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SHINER, LAVAOA COUNTY, TEXASJTHUBBDAY MORNING, OCT. 11,1894.
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A. G. Wangemann,
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Off Goods5 Clothing) Soots,
Shoes, Hats and Gaps-, Groceries,
HARDWARE, WOOD and WILLOWWAUE, and
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Aofm Kin NEW HOME RICWINC MACHINE, WALTER A. WOOD
. MOWING .MACHINES and HAKES, JOHN' DEEItE PLOWS,
ClH.TIVATOItS ii.d STALK CUTTKKS and BAN
NER PLANTERS. Agent for New Home Sewing Machines.
Alt Avery Stalk Cmttert nd
Louisville Cotton and Corn '(
Planter.
All kinds of Country
produce bsught at high
est market prices. Cash
Paid for cotton Seed.
jpT"Se that Fwithoibonel
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'Wagons, nuggies, haokBTwind mills, cypress
well curbing, genuine G-lidden and Waukegen
arbed wire, builders' hardware, etc.
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on them fori'
llumberl shingles, sash, blinds
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Genuine Glidden Barbed Wire.
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C.L. WILLIAMS,
LUMBERYARD.
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Lumber, doors sash,
blinds, moulding
And everything kept in a
first class lumber yard.
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y'own Lots Improved and Unimproved.
J. E.MEESEBUKGER
Oulifornh Finite,
Fancy Candies,
Ico Cream and
Stalioneiy.
Sec ouv 5, 10 niirt K5 cent
Btutruiu Counlcis.
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A, C.MOEFKE, PROPRIETOR.
et a neat Shave, a good Shampoo, Rea Foam oi
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ic X trjal aiffijtion orSy? Dandruff Cure Irea- Hair cutting in
.he'Iiitg.tjfeMfctflrlt-claM chairs .ami a good yoikmn.'
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MITTAICK & MARTENS,
Headquarters for the Best and Freshest
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Tinware, Glassware,
Queensware, Oil Paints,etc,
Oa.ll on. tihem at tlieir new stand
fijS3FREE Delivery to all parts of the City. jjrS
Stab Salqoh
HDOLPH STEPHKN, Proprietor.
Oity Beer. Oanned O-oocis and
Lunon of all ICincis.
Situated next to Flato & Greon's Lumber Yard,
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August Stephan
MILLER AND GUNNER.
The newest -uul beit of in itlilnoo. Can gin from 41 to 4J bales per
Jay. OoiJ tie.itinent guiuuHeed. Full weights given all of my
customers Will gin as cheap aa any gin in the county. A
trial is all I ask.
AUG STEPHAN, SIIINEU. TEXAS.
Drips your Cotton this season to the old Ueli.iblo OINNEUS,
TRAUTWEII & WOLTERS.
They are better prepared than ever to Jdo good work. The best Ma
chinery dinning capacity 1Q2 Bales per dny.J
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IOXTT-iTOSST.
The nun ifh the striking ma
chine is heic, i
Allied Kubiti andCharles J.
Hrunner paid Shiner a ebort visit
Sunday.
Misses Maud and May Cheatham
and Minnie and Knluh Cherry, of
tlio Ins-titute, ivc'ro'bere Saturday.
Mrs. C. W. Haimpil returned Fii
day from n visit to relatives
in Terryvillo, t '
Mi. Wm. Ogsdoh, 'of Nickle,
was in town Saturday'., ,
Alex Vauhain returned from the
Indian Torritory Saturday.
Tht) incomparable C. II. Co,
representing tho Galveston News,
s heiu Sunday and Monday.
Mr. Tom Thompson camu in
from FloresvillejSatnid ly.
Piof- Choir, of Sloniinall, as
hole Sunday. ' (
The joung puopla jenjoyed an
ici cieam paity at thorefcidenca of
J, F. Dockuy Salurday,night,Tbcro
were those present, Misses Minnie
and Eulah Cherrv."'Marv DoeKerv.
Piilmio Hiimpil, !Eifsaand Emjly '
Kotzebue, Annie'ondCydeDockery '
Pearl Keese; Alf KubitzJ.Jio llous
ton. C. J. Brunner, Julius Hampil,
(!, Flenij, B Gittlu'b. Alex Kotze
bue, Lon Yoilc and jour coires
poiulent. Miss Annie Docket
made a (.harming hostess and
when good nights nercs.ud ceij
one expressed themiehes as lm
ing tpant a delightful ei ening.
Di. Wcddiugton has in his pos
session the skull ot tho nigro,
Monroe, who was killed here a to
weeks ago. It is on uiiusuall)
thick one und tho bullet hole shows
very plain. Tho Di. recently le
moved Tli full giown screw worms
fiom n little fiohemian gill's heal
They had gathcied theio throngli
caielessncss and neglect.
Total cotton icceipts up to noon
Monday was 4020 biles. Ficd, Ed
and Aleck aio kept hustling to take
caio of the cotton.
F. J. Heliieg took in the celebra
tion at Witting Monday.
It is said that the mhabltants of
Moulton aie not lowing 60 many
chickens now as they did a shoit
time ago.
Mrs. G. J. Bohnenkamp kas been
quite sick this week.
Ed Arnlm returned Sunday
from Yoakum,
Fritz Luecke and 0, T. High
smith visited Shiner Monday,
Justice comt convened heio last
Monday morning beforo Srinno
Jackson. Lawjcrs Kings
dale and Ellis were over from Hal
lettsville. The following cases
were disposed of
Stato vs. Julius Seipeit as.uiltj
plead guilty and was af-sei, ed 15
and trimaiings.wbich footed up lfi
State vs. John Kruegei, cmltj;
flned 15 and costs, total, $1(1,
State vs. Fred Wunen, a uilt,
fine and costs, $13. The s i
Wancn came in foi a little it, ,
tion at tho hinds of the eoni
Pammy contiibuted 'rlo and it
better.
btato vs Felix Tylecek, distill b
ing the peace; fine and costs, $10
Stato vs Jake Weleck, assault
and battery; continued to NqvJj,
Slater vs. ,Galeck,'assaultand
batteryf continued "WNovj!j!jlKffi
Stato va. Frank Zedek, assault,
continued to Nov,
Stato vs, A. Merlleeh, distuibini
tho peace; fined $1 and costs
State vs. Aug Kiauee, an alii ij
fined H and costs.
John 1! irtck vs. John Michale ,
on account. Continued,
Ed Boehm vs. Joe llalenc ,
note and account. Judgement fii
pluntifffoi lull amount.
Cou.riiY Bo.
3Iniiltun Institute.
MotLroN Imt.
Eiiitoh G v7Bni:
Mis. P. ico c imo in last Sntur
daj. She will assist Mis. Allls ill
the school,
The Institute school opened last
Momhy with twenty five pupils in
attendance.
s-,
I'ev, Leach contemplates moving
to Yoakum.
John Ainim and G. liuoscher
pas-cd thinugh hero last Mondiy
on their way to look at some land
a Iph miles west of heie.
John Tunneiibeigei hit rolled up
the cotton sack mid laid it away
and is now piocceding to make u
fuithei impiovcment in his mentnl
eapicity. I hope he will succeed
so that he und Mi. Ma my will Lu
able to hold a cons lltituiii and up
hold tho mjstenes tint tliej lutinil
in tho Mississippi mei pioblem.
John s i) s ho is in favoi of oifcau
iiing our Literaiy Society ugiin.
A good many will be in favni of
that, John, as we love to h i v(n
talk about things that 1 oed
over in ''Dutchland."
Whew I Jako suio s I he
blood of his dadd.v , 1 h iht
Jake, j ou take up for, an by
jour little village. I ai - I
said anv thill's "bout it iu
know that passng of tc t
"If thy brother 6tukes you , i
chefk. do not stiike b
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