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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 September 1906

._ v * IIS \ .. *1 \W:' & " TCbc Sticker. -: /-• % RAfMOM) WINFREE, Editor mil Publisher Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as eoond-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION,$i.oo PER ANNUM Thi Sticker invites the public to keep it potted concerning the goings and comings of the town. If 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. SEPT. 6, 1906. guished editor of the Zeitung. It proposes to drop the suoject here having once and for all explained itsjpoeition on the subject, but it doesjnot propoie to cease to warn its fiienda against the unwise poli- cy of those who have now assum- ed leadership in the public affairs of our county. Although the prohibition ques- tion was not an issue in the gover- nor's campaign, Brooks and Col- quitt* made it a strong issue be- tween themselves, we .belieye that the least that kis Jsaid about it is best, but when...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 September 1906

s- "?y' iif ■Bay"""' — SjRi a :jV'' t ' HO ENEE'S « . jfn up-to-date line of Spring and Summer *Dress Soods in plain white, figured jCawns, Organdies, Crepe, 'Dimity, Ctc. • Sfreacty to Wear Soods. jCadics' Embroidered Waists, Silk and jCawn, *Dress Skirts, 91/oh air and jCawn, 77fuslin Underwear, \ JfcosieryA etc., S&elts, J'arts. 9/echwear, Combsets and Small wear at Prices to Suit any ZPurse Call and be Convinced . { ■ ^ HOE N E R^S 9JBPOMT. The following 1* the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNKDAY Cotton new per lb qnlet Nominal. 8 3-4 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs . 66 Corn * 66 Butter (cooking) 7-12 Butter (table) 10 H1-2 Chlokena (as to slxe)sprlng 8c Hens 7c lb Roosters 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal 8c Bacon 10 Lard. 101b Cabbage „. lc Potatoes, per 100 lbs ....100 Onions per 100 lbs good T„...~ 86 Butter Market dull. Chlx needed Eggs: JGood demand Cotton Declining JiiS Mr. Roy Culle...

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

~7-: I Sits fg|1 W. J. BRYAN'S MADISON SQUARE GARDEN SPEECH Like all travelers who have ♦islted other lands, 1 return with delight to the land of my birth, more proi.d of its people, with more confidence lu its government, and grateful to the kind Providence that cast my lot in the United States. My national pride has b,een increased because of abundant evidence I have seen of the altruistic interest taken by Americans in the people of. other c."<untrifs. No other nation can show such a record of benevo- lence and disinterested friendship. My love for our form of government has been quickened as I have visited castles and towers, and peered into dirk dungeons, and I am glad that our nation, profi.ing by the experience of the past, and ye. unhampered by traditions. and unfettered by caste, has been permitted to form a new center of civilization on new soil, and erect here a "government of the peop.ti, by the people, and also for the people." I also return more deeply impressed tha...

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

&m, § J| 1 . .. - HEALTHY OLD AGE "EN THE BEST PART OF LIFE for Women Passing Through Change of Life ividence has allotted us - each at seventy years in which to fulfill in in life, and it is generally ault if we die prematurely. - ► J JWrj.MaryKoe hn e out excess outJnto p faJBfcshe shaSy at. Nervous exhaustion invites disease. This statement is the positive truth. When everything becomes a burden and you cannot walk a few blocks with- out excessive fatigue, and you break i perspiration easily, and your les, and you grow excited and b. the least provocation, and you cannot bear to be crossed in any- thing, you are in danger; your nerves have given out; you need building up at once! TO build up woman's nerv- ous system and during the period of change of life we know of no better | medicine than Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound. Here is an illus- tration. Mrs. Mary L. Koehne, 371 Garfield Avenue, Chicago, 111., writes: "I have used Lydia E. Pinktaam'sVegetabla Compound for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 September 1906

• 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 through us you get both papers for $1.75 a year. Subscribe now. HPT-T 'Pr JL JL m M V 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. Coffins and Caskets sold. Hearse in connection LET US AN6E V 1 1 OMFORT OUR FIRST CONSID «W.G.CRUSH aP.4T?A. DALLAS, TEX. K., A. WOLTERS. GENERAL DIRECTORY Governor S. W. T. Lanham Lieut.-Governor Geo. D. Neal Attorney-General C. K. Bbll Comptroller J. \V. Stephens Treasurer John W. Robbing Commissioner Land Office J. J. Terr el Supt. Public Instruction Arthur Lefevre 8UPBBME COURT. Chief Justice R. li. Gaines -Associa^ Justice j ^ ** wmYarns Court of Criminal Appeals. W L Davidson, P J J N Henderson and M M Bro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 September 1906

CYRIL PETER, I j€ll work of the first- order, Representing the leading ^Companies of the World. fflaymomct 10in free, Sditor, iP/am Words are Suer the SSest, One 0#liar 2/ear VOL. XIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1906. NO 5. I If % HP : m A Revolution in Panama By Frank Llllie Pollock (Copyright, by Joseph B. Bowles.) San Sebastian village is merely an appendage to the big coffee plantation!, and in its 30 or 40 mud and grass huts dwell the cultivators with their fam- ilies. It stands near the river and upon the great trail that runs clear to Panama, down which the coffee is sent on mule-back. Fitzgerald, as the manager of the plantation, exercised Anglo-Saxon su- premacy over the black, brown and yellow peons in his pay. Usually the village had furnished all the labor necessary, but this particular «eason the work languished for lack •of hands, while the war plague was likely to descend upon the plantation .-At any moment. At the capital the governm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 September 1906

The W Schvlenburg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS The Cost of Cities. New York city's budget next year will be $116,805,490,37. This is one- fifth of the total expenditures of the 151 cities of the United States hav- ing a population of over 30,000. In- cluding the bond issues New York) spends one-third. New York spends more than the six next largest cities —Chicago, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Baltimore, Boston and Cleveland. Al- though its population is only twice Chicago's, its government costs four times as much. Its debt is more than a third of the aggregate city debt, which is larger than the national debt The per capita debt of all these cities is $57 or less than half New York's. New York's expenditures ex- ceed those of any foreign city. The London council uses only $50,000,000 a year. Parish expenditures do not bring the total to the New York fig- ure. The expenditures of the German empire are less than Ave times as great, those of the kingdom of Prus- si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 September 1906

fj r' V- THE BEET WEBB WORM AND HOW TO FIGHT IT By Pro£ Clarence P. Gillette, Entomologist, Colorado Ex- periment Station. This insect is not very well known, although it has been credited with attacking the beet crop in the vicin- ity of Fort Collins and also in the state of Nebraska twelve years ago. It has also been known, the profes- sor says, to attack the mint crop in Michigan. In 1903 the sugar beet crop was attacked at several points in Colorado. In that year the first reports of their presence was received In July, and ij 1904 in June. Two later broods appeared, one in July and the other in August, and this latter proved the most destructive. By August 22 they had all disap- peared. Spraying with Paris green and arsenite of ltyne water was tried, and the former proved quite effective in destroying the pest. The growers whose fields were attacked estimated their losses at from one to five tons of beets per acre. Analyses by the chemists at the sugar factory indi- cated a los...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 September 1906

v . i IP^I v.*?.'" ir ZEbe Sticker. RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Schulenburg poatofflce as econd-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION, Si.oo PER ANNUM The Stickek 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 line that we may make note of it. But be sure to sign your name to it as an evidence of Its genuineness. THURSDAY. SEPT. 13, 1906. A PLAIN CASE OF BUNCO. We^can not understand why any one prefers sending off to these mail order nouses for articles you can buyi right in the city or have thehome mercbantorder ai.d for the eauie money. It has come to light where one of our enterprising(?) farmers was made a victim of the mail order houses a few days ago. He sent in an order for a Winches- ter riiie and a few other goods ana..when the order arrived the farmer takes the box home and when he opens it up the rifle is missing. This'farmer w so short sighted t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 September 1906

HM HO ENEB'S Jfn up-to -date line of Spring and Summer jDross Soods in plain white, figured jCawns, Organdies, Crepe, 'Dimity, Ctc. S?eacty to Wear Soods. jCadies' Cmbroidered Waists, cSi/A and jCawn. fDress Shirts, 97^oh air and jCawn, 97?u si in Underwear, Jfosiery, etc., belts, J^ans. Tfeehwear, Combsets and SmaU wear at ZPrices to Suit any tPurse Call and be Convinced HOE NEB'S Mjuurr BMUPOxr. The fallowing Is the market report as compil- ed br H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WBDNBDAY Cotton new per lb qnlet Nominal. 9 Cotton 8eed per 100lbs - 50 Better (oooid'ng) 7-12 Butter (table) — 10121*2 Chickens fas to slie) spring 10c Hens 7c lb Roosters 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal - 5-8c Baoon... — — 10 Lard. , 10 lb Cabbage ~.T~ lc Potatoes, per 100 lbs /.... 100 Onions per 100 lbs good 100 Batter Market dull. Chlx needed Eggs: SGood demand Cotton Declining Ice Cream, Ice Cream delicious and good. Next door to P. 0. Mr. Glec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 September 1906

SR* m The Age of Lead. We are wont to speak of this era as the "age of Iron," and there is no gainsaying that, industrially speaking, Iron is a "precious metal." Nevertheless, few people realize how "useful, if not absolutely neces- sary, to modern civilization, is that other metal, lead. Soft, yielding, pliable, it is not much like its sister metal, but those distinguishing quali- ties are what give it such a prominent place in the arts and industries. Modern plumbing, requiring many turnings and twistings, but withal tight joints, would be almost impos- sible without lead pipe. The great- est civilizing agent In the world—the printing art—is absolutely dependent on lead. Hand-set type, linotype "slugs," monotype type—all are made of compositions of which lead Is the chief component—to say noth- ing of the bearings in the presses as well as all other kinds of machinery in which "babbitt" metal is used. Solder is another lead product— What a field of usefulness that one form opens u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 September 1906

PUTNAM FADELESS DYES color Bilk, Wool and Cotton at one boiling, tut, beautiful colors. 10c per package. Wonder why it is a spinster caq mover remember anything that oo corred a good many years ago. --- - Garden City, Texas, Jan. 28, 1906. p. l Ward Medicine Co., Big Springs, Texas. Gentlemen—Two boxes of your Kidney " i have cured me of Kidney and Bladder lble. ! hare suffered for more than three years jwith severe backache, having to get up sev- eral times during the night to urinate. I ifeel better, and am able to do more man- pal labor tnan for the past two years, with- it any back ache or symptom of kidney uble. Very truly, A. C. WALKER. ' P. S.—Send us your druggist's name and 10 cents and we will send you a 60-cent box of Ward's Kidney Pills. The greatest Kidney Remedy upon the market. A guaranteed cure for Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Diabetes, Weak and Aching Back, Rheumatism, Frequent Desire to Pass Water, Inflammation, Irritation or Ulceration of the Bladder or Kidneys. R...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 September 1906

tm • l 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 through us you get both papers for $1.75 a year. Subscribe now. THE W X > I ft YOU BUY FROM 5. T. Schaefer, Will Please You as it is selected carefully ft sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's ^■^-HARDWARE.^^ Coffins and Caskets sold. Hearse in conriecti on -JliLJJ li I RT OUR FIRST CONSID «W.G.CRUSH 6.P.ATA. DALLAS, TEX. a <wwm , / /}\ I * ■ m . ...........11 I- f - / s ik\v . * • . > X .V H /b § t m ' i' " lH® fm \ ; ' X / mnr' - v R. A. WOLTERS. GENERAL DIRECTORY * Governor 8. W. T. Lanham Lieut.-Governor... .Geo. D. Neal Attorney-General C. K. Btll Comptroller J. W. Stephens Treasurer John W. Robbins Commissioner Land Office • J. J. Terrel Supt. Public Instruction Arthur Lefevre 8UPBBME COURT. Chief Justi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 September 1906

' ?-r , ' ' ' •' mm® 9HL UnWsrslty AU^TIU llllr S&, ► - PPi m Qua Russekl JRANCE Representing the leading ^^tampanies of the WorlcLj ■6 CYRIL PETER, r jf// work of the first- order. S&aymomd 10in free, Gditor, 3*lain Words are €ver the Siest. One Cellar jf 5/ear VOL. XIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1906. How the l wins Saved the Day (A St* Story) By Jmmes Barr (Copyright, by Joseph B. Bowles.) In the long history of the British Bay? there cannot be found another Such mortifying episode, yet the Brit- ish empire broke into a broad grin When all the circumstances became known. As the Cuna,fd liner Emilia threaded her way down the intricate St Law- rence ^th the prince and princess of Wales en board, peace was being rap- Idly metamorphosed into war. When , the Emilia was off the east coast of Antlcosti a wireless message announced actual war between Eng- land anl France. Commodore Sam* •on, In command, wired that he would lake thi Belle Isle ro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 September 1906

-M"1 ~s r T b e Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor SCfiUDENBUBG, - TEXAS 1 r Stupedous Railway Enterprises. If tbe information conveyed in a dis- patch, $rom Par.L3 prove correct, a be- gi^ntni - is about to b§ made in the most stupendous enterprise of its kind ever undertaken. The report from tb$ French capital is to the ef- fect that the syndicate represented by Baron 'Loicq de Lobel has been au- thorized, by an order issued by the fvzar of Russia, to start operations on the Trans-Siberian-Alaska railroad project. This involves nothing less than the!' construction of a railroad line from Siberia to the American ter- ritory of ,Alajka by bridging and tun- neling the intervening waters, includ- ing Bering Strait. Previous statements that the work is to be financed to the extent of $150,000,000 to $200,000,000 hy American and European capitalists are repeated, and the story has every . indication of being put forth in good faith. As has already been shown, says the Troy Time...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 September 1906

m Farmers' Co-Operative Union Of America ================= Taking the name of the Farmers' Educational and Co-operative Union as a whole, and as a text, the duties of the member is pretty fully defined therein. Parmer is a word which means in its most liberal and compre- hensive sense that man who is en* gaged in the producing and handling of the products of the soil. He it is who plants, cultivates, harvests and markets the soil's returns. That man who spends his time and intelligence in this work is a farmer. That is a definition of the proper material of which to make the best sort of a un- ion man. Then for him to succeed best as an individual, it is necessary for him to be educated. He must know how to .handle, test and sum up results, and he must be able to tell what, when find how to handle differ- ent sorts of plants on the different soils, and he must be able to know how to treat and handle the same plants on the same soils under differ- ing conditions. The third term of ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 September 1906

Sife Zhe Sticker. ftATMONB WIIIFREE, Editor Ml hkllshir Entered at the Sohulenburg poetofflce " aeond-olaas matter. GERMAN IMMIGRATION FOR TEXAS' The Ocmifne fell bear thfa Trade-Mark. Reward of Imitations. SUBSCRIPTION,? 1.00 PER ANNUM Tax Stickkr invites the public to keep It •oeted conoerntjig the goings and oomlngs of the " " " "" *"M " If you are leaving town or have frlenda visiting you or departing, drop us a line that we may make mote of it. But be sure to sign] genuine your name to it as an ovldenoe of Its mess. ' THURSDAY. SEPT. SO, 1806. Cut out the mail order houses. They do not pay taxes to help keep up your county and city; or help educate your boys and girls and money sent them neve* comes back. Keep the money in your city, county and state and there is a probability of it returning to you again. The Sticker bas been preaching against ithe mail order business since its first issue and will con- tinue tp do so. It is a menande to any town and community. We haye heard J...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 September 1906

HORNER'S Jin up-to-date line of Spring and Summer *Dress Soods in plain white, figured jCawns, Organdies, Crepe, 'Dimity, Cte. \ {Ready to Wear Soods. jCadies' Embroidered Waists, Silk and jCawn, 7)ress Skirts, 97?oh air and jCawn, 97/uslin Underwear, Jfcosiery, eto., Sftelts, J^ans. Tfechwear, Com bsets and Small wear at Prices to Suit any tPurse Call and be Convinced HORNER'S AfBKKr ALPORT. The following Is the market report u compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prioea paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton sew per lb quiet Nominal. 91-16 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 56 Better (co^)^~;- 7-12 Bntter (table). —— 10121 -2 Chlokens (as to slse)spring 10c Hens 7c lb Roosters 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal 5-6o Bacon 10 Lard. 101b Cabbage . lc Potatoes, per 100 lbs : 100 Onions per 100 lbs good 100 Bntter Market dull. Chlx needed 5 Eggs: £Good demand Cotton Steady Sell your Beeswax to Levey. Mr. Fred Ebeiing is in Houston. See Ruhmanns ad in this issue....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 September 1906

m w*mm i - Wanted His Cigar Boiled. Kloaeman—I gave you one of those cigars the other day, didn't I? Wiseman—Yes, I remember it very well. Kloseman—How would you like to have one now? Wiseman—Boiled, I guess. They don't seem quite wholesome raw."— Philadelphia Press. Proper Covering. It isn't necessary for a man to know enough to go in when it rains if he has a borrowed umbrella. The rays of happiness, like those of light, are colorless when unbroken. —Longfellow. Automobiles have horns, but that Isn't what makes them dangerous. A NERVOUS WRECK Mrs. Green Gained 26 Pounds an# Recovered Her Health bv Takiny Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. General debility is a term that covers ft multitude of cases where there is no acute disease, yet the patient continues to lose strength and the doctor's medi- cines have no apparent effect. This is the decline that leads to death if means are not found to check it. In a great majority of cases Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will check it and restore health and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 September 1906

-;Vr, ■gSPpfl m m WOMEN'S NEGLECT SUFFERINGTHESUREPENALTY Health Thus Lost Is Restored by Lydia E. Pinkham >s Vegetable Compound. How many women do you know who are perfectly well and strong? We hear every day the same story over and over again. " I do not feel well; I am so tired all the time !" 7 ■ W-- ■ - * : Ali ss nate Ms Donald More than likely you speak the same words yourself, and no doubt you feel far from well. The eause may be easily traced to some derangement of the fe- male organs which manifests itself in depression of spirits, reluctance to go anywhere or do anything, backache, bearing-down pains, flatulency, nerv- ousness. sleeplessness, or other fe- male weakness. These symptoms are but warnings that there is danger ahead, and unless heeded a life of suffering or a serious operation is the inevitable result. The never-failing remedy for all these symptoms is Lydia £. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound. Miss Kate McDonald of Woodbridge, N. J., writes: Dear Mrs. Pinkha...

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