Goliad Pharmacy & Gifts

Est. in 1870… blending old fashioned service with modern technology

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236 S. Commercial
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With 139 years of experience to its credit, Goliad Pharmacy & Gifts is just as much a community icon as it is a business. Opened in 1870, as Baker Drugstore, this pharmacy is one of the oldest pharmacies in Texas. Baker Drugstore was located on the south side of the Courthouse square and was destroyed by fire in 1915. Later it moved to the west side to its present location. In 1925 L.H. Von Dohlen purchased Baker Drugstore and renamed it Von Dohlen-Byrd Pharmacy when the business was incorporated with City Drug, owned by Truston Byrd. In 1990 Goliad Pharmacy & Gifts became its new name, under the ownership of Gary Patrick and co-owner Tim Von Dohlen.

Whether it's for a birthday, illness or just to say "hi", choose from a large selection of greeting cards, complemented with such gift choices as Ty Beanie Babies, candles, picture frames, jewelry, clocks, purses, adorable baby gifts, cookbooks, dish towels, kitchenware, western/country decor, crystal, class rings, personalized wedding/graduation invitations, balloons and lots of unique home decor items. Goliad Pharmacy & Gifts also offers bridal and baby gift registries and free gift wrapping with a minimum purchase. If you are in the area in the months of October-December don't miss our luxurious and fun Christmas trees and tabletop for your decorating ideas!

For a charming atmosphere and friendly service stop by Goliad Pharmacy & Gifts for your next prescription refill or gift for a special occasion.

Accepting most insurance plans. Durable Medical Equipment, Prosthetics, Orthotics and Supplies Accredited.

Medicare provider for all your diabetic testing supplies.

Delivery within the city limits.

361-645-3261 Store
361-645-3281 Fax

Store Hours:
Mon-Fri 8am 6pm
Pharmacist on Duty 9am-6pm
Sat. 9am-5pm
Pharmacist on duty 9am-1pm
Closed Sunday

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First known to Spanish settlers as Nuestra Senora de Loreto, later called La Bahía del Espiritu Santo. Established as a mission in 1749. Became a strategic fort under Spanish, Mexican, Texas occupancy, 1810 - 1821, 1835 - 1836. Name changed to Goliad and created a Mexican municipality in 1829. Scene of massacre of Fannin and his command in 1836.

Organized as a county, 1836, with town of Goliad as the county seat.

Home of Confederate General Hamilton P. Bee. From population of 3,384 county sent several army companies to the Civil War.

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