OCR Interpretation


Shiner gazette. [volume] (Shiner, Tex.) 1893-current, October 18, 1894, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of North Texas; Denton, TX

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86090270/1894-10-18/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

"VOL, 2,
SHINER, LAVAOA COUNTY, TEXASTHURSDAY MORJUNG, OOT. 10,1894.
NO. 17
A, G. Wangbmann
9
hi'm.lk ix
Sib&os, Hkts amd Caps, Groceries,
HARDWARE, WOOD asd WILLOWWARE, and
, 9T1 im79 U-. JH
m HJRlIKU.13o
Aorjtr kok NEW HOME SEWINC MACniNK, WALTER A. WOOD
MOWING MACHINES and RAKKS, JOHN DEERE PLOWS,
CULTIVATORS axd STALK GUTTERS and BAN
NER PLANTERS. Agent for New Home Sewing Machines.
Also A vary Stalk Cutters and
Ltnisvillt) Cotton and Corn
Plantar.
All kinds of Country
produce baugkt at high
est market prices. Cash
Paid for cotton Seed.
E3Soe that Ftherbonel
-rtCCSXvWASi -
f-TSa.Wi-'lSWffiTP.l
iM$WIVJr
xi. jjxTfty j jfriSi-i
"Wagons, buggies, hacks, wind""rnifls, cypress'
,, woll curbing, genuine Gliddenand Wauke'gon
arbcd wire, builders' hardware, etc.
O.L. WILIf.AM3, 'J M
111
ft
LUMBERYARD.
Lumbsr, doors, sash,
blinds, moulding
And everything kept in a
fli'3t class lumber yard.
Town Lots Improved and Unimproved.
J.E,MERSEBUKGER
California Fruits,
Fancy Candies,
Ice Cream and
Stationery.
Sraa our B, 10 and S!i eent
Bargain Coimlcrs.
Snraen, - Tex.
K!rainPJ3?n5Vjejr107
WW5aFJErftSSWrf HtiAZ,
HP1 M T39 .W
MM y$g)
ALOOI
!) 1 jyjk
HDOLPH STEPHEN, Proprietor.
Oity Seer. Oa.nn.eci Gf-oocls a.nd
Trianon, of all ICincIs.
Situatod next to Flato & Greon's Lumber Yard,
SIIIXEK, - TEXAS
August Sfephaii
MILLER AND GUNNER.
The newest and best of machinery. Cm gin from 41 to 43 bales per
day. Good treatment guaranteed. Full weights givon all of ray
customers. Will gin as cheap as any gin in the county. A
trial is all I ask.
ArG.STEPII.VN, SHINER. TEXAS.
Irmg your Cdtton this season to tho old Reliable GIXNERS,
TRAUTWEIN & WOLTERS.
lev are better piepaicd than ever to "do good work. The beet Ma
chinery. Ginuing capacityu10J Bulcs per dayi
SHINER, ' TEXAS
TJDES XE-A.ID"7?i71S.
A U
irv !
itt
ILalm.ler, JDeeulerrs.
Pall onthemforj
lumber, shingles, sash, blinds,
doors, brick, wind mills, etc.
Genuine G-liddon Barbed Wire.
O
rJ hum
City Barber Shop,
A. C. KOEPKE, PROPRIETOR.
Call an n sad get a np.it Shave, a good Shampoo, Sea Foam or
Tonic. A Vr.al n i.iiuition of my DmdruffCure tree, lluir cutting in
all tho latest styicj. Two first-clans chairs and two good workmn.
METTANCK & MARTENS
Headquarters for the Best and Freshest
also
Tinware, Glassware,
Queens ware, Oil Paints,etc.
Oa.ll on tliera at, tlieir new Gta-nci
jffSfFREE Delivery to all parts of the City.jjjJ
ST. JOSEPH'S
DAY SCHOOL
MOULTON, - TEXAS.
Opened Monday, October 15th,
at the New School Building.
A thorough course of studies in
English, German and Bohemian.
Tuition feos, 4-1.50 per month.
Address,
REV. C. J. BENES.
t Moulton. Texas.
IMIOTJLTOnSr.
While in Moulton Monday the
writer visited the publio school,
now in chargo of Prof. Guonther,
assisted by his young and beauti
ful wife. The Prof? stated that tho
school was in a most prosperous
condition with a largo enrollment.
Alf Kubitz and R. Jaeggli visit
ed Shiner Sunday.
0 E Highsmith is in Hallottsvillo
this week.
Gus Lightner, of San Antonio,
was here visiting his sister Mrs
Meinard Kotzebue Sunday.
Dr. Lancaster and W 1 Gafford
attendod Chapter meeting at Fla
tonu Thursday night .
Hon A J Rosenthal, republican
candidate for congress, was in the
city last week.
There was a musical entertain
ment at tho residence of August
Mueller Saturday night.
Ed Boehm made a visit to Shin
er Sunday.
Theie was quito a largo gathoi
ing at tho gcott school house Sat
uiday night. The following young
folks attended from hoie; Otto
Arnim, Otto Uhlic, Henry Nei
Moyer,oAleck Kotzebue and Miss
Kotzebue. They all had a rao.t
onjsyahlo time and tripped the
light fantastic toe until a very late
hour. ,
R. Albrecht, F T Febrcnkamp
and Ed Balhom attended the ball
at the Evergroeu school house Sat
urday night.
Mr and Mrs Willio Krausc visit
ed Shiner Sunday.
Mrs T F Jackton and Mrs
Bertha Burko left Sunday for Alto
loma. Mr. Jackson will be absent
about a week. Mrs Burko w.u
formerly Miss Bertha Anderson, nf
this place. She had been visiting
friends here for the past week.
D A Paulns of Halletteville was
in town Monday on legal business.
Tho people in this part of Lavaca
county recognize in Mr Paulu one of
HalkUeville's brightest legal lights
and mobt stalwart dcmociats. We
expect some day to bo able to furn
ish him with a more striking tes
timonial of our reg.nd and esteem.
Farmeiswho hae stock killed
along the load should lepoit tho
the matter to the section 'uicman
at once 'Ihis would save them
much tioublo.
Mis Lizzie Fianks of the Ji
stitute was in ton SUurda
Walter Bunting, of Flalonia,
here a short timu Fiiday.
The Piubten ir White Come
Company will show here Wctln
day night. UofX'iicY Bov
Stomnwill Inst Uriefn.
Srow.vAi.i., '1.as.
Editok Gazette;
There was a dance at tho resi
dence of Mr, Peal last Molid ly
There was a nine pound i'llll
fledged domocrat como to lire with
Mr. and Mr. Win. Ogston about
thioo wel a;i. lie is a fine, fat
littie fellow, but his mother is im
proving veiy slowly.
School is piogieing very we'l
with small attendance, but think
there will bo a lull .school a tnon
fuimuis get a liulu Anther on with
their ciops.
If any party was as stiong as the
cotton worms aie in this icinily
they would have no trouble holding
office duiing next administiation,
Tho cam crop is proving to ho
short.
Thero is a fine crop of pecans on
Inch cock.
The farmers in this vicinity have
a i. w million wlikh they cle.ucd
o i the utto i crop this car. w
can ivooiinnend some good saving
bank which we can deposit this
money in. Weil-wishus.
V A LI.EyTTeW FAR M
Eniroit G i m::
I have bien to Dilworth again
and to Stonewall and many othci
places tin Ilflthu Faun Ian
.ntnuliy. Diluorth and the ice
cream "upper wiih my intended
destination when I lelt. but man s.
aspirations are novel satisfied, so
.iftu-enjoying life a half a day at
Dilnorth, Jake and I took a notion
that wo would go calling and tto
tome of the guK You bet we haw
thorn too, as fair and lovely as thn
countiy can hoaitof. What a thin
no did hau We fust went to Mi.
Colo's, a fanner and lesident of
NickU, and spent a pleasant alter
noon, listening lu mun'o and "ongs
fiiinishc-d by Mitct Lora Cole and
I Boitha and Peail Miuton. Tho
Bitchi-lor's hcait aches for tho-o
pleasant times again. The time
tamo all too soon to leturn to Dil
woith. After spending u pleasant
(Continued on 5th page.)
; :
,r
--t
k i
4 .
V
.IV
rt

xml | txt