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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 May 1906

iTjs 7 m: ir r? & t i' 'da A i t Itf •' p Mfc Mrs. Mittie Huffaker. UNoiir IttD GIVEN UP ALL HOPE. CONFINED TO HER BED WITH DYSPEPSIA. «( I Owe My Life to Pe-ru-na," Says Mrs. Huffaker. Mrs. Mittie Huffaker, R. R. No. 8, Columbia, Tenn., writes: "i was afflicted with dyspepsia for several years and at last was confined to my bed, unable to sit up. "We tried several different doctors without relief. > «/ had given up all hope of any re- lief and was almost dead when my husband bought toe a bottle of Pe- runa. "At first I could not notice any ben- efit, but after taking several bottles I was cured sound and well. "It Is to Peruna / owe my life to- day. 4 "I cheerfully recommend it to all sufferers." Revised Formula. "For a number of years requests have come to me from a multitude of grateful friends, urging that Peruna be given a slight laxative quality. I have been experimenting with'a laxa- tive addition for quite a length of time, and now feel gratified to an- nounce to the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 May 1906

i i - *- I : COUGHS QUICKEST CURE GOLDS THE WONDER WORKER THROAT 1 PR. KING'S 1 LUNGS GENERAL DIRECTORY NEW DISCOVERY en ',v"T i: V ' | CHAS. EBY, SR., of Elizabeth, 111., writes: "I paid out over $150 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 and $1.00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! Trial Softies Fret SOLD IND RECOMMENDED BY PAUL BREYMANN, The Druggist. YOU BUY FROM 5. T. I Schaefer Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's HARDWARE. Coffins and Caskets sold. Hearse in connection WP—' ' ' ■ ■■ " ■ - 1 11 ^ -UW—-U—■ 1 1 WHUI.Hl ANGE l m OMFORT OUR FIRST CONSID [WTTm DO YOUR JOB WORK. \*/HV Send off for 1 I * Your work you ean Have It done In your olty Just aa GOOD T H Brown A Williams B. A. WOLTEBS. ptSTHUNCC* LCINCINMAf *. SCH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 May 1906

i m © full UnlTetiftf AUITII W, Qus Russek, INSLRANi 1 Representing the leading ^Companies of the *Worlc^| fflaymomd Win free, Sditor. Plain Words are Coer the $3est. One ^Dollar VOL. XII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY. TEXAS, MAY 24' 1906. New Trunks, Tel- escopes & Valise. Cheaper tlian E esewhere >• I 26 inch all Z>in Covered Zjrunk - $2. 35 28 inch alt ZJin Covered Zjrunk - - 2.75 30 inoh all ZJin Covered ^XJrunk ...- - 3./5 32 inch all ZJin Covered Zjrunk—* 3. *5 34 inch all ZJin Covered ZJrunk t.. ~ - 4*20 32 inch Canvass Covered J*iat ZJop Prass JVnoekers - 7.75 32 inch Canvass Covered S'lai ZJop Sron Jfnockers - .. 4.85 24 inch ZJelescope * . 89 Good cobbler sets Bettercobbler sets JWGtfUC* 65c big assortment of Val, jCinnen, ZJoeuchon., Point de Paris, Clung, Point d Csprit; jCaces, in edgings and, insertings, also Cambric, Swiss and 9fannsook, &mbroid~ cries, Cdging headings and insertings. Zfhese are in width up to 8 inches and values up to /5c per gard. Pug g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 May 1906

H The Schvlenburg Sticker RAYMOND WLSTFREE, Editor SCHLJLENBURG, - TEXAS THE WEEK'S NEWS TERSELY OUTLINED 'As Epitome of the Most Important Events at Home and Abroad the Past Week. NORTH, EAST, WEST, SOUTH. ▲ Glimpse at Wlitt CoBgre U Do- ing Together With C«relttlly J>igcited and Condensed Compila- tion of Corrent Kewi Item*, Botli Domestic and Foreign. CONGRESSIONAL NOTES. After 75 days of almost continuous deliberation tne senate by a vote, of 71 to 3 passed the railroad rate bill, ■which now goes back to the house for concurrence in the senate amend* xnents. The house passed the bill, which has been reported favorably in nine congresses—six times by republicans and three times by democrats to pay the estate of Samuel Lee, of South Carolina, $10,482 for allowance made by reason of the election of Lee, a negro contestant for a seat in the Forty-seventh congress. The minority attempted to filibuster the bill down but were outgeneraled. After two weeks' discussion the house final...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 May 1906

i Farmers' Co-operative Union of America. m-■ m:\i m- m* £&•' mm v I St The cotton buyers of Ballinger held an eating contest recently and a med- al was awarded to the biggest eater. Now is the time for the street buyers to hc/ld their eating contests. The sellers are going to do some of the eating later on. . There isn't any use in'trying to do business on a farm without the help of the hen. The other fellow has her helpfng him, and all who would ''compete with the other fellow must fix himself like the "other fellow' is fixed. The ordinary lop eared hound will eat up the food of a 'good hog; at. the end of the year the dog isn't worth ■ killing, while the hog which has got cheated out of a good living would be worth from ten to fifteen dollars of good American money. Because you are recognized as the head of the family don't get the idea that you are only capable of doing some thinking for the family. Give your wife and children a chance to think sometimes, and when you go to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 31 May 1906

^ v-'' f > Ttits Ualmtll/ AU0T1S r0 . Ru„.k SURANCE Representing the leading ^^ompsnies of the World. CYRIL PETER, THE | J^U work of the first" ^^^jC/ass order, fflaymomel %lJinfree> Gditor. ZPlain Words are Sver the 3$est. One ^Dollar jf 2/ectr VOL. XII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY. TEXAS, MAY 31, 1906. NO. 42 If. I I New Trunks, Telescopes & Valises Cheaper than Elsewhere Latest in Ladies' Belts and Hand Bags. S^ancy white embroidered 3&ays. 60c J^ancy white embroidered 3$ays 75c J^ancy mattiny SHe/ts.. 45c J^anoy 6 tack beaded be its.. - 50c i job lot of boys' knee pants consist- ing of 25 pair at and below cost 75 men's and boys straw hats must be sold within next 10 daysat ioand 15c I Good cobbler sets Better cobbler sets 85c <2f biy assortment of Ual, jCinnen, TJoeuehon, ZPoint do ZParis, Ciuny> fPoint d £ sprit; UZaees, in odyinys and insertinys, a/so Cambric> Swiss and 7?annsook, Embroid- eries, Gdyiny beadinys and insertinys. Uhese are in width up to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 31 May 1906

The Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. H. A. Griffin has been re-appointed postmaster at Galveston. Judge C. H. Jenkins will make the race for Representative from Browii and Coleman Counties. John Elrod, living about two miles from Sunset, was bitten by a copper* bead shake wbile shucking corn to feed. A flow of gas was struck in a wall being drilled by parties for artesian water near §ulphur, I. T. Great ex- citement prevails. O. C. Connor, Jr., of Paris, who has a farm in Red River County, sold 105 bales of cotton at Annona last week for 11 3-4c all around. Some of it was long staple. Rev. "V^. B. Sargent, who lives eight miles east of Kaufman, dropped dead between his plowshares. He was a Eaptist minister, 75 years of age, and left a family. What is claimed to be the largest flywheel ever cast in Texas was cast at Fort Worth a few days since. When erected the wheel will weigh 15,000 pounds. Jim Austin, a negro, had a tree fall o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 31 May 1906

FARMER AND PLANTER ORIGIN OF COTTON SUPPLY. The United States in No Danger of Losing' Its Commanding; Position. An elaborate discussion of the -world's cotton production in 1905, contained in the final report juct issued by the cen- sus bureau, goes to show that the Unit- ed States is in no danger of losing its commanding place as the origin of sup- ply. It is made very clear that the possi- bilities for increasing the production are as great in the United States as in India, in Central and South America, and greater than in Egypt. This start- ling statement is made concerning the available cotton acreage in our cotton- growing region: "The total area of the present cotton- producing region of the United States is estimated at 700,000 square miles, or 448,000,000 acres. Of this, only about one acre in every 17 was given to cot- ton in 1905. Were this proportion raised to five acres in every 17, it would mean a crop of more than 50,000,000 bales at the present rate of production. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 31 May 1906

Zhe Sticker. RAfMIND WiNFREE, Edliir and Publisher Sttir«4 at the Schalenburg postofflco as •o*nd-ola>8 matter. 11UBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Tb* Sticker inrites the public to keep It pMted oonoemine the goings and comings of the tewn. It yeu are leaving town or have tr!en4« vlsltiig you or departing, drop us a lis* that we may make note of it. But be sure t« alcn yeur name to it as an evidence of its fmulBeness. THURSDAY. MAY 31, 1900. JOSEPH VV. BAILEY, For President 1908. ANNOUNCEMENTS. S>or State Sentor. We are authorized to announce D. A. Paulua as a candidato for re-elec- tion for senator of the 18th senatorial district tubject to the action of the democratic primaries in Julyi We are authorized to announce Gus Heilig as a candidate for election for senator of the 18th senatoral district subject to the action of the democratic primaries in July. &or Representative The Sticker is authorized to an- nounce C. J. von Rosenberg as a candidate for re-election to the offic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 31 May 1906

HO RN E H ' S jfn up-to-date line of Spring and Summer 'Dress Smods in plain white> figured jCatvns, Organdies> Crepe> 'Dimity, Ctc. Sfceacty to TVe ar Soods. jCadies' Smbroidersd 1/Jaists, Silk and jCawn. Dress Skirts> 7//oh air and jCawn, 97/uslin 'Underwear, Jfosiery, etc., Sftelts, J'ans. 7/eckwear, Combsets and Small wear at ^Prices to Suit any ZPurse Call and be Convinced HORNER'S MAMKBT KMStfOnr. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chanced weekly, aooord- Ing te the highest market prloes paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton new per lb aulet Nominal. 101-2 Cottea Seed per 100lbs 56 Corn « Bggs - 81~2 Butter (cooking) - 7-12 Sutter (table).- 15 Chlokons (as to slze)sprlng 12 1-2-15 c lb Roosters 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal Bacon - 9o Lard 9 lb Cabbage lc Potatoes, per 100 lbs - 1,25 3nlon« per 100 lbs good unsalable 65 Butter Market No demand. Nominal Chlx firm, needed. Eggs: Lower Cotton Declining Miss Selma Levey is visiting re- la...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 31 May 1906

SAN FRANCISCANS OWE MUCH TO THE KHAKI-CLAD REGULARS SAVED LIVES OF THOUSANDS AND MUCH PROPERTY History Records No More Heroic Fight Against Desperate Odds Than That Made by the Soldiers From the Presidio Under General Funston. (Special Correspondence.) Rarely has the United States army been called upon to wage war upon Na- ture in her wrath, but the San Francisco earthquake disaster offered the finest sort of spectacle of the army of a great nation in action. From the hour when the earliest hearings and quakings of the earth began on the morning of April 18 until the present hour Gen. Funston and his men have been fighting a win- ning fight with the titanic cosmic force^ of the nether world, followed by patient, determined campaign against the law- less passions of the humail race and the panic fear of a stampeded populace. Earthquake shock and fire! What possibilities of horror and despair the thought of these two phenomena con- tains! Let one imagine himself stand- ing at a vantag...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 31 May 1906

THE REIGN OF DARKNESS A STORY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE'S STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM By the "Highway and Byway" Preacher (Copyright, 1806, by W. 8. Edson.) Scripture Authority—Exodus 10:21- 29. Psalm 78:49. OSES hurried for- ward. It was time for the uaily visit of Pharaoh to the Nile, and he must not miss him. The promise had been giyen that if the plague of locusts was withdrawn he, the king, would let the children of Israel go with their flocks and herds ta worship in the wilderness as Moses had demanded, but the promise had not been kept, and it was for this reason that Mosas was again seeking an interview with the king. On every hand in the garden which had been so beautiful there were signs of devastation and ruin, for what the awful hail in its fury had failed to cut to pieces and beat into the ground had been devoured by the voracious lo- custs. Trees were stripped bare and the tender plants and shrubs were broken and eaten until but mere stubs protruded from the earth. But the day was...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 31 May 1906

1 ' IWi mmtom* COUGHS QUICKEST CURE COLDS THE WONDER WORKER THROAT I DR. KING'S | LUTCS NEW DISCOVERY CHAS. EBY, SR., of Elizabeth, 111., writes: "I paid out over $150 to local phy- sicians, who treated me for La Grippe without giving me any relief. I afterward bought a Sl.OO bottle of DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY, and after taking contents of this one bottle I was entirely cured." Mm 50c and $1.00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED? Trial Buttles Fra* SOLD AND RECOMMENDED DY PAUL BREYMANN, The Druggist. YOU BUY FROM S. T. Schaefer 3 Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's ^—HARDWARE.—^ Coffins and Caskets sold. Hearse in connection ANGE I m GMFORT OUR FIRST CONSID •V.G.CRUSH 6.P.&TA R. A." WOLTERS. i®K& HJTHlWStO- • ciNcamuAfB1 *. WKWAM1. I.UOIViB?! Sctaarti Bros fnprhtori at I. X. Ur«r and fud SUMm, M U HON. UF;T THE STICKER DO YO JOB WORK. WHV So rid off foi- ▼ ▼ask Your work; you can have it don* ...

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

T#*«t l/fli """TAVMTli Gus Russek INSURANCE Representing the leading Companies of the World. THE I CYRIL PETER, jfll work of the first- order. tftaymomd Win free, Sditor. {Plain Words are Gver the S3 est. One ^Dollar jf 2/ear VOL. XII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, JUNE 7, 1906. NO. 43 THIS IS THE MONTH To Buy that Summer Suit. "Uhe chances are you have waited tit/ this very month to lay in your summer outfit. "JjAe chances are also yood that you haven't made up your mind ffwhere to buy.*3 jCet us help you alony these lines. / : : : Loose fitting very stylish suit of a grayish mixture. Latest production $7.00 We also carry a very nobby suit in blue serge - $10.00 jfdd to these prices an extra pair of trousers, a suit of under clothes or some socks and shirts and you'll leave well pleased. If you are interested in bright and catchy colors in summer neckwear, come and see our display next week i I A pretty good place to come . jlEUHAUSGASH STORE. MEEEY LITTLE QUIPS JE8T8, ANCIEN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 7 June 1906

K*£f: The Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS Cure for Crow's Feet The following little sermon may p* takes to heart by man as well as woma.ii. In business or the home life it is equally applicable and breathes of the best spirit to be preserved in all vicissitudes of life: "Be sunny" has grown,to be something of a catchword, but it is a pretty good all-around motto for everyday life es well. The cook may have gone away in a tem- per on the vary day ,of your dinner party—it's a way cooks have—or the dressmaker may have failed to send home your new frock in time for Mrs. So-and-So's reception, but frowns and tears and grumblings will not help mat- ters in either case. It may be that the world contains other cooks, or even that the same one may be in- duced to return in time to save the day. And if not, why not pitch right in and do the best, you can yourself with the best grace you can muster? If your dinner does not turn out quite as well as you would li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 7 June 1906

tip w NEIL REPORT GIVEN TO THE PUBLIC. Shameful Conditions Said to Exist in Stock Yards and Packing Houses-President Acts. W '/ & : t Pf < * HSU iPl! $ V • . S* < ■' ffjj IS® Washington, D. C., June 5.—Presi- dent Roosevelt transmitted to con- gress the special report • on packing houses with a message urging drastic legislation. ,, - The Report. The report says that two and a half weeks were spent in the Investigation in Chicago, during which "We went through the principal packing houses, together with a feiw of the smaller ones. A day was spent by Mr. Reyn- olds in New York City in the investi- gation of its leading slaughter houses." The "report says that in many of the rooms where water is used freely the floors are soaked and slimy, and the dark and dingy roams are naturally not kept suitably clean. An absence of cleanliness was found everywhere in the handling of the meat being pre- pared for the various meat food prod- ucts. The parts that are- sent from the cooling...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 7 June 1906

mm m : ' l§S wmii ZLbe sticker. MVMSH9 WiNFBEE, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Schulenburg postoffice as> econd-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $i.oo PER ANNUM The Sticker invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings of the town. If you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a lin« that we may "make note of it. But be sure to sign y«ur name to it as an evidence of its geaumensss. THURSDAY. JUNE 7, 1906. JOSEPH VV. BAILEY, • For President 1908. ANNOUNCEMENTS. State Sen tor. We are authorized to announce D. A. Paulus as a candidate for re-elec- tion for senator of the 18th senatorial district subject to the action of the democratic primaries in Julyi We are authorized to announce Gus Heilig as a candidate for election for senator of the 18th senatoral distiict i subject to the action of the democratic primaries in July. 3>or {Representative The Sticker is authorized to an- nounce C. J. von Rosenberg as a candidate for re-el...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 7 June 1906

_1P% life Hfl§38£ s mm. S l3- HORNER'S ^tz up-to-date line of Spring and Summer 'Dress Soocts in plain white, figured jCawns, Organdies, Crepe, 'Dimity, <5te. Steady to life ar Soocis. jCadies' Embroidered llfaists, Silk and *Cawn. Dross Skirts, V/fohair and jCawnj 77/uslin Underwear, Jtosiery, etc., S&elts, &ans. 7/eckwear, Combsets and Small wear at prices to Suit any ZPurse Call and be Convinced HORNER'S Jtl.lRU BV REPORT. 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 WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb quiet Nominal. 101-2 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 55 Corn — 4® Bufter "(cooking) 7-12 Butter (table) ■- •- -••••-• -•15 Chickens (as to slzelspring 12 1-2-15 c lb Roosters - 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal Bacon _ ?c Lard 9 lb Cabbage ^-4c Potatoes, per 100lbs l,2o Onions per 100 lbs good unsalable.— 65 Butter Market No demand. Nominal Chix firm, needed. Eggs: firmer Cotton Declining Fresh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 7 June 1906

t Wt THE SIGN OF THE BLOOD A STORY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE'S STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM By the "Hffhway and' Byway" Preacher (Copyright, 1908, \jy W. S. Kdson.) Scriptural Authority.—Exodus 11:1- 12:28. - HE woman' stand- ing in the low doorway of the hut looked long and earnestly out across the fields, a s though watching for the coming of some one, and when her search- ing gaze was un- rewarded, a sigh escaped her, and the lines of anx- ious care upon her face deepened. She was aroused at last from her reverie by the bleating of a lamb tethered close by the door, which now came and pressed its soft, moist >ose in her hand. Looking down, she patted thn creature's head, gently, saying, softly: "No, I had not forgotten you, little lamb, but thought of you makes me anxious for Abidan's return." And again the woman lifted her eyes and searched the distant horizon, but nothing was to be seen but the /-roups of low-lying huts of the He- brews and an occasional tres or bush, which, moving in th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 7 June 1906

, * ; A CRITICAL PERIOD 1NTELLI8ENTW0MEN PREPARE Dangers and Pain of This Critical Period Avoided by the Use of Lydia E. Pink, ham's Vegetable Compound. How many wo- men realize that the most critical period in a wo- man's existence is the change of life, and that the anxiety felt by women as this time draws near is not without reason ? If her system is in a deranged condi- tion, or she is predisposed to apoplexy or congestion of any organ, it is at this time likely to become active and, with a host of nervous irritations, make life a burden. At this time, also, cancers and tumors are more liable to begin their destruc- tive work. Such warning symptoms as a sense of suffocation, hot flashes, diz- ziness, headache, dread of impending evil, sounds in the ears, timidity, pal- pitation of the heart, sparks before the eyes, irregularities, constipation, varia- ble appetite, weakness and inquietude are promptly heeded by intelligent women who are approaching the period of life when woman'...

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