Shiner Gazette. (Shiner, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 4, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 4, 1895 Page: 1 of 8
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!522iiiVA0A 00MTY' TEXAS THUBSDJgTMOENING JULY 4 1895.
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Genuine Glidden and Waukegan Barbed Wire Pump3 Piping
aii'l Fittings. Acrmotcr and Air King (litlvanUcil Wind Mill Moun-
Uiu Gi'dar'and siwed burr oik Fence Posts rubber husc. uuggy paints
and Implies. Buggies phaetons surreys backs harness Studcbaker
farm and spring wigons. In addition to the above; "20 lots and toir.o
few blocks in the town oi Shiner improved and unimpioved. Also 11
choice lot's in the town of Ilallettsvillo for sale. I don't claim to bo the
leader but I do claim to keep as good a ttock as is kept intho county
'trr J w ill sell as cheap as any of my competitors in any lino ' that carry
J. E. MERSEBERGER'S
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS.
lie leader in ood work and
Mlor your Harness iiriaies anu sauaies. rirsi-ciass orK ana incu
(n Lii. llit!m.tu TivniYiitio liisytnrh lw fmo hnvinir nlflmvhpie.
West Slain Street Shiner Texas.
Cigar Factory 2045
LOUIS EHLSRS. PROP.
Manufacture) thu following brands of Cigar?.
7LE.VK I1AVANNA CHAMPION. H.VVANN I DUDS. EL HEGE.N'TE
Only tho very b-ist grades of Tobeoo u-ed in theso Cigars. Home
Industry. SHINER TEXAS.
In Immense Stock at-
BLOHM & HAMKE'S.
Iwiilh thev aro dUposin;' oi nt close denies. They deal in all kinds or oils
k ...V nLnn ..il un mitaltit linn nf tvnll iiiinm. '1 nov Imvn nn hnnrl
u tlt-class lot ot coffins. These jrentlemen mo constantly invretulnK
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AnisTolniNEr Puoros il'3.50 feu Dozi:.-.2iViEws or Houses Taken
on loiiT Notice.
Snixr : : Texas.
Con ctionaiy -Fruits - Nuts
JEWELIISPEGTACLES and NOTIONS or am Kinds.
I Shinkr. I GIVE HIM A CAM.. c
doors brick wind mills etc.
Gemimo GHaden Barbed Wire
Agents Tor MOMITOE WIND MX.X
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City Barber Shop
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I. KIIWO.V M. D.
A. C. KOEPKE PROPRIETOR.
If you really wish a shave My room is neat
Good as n barber over give My towels clean
Just call on me at my saloon My razors sharp and scissors keen
Morn eve or being noon. And I will seo what I eau do
In Shingling Shaving and Shampooing you.
mLiiL&mmm -I- AM
NEXT DOOR TO JEWELRY STORE.
Good stock of Hats Bonnets Ribbons Laces. Artificial Flowers etc.
Mrs. Mary Eauderer Shiner Texas.
J. -H. HUEENEK PROP.
Fine wines Liquors Beer and
fiJSTXEXT TOW0LTEIV3 RROr5 STORE.
Saturday 2flglit'3 Itnll.
The ball at tho 0. D. II. S. plat-
form lat Satuiday night Mas one
of the grandest and most snee J.jsf n 1
one of the tcason. Two btraw
.wugons conveyed tho crowd down
to tho platform. Excellent music
was furnished by tho Firemen's
band. Our rcpoiter states that
tho ball was tho best of its kind
ever had at this platform. Tho
night was clear and starry and
naught intervened to mar the en-
joyment of the occasion. Tho band
sustained its reputation for good
music and never did better. Danc-
ing continued until a very lato.
hour and clay wai utreaking the
eastern sky with light when tho
young people reached tneir homes
"A time long to be remembered and
treasured in our henrts"
Among those present voro Mr.
and Mis G I Jnegglij Misses Meta
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Roe Lottie Brihue Lizzio tinkw"""' "-"""o-""- ........
enslsin Seliutt Richter Antitp" Jkiib r-niuiBvi. 'u'" "---""
Ililje Henrietta Richter. Isutella Willie Dickson Leuoi-a R.ehler.
ndia Iliiley Tcmmie Ilnghs- Em
ma Thornton Eli ihcth Iiaum-
gatden Emmie and Lena Mueller.
jMma Kubitz Willie Dickson
Mary Wcndtland; Messrs. Rudolph
Weliiausen K U Flato U E Ruh-
mann Otto Gloor. Earl Fry. Oscar
and Barney Daniels A B Dunn G
V E.chenburg Chas Flato Jr L
I! Richter Chas Ainsler Jimmio
Harwood Chas Simank. Erwin
Wendtland II A Phillips Chailio
AmBler and Alfred Jungbeckor.
Tluusilay 'lj'!it's Sociable.
Mr and Mrs Wm Green cntei-
talned a number of their young
frionds at a party last Thursday
night. Delicious rofreshmen's wcie
served at 11 o'clock. Blind mini's
buff and other amusements were
engaged in. Ray Dickson got the
lirst prize at blind man's buff and
Erwin Wetuilland thosecond.Tho&e
piepent weie: Misses CallioTommie
'and May Hughs Fr.cla and Adele
Wangemann Isabella Wendtland.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Oflice nel door to Giavo's drug
stoic. Ollico hours at all time-
during the day. Calls promptly
ainiveied day and night.
R. G. SEYDLDR.
Will do your Willing up of Deed.
and any legal documents with no it
ness and dispatch. If you have
any acknowledgements to make
call at his odico at the Aransas
ers Jim Ilarwood Chailio Flato
Chas Wangemann Emin Wendt-
land Chailio Auisler -and G W
Oscir Danieif I.co and Bon Bioth-
Stl-js Koch's Itcccptlon.
At the paily given by Miss An-
nie Koch last Thursday nuht
tho3e present were: Mise M t.i
Rose Henrietta Richter Eluubcth
Baumgardcn Anna Fiiiken-U'in
Lottia Bohne Claia Little! t d
Mamie Cox Willie Dickson. o i
Beasly; Mutbic. C I! and P) 'p
Welhaus-en G E Ilukmann Pui
Discher Barney and Cici-io Dan
iels Ivtidltt Fl.ito and G W Eschii
buig. Refreshments wen eervt.l
at 11 o'clock. Everybody hal a
most enjoyable time and all pr.
nounccd Miss Koch the best ol en-
tertainers. Programme of tho Normal schoi.l
ior next iieik at Yoakum:
Physics; 8 to8:30Attebeny.ioom A
Pedagogy; S:30 to U Attubeny A
Texas History; 8 to U:o')Mair " P-
Geomrtrv; 0 to 0:35 Cullcn " ('
Arithmctic;!):-10tolO-l").Maii ' I:
Graramar;lU:25lolO:5"iCiillen ' t
Physical Giogrnpby; 11 to 11 0
Mair. room B.
Reading: 11:83 to 12 03 Cii.lti
Phychology; 11:33 to 12 03 Alt
berry room A.
Physiology; i to 2:35 Mr.lrrmin I-.
Algebra; 2 to 2:35. Attfb.'ny V
United States Histnrj ; 2 -lO't ' i '
Cullen loom C.
Civics; 3:20 to 3:55 Mair. room H
Penmanship; -1 tu 1:10. AttelKTii
Geography; 1:10 tO'i:10Mair riw m
Morol Science; 1:15 to I 10 Cull m
Ed Mer-cberger and C I Jiuj';. i
will have chargo of tho ice cn.nu
and refreshment stand at thu Turin;
A dollar saved U a dollar n
It is dollars and cents that uhih'
uiakU them count by pur n ; ftn
ceneo at C I Jaeggli's.
Ficsh pcnrl ritd page f.uni
and barley at C I Juell's
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Ward, C. W. Shiner Gazette. (Shiner, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 4, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 4, 1895, newspaper, July 4, 1895; Shiner, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth112002/m1/1/: accessed August 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .