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Shiner gazette. [volume] (Shiner, Tex.) 1893-current, October 10, 1906, Image 3

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GESUNDHEIT
1ST BESSER WIE
KRANKSiEIT
GciiinJhiil lit btistr at Krankhtit
I jn old Girman proicrb which alnajs holds good
There is Kinuine health in OUR NEW
TEXAS PRIDE
beer or there is no purer beer brewedQind our
motto is Not Low chcipbut how goodli ftvothintr
but the Very Best Malt aramhc Ijn Llrnportcd
Mops in connection vittarWpurcstafAfan distill
< MM wf
cd water are used in the manuhiclSiepf same It is
1 aged in steel EmmiW GIAt Uanls in a sterilized
atmosphere thcnftjtjs ifool inii the hops a tonici
consequently a hjlthr > roYyotir
AV c do not ask jou oMnnMourbecr on accuunt of en
couraging slrWwJliW < C a Home Industry alone
but Hy strfi nwtjic lact tint wc hac absolutely a
superior artrfjc yf
Lay prejudice aside try it ani be convinced
San Antonio Brewing Association
F P LUCK Agent Shiner Texas
This flne beer irt for sale in Shiner by E J Wangc
mann Joe Macha and at Dicker bv Adolph Schultz
Also bottled beer by Aug Schramm
SHINER OIL MILL
AND
MANUFACTURING CO
Is ready for business and will buy all your
seed and pay the highest market price
HULLS AND MEAL ALWAYS ON HAND
1 Sell your seed to the HOME MILL and
patronize a HOME INSTITUTION
W ift t
lef
G rDANIBL M i
OPERA HOUSE BAR J
Staring purchased this Saloon I Inrlte all tar Friends
and the Old Customers to
CALL AND SEE ME
I will keep a Axil stock of tlie Best Whiskies Winss
Beer and Cigars and will always treat you right
ALBERT BERCI1ENHOFF
Bismarck Saloon JH S3
THE BEST WHISKIES WINES
AND LIQUORS ALWAYS IN STOCK
We sell the favorite PJiBST BEER
FINE OIGARB
Follta and Courteous Treatment
NEXT DOOR TO WALTEHS BIOS
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m THE PALACE SALOON S
Newly Renovated and Improved
Has Just Been Hcopencd By E J Wangemann
I Will Carry the Finest and Best of Wines Whittles Doer and Clears
tu Town Call and Be Ms and Ton Will b Made Welooms
t J WANGEMANN Proprietor
j iUkkklssy hsaSlUldU i Wllk WidUil1rtAsSstit < j
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WHISKY AND WEEJjjtS
Dr Hunter Says It Is FoollshTpmd that
Alcohol Is Too Expensive
New Orleans La Oct S gi W D
Hunter United States Entomollglst In
charge ot tho iboll woovHSjjSampalgn
In Texas before leavlng torli Dallas
with Dr L 0 Howard madejthe fol
lowing Interesting stntementpF
Tho uso of whiskey foffi0 exter
mination of the boll weelJJot which
mention has lately been made la ab
Bolutely foolish although alcohol like
numerous other things wllT destroy
tho weevil It Is not practicable be
cause there are any numboKof cheap
cr things that are just asajftective
What the department U In aroh ot
is not an exterminating agentfbecause
we bellovo it impossible W want
something which will cnablyjne far
mer to raise a ctop ot coucrajln spite
of tho ravages of tho weovjjlJWe de
sire to control the sltuaMonVnther
than kill tho bug 9n
JESSUP GA BURNINOi
No Means of Fighting the F JWhlch
Has Already ConsumedjJBlocks
Jcasup Gai A destrucirvqflflro la
raging in Jessup It hasmietro > ed
tho Strickland Hotel henSjKEaited
two stoics the postofflc BtSd Is
spifading rapildlj
The buildifig In which th e elephono
Pay or Resign
is this
message giving tho Inform ffloiylot tlie
Are Is telephoned It is sural tqtbo do
etroyed and this is tho lastftnlssage
Uiat will leave the town Spll
There are no means otjilghtlng the
ames wlilch are swoeplng onlln their
woik of destruction
San Antonio Tex AQg icc13
ago itho ipolice and fliecomrnLsslon
of this olty lMssed a resolUitlontto tho
pffect that all men emplojedlln each
department must pay theldReJjtis or
resign It has been leaTnJSTw tho
comimisslon that somo monjliavo dis
abejed this order Al meichants who
claim that trills aie unpaldlSlll be
asked to come before the cccffifeslon
and df the policemen havo hcWTnegll
gent in the pajrnent ithey lll dis
charged from tlie foice Thteppjlled
to all bills etcept fpr lUiuorianHoUier
items that may baclasscdaat raVa <
igant
Mexican Woman Stabbed
San Antonio Tex Lout nlgji at
Converse Tex a Mexican woman
Karcisso Gomez was murderousljjas
eaulted She was coming out lotjj a
store wuth a pochet booh iln her hand
A man demanded tliat she give upjtho
lmrse She refused and he grabbed
tlie purse striking at her with a knife
Inflicting a very dangerous v > ounc Just
over the Incut As she turned toMn
eho was struck in tho back withltbe
knife tho weapon remaining lnltia
wound Her assalbnit escaped
Advised to Dissolve Union I1
La At
Lake Charles a mectingjlaM
night of tho Lake Charles Mill AT orj < j
era Union tlie president of tho unicm
not affiliated with tho union
Twenty Lives Lost In Mexican Floidsj
City ot Mexico Twenty llvco
lost in floods in Jalisco MIchoacan
caused by Uio torrential Jaln3 ot tlie
Fast fortyielght hours Enormoua
damago to property has resulted s
Kalenberg Killed
riedorlckburs Tex Otto Kalenj
berg living dn the lowei end of this
county was accidentally kUled hut
night He heard a noise in his chick
en Uiouso and took his gun and w ent to
lnestlgate A shot was fired As ho
did not ireturn people went out and
found Mm dead and Ms gun dis
charge S
Postoffices Discontinued
Washington Tho following Texas
po3totflces have Iben ordered discord
s Bonanza Hopkins county
tlnuod
dray Eastland county CJrovelandl
Jack county Lomlt Shelby county
Dillon Fenft and Posey Hopkins coun
ty
Wanted In Coryell
Dodge Tox A roiui by tho nnmo
ot Kirk wanted in Coryoll count on
a charge ot orimlnnl nstwuU wai nr >
r < itcd Jtwo Bftturrtfy 1J dopiit
114 nnd la bo4nj held landing tho < r
rl ni ot otficent from there
Streets Made Up of Human Beings
and Light and Air
Sticets aie commonly supposed to
bo mado of bricks and mortar but
as a maticr of fact these material
only go to supply tho background
Streets nre really made of human be
ings ana light and air especially
human beings I romembei prowling
once nt midnight in a Moorish town
and getting well lost for my pains
Tho deserted streets which seemed
to hate following a straight line for
more than a couple ot hundrod feet
wero picturesque enough with tho
moonlight breaklug their darkness
hore nnd there but they were itally
expressionless until turning thu cor
ner I nearly stumbled agaitist a
stalwait Moor who Btood leaning mo
tionless upon his musket Thnre was
Bomething about his dress an4 atti
tude that seemed almost too guod to
bo true for a moment he w ro the
air of a theatrical episode aj though
I Mr Timid Oer pardon me Miss
Staudto but at what ago do j ou think
James Shevaller advised tho memhersfeyomen should marry
to dissolve the union and apply if ° r
work at the mfll3 as individuals For
raal action was not t ccn on tnajrSj
commendation It is understood that
die mills will resume operations toj
day if crews can ibo mustered whoarel Condtons n the Large cmes a Ds
lK j50yT = r3ff r T
F T FEHRENfC MP
Dealer
t only onirics a Pall Stoek of tht Ysry Best
LUMBER SHINGLES SASH JND DOORS
Bns ho can also supply you with
Brick Paints Oils Builders Hardware
Barb Wire Poultry Netting Pump Plpo Fittings tnd
DANDY WINDMILLS
Prompt and eSoa aUsosioa girt is all coders
Moulton Texas
MM HIIIM MlOlM > MMlM
Advertisers can always get
results through tnis paper
NOT BRICKS AND MORTAR
ho had been deliberately stagged
thero to glvo my western eyes a now
sensation But how the pure human
nnturo of him transformed the dreary
street I To a lost traveler he changed
tho wholo faco ot things in an Instant
A plcturo of that street without him
would have been nothing more than
a conventional plcturo of light and
shade My turbaned Bentinel tilled it
with vitality and Interest The point
needs no emphasis jet It is Interest
ing to consider how one is perpetually
coming back to It dlsregardful of that
background of which wo are all in
clined and not unreasonably inclined
to make so much
1 suppose no ono was over more dhs
posed than was Balzac to get all that
could bo got out of tho background
Ills novels aro lioh nlth passages
some of them so long that they till
a good part of tho chapter in which
the characters of streets aro estab
llshed with a piofouud feellilg for the
individuality ot inanimate things
Scrlbncrs
What aro jou getting so excited
for I havent said anything to pro
voke you
You said that Im the biggest
swindler that you know in tho busi
ness
Well what of that I was think
ing jou and I ought to go Into part
nershlp
Childhoods Toll to Mammon
grace to America
When womens wiappeis aro paid
wergffor at tho rate of 4D cents a dozen
and silk waists at eight cents each it
1s easy to understand why even the
help of tiny children must be called
upon to earn a pittance for tho mak
ers If the children can do no more
Tthan thread needles or pull out bast
ings their assistance is precious if
they are intelllgcnt enoTigh to sew on
buttons or make buttonholes their
help is more precious still As soon
as baby fingers can move Intelligently
they play an increasingly important
part in the labor of tho household
til seems Incredible I know to talk
ot an Infant three years old working
and some may regard the statement
that such little ones do work as a sen
sational exaggeration But it is liter
ally true as Is proved by the testi
mony ot witnesses ot unimpeachable
LOST AND FOUND A STORY WITH
A MORAL
Opportunity knocked onco at a
manBdoor
JjfcyCo ma In said tho man Who aro
yo u nud what do you want
CI n Opportunity ropllcd tho > ls
Sites
flza sorry snld the man but this
pQny uusy day Cant > ou drop In to
morrow
Wepnjo daya Inter Opportunity hap
character A babj tluee jeirs old
can straighten out tobacco leases or
stick the stamens of artificial floweis
through the petals A child of four
can put tho covers on paper boes oi
een help to paBte them A child from
foui to six jears of ago can pull out
bastings and sew on buttons A child
of eight can make aitlflclil flowers al
most as well as an adult and can
make paper bags just as well and al
most as quickly Many a girl fiom
eight to twclvo j ears old can finish
boys knee pants as well as her
mother In our greatest and richest
city babies who should bo in tho kin
dergartens hao been compelled to
work in such occupations as I liavo
described and others ot a like na
ture Womans Homo Companion
Difficult Cotton to Weave
Weaving cotton in Africa Is slow
and difficult work A skilled work
man can weave about threo > ards a
day
pening In tho viclnltj again met Fail
ure
Hello cried Failure Whero ara
you going
I really dont know replied Op
portunity 1 was to call on a man
but I guosa Im lost
Then I guess Im found shouted
Failure nnd ho hurried to tho man
and dwelt with him oor nttor Judge
How much tho world needs kind
ncsai hvv cully It U douol Ira
tnoud
rrirmv
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