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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 5 April 1899

X 1 ic tfy I Ax V f I I ftA ki NEW TIME TABLl In Effect Thursday May a6 1898 1O0KIIAUT nitAKCK Triiu No 15 iirrlvou from Lock lurt at 13W p m TraillNo 45 arrives from Yoa kum nt 515 p 111 WACO BRANCH Train No 41 arrive froin Waco nt 137 p in Train No 42 arrives from Yon > kuiu at iis21 p in A P A Al The regular meetings of the A K < A M will 1 > < held nt their lodge room tlio Firnt Saturdiy night alter the full moon in each month Veiling brethren arc invited to attend Sam P Navh V M L Tamkk Secy LOCAL NEWS C < itton seed meal for sale at C II Platos v Mr John Valeuta is quite Biok with fever Now crop Itihbon Cino Molas ees at tin Cash Store District nnuit is now in session at 11 rilotsvillo A Ituu liiu of luces and embroid- eries nt C Mueekos Harry Flato was in town Sev ern1 d ivh last week id 11110 of the genuine Standaid Cultivator nt Wolteis Bros M11 L WaRcneVispent lastiyeek ii > IiGrange with relative Drink Grahfelder pure malt whiskv nt Hillmer Cos saloon It...

Publication Title: Shiner Gazette
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 5 April 1899

THE G ZETTJSv Published Every Thursday by J C llAEaiMACirit Editor and Pub SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year postpaid 1 00 Entered at the Shiner Texas pcitofflce as second class mall matter USE OF STUD1E9 Tim Wis Mny II Wrought Out by Fit Studies Studies serve for delight for orna- ment and for ability Their chief uso for delight Is In prhateuess and retfr lngj for ornament la In discourse and for ability Is In the Judgment and dis- position of business for expert men can execute and pel haps Judge of par- ticulars one by one but the general counsels and the plots and marshaling of affairs come best from those that are learned To spend too much time In studies Is sloth to use them t6o much for ornament Is affectation to make Judgment wholly by their rules Is the humor of the scholar they per- fect nature and arc perfected by expe- rience for natural abilities are liko natural plants that need pruning by study and studies themselves do give forth directions too much at large ext cept that ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 5 April 1899

1IV3 8T00K NOT S Texan Stock mid Farm Journal The high prices being paid for yearliiiKS must do much to > defer the lime when tiiu ranges mid the slockfirms will again bo Blocked up In ihulr carrying capacity It would materially swull tho report of receipts of Texas cilttlo at all the markets if all the Texas tattle fed at Northern fcrd lola houlil go on the market as Tcxans As it is 1he market reports class them as Northern or Western fed steers and Texas in nut credited with llieir pioducliou One icison for tho preference which butchers givo to tho light heel iiiiinal is that it bus a smaller percentage of offal thanthc heavier lino The porcentage of meat to live weight determines his prolit The time may co 1110 when yearlings will ionii a much larger proportion < > f the meat supply than they do llllH Tho experience of the Texas eittlemen generally havo taught very impressively the importance < 4 twi > things preserving pasturage tpeoially for winter range and prep...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 5 April 1899

P Dallas Clmrtcr Engrossed OnTuesday the gdvornor sont to tho semtto tho following nomi- nations Commissioners < of pilots ior Biazos Santiago IThoinas Catsoa John J Kajjan M B Kings bury John Champion Charles Alhumpiou of AVobb county BL Fish and 03 star commissioner I P lubbo iof Cnllioun county Tho governor also nominatod notaries public ns recommended b sonatois and representatives Pattersons billito compel hold cis of notes andJions on real es- tate to pay pro rata part of taxes duo state and county was recou aideied and killod Greers bill relating to sale of timber lands so as to gio same pmileges to tho o who purchased such lands prior to act of 1893 as enjoyed by thoso who have pui cnahcd sinco that year passed Bill by James to prohibit sale of alcoholic liquors in quantities less than a quint except under certain lcstrictions andBprohibit ingdunking of such liquois upon promises wheio same ate sold was discussed and finally killed Tho houso consideiod the Dal- las charte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 12 April 1899

V II k i W > if VOL 6 C L WILLIAMS Dealer in Real Estate Lumber and Shingles U ONGleaf pino and cypres lumber cypress picket and moulding mihIi doors blinds nnd builders haidwaio Mountain ednr nnil Post Oak Posts Brick liinoandcement Waukegan and Hidden Uiirli Wire Slick Wire Hodge Wire Fence Iliibber mixed paints white lend nil varnishes iVe Ktudebaker Old Hickory and Tennessee wagons J xtrti wagon mid buggy tongUes midshafts Kxtra wagon wheel Hacks Surrios Phaetons Buggies and Buckboards Kxtra buggy and hack tops Slnglo and doublo harness In idles and collar Sliiner Texas WATCHMAKER JEWELER AND OPTICIAN Clocks Watches Rings Bracelets nnd a fine line of Silver Ware suitable for Wedding presents Gents Watches from 2 30 to 25 Ladies 100 to MO Clocks HOOlo 18 Solid Gold Kings 75 to 20 WATCHES JEWELRY AND SEWING MA CHIN US It K PAlltED AND GUARANTEED Dont order Jewelry or Silverware in New York or Chicago when joii can get it just as cheap in Shjncr Aixga Grave DRUGGIST AND STATIONE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 12 April 1899

No oldtime doctor discards the medicine which can show in unbroken record of Fifty Years of Cures To those doctors who went up and down the country in every kind of wind and weather faithful patient and true Ayer s Sarsa- parilla owes its first success Today any doctor of repute who prescribes any Sarsaparilla prescribes Ayer s We have thousands of testimonials from doctors all over this land that it is the one safe Sarsaparilla and the doctors know what it is because we have been giving the formula of it to them for over half a century This is why is the leader of them all not because of much advertising nor because of what we put around the bottle but because of what is inthe bottle It is the one safe spring medicine for you wummMniiHWMm m jua New D alIM S IN AULEAGE TICKETS ISSUED BY Santa Fe Route EVERY TRAVELER SHOULD KNOW JUST WHATTUIS MEANS AND ANY SANTA FE TICKET AGENT WILL TELL TOR THE ASKING W S KEENAN General Passenger Agent GALYESTON Wear Subscription Book Publishers Can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 12 April 1899

TEXANEITlS Mrs lu Wllkey suicided at Auotln A mad dog wa3 killed at Vaxahachlo tt few days ago Waxahachle ia to have n steel car- nage and street sprinkler A portion of the Jaw of a mastodon Has dug up at Fort Worth Mrs II U Canfleld a well known temperance worker died at Dallas The Drown gin and contents at Brownwood were destroyed by lire The 000 residence of Wm Vaughan at Gainesville was destroyed by tire Henry Haynes had his left foot badly crushed by a train at Clarks vllle A number of railroad men at Kunla are endeavoring to organizo a 1 all road library Oood Friday was solemnly observed by the Roman Catholics and Episcopa- lians of the state A A Spangler has been indicted at Henrietta charged with the killing of Mrs S K Whltesldes Fort Worth lias been sprinkling some streets with petroleum mdlt la pronounced a success The store of Klnsella Wilson at Forney was burglarized and thhty palrsof shoes taken Temple Is to have a mill with a ca- pacity of 200 barrels of flour per day ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 12 April 1899

It A VHSf THG GKZGTTE 1nUI h < 1 C On HABrKM YCHKK 11 nscmri ion mi i f ttitloitMl at tlicShinerTexis iost oftleo a Hfioinlciim matter Shiner Texas Wednesday April 12 5 W NATIONAL HYMN Vj Tinnk L Htiinton in Tho Atlivntu Constitution My country Us of thee Kiwet land of pensions fico Of theo I eingl Land whore war told Uio tilo liml uhcio the beef was stnto Lain where war generals rail liiku anything 1 O huu nic ri cand shout 1hink heaven Im mustetedoiit That what I sinf Vightinp on ouind shore 3D vol for me hoci liullcti uid beef tin mote I Thats what t infi Tlnhi is something too much of this enoikd beef biLiniss C F Woods U one of the newly jcted aldeiuion at Flitouiii foiiN Sioma was distanced in the i co for Measurer of Pliloiiia by l A Kempc II E ClilbVtTJlX has been lected inaishitl of Yoakum by tiood lii go mnjoiity Tun wood dealers are now taking u back scat and the ice men aio roming to the fiont Tun course ot the Gorman consul Jlerr Hose at Samoa has been bus tamed bj h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 12 April 1899

t Do < JtTY DIItCCLOKY Muvur Robt L ttscheliburg Treasurer Lnuis Wilgcner Seoietary J J Muir aMKiimin Lnuis Wigencr Ed F Woltcrs J II Iluobner Ed MiW TIMt TABLE you catch on to On Again Clothing and Pants cheap at C Mucckcs On Again means thatShincr is again on the high road to pros- perity Get one of tho genuine Standard Cultivators at Vcilteis Bros C L Williams and Wife were I In Iiffect Thursday Alay 26 1898 101KITAIIT HIlANCIt Trniil ftn I i arrives from Lock hart at 120 p m Train No > arrives from Yoa kum at 315 p 111 WAUO DUAXCIt Train XoIt arrives from Waco at 1 7 p 111 Train Xn 42 arrives from Yoa kuin aU 21 p 111 a p a m Tbs regular meetings of the A F A M will beheld at their lodge room tho irst Saturday night after tlu full moon in each month Visiting biethieii are invited to tit tend Sam F Xavh V JI J Tamki Secy LOCAL NEWS Cotton fceed II Flatos uveal for sale at C ill Ilalletsvllle su voialclay s list Mueekos < Postmaster U G Seydler and family spent Sunday and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 12 April 1899

THE GAZETTE Published Every Thursday by J C llABEHHACliEit Editor anil Pub SUBSCRIPTION RATE9 One Year postpaid lU 1 OU Entered at the Shiner Texas pottofflce as second class mall matter INFLUENCE OF CLOTHES Wearing Ones Heat When Halting the Pour unci Sick Lenten frocks of purple and hcll trope for churchgoing mlsslonvlsit Ing and good woik generally are being made for the consistent and conscien- tious woman says the New York Com- mercial Advertiser Simplicity and demureness characterize these gowns as a rule and the clinging graceful soft fabrics such as nuns veiling cashmere and canvas are chosen rather than the more aggressive and worldly cloths or rustling materials One good soul whose Lenten duties take varied forms has what she calls her hospital dress This she wears to readings and recitals and lectures on Greek art and psychological phenomena as well aB to the wards where the children wait her coming as eagerly as flowers long for the sun I dont believe In the oldtime phil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 12 April 1899

wwr Proclamation to Filipinos J G Soliurman Charles Don by and Dean C Worcester Unit- ed States commissioners to the Philippines Admiral Dewey and Gon Otis havo isucd a procla- mation to tho Filipinos express- ing tho good will of tho pooplo Of the United States toward that people Tho address which is in olevon sections states that tho Filipinos will bo granted tho most ample liboity and selfgovernment rc Conciliablo with tho maintenunco of a wise just stable effective and economical administration of public affairs and compatible with tho sovereign and interna- tional rights and tho obligations of tho United States Local funds collected will bo used for local purposes only Effectivo piovisiou for publio 1 schools will bo made A pure speedy and effectivo judicial sy = tom will picvail Construction of roadsrailroads and similar means of communi- cation and transportation will bo promoted An effectivo civil service sys- tem is guaranteed Domestic and foreign trade and commerce ogricul...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 12 April 1899

Is I Tlio Uist in tho World Wc belioio Ghnmbei Iains Cough Kunedi i < tho uest in tlio woid A i week ago wo sufleied with ft vou mill imln troublesome tough hI having load then adveiiiso i ills in our iiu n ami other papain i i > m < ht t < < l u bnttlo to sto it it mid oIe > t us It cuied us befoie ii > buttle nas moie than b ilf used I 11 the lifL medicine out foi colds ud < niighs The Ileiald Ande r iiimIIp hid For sale by ull i igiisia VriElTlTEMsi At the Ions looked for rain In I was ludlj ncedul ciime but 4 it i nte enough 1 In Yirunwill gno their May u i t hcii on the 1th of Maj Pal liiiiiliux Inter Then JJIa chko and Max Piause tended tlio ball at Witting Mon l v night and helpld tltp the fan htlC t II Herman V Miller of Ammans LelpLd the homefolks devour i tti eggs on the holidajs Itei 1 all of Uiniowlle pioichcd 3 i very good audioiiLuat tho Luth i hi church Enslei Monday I J ISIasehke and wife weio dug iclntives at Pagcl tcttle i in Lift wcik liiei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 26 April 1899

r O o VOL G and Post Oak Posts Brick linioa nl cement Waukegan and Gliddon Barb V ie Slide Wire Hodge Wire Fence Rubber mixed paints white lead oil varnishes itc Studebnker Old Hickory and Tennessee wagons Extra wagon and buggy tongues and shaft1 Extra wagon wheels Hacks Surrias Phaeton Buggies and Bucklmards Extia buggy and hack top Single and double harness hi idles iind collars sHTner Texas I WATCHMAKER JEWELER AND 0PTI0IAN Clocks WatchesR > iigs Bac eTe fs and a fine tine of Silver Ware tsultablc for Wedding presents i Uptodate In stationery If not secure some at once C ood stationery issuio to miko n Kooct Impiefcslon Eleittincc cry means irifWilce In business your correspondents am prettv auro to juil e pouchy tho stationery yqti nse A tilcelv prinred lettei hcacV will Inspire ebntldeuee la- yout busineiq ability CItE GAZETTE JOli OF I lOE Is now tuViiruskut fc > 03lENEtTM01K IieweYouj Qitoa ak Qic6J > Gents Watches from 250 to r2 > Ladieb Wv 400 to > 0 Clouks 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 26 April 1899

ubfa c opinion is never far wrong You can cheat it for a time but only for a time The average life of a patent medicine is less than two years They are pretty well advertised some of them but it isn t what is said of them but what they are able to do which carries them through the years Sarsaparil which made Sussparilta famous has never recommended itself to do what it knew of itself it could not do It has never been known as a cureall in order to catch- all For half a century it has been the one true safe blood purifier made in the best way out of the best ingredients Thousands of families are using it where their fathers and grandfathers used it before arid its record is equaled by no other medicine Is the best any too good for you Southern Oil Company Sells It was officially given out at Corsicana that tho deal botweon a St Louis syndicate and tho Southern Oil company of that city had boon closed and it was unoflicially staled that tho prico paid for tho foitysix wells and all th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 26 April 1899

L 8 I 1 M m w SHE WAS A GERMAN AND COULD NOT TRAVEL BY HERSELF mletl tlio Alnorlcitn Womrn rruu Vcrulltwete llatl Ahvni Wmiteil tu Itoutu the Wtirltt lint In n Hit Cliauoe Cuiue Her Niitluimtlty Intvrf croil This particular Mrs Widow is tho Germans put It wa3 the relict of a Lelpslc merchant who had left her well r ovlded for Bays the New York Commercial Advertiser She was a Ehort stout prosperous looking wom- an of somewhere about 60 with beau- tiful whlto hair She bought It at that nice place In Munich and with It dressed her head In a more elaborate and French way than Is common among German women of her years She also eschewed the caps with which they commonly make themselves so unnecessarily old lady In fact so far as looks went the Frau Verwltt wete ran the American mamma In the pension a close second And they ad- mired each other mutually when they were on speaking teims The Frau Verwlttwete was on her travels too To be sure she was not a dozen blocks away from where she had ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 26 April 1899

v n araictanUMMr rMa ft TH6 GKZGTTE Published cselv Wednesday bv J C 1IABERMACIIEH suirisoKifnoiN KAris Ono Year postp ltd SI 00 Entered at the Shiner Texas lost olllco us secoiuliliiia niattei Shiner Texiis Wounesday April 20 Tub volunteeisin tho Ihilipi > irnj s < leniinll to b u muslcicdout and aunt home SitNArou CLinuiisnVUanis tho military Icpatttneot of Texas le es tublibhed with IwadiiunrtoH ut San Vtltonio Tun government ha scied a h ill million tignrs of Iumioylvanift nriUe becuite tli cy boro counter < < it ioviiuetiliips Tun in ice ot cotton in the full will now be governed by tlfe ncie ngo and condition of the etot dining the next thruo months Tlti repOiJbianent the beef couit of iictinv aie somewhat contiulic too Ono day they baveit that > slho conit will find that the beel wis lotten the next that general Wiles cliaiges will not bo sustained Utid thititho beet was good General SiiATTrn sajstliat it may be necessaij to kill hulfoi the population of the Ph...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 26 April 1899

W i < ft A 4r CITY l CITYmUliOTOilY Mayor lobt L EschenbtirgV Treasurer Louis Wegener Secretary i Ed J Mair ALDKIlMrN Louis Wagener Ed P Wolters piiaeiMueiflto Ed J Menem C B Wclhausen 4 > The Oity CnujicH meets1 On ° the first Monday in every month S211 mm L NEW TIMfi TABLE In Effect Thursday May 35 1808 lOClUIAttT llUANClt Train No 45 anives tioin Lock halt at 1230 p m Train No 45 11 lives from Aoa lsum at ol5 p in n l wauo nitANctr li Train No 41iiriivcs Irom Waco tit187 p nv 1 Trutn tto 42arrives from Yoa kum at 221 p m A P A M The regular meetings of tho A F V A M will be held at their lodge tnom tho first Saturday night aier tho full modn in each month Visiting brethren aio invited to attend > Sam F Nave V M L Tamjir Seoy LOCAL NEWS Cotton peed meal for ealo at C H Flatos Crop prospects aro much im jnoved since tho rain Clothing and Pants cheap at C Mucckea Clean up your lots and back- yards summer is at hand Get one nf tho genuine Standard Cnltivatois ut Wolters Bios...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 26 April 1899

h THE G ZETTEv Published Every Thursday by J C UABEitMAOJiEH Editor and Pub SUBSCIUPTION RATE9 One Year postpaid Jl 00 Entered at the Shiner Texas pcitofflco as second class malL matter New hints for golf lovers finsccRtlons Which Might ImproTfl th Flaying of the Game Just nt present golfing except to c minority composed of such cranks as run each and every pastime to a point of exaggeration Is at a standstill and the goiters of last season are looking around for novelties for the coming one not only In clubs shoes and cos- tumes but In strokes and proper atti- tudes of body Ono theory advanced is that of learning the proper swing The fault that Is about the hardest tt correct In driving Is to get the should- ers and back Into the stroke so that the swing will be full and t ie cluL head follow through with the ball The way to get the true style In driv- ing according to the new Idea Is to practice the drive with a golf ball held flimly under the right armpit It will be found that wf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 26 April 1899

AntiTrust Hatter On Tuesday tho sonato rocoivocl a telogrnm from tho Arkansas sonnto and ono from tho house urging it to pas antitrust law and hoifso received samo Petitions and telegrams from sovcral parts of tho state prdtcst ng ugaiut passago of antitrust aw particularly insuranco feat- ure wcro road A resolution by Potter to ap- point Senators Atloo Burns and Grccr a committeo to look into the matter of drafting a const tional amondment relative to gov- ernment of cities of ovor 10000 population to report to special session if ono is held was adopt- ed and Potter was addod to tho committee Houso considered appropiia tion bill lythlnn Knights About 1000 Knights of Pythias attended tho twentysixth annual grand lodge mooting of tho stato at Dallas commencing on the 18th 1 < 1 Bell dolivorod tho addiass of welcome which was responded to by Grand Chancel- lor D B Blake A committeo of Arkausas knights attended in tho interest of tho proposed Py thian sanitarium at Hot Springs Maj G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Shiner Gazette — 26 April 1899

rOUOBT TWO HOUfiS Tilininoa Kowted And Americana Ban UU of Ammuiition Manila April 21 10 15 a m A ioiee of about 2QQ nath us yesterday nttoinoon attaoked the outposts of tho Washington legimont ncu Tauig south of Iasig and l itcios Two companies engaged tho insuig i nts and adumced a line of skiitn fhers Tlio Filipinos neie checked and routed after Uo hours fighting leaving twelvo men killed on tho iield and thirty wounded Tho Amcucm troops also Bocuied po imou of many Mauser lilies and uaiiy other weapons Tin en Amet uma were wounded Parm and Banch Notes A fiiimci can haemonoy coming n several times a jeir by ieoiling utile sheep hogs and hoises Tho oolandtho steeiswillfindaspting market the hogs and tho mutton nm bo sold in tho fall while good lioisos aio marketable whenever uJ to b offeed Tlieic is stid to be a gieat short < iii the supply ot bioom coin uul it is now lepoitul to be woith JU per ton with i piobability that it will still go higher Een at a much smallei pi ice it...

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