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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 January 1906

IIP still! Texan Uniy*r«ity AUSTIN i I Qua Russek IN ANCB Representing the leading ^Companies of the World. THE ONLY ONE DOLLAR ^ CA A year and you j v receive it fifty-two ' ' times each year. Send in your dol- lar today. % iffiaymomd Win free, Gdi'tor, SP/a/n Words are Goer the SB est. One ^Dollar jrf 2/ear. VOL XII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, JANUARY 25, 1906. NO. 24 ? v. Buy Your Maine Seed Potatoes ^ MFRF We sell them for less WAR BRAND WOfS ARE BETTER M. Born & Co's and Lamm & Cofs Spring & Summer Clothing Samples on ^DISPLAY ^ 7THIS Sale was especially gotten up to make room for our NEW GOODS arriving daily and will last ONE- WEEK (is ONLY begining THURSDAY, JANUARY, 25, 1906. You will miss IT if you miss IT. Ladies9 Slippers. 5o pair formerly sold for 3 Kit $1.60 now - UUll 25 pair formerly sold for 7Ha $2.00 now I DC Blankets, Comforts, Facinators, Shawls, Hoods, Wool Sweators, Outing Skirts at cost for one week only. Ladies' Button Sboes. 25 pair Vjci ...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 January 1906

BPS s;;;5?i v - /. - The Schulenburg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor. SCHULENBURG, : : TEXAS. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. Chicago is in the midst of a woman'® suffrage campaign. General Frederick Funston is soon to be relieved from the command of the department of California and or- dered to the Philippines, with a view to possible utilization in connection with any move which may be made against China. Henry A. Smith, a'government agent Is In Dallas for the purpose of engag- ing workmen for the Panama Canal work. The engagement is for 30 days or longer, wages 50 cents an hour and board and lodging $27 per month. Marie Brady threw carbolic acid into ihe faces of Irma Burger and Lula White, the latter a negress, from which they were both badly burned. All were of Dallas. The Twenty-fourth Infantry, now at San Francisco, waiting to take ship for Manila, Jan. 25, is the first negro regiment that has been ordered on foreign service for nearly five years. One person was killed and a dozen Inju...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 January 1906

j I'. m V • Conducted bq M *-J-WM«G (Mr. Wragg invites contributions of any tiew ideas that readers of this depart- ment may wish to present, and would be pleased to answer correspondents desir- ing information on subjects discussed. Address M. J. Wiagg. Waukee or Des Moines. Iowa.] TREATING OATS FOR SMUT. The experiment stations have dem- onstrated that smut is produced by .spores that are taken to the field with the grain when the crops are sown. These institutions have also demon- strated that these spores may be des- troyed, and the method is compara- tively simple and may be carried out Jjy anyone. Of the various methods •employed for destroying smut spores there is none more effective than the •one employing the use of formalde- nyde. To treat oats for smut it Is neces- sary to mix together formaldehyde and water in the proportion of one pound of the former to forty or fifty gallons of the water. As the formal- dehyde often comes in four-ounce bot- tles, it is very convenient ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 January 1906

: ■i':; i ;*;'r' ■-, Zhc Sticker. RAYMOND WINFAEE, Editor and Publisher iiUBSCRIPTION,f.l.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg poatofflce as econd-olasa matter. The Sticker Invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings of tbe town. It you are leaving town or have friends visiting you «r departing, drop us a line that we may make note cf it. But be sure to sign your name to it as an evldenoe of its genuineness. > - THURSDAY, JAN. 25t 1906. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. Ouiy seveo more days to pay that poll tax. Young men, if you will be 21 years of age by November 6, 1906, aD<] desire to cast your first yote this year > ou may have that priv- iliacre by apply*iug tit the Tax Col- lector's office for an exemption certificate between now and the 1st of February. Don't wait_unt.il too late, but do it today. It" will not cost you a cent. he claims. Some say he just claims it to £et out of jury seryice, Mrs. V. C. Lunn is visiting friends and r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 January 1906

. " Wm NOTICE' m H. HORNER. Just received carload of Genuine flaine Seed Po= ^ tatoes consisting of Bliss ^ r Triumph, Early Rose,^ Green Mountain, Early Ohios. Full weight sacks ii peck. HORNER'S In the future I will strictly en- force the stock law and ail stock must be kept off the streets or they will he placed in the pound. Please take notice. Henry Eilebs. City Marshall. .TfrlKKAT HHP OUT. ' The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid, CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb quiet Nominal. Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 55 Corn - 50—60 Eggs •. 18 Bntter (cooking) v—12 Butter (table) 15 Chickens (as to size) spring 7c lb Roosters - 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb 8-8 1-2 Bacon Lard 8 lb Cabbage Potatoes. perlOOlbs Onions per 100 lbs good Butter Market :--Quiet. Chix Nominal. Eggs: Firm. Cotton: Firm. Govnerment report crop 9,998,311 caused l-2c Decline No prices attainable demand none. Nice candy at Harry Meye...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 January 1906

vrl ALL SICK WOMEN BOliLD READ MRS. FOX'S LETTER h. Ail Parts of the United States Lydia E. Pinkitam'3 Vegetable Compound Haa Effected Similar Cures. Many wonderful cures of female ilia are continually coming1 to light which have been brought about by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and m .hrough the advice of Mrs. Pinkham, f Lynn, Mass., which is given to sick romen absolutely free of charge. - The present Mrs. Pinkham has for twenty-five years made a study of the tlla of her sex ; she has consulted with And advised thousands of suffering women, who to-day owe not only their health but even life to her helpful advice. Mrs. Fannie D. Fox, of 7 Chestnut Street, Bradford, Pa., writes: Dear Mrs. Pinkham lI suffered for a long time with female W f( KINGS OF GRANDMOTHER. Grandmother liked her finger rings $o look neat and very refined. That Rs why the extraordinary showy ones jbf yesterday, with their huge stones land gorgeous settings, are declining fin favor, and simple hoops an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 January 1906

fSB' ^ f iL'riTiiiMiii' Bnm4«i>mwmiminu )it.itmiui.ntu.iu><u,u>HUH nniinmii A\fegetable Preparationfor As- similating die Food andRegula- ting the Stomachs and Bowels of For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought 1NF \N I S/f HILDKKN Promotes DigesHon.Cheerful- ness andRest.Con tains neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. Not Kaeic otic • j Jfepv of Obi £r SAMUEL PITCHES Seed" Mx-Smnm. * BaAMUSJtt— r«W * Aperfecl Remedy forCoitslipa- Hon, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions ,Feverish- ness and Loss of Sleep. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. -Vt b i >« itHI-. •% ol tl J|l)< sis ~ ^ C i in r s For EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. In Use |HHp)ver Thirty Years CASTONA TM MHTMM •OMMNY. RHTOU OiTT. Cat Had the Toothache. N. C. Yost, cashier of the Markle Bank, Hazleton, is the owner of a fcandsome pet cat, which in the past tew days gave indications of suffering Intense pain. There are four brothers under one hat. Legs of table. It is lucky that sometimes we do n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 January 1906

m LYONS MONUMENT CONTRIBUTIONS YOU BUY FROM 5. 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.' look down upon a perfectedmode ?f ROUTE This Winter Many will go to California, Oregon And Intermediate Points. Why not you? Let us tell yoir about it. The Southern Pacific I Is the only Line with its own rails from New Orleans to San Francisco. | The Acme of Comfort at Lowest Figures Oil Burning Locomotives, Finest Equipment ; "open Window Route," No Smoke no Cinders ♦ ■ Also Fine and Fist Passenger Steamers between New Orleans and New York and New Orleans and Havana-Sailing Weekly. Inquire of any Southern Pacific agent for all information. T. i. ANDERSON, J. HELLEN. a. p. & t. a. a a. p. & t. a houston. texas. v SEED POTATOES. A Carload will arrive in a few days. Tennesee Triumph, Green Mountain, Early Ohios and Early Rose. For Sale By R.. A. WOLTERS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 February 1906

IP . •< QusRussek, ■ Representing the leading ^Companies Tltii UnttWliVjr AUSTt* n ONLY ONE DOLLAR A year and you jv receive it fifty-two times each year. Send in your dol- lar today. - ffiaymomd Win free, €ditor. !Plain Words pre €uer the Siost. One ^Dollar 2/ear. VOL. XII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUN+Y, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 1, 1906. NO. 25 Buy Your Maine Seed Potatoes /a.^HERE~--B57 We sell them for less tMKMM BETTER" M. Born & Go's and Lamm & Go's Spring& Summer Clothing Samples on V_.DISPi.AY--*> Seven More Days to Get Goods at and below Cost. Ladies' Slippers. 5o pair for merly sold for 5Rft $1 5D now — .... tfVU 25 pair for merly sold for Till1 $2 00 now*,. I VU Blankets, Comferta, Facinators, Sbawis, Hoods. Wool Sweators, Outing Skirts at cost lor one week only. Ladies' Button Shoes. 25 pair Vici Kid, *2.50 Qgp now Men's Shoes. 12 pair $2 00 Men's" Shoes ^ | size JO aud 11 at 01 Children's Dresses. 10 Fancy outicg dresses, 75c. now wwll 1<> Fancy Worsted dres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 February 1906

The Schulenburg Sticker RAYMOND WINtffcEE, Editor. 8CHULENBURG, : : TEXAS. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. Controller J. W. Stephens has made formal announcement tor renomina- tion and re-election for controller. TheA Bank of San Luis Obispo, the oldest institution of the kind in that city, has closed its doors by order of the bank commissioner. According to advices a mutiny has again broken out at Vladivostok. No details are available, the censorship being operative over press and private telegrams. Three hundred and eighty-two pat- ents were issued 'to Texans :during the year. Ninety-seven were obtained by residents of Oklahoma and thirty-six by those of Indian Territory. It seems that the rumor that France had sent warships to Venezuela was premature, inasmuch as the cruisers alleged to have gone to Venezuela wa- ters really went to Martinique. Nathan Wesley Hale, a republican congressman from Tennessee, can claim descendance from Oliver Crom- well, and one of his ancestors; General Nathan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 February 1906

i ^ v Kif<* mm ■ ' ®. mm ■ *■* jm ^ Ua Mi Q Iffc" ' TO CLEAN CHAMOIS GLOVES. Make a strong suds with white cas- tile soap or any other kind of good 'white soap, and to two quarts of suds add one teaspoonful of boras dissolved In half a pint of hot water. When the suds are.cold put the gloves on the hands and wash them slowly and gently, as if washing the hands, says ^ Home Chat. Rinse in the same man- ner in clear water. Then draw off gently and hang in a shady place to dry. drawing them into shape when they are almost dry. When perfectly dry, rub between the hands to soften them- DONE IN BROWN. Very effective is a brown broadcloth redingote suit, the coat of which reaches to within l'our inches of the edge of the walking skirt. The coat is lined throughout with white taffeta, and it buttons up (single breasted) with a dozen velvet buttons trimmed with silver, in the dark an- tique effect. It is open up thq back of the skirt nearly to the waist line, and is fitted with three tabs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 February 1906

* ; ■ £be Stickcr. RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor and Pnblisher SUBSCRIPTION, $!.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as eoond-olass natter. Tot 8tic*ei* Invites the pabllo to keep it j, j r g,, UiUtF line that we may make note ot it. But be sure to sign your name to it as an evidence ot its genuineness. LAGRANGE HEWS- THURSDAY, 'FEB. 1, 1906. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. Are yon a citizen or are yon in the class with idiots and the like? Yesterday was tho last day that you could pay your poll tax and the tax collectors were kept pretty busy we presume. If you did not pay your poll tax do not kick because the elections do not go to suit you. You have- n't any say coming at all. The Sehulenburar Sticker mourns because the Bee, a paper edited by a southerer, poked fun at a Texas congressman for having introduced a resolution to investigate the White House, from president to lackey, because an irrational wo- man, who called to see the executive about her husband being f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 February 1906

&>;>W BBBB3 H. HORNER. ■■ H I Just received carload of Genuine flaine Seed Po= m tatoes consisting of Bliss A ^Triumph, Early Rose, J Green Mountain, Early g Ohios. Full weight sacks ii peck. HORNER'S JUAMttUBT REPORT. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and ohanrod weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prioes paid. CHANGED EVERY W SDN BCD AY Cotton new per lb quiet Nominal. Cotton Seed per 100 lbs — 56 Corn... - 50—60 Eggs - '0 Butter (cooking) - 7—12 Butter ftable).. 15 Chickens (as to size) spring 7c lb Roosters - 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb — ... 8-8 1-2 Bacon 7c Lard 8 lb Cabbage _ Potatoes, per 100 lbs Dnions per 100 lbs good « Batter Market :*-Qaiet. Chix Nominal. Eggs: Easy. Cotton? No Demand Cotton brok* below llo in New Orleans. Nice candy at Harry Meyer's Mr. Howard Campbell of La- Grange was in the city last week. Bar glass, all kinds, at. H. P. ScHAEFKR. Mr Henry Mosik of Weimar was in the city Monday last. Get yonr Masks at Henry Mey-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 February 1906

CERTIFICATE OF PURITY ?3 t* Bill This is to Certify that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and "bladder remedy, is purely vegetable and does not contain any calomel, mercury, creosote, mor- phine, opium, strychnine, cocaine, nitrate potash (salt-petre), bromide potassium, narcotic alkaloid, whiskey, wine or any harmful or habit producing drugs. Swamp-Root was discovered through scientific research and study by Dr. Kilmer, who grad- uated with honors and is now actively engaged in the practice of his profession, which calling he has successfully followed many years. \State of New York, County of Broome, ) q q City of Binghamton, f Jonas M. Kilmer, senior member of the firm Of Dr. Kilmer & Co., of the City of Binghamton, County of Broome, State of New York, being duly sworn, deposes and says that the guarantee of purity of Swamp-Root, as described in the foregoing certificate, is in all respects true. Subscribed and sworn to before me ADril 26. 1898 r} Dr. Kilmer's ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 February 1906

. FACIAL PARALYSIS Nervous Distortion of Fape Cured by Or. Williams' Pink Pills. What appears to be a slight nervous attack may be the forerunner o£a severe disorder. No nervous sufferer should neglect the warning symptoms, but should see that the starved nerves are nourished before the injury to the deli- cate organism has gone to an extent that renders a cure a difficult matter. The nerves receive their nourishment through the blood, the same as every other part of the body, and the best nerve tonic and food is Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. The experience of Mr. Harry Bemis, of Truthville, Washington county, N. Y., substantiates this. " I bad been feeling badly for a lone time," said Mr. Bemis, "and in th« early part of September, 1902,1 was com- pelled to quit work on account of my ill health. My trouble was at first ex- treine nervousness, then my sight be- came affected and I consulted au oculist who said I was suffering from paralysis. He treated me for some time, but I got no ben...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 February 1906

KI YOU BUY FROM 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. For the Rhymer's Sake. ■ (Being a, mor$J lesson on the advan- tage of having a big capacity for Crater.) Once, a kind old dromedary < Lived in eastern lands, Where he made hebdomedary Trips across the sands. Carrying reticulated Silks and garment? rich* Spices and orbiculated Jewelry and sich. He would drink, on Monday morning, Quito enough to last rill the following Saturday, scorning Water, till 'twas passed. But when he alleviated Then his thirst, he'd take | No small sips abbreviated- He would drink a lake! Well, he had no opposition. Till a Yankee brain Once evolved a proposition For a railroad train; And this modern evolution, When perfected, made On the whole a revolution In the desert trade. ! ROUTE This Winter Many will go to California, Oregon And Intermediate Points. Why not you? Let us t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 February 1906

m m ■ Qus Russek, Representing the leading a Companies of the World, g v Jl T«*« Untr.rlHy AUSTI* : n. only one dollar '/(( A year and you J V receive it fifty-two times each year. Send in your dol- lar today. SPaymomd lit in free, Sditor !Plain Words are <5W r the S3 est One ^Dollar j{ 2/ea? ' VOL. XII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 8, 1906. NO. 26 M. Born & Go's and Lamm & Co's Buy Your Maine Seed Potatoes HERE We sell them for less Clothing Samples on A. DISPLAYS Seven More Days to Get Good Goods at and below Cost. Ladies' Slippers. 5o pair formerly sold for $1 50 now 26 pair formerly sold for $2 00 n« w - BiaikMs Ctmhrts. Ft envois, Shawls, H Of do. W Oiit'nv.' Skirts at cost for on** wi *k only 35c 111 Ladies' Button Shoes. 25 par Vici Kid,$2.50 l|( ' W ••«•••••• 95c Men's Shoes. 12 pair $2 (K) Men's Shoes Q | size 10 and 11 at .. 0! Children's Dresses. 35c 10 Fancy outing dresses, 76c. now. 10 Fancy Worsted dresses 01 $1 .75 now 40 Remnants of percale...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 February 1906

m The Schulenburg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor. 6CHULENBUEG, : : TEXAS. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. TOBACCO PROFIT. TEXAS FARMERS DON'T TAKE HOLD AS THEY SHOULD. A pawnshop in Sixth Avenue is showing a long chain of near-coral beads, with almost-gold links set in at intervals of sixes. $0.30. At Rock Springs, John Simpson, 18 years of age, was run over by a heavy freight wagon he was driving, and was instantly killed. August Sweet, a Bohemian, 33 years of age, was feund dead in Her bed in Fort Worth. The justice of the peace decided that death was due to con- sumption. The Chinese divide the day into twelve parts of two hours each. The Italians go right round the twenty-four hours, instead of having two divisions of twelve hours each as we do. The harvest mouse is generally thought to be the smallest of British quadrupeds. It is so diminutive that two of them put into a scale will just weigh down one copper half-penny. The London Daily News, noting that Harmsworth, the newspaper pro- p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 February 1906

. mmm ■ ■ • EVBflOiCMHK 0AMEN m k mm . Conducted bq FI *aJ Contributions of new ideas that readers nf this department may wish to present, - «re invited. Correspondents desiring in- formation on the subjects discussed should address "Farm. Orchard and Gar- den Department," Western Newspaper Union, 65 Plymouth Court, Chicago. ME AND BETCY. Last spring me and Betcy went up to Bass wood—that's our county seat— to hear Professor Cowslop lecter onto daryln'. You see, he is one of these here hifernutin' felers what knoWS ovrything wuth nowin onto daryin and all sich, and Betcy thort as how she mout larn suthin new into her chosen perfeshun. And I reckon we •did, for that there man had the fulest lot of trumpery you ever seen. He had a churn made out of a barrel, and a nuther made out of a box, and both of um had grin-stun cranks onto um, and the hull consarn whoped rite over together. Then he had a sort of a 3-cornered sink like, with a rolin- pin hitched into the yon corner, and then he ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 February 1906

% if Ebe Sticker. MCMOHD WINFREE, Editor nX Publisher subscription, $ i.oo per annum Entered at the Schulenburg postoffloe as econd-claae matter. Ths Sticker invites the publlo to keep It posted conoerning the goings and oomings of the town. If you are leaving town or nave friends visiting you or departing, drop us a line that we may make note of it. But be sure to sign your name to iC as an erldenoe ot its genuineness. thursday, feb. 8, 1906. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. On account of the "grip" over taking us the first of the week the Sucker is some what late, Still our political pot has not begun simmering. Perhaps the candidates are "saying nothing but sav?ing wood." Texas weather is like the cotton market. Up and down. Forabont two weeks we enjoyed the prettiest kind of Summer weather and Sun- day last was an ideal day, but ere old sol went to rest it was "leeting and raining. The Sticker congratulates Mr. 6. W.Hoeffert anent bts appeintment of postmasterBhip at this p...

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