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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 July 1899

- l~y • - V" '~.vV#v ■ - V vy. ." ' . -c-■ " ■:■ ;■■■'"' ^ 2- > s- |j® |j : " 11 WSB S SiSllliS jggg||PQBh ,m~ gaSSi: . - - -■l"lJ&!l* Wm'; ___ - - ———— X^.V-sY;-">^r -,f' pm *\v c Texas ^University S~ j^aEB S^8 'i- r>^ r -y^ ■^t'.^.*' . . :*'•' ' ' - - -'• i.\ - " ' ' ' ■imi i & enourg St ic^er. „ ^:V.L-2*3*21 SP§S1§ HttlW - :tM*M m ms ust Soet/iy {Publisher. {Plain Words Jtre Sver t/ie 33est. One 'Dollar a VOLUME V. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1899. NUMBER ggfSP ' ■sHum The Theumann Case. # |S^- ■*§! I er discharging the Jury in the lann case last week jichmueller fixed the de- s bail at $10,000. Alex Theumann, brother of le defendant, stated before the court that he did not think they be able to make a bond a- $6,000. Fax Theumann is still in jail, no having been made for his re- 8. It is believed by some that be made ion is ar- by the fact that >thers and his wife , who remained here returned home Wed- «* W^ii :M * 2 the various bal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 July 1899

' -c CKER. NEARING THE END. Published every Thursday by G0ETH. The Crest of the Mighty Torrent Reached Brazoria County. Has SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM at the Schulenburg post- as second-class matter. The situation in the Philippines becoming something of a "chest- f'—even the head artists on the lies are giving Mr.Aguinaldo "army" the dirty shake. The father of all wafers, the ippi will have to take a : seat since the Brazos got on a rampage. Well, that's the rampage , bound to stay in 'r. - ' ■ -" v ' ~ 1VV. lead,. tion and the mutual ez- and experiences is any line of de- ent or enterprise. The ■8 around Schulenburg could benefit their pocketbooks by organizing a truck growers' as- sociation. Give it a trial. «=== WBEM to be given by the iburg Fair Association on of this month will doubtless draw a good crowd, that a most at- is arranged and lurses offered: Although the^election for 19(10 is several months distant, San An- in a bid for state conven- evidently be- about worm adm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 July 1899

M BHi ; ggf miUAm 'TORY. Henry "'• i i V?-■•■'- ■'?•*■ icss^? fohn Oltmanns . F. Schaefer, V sets ;h month, at 4'p. m ===== K#_y^ Le WM WT^IQC ~ SCHULENBURG. EAST. 3:20 p m 1:14 am WEST. smmi ....12:42 am ... .3:22 a m g. ;- "f 4 - f _■ M. K. 4 T. AT LA QRANQE, « « McLure, Agent m, m. ; HUKTM. J J__ -Daily i«7 P- .. 10:32 4 I, dally (except Sun.) 4:30 4 SOUTH. 3. Passenger—Daily.... 6:38 p. " 5:47 a. m, I dally (except Son.) .-00 ' Harket Report he following is the market re- as compiled by H. Horner, will be changed weekly, ac- to the highest market 1Y WEDNESDAY. midl) .per 100 lbs firs le). mm 6c ..,. 5@8c 8@10 10@15c .*. * - • •; 1 ;.. .7@8 W^m U_ 0,qq 60c ^wj§| for the "1 • ' u. ••• • ~ : ftp edcjer's. is visiting '"* • i-" - redders. at HORNERS' EAGLE LAKE DRAMATIC COMPANY. Just received a nice assortment of Glittering Success of the Amateurs- Well Pleased Audience. Ladies and Misses latest Toe and makes. All sheer weight of lawns and organdies at closing out prices. ©@all paUe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 July 1899

' « ' ■•■■■ ' ' I ' ^ ;•• ^^BSSglSg JPfl . :/- Kte:; . : - . i ii . >RF. D. Sajrers. r—J. N. Browning. General—Thos. S. Smith, r—Jehu W. Bobbins. - 5lIer-^R. W. Finley. r-Office—George W. Finger. Supt. Pub. Inst—J. S. Kendall. SUPREME COURT. Chief Justice—R. R. Gaines. Associate Justice—T. J. Brown. Associate Justice—L. G. Denman. APPELLATE COURT. M. M. Brooks, W. L. Davidson, J. N. Henderson, Associates. DISTRICT OFFICERS. Jud. 22d Jud. Dist.—H. Teichmueller. District Attorney—J. L. Storey. V Clerk Dist. Court—J. E. Baker. Courts commence on the 15th Mon- day after the first Monday in January, and 14th Monday after the first Monday in August and continue 8 weeks. COUNTY OFFICERS. Judge—Joseph Ehlinger. Attorney—Percy Faison. Clerk—Rudolph Klatt. SBeriff—Aug. Loessin. Treasurer—R. T. Bradshaw. Assessor—C. H. Steinmann. School Supt.—G. A. Stierling. Collector—Neal Robison. Surveyor—Louis Melcher. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Beat No. 1—George Huebner. Beat No. 2—C. C. Brendle. Beat No. 3...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 September 1899

.-?&-*■■'-± «,*.£&■;..-;~r-^!^w;v£ VOLUME VI. «S8fl!§ Sc{\ufer\6 enourg Texas t7nf OticKer. rei sity Sooth, ^Publisher. ZP/air. Words jfre Sver the Sties/. One dollar a 2/ear. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1899. NUMBER 0PEA//W? SALE OF ^(«W*V«V* V ViV V*V^r«V V*V ViV«ir'iW^*Wir^ OfiB PRICE & TO ALL. ® Mm Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and shoes, Hats and Gaps, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Etc Trading here will be safe, pleasant and profitable. Already the store is full of new and beautiful Fall Goods. Each day will see fresh stock added. We aim to make this store perfect in system and management. The stock will probably reach the goal first. The other things will be brought to perfection as fast as possible. You will soon learn that it won't pay you to neglect readings single one of our advertisements, and that to neglect to visit our store when out shopping is a slighting of bargain chances. Tjhe fluty of this 3*irm as a iiCffew Sto re,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 September 1899

m % ) ; v .r - -&■£- ISIasM WB&m * THE STICKER. Thursday, Sept. 21, 1899. Published every Thursday by ERNST G0ETH. SUBSCRIPTION, $i.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as aecond-olaas matter. Encourage all kinds of factories. Seven negros were killed in a riot in Illinois this week. Yellow fever Orleans. still exists in New Cornelius Vanderbilt, the New York millionaire, is dead. ICE FACTORY AND CREAMERY. Ilrllisifci mm V, -jfo LaGrange has two not Schulenburg? banks, why SMSI wmm. HH At Denison, Texas, $11.50 was paid for a ton of cotton seed last week. .. • As we go to press, indications are favorable that Dreyfus will be pardoned. Ever since the new postoffice was started there is no let up in improvements in Schulenburg. i! Look at our church directory and you will see that the gospel is being expounded somewhat even in Schulenburg. The Orange Leader is not only a well edited paper, but it is also handsomely made-up, and in point of typographical taste and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 September 1899

gjpfl ~:v" W :~ . CO ill D THINK. SMALL PROFITS IS OUR MOTTO. When coming to our town don't you THINK it would be to your advantage to call on us and inspect our stock and prices? We will make you prices that will open your eyes, and you will no longer have to be perplexed about your neigbor who buys his goods cheaper. We daily prove to our customers that goods can be bought from us with absolute confidence as to quality and price. fy> Soods. No one will find it too early to look through a pretty line of Fall goods. So call and see ours so yon will be posted on Dress Goods matters for the coming season. . . ■-V..' Royal Venetion A beautiful Dress Goods in the leading shades; one of the most stylish dress goods for this season. All Wool Henriettas A lovely quality in" all shades. Herringsbone Serge Quite a novelty for skirts; a splendid wearer. Plaids A nice selection of Plaids in all qualities at popular prices. High grade plain and fancy, of all descriptions; blacks a specialty ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 September 1899

t-r~' - n ; 9m AB8CHIBDS f GOOD-BYE I VERKAUF! r, -•' f IS. & GO. :. TEXAS. 1 -> ^:;v - 11* jj-i" -: Der Grosse -Vorrath soli sofort Ausverkauft Werden. ■H- M"!"M •I"!"!"!"!"!"!1 NiHiiiiiimniffl mm uHfflffiffltt 88fflta H..M-I I I..i..M-I'.H-H-ii ■■I"!"!"!"!"!'1!"!"! -X-I-i-I-:-!- •M-i-i-i-i-i-r-gH UlIliiiiiiiilHiiiiiHiiliiSiSiSlSiiiiliiiiiiliSm v- " ivv |c- m' g@|Bi iy^ ipfc; WMt'r Wm k&i Wir zeigen dem Publikuin von Fayette (Jounty hiermit an, dass wir Arrangements getroffen haben unser Gescbaft in LaGrange auf- zuhoren. Das grosse Waarenlager wird einige Wochen lang im Ein- zelverkauf nur geboten werden, bis es ungefahr auf die Halfte re- ducirt 1st, und dann wird der Rest, zusammen mit dem Miethsrecht des Ge,baudes, an irgend einen Kaufmann der kaufen will zum Verkauf offerirt. Jetzt, wabrend wir unser grosses Waarenlager los werden wollen, konnt Ibr Euren Vorrath fur den Herbst sowie fiir nachsten Friih- ling und Sommer einlegen. Ibr miisst bedenken dass unser Scbei-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 September 1899

.3$?' ' ' ' ' 1 : - sjSssgMZi- THE SCHULENBURG STICKER.—SUPPLEMENT. -4- !■ " — fr V3.I GOOD-BYE IE! -- m _ R|ETIK#IG FROM BUSINESS I THE BIG STOCK TO BE CLOSED OIJT AT ONCE! ... •••.•* WE >■ • * i.-S^ ••'• *5 .;■' ;■ * , > - V_ :l~r. - ' * * «v .-". • &S ifip iNsS -*r- I *- * SW'Vrg."-; -.rf -• gf®f * -1 0m ' :<F iifey now announce to the public of Fayette County that we have made arrangements to discontinue our business at LaGrange. The big stock will be sold at retail for a few weeks until it is reduced about one-half, and then the balance will be offered for sale together with the lease of building to the merchant desiring to buy. You can, now, that we are getting rid of our big stock, buy your supplies for the Fall season and also for next Spring and Summer. You must remember that our departure from LaGrange will have a tendency to slitfen prices, not only at LaGrange, but throughout the whole county. We do not say this as a threat, but we say it wisely, and truly. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 September 1899

ss m J§ Sp -'&- *' : § - ' ill * jy^vAi /'.-►" -I v?33®■ -jf?' ^^p|g $J0 & SI , I v- W • — :'' ' = mm |iNiKg£-: * .. ■ g (Third Installment.) OUR TRIP TO COLORADO. We promised our readers in our last issue that we would tell them more about the famous Colorado country, and here it is. It was Sunday morning bright and early that we meandered to the Colorado & Northern dfepot at Boulder, Colorado, to take a special train for Ward, ' a mining town situated at the foot of Long's Peak, which is even higher than Pike's Peak and is one of the tallest mountains in the Rocky Mountain range. Ward is only 9 miles from Boulder by air line, but by the Colorado & Northern, over the famous " Switzerland Trail of America," it is 26 miles, and a grander scenery no human eye ever beheld. It is 9550 feet above sea level and 4000 feet higher than Boulder, our starting point. Our readers know haw it is here and was during August, while there on the 13th of August we were glad to be in th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 September 1899

CITY DIRECTORY. CI rY OFFICERS. Theo. Wolters, Mayor; Henry Eilers, Marshal. iit<; ^ ' ; --V m ^. m S&£ vi- s-'j: ■ ii Pi \- aldermen: R. A. Wolters, John Oltmanns, W. A. Marcee. F. F. Schaefer, Emil Schulz. City Council meets the first Tues- day in each month, at 4 p. m Rail Road Time Table SUNSET ROUTE AT 8CHUI.ENBURO. east. Day Train 3:20 p m Night Train 1:14 am west. Day Train 12:42 a m Night Train 3:22 a m M. K. & T. AT LA GRANGE, G. H. McLure, Agent. north. N*. 4. Passenger—Daily 1:27 p. m, No. 6. Flyer " .... 10:32 « ' No. 74. mixed, daily (except Son.) 4:30 ' ' SOUTH. No. 3. Passenger—Daily 6:38 p. m. No. 5. Flyer " .... 5*47 a. m. No. 73. Mixed (felly (except Sun.) i:00 * ' Harket Report The following is the market re- port as compiled by H. Horner, and will be changed weekly, ac- cording to the highest market prices paid. j CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY. Cotton, (average ) .,5ic Cotton Seed.. per 100 lbs 40d Com (shelled) 30c Eggs 10c Butter (cooking) 5@7e Butter (tab...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 September 1899

La Grange Marble SIS .. •' i®®!! O E Dealer In" Stolz, Prop. - Qnqrjite JVtqpble $ Stqtyqny. High Grade Monuments AND FINE CARVING A SPECIALTY. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. Iron fencing at special low rates. Ask for prices before placing your or- ders elsewhere. Designs and pri- ces furnished on application. HP .A. TEOZI1TE HOME INDUSTRIES! Highest market' price paid for cotton seed delivered at oil mill. Will pay the cash for same or take it in ex- change for hulls and cake meal, as desired. CHR. BAUMGARTEN. *SSg f||j| Central Hotel . . JOSEPH KAIHER, Af'Off . . Sirs, Clean ano T) Comfortable ... J^O OIX)^ . . . Table Supplied with The Best . . . LA GRANGE, TEXAS. Model Farm. M.SCHWARTZ. tl.il. SHWARTZ, Schwartz Bros - v j-4S* *'■?. - ' ' -\--f Proprietors of I. X. Livery and Feed Stables, Men Meet all Trains. Buy j sell and Exchange Horses. Schulenbunr, Texas. JOHN II. SLOMA, ! > Dealer In il' Cash paid for Country Produce. Public and Steamship Agent. ;• /- m FLATO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 October 1899

H |fh> 11 IIB . . £Tf\e Scftut enourg . er. w/ 9oeth, Publisher. ZPtain Words J^re Sver ihe 33est. VOLUME VI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS,-THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1899. Cxpert SHuying Close Selling Sd/<7 Sales, DITCH'S WWWWWWtfWWWWW' jilways $3est 3?or the jCeast TIfoney. rmmmmmmmmmmmik Grow Better Every Day. We venture to say that this store could not be better prepared for the coming Fall and Winter helpful- ness than it is to-day. When we say THIS STORE, we except none, for Schulenburg can surely not boast of a single stock, better prepared to fill the every day wants of her women wearers, than this one. we r claim the largest, cheapest and best assorted stock in Schulenburg to-day. }oney Can 7fot SSuy s Finer goods than we are offering you day by day. We make it our business to have the Best of everything at the Lowest Possible Figures, and to j sell only such goods as we can warrant to give the utmost satisfaction. t, : i M-M.■!i GERMAN AND BOHEMIAN SPOKEN. I"M Ml"!11...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 October 1899

THE STICKER. mm Pic' BP?-;-- Wm ■■ J-' % > r • V---:i--' n&; f7. HI IK SK Thursday, Oct. 5, 1899. Published every Thursday by ERNST G0ETH. SUBSCRIPTION, $i.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as second-class matter. The Sealy News is a constant worker for its town. Dewey received the grandest ovation of any man in the history of the world. Don't hear much about Dreyfus now. He has had his turn, and last week Admiral Dewey and his gallant sailors attracted the un- divided attention of the public. If half the money wasted on the Dewey blow out in New York was scattered among the needy of the country it would do a power of good.—Opera Glass. And it would be more sensible. An election will be held in Mat agorda county, -on October 24, whether or not the seat shall be re- moved from Bay City. It has not been a great while since it was re moved to Bay City. Texas people will find out by and by that it will take factories to bring prosperty as evidenced by the fact th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 October 1899

i ' ^ ' ' "* -.-.7" 3tlgSijS[ 13 V^ rnfeS DIRECTORY. CirY OFFICERS, eo. Wolters, Mayor; Henry jwuers. Marshal. aldermen: R. A. Wolters, John Oltmanns, W. A. Marcee. F. F. Schaefer, Emil Schulz. City Council meets the first Tues- day in each month, at 4 p. m Rill : V Rail Road Time Table tm;- WiB : * W^m mMrM. Vf' j. <s:: ss3®,- SUNSET ROUTE AT SOHULENBURG. bast. Day Train. 3:20 p m Night Train 1:14 am west. Day Train 12:42 am Night Train 3:22 am M. K. * T. AT LA GRANGE, G. H. McLure, Agent north. N . 4. Passenger—Daily 1:27 p. m, No. 6. Flyer " 10:32 4 ' No. 74. mixed, dally (except Sun.) 4:80 ' ' SOUTH. No. 3. Passenger—Daily 6:38 p. m. No. 5. Flyer " 5147 a. m. No. 73. Mixed daily (exoept Sun.) 9:00 « « Harket Report The following is the market re- port as compiled by H. Horner, and will be changed weekly, ac- cording to the highest market prices paid. changed every wednesday. "Cotton, (average).. 6i Cotton Seed..per 100 lbs 45c Corn 30@32i Eggs 121c Butter (cooking) 5@7e Butte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 October 1899

m Mi MI rnrnm — fcfef - - La Grange Marble WORKS O E Stolz, Prop. Dealer In ■■■ ■ Onqqite jVt arable ^ ^tqtyqpy.f High Grade Monuments AND FINE CARVING A SPECIALTY. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. Iron fencing at special low rates. Ask for prices before placing your or- ders elsewhere. Designs and pri- ces furnished on application. Who Are in the Pen. Spfi a Xs>-X~ m -jflB • •• m Hps® W :fe; lfe\ PATBOZINE HOME INDUSTRIES! Highest market price paid for cotton seed delivered at oil mill. Will pay the cash for same or take it in ex- change for hulls and cake meal, as desired. CHR. BAUMGARTEN. I Central Hotel . . JOSEPH KAINER, m'ga . . Bits, Glean ano T) -Comfortable ... Hoon)<5 . . . Table Supplied with The Best. . . LA GRANGE, TEXAS. M.SCHWARTZ. J.J. SHWARTZ, Schwartz Eros Proprietors of- I. X. Livery and Feed Stables, Men Meet all Trains. Buy, sell and Exchange Horses. Schulenburg, Texas. JOHN H. SLOMfi, Dealer in ©eipepal ^^pG^aipdUe Cash paid for Country Produce. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 19 October 1899

ervburg Grnst Soeth, {Publisher, Precautions Against Malaria. HUTCHINQS HOUSE PROPERTY. Cotton Rope. Texas'iUmvevsity <§tic^er. iPlain Words Jire Sver the S/Sest. schulenburg, fayette county, texas, thursday, october 19, 1899. 1 la conversation recently with Mr. Ed. Cowdin, a well informed commercial traveler, representing Wallis, Landes & Co, and speaking of home enterprise etc. Mr. Cowdin said: "Isn't it strange that the people in Texas and in the whole south for that matter, use so little cotton rope. Recently I sold 6000 pounds of rope of which about 500 pounds of it only was cotton rope and the balance was grass rope. The grass rope costs 3 cents per pound more too and is not as good." If the people of the south would use cotton rope entirely, at least 250,000 bales of cotton would be used up for its manufacture which would ben- efit the cotton raiser just that'much. Neuhaus Brothers the Purchasers, tel Was Built in the 60s. Lease Not Affected. Looking over the list of n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 19 October 1899

mm* u®%?; / > m**> r£3&?rt THE STICKER. Thursday, Oct. 19, 1899. Published every Thursday by ERNST G0ETH. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce second-class matter. Cotton seed sold at Calvert Saturday at $15.00 per ton. last are The business men of a city judged by the way they advertise. mm. The war between the Boers and Great Britain is in full blast. In spite of the trusts and repub- lican government, prosperity is abroad in the great state of Texas Everything being equal, Texas made goods first, by means. use all The Sealy News has entered its 13th year and is growing better with age. The citizens of Cameron held mass meeting recently and decid- to build a cotton mill. HOME ENTERPRISE. Additional Locals. The great to-do still carried on over Dewey is getting to be nau- seating. Give Dewy a rest. The Weimar Mercury had to is- sue 10 pages last week to accom- modate its live and wide-awake merchants. An ice factory and electric light plant ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 19 October 1899

SIPS -JsISp ■Mi P ...AND ♦ 1 ifc' Itr H. si I ask is your eyes. They're the best judges of the Tremendous Bar- gains I offer. To their shrewdness I confidently appeal. ffegUl MW' r • , ■ - - • I guarantee is a saving of from 25 to 50 per cent in price, payable ait once on every bill of Fall and Winter Goods you buy from me. IMP - : - : : ID 1 have a fine line of Blankets which I offer you Blankets, 10-4 i $ .50 44 Kisneets 11 u 70 " Emerson " 11-4 j 1.35 M Levants 44 10-4 ..... 1 1.40 44 Ice Conder, all wool Blankets, 10-4 | 2.00 Gladiator, " 44 " L...... 2.90 . 3.75 ■■ rrz: rr~: j jarv \ THEY'RE mere skeletons withered to a faint shadow. Did you ever see Prices so thin? What you buy of me you pay just exactly what the price ticket says. That price is always the lowest. '*A little saving now and then is relished by the best of men," can only be acquired in business by the strictest economy in buying. I will waste no time in useless blows, but strike the nail on the head and here my ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 19 October 1899

"" HM ~!v • gjjjjg WSlp®j$ $Sa§is sbSM —ft'-.-: • tsi •■• *. *- - - < i ' *; life £$•«- :l--' &. .-' ...• •V / .'-; H 8 ' sap-s' v "?;*•• j ' | i | I I I Sg*" THE STICKER. Thursday, Oct. 19, 1899. Published every Thursday by ERNST G0ETH. SUBSCRIPTION, $i.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as second-class matter. Tile Cure of Founder. The term "founder" has been used for centuries.- During the hot weather every year there are many cases, often of a serious type, and many of them the result of thoughtfulness. All during the heated term an ounce of hyposolphate of soda dissolved in half a bucket of drinking water every night will do much to prevent the trouble when due care otherwise is exercised. There are degrees in this disease, from the mild form up to the very acute, when the horse goes down and will not stand at all, or though standing up, per- spires freely, breathes laborously and evidences great distress. Such cases as these need a good doctor. Ordinaril...

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