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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 September 1906

- V- . . 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. A Wm m 0 m 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. Hearse in connection GENERAL DIRECTORY LET US ANGE Y 1 OMFORT OUR FIRST CONS1D W.6.CRUSH UP4T.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. Bobbins Commissioner Land Office........ J. J. Terr el Supt. Public Instruction. Arthur Lefevre SUPREME COURT. Chief J ustice R. K. Gaines Associat« Justice j £ ** Williams Court of Criminal Appeals. W L Davidson, P J J N Henderson and M M Brooks A...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 September 1906

s&tfU / rap M: ^Qus Rusaek ' INSURANCE Representing the leading ^Companies of the WorlcHg CYRIL PETER, TH r j{ll work of tho Staj/momd Win free, Gditor* ,* ZPlain Words are €ver the S&est. One 'Dollar j( 2/ear VOL XIII. SOHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1906. - r NO 7. Dallas, Texas, September 21.— The folio wing statement was made public tonight by Senator Joseph W. Bailey, in reply to criticisms of him and his re- cord, which baye been circulated during the past few days: "The democrats ef Texas have not forgotten that exaotly this same kind of a fight was made on me when I was first elected to the senate six years ago. After I had won [the senatorship in a fair con- test before the people, & coterie of dissatisfied politicians made a desperate attempt to defeat my election by the legistature. '•The present agitation was largetyinaugurated by the same men, with some outside assistance, and is predicted on exactly the same tran action. "*y cand...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 September 1906

hi The | . t'-y~ ' '••V-V- ' /', ^ #1: ht a • Ifer-: te-,. ^pi| gfc Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WI-VFREa, Editor SOES INTO THE RIVER SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS I New Army Bulle\ It would seem that in the type of bullet about to be adopted by the army there is a potent argument for peace. This bullet is a third light- ei an any now in use, but it is moAi deadly. Its penetrating power is such that at a mile it would pass through 15 men, if these had the mischance to stand in line in front of it. At short range, says the Phila- delphia Ledger, it will go through 39 inches of seasoned oak. At BOO yards 32 inches of /white pine fail to stoi it, and at 1,000 yards it is equal tc piercing 14% inches. The day wh ® safety lies in dodging behind a tret appears to be passing. The stronj point about this admirable bullet ia the flat trajectory. With the present style-of bullet, fired at a target 1,00(1 yards distant, one could stand with perfect immunity at many points be- tween the muzzle and the ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 September 1906

rfe#; tw.lV ' VfTA V V'-?'," • ■ •M-t HHPs! .*•• i-,. Kg* | B V • If# s iH:?, W4 W&-'.% ■ t M • > Farmers' Co-Operative Union Of A merica A STUDY OF THE EFFECT _____ OF INBREEDING IN PLANTS'j| CALIFORNIA Ask your newspaper to talk eleven cent cotton. Don't sell it unless you get its worth. Texas Unions are all in good shape; Texas Unions owe it to it to the Un- ions all over the Nation,to set the pace. The little differences of opinion about union matters should cut no ice. What we want is better cultural methods, better seeds, better breeds and better markets in which to buy and sell. These are what Unions are for, and other matters are extraneous and are likely to be hurtful. Kick out all that is not for better living and happier living. UP-TO-DATE FARMING. "Controlled Marketing" Is a stronger lever to lift farm mortgages than "greater production.' Therfore we are constrained to say, of what avail is a large membership without the correct plan and founda- tion based on a pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 September 1906

XLhc Sticker. RAYMOND WUIFREE, Editor mil Publisher Entered at ttaa Sohulenburg postoffloe as •coad-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $i.oo PER ANNUM Th* 8ticmr invites the public to keep It potted ooncernlng the goings and comings or the town. If you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop os a line that we may make note of it. But be sure to sign your name to it as an evidence of its ganomeneae. THURSDAY. SEPT- 8r, 1906. Bryan, Bailey, Burgess. Th* Sticker is for the three "B's" first, last and all the time. They stand for Bryan, Bailey and Burgess. Bailey is letting his enemie have their say and then he will aay this little say and then his enemies will look like 30c worth of dog meat. The Farmers' Co-operative Un- ion news in the Sticker grows more interesting with each is ue. Now is the time to subscribe and keep in touch with the Union. The Hon. Geo. F. Burgess has' established neadquarters at Colum- bus and will carry on his fight from that place. Old Fayet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 September 1906

V?-r HO ENBR'S J%n up "to "date line of Spring and Summer 7)ress Soods in plain white, figured jCawns, Organdies, Crepe, dimity, Ctc, {Ready to Wear Soods. jCadies' Embroidered Waists, Silk and jCawn.fDress Skirts, 77/oh air and jCawn, 97/u si in Ttn dor wear, Jfosiery, etc., 58eIts, Sans. 9/eckwear, Combsets and Small wear at ^Prices to Suit any SPurse Call and be Convinced HORNER'S \ JU4MBUBT XtSPOUr. The following 1e tho market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb quiet Nominal. 88-4 Cotton Seed per 100 lba 55 Corn BO Eggs - '• I 8 Batter (cooking) 7-12 Butter (table) - — 10121-2 Chickens (as to size) spring lOo Hens 7c lb Roosters 12 1-2 Tarkers per lb Nominal 5-6c Bacon - 10 Lard 10 lb Cabbage - lc Potatoes, per 100 lbs .. -100 Onions per 100 lbs good -.100 Butter Market dull. Chlx needed Eggs: SGood damand Cotton Weak Sell your Beeswax to Levey. Mita Annie Nordhaueen is vi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 September 1906

MIRIAM THE LEPER FOURTEENTH-In Cloud and Pillar Series A STOIY OF THE WILDERNESS JOURNEY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE By the "Highway and Byway" Preacher iCepyright, liWO, by the author, W. S. Kdaon.) Scripture Authority: — Numbers chapter 12. OOOCOO<KX>Op<><XKKK)<>0<XK)<><)<>0 SERMONETTE. This twelfth chapter of Num- bers Is one for the Christian to study with prayerful heart- searching, for among the Lord's servants to-day there is much of jealousy; much of spiritual pride; much of unholy criti- cism. Strange that such a dark chapter could be written con- cerning Miriam and Aaron, and strange that to-day there are similar dark chapters in the lives of Christian workers. How often is the coming of Christ's kingdom hindered by the jeal- ousies among those into whose hands the work has been com- mitted. Jealousy of another's position, or authority, or abil- ties, or success, or methods, is allowed to find lodgment in the heart. Then does the jealous hea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 September 1906

;rw. v A, DANGEROUS PRACTICE. Burning Off Paint Make* Insurance Void. It seems that considerable danger to property exists in the practice of burning off old paint before re-paint- ing. The question has long been a subject of debate in the technical journals, and now householders and the newspapers have begun to discuss Those Of us who, with trembling, have watched the painters blow a fiery blast from their lamps against our houses, and have looked sadly at the size of our painting bill because of the time wasted on this prelimin- ary work, are interested in the in- vestigation by the Greenfield (Mass.) Gazette and Courier, which gives con- siderable space to the reasons for the practice, questions its necessity and suggests ways to prevent the risk of burning down one's house in order to get the old paint off. It says: "There is a good deal of discussion among householders as to the desir- , ability, in painting houses, of burning off the eld paint, a practice that has grown very c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 September 1906

-- '■ .. " I 18 ffe " *& 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 $1.75 a year. Subscribe now. wm -1K- YOU BUY FROM 5. T. Schaefer, Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's ^^HARDWARE.—* Coffins and Caskets sold. Hearse in connection ANGE Y< I OMFORT OUR FIRST CONSID BSEEyT! W.G.CRUSH 6.P.STA - , ,• \ mm WJWU KM' i] '$ MM N - 1 , - , ■ /■:/ 1/. - K\IX l'\\\i/ -/\ I ' ■ 1 ^ 1 m \ \ / ■ '■/%/,i >/. hi: V / • \y R. A. WOLTERS. GENERAL DIRECTORY Governor 8. W. T. Lanham Lieut.-Governor 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...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 October 1906

. .. x w& ■ *•; m- -r, ••<!,' . r, ? If :- -' ViV.- V ' r:U m- , - • w 7 fttn m(:- §■ I ^ 'r ill Qus Russek INSURANCE Representing the leadin I Companies of the leading World. I®"CYRIL PETER, jftt work of tko first- ordor. 1 I ffiaymomd lit in free, Sditor, !Plain Words are Suer the S3est. One dollar Jt 2/ear VOL. XIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1906. NO 8. JFWISH CELEBRATIONS For the benefit of the many who do not know why the Jewish people observe their holidays and their places of business are closed on these particular days the Slicker reproduces the following article on the subject from a late issue of the San Antonio Express: Last Whednesday at sunset, end- ed the Jewish year 56S6 and be- gan the year 5667, according to the Jewish era Auno Mundi, from the creation of the world. In all the temples and synagogues, of whatever shade of religious opinion the new year will be welcomed with solemn services. Speaking of the festiyal, Rabbi Samuel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 October 1906

%8Hlfe*- i § ■ r*V the Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS Under the Yoke. New occupations for American wom- en are frequently described in the household magazines. Meantime many women of the old world stead- fastly cling to their old tasks. A trav- eler with good eyes may see in a sin- gle summer day in Belgium enough to make him wonder what are really the boundaries of "woman's sphere." At five o'clock in the morning he may gee a red-cheeked woman, a rude har- ness over her shoulders, pulling, with a big dog for a helper, a heavy cart of vegetables three miles from garden to market. The cart holds several bushels of potatoes, carrots, cabbages, topped by a great bundle of dew- sprinkled roses; and before the wom- an and the dog trudge home with it again, everything will have been sold. Our traveler may come upon two mus- cular women transferring a load of coal from sidewalk to cellar, shoul dering the baskets as easily as men would do. If he lingers to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 October 1906

- ... Uss •*'-V , • m pi (X:! &x. # Farmers' Co-Operative Union Of America You have no right to stay away from the meetings. If "you can't learn anything, you can teach something; i# you can learn something, you should go out and get the benefit of your neighbors' knowledge and experience. These nights are getting long mough for quite a decent programme to be carried out at your meetings. See to it that your meeting is interest- ing, and that the members are anxious to attend. Keep something doing all the time. There is nothing coming to the kick- er. He is one of those elements which happen sometimes to do good by stir- ring things out of a comatose condi- tion. He sometimes keeps people from go?ng to sleep. Just be good to him, and when his kick does happen to be in the right direction; help him. If you sell your cotton at the price the other man names, that is your fault; if you make him pay your price, it Isn't anybody's fault, but it would be nothing more than any successfu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 October 1906

: trm sg^dP" S $ mSSSMSiZ *Wk, IuIm 0fe ,'> I^jL, S& £be Sticker. RAYMOND WIHFRHE, Editor and Pnblislwr Entered at the Sohulenburg poetofflc* as •ooad-olasB matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM The Sticker invites the public to keep it posted ooncerning 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. OCT. 4, 1906. Bryan, Bailey, Burgess. The ovations tendered Senator Bailey at Gaineyille and Greeo- ville are not very good balm to the sores < f bis enemies. It seems to bs the trend of opinion of Texas peopU that Hearst is behind ail the Bail?y slander. Although Hearst is the democratic nominee for governor of New Yrok, which cost hiin about a million dollars, we hope he will be defeated- He is not a true democrat in our estimation. To the Schuienburg Sticker and others—note these few mulish trans...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 October 1906

.^pgpr li F m'. gf: ft". V HORNER'S up-to-date line of Spring Soods in plain while, figured Crepe> and Summer 'Dress jCawns, Organdies, Dimity, <Stc. {Ready to wear Soods. jCadies' Embroidered Tl/aisis. Silk and jCawn. Dress Skirts, 77}oh air and jCawn, Ttfuslin 'Underwear, jfcosiery, etc., Smelts, J^ans. 9/echwear, Com6sets and Small wear at {Prices to Suit any ZPurse ; / Call and be Convinced HORNER'S jmmmjbt mubpomv. The following Is the market reRort as compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prioes paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb quiet Nominal., 9 5-8 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs - 55 Corn --.60 Eggs 16 Butter (cooking)_ Batter (table) — — 10121-2 10c Hens. 7c lb 12 1-2 5-6c ... 10 -.10 lb ... lc .... 100 100 Chickens (as to size) spring Roosters Turkeys per lb Nominal Bacon Lard. — Cabbage Potatoes, per 100 lbs Onions per 100 lbs good Butter*Market dull. Chix needed Eggs: IGood damand ♦. Cotton An advance of leant on accou...

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

^■HHnsnpj\ , 1 ,- &&& ■ 1 SUV *VA- ' ... J t*,-Jr:,. ^i'-. ■•"•• •-"\M> -,'' *'",'. .' ■'■■..,•►'••■ggLa'- ' ?? ■- ': >/ - ;1? * " v >V; ^ **"■ V " 1 ... V Hig ®el .j1 r^'-viflv^ ife r C88 ''^3 /% -'^1 M U|i i' 3S$£P«SHS y gf < ^ *«s w'iiit i* ■, SPYING OUT THE LAND FIFTEENTH—In Cloud and Pillar Series A STOEY OF THE WILDERNESS JOURNEY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE By the "Highway and Byway" Preacher (Copyright, 1906, by the author, W. S. Edson.) Scripture Authority:—N umbers, Chapter 13. ooooo-oo-o-oooooooooooooooooo SERMONETTE. g While the Scripture narrative 0 indicates that the project of £ sending the spies had the Di- o vine sanction, even to instruc- a tions being given as to the meth- 6 ods to be pursued, still we must q remember that the land was o Israel's by right of inheritance q and was the place whither God 0 was leading them, and hence £ there could be no question as to 9 its fruitfulness, or as to the cer- 5 tainty of its occupancy by Israel. V These f...

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

1 ffl A KENTUCKY WOMAN How She Gained Fifteen Pounds In Weight and Became Well by Taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. "Women at forty, or thereabouts, have their future iu their own hands. There "will be a change for the better or worse, for the better if the system is purified by such a tonic.asDr. Williams' Pink Pills. Mrs. D. C. Wedding, of Hartford, Ky., writes as follows concerning the diffi- culties which afflicted her: . " I was seriously ill and was confined to my bed for six or eight mouths in all, during two years. I had chills, fever, rheumatism. My stomach seemed al- ways too full, my kidneys did not act freely, my liver was inactive, my heart ^&beat was. very weak and I had dizziness fl«r swimming in my head and nervous troubles. ' "I was under the treatment of several different physicians but they all failed to do me any good. After suffering for two years I leai*ned from an Arkansas friend about the merits of Dr.Williams' Pink Pills and I decided thnt I would try the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 October 1906

wSm?M v2?? ' V ■! ■■ 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 i 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 ANGE li OMFORT OUR FIRST CONS1D W. 6.CRUSH UP.4TA GENERAL DIRECTORY Governor S. W. T. Lanham Lieut.-Governor Geo. D. Neai Attorney-General...... C. K. Bell Comptroller J. W. Stephens, Treasurer John W. Robbins Commissioner Land Office J. J. Terrel Supt. Public Instruction Arthur Lefevre SUPREME COURT. Chief J ustice R. R. Gaines Associat® Justice { J ** wniTanw Court of Criminal Appeals. VV L Davidson, P J J N Hendwrson and M M Brooks Associates. Court of Civil Apo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 11 October 1906

Qus Russek INSURANCE Representing the leading ^Companies of the World^j CYRIL PETER, jtll work of the first- L*V Class order, & J !/iai/momd Win free, Sditor. !Plain Words are €ver the ffiest. One 'Dellar j{ 2/ear m--- Rl1 VOL. XIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER II, 1906. NO 9. GOMDITT CASE. Edna,oTexas, October 8.—Dis- trict court convened for the term this afternoon, and the grand jury was sworned in. Embodied in the charge of the court were instruc- tions to look into and clasely in- vestigate the murder of the Conditt family in September of last year. The jury vill begin investigat- ing the eyidence against Felix Powell, Henry Howard and Au gusta Diggs tomorrow. It is belieyed that indictments will be returned immediately up- on the evidence that hag been se- cured by Sheriff Egg and Banger Captain William McDonald and that the case against Felix Powell and Howard will be set for an ear- ly hearing during this term of the court. There is no doubt but...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 11 October 1906

The Schulenfaurg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor SCHULENBURGr, - TEXA.S Still, there are a let of people who would do well to reform their spelling. In the case of a run on a savings bank—there's where a man gets a run for his money that he remembers. According to Miss Addams man is Invading the sphere of woman and practicing her trades. Self-defense is the first law of nature. Mr. Carnegie has written a maga- zine article entitled "The Cry of the Wolf." The said cry sounds faint and far off to Mr. Carnegie. It really is time for the little girl to get busy on that penwiper that she lis going to make to give to her father for a Christmas present. Large new coal fields have been found in Pennsylvania, but the con- sumer may as well be notified at once that the coal trust is going to control them. Sir Thomas Lipton goes on building sailing boats despite the fact that there is no chance of disposing of them to bellicose governments, as there is with steam yachts. A New York fancier's p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 11 October 1906

FARMER AND PLANTER I ■S'- TARE IN COTTON MARKETING. The Present System Means an Enor- mous Loss to the Farmer. ■ : ; of the bales and make the spinners pay for ten or eleven pounds to the bale for which the producer has not been paid—'From Address of Presi- dent E. A. Calvin to Texas Farmers' Union. 5 - ir' 1 There is a serious leakage in the cotton business as at present conduct- ed. All of our cotton that goes abroad is sold at net weight; that is to say, a certain arbitrary percentage is deducted to cover the weight of the bagging and ties, for the spinner only wants to pay for the actual cot- ton and not for bagging and ties, which are worthless to him. This is all right, provided we get paid for the actual number of pounds In each bale, as the price is more when bought at net weight than at gross weight. But abuses have crept into the business until, under existing conditions, we are making the buyers a present of 8 or 10 pounds of net cot- ton with every bale we sell them, or ...

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