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VOL 2.
SHINER, LAYAOA COUNTY, TEXAS, THUBSDAY MORNING, AUG. 2,1894.
NO. 6
A.G.
ANGEMANN,
pEAtEB IN
Dor Goods, C
othing, Boots,
Slxoes, Hats and Caps, Groceries,
HARDWARE, WOdD asd WILLOWAVARB, and
lTL ms;liiid.isee
Ajkt for NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE, WALTER A. WOOD
MOWING MACHINES ahd-RAKKS, JOHN DEERE rLOWS,
CULTIVATORS and STALK, CUTTERS axd BAN-
NER, PLANTERS. Agent for Jew Home Sewing Mackine.
Also Avary Stale Onttin and
Lsuisville Cotto and Corn
Planter.
All kinds of Country"
produce bought at high
est maricet priced. Uisn
Paid for cotton Seed.
03T&M that rthrbnf
vmmmW
!LLLLflMflffe
AWi't:Hfi:Khiytxifij teatxtKtiS
m wagons, Dueeies. naoKs. wind
mills, cvnress
well curbing, genuino (Midden and Waukegen
barbed wire, buildors' hardware, etc.
0.1. WILIJ'AMS,
LUMBERYARD.
o . o o ..o a oo
Lumber, ors M&i '
blinds, jnonldla
And everything kep'J"' m a
first class lumber, yarcL .
Town Lots Improved
J.'ftiteSEBURGER
California Fruits,
Fancy
Ice Cream and
Candles,
Stationery.
Boeoor'C, 10 and 25 cent
Bargain Counters.
Scikeb, - Tax.
$
I
14 I si
in P
Ill I v y
5. " . Ml I
III 5 1 V
JMMP0
and tngnj)vedj
Msssii
JpaSBEBSSffi
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LEADERS.
FLHTOS GREEN,
pumber, shingles, sash, blinds,
doors, brick, wind mills, etc.
0omuine Glidden. Barbed Wire.
efl r$ &
1.5? J Wh
'" I'll r fc !u,
ill Jra
PJiM il
HJZ. '-ID
HfiKsfi:W::W:i
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STOVE, TIN and HARDWARE!
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ce.
Stab Salqoh
KDOLPH STEPHHN, Proprietor.
Oity Beer. Canned Goods and
L-unoli of all Kinds.
Situated next to Flato & Greon's Lumber Yard.
SHINER, - . - - TEXAS
August Stephan5
MILLER AND GINNER.
Tbe nenc3t and best of machineny. Can gin from 41 to 43 balei per
day. Good treatment guaranteed, Full weights given all of my
caBtomers, Will gin as cheap as any gin in the county. A
trial' is all I ask. '
AUG.STEPHAN, SHINER. TEXA8.
Bring your Cotton this season to the old Reliable GINNERS,
TRAUTWE1N-& WOLTERS.
They are better prepared than everHb do gbVd work. The best Ma
chinery. Ginning capacity, 100 Bales per day.
SHINER,
TEXAS
auscr)
UAJCDFACTOI1S3
Galranized Iron Tanks,
ROOFING,
GUTTERING
LUK&
Srjfijcr, ycxBs
FURNITURE!
In Immense Stock at-
BL0HM& HAHNKE'S.
Which they nro dlsposlnR of ut cloce tlRures. They deal In nil kinds of oils,
paints, Tarnishes nrnl an nulslto line of wall paper, 'lhoy lave on huod
aflrst-class lot ofcotflns, T:ieso frentlorpen mo constiinflYTInnreaBlns
tbelr stock, OIto thomeall and Ret loo (.onts vorth foi.ouo dollar.
City Barber SHop,
BsT , warn ii
A. 0. KOtePKE, PROPRIETOR.
Callonm.adgetanelBDw.S'od flbmpoo, Be Fean or
Tsnic A trial application f my Dfidriff uuri tree. a.r c, .u
all th lateit ilyles. Two Crat-olaii ohaV. d two good norkmeo.
OAM F. NAVE, U. D.,
Geaaral Practitioner.
Shiner, Texas.
OflTioe between Welbatiten's and
the drugstore. Calls promptly at
tended. Residence opposite Meth
odist church.
F.
T. MITCHELL, M. D.,
OFFICE HOURS;
All times daring the day. Office
next door to Wan gemann'a store.
Calls promptly fttteaded to.
8hiner, Texas.
111 L. BIU?0N, M. D
PHYSICIAN AK SURGEON.
Office next door to Gra"' drug
store. Office hours at all t.'coes
during the day. Calls promptly-
answered day and sight.
Shiner, Texas
V(J J. WARNOCK,
Dentist.
ZAHN-ARTZ.
HalletUville, Texas.
Will be in Shiner from 1st to Eth
of every month.
HB1NE.Y KUESBL,
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER.
Mr. KueselTiaa secured the solo right to Sell the celebrated
patent hame hook in Lavaca and DoWitt counties. Ho has
on band a fine stock of Baddies, Whips, Harness, etc. and
turns out non but first-class work. a OAKUM, IfcAAb.
Correspondence.
MOULTOlSr.
IT'S LOCAL NEWS.
Moulton, Ttx 3,
Kdixob Gazette
Tho first bale of new cotton u ;ib
sold here testerday. It nas rmiid
by Stephen Janata and sold to Ed.
Boehm. It was classed as good
middling weighed 503 pounds ami
brought GSccnts per pound witha
glass uf beer as a picmiuui.
I hae been feeling so bidsinre
the barbecue I could not get up any
ncwo this wqek, am aful sorr) but
can't help it.
Col'ltTIlY Bov.
(We extend our tympathie"; no
know ju6t how you feel. We liao
been there. Ed.)
Monltou Institute.
JIoulio.n Isar.
EDITOB GAZETfE
Afte,r anpthcr .nice,' refrcMitng1
shower we are tempted tci write a
gain. Grass is" iinning to look
fine and there '.yill soon be fin.
grazing for slock which will be a
great blessing, as a great many a
round here wero feeding their stock
on account of no griss. ,
Miss Delia Hnmil who has been
at Comstock Tex. arrived hern Sun
day. Mr. E. W. Walker has gone to
Corpus Christl. His best girl in
duwu there you know.
Wo hear the blowing of the gin
whistles around, to wo Inftr from
that cotton is beginning to come in.
There was a hop at the residence
of Johu Coleman Wednesday night.
We thought it was about time that
John was given u dance.
We learn that some of our people
here will attend the big to do at
Yoakum on the 2Sth.
llr. Jane Franks is visiting Duvn
Hughs and family.
A. F. McKay and wife of Moul
ton wsre visiting Wm. Cooper auu
fiiiiily Sunday.
Dr. Lancaster of Moulton paBted
through nsre on hij way to Will
Hull's whose baby isstiUAery sick.
Tom Leazeur, Tom Chorry.Major
York and others went seinulng lust
Monday. We did not learn w hat
success they had,
Uiss Lizzie Franks and l'lillip
Nolan went to Gonzales last Wed
nesday returning Thursday,
Harloy Anderson contemplates
taking another trip to Kerr county.
Miss Mollie Franks has gone to
Houston to visit relatives,
All those living in Moulton In
stitute and vicinity wishing a tirt
class shave and hair cut should call
on tho tonsorial artist Fannin Ar-
(Continued on 5th page,)

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