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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 February 1901

mM WSB& ~""• %ej - i innirMiii * >- = .$ >; - ;; aSKigSiK "-' ~ ■%''" k *tosSgiK;" - sSg?',/•*-' - *' $ ~]$t' ■-' "c-'*'- ^3«5^ '-•:'-^----w--v"-^5- -" " "• '•" islfli */ i^v • i^m bbwksSRS .-> - 4§S|§^P^^ j|gr^gg§|g^ ^|pf " '■?■•} - sraFel - psilli! Sir, ••V:-€-5 -- ■ ig^SFiSS d?2SS-; JJ^ 111111 sSi^'S 4V'%-r-_ jg| Sticker. \I, R. KING, Editor. 7;:t^S SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Spgg mmMM - PS! s I m i. i#E&3 -3£k0 >sj ssc*£~: -- /' ■ - g:W '\ FjS#Xj&gSk' ?\ ' aB#}' Jl lfe:v"'>|,--v:^i ^X;? §&£$ gspfereglaS vr *■• ■ MM mm Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as second-class matter. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1901. FROM FAYETTEVILLE, ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby announce myself a candi- date for the position of Marshal and will appreciate your suffrage and sup- port. Henry Eilers. I am a candidate for the position of Marshal, solicit your vote and assist- ance and will appreciate any service rendered me. Will Turner. !&&£ . g£3% ' • The determination...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 February 1901

m tatoes, Oats, Rye, •ghum Seed! |f|§| All of which t offer the trade at lowest cash prices. " - • -j /*£*_ A. * t—j'—j K ^FW^T | The following varieties of 'I Seed -Potatoes on hand: Ea.rly Rose* Burb&nk. } «iwr mnrowtr. Thm following is the market report u compil- ed by H. Horner, and chanred weekly, accord- in* to the highest market prices paid. Cotton (average). * ®t8 Qottoa Seed per 100lbs .. -,--50c Corn i Mc _ a l-2c [cooking) — — 7o • -.—.......—........... 10 to 15c size) per do*en......$i.50 to $8.00 ...3 ...wNtial 8c Lard. . — .80 Potatoes, .Inominal Irish Potatoes per bucket 55c . Cotton entirely nominal,. Bayers'-and sellers apart. Practically no sales hi the last few days in the large markets. Outlook at present i ft* gp|^:. Sp l|&§ mm T^r crrv owwicntts. - Theo. Walters, Mayor; Henry BUers Marthal. ALDERMEN. - „ ML , M Schals. ' " first Tuesday in each SUNSET ROUTE AT-SCHULENSUR«. r EAST. Day Train * 8:21 p m Night Train ... v £Usj P WEST. M. K. & T. AT LA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 February 1901

* " ^ - - -; - - | jjjjjjjll^p^ \S? If.: s Wm $ 'J% 5'% Eat the Best. g9S£ - p&Sl Oar market is constantly snp- ied with theHsest Beef, Pork and Mutton obtainable. / Highest market price paid for all kindes of hides. ■ . FRITZ F. SCHAEFER, ■aatei -DEALER 1N- J',; -V;' S Hi? ■ *-*" CW- CHOICE LIQUORS, "WIlTEa, BEEE ... i jg f * " 18 - . . . AND . . . GIGAES. fool mb££ /.r vojrjrxcnojr. Next door to H. Horner. / PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES! i Highest market price paid for cotton seed delivered at oil mill. Will pay the cash for same or take it in ex- change for halls and cake meal, as desired. GO TO^^> SENGELMANN BROS' . . . SALOON * -FOR- Old Edgewood, Mt. Vernon, Old Forester. Also for Old Country Apple Brandy like grandfather used to make, and for Pure Jamaca Rum. .. .THE Prescriptions Carefully Filled. —.— "> -—.•>>" ■ EMIL SCHULZ, CHR. m, M. T. EVERTON, DENTIST. Office on Front street, next- to Schaefer's grin Cane Belt R'y. Company. Effective August 15, the time of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 February 1901

Kis T«XM]Univer Ity [ SW' ■' .5$ . = «JP# JCing, Publisher. !Plai'n Words Jire Suer the SiesL One dollar a 2/ei SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1901. NUMBER ^3TI ,! pear keg $2.75 Nanon, 11 " 3.00 Extra Pale, " " ../... 2.75 Culmbacher, " " ..... 2.75 Kaiserbeer, " *\ ..... 2.75 BEER: LOUISIANA EXPORT, PILSENER and UNION. The following Saloons in Schulenburg sell the New Orleans Beer. Sunny South Saloon. -I Sigmund Schaefer, Palace Saloon. F. F. sliaefetf | G. Ebeling, Zum Kuehlem Grunde. Respectfully, JOHN OLTMANNS. * ■ * Mmmimg H p—e* of my Mm* Bmtitteii, I teilt mm* JSejwf Stock of 'A - Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brick, Lime, Cement, Paints, Oils, Builders' Hardware and Undertakers' Goods. 6!fi ui8 yoarBisliess ^ f^c and JleaeRbir the X I Lerifls ifp • Hearse xxl Connection. r K'i -r 'j\• J ■' Schulenhffi^lectric Xight Co. am W. H. , Manager. ttlenborg Electric Light Co. Electric lights in basiness j are preferable to the oil lamp for a number of re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 February 1901

WEIMAR LOCALS. n W. R. KING, Edibor- SUBSCRIPTION, $i.Oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg second-class matter postofflce 21, 1901. THURSDAY, ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby announce myself a candi date forth IS ^ le position of Marshal and will appreciate your suffrage and sup- port. Henry Eilers. I am a candidate for the position of , solicit your vote and assist- ance and will appreciate any service rendered me. Will Turner. JUDGE TEICHMUELLER DEAD. IK Judge H. Teichmueller of this judicial district, who has .been in ill health for a long time and whose" life for more thap a year has been despaired of by his great number of admirers and friends, died at New BrauDfels, where he had gone in quest of health, at 6 o'clock Sunday morning February the 17th. Mr. Teichmueller bad been judge of this district a iram ber of years; was an intelligent and an impartial officer whose in- telligent conception of equity and courage in administering justice inspired the respect and admira- tion of all ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 February 1901

-, gpgisag ; "■:>... •-'" ; ; "• SS^JpSE B^liSr ::-r;'"' >Vr- mm:e P^3^y§s - BR*gfc4v ig 1901 ?C ' Baby's first Shoes. Hamilton-Brown's Best. How to get them Free of Gost. First: Get the Baby mm*- mm Tb« following is th« market repoit u compil- ed by H. Horner, and chanced weekly, accord- in* to the highest market price# paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton (average) — ® 1-8 Cotton Seed per 100 lb# 50c Corn - - 9)0 Eggs - Batter (cooking) 'o Batter (table) to 15c Chickens (as to size) per dozen $1.50 to $2.00 Roosters 100 Turkeys (per pair)..... ......nominal Lard. — -®0 Potatoes, -----—nominal Irish Potatoes per backet ......... *c Cotton entirely nominal. Primary markets prices to be (liens) in good at outside cmrowricBMs. Theo. Walters, Mayer; Henry BUers Marshal: ALDERMEN. R. A. Wolters, John Oltmanns, H. Bohl- - — in each - ■ - - Fresh Jellies at John St Wrba's 5 cts. per pound. _Jlr. V. J. Baiter of Columbus Visited Schulenburg Sunday. Ohio Cultivators and Planters at Mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 February 1901

~sJlalP „ JgSgBBi HpH9^9B ISiliS .-vV ■ | v :':: >\i ^ |§ W& mg&ms sg *: s S,: '•' • •- ■*> .. - '. :<•. gpRBS^Efg ■■■ ■ F. SCHAEFER, GO to DEALER IN CHOICE LIQUORS, ;-. - WIITBS, BEEB SEN6ELMANN BROS' ; . . SALOON & -FOR- AND OIGAES. POOL JTJV ('OJrJTJgcwo.v. Next door to H. Horner. | : T PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES!^ Highest market price paid for cotton seed delivered at oil mill. Will pay the cash for same or take it in ex- change for hulls and cake meal, as desired. CUR. BAUMGARTEN. Old Edgewood, Mt. Vernon, Old Forester. Also for Old Country Apple Brandy like grandfather used to make, land for Pure Jam&ca Rum. mmm. .THE MgKjfilsPI^H^ PI .. - prescriptions Carefully Filled. iHi 1111 M. T. EVERTON, DENTIST. Office on Front street, next to Schaefer's gin | Cane Belt R'y- Company. Effective August 15, the" time of Cane Belt j trains will be as follows: At Sealy— " 3 mixed leaves 8:40 a m. " i mixed arrives 6:40 p m. At Eagle Lake— "3 " 10:35 am; " 10:40 a m. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 February 1901

m \ FggSft&SS?;;; ■ Tmi^Univwiity iH^P^ !& 5 ! ; '\ J 2l/. *JP. JCing, {Publisher. iPlain Words jfro Svor the £8est One ^Dollar a 2fear = VOLUME VII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1901. NUMBER 30 per. keg p. Extra Pale, " " Culmbacber, " " Kaiaerbeer, " " $2.75 3.00 2.75 2.75 2.75 * ■ LE BEER : LOUISIANA EXPORT, PH.SENER and UNION. The following Saloons in Schulenburg sell the New Orleans Beer. South Saloon. I Sigrpund Schaefer, Palace Saloon, lefer, j | G. fibeling, Zum Kuehlem Grunde. Respectfully, JOHN OLTMANNS. ... T' ' ' ; :■ ' Awtof disposed f M Mmlmmm Bntimeu, X wlU m*m Mmptomith mm Bimtk f Doors, Blinds, Brick, Lime, Cement Paints, Oils, Builders' Hardware and Undertakers' Goods. iN Riaiiiir tie **** kS " -• -*$ -f v I |i*| gearse 1t> Oon -n ection. icXfclit |Cof W. H. McKINNON, Manager. ' g *Sr Patronize the Schulenburg Eleetrio Light Co. Electric lights in bosiness —- — "■ '1 He* are preferable to the oil lamp for a number of reasons...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 February 1901

Belli %tv • jp^Si *? -T Vl llilp iti:" * stv %Sl' 'Vii > w;;- w. |fc $, ; ;. L. XLbe Sticker . Itf. R. KING, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postoffioe as •econd-clasa matter. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1901. announcements. I hereby announce myself a candi date for the position of Marshal and will appreciate your suffrage and sup- port. Henby Eilebs. I am a candidate for the position of "Ma.r«ha.1L solicit your vote and assist- ance ana will appreciate any service rendered me. Will Turner DISTRICT JUDGE MOORE. Gov. Sayers has appointed Hon. L. W. Moore, of LaCrange, Judge of the 22d Judicial District of Texas to fill the vacancy caused by the death * of Judge Teichmueller. Judge Moore is well known to the bar and the people of the district; years ago he sat upou the bench as District Judge for eight years then he represented this people in Congress for six years; he is an intellectual giant and physically is vigorous and full of strength. In Fayette, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 February 1901

w&mm 1 ™ I! 1901 stiles. 1 First: Get the Baby then tjagg The following It the market report as compU- H. Homer, and chanced weekly, accord CHANGED EVERT WEDNESDAY (average) 8 Seed per 100 Iba -Wo Corn - ~ Wo v ,10o lOtolfo per doaen $1.50 to U.OO 10c prir).„...„. nominal ...J.... 8o .nominal -V Cotton alowly but steadily declining in the Mg markets only below quotations Rabbit Foot mo- ey*s Dttyis visited his mother Sunday. Mr. Bosh Wilkins of LaGrange spent several days in Schulenburg Ibis week. brand toasted and 30c pound French coffee, I7i, 20, at Ferlitz Bros, Miss Elizabeth Schutz of Flato nia is in Schulenburg visitingher Mend Miss Sengelmann. born in 1901 cast, get of Hamilton-Brown free at R. A. Wo Iters'. CHEAP—My rest Avenue. Apply H. Beniker. iMk m • . .1 Quite a number of strangers were in the city Sunday, the ma- jority of them having been at- tracted by the presentation of Quo Vadis at Turner Hall. I have the photographs of all tombstones in my office and you can ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 February 1901

ro,TZ Fw SCHAEFER, sssj ^aoMBS -DEALER 1N- - v~* r'M wk^l-r- CHOICE LIQUORS, "WINES, BEBE . . . AND ... O I Gr A_ IR S. POOL TrfBI/S JTJV COJrJTBVTIOJT. Next door to H. Horner. GO TO"—T SENGELMAKN BROS . . . SALOON * PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES! Highest market price • paid for cotton seed delivered at oil mill. Will pay the cash for same or take it ill ex- change for hulls and cake meal, as desired. CHR. BAUMGARTEN. M. T. EVERTON, DENTIST. Office on Front street, next to Schaefer'a gin Jfg-S; ISt; mms. a? m Cane Belt R'y* Company Effective August 15, the time, of C$ne Belt trains will be as follows: At Sealy— "3 mixed leaves 8:40 a m. " 4 mixed arrives 6:40 p m. , At Eagle Lake— "a " 10:35am; . " 10:40 a m. "4 " 4:37 pm; " 5:01pm. At Wharton— " 3 arrives 1:20 p m. " 4 leaves 2:20 pm. Close connection at Sealy with north and l bound trains of the Santa Fe and Katy , and-at Eagie Lake with east and west .'trains of the P. P..and Aransas Pass. BCMMTJLtiJYR UMtG LODGE JTO. KSIMf K. of P. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 April 1901

Ttut Univ'iriit? gSM&jdsg- P r" * PPNS&tV^ SC* ssRipM I i SW j?. Jfingy T .nV g- ZPlain Words j(re Gver the $3est, One ^Dollar a 2/ear n?m SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 4. 1901. NUMBER 35 w£ £S£ Ip I W. H. McKINNON, Manager. tight (To. THE MOST SER1U0S PROBLEM SOUTHERN POLITICS. Ml >nize the Schulenburg Electric Light Co. Electric lights in business i and residences are preferable to the oil lamp for a number of reasons; per, afford a better, light, are .neater and more convenient. Our reasonable, and every effort is put forth to give 'good service. IEATNESS. CHEAPNESS. EFFICIENCY. . are not using Electro Lights, we would be glad to have you become i, and are quite stu& ypjgL would be well pleased with the service. ggggl Hating disposed #f m, S#Im Untitles*, t metH «m> Replenish My Stock of m f Shin* Cem< IIBIRbei >ashk PaH Blinds, Brick, Lime, >, Builders' Hardware f Con -n eot3±om_. v 4ii; . tm |p Association. Pilsener, Nan on, Extr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 April 1901

W Z£m$m§aim IP®® ill Pil'lpi S^fii O mm ISsSsSs^^ 3m v-V^-# J k ?M Our Store is rapidly filling up with this season's Choicest Productions. Each day adds more new and select Goods to our already well stocked Store. We ; were never better prepared to serve ydu with7the most Desirable Merchandise obtainable. Now is yoor chance to sectire^the^jMck^o^thg^lat^ up-to-date'Stock offers unusual advantages to the early, buyer—-there is no time like the present to'iriakejyour^elcctioiTL^Ti^^ drop in and see our fine new Spring Goods,and let us $rove to you that we are fully prepared to §ave you _ money and furnish you with the best. ... - ! • ~ " ; ~ m 0 New Wash Goods; sr k teiUt HI HEEEEtt Under this head comes% those ex- quisite new dainty Wash Fabrics, both in sheer Fiue Printed Texture and Woven designs, and at a re- markable low priee. Fancy Fantaisu Silk Tissue. One of the new novelties in this. spring's Wash Goods, per 65C Fancy Pongee, the very latest wash fabrics; bought to sell Kid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 April 1901

£ V " J mmm m^0 7 ^ ^ - >~ ■\. '/C — \I. R. KING, Editor RIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg poatoffice as second-class matter. THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1901. SIX PAGES. WMi THE IDEAL WIFE AND HELPMATE. snns s- - m ~r ■ wm~^ Lavinia Hart, writing under the caption "The Ideal Wife and Helpmate," in the April Cosmo- politan says: "The increase of divorces in America represents not an. increase of unhappy homes, but a decrease. Resorting to courts of law by unhappy wives or hus- bands signifies, not that they lightly regard the bond of marriage or its requirements, but that they have come to a better knowledge of .its purpose and possibilities, and regard it too sacredly to use it as the cloak for a living lie,"' which, if true, indicates that the Ameri- can people are rapidly approach- ing an ideal condition, since we are confronted with a constant in- crease of divorce suits. A few years ago the newspapers and peri- odicals of the country were devot- ing pages of their i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 April 1901

WKf- . — GLASS CHAPPEL LOCALS. MX IIP? ss - .1 2 '.:■ ■■ ■ ' :S' g§U 'mSf Sgroi ggKSAf. 118 m0: 'sBk W-lj jgp m ;:~r Sgg|gi w The long looked for rain came at tstf which livened up everything nisiderably, and causes a broad smile to encircle our countenance, extending back to tbe ears. Mr. Busy May, the gallant young son of Mr. Andy May of San An- tonio, is visiting his Uncle John May. Mr. Ernest Frazer and Miss Katie Kirk visited Halletsville last Sunday. Miss Katie affords a i new buggy. Look out boys; I am afraid Mr. "Middle Creek" will get ahead of you. Mr. H. T. Glass, one of our prominent young men, visited Waelder last Saturday and Sunday and was tbe guest of hiB sister, Mrs. Minnie Hale. Miss Mattie Norton, a capiivat- ing little rosebud, who has spent tfee winter with her Aunt Ruth Roberson, left Sunday for her home near Schulenburg. Rev. Hiram Glass of San An- tonio will conduct divine services here on Easter Sunday. Your presence is both merited and de- sired. We think so...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 April 1901

= : tv. fc* >:>V% "V ^tfti HORNER'S MY Stock of SPRING GOODS is daily arriv- ing and already a fairly complete line is here. A cordial invitation is extended to visit my Store and inspect. The styles, colors and patterns r $re the jtfetttest: ever brought here, and prices as ;v " 1 glp^j 1 ** v - >:v:: m am .-^ass • • J*;-- 3f Lawns, D i 1W H i e's, Piques, * Silks, and the new Silkolines in large selections. Linings and Trimmings to suit. No old goods* ALSO A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES. & & & % & The Famous TIDAL WAVE Flour. HORNER'S. f, > is the market report as eompil- * " *ed. weekly, .accord- _ changed every wednesday :^;™~znr:rr«oe to 8c 'zmm&tmfc'nu (as, to size) per dozen $1.50 to 12^00 (per paif>_... U. .nomlMl ftj ...... nominal per bucket ,35c Cotton.—A decidedly bearish feel- ing. Lower prices expeofced. Mrs. L. E. Woodul is in Luling visiting relatives and friends. French Market roasted coffees at . Perlitz Bros. Mr. Wm. Hahnke paid a busi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 April 1901

-w >«! ^ jg| ^itei CITV OFFICERS. Theo. Wottera, Mayor;Henry Ellers Marshal. ALDERMEN. R. A. Wolters, John Oltmanns, H. Bohl- mann, F. F. Schaefer, Emil Sohnlz. J&'City Council meets the first Tuesday In each month, at 4 p. m. MUtMJLBO^n Tf.WJE TJLBM.K. SUNSET ROUTE AT SCHULENBURG. * - EAST. Day Train 2:51 p m Night Train a 12:15 p m WEST. Day Train 1:35 p m Night Train.. 3:33 a m ig&p g|fef| M. K. A T. AT LA GRANGE. G. H. MoLure, Agent NORTH. No.. 4. Passenger—Daily 12:39 p m No. 6. Flyer " ,9:45 pm No. 74. mixed, dally (except Sun.) 4:30 p m SOUTH. No. 3. Passenger—Daily 5:26 p m No. 5. Flyer '' 9:19 a m No. 73. Mixed dally (except Sun.) 9:00 a m SfeSirV i ■ life!: USE THE /"*~ 0C/t7 \ ' ii i I it H To all points We have connec- tion for 15c A MESSAGE. —AT— PERLITZ BROS " r ^wm s' V •* r.. F. C. WOLTERS, Has an Elegant Line of The Best Liquors, Wines, CIGARS, ETC., And cordially invites his friends and patrons to inspect his stock. jgH BLACKSMITH IMOI EMIL SCHULZ, rACKS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 April 1901

• ' -~r%- 308? !S S!--: | ^Jjf! * '• " iiwiit)' " TttU UatWtHf W. Si. JCing, {Publisher. {Plain Words Jtre Sver the 3$est. One Cottar a 2/ear VOLUME VII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1901. NUMBER 38 %MkIS Schulenburg Electric Xight Co. W. H. McKINNON, Manager. Patronise the Sohulenburg Eleotric Light Co. Electric lights in business houses and residences are preferable to the oil lamp for a number of reasons; are cheaper, afford a better light, are neater and more convenient. Our rates are reasonable, and every effort is put forth to give good service. NEATNESS. CHEAPNESS. EFFICIENCY. If you are not Using Electric Lights^ we would be glad to have you become a patron, and are quite sure you would be well pleased with the service. S. T. SCHAEFER Mfariug di.po.cd mf «, Saloon Bu.itte.t, I' mitt .m MtcptcuUh w, Stock of SI PERKINS AND THE FOLDING BED. u\ K* E Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brick, Lime, Cerent, Paints, Oils, Builders' Hardware and Undertakers' G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 April 1901

Sticker. WEIMAR LOCALS. R. KING, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as second-class matter. THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1901. V <r' C iip WlM ■ ; - wlH THE OIL CRAZE. It Texas is not tbe furnace of the world it at least proposes to pro- vide tbe fuel wittLwhich to propel the commercial wheels of the uni- verse. When the Lucas gusher "came in" some time ago, uatural- ly a great deal of excitement was created, the people were amazed at the discovery and astounded at the volume of the flow; the fever ish cdndition however prevailed for only a few days, after which 'Condi- tions assumed normal aspects, the populace became calm and little further attention was displayed in the strike, it having been appa- rently considered that the find was a matter of course and would have no important effect upon any -4 liSil mm Wm, branch of commerce. However, as time elapsed and gusher after gusher came in, each with a vol- ume equaling or surpassing the producing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 April 1901

HHs sa^affiK msaawe s SSKS sr, *£M ms ._■ ■- *:■£ :'*• mm:~ O. ROOS. At HORNER'S The prettiest line of Wash $■ Goods is at yourdisposal,|such & as Madras Cloth, Near Silks, Leno in stripes and dots, and & especially White Goods. Trimmings in a great variety . and up-to-date styles, Lin- ings and necessaries. A big line of Lace Sample Handkerchiefs. GROCERIES. AND FEED STUFF. TheCelebratedTIDAL WAVE Flour. At HORNER'S. 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 WEDNESDAY Cotton (middling) 7 1-2 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs .. 50c Corn , 60c Batter (cooking) Z'l"..". ... Butter (table) 10 to 15c Chickens (as to size) 20 to 25 Roosters. 12 l-2c Turkeys (per pair) ...nominal Bacon 9c Lard. 9c Potatoes 25c bkt Irish Potatoes per bucket 35c New Potatoes selling at 40c per bucket. COTTON—Quisfc—Fair demand for good cotton. Miss Minnie Hoeffert visited LaGrange Monday last. The Celluloid ...

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