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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 August 1906

COUGHS QUICKEST CURE COLDS THE WONDER WORKER THROAT | PR. KING'S! LUWCS NEW DISCOVERY /■TvT* CHAS. EBY, SR., of Elizabeth, 111., writers "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." PtlnSOeand$1.00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! TrialBsltlisFret SOLD MID RECOMMENDED OY PAUL BREYMANN, T Druggist. 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. Coffins and Caskets sold. L,ET R A. WOLTERS- mm * etMCiK I. '.SOWAMI fcfcwarto Bm PnkUIwi at LX. Urovy and fid Stables, MUM, if, M Izikiafli Iirm, •HalMlMt, Tmm. W1 ALSO DEAL IN PIANOS- 60 vears' EXPERIENCE. GENERAL DIRECTORY Hearse in connection ANGE V 11 u OMTORT OUR FIRST CONSID .G.CRUSH 6.P.8TA. WHV 8 ndoHter W 1 1 IT Your work rrou oa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 August 1906

V I Qua Russek INS Representing the leading Companies of the World. THE t.rt« Uott.«i r *v,Tl' 1 CYRIL PETER, jtii work of tko first" ordor* SRaymomd IVin free, Gditor. SP/a/n Words are €ver the S&est* One iDollar 2/ear VOL. XIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, AUGUST 23, 1906. NO. 2 If < ■ ; K r A Quarrel About Breakfast By iff. E. Fin lay (Copyright, by JoMpb B. Bowles.) ' "The real truth," said Phyllis, ma* festically, rising from the breakfast tabic and smoothing down the ribbons Of her (resh white morning gown, "the real truth is that it was a great mis- take for us ever to get married." "The worst mistake we ever made," •aid Lai. Phyllis folded her table-napkin with superfluous neatness, brushed away an invisible crumb from her dainty skirt, and looked thoughtfully out of the (window. "I suppose it can't be helped now?" the said, with a note of interrogation. "1 suppose not," groaned Lai. "I do not think that the law as yet permits a man to divorce his wife be- cau...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 August 1906

T II < Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS t Wellman's Persistency. The indefatigable Walter Wellman. has established wireles telegraph con- nection between the Arctic regions and Washington preparatory to em- barking on his hazardous aerial polar expedition. Interest in the venture will increase as the time approaches- f6r the final launching of the airship from the station off the north coasti of Norway in August, the ill fate of) the Andre expedition preparing the public mind ominously for another plunge into the silences of the Arctic., The Wellman expedition is, however,' equipped doubly. The dirigible bal- Joon and Wireless telegraphy w%re not available to Andre, and it is with the aid of these two inventions that the intrepid Wellman hopes to return. Andre made the trip one way. Well- man, the man, becomes for the mo- ment a prominent figure among the daring adventurers of romance and history, Whatever wisdom may lie in his venture, and however...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 August 1906

Sfel >0000009 armers' Co-operative Union of America. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Don't let the talk of men excite you. It is events that move the world, it is the doers of things that you want to "keep tab on." Brother Alfred M. Colwick has com- menced the publication of the "Farm- ers' Union Magazine" at Dallas, Texas, and he has made a winner of the first issue. It Is one of the meatiest publi- cations that we have had the pleasure of reading lately. Say, neighbor, you who have to haul yonr winter's wood, don't you think it an awfully good time right now to get that wood up, before the fall work and the fall rains prevent you from doing it right at the right time? Those who have had sense enough to plant a few monring glory, moon cypress, or even gourd vines, and put up a poet or two and some strings, now have a fine summer harbor to rest under. The others are compelled to "take theirn red hot." The day has passed, if it ever exist- ed, when men needed to be shown the value ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 August 1906

>.«r ■ X. - TLhc Sticker* BELL'S SPEECH. RAYMOND WiNFftEE, Editor and Publisher E-ntored at the Schulenburg postoffloe as eoond-clasa matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 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 linethat wo may make note of it. But be sure to sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY. AUG. 23, 1906. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. It is all oyer now. The Campbells have "came." Now the campaign is history work for ochulenburcr. The continued rains are interfer- ing with our farmers in gathering their cotton. The Fayette County vote went for Bell on the second ballot. What has the Brenham Bannner to say about it? Work as hard for your town and county foi the next two years as you did for your favorite candidate for governor and note the results. The weather man has been yery unkind to us this year. Dry wea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 August 1906

" • v- \ .■. ; • X;i ' ■ - 1' 1 M* 3J££? Ms m HO RNER'S jfn up-to-date line of Spring and Summer 7)ress Soods in plain white, figured Xawns, Organdies, Crepe, 'Dimity, (jtc. ffieacty to wear Soods. * " jCadies* Embroidered Waists, Sit A and jCawn. fDress Skirts, 77?oh air and Xawn, 97/uslin 7/nderwear, Jffosiery, etc., £olts, Jfrans. tyeckwear, Comb sets and Small wear at {Prices to Suit any ZPurse Call and be Convinced HORNER'S JtlfAMMLBT MtJSPOBT. The following Is the market report as compli- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lh qniet Nominal. 9 5-8 Cotton Seed per 100 lba — #5 Corn 72 Kgffg .. — Butter (cooking) 7-12 Batter ftable)— 10 12 1-2 Chlokena (aa to size) spring 8c Hens 7o lb Roosters - 12 Turkeys per lb Nominal cc Bacon ~in™ Lard.. .. -10,lb Cabbage ——— Potatoes, per 100 lbs - - 100 Onions per 100 lbe good - 86 Butter Market dull. Chlx needed Eggs: £Good demand Cotton Declining Ice C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 August 1906

THE GOLDEN CALF NINTH—In Cloud and Pillar Series A STORY OF THE WILDERNESS JOURNEY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE By the "Highway and Byway" Preacher (Copyright, 1906, by the author, W. 8. Edson.) Scripture Authority:—Exodus 32d chapter. ☆•☆•☆•☆•☆•☆•☆•☆•☆•☆•☆•☆•■ft* ty & • SERMONETTE. • • The second commandment is • • one specifically violated in the « *<" 82d chapter of Exodus. Israel • had not chosen other gods, but jj. • rather their sin was that of • • seeking to bring the worship of • the true God down to the low rj. and materialistic level of hu- • man conceptions. They sought • • to make their religion conform • J to that of Egypt, just as we find & to-day the worship of God cor- rj. 5 rupted by worldliness and the ^ • mockery of mere show and • J fleshly activities. ^ i> There is not much tendency ^ S to-day to deny the true God. j*. • With few exceptions, people • ^ when asked 'will avow a belief 9 in God. But of the rearing of # 5, graven images there is much. • The en...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 August 1906

pi pi'" - Iffe W'r MISS LEOPOLD, SECY LIEDERKRANZ, Writes .' " Three Years Ago My System Wets In a Run-Boivn Condition. 1 Owe to Pe-ru-na My Restoration to Health and Strength iiiiitii Miss Ricka Leopold IWflSS RICKA LEOPOLD, 137 Main "■■•street, Menasha, Wis., Sec'y Lied- erkranz, writes: "Three years ago my system was in a terrible run-down condition and I was broken out all over my body. I began to be worried about my condition and I was glad to try anything which would relieve me. ''Peruna was recommended to me aa a fine blood remedy and tonic, and I soon found that it was worthy of praise. "A few bottles changed my condition materially and in a short time I was all over my trouble. "I owe to Peruna my restoration to health and strength, t am glad to en- dorse it." Pe-ru-na Restores Strength. Mrs. Hettie Green, R. R. 0, Iuka, I1L, ■writes: " I had catarrh and felt misera- ble. I began the use of Peruna and began to improve in every way. My head does not hurt me so much, my appet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 August 1906

•• .s*? You can save the cost of your subscription by closly watch- ing the ads in The Schulenburg Sticker and you can learn how to make the most money on the farm by reading the Galveston Semi-Weekly News. By subscribing now through us you get both papers for $1.75 a year. Subscribe now. ' ' ' ' . « THE j YOU BUY FROM i '*• S. T. Schaefer. Will Please You as it is selected carefully A sold only at living profits. He also hanoles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's ^^-HARDWARE.——6- Coffins and Caskets sold. Hearse in connection GENERAL DIRECTORY LET US ANGE V 1 OMTORT OUR FIRST CONSID tW.G.CftUSH &.P.4T.A. (w a \ /vm r \ / R. A. WOLTERS. Governor 8. W. T. Lanham Lieut.-Go vernor Geo. D. Neal Attorney-General C. K. Bell Comptroller J. W. Stephens Treasurer John W. Bobbins Commissioner Land Office J. J. Terrel Supt. Public Instruction Arthur Lefevre SUPREME COURT. Chief Justice R. K. Gaines Associate Justice | J J wUliams Coarf 0f Criminal Apptals. W L Davidson, P J J N Henderson...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 30 August 1906

„ ; mm- Qua Russek insurance Representing the leading Companies of the World. UaU.,.«r ^*TI* CYRIL PETER, Ttll work of the /erst" order. . Wir ■ iliW . •iv- mm* r:*-. Jf I SIS w& & ' m SRaymomd Win free, Settlor. SP/a/n Words are Sver the S&esf, One *Dellar 2/ear VOL. XIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, AUGUST 30, 1906. NO. 3 In a Sisterly Way By F. M. Peacock (Copyright, by Joseph B. Bowles.) f ' They were "society pals," if my read- ers will tolerate such a slangy descrip- tion of them. They had only known each otter for a few months, and without being act- ually in love, were conscious of a feeling of satisfaction when each cai;ght sight of the other in a draw- ing-room. "She's here, anyhow, so it won't be so very deadly," was more than once the unspoken observation of Jim Eroughton, as he found himself per- haps one of three men handing tea and coffee at a five o'clock, where females most do congregate. Maude, also, had more than once said to her sister ?.3 she...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 30 August 1906

Ssgj-J Hk . - The Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor i- SCHULENBURG, - TEXA8 The Evil of Easy Credit. That people of moderate resource^ are much given to living beyond theiii means in the effort to keep up with their richer contemporaries is a fact long established. The Massachusetts bureau of labor statistics arrives at this old conclusion by a new route. In so doing, it suggests that to the extensive employment of credit and the installmeut system moral as well as economic unwisdom may attach. The bureau has gathered figures to show the uncollectible indebtedness of the people of the state. They are very large figures. A disregard is in evidence, amazing in the aggregate of its results,' of the claims of butch- ers, grocers and other small trades- men. It is implied in the Report that to the spreading of the installment business to an extreme much of this evil is traceable. Credit has beoome so easy that the responsibilities of debt are more lightly regarded. As against t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 30 August 1906

|f|^5 O JOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC o Some Weed Pests of the Farm Farmers' Co-operative Union of America. ©0000000000000-000000000000000000000000000000-0-00000000 Reports come from the corn dis- tricts that the crop of this year will break all records. This immense crop is going to be sacrificed, as all bumper crops have been, if some thing novel in the way of handling and diposing of it is not done once. Here is where the Farmers' Union should get awful busy. There is a way to prevent the selling of corn at a trifling price his fall, only to be repurchased in the spring at the or- dinary spring price of feed. Will the bankers come to the res- cue of the cotton warehouse? Such a silly, question. Will a duck swim? is a question that there is more room to debato. What in the thunder is the bank going to do with it's money if it does not go into the cotton crop? Do you think that the bankers have little enough common sense to throw away round American dollars th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 30 August 1906

[8k?■■■:> ZCbe 5ttcket\ RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Schulenburg postoffico as eoond-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION,*i.oo PER ANNUM The 8ticxer invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings end comings of the town. It you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a line that we may make note of it. But be sure to sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY. AUG-30, 1906. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. HOW FAYETTE VOTED. After the withdrawal of Mr. Col- quitt, acting as chairman of the delegation f-om Fayette, the edi- tor prepared the next ballot ol this county. Being bound under the unit rule, a vote of the delegation was solicited by us to determine where the dropped yote from Fay- ette county shoulc go. Being „ bound by the wish of our people. Judge Duncan and the writer from LaGrange, John A. Menefee ot Fla tonia and Dr. L. G. Thornton of West Poivt decided that the vote should go to Campbe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 30 August 1906

;••••. ■>" ' HORNER'S jfn up-to-date line of Spring and Summer Press Soods in plain white, figured jCawns, Organdies, Crepe, Pimity, €tc. Steady to Wear Soods. jCadies' Embroidered Waists, Silk and jCawn. Press Skirts, 77?oh air and JCawn, 71?u si in Tlnderwear, Jtosiery, etc., belts, Sans. 9/ec A wear, Combsets and Smalt wear at ^Prices to Suit any tPurse Call and 60 Convinced - HORNER'S 4mbkjsr report. The following U the market report as compil- 1 by H. Horner, and changed weekly, acoord- ; to the highest market prloes paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY ' new per lb quiet Nominal. 1 Seed per 100 Iba ... 1 (cooking). it n ■ /table)-.. 10 " i faa to lie) spring 8c Hens.... ys per lb Nominal. per 100 lbs I per 100 lbs good Market doll, needed £Good demand I Cotton Declining 9 5-8 05 70 9 7-12 121-2 . 7c lb 12 1-2 6c ... 10 ..101b ... 1c .100 85 See F. C. Stanzel's ad in this is- / V*. Mrs. Geo. Wood is visiting ip [oustoo. •«■??■; >'< Ice Cream, Ice Cream delicious id good. Next ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 30 August 1906

M w I sA:-" ■-' •*y i. ?, V,. ■ &sfc." ->- The Bad Eoy Writes of Ancient and Modern Highwaymen—He Gets a Taste of High Life and His Dad Tells the Story of the Pickleman's Daughter. BY HON. GEORGE W. PECK. (Ex-Governor of Wisconsin, formerly pub- Usher of "Peck's Sun," author of "Peck's Bad Boy," etc.) (Copyright, 1U04, by Joseph 13. Bowies.) London. England.—My Dear Old Skate: Well, il we are going to see any of the other countries on this side o 1 the water before our return ticket ex- pires, we have'got to be getting a move on, and dad says in about a week we will be doing stunts in Paris that will bring about a revolution, and wind up the re- public of France, and seat some nine- fcpot on the throne that Napoleon used to wear out his buckskin pants on. Dad asked me tother day what I cared ir.ost to see in London, and I told him I wanted to visit Newgate prison,"and the places made famous by the bold highwaymen of a century or two ago. He thought I was daffy, but when I tol...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 30 August 1906

IS CONQUERED WEMTIOIS AVOIDED. led Success of Lydia E. Pink. a'a Vegetable Compound in the > of Mrs. Fannie D. Fox. s of the greatest triumphs of Lydia l's Vegetable Compound is of woman's dread en- >wth of a tumor is so sly that itly its presence is not suspected . it is far advanced. ■Mrs. Fannie D. fox So-called "wandering pains" may come from its early stages, or the snce of danger may be made mani- iby profuse monthly periods, accom- aied by unusnal pain, from the lomen through the groin and thighs. If you have mysterious pains, if there are indications of inflammation or dis* placement, secure a bottle of Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound right away and begin its use. Mrs. Pinkham, of Lyn give you her advice if you will write her about yourself. She is the daugh- ter-in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-five years has been advising sick women free of charge. Dear Mrs. Pinkham:— " I take the liberty to congratulate you on the success I have had with your wonderfu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 30 August 1906

mmm I . - i ' You can save the cost of your subscription by closely watch- ing the ads in The Schulenburg Sticker and you can learn how to make the most money on the farm by reading the Galveston Semi=Weekly News. By subscribing now throu h us you get both papers for $1.75 a year. Subscribe now. THE I •at YOU BUY FROM GENERAL DIRECTORY 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.— Coffins and Caskets sold. Hearse in connection ANGE I OMFORT OUR FIRST CONS1D WmTT W.G.CRUSM &P.ST.A R A. WOLTERS. Governor S. W. T. Lanham Lieut.-Governor Geo. D. Neal Attorney-General C. K. Bell Comptroller J. W. Stephens | Treasurer John W. Robbins I Commissioner Land Office | J. J. Terr el Supt. Public Instruction Arthur Lefevre SUPREME COURT. Chief Justice R. R. Gaines Associat« Justice j £ J wuilama Court of Criminal Appeals. W L Davidson, P J J N Hendarson and M Brooks Associates. ^ C...

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

ilk- ' JE ' fill •. Qu8 I^ussek INSURANCE Representing the leading ^Ciompanies of the World. CYRIL PETER, jfll wor/c of the first- order. tTtaymomd 7Vin free, Gditor. (Plain Words are Sver the S&est. One *D*llar 2/ear VOL. XIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1906. NO 4. TEACHERS OF FAYETTE- LaGrange, Tex., Aug. 30.—The Fayette County Teachers' Institute opened at 8:SO Tuesday',with eighty teachers present. Superintendent G. A. Stierling opened the exercsses with a few remarks on contracts and vouchers and the manner of filling them out. Teachers were allowed pay for three days of the week's attend" ance. Mr, Stierling thought it best to make out the first month's report for seventeen days' teach- ing and three days' attendance at the Institute. Prof. Thos. Huff of the San An- tonio city schools was called on to address the institute. He said he was like a dry sponge; that he had come to ab- sorb and not to be squeezed. Mr. Huff fayored the institute ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 September 1906

"'r - ?-■" *4-- —,, W The rt; Jt it! S? " hkr ?' fell i &i: H Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WINFEEB, Editor SCHULENBUKGr, - TEXW3 DISCUSS INTERVENTION UPRISING IN SANTIAGO CAUSE8 GREATEST CONCERN. The Educational - Spirit. Dr. Andrew S. Draper, writing on the trend of our modern education in Appleton's for August, closes his pa- per with this significant paragraph: "No one can foresee the destiny of the republic, but that there is an ed- ucational purpose abroad in the land which has never before been so per- vasive and so ambitious in any land seems clear. It is the spirit of a mighty people, gathered from the ends of the earth, enlightened by the world experiences of a thousand years. It is the spirit of a people with out- look and expectancy. They expect to use the wealth and the political power of the nation to make certain that every son and daughter of the nation shall have the fullest and freest ed- ucational opportunity. The functions of the state concerning every manner o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 September 1906

progress in cultivation of plants for drugs GARDEN TOOLS. m By Rodney Et. True, Physiologist in Charge of Drug Plant Investigation* Bureau of Plant Industry. From the most ancient times man- kind has turned to the plant world not only for foods and fibers, but also for medicinal substances to combat his physical ailments; and, in spite of the important contributions made by <jhemistry, and in later days by organ therapy, to the materia medica, the vegetable kingdom still forms the most important single source to which the physician turns for disease-coun- teracting substances. j An examination of the official list of crude drug3 of plant origin develops the fact that a large proportion of the Transplanted Seedling of Cascara Sa- grada—About Three Years OJd, Four Feet High and Trans- planted Twice. species represented is found growing in the United States. Many of them are weeds, often classed as noxious by the farmer; others are simply wild plants ef the fields and forests of dif...

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