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Shiner gazette. (Shiner, Tex.) 1893-current, January 13, 1897, Image 4

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Sylvester Flitch of Oklahoma
hasbeen in town several days and
lias taken orders for a largo quan
tity of Territory corn Ho was in
the employ of L M Kokoinot fur a
number of yoars away hack in tho
70s and his first act on arriving in
Texas several weeks ago after an
absonce of moro than fen years was
trt call on his friend who was con
fined to his bed in GonzaloB Mr
Flitch lis nn enthusiastic stock
man has been nearly all over the
world and his conversation is
highly interesting He was the
gneatnfC II Flato whilo in Shi
ner ii
A mysterious thing is the road
from Shiner to Moulton Every
other day somohody builds a
new barbed wiro fence and the road
lias to bo changed Tho road past
tho Evergreen school house has
been clfieed and the tiavoler must
now take thoj road that crosses
Spring Brauohi WWr the railroad
The fonco along tho Railroad
lighlofway has also changed tho
ipad in a scoro of places For a
manto undertake a journoy from
Hhiner toMoulton on a dark night
would I ho about as dangerous an
undertaking as a4u p iji a balcon
ThVA ransas Pass fencing ouU
fUi neAring Moultoni
ousc gjeuooi
Call on thorn for the llmst ClRara
such us uni cLovrit uenehal
AltrilUR iiiid all Inimhof Ehleis
CJiiaia licbtstotL of IlqnoisIn town
the ladies to call aiid
look over our fine assort
ment of Winter Dress Goods Trimmings
to match Our Stock of Capes Jackets and
Shawls is full and complete
Tkir stock of cIotliing overcoats hats shoes
and underwear is cheaper than ever before
wPollto and courteous
treatment to all
r wTrnfjt jgj
TH6 GHZSTTE j THE Georgia minstrels
Published eveiiy wednespay by
c w WAKD
sunacuirTiox hates
Ono Year Postpaid 100
Entered al the Shiver 7cxas Post
Office as scond class matter
Colonel Hansen has moved his
Gonzales Cyclone plant to Stock
dale Wilson county whero lie will
continue the publication of the Cy
clone Our heartfelt sympathies
go out to the peoplo of Stockdale in
their terriblo affliction
Thoro was a reinukable eclipso
at Cuero last week where the Star
eclipsed the Sun which will shine
no uioro for over Leo Chaddock
who edited the defunct Sun for
merly published a paper in Shiner
sailed the Courier A S Ciisp
who edits the Star is and always
ha > j been getting out the best paper
hi Cuero The Star is ono of our
mostwclcome exchanges
Tho Georgia Minstrels played
heio Thursday night to a 112
house They kopt their audience
laughing flora start to fihisn and
put up a firBt class show Tho
man v ho imitated farm yard
sounds carried off first honors as
his efforts wero rewarded with up
loarious applause A Thero was also
some fino singing Billy Kersands
was in his glory and fully sus
tained his former reputation for
fun making
Dr Navo lost a ten dollar bill
somowheie on tho street Saturday
Wednesday John Schroeder oi
Witting wbilo on his way to Shi
ner lost his purso containing jj35
on tho load Tho next day the
purso was picked up in tho road
about two miles from town but
alas empty
C H Flato shipped MG head of
steers from Karnes City to Kansas
City Monday
Emil Matula ot Schulenburg has
opened up a re sturant at Soydlers
R G Seydlev has mdercd a fine
now billiard table of tho latest
Postmaster Qnebedeaux of Nick
el was here Monday
Mis John Poichaof Herms post
office died Thursday of last weok
and was btuied hero Friday
Jfiol Hesso of DeWitt county
washere this week
Fritz Erwin is in the Sealoy hos
pital at Galveston
Section Foreman Guess of this
place passpd through heie Sunday
in charge of tho convict work train
going to Cameron
A G Wangoman and lady of
Yoakum wero hero over Sunday
tho guests of C K Holchak and
Misses Mary Jaeggli and Alma
tf ubitz of Moulton wero tho guests
ofMr and Mrs C I Jaeggli this
this weok
Miss Katio Wheeler of Flatonia
was hero Saturday and Sunday
P L McCmdy came up from
Mbulton Sundiy to rqcet his wife
who had beenvisiting down on tho
Paul StnerkoivonU
jhurg Sunday
to SchuJen
Wo are prepared to meet all com
petition in the sale of corn oats
bran hay etc Aug J Schmidt
Pro E F Ruhman Mgr
Fine Fall nnd Wliiter Millinery
Jiiot received tho piottiest and lat
ent styles of Ladicis and Misses
hats consisting ofifine trimmed
hats French patterns also Walk
ing hats Sailors Tain OShanters
etc and tho piettieet line of Babios
Tho convict work train passed
through hero Sunday bound for
Cameron whero tho lailroad peo
ple aio putting in a Y connecting
tho Aransas pass with the Santa
Fe for the accommodation of
the through train which tho Aran
sas pass pedple will put on to
run from San Antonio to St Louis
without change It will run over
tho Sun Set track to Flatonia
thenco over the Sap to Cameron
when it willr tak o the Santa Fe
trdokla St LotJ via > ParisUind
Fort Smith This train is to make
33 miles an hour
E Saetler of Giddings was horo
this week visiting E F Ruhman
and Aug Schmidt He is prepar
ing to open up a saddle and har
ness 6hop which will be
located on the property owned by
M E Ruhman and purohased
from C L Williams
Doctor Edward Vetterraann of
Praha Bohemia arrived hero last
Friday witti his wifo and two boys
He will locate here permanently
During the past year be has been
stationed in Central Siberia
in the employ > of tho Russian
Government He and his wife aie
now stopping with Jos Dvoraks
L M Kokernot gave his friends
a pleasant supriso by driving into
town Monday morning from Big
Hill ranch Holooked quito well
much better than his fiiends ex
pected and can walk without aid or
a cano His hands aro still lender
and are oncascd in mitB It is ox
pected liowevor that they will heal
without leaving any scars His
ankle which bothered him consider
ably at fir3t isnow quito strong
Ilia greatly improved condition
was hailed with delight
Tho Cuero Truth suspended pub
lication January 1st
MisB Gussio Johnson of Yoakum
is the guest of Miss Mamio Cox
Attorney C J Gray spent last
week in Yoaknin turning Satur
Tho grip is running its courso
through tho couutry and numb ra
its victims by tho score Nearly
everybody is coughing and snooz
Louis TraiHweiiv is in Moyors
villo in attondanco on his wife who
has been ill fojsomo time
r <
Adolph Maerz has purchased the
EHnriclis property next to Frank
Wroiigirt Jm
Tho Stato of Texas
County of DoWitt Before mo
W F Harris notary public in and
for said county State of Texas this
day personally camo and appeared
Mr Gedion Droyer to mo well
known audi who after being by
mo duly sworn did depose and
For nine long weary months I
have been groping about in the
blackness of night I had lost tho
most precious of all blossings my
health I could scarcely movo
with pain whenever I would try
to walk I would fall down in the
middle of the road my pnin would
be so intense Even tho pleasure
of sleep was denied me I would
lay awake nights and ponder oyer
my miserable condition >
All that a man has ho will givo
for his health I was no exception
to the rule I went to doctors but
they did mo no good I triedpai
ont mcdiclriesbul thby only ruined
my atqmach It seemedv that I
would never again know what it is
to enjoy good health I waa filled
with despair
About a month ago 1 heiid of
Dr J D McLennan and of tho
many wonderful cures that he hap
performed As a lust report I
went to see what he would say
about my caso He said that he
could cuve mo My hope revived
I placed myself under his akilled
treatment and am now a well man
I think that Dr J D McLennan
is a wonderful man Everybody
who is sick ought to go and too
him for I know that he can cuio
them if they can bo cured at all
Signed G Dituvui
Sworn to and susherihed befoie
mo Witness my hand itud seal of
office in Cuero DeWitt county
Texas this 17th day of Decembor
A D 1896
Sgned W F Harms
Notary Public
DeWitt County Texas
Struggling in tho Shadow of Death
For Threo Years With a
Disease That Baffled
All Skill
Saved By Dr McLennan
Dr McLennan
Dear Sir No one appreciates
any more than I do my speedy re
covery at your hands from a dis
ease that had baffled all other skill
and kept mo in the shadow of the
grave for threo years When I
commenced your treatment I was
a living fckeloton and eo weak that
I had to bo carried to your office
Tho almost immediate effects of
your wonderful medicine was man
feat within a few minutes after tak
ing tho first doso Improvement
went on rapidly and I am strong
today and free from sufiering My
heart is rogular and I have no
more trouble with
it You may
rofcr olhers similarly ail ected to
mo It is a pleasuro to recom
mend them to whero they can bo
helped Yours truly
E J Worthington
Crawford Texas
McLennan County
Dr McLennan Straightens Out An
Old Spine
Oh yos I want everybody to
know that Dr McLennan is tho
greatest mystery that I over met
Just nit down and I will tell you
all about my long 3ickncss and
suddon recovery
Somo fifteen years ngo when
crossing a raihoad track in a
lumber wagon I received tcveia
injuries which have dibabled mo
frjjjni doing any physical labor
For weeks I have been confined to
my bed and able to move only will
the assistanco of others
add I had to walk stooped with
my han ds on my sides I havo
buffeied untold miseiifis and no
amount of care or medicines gavo
me lolief On tho 2 jfh of this
month I managed to get out of my
bed and on tho afternoon of tho
day following I determined to go
and consult Dr McLennan My
husband and daughter assisted mo
and after a great deal of exeition
I managed to got up stairs to the
doctois office by the aid of my
fiiends Aftor thedoctor had uado
an external application to tho at
fected parts
and lelited that every misplaced
was going into ite proper paco
or by some mysterious means
The doctor Ihon told mo that tho
work was accomplished and that
I was healed I at first doubted
his word when he told mo to get
out of tho chair and walk tho floor
With fear and doubt I gradually
rose up and to my astonishment
I found that all
pain had loft me
and that I was perfectly well I
leaped for joy and could scarcely
refiain from worshiping so gieat
a healer as Dr McLennan Yes
sir you can just tell your readers
that Dr McLennan cured mo of an
infirmity I had suffered for fiteen
years and I want all afflicted ones
to go and eco him for thomsolvos
I am 58 years of ago and feel as
hough I could do tho work of two
women since I regained my health
and Btrcngth
Tho foregoing is tho etatoment
of Mrs Ah x wider at 241 South
Fourth street Salt Lake Utah in
the Salt Lako Tiibune
Dn MoLENNAN is located in CUERO at the FARUIS HOUSE
whero he may bo consulted free of charge Go and soo him no < v
member the present is yours tomorrow may bo too lata Gppovlu
nities corafljand go Now is yourtuna Act Quick

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