva us another ono before he moves
in. All we can say is let 'or
come.
Win, Wiscmnnn, of Shiner, spant
Saturday night here, going homa
Sunday.
The Misses Frank,of near Shiner
spent Saturday and Sunday with'
tho Misses Turk.
Mr. Gcorgo Washington, an in
direct descendant of the great old
goueral, and Mr. Mills, (not R. Q. )
both respected citizens of Fayette
county, camo down and took up
claims for another year on th
Groen plantation. More patrons
for tho Gazette.
Mr. Editor, yon aro authoro?"d
to announce that Valley View
Farm will vote as a unit' for Bill
Jones for shcrilfof Gonzales county
aud for all other men who are nom
inated by tho democratic party.
A wholo Svagon load of Beaux
aud Belles of Shine spjnt Sunav
near herp on the river.
BATCnELOR,

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