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VOL. 2,
SHINER, LAVAOA COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, MM, 11894.
N0.19
iL 57 WANGEM ANN
iv UUulloj u
othiii BootSi
Slices, Eiais and Cajjs, Groceries,
HARDWARE, WOOD and WILLOW WARE, ami
Qn9l M9eluidlseo
v.mT fou NEW HOME SEWINC MACHINE, WALTER A. WOOD
MOWIN'G MACHINES and HAKES, JOHN DEERE PLOWS,
CULTIVATORS and STALK CUTTERS ami RAN
NER PLANTERS. Agent for Now Home Sewing Machines.
Also Avery Stalk Cuttcis and
Louisvillo Cotton and Corn
Planter.
All kinds of Country
produce bsnght at high
est market prices. Cash
Paid for cotton Seed.
ffSFSta that Featheibonel
h?i&'v-iEaivis5,
THEE! LELAJDHKFLS.
FLHTO SCREEN,
HjiXLXnJoeiT' JDeSbier'S!.
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Wagons, buggies, hackspwind mills, cypress
well curbing, genuine Gliddenand Waukegen
arbod wire, builders' hardwaro, etc.
. . .tr tfiWh-
C.L. WILLIAMS, I
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LUMBER YARD.
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Lumber, doors, sash,
blinds, moulding
And everything kept in a Jj
r. , ttYfi1V
lirct n nan himhnv i7nrn WsHiw..' rv
Town Lots Improved and Unimproved.
J.E.MERSEBURGER
Cilifornia Fruits,
Fancj Candies,
Ico Cretin and
Stationery.
Bee our 5, 10 mid -I', cent
lturguln Counters.
SnisKH, - Tex. tjjji
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7TD0LPH STEPHEN, Proprietor.
Oity Beer, Canned Gl-oocis and
L-uinon of" all Kinds.
Situated next to Flato & Green's Lumber Yard,
SniNEK, - - .- - TEXAS
Old Barney's Saloon
Is where all the people go.
Fine Whiskeys, Liquors, Beer and Cigars.
Moulton, Texas.
J.XUJKM.LdiJtiJtfQ
Bring your Cotton this season to tha old Reliablo GINXERS,
TRADTWHH & WQLTERS.
They arc better prcpaiod than over to Jlo good work. Tho best Ma
".. ;eliiuory.Ginuing capaclty,JlOJ Rules per day,; , ..
SHINER, TEXA3
lumber, shingles, sash, blinds,
doors, brick, wind mills, etc.
Genuine Glid&on ISarbed Wire.
Agents For MONITOR "WIND MITX.
City Barber Shop,
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A. C. KOEFKE, PROPRIETOR.
Call on mo and get a neat bhnrc, a good Shampoo, Sea Foam or
Tonic. A trial application of my I) indmlV Cure free. Hair cutting in
all tho latent style. Two lirl-el s chilis and two good workmen.
MITTAICK & MARTENS,
Headquarters fortthe Best and Freshest
AI.SO-
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Tinware,
Queensware, Oil Paints,etc.
Oall on them a-t, their new stand
JSCJFREE Delivery to all pint of tho City. !
ST. JOSEPHS
DAY SCHOOL
MOULTON,
MOULTOX, - TEXAS.
Opened Monday, October loth,
at the New School Building.
A thorough course of studios in
English, German- and Hohcinian.
Tuitiitn foes, $1.50 per month.
Address
REV. C. J. REXES.
Moulton. Texas.
ys L. EIDSON, M. D.,
1'HYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ollieo next door to Grave's drug
stoic. Office hours at all times
during tho day. Calls promptly
ir.sneicd day and night.
Shiner, Texas
Moui ro.v, Tkxa.
Em ion Gazkih :
Col, Si. 1!, Mooio alttnded tho
I)illn Fail l.it i-i!K.
Hon Miles C'ranloy was hero
Wednesday.
MisMaad Chatluun left Satur
day for her school in S.m I'atiieio.
Mispes Mollio and Lizio Franks,
of the Institute, ueie in town
Saturday.
Tho young folks enjoyed an ice
croani lupper at John Armins Sat
urday evening.
Dr Frank Fordtran, of Maravia,
was hero on business on Fridav.
Mr 0 E Ilighsmith went down
to Corpus ClirWti Sa'nrdaj.
I'rof E W Walker left Sunday
for his homo in Kerr county.
CoUNruv Rov.
Notice.
We will gin cotton only on Tuos
d.ns. Thursdays and Siturdays for
two weeks, Dcginning fliouuay, uci.
22nd. At thu end of two weekt,
v ill gin every day as herebefore.
F, KUTACII& F. MlKESKA.
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THE PLACE TO RUY
Vour groceries is at S. A. Carnes
& Rro.Call m tlivrrijwlien you bring
cotton to town and'got a barrel of
that famous White Crain flour.
Sloulton Institute.
Mm i.n. Inst.
EntTou G.FiTr
I am alwajs glad when the Ga
9s i: r i i. day eomns aiaund. And I
think over one of its rcadei" are
nl60 glad when the papei arrive'
anxious to imd tho diU'eicul co -ie"i)endent,s
letti'is, besides otlni
pml oik. I btliovo it i3 one of
the most nensy little paper thai I
have ever lead; and not only that,
tho editor Mr. Ward, I believe is a
gentleman in cverv icspoct and de
terves great credit for his ntei
pnsing little paper. He is ono of
thete little "diied up" port of fal
lows, but he's all wool and a jnril
wide. Eh I
I think that every per'nn who
can road tho English langu ige
should send iu their subscription
to the Gaetti:. If tho leaders
don't want to take my word for it,
plc-tfe apply to Mr. Maura's rival
for further information.
Phil Nolan is wearing buckskin
gles now. Uleaching I suppose.
John Tanncnbeiger says 'ince he
has nvmd to his new boarding
placo, ho has to go out to tho biru
to play his fiddle to keep t) - dogt,
cats and other domestic animals
from deserting tho place. Remem
ber John what 1 told you, "If jou
don't succeed, then 'uc-eggs,' " and
I think you will come out all right.
Still the wedding bells are ring
ing and harder the limes aie.
Sunday School every Sunday at
9 o'clock in the Mtthodist church.
W. J. Coopor is hauling lumber
to build on his farm north of tho
Instituto He seems to be in a
great rush.
'Iho "West Texas Gwnnatic
Club' is under full headway mm.
Some of its ineiubets can peiloun
some of the niot daring !eat,
Rov. T. Leach and family lelt
for their new homo in Yoikum
bt Thuisday.
Mrs. Emma Moiptan, of Flulom i.
c' nt "I'vcral days visiting fuends
and ielntivi'9 this week at the In-
Stlt'ltl'.
Mr. A. I. Willfoul, of Seguin.
foniKrl oi thf nstltuto was down
afiwdavsthis weik attending to
some lniMni'hS.
Ml. Inke Mjiniit'. of Shini'i,
came U Iliur.iln t vuit fi lends
and relativ il is attending
school in your i'...
An) ono winhing grist, hominy or
first-class mi.il thould call on Jno.
Tunnenbergei it Co., millcis, Monl
'oi Inst. All orders will reteivs
prompt attontion.
Mr. II. S. Andeison, who moved
from Moulton to Kerrville, is siik
with slow fever. We alio leain
that Miss May Walker, of Moun
tain Home. Texas, isverj low nith
slow lever. She has been skk
about twenty ono d lys.
Mr, G. E. Hamil went to Yoikum
Friday to 1 k him out a plac.
Rev. Fouls, ol Goiueks, lilkil
his regular appo ntineut here Run
dav. M Si Maud Chatham Wt Satur
d iv foi San I'ulncio wheic she will
tea' h bt'liool.
Mrs. Euiie 'atttrs'on lias moved
into her new home shu lecently
purelmeed fiom Rev. Leach.
Miss Anmu Nolan paid Mrs)
(iiieullier, of MnuHon, a pleaeant
llt "'Iti.do ivuuuj, XX
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