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MOULTON, LAVAOA COUNTY, TEXAS, THUKSMY MOENING, AUCUST 29 1895.
Ginning Capacity 75 Sales
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Than eei lo give our Farmir Friends
Fair Treatment in every way.
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Bring us your cotton seed and patron
ize horns industry. The money will re
main at home and all bo benefited.
Get your homes and business houses
lighted up by the Electric Lights. Thev
are safer, cheaper and more convenient.
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BLACKSMITH HND 3MHEELMRICHT.
Repair woik a Specialty. All work guaranteed. Nono but first-class
woik turned out of this shop. I invito you all to call and I will give
What "Jim" Las to
Misses Alice and Bee Thompson
went to Flatonia Friday.
J. V. Hampil went to Hallctts
Miss .losie Nation has leturned,
after a week's visit in Fhtonia.
G. J. Bohuenkamp lias been
visiting last week.
Mis Maud Kesseo left for Yoa
V. B. Woodleyand nifo returned
Sundny fiom a pleasuie tiip. They
bad been gone a week.
Henry Etiingei' went lo Flatonia
last week on business.
;ur. xjiwg nugni anu lamwy ie-j
turned last week from a pleasnic
"Will Cheriy and Bud Dookeiy
went to IIalleUs ille last week.
Cotton is coming in fast, and tbo
new addition to tho platform is al
ready in tue.
Philip Nolan went to Austin to
Dr. Kenney, dentist, of San An
tonio, spent a few days hero last
Emil Mueller was here last week
Alex Ivotzebuo and Geo. Barg
man spent Sunday in Shiner.
Tho hltst K drummois who
ciny no amplcs tiavelon bicycles.
One asscd tbiongh heie Sunday
going to Shiner.
Clino Jackson returned Satmday
fiom his first trip dramming. He
ieport3 as having done well. 'Jim'
wishes you good luck, Clino.
There wero over 100 bales of
cotton brought hero Saturday,
making a total of 323 bales up to
Y. B. Friedrkh is with us again
after an absence on business.
This was the talk last Saturday:
"I'll bet 10 to 1, Fred, that von
can't pull a rooster's leg off." Tred
thought he could, so Julius, Ficd
and Thomas bought a.rooBtei. Fied
pulled !iis shoe off and put hia
foot between the loostci's legs and
pulled until his fuco turned black.
Fud tiied to get bets that none in
town could do it If anyone wants
to try, go to Fred. ,Ho has the
Fauio looster that ho tiled it on.
Fud stalled to kill tho looster, but
changed his mind. Ho had better
keep him foi some one else to try
C W Hampil went to Halletts
C. I. Jaeggli and wife, of Shiner,
"pent Sunday heio with rolatiyes
Dick Moore, of Yoaknm.was heie I
Miss Klosbile, of Cuero, is vis
iting Mrs. Guenther this week.
Mr. Quobcdcaux and family wero
hero awhile Sunday.
Miss Mary Jonc3 waa vibiting
Singing at Dr. Lancaster's last
Sunday night was well attended
and oujojed by all present.
Eiiney Locknrm went to Hal
lettoville Snnday to attend court.
C M Kot7ebuo and wifo roturned
lut week fiom a visit to Colorado
and Austin counties.
F J Arnim, Jr., has a nico bicy
cle. Keep on and wo will have
them after awhile.
G. Fluory is here, and will re
main until ho finishes painting Mr.
Krause's house, which is lapidly
Mr. E. 0. Highsmith, of Corsi
oana, is buying cotton in Cuero
and represents tho McFaddon com
pany. Cuero Star.
Miss Maud Kceae left on last
Saturday for a isitwith relatives
and fiiendB at Moulton. Times.
Fiank Biohunko, formerly of
Yoakum, is hero this week visiting
bis sistei. He has been obliged to
give up his position with C F
Kaiser at Yoaknin on account of ill
health. Ho will probably visit St
Louis. e wish him success.
G J Bohuenkamp and lady, R
Niemeyer and lady, John Johnson
and lady, Ilemy Koester and lady,
and B VonLrenen and wife attend
ed the Wcter-Speckcla wedding at
Rutenville this last week and re
port having had a royal good time.
V B Friodrch has trantfeied
fiom tho New York Lifo to the
Mutual J.ifo Insurahco Company.
Ho is in partnership with Mr.
Bailey of Flatonia, with tho exclu
sive right over Colorado, Lavaca,
DoWitt, Gonzales., Fayutte a.id
Dr Biewer of Ehlingcr is here
this week prospecting. Monitor) is
too hpalthy a place, Doctor
The case against H W Dockory
was thrown out of court by Judgo
Spooner Monday. ,Tho Gazktti: is
glad to see MrDockery cxhonerated
Philip Nolan left us last Friday
to take his position in Austin.
Miss Annio Nolan roturned from
Austin last Tuesday, and left for
Shiner and Yoakum Sunday.
Ed Walker and Leroy Phoasan
ton, of Keir county, came in quite
unexpectedly last Friday.
Miss Georgia Walker, of Mt.
Home, is also down on o visit.
'NX" informB us that ho had a
chill Friday.Jim Johnson says it is
enough to gio anybody a chill to
work that press at tho Institute
gin. Ho knows from experience in
Several of tho Iustituto people
wont to Hallettsville to hear tho
Mi Davo Hughs eajs ho will
mako this pai t of Texas his home i
for Bome timo yet. He gives a very
unfavorable leport of the Wichita
country. He sayB that a great
many people hao purchased land
in that country who are leaving
their homes, coming southward,
owing to failuie in crops and low
nrices, which rendois them unablo
to nay foi their landi
Luke McGinty was called to the
county capitol last Thursday as a
witness in the Halibut ton case,
Rev. Fonts filled his regular ap
pointment here Sunday.
The cotton turn-out as a general
thing in this pait of the countiy is
very poor, and the ciop is going to
bo very short, which, I expect, will
be a good thing for the country.
Old Barney's Saloon
Is where all the people go.
Fine Whiskeys Liquors, Beer and Cigars.
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Mcralton's Most Popular Saloon.
A full stock of fine Wines, Whiskics,?Beer and Cigars." THE OLD
SARATOGA WHISKEY alw a) s kept in stock.
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F. M. KR75USE. JR, PROP
Beer, Cigars, aVEealS B,t Etll jHOVirS. GROCERIES
Hot and Cold Lunch. Vyial's Old Stand.
A W Hinrichs and B II Cordes
took in the Otholt trial.
A WACO DOG STORY.
Waco, Aug. 2G. A black and
white setter followed a boy up tho
elevator in the Proudcnt building
to the fifth floor and-when the boy
cnteied one of tho rooms tho dog
lost him and not being able to find
the stairs, ran up and down tho
passages balking piteonsly. An at
tempt was made to get him into
the eloatoi, but ho would not
enter it. Piesently he rushed to a
window and belore Guy Boyce, a
d-aughteman. who attempted lo
stop him. could reach tho spot, he
leaped out and weut legs spread
out and howling perpendicularly
t the ground. Capt. Alfred Abeel,
receiver of tho Waco and Noith
western, heaul the dog's howls and
baw him pass the window of the
railroad office Capt Abeel and
Mr Boyco watched tho courso of
the dog and saw him when he hit
tho ground. Ho lay still for a few
moments and they folt suro he was
dead, but ho arose to his feet and
moed offatatiot, staggering a
little but using all of his legs. The
do,; was icon two horns after his
leay and ho was apparently all
light. Tho distance fiom tho win
dow ."ill from which the dog leaped
to tlio ground is 70 Kt.
Tho cheipcut and bos', place to havo jour work dono. All work
guaranteed. Horse shoeing and repair work. Moulton, Tetns.
When you want deeds, bills of
sale, moitgages, trust deeds and
otbei legal documents and noticts,
call on me at the post office.
T. F. JACKSON, MOULTON
MOULTON, - TEXAS.
Opened Monday, October loth,
at tho New School Building.
A thoiough course o Mudies it
English, German and Bohemian
For terms and ftuther particulars
REV. Jos. HUDECEK,
New York Life
Acknowledged, the wnildover
to be tho most reliable, and tho
most LIBERAL iutiuaneo com
pany in existence. You do nut
know lion vion j ou may die anil
leave ) our funily to shift for them
pelvc. Take out a policy in the
New Yoik Life and insure them
agaiuct possible want. I can be
found at Dr. Lancaslei's Oftico in
Moulton, wlieie I should be pleaacit
to tec you and explain p irticn. irs.
win. B, Friedrioh
Jim Richter has been attending
court this week.
Buoschcv sons ginned Co bales