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rE HAVE an assortment of refiigoratqrs and
kindly invite you to call and see our lino
Qur prises are right Cool as the Arctic regiohs >
Milk butter vci6tables and meat can be kept
without fear of a taint
G W ESGHENBURG
SHINER TfEXAS
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LIGHTEN THE LAWNKEEPING LABOR
An easy running ball bearing mower will help so much
They cut evenly and run so smoothly Then you may need
a sickle a scythe whet stone clippers
Just bear in mind that whatever you need to make la ivn
keeping easy and satisfactory to keep it in perfect condition
youll find here in a most satisfactory assortment priced to
save you money
May wo not have the pleasure of supplying your needs
Shiner Hardware Co
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TTSBURGH PERFECT
PEGGIES ARE WEEEXS
BY ELECTRICITY
This Ii the modtrrt method of eorutructlon Yean of life
aided through the elimination of serious fence defect
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FOR SHLE BY
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DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE
We always have on hand a full and complete line of
Groceries Dry Gopds Gents Fuitaishings
Boots Shoes and Hardware
WE ARE ALSO
ag AGENTS FOR THE
Buckeye Mowers Florence Wagons
Also White Sewing Machines
Highest price paid for Cotton and other Farm Products
us a call before buying elsewhere
Please give
OPERA HOUSE
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Short order meals and lunches
Pish and Oystets In season
Separate Room for Ladies
OPEN NOW
Anton Polak
Proprietor
Electric
Succeed when everything else falls
In nervous prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy as thousands have testified
FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND
STOMACH TROUBLE
it is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggists counter
J 0 HADUnMACHEU
NOTARY PUBLIC
Gwette Office < > SHINCHTEX
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SHINER LAVACA COUNTY TE
ASgpURSDAY MORNING JUNE 23 1910
A Camping Party
Whoever heard of a camp with
out a tent Such was the pre
dicament in which we were
found when the two parties met
at the liver one composed of
the Harmoh crowd the other
members of Big Hill Dryer
Hochheim Nickel and Maurin
communities There were about
thirtyfive to participate in this
our third annual camp on the
picturesque Guadalupe The
trees with their spreading
branches heavily laden with
moss formed dense shades in
which we put up our cots and
swinging hammocks making
ourselves comfortable though
the tent was not in evidence
When each party arrived
there were yells sent forth to
ascertain whether the others
were in waiting These were
quickly answered and soon the
jolly young people met at the
waters edge and were ferried
across in the twentypassenger
boat to the south side where wo
struck camp First of all our
Gypsy revelries wo prepared
1 oclock lunch when full iustice
was done to the inviting dainties
prepared for the occasion Three
days passed in which were
ciowded drives bqat rides ko
daking parties strolls and all
kinds of jolly games At eve
ning when the boat filled to its
capacity gently floated down
stream in the rays of the bright
young moon happy oices could
be heard singing those oldtime
melodies so dear to the hearts of
allOn
On the second night we were
entertained by one df our charin
ihgchaperones Mrs R H Lit
tleiield with a most interesting
flower contest which was qiiite
cultivated in great abundance
It ran thus I planted a young
mans name and a feather What
came up Of course twas a
jonquill etc thero being ten to
be answered Miss Edith Little
field and Mr John Hamon win
ning first prize a boat ride just
for two down the stream which
biought to mind that well known
song
A Man A Maid A Moon A Boat
The second prize was won by
Miss Maude Kendall and Mr
Fi ed Kokernot This was a boat
ride up stieam The booby
a laige sweet pickle was
awaided to Miss Brooksie Mooie
and Mr Allen Neighbors
it was not until the moon had
hidden its bright young face
that tho good night and happy
dreams were reluctantly spoken
and each sought his own downy
pillow whllo the owls kept
watch
Much enjoyment was found in
fishing especially on dry land
with which the young people
were accused
The last morning of tho camp
was spent in viewing the beauti
ful Hamon bluff and carving our
names thereon On leaching
camp after our long exploration
we were told that wo must pull
up stakes but not until we had
planned the second camp of tho
season to be held in August
wei e willing to do so Goodbyes
were then spoken each looking
forward to tho pleasures in store
for the future when we shall all
meet again to enjoy natures
hospitality M E
The Mercury is in receipt of
tho marriage announcement of
Editor Bruce McCarty of Eagle
Lake and Lottie Lula Wilson
daughter of Mr and Mrs P 0
Wilson of Taylor Wo congratu
Jate McCarty upon his good for
tunc of winning such a prize
Miss Wilson is an amiable young
lady very popular and is loved
by all who know her The groom
well we all know him He is one
of Colorado countys most popu
lar and successful young busi
ness men and ls < editor of the
Headlight at Eaglo Lake We
wish thema long and happy life
Weimar Mercury
MUST BE HLil
State Chairman
Warns Goliad
Comitteemen
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Storey
County
San Antonio Texas June J8
A Storey chairman of the State
democratic executive committee
today gave out the following let
ter
W E Fowler Chairman Demopratlo
Lxeoutlvo Committee Goliad Co
My Dear Sir I have received in
formation from various sources that
your e ecuthe committee did not re
spond to jour oBlclal call for the
meeting prescribed by law 1 suppose
you have of couise issued a call for
j our meeting next Mondayt and in
quiry leads me to bellee that some
at least of your committeemen for
the put pose of preventing a vote in
the primary election in jour county
are proposing to absent themselvos
from that meeting Such could not be
the case if j our committeemen wero
advised as to the law of this State
aad tho duties Incumbent upon pre
cinct chairmen
Your committeemen evidently think
that they aro of no more itrlpoitanco
than the old precinct chaiiraeu who
were merely political officers and
havo no Information as to tho dlffer
enco between them and a precinct
chairman since the enactment of the
Terrell election law They are now
officers charged with official duties
under tho law the same as any othot
ofllceis would be and under the law
can be forced under hoayy penaltj of
costs bj the judge of that district to
peifoim eery duty laid dpwn by the
statute
Strengthened Colquitt
Hallettsville Texas Juno 11
It is generally conceded here
that the submission of tlie prohi
Wttongu stion Jias vlrtually
race and added materially to the
strength of Colquitt who will
get nearly the unanimous vote of
the antisubmissionlsts while
Davidson and Poindexter will di
ide the vote of thoso favoring
submission
Hon E Gieptner candidate
for representative from the
Fiftysecond distiict composed
of Wharton and Lavaca counties
has announced in all tho papers
of the district and will wage an
aggressive campaign He is an
antiprohibitionist and is op
posed to submission of a state
wido prohibition amendment
favoring the democratic principle
of local option He indorses the
platform of Colquitt in his race
for governor
Club Reception
Mrs C B Welhausen Jr was
at homo last Thursday afternoon
from 3 to 0 to tho members of
tho Twentieth Century Club
Miss Hilda Birkman of Weimar
was special honor guest
At the conclusion of progres
sive 42 Mrs Ed T Wolters of
Lano City was awarded first
prize a dainty china tea service
Miss Hillio Wendtland won vhe
booby a tooth pick holder
An elaborate lunch was seryetl
and all spent one of the most de
lightful social afternoons of tho
season
Thoso present were Mesdames
A B Dunn S A Thulemeyer
F Ledbetter Joe Hughs Chas
Amsler Ella Moeekel and Ed
Wolters of Lano City Misses
Ella Richter Hilhe Wendtlarid
Tillie Wolters Agnes Stuike
and Miss Birkman of Weimai
little Misses Mildied Welhausen
and Louise Thulmoyer
New Gin Stands
Mr Frank Vrazel is improving
his plant by installing four now
gin stands Three old stands
aie being taken out and the four
new ones put in which will give
him eight good gin stands for
the drteninft of the season which <
local glnnaVs evidently think will
be very eooih Gonae3 Tp
quher
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