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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 February 1906

H. HORNER. Just received carload of Genuine flaine Seed Po- tatoes consisting of Bliss A r T riumph, Early Rose, 2 Green Mountain, Early Ohios. Full weight sacks ii peck. HORNER'S MARKET REPORT. th« following la the market report aa compil- ed by H. Horner, and chant?ed weekly, accord- ing to the Highest market prloee paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb quiet Nominal. Cotton Seed per 100 lbs « Corn 60—60 Egg* — 11 Batter (cooking) — *-13 Batter (table) —— 16 Chlokesa (aa to else) spring .... 7e lb Rooatera _ - If 1*8 Turkeya per lb — -8-8 1-J Bacon — 7c Lard 8 lb Cabbage ... Potatoes, per 100 lbs — Onions per 100 lbs good Batter Market:—Quiet. Chix Nominal. Eggs: Easy. " Cotton: No Demand Cotton broke below 101-2c in New Orleans. Nice candy at Harry Meyer's Mr. Mony Koehler visited the Bluff Sunday last. Get your Masks at Henry Mey- er'a. Mr. Leo Bauh left for Columbus last week. Buggy tops and storm aprons, H. P. SCHAEFEB. I Mr. L. F. Harrell left last week for wealder. ...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 February 1906

K * r BE SYMPATHETIC. ! We must all realize that this life Is full of sorrow, and if you personally bave had'the good luek to escape your share of it you are a very fortunate person. But do not, on that .account, allow yourself to grow cold-hearted and un- " sympathetic to others. Those poor others! Their lot. is often so hard—so lonely—so full of misery. We are here to "heal the wounds and bind the broken heart," and the only iway we can do this is by being kind, loving and sympathetic. A few words of love will do more to help a sufferer than money, sometimes. For heart sickness is much harder to help than hunger and poverty. Show Interest in others; try to help them, go out of your way to lighten the burden of the heavily laden. Do not hesitate to whisper your kind- ly thoughts in their ears. Don't pass on the "other side;" if you are strong, then be merciful, says Woman's Life. Remember, that we all look at life from different standpoints, and what might appear like a grain of mu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 February 1906

I ' WBM m * FACTS IN NATURE. ms Values Above Par It is a well known fact that cotton, or any other crop, produced with Vir- ginia-Carolina Fertilizer* will bring the highest possible price on the mar- ket, Make healthy, strong, well-de- earlv cotton, with full grown the fruit limbs at the base as as all the war up to the very top tip ends of the branches or the ootton plants, by Jibe rally using firgiflia-CaroIiM Fertilizers. They contain all the materials neces- to supply to your land the ele- ts which have been taken from it repeated cultivation year after year, ese fertilizers will greatly "increase your yields per acre." Accept no sub- stitute from yonr dealer. Virginia-Carolina Chsmfcal Co. Atlanta, Ga. Savannah, Ga. . Durham. N. C. Montgomery, Ala. Charleston, 8. C. Memphis. Tenn. Baltimore, Md. Shreveport, La. Richmond. Va. Korfolk. Va. Godd Teeth Good Temper Are characteristic of_ the Atkins Saws always. That is because they are made of the best steel in the world — Silver S...

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

• ■ 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 traOa x h[ SUNSET I b' R0UTE 10 This Winter Many will go to California, Oregon l! And Intermediate Points. Why not you? Let us tell you about it. Soiilhern Pacific Is the only Line with iis 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 r'ast Passinger Steameos between New Orleans and New York and New Orleans and Havana-Sailing Weekly. Inquire of any Southern Pacific agent for all information. T. J. ANDERSON. Q. P. & T. A. HOUSTON, TEXAS J HELLEN. A Q. P. A T. A- POTATOES. A Carload will arrive in a few days. Tennesee Triumph, Green Mountain, Early Ohios and Early Rose. For Sale By R.. A. WOLTERS. *. MM*AMI. 9.8. Schwarti Bros Pr«yrM*n (I I. X. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 February 1906

^ TB.■ ^ g fHU tf•l?«v U/ AUSTt* ?W-4' /-■ 0 Qua Russek, INSURANCE Representing the leading ^Companies of the WorlcLj ONLY ONE DOLLAR ^ A year and you j V receive it fifty-two times each year. Send m your dol- lar today. Staj/momd *10in free, Sditor, 3*lain Words are Gver the S&est. One ^Dollar Jt 2/ear* VOL. XII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 15, 1906. NO. 27 Buy Your Maine Seed Potatoes ^ HFBF We sell them for less f lt-ArP ~rk '. . ..« M. Born A Co9s and Lamm & Go's springs Sunnier ~'V Clothing Samples on ^DISPLAY"-* •, _ • ; ?■; r. \t. . ^-v_ . - ... ; r.,. We are still selling as formerly in spite of the heavy advance in leather& shoes Boys' Shoes. $ Cornerstone--Calf Cap Bal - Pacemaker-Calf Cap Bal- Nutcracker-Vici Cap Blncber . Our Family-Box Calf Cap Bal .. A < line at Emaneled Wa • I)w> t ans, Sauce pans, cuff e p a. tiic at lowest prices, .50 ,75 .75 2.00 Child's and Ladies' Oxfords. Vacation—Child's Vici {Blue her Oxford. -..90c 97Jaydaj/...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 February 1906

The Schulenburg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor. BCHULENBURG, : : TEXAS. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. TO FICHT FEVER ALEXANDRIA, LA., HEALTH CON- FERENCE OPENS TODAY. GENERAL FUMIGATION PLANNED Fifty-five natives were drowned by the flooding of the South Rose, a deep gold mine in Transvaal County. California capitalists have made ap- plication to the Ennis city council for a gas franchise. At the meeting of Sea Island cotton growers at Valdosta, Ga., last week, strong resolutions asking a reduction of 25 per cent in acreage was passed. Arthur Pearson, a negro, was legal- ly hanged at Waynesboro, Tenn., Fri- day for criminal assault on Dora Scei- len, a 13-year-old white girl. The crime was a most brutal onfe. The estimated per capita circulation t>f money in the United States is now $31.22,' the largest in the history of this county. A strike is in prospect in Chicago which will involve the entire building trades, and stop work on a number of down-town sky scrapers. At a recent meeting ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 February 1906

Conducted bq Contributions of new ideas that readers of this department may wish to present, are invited. Correspondents desiring in- formation on the subjects discussed should address "Farm, Orchard and Gar- den Department," Western Newspaper Union, 63 Plymouth Court, Chicago. SMALL FRUIT GROWING ON THE FARM. There is no one branch of agricul- tural industry on the farm that is so much neglected as the small fruit patch. I have often heard people say- that they can buy fruit cheaper than they can raise, and the result is that they have but little or no fruit all • the year around. Did you ever stop to think that even if you do furnish your family with all the small fruit they can use, that you are paying an enormous profit for it? The fruit grower must get his profit on his berries; the man must be paid who makes the little boxes;, the railroad company and the commission men must have their pay; the retail mer- chant must have his commission, and even the man that hauls it from the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 February 1906

sl BlBBB«gBB8SELi llllSlfe^ __:- _ - : - ^ * ' . as M Zbe Sticker. RATMOND WIKFREE, Editor and PaMishsr SUBSCRIPTION, tl.oo PER ANNUM Entered at th« Sohulenbnrg postofflco as scoad-olaaa matter. Til Snores Invites the public to keep It posted oonoernlng the goings and comings of the town. If yon ara learing town or bate friends visiting yon or departing, drop ua a Une that we may make note of it. But be sure to sign your name te it as an evldenoe of its ■mm geamneness. THURSDAY, FEB. 15, IBOfl. 988 JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. Reduce the cotton acreage it the advice of the entire South. The Post and Advocate should also cut out their controversy. But few readers car for such mat- ter and it only has -a tendency to hurt both papers. The ground hog surely must have seen his shadow according to the weather we have been bavin? since the day appointed for Mr. G. H. to appear. The Eagle Lake papers should settle their differences some other way than through their column's. Neithe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 February 1906

H. HORNER. Just received carload of Genuine flaine Seed Po _ [Jtatoes consisting of Bliss® r Triumph, Early Rose, J Green Mountain, Early Ohios. Full weight sacks ii peck. Buggies! Ai!0:her line select lot of 50 Sug- gies, Surreys. Run-a-Bouts eto etc" will arrive in a few days. My |"Stock is the !>e>t and most comj-let* of up-to-date Vehichs and Prices tbti lowest in the State. Emil Baumgakten. HORNER'S ^BRIT REPOUT. The following Is the market report at oompil ©d by H. Horner, and changed weekly, aooord Inj? to the highest market prloes paid. CHANGED EVERY WED NED AY Cotton new per lb qnlat Nominal. Cotton Seed per 100 lba 06 Corn... SQ--60 gggS .......... 11 Butter (cooking) 7—12 Butter (table) —~— —M Chickens (aa to size)spring -70 lb Rooster# 1| }-2 Turkeys per lb -8-3 1-2 Bacon — Jo Lard 81b Cabbage •••• — Potatoes, per 100 lba — Onions per 100 lbs good Butter Market:—Quiet. Chlx Nominal. Eggs: Easy. Cotton: No Demand Cotton brok« below 101-fo la New Orleans. Nice candy ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 February 1906

Amends to feature I have loved colors and not flowers; Their motion, not the swallow's wings; And wasted more than half my hours Witnout the comradeship of things. How is it now that I can see With love ar,d wonder and delight The children of the hedge and tree. The. little lords of day and night? How is it that I see the roads. No longer with usurping eyes, A twilight meeting place for toads, A midday mart for butterflies? I feel in every midge that hums Life, fugitive and infinite, And suddenly the world becomes A part of me and I of it. —London Outlook. GOBLETS (Copyright, 1906, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) As it was dark- when I. reached Amiens I decided to spend the night at the house of a friend, for I did not dare to imperil the message by riding at night. Already I had been attacked twice since landing at Bo- logne and I had no mind to fail in the first important trust with which the king, my master, had intrusted me. I found my friend's house with some little difficulty, being ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 February 1906

Rich, Juicy Ba dishes Free. Everybody loves juicy, tender radishes. Salzer Knows this, hence he offers to send jou absolutely free sufficient radish seed to keep you in tender radishes all sum- mer long and his great . bjllzkk's bargain seed book. With its wonderful surprises and great bargains in seeds at bargain prices. The enormous crops on our seed farms the past season compel us to issue this special catalogue. SEND THIS NOTICE TO-DAT. and receive the radishes and the wonder* ful Bargain Book free. Remit 4c and we add a package of Cog* mos. the most fashionable, serviceable, beautiful annual flower. John A. Salzer Seed Co., Lock Drawer W.,La Crosse, Wis. It's a good deal easier to regulate this world than it is to set your own house straight. 5^^ One Of The Results of liberally using our fertili- off a Mrs. is to pay oft * mortgage on the old farm- Readme fol- lowing from Messrs. Wherry & 8ou. owners of the Magnolia fruit Farm, Durant, Miss.: " We made $000 from one acre st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 February 1906

YOU BUY FROM S. T. Schaefer 4) Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's ^—HARDWARE. ■I HEARSE IN CONNECTION.' perfectedmgde i ■Mill III !■ I'M 'l-l I ! 1 I I'M"! M"IM' M'lWI I H 1-1 M I 1 This Winte r Many will go to SUNSET ROUTE California, Oregon i! And Intermediate Points. Why not you? Let us tell you about it,,. The Southern Pacific 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 Paolflc agent for all Information. T. J. ANDERSON, O, P. ft T.A. J HELLEN. A O. P. ft T, A HOUSTON, TEXAS, 'I I i I M-M-i-i-M*I 1 'H-H ■! SEED POTATOES. A Carload will arrive in a few days. Tennesee Triumph, Green Mountain, Early Ohios a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 February 1906

fun UnrwtHjr AUSTJ* m Ti... ;*■ ■ « ' . 8§s : S-- •; Mh :-V fp -V ' ' pan Gus Russek Representing the leading ^Companies of the World. ^NLY ONE DOLUB ^ '1{{ A year and you I } v receive it fifty-two " times each year. Send m your •* lar fcoda^. • I ffiaymomd Win free, Gdiior. UPlain Words are Coer the fflest. One 'Dollar Jfi 2/ear- VOL. XII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 22, I906. a, : NO. 28 Buy Your Maine Seed Potatoes HERE We sell them for less & SMR M. Born & Co's and Lamm & Co's Spring & Summer Clothing Samples On V^DISPLAY^> We are still selling: as formerly inspite of the heavy advance in leather & shoes Boys' Shoes. Cornerstone-Calf Cap ' 6 Eft Bal.... $ ivy Pacemaker-Calf Cap 7C Bal— i f v Nutcraeker-Vici Cap TFjj" Blucher if g Our Family-'-Box Calf ft ft ft Cap Bal — .... ZfiUU A complete .line at Emaneled Ware, Dish pans, Sauee pans, coffee pots, etc at lowest prices, Child's and Ladies' Oxfords. ' Vacation—-Child's Vici Ptucker Oxfor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 February 1906

The Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor SCHULENBURGr, - TEXAS EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. The city Democratic committee of Dallas, has concluded to make no nominations tor city officials. Superior, Wis., and vicinity Wed- nesday the temperature ranged twenty degrees below zero. John Mueller, white, and Robert Newcomb, a negro, were hanged in Chicago Friday. They had each mur- dered three people. Weather prognosticators are gener- ally agreed that the balance of the winter will be bad and gloomy. A movement is on foot to establi-'" a glass factory in Dallas, good glass- making sand having been found near there in abundance. ^ Nacogdoches County, which has had iocal option for two years, will hold an election on March 8 to decide up- on its continuance. Huburt Sanders, son of P. F. San- ders, of Coppell, had his leg broken above the knee while at school. Record-breaking exports of Ameri- can agricultural machinery will be made to Russia this season. Three complete shiploads are to b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 February 1906

r^#,> r OUR LIMIT TO FERTILIZERS. I wish that our' scientists could tell as the exact effect upon the soil of the various- -fertilizers, and some day they may be able to do so; but in the meantime we have found that we may get results on some land from their use, and no results oh other land, and that we must test them for ourselves. And we are learning that while an effect may be good on a crop, the land* may not be left in de- sirable condition. An illustration is found in Professor Thome's tests with acidulated phosphates. He has shown* that while the yield of a crop may be increased by the use of acid phosphate, some land so fertilized will become unfriendly to clover. Ap- parently it is brought to an acid con- dition that will not promote the growth of clover. Such facts have inestimable value in guiding us in our tests in our fields. Again, we know by experience that an increase of crop due to the use of commercial fertilizers tempts to too much cropping with cash crops, or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 February 1906

tCbe Sticker. MFM0N9 WMFREE, Edttcr and PiMisttr SUBSCRIPTION, S:.cc PER ANNUM Sntwed at the SOiuieaburg postoffice as •eoad-class matter. Tn Sticker invites the public to keep It petted concerning the gologa and comings of tae town. K you are leaving town or nire friends visiting yon or departing, drop ue a line that we may make note of it. Bat be sure to sign four cam# to it as an evidence of its featuneaess. THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1906. JOSEPH VV. BAILEY, For President 1908. Today is the birthday of th* father of our country. Goers'® Washington, the first president of the United States and a man who set an example that should it be followed by all mankind, what a glorious world this would be. All United States will do him homage today. If Miss Alice enheriti any of her father's characteristics we feel sor- ry for Mr. Nicholas. Lawyer Patrick is making a de- termiaed fight for his life and the chanchsare in his iavor now, it stems. Kailroad Commissioner 0. B. Colquitt, aspirant for th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 February 1906

I*.. .ft' - •5a3qi3S®>> ma&m H. HORNER. Busies! Another fine select lot of 50 Bag- gies, Surreys Run-a-Bouts eto etc will arrive in a few Hay*. My stock is the be*t and most conn let** of up-to-date Vefncli s and Prices the lowest in the State. Emil Baumgarten. Just received carload of Genuine riaine Seed Po- ^ tatoes consisting of Bliss ^Triumph, Early Rose, 2 Green Mountain, Early Ohios. Full weight sacks ii peck HORNER'S ju^mmubt report. Tho fdllowing is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly; accord- ing te the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cettea new per lb qnlet Nominal. Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 65 Cam. fo Softer (oroidnfj. .17.7.! 7-12 Sutter (table).- - --15 Chickens (as te size) spring .7c lb Roosters . ± ~-12 1-8 Turkeys per lb - 8-81-2 Bacon - - «c Lard. 8 lb Cabbage 2 lb Potatoes, per 100 lbs - Onions per 100 lbs good Butter Market:—Quiet.' Chix Nominal. Eggs: Lower. Cotton? No Demand. About 9 3-4 middling. Nice can...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 February 1906

:V~ T- m ■r-= PRESIDENT'S DAUGHTER A HAPPY BRIDE Ceremony that United in Marriage Miss Roosevelt and Congressman Nicholas Longworth Takes Place in the Famous East Room in the Executive Mansion at Washington I Before perhaps the most conspicu- ously august assembly that ever .graced the famous East Room in the Executive Mansion, Miss Alice Roose- velt, eldest daughter of the President, was united" in marriage to Nicholas Longwoflh, Congressman from Ohio, shortly after 12 o'clock Feb. 17. It was the firs' WHite House wedding in nearly twenty years, and, according to the usual reckoning, the twelfth in cumber. Since the day that Frances Folsom became the bride of Grover Cleveland at the White House many things have happened. A new era has dawned upon the country. Nations pay the United States homage now; there were but the formal amenities then. And, moreover, that was the quietest of weddings, where this one was all •that taste and display and unlimited social power could make it. And...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 February 1906

M; * £•■!■: . . iVUv. / g|^ IS*V? j ... 1 • WBBhtH. 1 V1 Bad Stomach Makes Bad Blood. Yon can not make sweet butter in a foul, unclean churn. The stomach serves as a chum In which to agitate, work up and disintegrate our food as it is being digested. If it be weak, sluggish ana foul the result will be torpid, sluggish liver and bad, impure blood. The ingredients of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery are just such as best serve to correct and cure all such de- rangement*. It is made up without a drop of alcohol in its composition; chem- ically pure, triple-refined glycerine being used instead of the commonly employed, alcohol. Now this glycerine is of itself a valuable medicine, instead of a deleteri- ous agent like alcohol, especially in the cure of weak stomach, dyspepsia and the various forms of indigestion. Prof. Finley Ellingwood, M. D., of Bennett Medical College, Chicago, says of it: "In dyspepsia It serves an excellent pur- pose. * * * It is one of the best manufact- ured ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 February 1906

g!' ' . coughs quickest cure balds THE WONDER WORKER 111n^riM i goiwilLrttfieM.'iI MS isglhrR" A ALA throat | dr. king's | lungs NEW DISCOVERY! 1 for consumption! -' \\ ■ .. CHAS. EBY, SR., of Elizabeth, III., writes: "I paid out over $160 to local phy- sicians, who treated me for La Grippe without giving mo any relief. 1 afterward bought a $1.00 bottle of DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY* and after taking content* of this one bottle I was entirely cured." Prist50cand$1.00 absolutely CUARAMTgEDI tri.i 6.hih ftw sold and recommended by paul breymann, The Druggist. qeneral dir ectory ro wn illiams 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. hearse in connection.' m look down upon a perfected medt & 1 POTATOES. r. For Sale By WOLTER.S aw., • eswciNMAtt.tr a.MMwxwn. 1.1. Sengelmann Bros. Sekwarti Broa Prtyrlttm «4 I. X. U?MT And fitd StaUss, In) n TftrtBffi •ey, ...

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