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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 April 1905

JssSews®!^^''" St ' -~ 5 Pg|gg§ ■X-4i j^^i.jStjfe.'..-' ill llfP^'ir V ■gMgg. fgg M -:fS • te« ► H. HORNER. a Pratt's Food, | Tfhe original stock food of America. W In use for over 30 years. For |g Horses, Cows, Hogs and Sheep. §| Price 50 and 90 cts. Pratt's Poultry Food, J CARD OF THANKS. We take this method of express- inS our gratitude to those of the citizens of Schulenburg who so willingly tendered their services in the last sad rites of our beloved wife and mother, especially to those of the Woodmen Circle and Herman Sons' lodge and Rev Bohmfalk. Joe Schindler and Children. • r ♦ A guaranteed egg producer. Price 25c Pratt's Lice Killer. No more lice on Poultry. For little chicks and big chicks, horses, cows, sheep hogs, dogs, cats by I HORNER'S 4MSKSX' ItHJPOttT. The folk)wing ts the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and ohantred weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERT WEDNESDAY Cotton aew per lb quiet Cotton Seed per 100 lbs Corn new - - ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 April 1905

^ i m^:. 3s? I©: ■ C # 4 A H YOU BUY FROM gs|Tfv"-- S. T. SCHAEFER Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's HARDWARE. HEARSE IN CONNECTION." SSN Dixie Pale and Budwelser Bottle Beer. Standard ■ 1 11 Keg Beer and • ARTESIAN ICE. • EBELING & SON, Agents, ScMenbro;. Literary Announcement. r * **r! ': _____ Oh, I'm having lots of sorrow and my soul Is full of woe, My state of mind Is not at all serene. I see. so many things that need reforming here below I guess I'll have to start a magazine. I'm totally disheartened by the methods of finance, I'm astonished by the wickedness I've seen. In everything but literature I've struck a losing chance, I guess I'll have to stai i a magazine. In politics I've had a somewhat unavail- ing run, Of course they did the trick with a machine. I want to tell the people how the wick- ed deed was done, I guess I'll have to start a magazine. So rally, all "ye scri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 May 1905

;'V >.^?y :^ • f.^'% • • iSH ® " **■ <fcr | !fe" V "iv-':" r * tan \ UnlTtt $Uy A-VSTl* IPS - - >" - * • JOB * PRINTING Raymond s<Wln/r*«, $*ubh*for. !Plain Words Jire Sver the SSesi. One 'Dollar a 2/ear, VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 4.1905. NO. 39 rsc THE BIG LILY f PAVL C. WILLARD (ftpplitt, 1809, by Dally Btory Prt.CoJ "To-morrow will bo Easter." Mrs. Fleming said It thoughtfully, almost sadly. They had breakfasted In silence bat at this remark her husband rais- ed his eyes from his plate and cast an angry look at her, a look so full of meaning that she asked timidly, "Why, Frank, what hare 1 done?" 1 understand what you're thinking of and you needn't say It. Don't speak of a hat." • "But I haven't even thought of a hat; honestly and truly, I haven't." "Oh, I know," he wont on, roughly, "to you Easter spells millinery and clothes. You live for those things. You forget—" -But I don't" "I say you forget how we are situ- ated. Havent I wor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 May 1905

iSpl Selfe •:V:: > %-r gjp - ^ ? ftbe Sticker, JORDAN REPLIES TO THEO. PRICE. HAfMONB WiHFREE, Eiltw irf PobHsksr. President of Cotton Association Vigorous-Language. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at tfte Schulenburg posttjfflce aa eoond-olass matter. Th* 8tic*br invites .the public to keep It posted ooaoernlng the goings and comings of the town. If yon are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing .drop us a, line that we inay make note of it. -But. be rare' to sign your name to it a -M evideace of its genuineness. k ' <■■■• THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1905. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, , For President 1908. FAYETTE COUNTY BONDS. Fayette county owed^^iOOO", or to express it differently, seventy- five bonds, each for $1,000 and eaeb bearing five per cent interest par annum. These bonds, priori- pal and . interest were payable in New York, and of course we had tot pay the exchange, and besides, pay the holders of these bonds for Clip- *"r£r ft • ♦ ping off the coupons—their own i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 May 1905

' :^yff<^-f\^0^^ 2^M j •h>-vr-v^ • ■•-:r ;,- 5?"-_ ; \ pm&fi 7%:>"/' iifef? ■' H. HORNER. Pratt's Food, GUSTAV SEIOEL. :w?i Tfhe original stock food of America. W In use for over 30 years. For Horses, Cows, Hogs and Sheep. Price 50 and 90 cts. Pratt's Poultry Food, A guaranteed egg producer. Price 25c Pratt's Lice Killer. No more lice on Poultry. For little chicks and big chicks, horses, cows, sheep hogs, dogs, cats HORNER'S i^v|£5 ._... 3PS "/ ' pjjfPpiyL MMJPOMT. The following !• the market report m oompn- •d by H. Horner, and changed weekly, aooord- tn* to the highest market prloea paid, CHANGED EVERT WEDNESDAY Cotton, new J&q?1®*- - 8 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs _ ~ Corn new Batter (cooking) — - Batter (table)— Chickens (ss to slae) — Roosters — Turkeys per lb— — - Bacon....— — - — Lard — - Cabbage..-—.— - - Potatoes —- Buitor Market:—In demand. Chix Firm. Eggs: Steady. Turkeys Not wanted at any price, ^ Cttam: Steady. 3-4 7 .... 56 .50-56 .9 10 7-12 t 7-eib 4-5 .. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 May 1905

WAHINGTON LETTER. YOU BUY FROM m is \ . T. SCHAEFER Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's HARDWARE. HEARSE IN CONNECTION/ SSH gfe- Dixie Pale and Budwelser Bottle Beer. Standard 1 Keg Beer and • ARTESIAN ICE. • EBELING 4* SON, Atests, Sdnrieibrif. WaM PS*: The Windmill that runs when all others stand still. GET THE CATALOG "S." Iron Works, s° o £ • O ST 9 8 a |r S-J! ROUTE Southern Pacific "New Y: rk-New Orleans Steamship Line" Between NEW ORLEANS and NEW YORK. Steamer sails from New Orleans every Wednesday at 12:00 noon. New York every Wednesday at 12:00 noon. Special Correspondence of the Sticker The Senate committee on Inter- state commerce has gotten to work and is holding daily hearings on the subject of railway rate legisla- tion. As a starter Senator Elkins, chairman of the committee, invit- ed nearly fifty railway men to ap- pear before the committee and tes- tify as to why the gove...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 11 May 1905

jgmx.: Texts Unlrsriity A VST!* lr-Mb JB Stffc Esjgi* fe. «E JOB * PRINTING Siaymond Win free, Publisher. ZFlctin Words Jfre <SWr the S&esi. One ^Dollar a 2/ear. VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY II, 1905, NO. 40 WASHINGTON LETTER.* |Q, Special Correspondence of the Sticker £ I spent the greater part of last week in the city of New York- thai maelstrom of money—and if i man wants to seta real taste of the strenuous life let him go there and spend a week after living in the quiet country village of Washing- ton. -• He can get all the exercise he wants dodging all sorts and kinds of vehicles and being scared to death the most of the time, fearing he will be run over. and killed. The greatest institution of, that great city however, is the new sub way or underground railway. It certainly has pointed the way to solve the transportation problem of that city. You-enter one of those express trains at the Brook lynbridge, down town, and before you realize ?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 11 May 1905

•V, W4 ■ '■ D WtKFREE, Editor and Pollster, .UBSCKIPtI(5i?I, $i.6b PER ANfttB* Entered atfrtho Schulenbiirg postofficts as eooaff-cMes' matter. ... . 'AX,? The Sticker Invites the public to keep It posted concertito&th$"'gpfoga and comings of the town. If you fcrrf leaving town or have friends yisiting you or departing, drop us a line t&'at'we may"raate ttotfe of It. Bat he sure to sign your narpe to., it as ,?tn evidence of its genuineness. , i . JtTif/ji THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1^05. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, Fur President 1008. A week and no raini - Wonder what's going to happen I - -- Onions and potatoes have begun to come in &nd SchUlenburg Is' paying top notch prices. *■? - i 'W. T. Eldridge of San Antonio shot and killedi W. E. Calhoun of Gainesville, on the "$aprr train &i Wall is, early Tuesday morning; Calhoun was. hit three times and Albert Turner, who was sitting On the same seat, was wounded in the arm-. About two years ago Cal- houn is supposed to have shot Eld^ ridg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 11 May 1905

* f H. HORNER. C E> FOR ,. Sjf •--?' •' -' -+V _ V- ^ *•'• - •' " - CHICKEN AND HOa FEEDS In su of sbost 180 lbs I cent ter lb Cheapest and the best feed to be had RED RAVEN FLOUR HORNER'S kff/v - • ? AtMSKJBT RBJPOR'r. ie the market report « «>mpn- &ad dh*need weekly, sccord- 66 i prices paid EYKRY WBDNBDAT bneir...v.™..-:_ •«S£Sib (ti *• «l*e> pring„ ■rij'N^'^ntedJ !«♦<«« M ..« ••• *•••• ««. m . 80-25 .... 16 IS® lc 4^,.4-4-oe per 100 Market:—Dead. T!in. ' ■&-?'•* & v Declining. Not wasted at any price steady: cakes at Harry Meyer's. cJe Ht itj LaFayette, New line of shirts at R.A. WoU tars. T yjy*> r.-^N/P Fruits! Fruits!! -F*utto!I!*t Hen- ry Mejer's. Mr. FercT. Sttblir waft in Hous- ton last week. Pop corn with fans, all for 5c, at Hairy Meyer's. Mr. J. B. Farris of Yorktown is visiting relatives in the city. Oh, yes,,if jron look/or $the best molasses, l i - Mr. Chas. Davis of Bonu9 was in the city this week. Bring your onions and potatoes to R. A. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 11 May 1905

m Kkf Sfe-'jiS 1& i£i DIRECTORY GENERAL HOME CANNERIES AND TION. DIVERSIFlCA- DAINTINESS. TOUCH FROM T. SCHAEFER Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder' HARDWARE. HEARSE IN CONNECTION.' SSN Dixie Pale and Budwefser Bottle Beer. Standard Keg Beer and * ARTESIAN ICE. * EBEL1NG & SON, Agents, Sclralen&nig. The Windmill that runs when all others stand still. GET THE CATALOG "S." Alamo Iron Works, *41? H ar o rejigs^ /CO ■ /fb ":r. .'H: I- ■ ' ■ §rv - . n BeSlil cr CD Ip \ n 11 sf M. ' § a — tra&e\ The canning industry in the South as it stands today is only in its infancy. There is a growing demand for first-class hand packed canned goods, gathe ed and pre- pared fresh from the farm. And how are you going to do this? Is it possible to realize the best prices for your surplus fruits and vege- tables by shipping to large canner- ries whero such canneries require a large territory to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 18 May 1905

X«xii UnWwi^T AUSTIW Mm ■faiN SI. THE STICKER JOB * printing Sfcaymonet IV in free, Publisher, 5*lain Words jfre Sver the S&esi. One ^Dollar a S/ear, VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1905. NO. 41 £m££v WASHINGTON LETTER. ORGANIZE. M-i BHr Special Correspondence of the Sticker Washington, D. C., May 15.— The announcement from Mississip- pi that the Hon. John Sharp Wil- ^ liams, the able and erudite floor leader of democracy in the Nation, al house of representatives, wouli be a candidate for the United States Senate to succeed Senator Hernando D. Money, has been the lraitful source of considerable gos- sip in and around democratic cir- cles here txr Washington, where both men are so well known and so well liked by all who know them. The fact that Mr. Williams has allowed it to be authoritatiye ly announced that he will be a candidate for the Senate is proof positiye that Senator Money will not be a candidate to succeed him- self. I know positive fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 18 May 1905

ftbe ©ticket. fUVMGND WiNFBEE, Ei!!or and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION,$1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as eooad-olass matter. The Sticker invites the public to keep it t posted concerning the goings and comings of the town. If you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a litfe that we may make note of it- But be sure to sign your name to it as §n evidence of Its genuineness. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1905. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, Fur President 1908. The Sticker is a little late today on account of a rush of job work and the absence of the editor. m King Edward is to have an Amer- ican typewriter,. The Houston Chronicle inquires if it is a pretty one. Tbo school cffildren of Chicago are out on a strike in sympathy with the teamsters' strike. They claim that coal was hauled to the school building by non-union driv* ers. f - I---- Ik i ■ Hyp fepi w- : I6:'v 7* u\Vi(ic. women and song" was the way Dr. Martin Luther put it, upliftinor his heart in praise; ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 18 May 1905

VPB BpS 1 S NEXT SUNDAY'S BALL GAME. H. HORNER. I C E> 7 FOR CHICKEN AND HOQ FEED la sax of about 180 lbs 1 cent per lb / Cheapest and the best feed to be had RED RAVEN FLOUR HORNER'S JMBSKf MJBJPOJBT. The following is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner ."fed changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY 56 60-65 7-8 7—12 7 17 1-2-20 , 15 7777777 7c 8c lb 1c ...60 90-1.05 - sj," SSf* Cotton new per Ibqnlet Cotton Seed per 100 lbs .. - Corn new — in* Butter (cooking; — Sutter fUbl#)... Chickens (as to slie) spring Roosters Turkeys per lb Not wanted Bacon .. Lard. Cabbage Potatoes i Onionrper 100 lbs..... Butter Market:—Dead. Chix Firm. ESggs: Declining. Tarkors Not wanted at any price, Cotton: Steady. Fancy cakes at Harry Meyer's. Mrs. L. Benthal is visiting rela- tives in Oakland tbis week. New line of shirts at R. A. Wol- tersj Pop corn with fans, all for 5c, at Harry Meyer's. Mrs. Aug. Kifihter left Wednes- day for LaGrange to a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 18 May 1905

CaS-iajgigfet; ygfaal H -r?; YOU BUY FROM S . T. SCHAEFER Wi!l Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's HARDWARE. THE SCALPER EVIL. HEARSE iN CONNECTION. KINQ COTTON. Dixie Pale and Budwelser Bottle Beer, Standard Keg Beer and^ * ARTESIAN ICE. * EBELING & SON, Agents, Scfefllenbro?, ipy- llteK m R: H!*:- :->• ■ (J I The Windmill that runs when all others stand still. GET THE CATALOG "S." Alamo Iron Works, SAN ANTONIO TEXAS. iotvn up ted mode ROUTE Southern Pacific "iNew York-New Orleans Steamship Line" | Between NEW ORLEANS and NEW YORK. g Steamsr sails from New Orleans every Wednesday at 12:00 noon. ~ " " " New York every Wednesday at 12:00 noon. 'New Orleans-Havana Steamship Line" The following article appears in the May issue of the Southern Ag- riculturist, published at New Or- leaus, La.: Marcus K. Bitterman, a railroad ticket scalper of New Orleans, about six weeks ago was sent to jail...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 May 1905

-:ir. ^SSS8 gSr- fSW - >rWt.-A T«T« Unlrwilif AUSTIF lH ■ " r mi THE v.: JOS pmnrinq Sfaymonet Winfree, {Publisher, {Plain Woj'ds jfre £ver the S3esi. One ^Dollar a 2/ear. VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1905, NO. 42 REPORT OF SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON FEEDING COTTON SEED MEAL SAFELY TO HOGS. P| To the Hon. Tola Frazier, presi dent Texas 3wine Breeders' Asso- ciation, Morgan, Texas. Your committee appointed at the recent annual meeting of the Texas Swine Breeders' Association, held at Waxahachie, and instruct- ed to investigate the best methods of feeding cotton seed meal to bogs of ail ages, beg leave to submit the following repert of our investiga- tions and findings.] The committee had received a number of statements concerning the Allison method of feeding cot- ton seed meal with safely to hogs, and decided to investigate by visit- ing Ennis, Texas, and inspecting the hogs of that neighborhood that had been feed upon soured cotton seed meal. Messrs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 May 1905

transSSKS3& A.v-h * V&S&W ^ -,- *;■£"' %S§j $P*&' " ' tfl*' "--/ ^ 'v- r5" ' ~^t- $■■'"■ V'-., T-> be Sticker. Sh:H MONO W1NFREE, Editor and Publisher. r&K-- 'jUBSCRIPTION, $i.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce ecoad-class matter. ' — The Sticker Invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings oi the town. If you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a line that we may make note of It. But be sure • to sign your name to It as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY, MAY S5, 1905. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. The farmers in Fayette are far in advance of any in the state with tbeir crops. Old Grayson county is "dry" in one way antTwet in another. During the late rains m that sec- tion 20,000 acres of land have been overflowed. You have heard of cases where "Silence is golden," thereforo we keep very silent in regard to the moving picture show here Monday evening last. A BUREAU OF PUBL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 May 1905

pip SPiSilsS! rmir&£mw H. HORNER. R I C R FOR HICKEN AND HOG FEEDS In sax of about 180 lbs 1 cent per lb i Ch.ea.pest and the best feed to be had RED RAVEN FLOUR HORNER'S FATS AND LEANS. 4MHUT JKJBJPOMIT. The following Is the market report as compil- ed toy H. Horner, and chanced weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY new per lb quiet.. —lbs Seed per 1001 new (oookingj /.table).. (as te size)spring 71-8 1 55 «mj3 6 1-21J 7 1-2 7-12 7 _ ...17 1-2-20 Roosters 15 Turkeys per lb Not wanted lb go per 100 lbs .......75-85 Market:—Dead. Chlx Flim. SRgs: Declining. Turkeys Not wanted at any price. Steady. Fancy ctffces at Harry Meyer's. fMr. B. F. Johnson was in Wei- mar Wednesday. _ New line of shirts at R. A. YVol- iers. Fop corn with fans, all for 5c, at Harry Meyer's. Mrs. Chris. Baumgarten, sr., was in Galveston this week. Bring your onions and potatoes to R. A. Wolters. Go to Levey for the Nabisco [ < Wafer and other Cakes. Miss Florence S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 May 1905

suss A4"* I % YOU BUY FROM S. T. SCHAEFER Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's HARDWARE, tmH| HEARSE IN CONNECTION.' Don't Anyone try to sell you a windmill' Just as good" as THE "SAMSON" There aren't any. We can prove it. Get Catalog S. Alamo Iron Works, SAN ANTONIO TEXAS. sm o © ar s o a SUNSET ROUTE Southern Pacific New York-New Orleans Steamship Line" | Between NEW ORLEANS and NEW YORK, f 5 Steamer sails from New Orleans every Wednesday at 12:00 noon, * % " " " New York every Wednesday at 12:00 noon. q .* . ^ * "New Orleans-Havana Steamship Line" j 3 Between NEW ORLEANS and HAVANA. | 5 Steamer sails from New Orleans every Saturday at 2:00 p. m. " w " 'Havana every Tuesday at 4:00 p. m. ™ % "Sunset Express,"—New Orleans and San Francisco X Loaves New Orleans daily at 11:55. Leaves Saa Francisoo daily at 5:45 p. m. 3 Carries Pullman Drawing Room 91eepers, Tourist sleepers, combination Li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 June 1905

*««• tfnirmlty AtSTllf SI. THE SI. STICKER JOS « PRINTING Raymond Winfree> iPubiisher. !Plain Words jfro Sver tho S&cst. One ^Dollar a 2/ear. VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE I, 1905, NO. 43 Women's Rights. A right to tread so softly Beside the couch cf pain; To smooth with gentle fingers The tangled locks again; To watch beside the dying In wee, small hours of night, And breathe a consecration prayer When the spirit takes its flight. A right to cheer the weary On the battle fields of life; To give the word of sympathy Amid the toil and strife; * To lift the burden gently From the sore and tired hearts, And never weary of the task Till gloomy care departs. A right to be a Woman Id truest woman's work, If life should be cuhard one, No auties ever shirk; 'A right to show to Others How strong a -woman grows, When skies are darkening and lowering Ana life bears not a rose. A right to love one truly And be loved back again; A right to share hi3 fortune...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 June 1905

*■'''?'" 'V^r: - T - j <-■<,h- ; -'v ■ '■ "«■ * / "* . - ■>. - - igSfi " ||I if i# - •; gg- '■ ? SSI S®i4S Blllf r_£ -> V-«i • $-# tEbe Sticker. 1AVM0KD WIHFREE, EM anil Puilistar. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the Sohulenburg postofflce as econd-class matter. TnB Sticker Invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings of the iovrn. It you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a Mne that we may make note of It. But be sure to sign your name to it as an evidence jot its g3tiuinenes8. Quarterly Report of the County Commis sioners' Court Upon the County Finan- ces of the Term EndingMay 10, 1905. . SOCIETIES. i ><&&&> "H THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1905. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. The Russian and Japanese ships have met. The Chicago strike is still com- ins: to an end. Slowly, but sure. When the government gets through with the Buffalo Bayou we are going to 1 ave the JNavidad channeled out ...

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