Shiner Gazette. (Shiner, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 2, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 6, 1899 Page: 1 of 8
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VOLT * SHIITES, LAY AO A COUNTY, TEXAS/UeDU ESD A YMOSNINS, DECEMBER 8, 1899.
Dealer is Real Estate
Lumber and Shingles.
I ONG-leiif Dine and cypress lumber, cypress pickets and moulding,
jl 1 sash, doors, blinds, and builders’1 hardware. fountain Cedar
,js,ud Post Oak Posts, Brick, lime and cement. Waukegan and Glidden
B>u-b Wire, Slick Wire. Hodge Wire Fence. Rubber mixed paints,
v, bite lead, oil. varnishes, &e. Studebaker, Qid Hickory and Tennessee
wagons. Extra wngou and buggy tongues, and shafts. Extra wagon
wheels. Hacks, Barries, Phaetons, Buggies and Buck hoards. Extra
Buggy and hack tops. Bingloand double harness, bridles and collais.
Sliiner - -- -- -- -- Texas-
DRUGGIST AND STATIONER.
A Complete Line of Drugs and Patent Medicines
AUvavs in Stock.
School Books and Stationery.
PRICES VERY LOW.
SHINER. - TGXYN.
av; iuv-«fcX.T^giA;r --_•—"-„-—
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Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brick, Wind Mills, etc.
^'Jbe GENUINE GLIDDEN & WAUKEGAN BARBED WIRE, which ,
L the best on the market and is easier to stretch than any other wire. *
Polite and fromprtattsntion jt yU times......„ ^atisfaction Guaranteed.
A. V. Schvab,
Watchmakers Jeweler and Optician.
Shiner, : : Texas.
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THE PLACE TO BUY YOUIi
Carnes’ Cheap Cash
And FREE DELIVERY.
S. A. Carnes Mgr.
If yon want to get the full value for YOUR DOLLAR,
try me, *as I offer you nay goods at SPECIAL RE-
DUCED PRICES in all lines as fol.iot.vs :
Set Rings, with
Stones, from 75 cts.
Solid Gold plain
Rings, from$1 25
i nd up
Bangle Pins, Solid.Gold,
$2.25. Rolled Gold $1.00.
The OLD RELIABLE Photographer.
Argentic and Platinoid Enlargements
Made Street From negatives, at
3EeasonaMe If ates.
Cabinet Photos t $2.50 per Bozen.
GALLERY AT RESIDENCE, NORTH OF CATHOLIC CHURCH.
ndil? BECl 10-
Music by The SMirer
.... BAND ...
F-G. WARN KEN,.
Invite your special attention to my newly
received stock of Silverware, suitable for
Wedding and Christmas Presents.
Additional Local News.
A BROKEN SASH
Door, or Blind, are easily...
Repaired with stock from...
Us. Bear us in mind for...
Your next order.
...Haveyour sash repaired
...And new glass put in
...Before the cold blasts of
...Winter strike you.
Then. Schuhrnan surrendered his
position with C. B. Welhauserpon
the let and will be associated with
Wm. Wendtland & Co. This firm
will put in a large stock of goods,
including dry goods.
Joe Bennett, brother of John
Bennett, and an old resident of
all who desire to attend.
WE AII IT GOING TO
The Dewey Restaurant.
GOOD TO EAT,
AND WE MUST GET THE RE.
The Gazette is rejoiced to hear
of the good fortune of its young
friend Mr. Fred Brunkenhoeffer. of
Moulton. Fred has won for him-
self a fair young bride. He was
married yesterday at Alleyton,
Lavaca county, was in Shiner a lexas,. to Miso Id ary leikeit. Th,.
short time last Wednesday. Mr. j happy couple will make Moulton
Bennett says ho helped to locate!C>eir home and will be tendered a-
the county seat of Lavaca county, j ball i! nd reception there next I lidav
\ ! night by the young people of MouL
C. B. V\e hausen will move his I - . ,
J ton. A number ot the young peo-
[ pie of Shiner will be there to aid in
extending the bride and groom a
hearty welcome. Mr. E. J. Mair
stock of hardware etc , to theFlato*
corner and will consolidate the two
stocks. The old Flato stock rec-
ently purchased by Mr. Welhausen
will be replenished with new goods.
has promised to be there, and, al-
though not a benedict himself, will
Mr, J. B, Hollingsworth has sold endeavor to point out the road to
his residence to Mr. Otto Henkhans true happiness for young married
and will move to Gonzales. We people. The Gazette hopes that
regret very much to lose Jim, as he he will be successful,
is a good citizen and we can heart
LIKE THE ROCK
After which it is named our
Is of enduring quality.
The first-.cost is a little more than ' Has been thoroughly renovated
the best tin but utensils of granite,ana enlarged, and is now one of
1 the neatest places in the city.
I The DEWEY Restaurant
wwre will outlast two or three of
the cheaper materhU.
The line wo offer is made-by the
host manufacturer, in the United!
| SHORT ‘ORDERS FILLED
AT ALL HOURS.
1 Give me a call.
Willie Emler, Prop.
ily recommed him to the good peo-
ple of Gonzales.
Mr. Ed. N-ieman of Sweet Home,
l and Miss Otliliie Web man wore
(married on Tuesday November 2L
at the residence of brides’ father,
Mr. Wm. Web man, Rev. Kuelt
officiating. The happy couple went
to Galveston to spend; their honey-
The children of the Methodist
Sunday school are- preparing an
excellent C nr i s t in as e n te r ta i n me n t--.
consisting of beautiful and appro--
priate Christmas songs and recita-
tions. It will he given apt the Meth
CL b_ we IhaosenJ LSK
Rent Contracts, for, sale at.The.
J. R. Daniel.
Mrs. Frank Cos,
Steve Hole kail
W. 0. Mewes,
Mrs. J. F. Kopecky,.
G ERH ARD NIEM £YEli. ■
Esciiknnura & Bi.o11\f,.
J. B. iloLLTNGSWOKflUi,
(Delayed from last week.)
Wied is without a blacksmith...
Our former blacksmith. Henry'
Meyer, has left here and moved to*
Moulton,, where he has purchased aA
shop. A.s Reporter No. 2 of Wit-
ting sometime ago mentioned that.-
V h'U't: iT• •• four- Li \r ‘ •.
they might.have one to spare. Can*
yon send u.s one Reporter ?
The ball which was to have bee in
given on Nov, 18. was postponed om
account of bad weather; It will,
take place on December 2.'
Aug Bamberger, of Moulton,,
spent a few days here last week,,
Mrs. L. Baron of Bastrop; who*
has been here visiting the family of
J... A. Smothers the past few weeks, ,
returneddmme last week,
Mr. Jack Good-son, of- .Breslau,*
passed through*; here from Yoakum*
Chas. Wild of Lindenan, DeWitb
county, who has been visiting hero ■
the past- two weeks, returned home ■
Messrs. Hi L.-Sfulken and P.rof..
Lott of Breslau, were here visiting;
on government hill since ourdast.
Mrs. Aug. Miller and Miss Her--
mina Fcrnau of Sublime, are here-
visiting Mr. and Mrs.. Adolph
Abrahardt Bunorden of Pagell
settlement was visiting here since
our- last report.
P. J. Blasshke is building a new
Mr. Geo. IdcGonigle of Midland,.
Midland county, was here last week-
with a nice, bunch of mares for sale,.
He was formerly a resident of this
piaee 16 years ago.
Some of our young-peo-ple attend- •
ed the ball at Witting.. Saturday/
Mrs. M. A. Kuhitzp arriveddn the *
city yesterday.-- and is the guest of
her son-in-law* and daughter Mr.,
and Mrs. C. L Jaeggli.
Owing to r, rush of business The
! Gazette failed last week to change
odist c ureh on .Friday night be- - subscribiag liberally to the stock of j
f&setCbxisttxuiSc and. will. be.free-to,; the Catxiecon.’.cotton-milL-
, its cotton report.. This., week, .*> w-
R.B.Hollingsworth, byd.B IT. erer, .they hive been bron-ht up Uw
__________________ ! date mid will shew the total reeeiptS-s
The farmers around Cameron are i»«d-.the ruling price..
Bubscribe for.d'lie Ga^sHe*.
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Habermacher, J. C. Shiner Gazette. (Shiner, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 2, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 6, 1899, newspaper, December 6, 1899; Shiner, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1110992/m1/1/: accessed July 9, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Shiner Public Library.