Shiner Gazette. (Shiner, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 4, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 4, 1895 Page: 5 of 8
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MOULTON LAVAOA COUNTY TEXAS THTJESM7 MOENING JULY 4. 1895.
BLHCKSTvITH KND IbIHEELJsZRICHT.
Repair work a Specialty. All woik guaranteed. None but first-class
work turned out of this shop I invito you all to call and I will gio
j on satisfaction.
I HENRY ETLINGER
Farmeis when jou como to town bo euro and ghe him a call.
SJ-NEXT DOOR 10 OLD BARNEY'S SALOON.
too ttio Tree of Liberty To-day.
Thursday will bo a great day for
loulton. Buoechcr'Sons will press
a button and the w ires will do the
G Fluery in again working at
Mr and Mas Bohnenkamp visit-
ed Flatonia Monday.
Mrs fuin Jackson has been very
lit the pat week.
lAll goodb cheap for cash at A W
JVevy Home Sewing Machines at
A W Hmrichs.
iluito a number of young peo-
ple went horse-back riding Monday
nigbt chaperoned by Mrs. A. M.
M.-J. Koch of Flatonia was hero
Ttftsday about SO K. of II men
worraorkihg hard on the dancing
plat&rui. 1 hoy expect to bavo a
big Pfne Thursday.
Mfe Tinnio Lieck went to Yoa-
Loj) White with 15 men is hard
at work on his gin. It mil be com-
pleted fn about ten days
Bneacher Sons tried the electric
lightsfeaturday. Thoy are a success
Thev will be in good running order
in ten (lays.
Bmr Jaepgli aro building an
addition fo their store.
tcboi5l ivill close. Wednesday.
Vjtffimelons' are coming in fast
HemrNSimeyer is going to re-
name t 'Shiner Ed Ainira has
takou U?pMowith FFehrcnkamp
Barney tjwkroan 13 filing up Iu3
Tl o bwjjshand lias been practic-
ing h ir4fDie Fourth
Postiijlr'' Jono3 has 02 new
lack boxis" '
Tho Gazette is turning out this
week job work for Edward Boehnv
A W Hinriehs and tho Knight of
Ed Arnim paid Yoakum a flying
visit last week
A musical entertainment' was.
given at fbo residence of A M Kot-
iebuo Saturday night.
W II Gafford and family will
bond with Dr. Lancaster. Prof
and Mis Guonthcr will occupy tho
house vacated by him.
Misses Alice and Bee Thompson
visited Miss Alllo Moore Sund ly.
A good many of our boys went
to tho dance at Crain's platform
Postmaster Jones and Jor Mel-
berg went to Novarad Sundiy.
Tritz Precomeyer bad an acci
dent Saturday night. Ilia lioreo
fjll and broke its neck andjjalso
b'uised Fritz some.
Ed Arnim returned Friday after
a short absence.
Mr and Mrs Alex VanHam of
Flatonia were hero last week visit
ing Mr Trank Neeley.
Tomorrow nigbt Moullon will
ha o ceased to be a town and will
havo become a citv with electiio
The Gazette ib turning out it
quantity of job work for Mooro'a
B. II. COKDES.
Ono of Moulton's stirring young
business men is Mr B II Corde
proprietor of Cordes' saloon. Mr
Cordes is a familiar figuro to all
visitors to Moulton and is deserv-
edly popular with oyeiybody. He
was born in tho littlo Principality
of Oldenburg in Germany in the
yearoflSoS. He is a fellow coun-
tryman of John C Blohm mayor
of Shiner. Ho camo to America
in tho spring of 1873 with his
half brother John Kruegar and
camo ti Frojbmg Fayette county.
After remaining there a short time
he camo to Lavaca county and
worked foi C M Kotzebuo off and
on for about two years. From hoie
he went to Wairenton arid fiom
therd ho went to Fiojburg wheic
he remained two years. He then
camo back to Lavaca county and
rented land of Berry Ciano living
thcro about a jear when ho bought
a farm about a mile tast of Moul
ton. Ho was married twice the
fust time in 879 at Warrenton to
Augusta Guest who died ill 1887.
liy this union lour children wero
bom trtoof whom died before tbeii
mother. He mairied again lato in
1838 to Caiiie Niobuhr in Lee
county. By this tccond mairiigo
(hr-re is one cliitd n blight littlo
girl tin ee j ears-old. In 1891 Mr
Cordes bought his present bu6inosi
of F J Helweg and is dofng a good
Is where all Hie people go.
Fine Whiskeys Liquors Beer and Cigars.
Moulton's ftjkwi Popular Saloon.
A full Btock of fine Wines V '
r and Cigar"
ns kept in stock.
THE 01 U
F. irZ. KR7SUSE. JR PROP
Hot and Cold Lunch
at all Hours groceries
V) vial's Old Stand.
Tlatonia Juno- 29. A bufglary
waa committed hero last night.
Tho room of Miko Koch was cn-
ttred during the night and ?75 ex-
tracted from his pockotfl while he
slept. Mr. Koch was not in tho
least disttiibcd by tho intruder and
did not miss tho money until hs-
aroe in tho morning to tako the
early tiain for San Antonio lie
delayed his trip forone day and is
soarchlng for a clue to tho thief.
- Flatonia Juno 29 LFinken
Stelp saloonist. wado an apsii
Mrs Allis accompanied by Mrs
Parker and daughtei of Gbnztles
left here Wednesday for San An-
tonio on a islt. i J
A great deal of sicknosa'is re-
ported in the community
Tho long wot spell is ovor and
the waim sunshine is again upon
us and it will not be long befora
wo will bo howling for mdro rain.
Tho w ritcr stated in the last issue
that E V Walker w ould be icady
to giind for tho public in a week or
eo but it was a mistake. He will
not grind any for several Weeks;
perhaps not until new corn comes
Mr Byron Thomasson from the
Colony has pmchased the black
Bmith tools of the late Tom Nolan
Miss Maggie moreland of Hal-
lottawlle is vising Miss Maud
From tho number of mosquitoes
thero aio heid I imagine myself in
Leland Hnmil with his guitar
Crawford Walker and jour hum-
blo sol vaut with violins made some
of tho beit music j ou ever heard?
With a littlo moie piactico wo will
be able to supply the market with
first class common mimic. Joseph
Spears braught his gomd along
but did not "speil" any as bo is a
Wm Cooper says there is a farm
adjoining his that has tho flnest
patch of corn in Texas; perhaps in
the world. Ha believes it will make
110 bushels 4 pecks 8 quarts apd
04 pints to tho acre. The prows'
are three feet apart and thohilla
IS inches in the drills. EverjJfiill
will produce l(i ears of command
w hero the tassel ought to bethVro
will bo a bushel ot Blieljcdiffcbin
'ihe st.UUs aie su. tall thatayttept
hdaer will hao to bo RiSdto'
gather it ni d the ears aic so'&JSiTgP
early it will sell liko hot ciket.
(With a little moio piactico
Lum you can tell wi big onc.1 ai
wu can. AD )
It was announced Sunday that
Rev ako Buikctt would preach
hero Sunday night
.Oar little hand strolled out Sat-
urday night and took a gieat
many by surpiise. Wo done so
well (not bragging at all) that we
weieimitcd to call agair;. Her-
man Fahr said wo weie equal to
thoJansscn band. ''
E W Walker went to Possum
Trot Friday to see abojt getting a
prcs for his gin. .
Bov. Fouts Billed his appoint
ment hero Sunday.
Uncle Billie Leazcar who has
been very ill of flux is on tho load
Miss Delia Harail left Sunday
for Ilallettsville to make a contract
for a school.
Miss Lilho Walker kit Monday
on a visit to Tyler. XX.
V B Fflcdrich went to Flatonia
A. W. Hiniicha and F. Luccke
make a business trip to Shin'jr
Moulton will extend a coidial
welcome to her crowds of wsitois
Thmsday. Come oveiybody and
bring jour friends.
The city Ins contracted with
Bueseher Sons for eighteen btreot
It has been three ears since
Moulton had a business failure.
New York Life
Acknowledged tin' world ocr
to be tho most lehablc and tho
most LIBERAL in-umi"o com
pany in existence You do not
knou how oon you inaj dio and
leave your family to thift for them
bclvep Tako out a policy in the
New York Life and insure them.
agaii(st possible want. I can bo
found at Di. Lancaslei's Ofiico in
Moulton where I should be pleased
to see you and explain particnhi'-
wm. B. Friedricli
At Moulton Imutnto 123 acroi
of land under good fence G") acrm-
In cultn Uion plenty of Timber
and water with good unproM.-
menis For paiticulaio apply to
A A Cinm
ment jcsteidny for tho benefit of 'that they have to bi brtbedi All
Flato was raisd rn post oak Inurl. Wjiy jaa
Assets and that an onr wiuuig roin jjjfttn?
seed v '1 p'ciso stnd in thelBwUrJ
hi? creditors II. W.
named as assignee.
Uabilit es not stated.
Tho followinc aio the names of
stations at which mmmcr noimil
sehools will bo hold this Fcason
Corpus Christi Beoville Lockhart
Kerrville Cpero. Yoakum Waco
and Cameron. The 9 A & A P Py
will sell rOnnd trip tickets to anvof
the abovo nan(ed places t rate of
pne and one-thfrd laio on tho eer-
On account t fosl re'W mil 1
furthei ad it-ul tbu '? A i" 1' It
will sell rou d li n ti(k(b h i
Shinor to Ri it nt Coip C m-u
Poitland ami Auuia P ins it 1 t
Tipko0 to If. 'old 'lie in t an 1
third f'ltnuli ud 'lii1 da' - in
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