Shiner Gazette. (Shiner, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 9, Ed. 1, Thursday, August 23, 1894 Page: 1 of 8
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SHINER GAZETTE. .
SHINER LAYAOA COUNTY TEXAS THUESDAY MORNING AUG. 23 1894
A G. W ANGEM ANN.
Dof Goods Clothing Boots
olioes Hats and Caps Groceries
HARDWARE WOOD and WILLOWWARE and
Gn'l M9 elm disc
Aar.vr rim NEW HOME SEWINC MACHINR WALTER A. WOOD
MOWING MACHINES and RAKES JOHN DEERE PLOWS
Cl'IriVATORS and STALK CUTTERS am. BAN-
NER PLANTERS. Agent for New Home Sen ine Maihinci.
Also Avery Stalk Cutters and
Louisville Cottos and Corn
All kinds of Country
produce bought at high-
est market prices. Cash
Paid for cotton Seed.
5m that Ftthrbnl
S -& ::?::rtafj Mjgjg;
bq wagons buggies nacKs wind mills cypress tg
wen cur Ding genuine liinaenana waukegen
barbed wire builders' hardware etc.
o o c o
Lumber doors sash
And everything kept in a
first class lumber yard.
giToWn Lots Improved and 0 n improved.
wk.luidw Sjiit4AiS. t.
'1. ".'. I Li2d2JkS5"l
I FLKTO SCREEN
jflumber shingles sash blinds
I doors brick wind mills etc.
Genuine Gladden Barbed Wire.
F I ri
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ST fflTTlA "K
Si Mm i 71 &
STOYE TIN and HARDWARE!
Ck--. Galvanized Iron Tanks
Welfjausei) Es. (Drjirjar Yoxas.
In Immense Stock7at-
Ice Crtm and
See oar 5 lO and 5tS cent
BlllHEH - Trx.
BLOHM & HAHNKE'S.
Which they .ire disposing ot a( clow (lnuos. Thev diul In all kind of oils
paints Munl-dies and an qulslte Hue ot wall impel. Thev hnve on hand
ullist-i'lne!. I"t of lofQns. These Kentlt'inen hip rnn-lanth IiiitpiisIdi;
their dock. Give them acall and set Hit) cents worth tm one ilollur.
City Barber Shop
it's local xinvs.
BDOLPH STEPHEN Proprietor.
City Beer. Canned O-oods and
Xj-unoli of all Kinds.
Situated next to Flato ife Greco's Lumber Yard.
SHINER. - TEXAS
A. 0. KGEPKE PROPRIETOR.
Call on me aad get a neat Shine a good Sli impou Sea Foam or
Tonic. A tu.il application of my Duidrull Cure iite. Hair cutting in
all the latest styles. Two first-class chaii'B and two good wmkinen. .
AM F. NAVE M. D.
MILLER AND GIN NEE.
The newest and best of machinery Cm gin from 41 to 43 bales per
diy. Good treatment guaranteed. Full weights given all of my
customer!. Will gin as cheap as any gin in the county. A
trial ie all I ask.
Al'G.STEPHAS SHINER TEXAS.
Office between Welhausen'a 4ud
the drugstore. Calls promptly'at-
teuded Residence opposite Moth-
N JL JEJILV$J&XJLLAJ&.JbJ0
Sving our Cdtton this season to the old Reliable GINNER3
TRAUTWEIN & WOLTERS
Tliey i.rc better prepared than ever to do good work. The best Ma-
chiiier'i Ginning capacity 10 Ualcs per diy.
Office next door to Gazeitk
Ollice Satigf.iction guaranteed.
OiHce Iionrt: 7 a m. toO p m.
L. EID.-ON M D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OQiee next door to (ii.ive's drug
store. Otlicc hours at all time
during the day. Cilia piomptly
aii8eiL'd day and night.
J J. WAUNOCK
Will be in Shiner from 1st to oth
of everv month.
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER.
Mr. KiK'eel has secured the sole right to cell the celebrated
patent h.tnio hook in Laata and DeW'tl cuuntitf. Hi n.s
Mil hand a tine stock vt Saddles uJP Hann-ss etc. and
turns out non. h I tirst-claiH work r YU.'.ICUM aX.iS
Moci TON Tl.X KS
Mrs Ferd Arnim returned fronij
J yy lieuil ana famllv isitg
relatives In Yoakum last week.
Miss Salome Bunting of Fialoil
passed through here Friday mi hi
way to Nickel where she is vis till
friends and relatnes
n is .Mooro returned Irom 1J' ui'l
Win Sockwell of Nickel was
Mist Carrit Baker of Cuero is wait-
ing Mrs Joe Arnim this week.
C T Hughs went down to Yoa-
Tho Inickel-in-the-slot niathinta
arc all the rage heie now and they
are ' s'rietly in in" nlien it (.omen
to gathering in the shekels.
A M Kotiiebne went to l'hitonia
Mrs Lattimer of Fiatonu i licie
this wek the guest of Mrs F T
Aiuert blralile of Aiutin af
among our visitois this wck
Miss Lizzie and Master Pott
Quails who Iihtc been t idling the
family of G W Hiighr return hon.u
to Gonzales Tinirsday.
Seth Bunting of Nickel was huo
The ball at Helwcg's Hall S.itni-
day night was well attended and
was a ery enjojable nflalr. Danc-
ing continued until four o'clock in
tho inclining and after asi-shooter
solo and a few whoops wciu in-
dulged in every one went hom
more than plcasd with the night's
Ed and Otto Arnim went up to
Busscher Sons shipped a car of
'oil to Houston Tuesday.
There will be a grand demon. ilic
barbecuoat the Peach creek bridgi
half way between Moulton and
Waelder September 7th George
Burgess will be the orator
Fuller Benes visited Cuero la.t
Mis. Higlismith joined her hu-
baud last 'Ihumlay and they aie
now stopping at Mooie's hotel.
Mr Kighsmitli ii bning upio lou
in Moulton for his firm in W.icu.
HENRY KRAUSE Wa boia
in Harris county Texas the 22i.d
day of January 1S5j. His eaily
life was spsnt on the farm in Col-
oiado county At the ago of 14 he
accepted a clerkship with Wm
Bectlie in his general inerihani'.io
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