Shiner Gazette. (Shiner, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 28, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 11, 1894 Page: 1 of 8
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SHINER LAVAOA COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING JAN. 11 1894.
A. G. Wange
ij Goods Clothin
19 Ta. . am RB 4 Jl nlrv i RllvtAnkMtria
HARDWARE WOOD and WILLOWWARE and
Aobnt fr NEW HOME SEWINC MACHINE WALTER A. WOOD
MOWING MACHINES aWH RAKES JOHN DEERE PLOWS
CULTIVATORS and STALK CUTTERS and BAN-
3& NER PLANTERS.
Also Avery 6tal$ Cutters and
Louisvillo Cotton and Corn
All kinds of Country
produce bought at high-
est market prices. Cash
Paid for cotton Seed.
SS5Seo that Featherbonet
TJiinrfntinrlirL Wt'lV- n
Long Leaf Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber
1 7E are receiving daily car loads of LUMBER and onr stock is being constantly repfcnlshed. V
Wo will not bo undersold by any lumber firm in tho country. We have SHINGLES SASHES DOORH
BLINDS BUILDER'S HARDWARE and the genuino'GLIDDEN BARBED WIRE and FIRE-PROOF
BRICK. Wo also deal in Livo Stock; our yard is just below tho Aransas Pass depot. Our cleik
and book keeper G. W. Eechenburg speaks both German and Bohemian and is too well and favorably
known to need any further recommendation at our hands.
Call and See Us at
FLHTO & GREEN
SEYDLER & EfflfflBM
ms' Lumber Yard
long lear&ie cypress welit-urb-insr.
shinedes.5ashes doors and
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Genuine GlidSand Waukegw;
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Cedar PoSsW"" .AermoJKi;lrwrirog$
O-EST'H -- EOS-XIID ISE.
Titter C3-003DS CLOTHING HATS OAFS
BOOTS SHOES and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS or all kinds.
n ! J.l j i iJ
laiiiiiy smpie ana lancy groceries urouKery gj.v?F'
ware and tinware and gen 1 merchandise of
all kinds COMPLETE LINE OF HARDWARE.
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Here's Your Tree EGG CASES at J. P. BUTTANCK'S.
FARMER'S EGG OASES.
When yon purchase anything at
our store hvc the amount punched
; a no case.is mauroiHn ' nauusoine-
m . awiw' et fl w w w p
i!-TOWN LOTS .IMPROVED and UNIMPROVED
I am tho authorized aeent of H. B. Shiner and the Sin Antoniovand
Ariusas Pass Railroad Town Sito Company for the salq of all their lots
in the town of Shiner.
I proposo to sell everything that I cirry in stock as cheap as tho same
qualitv can bo bought elsewhere. I defy all competition. My clerk
Mi. Albert Moeller speaks German English and Bohemian. I ask
you to call and examine my stock before buying else hero
C. L. WILLIAMS.
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WW verv durableTwSaTes'bolhvackinE
md counting obvlatea loss from
breakage and mispouiie and is an
ornament to any home. This caso
will bo given you wbon your cash
purchases Amount to ?20.
Nuts of all kinds
Sec our 5 10 mid 25 cent
S.iineb - Tex
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IT'S tOOAIi NEWS.
The public school hero opened
January 2 with ranks somewhat
decimated from the effects of Christ-
mas jollifications but as visitors
depart and visiting families como
back to their homes and the pupils
resume their accustomed places
the school increases in numbers
from day to day and puts on a more
cheerful appearance. Much has
been accomplished in tho last three
months but tho teachers think
that much more can be accom-
plished in tho next threo months
because tho teachers know their
pupils better the pupils know their
teachers better the facilities for
teaching have been increased and
the school is now well organized
Mrs Leo Lewis died January 4
mid was buued in the Methodist
dairying grounds at Moulton insti-
Vn infant child of Joseph Hem
rich was buried in tho Catholic
bnrying grounds at Moulton on
Uncle Billy Leser has been quite
sick with la grippe and Major
Holmes postmaster at Moulton in-
stitute witli pneumonia but both
Miss Zoe Bunting who was sick
at home recovered and returnid to
her school last week.
Johnnv Rothfaur Anna Krausc
Louise Meyer and soveral other
pupils of thb public school have
been unable to attend school on
account of sickness.
Billy Krause returned homo on
January 4 from a business trip to
Alleyton and Columbus.
Aleq Vanham came in January
4 from his ranch in Uvalde county.
William Menke has moved to
Frank Wagner is about to sell
his meat market to Mr. Priosmeyer.
Mr. Handlos has opened a bar-
ber shop in the rear end of tho
building occupied by Bohnen-
kamp's stoi e.
Fannin Arnim still wiolds the
brush and r.uor at tho old stand
formerly occupied by Harloy Au-deieon.
10 ligbtn'nj rod men invade 1
. ." a t
and TABLEWARE; tho
bst in Shiner.
Free Delivery to all Parts
ONLY THE BEST CITY.
GOODS KEPT IN
STOCK IN ENDLESS O-sOLIlSrE
irTrrairz-rir BY THE GALLON.
JLrVillLv X u.
J. F. MITTANOK
Call and see my splendid lino oi
Moulton lret week.
Mrs. M. E. Keesee has moved
her stock of millinery into a part
of the building occupied by Mr.
A. F. McKay's store.
Dr. Lancaster leit lei Lockhart
on tho 4th and returnid Titli his
family on tho 6th.
Mr. C. W. Hairj-U left homo on
January 6 to go to UcUetsville
whence ho exp '"tint to go to his
ranch in tho Hop neighborhood.
Misses Honto Hicks and Mollie
Franks wont diwn to Yoakum on
a visit January 3.
Editor Ward's pleasant physiog-
nomy waB seen in Moulton last
Friday and while hora ho did not
forget to lifcht up tho public school
by an encouraging visit.
Many cotton wagons wero seen
on tho stieets of Moulton last Sat
urday notwithstanding tho in-
clemency of the weather." The
shipments of tho fleecy staple from
this Dlaco up t$? that day were
uearly 4000 baWf which tho
firm of Baur & .Vgpjhad handled
about 1800. T Jrm purchased
on that day 430 dozen eggs and
lepoit that their aggregito business
on that day In all lines was the
bu3t in twelve months. Saturday
anneired to. beJured-letter day
w ith all tho firms in town.
Rustieus AmicuB and B0eral
moro of "cus" family were in town
Your correspondent has been in-
formed that Misses Zoe and Mattie
Bunting aro both quito sick at
their father's residence.
Quebedeaux's store at Nickel was
burglarized Friday night. Tho
thieves entered through the win-
dow and took about $5 from tho
Robert Moore near Gonzales
shot his half-brother Frank Mooro
Saturday. Our report says that
Frank was advancing on him with
Nota Bene has the K.lp
What a terrible grip. Is the grip ot
of the Blip
Tor when you aro gripped bytlie
lirlp ol Its crip
You aro Riippod bo a gup that's
haid to ungrlpi
And when you think ou're ungilppcd
troin the grip of iti RIp.
TUo gtip still grips you with Its toi-
Wo are sorry o leaan that tl o
mother of Miss Carson tho teacher
at Stonewall is very low and that
she has gono to San Marcos to stay
and wait on her mother. We aro
sorry to lose her but when duty
calls her sho is always ready to le-
Bpond. She carries with her sym-
pathy of all that knows her. Hdr
sister takes her place as teacher.
Thero has been eomo BicknesB
around haie. Mr. Jas. D. Smith
has been vory sick but I leasned
from Dr. Minton that he is socio
better at this time.
Tho young peoplo havo bcn
having a grand old time at tho
parties and dances this week and
as Mrs. Haynes is from home vis-
iting in DeWitt county Mr. Bob
Haynes and tho young Dr. Mintoni
took in a dance at W. Kredles!d
Tuesday night and thoy say tm
I )l t'jok a shine of tho boy oii
1 that night. Bob wf'jm
use at your time Mrs. H yt
homo on ' Sunday and p.
Thero was a dance a
Moore's on Thursdi
tho bos say the
time had a fine sij
until 8 o'clock n
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Ward, C. W. Shiner Gazette. (Shiner, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 28, Ed. 1, Thursday, January 11, 1894, newspaper, January 11, 1894; Shiner, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth111957/m1/1/: accessed August 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .