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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 May 1900

- LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF Are now in stock and daily arriving.. An invitation to inspect and if favorably impressed to purchase, is hereby respectfully extended. ^LHorner's. m RAILROAD TIME TABLE. 33 Im £ llN .;v. SUNSET ROUTE AT SCHULENBURG. EAST. Day Train 3:21 p m Night Train ..11:25 p m WEST. Day Train 1:00 p m Night Train 4:35 a m M. K. & T. AT LA GRANGE, G. H. McLure, Agent NORTH. No. 4. Passenger—Daily...— .. 12:39 p m No. 6. Flyer '' - 9:45 p m No. 74. mixed, daily (exoept Son.) 4:30 p m SOUTH. • No. 8. Passenger—Daily 5:26 p m No. 5. Flyer " 9:19 am No. "73. Mixed dally (except Sun.) ........9:00 a m citv officers. Theo. Woltera, Mayor; Henry EUers M irsha ALDERMEN. R. A. Wolters, John Oltmanna, H. Bohl- mann, F. F. Schaefer, Emil Schulz. City Council meets the first Tuesday in each month, at 4 p. m. MAMMUBT RKFOttT. The following is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chanced weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. - CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 May 1900

m W!HA% .. . . WTHINGAND SHOEINC. wBSmg § <5 *"- m^im •er of Wagons, Buggies, Carriages Implements. The Celebrated ' \ v < -r-V -T .- ■ .' John Deere Plows. Always In stock. First-Class Work Reasonable Prices wm SOLID TRAINS OP WAONER R. P. SCHUMANN, Cabinet Tlfaker and Contractor. All orders for Repair work on build- • ings, etc. promptly executed. furniture Repairing a Specialty PRICES REASONABLE. Residence in old Schulenburg House ;An Ideal Investment: , A POLICY OF INSURANCE IN The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York RICHARD A. MCCURDY, PRESIDENT. The Oldest Life Insurance Company in America. The Largest Life Insurance Company in the l^orld. The Best—Because it does the most Good. SEMI-ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE Texas Real Estate and Industrial As* sociation at San Antonio, June 27 and 28. BUFFET BLEEP ERS AND mm Free Reclining \ Chair .*. Cars TO Sf. Louis, Chicago, ?- ■- ■ j Close Connections To All Joints East, North and West. FIRST CLASS MEALS AT OUR OWN :ninff . Stati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 August 1900

-- - .... Sail W&& "3"*' - «w v- ~~ vs asSsrag s i SB? tegffi fi-.- • •. ?&&&. - -^r;.:. . * . "1 ^ • w-*s&n " J'"- TTbe Sil. TmCUnlftnJty Sticker. —: Srnst Sooth, ^Publisher. !Plain Words Jfre Goer the Siest. One dollar a Wear VOLUME VII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1900. NUMBER 3 I ■ ■ ■ —f—t— . * i i' i'V iTT * . £lg;%^s PPS BBS*- THE STORE OF LITTLE PRICES WHEREDOLLARS ;do FULL DUTY. re " ■ : r- •. ii The Largest Stock of Goods in Fayette County. The Best Goods and Lowest Prices, ;; ate guarantee to you of perfect satisfaction in all your dealings here. ||P$&§ bps ~jm?m ^Cfgsji Our large trade for the Spring and Summer Season of 1900, is in perfect keeping with our constant endeavor to make each season ihe stepping stone to greater triumphs. At no time in our history were we so well prepared to serve you to advantage as now. .. , . : * • ' \ ' • Late * Baste! M • a Discounting all other prices with many odds in our favor. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 August 1900

. - ' ' • :.* vl.'<*: \; :ar_ 1 -"'i mm mm J STICKER. Published every Thursday by ERNST G0ETH. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM S90S im &K m m mi v'- $M' •r- £-t ' ~ -% k . >-v m-w Ss 'Dead Thursday, Aug. 23, 1900. OFFICIAL 0R6AH OF FAYETTE COUNTY. Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as second-class matter. For President W. J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska. For Vice President Adlai E. Stevenson,' Of Illinois. * * immediately it comes in eon/act with our Sure-Death SSed Zftuy ZPbison. Uhis fluid is odorless and very easily applied\ but its strong point is that it kills every buy and yerm it touches. Xjwenty" five cents a bottle, and only at the apothecary shop of . The allied forces have reached Pekin and rescued the ministers. The boll weevil is reported as being quite numerous and doing much damage in this section of the country. : Caleb Powers was convicted and given -a life sentence for accessory in the Goebel murder case. It was a great surprise. Editor Lehmaun of the Hallets- vil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 August 1900

iSIM MM*sf86ii l^iSiggp>££ . HORNER'S your Groceries where your Money goes the farthest. o Q © 9 gjgsSfc SitpSfi'. JUST RECEIVED New Flour, Canned Goods, Jellies, Sourkrout, fresh. goods delivered in town free of charge. Horner's. [LROAD TIME TABLE. JET ROUTE AT SCHUUENBURG. d«: r Train .. t Train Train it Train... EAST. WEST. 3:21 p m 11:50p m 1:00p m 4:35 a m M. K. & T. AT LA GRANGE, G. H. McLnre, Agent NORTH. No. 4. Passenger—Dally 12:39 p m No. 6. Flyer " ?:«P n No. 74 mixed, daily (except Sun.) 4:30 p m SOUTH. No. 3. Passenger—Daily 5:26 p m No. 5. Flyer " 9:19 a m No. 73. Mixed daily (except Sun.) ........9:00 a m Cane Belt R'y. Company. Effective August 15-, the time of Cane Belt trains will be as follows: titm V ' * , ' ■ \t Sealy— No. 1 mail and express leaves 3:25 p m. " 3 mixed leaves 8:46 a In. " 2 mail and express arrives 10:13 p m. " 4 mixed arrives 6;40 p m. s 5 p m. 12:00 noon. 10:40 a m. 5:01 p m. _ arrives 4:33 p m; leaves 5 "2 " 9:53 a pi; " *" " 3 " 10:85 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 August 1900

SPfll - * j "<^8^ '--'rT. ■ ■* •■~'j4* t0r\^Zz:■' '"""-." ■I l EMIL SCHULZ, SSlSS BLACKSMITHING AND HORSE SHOEING. Manufacturer of Y/agons, Buggies, Carriages and Farming Implements. The Celebrated John Deere Plows. Always in stock. First-Glass Work Reasonable Prices IILLfcT. SOLID TRAINS OF WAfiNFR BUFFET waunciv sleepers AND Free Reclining Katv .*. Chair Cars ' r- ife" !TO Sf. Louis, * I ' -4 ' K .' sv: M& mm r ii£'r'. ' ■- mS#" PS Wk' Kansas City. Close Connections To All Points East, North and West first class meals AT OUR OWN 'Dining t Stations fifty cents. R. P. SCHUMANN, Cabinet TTJa/cer and Contractor. All orders for Repair work on build- ings, etc. promptly executed. furniture Repairing a Specialty PRICES REASONABLE. Residence in old Schulenburg House However low the price of eggs may be, if compared with other products of the farm it will be found away ahead. CHEAPER THAN OIL Patronize the Schulenburg ElectricX ight Plant. Electric Lights In the business Rouses and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 September 1900

Wk?m :X ' > H| ® ■ -V > -V -i/Z' SSmfefe- amm L. Texti'jUniwilt? t ¥ * • :;ST^ v '£«""- "• t ^ r Mi Publisher, SP/a/n Words Jire £ver the SB est. VII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE k,h^^H..>I..I..I..I..:..:..I-I-I..I-H-:^;..I-I-;..:..Imii I-.;. :■ I-I- i; K- COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, ■% i i i i « | * 4 n 4 n SEPTEMBER 6, 1900. One dollar a 2/ear NUMBER pi FLOWERS. Brings New Goods to THE STORE OF LITTLE PRICES. WHERE DOLLARS DO FULL :>ir m And every train will continue to bring new things to our store throughout the entire saason. That's our endeavor: to con- stantly place before you the newest, the latest, and most attractive creations of foreign as well as American ingenuity, and to show them as soon as they are produced. A buyer in the leading market of the world, constantly on the alert for the latest produc- tions, gives an unusual advantage in supplying the newest to our customers. We always maintain our high standard of ^dity, and nothing goes on our counters but dependable...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 September 1900

ililp ' . •' STICKER. | fjhere are Styles and Stood Tjaste in .. .Stationery . . .. J^nd there should be. Wished every Thursday by ERNST S6ETH. SUBSCRIPTION, $r.oo PER ANNUM ■ " Thursday, Sept. 6, 1900. ORGAN OF FAYETTE COUNTY. = at the Schulfenburg postoffloe as matter. , . For President W. J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska, For Vice President Adlai E. Stevenson, Of Illinois. Xetter paper vnd Envelopes are your representatives. Vhey should look as well as you do when you make a call or pay a visit. Our hiyh yrade Stationery will remind your correspond- ents of you in your best attire. ft does not cost so much, either, Sood taste in Stationery is not expensive. Zfhere is correct taste and latest style in our line of linen papers, and they cost but little. Halletsvilie has a cigar factory. Schulenburg is still without a lawyer. needs a creamery, ice factory and a Scbulenburg water works,: HJI br Is there another town in- Texas of 1200 inhabitants without a lawyer? _ Moulton, Texas, has two banks...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 September 1900

^-"*5 :r>: '; ;-;:p-" JV" - w«5s = £83e SEl &0^sMi TO THE LADIES OF SCHULENBURG AND VICINITY: To convince you of facts we kindly ask you to call on us and examine our New Stock of Goods which arrived a short time ago. It is one of the Largest and Neatest Stocks, direct from New York, ever placed on the market in Schulenburg. "We are here to prove what we say and let you judge for yourself. The Quality and Price speak for Itself, as follows: Checked Gingham, per yard 5 C Dress Gigham, per yard 7 and 8c Calicos, g<Sod quality, per yard. -5C Calicos, best dress styles, per yard 7C outings— 5c and up Towling...: 5 to 12 |-2c Embrodery, new, Insertings, new ...... Finest Dress Braid Laces of all kinds. 4c up 4c up Ic up Scotch Plaids 12 I-2c Scotch Plaids, better goods 15c Scotch PlaidB, highest goods : 30c Cashmeres all Styles and Grades. Siks for Dresses and Trimming in the Latest Designs. Fast Black Ladies' Hose 10c up Fast Black Ladies' Hose, drop sticth(5to20c Fast Black C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 September 1900

- ■"r.-^sS SCHULZ, 1KSMITHING AND HORSE SHOEINC. * ■' ■ 1S§ .> Jig ■Hps w£m - 1 -V' • .' SSiSsarafe .'? Manufacturer of Wagons, and Farming Implements. es, Carriages elebrated m. John Deere Plows. Always in stock. First-Glass Work Reasonable Prices M.L&T. SOLID TRAINS OP WAGNER BUFFET SLEEPERS R. P. SCHUMANN. Cabinet 7/fa/cer and Contractor. All orders for Repair work on build- ings, etc. promptly executed. furniture Repairing a Specialty PRICES REASONABLE. Residence in old Scliulenburg House and Free Reclining Katy Chair .\ Cars to Sf. Louis, Chicago, Close Connc tions To All Points . . , East, North and West FIRST CHEAPER THAN OIL. Patrouize tiie Schulenburg Electric Light Plant. Electric Lights In the business houses and residences are preferable to the oil lamp for a number of reasons—are cheaper, afford a better light, are neater and more convenient and for these reasons every one should have their houses illuminated by the cheapest, neatest and best light to be had. Our...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 September 1900

9M1 *.m 5&3£jgsz$!§8z xf ggggg M M, Wteg 3 ill S"'- ' - .- ' Wzz. Jm> £:CM r~ i® - . 5* "«■:.??« ' ■ pgggs _ HB c-&> - .- •. ||!pi! ~4j£i TSBSlte *mmtm ips^p ■ HHi IfSs JjHEag&g|. -;' ' Sff iir | gp§ tlbe Scbulenbucg - •l> Smst Soeth> Publisher* IPlain Words *?fre Gver the Siest, One ^Dollar a 2/ear volume vii. schulenburg, fayette county, texas, thursday, september 20, 1900. number 7 -M-H III1! .i-l-hH-H-l-'M'-I-MM-H-I- *|-l-l-H,'M-I"I"t"M' Mil I I II I H'H'* ■S-S"!--!-!"!-:-!-.!-!-;-!-!-!-!-!-!-I-I-l-1-I-I-S-:-:-!-!":-!-1 I !■ M-I-I-W • •' Brings New Goods to ll % Hf plPllI "Iff. THESTSffL0EFPBieES. where dollars do full doty TO THE PUBLIC! And every train will continue to bring new things to our store throughout the entire season. That's our endeavor: to con- stantly place before you the newest, the latest, and most attractive creations of foreign as wett as American ingenuity, fjnd to show them as soon as they are produced. A buyer in the leading market o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 September 1900

v • ■ -< * ; *' .. ■ BP - «- w$mm - SSiiP 3SIb1§SHP®3§SS -c. rKv^CS ■mmm^ "'" IP^-cu— H "~" ' -' * M • * I:„ ~"t SlllllPlii. ,- ; • ■RK. '-1H iiiiiip <-*%;•- - p.' Published every Thursday by ERNST S0ETH. — — SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM —— : Thubsday, Sept. 20, 1900. OFFICIAL OBBftH OF FAYETTE COUNTY. Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as Becond-class matter. - Tor President W. J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska. Pot Vice President Adlai E. Stevenson, Of Illinois. Mariner anted.—!%r busi- ness having increased to such an extent that it is too much for one man to look after properly, & have decided to sell half int- erest in the Sticker and Oil 71?ill Sazetteer. Tjhe business is now on a solid footing and one of the best country shops in the state. Tfone but a sober, newspaper man and all-round printer need apply. £ <?. Soeth, fSd. <f (Pro. ere are Styles and Sood Zraste ... Stationery .... Jtnd there should be. jCetter paper vnd Envelopes are your representatives. Z>hey s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 September 1900

r;:'. Sgig w^m£m Lard. Potatoes. New Sourkraut. a Complete line of other Produce. Prices for Cottonseed, Chickens, Eggs, Beeswax, Etc. Produce just now in strong demand at Good Prices. • '>r I Horner's. mm IJE 12ITT12E STICKERS. Are you going to Ellinrger? Canned Peaches (fresh pack) at *n. Wolters celebrated his y last Saturday. Mrs. V. H. Boettcher is visiting home folk at Weimar this week. . Try Chocalat Soda at Vedder's. Adolf Anders, after visit- ives here for several weeks to her home in Houston ; Friday. id Onions at Vedder's. 9. Fox Henderson and F. 3 have gone to Kingsbury i they will build a house for t. S. Tanner. Grapes, Pears and Vedder's. and Mrs. Ed. Smith of the ivia neighborhood are the 1 parents of a bran new boy born last week. ry the celebrated Miinchener Antonio keg beer at A. Schu- '8. -- if- . - - Cotton receipts up to Tuesday " ~ t were: 2452 square bales and Dund bales. jence for sale:—House, two lots and well, cheap. Apply at this office. The Sticker wan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 September 1900

•« >■?%.' ' \722fe ■ -x'-ft:- « mm&L -L- 1 " jrffjgjag EMIL SCHULZ, BLACKSMITHING AND HORSE SHOEING. Manufacturer of Wagons, Bug and Farming Implements. The lies, Carriages Celebrated KfeiSr John Deere Plows. Always in stock. First-Class Work Reasonable Prices mm 'j ?A|>r *1 * SNOW BANKS HOBNOB WITH SUMMER FLOWERS And the days are always cool in Colo- rado. No such combination of re- storative resorts can possibly be found as in cool and comfortable Colorado. nANifou, COLORADO SPRINGS. BUFFALO PARK, KIOWA LODGE. ROflANTIC PLATTE CANON, SHAWNEE LODGE, SOUTH PARK. Observation Sleeper San Antonio to Colorado Springs, Pullman Palace Sleeper Galveston to Denver. YOU DON'T HAVE TO APOLOGIZE FOR RIDINGON "THE DENVER." A. A. GLISSON, G. A. P. E. Charles L. HULL, T. P. A. W. P. STERLEY, A. G. P. A. FORT WORTH, ::TEXAS. P. S.—Hav Fever can not thrive in the increased deep and pure breath- ing of the uncoutaminated air from snow-capped mountain peaks in Colorado. G.M. Johnson m ■ mm*...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 September 1900

■ - '"W:\ pSg^giK . H .. f ~- — A Srnst Soeth, {Publisher. {Plain Words Jij-e Suer the 32est. One dollar a 2/ear :'" L volume vii. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2 7, 1900. NUMBER 8 n i:; i :ii n r i n i • i n T-T-T-T-T-T-T- •I-H-K-H-I-H- I-I-H' M V-M. <- : ' t m 'FT Brings New Goods to little prices. WHERE DOLLARS DO FULL DUTY mmt - • - And every trail will continue to bring hew things to our store throughout the entire saason. That's our endeavor: to con- stantly place before you the newest, the latest, and most attractive creations of foreign as well as American ingenuity, and to show them as soon as they are produced. A buyer in the leading market of the world, constantly on the alert for the latest produc- tions, gives an unusual advantage in supplying the newest to our customers. We always maintain our high standard of quality, and nothing goes on our counters but dependable goods. , \ TO TELL YOU ABOUT THE | W I ¥ | ^ F) B ^ — T Every department in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 September 1900

WMm WMm imm-sr THE STICKER. 1 Published every Thursday by ERNST G0ETH. SUBSCRIPTION,$i.oo PER ANNUM Thursday, Sept. 27, 1900. OFFICIAL 0B6M Of FAYETTE CCrttNTY. Entered at tke Schulenburg postofflce as second-class matter. For President W. J. BRYAN, Of Nebraska, For Vice President Adlai E. Stevenson, Of Illinois. Partner Wanted.—% bust- ness having increased to sueh an extent that it is toe much for one man to look after properly., S have decided to sell half int~ erest in the Sticker and Oil 77?ill Sazetteer. TJhe business is now on a do I id footing and one of the best country shops in the state. 'Tfone but a sober, newspaper man and all-round printer need apply. <?• Soethj Cd. <f Pro. ffaphtaline flakes wimatanimm a 'Disinfectant Powder &or Vaults, Cellars> Cesspools> ^Drains, €tc. Put in Corn it will positively keep out insects and Corn ll/eevels, and aaajjifs Tfot !Po isonous. J'or Sale by- © ZPaul Si * rej/mann, fDriiffyist. J. S. Wheeles and family who were re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 September 1900

NSS5I _ 1 11 . _ Country Lard. Potatoes. New Sourkraut. And a Complete line of other Produce. ■ Pays Highest Prices for Cottonseed, Chickens, Eggs, Beeswax, Etc. ' £. - IH AH Country Produce just now in strong demand at Good Prices. Horner's. 12ITT12E STICKERS. Chas. Skarke returned to Gal- yeston Monday to see what can be done, • - Concert for benefit of public schooLfund at Turner hall tonight Miss Mary Walker left Monday for Ballinger, Tex. on a; visit to her grandma, Mrs. Kouth. A beautiful march entitled "Dawn of the century" was sent us by the £. T. Paul Music Co., New York. Try the celebrated Miinchener San Antonio keg beer at A. Schu- mann's. up to Tuesday square bales and round ba^es. The best advertized, the most patronised, the least criticized, the most eulogized is I. Ditch. Residence for sale:—House, two lots and well, cheap. Apply at this office, Mrs. C. L. Neuhaus of Hackber- ry, took the train here Monday, accompanied by here daughter, M^Nslise, for San Ahtonio. whe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 September 1900

§111 EP^; !§& pS|;,' m M u ■ * ip# '-■■ Tr v-'$?ii-,Z - i Wm 5 -" -. • gg ;■;-: fi * II :>~ gSg^ 81*5 EMIL SCHULZ, BLACKSMITHING AND HORSE SHOEING. Manufacturer of Wagons, Buggies, Carriages and Farming Implements. The Celebrated John Deere Plows. Always in stock. First-Cliss Work Reasonable Prices SNOW BANKS HOBNOB with SUMMER FLOWERS And the days are always cool in Colo- rado. No each combination, of re- storative resorts can possibly be found as in cool and comfortable Colorado. HANITOU, COLORADO SPRINGS. BUFFALO PARK, KIOWA LODGE, ROI1ANTIC PLATTE CANON, SHAWNEE LODGE, SOUTH PARK. Observation Sleeper San Antonio to Colorado Springs, Pullman Palace Sleeper Galveston to Denver. YOU DON'T HAVE TO APOLOGIZE. FOR RTDINGON "THE DENVER." A. A. Glisson, G. A. P. E. Charles L. Hull, T. P. A. W. F. Stebley, A. G. P. A. FORT WORTH,: :TEXAS. P. S.—Hav Fever can not thrive in the increased deep and pure breath- ing of the uncontaminated air from snow-capped mountain peaks in Colorado....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 October 1900

^ , , ™_.; " -, • -.-vrir >' *3$ -: "S«§ §& - >-- ? jPrSnli IT T^ "^ '^ - ;'v — --'* - ' ?."; I & y Jip£& - Af §?$:1 S®^5rV'S.-"'^'-V • C&'M ''j -1''* ■ ■ ■ ■ vVSg--*^' ^^■;"-'*-' "j£j "jSa- | ja f TexA9.',Univer lty iM^ ' "*< "**;>-'-• ?*? Wf-yrr __ ggfepp .'irr. , {Publisher. 5*lain Words jtfre Sver the S3 est. One dollar a — VII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1900. NUMBER 12 r .. I m ■ - have just received stock of Men's ys' Suits and Over- direct from the larg- clothing manufacturers to be very low prices. Men's suits from $2.50 $17.50. Boys' suits. $2 to $10. Knee suits, 75c to $4. OVERCOATS J Men's overcoats, $2 to $18 for the very finest Mel- ton, lined all through with pure satin, worth $25. $1.95 for a Boy's over- with cape, worth $3. Mackintoches. $1.45 for a boy's mack- intosh with cape, worth $8.50. $1.75 for a man's mack- intosh worth $3.50. 1 SagHp si f, - ■3BI ill? •* 3* This department is as well equipped and up...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 October 1900

\ ":v^- "• - re -•• -*.-•* t " - v -; v- *K - &$! 1 " = — \sZ\ S. MOORE, Editor. ■ . , $1.00 PER ANNUM Thursday, Oct. 25, 1900. OFFICIAL 0R6AN OF FAYETTE COUNTY. |yg|j|j| .... Entered at the Sctalenburg postofflce as second-class matter. For President William McKinley For Vice President Theodore Roosevelt For Congress, Tenth District Walter C. Jones. gap#; S3§pP% Wg-S^iF. la@H : ■ • IBHSiks5^?.- M. T. EVERTON, DENTIST. Cane Belt R'y- Company. Effective August 15, the time of Cane Belt trains will be as follows: At Softly— " 9 mixed leaves 8:40 a m. *' 4 mixed arrives 6:40 p. m. At Eagle Lake-. 10:35 a m; 4:37 p m; 10:40 a m. 5:01pm. arrives 1:20 p m. " 4 leaves 2:20 pm. Close connection at Sealy with north and "I trains of the Santa Fe and Katy A Eagle Lake with east and west i of the P. P. and Aransas Pass. I. & C. N. R. R. EXCURSIONS. *wBm PALESTINE, TEX. October 16-19, Palestine Pair. CHICAGO, ILL. Sept 30-Oct 2, Special round trip rates. NEW BRAUNPELS. May to September—S...

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