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VOL. 2.
SHINER, LAVAOA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MORNING, AUG. 9,1894.
NO. 7
DOOIS,
A, G. Wangemann,
nFALZtt IN
n.. n l pi jlL' n i
uif booasi uoiiiing,
Shoes, Hato and Caps, Groceries,
ITABBDWARE, WOOD and WILLOWWARE, and
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W. U.M.O.JLS3t5
Abbot fo Ni:W HOME SEWING MACHIN5, WALTER A. WOOD
MOWING MACHINES and RAKE"?, JOHN DEERE PLOWS,
CULTIVATORS a-:d STALK CUTTERS avd BAN
NER PLAN T3P.?. Agent for Ntir Home Sowing Machinei.
Also Avery Stalk Catteri and
Loutiville Cottoa. and Corn
Planter.
All kinds of Country
produce bsugkt at high
est market prices. Owh
Paid for cotton Seed.
gGTS that Foathirbonil
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KWtaijtf55SteSt:giaaS) ffiffiffi:i:t:f:tTy:jifiM
wagons, dutsibs, caoxs, wuia anus, cypress jv
wsii out u:u gauumu vxtiuuuu tutu vr tiuseda
barbed wire, buildora1 hardware, etc.
O.L. WILLIAMS,
LUMBERYARD.
Lumber, doors, sash,
blinds, moulding
And everything kept in a
first class lumber yard.
fir
Town Lots Improved and Unimproved.fi
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J.E.MERSEBURGER
California Fruits,
Fancy Candies,
loo Cream and
Btationory.
Baa oar 5, 10 and 35 ceat
Bargain Counters.
Skebse, - Tsx.
Stab Salqoh
HDOLPH STEPHEN, Proprietor.
Oity B99r. Canned Goods and
LuncH of all Kinds.
Ktuatad next to Fkto & Greco's Lomber Tari
SHHBB, - TBIA8
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MILLER AND GINNER.
The newest aud bjst of machinery. Can gin from 41 to 43 bales per
day. Good treitmeal guaranteed. Pall weights given all of my
ouatoroors. Will gin as cheap as any gin in the county, A
trial ia all I ask.
AUG.STEPITAN, SHINER. TEXAS.
Bring your Cotton this reison to tllo old Reliable GtNNER.9,
TRAUTWEffl & fQLTERS.
Tijey are bettor prepared than ever to do good worki Tbo belt Ma
chinery. Ginning capacity, 100 Bales par day.
WSE&Bk-ti
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FLH10S GREEN,
Xla.m.'k5er, Dealers.
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I lumber, shingles, sash, blinds,
doors, brick, wind mills, etc.
$ Genuine Gliddon Barbed Wire.
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STOVE, TIN and HARDWARE!
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TEXAS
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KAJ!UrACHmllS
j Galyanized Iron Tanks,
ROOFING,
GUTTERING
FLUES.
WalaTisei) ., tr)ep, YoxS'
FURNITURE!
In Immens Stock at-
BLOHM & JIHNKE'S.
IVhlch they are diapoalnff of a oleiae flRures. They deal Ife'all kinds of oils,
paints, varnishes and n qulslte line ol wall paper. They have on hand
a flrst- class lot of cofilns. Tneso Rentlomen nie constantly Increasing
their stock. QIto them oenll and pet 100 cents worth tot one dollar.
City Barber Shop.
A.C. KOEPKE, PROPRIETOR.
Call oa m lad jet a ntat Shave, a good Shampoo, Sea IToam or
Tonic A trial application f my Dandruff Curs free. Hair cutting in
aU the latest styles. Tno first-class chairs and two good workusn.
CAM F. NAVI, U. D.,
Gaaaral PracttUoaar.
Bhiner, Tsxaa.
O&loa between Wslhanisa's and
the drngstort. Calls promptly at
tested, Rtildeae opposit Msth
odist chureh.
PVERTOIT AEVERTCN,
DENTISTS.
Oifieo next deor tt Gazitt
OQlce. Satisfaction guaianteed.
OGJco hours: 7 a. m. to 0 p. m.
Shirer. Texas
M,
L. EIDSON, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OSes next door to Grave's drug
store. Oflks hturs at all times
during the day. Calls promptly
answered day and night.
Shiner, , Texas
w.'-
WARNOCK,
Dentist.
ZAHN-ARTZ.
Hallottsville, Texas.
Will be in Shiner from 1st to 6th
ofeveiy mouth.
I-ITSaSTRTST XCXTHISHJU.,
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER.
Mr. Kiasel liu( f"3curid tin sola iit!lil to sail the (.el'buted
DiU'iil liiniti hiuik in Lavaci tud DeWitt c muti. . llohas
on iiuml n line stork of Siddles, Whiu., iIirn(J3, etc. and
turns out ::one but first-cl'us work.
yOAKUil, TLXAS.
Correspondence.
joTjrT,TQ3sr.
IT'9 LOCAIj NEWS.
MeULTT, TrxAs.
Editos Gaiettb-
A splendid rain fell here lust
Saturday night and Sunday.
W. . Caines came ovtr from
Shiner Friday and rsmaiued a ehort
time.
Mr. Hugh Bailey and slstei,MiFs
Mollie, flerohero Tuesday.
C S McCown, of Flatonia, was in
town Friday
E Eoehm paid Flatonia a busi
ness trip Friday.
James Murphy, of the Institute,
was in town Saturday.
Wiley Thorntoa, ef Nickel, was
here Thursday.
MrsTUAllls, Miss May Chat
ham, Messrs. E W Walkor and Joe
Spears, all f whem luvo ben at
tending the Corpus Chriiti normal,
came home Saturday.
Uiis Alma Kubitz, of Flatonu,
who has been visiting relatived and
friends hero, returned home last
Saturday.
litis Bee Thompson, of Nickel,
favored s with the sumhine of her
preienc a short timo Saturday.
B P Sludworth, of Flatonia, wat
hire on business hit ueek.
Emil Miller and wife came down
from Flatenia Saturday.
Uiises Mollis andLiizii Frank.,
of Moulten Institute, ware htre
Thursday.
Min Annie Nolan ritnrned from
Cuiro Saturday.
Mis C W Ilampil, who has been
visiting friends and relatives in
Hope, caue home Saturday.
Tho Knights of Honor hild a
meeting Saturday night.
Col. G. Buessher went to Fla
tonia on business Saturday.
J E Quebedeaux, of Nickil, wai
ben Friday eu his way home frem
the Uallittirillo eonventiss.
Prof. Jacjgli returned JTridij
from LaGrange, where he hai ben
attindiug the teachers' institute.
"And her bright imili haunts rte
itill." CoCNTr.Y Bot.
Koultcn Inetitute.
JfouLToa Inst.
Editor Gajeiib
Mesdames Cheiry and Duff and
Messrs. James Cherry and Walker
Duff returned fiom Mountain Homo
whe.o they havo been vi'itin.
Mias Mollie Fianki, ho hai
been visiting at Ilarnood, (instead
of Houston, a? itated in jour last
issue) returned Sunday.
Mr. Morgan and wi'o and Mr.
While and nil'n, of Flatonia, wro
in our midst last Sunday visiting
(Continued on Dtb page.;

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