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

H. HORNER. Just received carload of Genuine flaine Seed Po- • | tatoes consisting of Bliss . > Triumph, Early Rose,* Qreen Mountain, Early Ohios. Full weight sacks ii peck HORNER'S Kmmm JSmMWtHBT it H PORT. Th« following is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chanced weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prioes paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb- quiet Nominal. Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 66 Corn * - 60 Egsrs 'o Butter (cooking) 7-12 Batter (table) 15 Chickens (as to si*e)spring 7o lb Roosters 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb 8-8 1-2 Baoon _ 7? Lord 81b Cabbage 2 lb Potatoes, per 100 lbs — Onions per 100 lbs good Butter Market:—Qaiet. Chix Nominal. Esrgs: Lower. Cotton; No Demand. About 0 8-4 middling. Nice candy at Harry Meyer's W# are glad to report Miss Louise Burket of Engle improving after a spell of sickness. Cotton Hoes at all prices at Ruhmanns. Mr. and Mrs. Meyerhoff from Halletsville, visited the Levey family on Sunday. Levey se!ls the Battleship Clothing...

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

w r~ FOR BRIDES. I rJL woman may know that she has teased to be a bride only— When she finds herself saying un- complimentary things to her husband. The first time her husband criticises ber frocks. When she discovers she has reason lo be jealous. When he grows economical with his kisses. When she begins to nag. f When he becomes sarcastic about the food. When she does not mind coming to breakfast in curl papers. When he telfs her how pretty some ttther woman looks. When he begins to go to the club. When she begins to hunt up her old friends and enjoy calling on them. f A CLEVER WOMAN. ' One bright woman thrown practically on her own resources on account of the invalidism of her husband sent to *. city firm for samples of dress goods to be sold on commission. She found & reliable house which sent to her Bmall samples of seasonable goods peatly pasted on white cardboard. She solicited orders among her own friends, not being too proud to let them know that, she was trying to earn ...

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

■' & > Something Besides Beef. Ox bones have; a considerable value. The four feet of an ordinary ox will make a pint of neatsfoot oil. The thigh bone is the most valuable, being useful for cutting into toothbrush han- dles. The fore leg bones are made into collar buttons and parasol handles. The water in which the bones are boiled is reduced to glue, while the dust which comes from sawing the bones is turned into food for cattle and poultry. Royal Yacht Saluted. The other day a British merchant vessel saluted the royal yacht Victoria and Albert in passing and the Victoria and Albert did not return the salute. The skipper of the merchantman com- plained to the admiralty and the cap- j tain of the royal yacht sent him an apology. * SLOAN5 LINIMENT CURES 150c. and $l.00.| Swine Disease s^Hog Cholera Send for Circular with Direction!. Dr. EARL 8. SLOAN, 615 Albany St.,Boston,MiM. Odd Walking Match. Recently a turkey and a goose were matched to walk a race of 100 yards in London. ...

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

■ T' Hg I m£3 &■* 7'4 -vc, ' '■ COUGHS QUICKEST CURE COLDS THE WONDER WORKER THROAT I DR. KING'S I LUNGS NEW DISCOVERY * - ,11 •>■ /' -• ' ;• CHAS. EBY, SR., of Elizabeth, III., writes: "1 paid out over $160 to local phy- sicians, who treated! me for La Grippe without giving me any relief. I afterward bought a $1.00 bottle of DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY, and after taking contents of this one bottle I was entirely cured." Prlci50cand$1.00 ABSOLUTELY CUARAMTEEDI TrialBtttlttFrit SOLD MID RECOMMENDED BY PAUL BREYMANN, The Druggist. YOU BUY FROM S 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.' 5 i - K i I - I toofc traCi POUT For Sale By r A t l*F!T THE STICKER DO YOUR JOB WORK. WHV s«nd off for "i 1 I Your work frou can have It don* n 5 'out* olty Sust as GOOD R.. A . WOLTEH I.«. tewarti Bros em L X Urtvy and Feed Aiatelea, IVi Masgi I«rn , Y##0e WJS...

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

mm |P1 m mm T sr # University AUSTIK -I QusRussek, Representing the leading ^Companies of "the WorhLj OHIY OHEflOLU> Jul '/{(' A ya*r afcd yon )V- receive it fifty-two times each yew. 8* d in your dol* ltr today.--- L J M Sfcaymomd Win free, Gditor. — T jte : —— 9*lain Words are Sver the S&est. . • > One 7)ottar if ear VOL. XII. SCHULENBIJRC, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, MARCH 22, 1906, : NO. 32 : 1 1 Pretty New Ribbons, Hankerchiefs, Laces & Embroideries. Prices Reasonable. \ I New Lines Ginghams, Prints, cals, etc. Now Ready. Opening Sale of New Dress Cools, S§m-: hursday and Friday we invite your inspection of our Tfsw Spring 7)ress Soods. w you would euro to purchase at this Season. Zt/ie natty fabrics that fashion- yanee in priece at the NeUhaUS Cash Stor©,_ " We await your approval. jfttractiue offerings from eaeh department in each goads will make prominent are to be found here in liberal array. 7fo hint in « White Wash Goods. Pretty white materials for dresses, Shirt...

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

mm '0^ . T hfjfc SchvteribSrf Sticker fl .V. I.- RAYM6&D WI^FRES, Editor SjCHU^NBURG,; - TEXAS •"= ~1' in hTioi\ events -of everywhere. '' * -4*" > ■ 4*^"^ .?<—■ Texas' skating- rinks scored two broker! arms for Thursday. - An incipient fire at the, "Confederate home damaged th'e 1 kitchen to the amount ofr^,bout'Jt2(W). : About fifty bales of cotton were sold in Hillsboro from wagons one day last ■week ai an average priee 6f-'-"I0.55c. . -• 6arth Tlrdmpso^ a.'negro, convict-' ed of the murder of wA. Brame.-was hanged at Madisonville, Ky., Friday. The plague has reappeared at Syd- ney, N. S. W. Two cases were report- ted Thursday and three more were discovered in the same block of houses ' Owing 'to1 the results of investiga- tions, four third and three fourth- classmen have resigned from Anna- poHs. - The Chicago fire department has Increased in strength by i the addition of 139 men, and the wages of firemen and policemen were raised by the council finance committee recen...

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

Where Chrtst Dbvells Wk yM-. •! K \ ♦ m Never in a costly palace did I rest 01 golden bed. Never in a hermit's cavern have I eaten idle bread. Born within a lowly stable, where the cattle round me stood. Trained a carpenter in Nazareth, I have toiled and found it good. They who tread the path of labor follow where My feet have trod; They who work without complaining do the holy will of God. Where the many toil together, there am I among My own; Where the tired workman sleepeth, there am I with him alone. I, the peace that passeth knowledge, dwell amid the daily strife, I, the bread of heaven, am broken in the sacrament of life. —Henry Van Dyke. cs&f&r- &j£057yp?rc2r' (Copyright, 190G, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) Because he had loved her a long time, he hesitated- about telling her. With the direct divination of a wom- an's intuition, she surmised the truth. She was not a selfish, narrow-minded creature, and though the foreshadow- ing sorrow hurt her cruelly, yet she desired...

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

ZCbe Sticker. MMIM WINFREE, Eilfir m< Mlbtar Bnttred at the Sobuleaburf pwtofflce « eo#ad-claes matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.90 PER ANNUM The Sticker Invite#" the public to keep It ported concerning the gaSpgs and commgs oi the town. If you are learing town or hare friends Tlaiting you or departing, drop us a Unethat we may make note of It. But be eure to algn yeur name to It ae an exidence of its geanjneaeaa. THURSDAY, MAR- 22, 1906. JOSEPH \V. BAILEY, For President 1908. Spring begun yesterday "Gentle Annie." Can a fellow be religeous and run a gasoline engine? Especially when it is cold. The Sticker publishes itsi first an- nouncement this issue. Hurry up you candidates, its is just as cheap now to get in the limelight as later on. 'JL'he city is still being improved. The good work of put tins: down rock crossings is steadily going on uuder the able management of Mr. F. Voss. Some few of the streets need grading badly but all can not i>e done at cfoce and the city coun- cil wil...

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

H. HORNER. Just received carload of Genuine flaine Seed Po= • Statoes consisting of Bliss ^Triumph, Early Rose, Green Mountain, Early Ohios. Full weight sacks ii peck i HORNER'S MMmtLMtT MSJTOMiT. Th« following ia the market report as compil- ed by M. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the hlsheet market price# paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEOAY Cotton new per lb qoiet Nominal. Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 65 Corn 60 ■gga 10 Buttor (cooking) - 7-12 Butter (table).. — 35 Chickens (aa to aUe)epring 7c lb Roosters - 12 1-2 tarkeys par lb 8-8 1-2 Baoon - 7c Lard 8 lb Cabbage 2 lb Potatoes, per 100 lbe Onions per 100 lbs good Butter Market:--Qifl«t. Chlx Nominal. Eggs: Lower. Cotton; About 9 2-4 middling. Bureau 10697,013 Bales Cotton Uoet at all prices at Ruhmanns. Dr. JS, H. Schwab was ia Tay- lor on business this week. Levey sells the Battleship Clothing. Mr. Gus. Ulrich has been in San Antonio this week on business. Easter Eggs at Henry Meyer's. Next door to the Post Office. , Mr. Relle...

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

f T: n FRUIT TREE PRUNING. WORK FOR MARCH. THE APPLE TREE. Trimming the apple tree is a tough question. What is an excellent rule itor. the close, upright growers would be the reverse for the open, straggling ones. Any way, the trimming should be done while the tree is young, and never to such, an extent as to expose th£ main branches. And it makes lit- tle difference to health or productive- ness whether the dead wood be taken out of the old trees or not. Of course, dead wood does not help the looks of an orchard, nor it is a convenience in gathering the crops. It is a question as to the age we should grow an apple orchard, some contending that on account of giving finer fruit, ease of spraying, of culti- vating and gathering fruit, the young orchard only pays, and that it is cheaper to grow young trees than old ones. In the average year the margin of profit is not large, therefore it is not worth while to use great care to preserve old trees from decay caused by trimming. In fact,...

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

m W l hospitals crowded MAJORITY: OF PATIENTS WOMEN Mrs. Pinkham'a Advice Saves Many From this Sad and Costly Experience. It is a sad but ^certain fact that [every year ^brings an in- crease in the numberof opera- tions performed [upon women in our hospitals. More than three- I fourths of the .patients lying 'on those snow- white beds aire women and girls who are awaiting or recovering from opera- tions made necessary by neglect. Every one of these patients had plenty of warning in that bearing down feeling^ pain at the left or right of the abdomen, nervous exhaustion, pain in the small of the back, pelvic catarrh, dizziness, flatulency, displacements or irregularities. A11 of these symptoms are indications of an unhealthy con- dition of the female organs, and if not heeded the trouble may make headway until the penalty has to be paid by a dangerous operation, and a lifetime of impaired usefulness at best, while in many cases the results are fatal. Miss Luella Adams, of Seattle, Was...

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

• ft Mulls' QUIC KEST CURE OHM the wonder worker ^ - t ■ '•*}. ' throat 1 DR. KING'S | uuTcs L > ■■■■ _ I • - * • ' GENERAL DIRECTORY NEW DISCOVERY m) t '.u( i CHAS. EBY, SR., of Elizabeth, III., writes: "I paid out over $160 to local phy- sicians, who treated me for La Grippe without giving me any relief. I afterward bought a $1.00 bottle of DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY, and after taking contents of this one bottle I was entirely cured." Mm 50c iri $1.00 ABSOLUTELY CUARAMTEEP! TrUiBritlHFm SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY Hj PAUL BREYMANN, The Druggist. k! YOU BUY FROM S. T. Schaefer. Will Please You as it is selected carefully A sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints. Oils, Varnish, and Builder's HARDWARE. HEARSE IN CONNECTION. THE STICKER DO yo JOB WORK. SEED POTATOES. WHV Send off for ▼ * ■ ■ 1 Vow work; f'ou can have It don* n your city lust mm GOOD R.. A For Sale By WOLTER. f. f. ttwarta Bra InpfMiri «l i X. Ufwt sad fu4 M«Un, MM lutes. iv. M mi Bzckaas* Etmi, Msltskiff, Tw...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 March 1906

Zhe Scbulenburg Sticker, VOL. XII SUPPLEMENT. NO 32 ■H ( -2 IPS^k San Antonio, Dr. Frank Kent, T exas. Specialist of Ten Years Experience i ■' /'/• - /£■ Expert in the' Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. He has bad extensive post-graduate study under the best professors of New York City, and holds diplomas and certificates of,study from Tulane Medical College, New Orleans, La., New York Polyclinic Medical School and Hospital (for post-graduates only,) L. I. Hospital, Willard-jfarker, Riyerside and St. Bartholomew's Hospitals. If you haye any Cataracts, Pterygiums, Granulated Lids, Cross Eyes, Wild Haits, etc., have your eyes examined. He Can Cure You. If your childran have a discbarge from the ear, are partly deaf, snore in their sleeep. have bad dreams, catch cold easily, chests undeveloped, and breathe with their mouths opj-n, it is due to an obstruction in nose and throat; and should be removed, Dr. Kent will be in fcJchulenburg, March 28th and 29th. On this date he will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 March 1906

Thii Utifftilljr AUSflir jr i 1 Gus Russek, 1 INSURANCE Representing the leading Companies of the World. g ONLY OME DOLLAR ^ 'fft A year arid you j V receive it fifty-two times each year. Send in yotfr dol- lar today. Las wmmmmmmwm—mmmmm} ftaymomd Win free, Sditor, SPlain Words are Suer the S3 est One ^Dollar 2/ear t p mm VOL. XII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, MARCH 29, 1906. NO. 33 MEASURES taken for M. BORN & GO fit Guaranteed Sts strictly to your order. 9/fado from Woolens in tho piece. 9?fado by as good tailors as are in the land, jfcand made shoulders and lapels. jfnd no yarment has ever passed out that has not been steam shrunk before out, button holes are hand-worked with pure linen thread. , Of entirely Tfew Tffodel. 2/ou will notice that the little coat has attached Tfest which y/'ves it the appearance of a Coat and Uest. Pants STAR, BRAND| SHOES Misses Shoes and Oxfords. Sn latent Jfid and Uici Jfid, jCiyht or Extended tSole. 90c to $1.75. Star Brand Shoes I For...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 March 1906

... v* '•. V ■ fe? : h % .:• * .1,1 - !— The Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor SCHULENBURG, - TEX4lS EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. ' 3L B. Studedill of Okarche, Ok., fell ©n the ice and received injuries from which he died next day. Oklahoma City Council awarded the contract for the contruction of the new sewer system to Chas. T. Derr of Guthrie, whose bid was $219,576.78. Two bell boys at the Delaware Ho- tel, Fort Worth, became involved in a difficulty and one of them was se- verely Btabbed. Hiram B. Fraziler aged 70, was found dead in his header barge on his farm near Stockholm, in Woodward County, Ok. He is supposed to have died from exposure while at work. The Secretary of the Interior has approved plans for waterworks and sewerage system at Chickasha, I. T., the cost of which is some $60,000. A smelter company is organized at Crystal Springs, I. T., with a capital of $300,000, and it is given out that the work will be well under way with- in sixty days. Forty gallons of whis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 March 1906

if* >;v M Farmers' Co-operative Union of America. Keep the children in school right straight along. They may not have the opportunity later on. The fruit is much damaged, but the ground is still here and only wants to be planted in order to yield a world of good things to eat. Plant anything that you can raise that you'd otherwise have to buy. It comes a heap cheaper out o* the ground than from the store. This is not a day of greater graft than many another. It is a day when we are all talking graft. Keep your own door clean and you will > well. Steer clear of that mortgage this year; get on just somehow. Busy your brains in finding out how to "just get along" one year, and then start out right next time. The town dramshop can get on with- out you or your assistance; they nev- er wil) help you. Get the gist? Put in half an hour every few days putting in something else in the gar- den. Spring truck is a mighty whole-* some thing and it grows quick. What we want to unite for is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 March 1906

- m . I " • ,**; w:'n-'v'- ®r ZEbe Sticker. Willi WIUFREE, Eillif Hi Publisher B«Ur«4 at th« Schuleiburg poetofflce as iHii-clui matter. SUBSCRIPTION, Ji.oo PER ANNUM Til Iticur iBTltei the public to keep It Kited canceralng the goings and comings ol e tewn. It you are leaving town or have Irleade visiting you or departing . drop us a Hae that we may make note of It. Kut be aure ti aiga year name to it at an evidence or its geaulaeaeas. THURSDAY. MAR. 29, 1006. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. ENGLE NEWS. 600D ADVICE. Last week's LaGrange Journal dwelled at length upon the rape tiend question in answer to our editorial of last week. We agre^* with our esteemed contemporary that the law will take its course in due time, but 0! how long? How long? We h >pe that some day that tne privilege of taking an appeal in a rape C3se will be entirely pro- hibited. Give the tiend a fair trial but why give him the chance of another trial? He does not de- serve it and it makes it harder for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 March 1906

- wm H. HORNER. Just received carload of Genuine flaine Seed Po= tatoes consisting of Bliss ^Triumph, Early Rose, J "Green Mountain, Early" Ohios. Full weight sacks ii peck HORNER'S JtMRKET REPORT. ■ 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 sew per lb quiet Nominal. 10 1-4 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs .. 65 Corn - 60 Eggs „ I® Butter (cooking) — '-12 Butter (table) -* -j® Chickens (as to size)spring. .. ic lb Roosters o a }'l Turkeys pir lb 8-8 i;2 Baoon 7° Lard 8 lb Cabbage 2 lb Potatoes, per 100 lbs Onions per 100 lbs good - Butter MarketQuiet. Chlz Nominal. Eggs: Lower. • Bureau 10697,013 Bales Cotton Hoes at all prices at Ruhmanns. Mr. Will Cornelsoa was the guest of er- friends in Engle Sunday last. The Battleship Overalls and Pants are the best of any. Mr. Will Perlitz of LaGrange •was in our city Wednesday. Fine stick seat road wagons, all colors. H. P. SCHAEFER...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 March 1906

CET RID OF THE DAS Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Strengthen the Stomach and Enable It to Do Its Work. When the stomach is feeble the food lies in it undigested, decays and throws off poisonous gases that distend the walls of the stomach and cause inter- ference with other organs, especially with the action of the heart and lungs. These gases have other ill effects. The nerves and the brain are disturbed and discomforts such as dizziness, hot flashes, sleeplessness, irritableness and despondency originate from this source. Experience shows that these troubles vanish just as soon as the stomach is made strong enough to digest the food. In other words-, it needs a tonic that will rouse it to do the work of changing the food into nourishment. Miss Minerva C. Ladd, of Ipswich, Mass., says: "I had a weak stomach from the time I was a little child. Whenever I took hearty food it would cause terrible faiutuess, and I would finally vomit what I had eaten. At Limes there would be the most intense ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 March 1906

Spalding's Encyclopedia of Base Ball. No. 223. How to Bat Ho. 221. How to Play the Outfield No. 223. How to Play First Base fcNo. 226. How to Play Second Bass •No. 127. How to Play Third Base NO. 228. How to Play Shortstop NO. 229. How to Catch NO. 230. How to Pitch NO. 231. How to Coach; How to Captain a Team; How to Manage a Team; How to Umpire; How to Organize a League No. 232. How to Bun the Bases ' Price by Mail, 10 Cent* Each. Spalding's Official Base Ball Guide for 1906. The authority consulted on all disputed points, contains the new 1908 rules and pictures of all the leading players; and photograpas of hundreds of teams. Pricft 10 Cent*, by Mail. Send your name and address for Spalding's Catalogue of all Athletic Sports—It's free. A. O. 8PALDINQ & BROS. CM Nassau St.. New Tore — 147 Wabash At«.. Chleaga \ MNOflM I its, KaJ stood for the BEST during seventy yem of increasing sales* Remember this when/ou f nt wa^ep proof oiled coats, suits. Kats. or horse goods for ai! ki...

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