Shiner Gazette. (Shiner, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 2, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 20, 1895 Page: 1 of 6
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8 f W X4w?' X'-.al JijA Jot. JlJaU MM on thorn lora
&3JQ.i'ng;les j3-sla. Doors IBlincls
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1111110 Glidden and Waukogan llarbed W!ro 1'umrw Pininc
a-iij iiVing. Aerraolor and Air King Galvanized Wind Mill Moun-
lanf I j and sawed burr nab Fenco Posts rnbliT lame tJiiffgj i .iri tt-'
and brushes liuggies uh.itnnn surrey-. back? harness Studebaker
farm and spring wagon?. In addition to the above; 220 lots and some
few blocks in tho town of Shiner improved and unimproved. Also I J
choice lots in tho town of Hallettsvillc for sale. I don't- claim to he the
leader but 1 do claim to keep as good a stock a? is Jkcpt in the county
and will ecll us cheap as any of my competitors in any line that carry
lumber shingles sash blinds.
doors brick wind mills etc.
Genuine GUddosi Bojrbed Wxro
Agents For MONITOR WIND MSJJL
ity Barber Shop.
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J. E. MEESEBERGER'S
CIGARS AND TOUACCOS.
M WWTlow prices-. s CjXTTTffPP FTP'S1 Off "K
Fft fi "E
Fjr your Harness Riddles and Saddles. First-class work and Price
to suit tho times. Examine his stock before buying elsewhere.
V t Main Street Shiner Texas.
A. C. KOEPKE PROPRIETOR.
If you really wish a shave My room is neat
Uood as a barber ever gave My towels clean
Just call sn mo at my saloon Mv razon sharp and scissors keen
ilorn eve or being nor. And I will se3 what 1 can do
Iu Shlngliiig Shaving and ShaMj)iug you.
LOUIS EHLGRS PROP.
ManufKcturos the following brands of Cigar.
OLn.Ul ll.VYAXSA CHAMPION 1IAVAX.WY BUDB. EI.
Only tho very be?t gr'idus ol'Tobr.rco usml in th"eo f!lgars.
Industry. SHINB1J TEXAS.
SHIER I'IRE Off. HO.
QQSfTkr. following n'izcs will ho awarded to tbo who do their
trading at Shiner aud( attend the (''dolir.itioii. Judges Mill be the
ChieU of the Weimar llalletHvllle Voakum. Cuero and Shiner Firo
Cuero June 13. Whilt on hi
way homo yestoiday Polk I!ei !:
was waylaid and at least JOU sin ;s
jii.ijd hkn. Je vas only hit ohej
JPsBMSHyer.' llo went to tho
!TRl'in3(lSfSfrfiiij'i'. tn bnvp Ini
jun rccowniiK until a t.cre ill-
nets and tlio ight of ol icd cju'd
her to faint and she dii '. a bhtirt
I imii afterward.
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U Il I 1 UKE!
In Immense Stock at
WIilcli they arn ilIsiovlnK of at olose (lKiires. They deal In nil kind of olli
paltit'i. v.ivnlihoa ami nn uulAtle line of wall paper. Thev have on blind
a llrst ela3 lot ol eofllus. 'Itieoe Kentlorrien nis constnrilh ItieiuasiiiR
their stool;. Give tbi'in aeall and Ret Hill CHiita worth lot one dollar.
Farmer with the largest family;
10 pound-! coffee WJolters ISros.
Farmer with the (most girls; 40
yds cilico. Boydlei'A Kschonhurg.
Farmer who raised the most bale-
of cotton of crop lfiO-1; ope line hat
Chus K Uulcimlt.
Fanner with t i most boys: agate
culi'ee pot WoKyinsen A Co.
Farmer with the best s-)n of
bori-es; garden cultivator Weudt-
land it Co. I
Famwr wHb thi twt saddle
hm-i-o; tine In'idle f) G Helmers.
Fnrtner blni uiadu thu most dot
ton on an Jtcra on an average; box
of dgarg f-Ioi'i Khlers.
Farmer with the best span of
mules; beg of beer M Klchtar.
F.trmiir who had the most acre-
age in yriiltpu in 18'-l4; kig of d
penny flails C I. Wiliiimis.
Hosji. looking marr't'doouplp; mio
pietu.i'c frame for their photigraph
-Hlobm it Ilahnke.
A'ntHTii C.Mii"jnr Piidtos-
on Shout Notux.
-fO.fjO rnii Doxj!.N.giVii;w8 mHorsi:8 TakeV
JEWKLUV. SPECTACLES a.nd XOTIO.N'S op am. Ki.ni)
OrVB UIM A CA1.I.
Oldest married couple; keg of
bceif Kan Antonio ilrewlng Tssn.
Il'oiing lndy with the prettltet
11iiek hair; two pound.- faney oahily
-w-lCd Mersebe'i-rrer. ' (
JIan with reddeH hair; d quart
bottles City beer. M Jl Khlinper
Smallest giown man; box of ci-
gars Hcrdler A- Rehramin.
Hungriest loiddng man; r pounds'
of fanstige; Welhaufctn & Iliohtcr.
Man with the longest note; throe
haiikerehiefs l)r Sebarnberg.
Man with the longej-t moustache;
one a tii k cofmetic . F Kopucky.
Fattest man; one gallon uf bet-r
Lcauost man ; one heiring U G
Old-ist man; one line pipe Slit-
tnnek it Mai tens.
(lieein-it looking man; cariof
green paint imsiav Luei-.-sen.
(jourest looking man; two bottles
of plekb II (i Seydlei.
Neanst diex-ed young lady; pair
line earnigi F Wills.
Keutw-tdiossed vouug manjbottle.
fine whiMtey I' Stuerke.
.Man with longest heard;!! months
free f having A C! Koepke.
Man nith longest hair; (i munths
free hair culling Alf Jnn.gbi.oKer
Man who never dinnk iun thing
lntoyicaling in bis li'o (on oath;)
gal. whi-key Aiantus PassSaloon
Oldest lady; bonnet Joe Ondrej.
Slinwiosl man box of brass bui-
tons Henry Scharnberg.
Farmer with the host looking
single biu-gy horse; keg of 8d wire
uails Flato A Green.
y Man with bn-gest fret: two eow
hidrs-Stahala.Mittnnck and S-vdier
Aho will have t'vo piizes for bi-
cycle race one prue for live mile
rticBund one jn-izo for two mile
race. Everybody is cordially in-
ited to attend the celebration
Fine wines Liquors Beer and
tfS-'N'EXT TO OIiTERS IiP.ys flrOBKi
A SHOOTINU AFFRAY
Thursday morning n shouting nl
fray occured just below tho Calhnlii
church between I! JI Key of Sweet
Homo and Sam JIcMurray. llotb
had been to town trading and
started home. Key was in a wagon
and McMurray wa? in a hack Just
blow the Catliolic church Mr Me
Murray Btarted to drive around
Key when Key fired on him with a
six-shooter the bullet passing'
through the umbrella over Mr Mo
Murray's head. Constable Scharn-
berg and another officer wcro
promptly on tho scene. Key was
arrested and gave bond in tho sum
of $500. McMurray also gave bond
for disturbing the neace.
H0r.SE BAN 0PF ATO IBIT mil
An ifli.ismg ill -idnt befell one cf
our young fanners during the
l!i lahu- 'cvc-al weeks a'o. Ho
was nn his way home just after i
heavy rain storm horse-back and
came to a creek tint was running
hank full. Anxious to keep from
getling wet bo took off all hi-
clothiDg except bis hat and boot
and'tied tho bundle to his saddiu
horn and started in. When be g' t
out on tho lotlinr side the bore go'
fruelious and throw him oil mid
galloped off taking the clothe?
along. It was Ihioe milos to his
house and be was obliged to dodije
behind bushas and in fence coiners
whenever he saw anybody condnL'.
His Irip home wns one long to be
A C UU).
I wish to thank my friends for
Iheir assistance and kind minis-
trations during tho la3t illness of
my baby boy Fied.
11 G. SEVDLlill
The mostiuito uuisaneo (Jpnld bJ
greatly abated if every .owner of j
tub eit-tern in town would put .-
few tablsspoonfuls of heroelna oil
on it 'the water natild not bo in
jured in the least and every wiggl -
tail in it would be killid in let.-i
than live minutes after tho oil hod
spri-nd-over the surface of the water
Yoakum Gra( hie. ' N
--rM-Gchrela'anTl "Charlie Pfen
tuotlow fever'ji.ilisnls are again
ivble to be out.
A F Morene of Lyons Stntion(
tcmemheied theGAzr.TTU this nesk1
Willie Herder and Otto P- lj
visited Engb mid Sell ln.1-.ua
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