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Shiner gazette. [volume] (Shiner, Tex.) 1893-current, June 30, 1910, Image 1

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FOR SHLE BY
Garbade Lumber Co Shiner Tex
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Jo C BliOK
Boots Shoes and Hardware
WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR THE
Avery Cultivators Plows and
i HOW ABOUT THAT > >
5efrieerator P
rB HAVI3 an assortment of refiigerators and
kindly Invito you to call and see our line
Oui prices are right Coolras the Arctic regions
Milk butter vegetables and meat can be kept
without fear of a taint
G W E QftENOTBG
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Also White Sewing Machines
Highest price paid for Cotton and other Farm Products
us a call before buying elsewhere
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LIGHTEN THE LAWNKEEPING LABOR
An easy running ball bearing mower will help so inuch
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 vn
keeping easy and satisfactory to keep it in perfect condition
youll And hei e in a most satisfactory assortment priced to
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save you money t
May wo not have the pleasure of supplying your heeds
Shiner Hardware Co
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PITTSBURGH
mount el dlspfteed ilvtnUIng on PERFECT RtlNFOnCES THE t o
TCCTION AGAINST I7UST AT THE ELECTRICALLY tyTCLOED JOIHTj fmre U J n
STAYS CANNOT SLIP Tbey are atwayut wlicrc toey were put Siiy eidpJicJ Ul
Ucome on piece wben th union b made 7 fa fence la like wild ttiut of f erforated tttcL
EveVy Kod is Guaranteed Perfefc
Doot allow your prejudiced favor o therapldly idlaiflgcndoow wU uawi cJiyojIuva
fcarctolore koown to warp your good Judgment t j 4
PITTSDUnCH PERFECT FENCES REPRESENT PROGRESS btcivS nuddrtJs of
thouiaccU of dollars worth of tUniird material b dally welded by electricity t
Tie hoop on tb iveiJg iwgat barrel fa tdc Isolated country grocery store ti aaEIe < riCAllr welded
product
If your was mads In large factory Its tlret wwc welded by etcctrlcttr
You ufH find tLilneiH welded hoof a oa fee ctua Ireeiers and wsjMng machine on many tubs aod buckets CHmlni tbun
TTSBUMCH PERTCCT fences arc made by thti mocteOf simple and maevclous ptoctta producing THE WELD
THAT HELD
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T l iho Un ij strtner y edluatahla I ur en ground
Tbci tio Mflyt iU not trpvrata rent tl s rand
Tnat t a fnnta I ft rulit < n ovary particular
Cjd yoj aJ an mcc Idiotic iwcicJoa Your comfLte uifcfwUon tc thxlvUy
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DEALERS in general merchandise
We always have on hand a full and complete line of
Groceries Dry Goods Gents tfurnislSpKs
Anton Po lak
Ptopiietor
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AMD AUTHROAT AND IUG TRQUBLESJ
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SHINER LAVACA COUNTY TEXAS jgTHURSD AY MORNING JUNE 30 1910 NO 4g
SSoIonco has dcvsJopod soinaiSiing
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BTTSBURH PERFECT
FENCES RE WELEftg
BY ELECTRIC
This h the modcrrt method of construction Year o life at
added through the elimination ol exl6ui fence defects
Moulton News
Moulton Englo
Mrs Guy Haltom of Piatonia
arrived in the city Friday to visit
her parents Mn and Mrs Henry
Krauso
Prof William Eilers visited
Shiner Yoakum andllallettsville
last week in the interest of his
candidacy for county superin
tendent of public instruction
Mr and Mrs 01 Jaeggli left
yesterday for Stamfoid on a
Visit with friqnds and 1 datives
They went thiough the country
by private conveyance and will
be gone some eight or ten days
Herraleigh Herald
Dr and Mrs J G Guenther
of tliis city Mrs F P Guenther
of Hallettsville and F Guenther
of Kchulenburg returned Wed
nesday from Austin wheie they
attended the graduation exer
cises of the Stuto university
They made the trip in the doc
tors automobile
At Saturdays meeting of the
Masonic lodge the following offi
cers were elected for the ensuing
year R Preston W M John
Bucek S W J T Jaeggli JW
W K Richter T Henry Krause
SW J Cooper S D Robeit
Wiseman J D
From Hallettsville
Hallettsville Herald
The bid of James Tubbs for
painting the bridges in the coun
ty was accepted Contract to be
signed up and bond fixed at 200
County judge was authorized to
sign contract for county
The following is a list of the
presiding officers for the pri
mary election No 1 H M Tip
pett 2 B 0 Avant 0 Morris
Strunk 4 P Albrecht 5 M
Fahienthold 0 T J Brown 7 A
T McKay 8 J E Jalufka 9 Jos
Weishaar 10 Joo Hranitzky li
KV H MooM 12A Jaipison
17 J F Koonce 18 M T Ahders
19 Louis Tclschek 20 H M
Ciabb 21 J W Adamsj 22 C B
Kelly 23 F T Fchienkamp 24
August Krausq 25 J R Jasek
20 T M Todd 27 W C Fernau
28 J M Little
Senator D A Paulus was in
Austin this week attending the
lire rating boaul meeting in or
der to get all possiblo informa
tion about the lire rating board
law and its operation in order
that ho may know how to act on
the matter when the special bes
sion of the legislature convenes
July 19
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Fair at Aloulton
Moulton Texas June 23
The Moulton Agricultural Fair
opened yesterday Some of tbe
finest vegetables are on cxlubi
bition and cattle horses and
hogs as good as any one wants to
see aio theie Poultry of all
kinds and in fact oyorything
that constitutes a firstclass fair
of its kind is repiesented
Ed Barker Sons havo on ex
hibition the laigest loaf of bread
possibly in the woild twelve feet
long and weighing 110 pounds
All the merchants aie well lep
l esentejL
Over Hundred Enrolled
Yoakum Texas June 9 Yoa
kums summer normal which
opened Monday has settled
down to steady work now and
has an emollment of about one
hundred This number will be
considerably increased in the
next few days as studcuts are
still coming in Sessions aie
held from 9 to 1 oclock with no
intermissions and a fine corps of
instructors have the normal in
hand under the leadeiship of
Superintendent 0 A Peterson
KEPT TltE KmC AT HOME
v TorjKcpast year ttonaCo Kept the
Kingof all laati < 3 Dt Kings Now
Iifo IlUs ln pur li no and tliey liavo
hroed ablcstlns to all our family
writes iajU > MathulUaLof Buffalc N Y
Eay but Sure veinedy lor all stbradoli
li vcr andLidncy trouM s Only l > 5 At
rjl uU2B3ti
Ji WM tta ja S faS
Our Citizens
The density of population and the
ictlvity of the citizenship has largely
to do ivlth the prosperity of a com
munity Vc must look to the stork
ind the Immigration agent to increase
orr population Texas has the lacp
est fimilics of any State in the Union
The size of the average Texas family
is 5 3V and the size of the average
family in the Uilited States is 4 7
We have in Texas 122000 births an
nually which is a birth every foul
minutes
tendjj I
teaching
Texas Stork
V have 43734 deathswhich n one
death every twelve minutes We have
a net gaiti in population of nine per
hour or 78206 per annum Our birth
rate Is 33 per 1000 population per ane
num and the death rate 11 per 1000
population per annum making a net
natural gain of 22 per 1000 population
per year We find that 30 per cent of
the peopleborn in Texas go to other
States which leaves us a net gain in
population of 16 per 1000 population
per annum or a total of 56000 per
year It would take the stork sixty
five years to double the population of
a community says the Texas Com
merchl Secretaries Association Thro
stork is a splendid bird but too slovr
for Commercial Club work
Ninetyeight per cent of the popu
lation of Teas speaks English Wc
hac 107110 more males than females
Seventyone p < r cent of our popula
tion is native born white 19 per cent
is negro and 10 per cent foreija
born
Race Comparison
There arc 32500 unmvrricd wbmtif
in Txas ol inariiageabic age and
an one desiring wife should not
tail o invcstigite our opportunities
ind idvantagis along matrimonial
lines We hae 889964 children of
icholistic aje In 1000 Texas ranked
lixth in population in States of the
tju on Wc hid twelve counties that
show a population of less than 100
poopIs In 1000 The annual increase
ir wH te populaton Is relatively 2 per
ent giiir tian the colored popula
tion
ll ifrk can travel faster over
jood toads A the Improvement of
our p bli highways will incouragc
in Increase ti populalon
Private Summer School
Several parents have spoken
to mo about teaching a months
private school during July
especially for thoso who wish to
make a start for the fall session
those who failed to pass and all
others who wish to attend tak
ing up any subject they desiie
If a sufficient number will at
will teach four weeks
onlv during the fore
noon This is especially fol
lower and intermediate grades
If you wish to sdnd notify me
at once Price 250 per pupil
Respectfully
T J Ponton
Three AnUfiy Rules
1 Sci een all doors and win
dows
2 Coverall your foodstuffs
3 Remove all refuse arid filth
from house yard and quthduses
and Ah apvqvcnt flies 4 vovc
breeding on yottr premises
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