Shiner Gazette. (Shiner, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 36, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 28, 1895 Page: 1 of 8
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SHINES LAVAOA COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING FEB. 28 1395.
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Dealer in Long Leaf Pine Itojgh and Dres'ed Cypress Lumbar and
liingles sabh doois blinds moulding brackets halusteis and nil
builders' haidwaie brick cement Acruiotir and Air King wind mills
piping pumps cylinders and all plumberVg iod hno and hoso fitting
genuine (Hidden and Waukegan barbed wire und wirtd picket fence
liorschLjli. pig tight bull strong and dog cheap Mountain cedar posts
turned oak posts Sludebaker wagons hacks and buggioe harness bug-
By sh ifts and poles. Aie you going to paint? If you arc it will .pay
iou to consider wlut I havo it say ab.mt paints. Tho long hot season
in ikes ours one of the hardest and most trying climates. Pure white
le id soon chalks off and cheap paints are worthier A paint to wear
well here must be in it's minuf.ictury peculiary adapted to our climatic
conditions. Just such a paint is tbo Empire Rubber painty for which I
urn agent for Shiner nnd vicinity. It is wairanted to give you peilcct
t-atUfaetion after sufficient time ha elapsed to thorough test it ad I am
uuthoii.ed to protect such guarantee. Please call or write for cilor
card free.' I will deliver paint at your railroad station without addit-
ional charge. I advio all who want a beautiful durable rind economical
i lint to use the Empire Rubber paint. lam also agent for II. I!.
Shiner and tho S. A. & A. P. Town sito Company for tha silo of all
their lots in Shinor. I have somo very desirable propeity for sale. Call
on me whin yon via 1 anything in my line. Satisfaction gu iraute:d.
J. E. MERSEBER ER'S
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
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For your Harness Blidles and Saddles Firt-chus woik nnd P.'ico
to suit the times. lxamino hi stock before buying elsew lieie.
West Main Stieet Shiner. Texas
Bring vour Cotton this season to tho old Reliable GIN'N'IjItS
lliey aro better prepared than over to do good work. The best Ma-
chinery. Ui nuing capacity 100 Bales per day.
In Immense Stock at-
BLOHM & HAHME'S.
Which thoy are disposing ot n( close flsuies. They deal In nil kinds or oils
paints YiiriiMun and an iniWto line of wall paper Thev luivo ou liivtiil
u tilst-cluss lot of (Ofllns. TIipsu ('cntlfmen uio oonstimtly Incieaslng
their stock. Glvo them aeall and Ret 1U0 cents woith tot ono dollar.
G. H. PHNNSMITZ.
lAutSTO CAniNTT Photos ?3.00 per Dozen. Views of Houses Taken
Ion Shout Notice.
SMner : : Texas.
jonfectionary -Fruits - Nuts
j:VELUY SPECTACLES ad MOTIONS op all Kinds.
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lumber shingles sash blinds
doors brick wind mills etc.
Genuine GHddcra Barbed Wira
Agents For MONITOR WIND MIXL
City Barber SJiop3
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A.C. KOEPKE PROPRIETOR.
If you really wish n shave My room is neat
Good as a barber over give My towels clean
Just call on mq at my saloon My razors slurp and scissors keen
Morn ovo ofSbeing neon. And I will sea wh it I can do
In Shingling Shaving and Shampooing you.
Headquarters for the Best and Freshost
Tinware and Glassware
Queens ware oils Paints.
FKEE DELIVERY TO ALT. PAP.TS OF CITY.
A complete Stock of shelf Hare
wclljauser) Cio. QDljlrjcr oxas
h. EIDSON M. V.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ofliee next door to Grave's drug
store. Ollico hours at all tinw
during tho day. Calls promptly
answeicd day and night.
A STP.ANGE STORY.
Saturday atprintcr walking from
Yoakum to Shiner fall in company
with a spectacle peddler who was
accompanied by a Gtrman boy
about six'cen years old; the thX'e
walked in company. In the cour.e
of con venation tht peddler tpoko
of Shiner and said In had done up
the town and didn't care to go
through there again. Ho said ho
knew the man who Wossed tho
blowing ot Wangeman's saf last
No ember. He said tho man had
served ten years in the pen and
afterward studied about nitroglycer
iue for a year and knew all ubout-
safo blowing. But put in too big :i
chaige in tho safe that night nnd
blew the doors clear across tho
odico setting Cic to the building.
At tin cioising by Anton Bark-
mau's house ho and his companion
switched acio&s tho country toward
Gouznles as ho announced that ho
did not waul to enter Shiner 'fhe
description of the uau tallies with
that of a ptddlcr who worked tho
tow n some timo last year. Gonzales
authorities hao been warned to
keep a look out for him.
Seasoned mctquito posts at five
centi each on Jack's farm ncai
Mrs. Braches. Apply to Curt
Nelms on the farm or to J. 1) Ken-
nard Gonzales Texas.
Forsao by TOLTES EP.QS
The ISall nt Lene Stur Hall.
The Masquerade Ball at I.ono
Sta.- HallSnndar night was attend
ed by a gieat crowd. The follow ins
ittendcd fiom Shineri Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Mittauck Mr. and Mrs
R. 0. Beydlcr.Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Wangtman .Messrs. Ernln Wendt-
land Rudolph Welhaiison. L. B.
Richter Willie llollls Otto Grieb-
tck Chailie Simmouk Frank Nue-
uian Wm. Miller G. E Eschen-
burg Mr and Mrs Gus Luerseen
III. and Mrs. Thomahlien and oth-
ers. Otto Wagener acted as lloor
maiate-and duncingcontlnaed till
a late hour.
Louis Becka Otto Kinze Leo
Veit Wm Frcy and John Marek
nic recent additions to our subscrip
Tho Gazette has gained 53 and
lost 2 subscribers this month
C II Flato is in San Antonio ou
L Wagener is quite ill nt t.i.s.
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Ward, C. W. Shiner Gazette. (Shiner, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 36, Ed. 1, Thursday, February 28, 1895, newspaper, February 28, 1895; Shiner, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth111994/m1/1/: accessed May 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .