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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 September 1907

mm§ THE STICKER, RAYMOND WINFREE, Pub. SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS. Story that Gambeteta and Bismarck Vad secret interview after Franco- Prussian war not verified. Butte, Mont, like a graveyard, due to strikes of all classes of laboring men. • Prince Wilhelm of Sweden arrives at Newport, and the series of enter- tainments in his honor at once begins, the first affair being a dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish at Cross- ways. Walter Wellman, writing from Spitz- bergen on July 13, tells of the suc- cessful fight of the explorer's party to save the big balloon house from destruction by high Arctic winds. Text of the American proposal for a permanent peace court is completed Walter Wellman, writing from Spitzbergen on Aug. 3, tells of his plans for feeding the crew of the air- ship America during its polar flight. Four men are to make the venture, and he has made provision to feed these for a period of 275 days, though the trip may take but a few weeks. Bomb throwers who demand tribute fro...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 September 1907

OF HOUSES USED BY BIG POULTRY FARMS Herewith are shown the houses of Mr. Tillinghest's plant in Connecticut Each house is 10 by 20 fegt, 4 feet high at the eaves, and 6% feet at the center. The whole construction, in- cluding the poof, is of 1-inch cypress boards, matched. The floors consist A Colony House. of earth, and are not found damp, ow- ing, no doubt, to the excellent natural drainage. The only fixture in each of these-houses is a hopper having a ca- acity of about . 1% bushels for wheat screenings, a small hopper for beef straw to dry out. Below the floor is a basement/ which furnishes an ideal scratching shed for winter use. To the rear of this house is a small grove, which furnishes plenty of shade, and about 20 feet from the front of the house is a stream of water. The first of the smaller illustrations shows one of the colony houses for chickens in use at the poultry farm of White & Rice, in New York state. This house is about eight feet long and seven feet high in ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 September 1907

fwmJHgmm fS-"',-4u ■ ■■; 1 mWWG&i ' F-xs &£&W*h- H9ES? i& "T $'I" ' $Hf? - - - • • . ■. .. ■ ■ 7W 'if T: ■ A iW" *& -:<■ NEUHAUS GASH STORE. Au establishment of city that is noted for the high standard of ex- cellence to whic^ it is maintained, is the large, well equipped and ably conducted mercantile house of Mr. H. W. Neuhaus, one of Sehlenburg's most spirited and successful businessmen. This store is a model of neatness and taste,handsomely fitted up and in it is to be found a stock of high class goods seldom seeu in a place of this size. There is an air of cultured taste and refinement displayed in the selection of 'the stock and its ar- rangement in the store which shows at once that the proprietor is thoroughly familiar with the art of dressing and possesses in a high degree, the 'know ledge which dictates , just what constitutes the proper raiment for a lady or gentlemen of fashion. Mr. Neuhaus is a competent and shrewd buyer, and eyerything that is new...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 September 1907

-it +?« ™ "" E. iSBIs ■ i OS CAMPING OUT. ■ ■ ■ HI N<pw, for gasoline and oil stoves. I have a complete new line of PERFECTION, safe, economical and oderless. The wonderful blue flame oil stove is a new idea in oil stove construction. Next to a steel \ range it is the best cooking apparatus made. Our famous STERLING gasoline stoves are a close second they have, many new devices foir safety and better heating facilities. Don't fail to see our line before buying. Prices From S2.69 Up. The Aermotor has Oil Tight Dust Proof Bearings, Easy Running and Everlasting. H. P. 5CHAEFER, B -a EBELING & VOELKEL THE FAMILY OUTFITTERS — FARM PRODUCE BOUGHT AND SOLO. WE SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOUR PATRONAGE AND INSURE COURTEOUS AND FAIR TREATMENT. y i LBB Merchandise Schulenburg, Texas. ional Bank ScHuIenburg, Texas, $?. jf. ItfoiterSs €. S&. JPessler, Jf, tP. Schaefer, S. ZRussek, ^President, Uioo-SPresidents, Cashier, Solicits - Your - Business. SEE ME FOR TOMBSTONES AND IRON FENCING SfP V ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 September 1907

• ■ «r f '48 '"lis mSgmw LESSON IN AMERICAN HISTORY IN PUZZLE Senjelmann Bros. h. mm, ♦ .THE.. 7v«aeriptinnc Cartful! j FiSladL #* #«l takwarti Bra (.!> uwr«iM< auUM, WftlUOmAL :'T v IV PIANOS. Mfktt ptkM WtlM «* «U Mill. ertafe* itia 1\DIA\Rt\VEH CAnBYISiGKEWS OF HOSTILITIES TO PORT ROYAL. Find the Chief of the Creeks. During the disturbances in the southern colonies of both Engiand and Spain'that followed the proclamation of Queen Anne declaring war against France and in which Spain became iiwolved, a number of; acts of kindness on the part of the Indians toward^ the whites have been recorded. Phe Spaniards and the Frencli asroused the Indians against the English of the Carolina?, and a league was formed.for the extermination of the whites there. Included in this league Were the Creeks, Cherokees, Choctaws, Chick- asaws, Cong-arces, Yehmiasebs'nnd Neuse. The massapre began on April 13, 1715, when the Yemnrasses assailed the settlers along the seaboard. A fleet- footed friend...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 September 1907

IIP - , Texas University AUSTIN Gus Russek INSURANCE 11 Representing the leading Companies of the World. taacaea cyril peter, fill work of the first-' I^_Class order, J I Si !ifp m - ' Sfcqymemd Wtnfree, Sdttor. SP/a/n Words are Sver the 33est* One ^Dollar 2/ear. VOL. XIV SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1907. , Y > ^ " NO. 4 I FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO OPERATIVE UNION ' == Of AMERICA ===== \i«nHHwnwMnnn • Raise more stuff to the acre, and thus avoid the necessity of having your business so widely scattered. Do not let a day pass over your head in which you do not help some man or woman to be a better person. So long as the merchant is buying his goods at the cheapest place he can get them, he should not make any complaint of other people doing the same thing: * The Farmers' Union, founded as a defensive institution can be made an Institution to take the offensive when necessary, and this modern commer- cialism has about called the turn. ' Along with ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 September 1907

" I -• -'*' • "f. "" x" :- mm* E^MII * Wi 9mm I -■ n sft SR& gran$%. v; y-?i y- '§1-'-, M3B& is*~§&- m ttbe Sticker. RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor and Publisher Entered at the SoUnlenburg postofflce as saoond-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Tbs Sticker invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings of the town. If you are leaving town or nave 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. 12, 1907. Bryan. Bailey, Burgess The International Harvester Company, a trust, has pleaded guilty a'nd withdrawn from the state and paid all penalties.- All trusts should go this way. The report of the condition of the First National Bank ending August 22nd appears in this issue Quite an increase in the amount of business is noted over last report, ansl the mdiyidual deposits have increased something like $6000 over the last report. 7/*. 80...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 September 1907

■K-rT^< m tit}- IHre.:' mi q i 3-" ■ R* * • 'iff <&mL sf. m m The Place to Gel lour Gorn SHelers for $1.00 (Jrain Scoops for 75c Cotton Scales for $1.15 And Up Is at a. E. RUHMANN & BRO. Patronize the Farmers' Union Warehouse. ?ATES—$1.00 per bale the first month and "80c per bale per month •Eerfeafter, including STORAGE, WEIGHING and INSURANCE. Non-Union as well as Union Farmers can store their cotton and hold for better prices. You can get two-thirds value on your cotton at the First National Bank at 6 per cent and hold as long as you please -$9di «?Get 15c for Your COTTON* The Farmers' Union Warehouse .Tf^RKKr RBPORV. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horper, and chansred weekly, accord- ing to the hlgheBt market prloea paid. CHANGED EVERY WJEDNKDAY Cotton new per lb quiet Nominal. 123-4 Cotton Seed per 100 lbe 85 Corn 40 tggs 14 Batter (cooking) 12 Bntter <table).„ - : 15 Colckenafas to size) spring 121-2c Hens 9olb Roosters ..12 1-2 fnrkeys...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 September 1907

m 3. 1 SSI? m:' fx Seasrelmana Bros. H. Gfil ..THE.. 3 Proscription* Carefully Filled. i.Mnron. i.i Sataruti Bra Krifrlitm ti L1 U?«t Fid MiU«^ m Mi Bxefeftags H WB ALSO DEAL IN PIANOS PATRONtZK DOME INDUSTRIES I Biabwt mwkrt pitw paid eottoa Mti delivered *4 #41 alii. Will pay tfc« «m1i fev •mb«, er take it ia es- ob&age for hails ib4 «&• eal, m deairetf, AM BAUMGARTEN. Robert Blum Lodge 54, A. 0. U. W. Meets regular every 2nd and 4tb Wednesday. Tiansit brethem are eordially invited to attend. 0. B. Schwenke, M. W. o ifi 7 Wm. Keuper, Jr.. Recorder. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. attend. .#. f. mc.l. .11. Meets on Friday on or before each full moon ill the month. Tran- sient bretherenare cordially invited to B. F. Johnson, W. M., Fred Ebbling, Sb ttcn i tB.ru rn a lodge .to. K. OF P. Meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday night in Sengel- mann's hall. All visiting Knights cordially invited to attend the meetings of the lodge. 0.b.8chwenke, c.c. h. vogelsang, k op r&8 LadiesLutheran A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 19 September 1907

ggpqppj --^Vl Wmmm W HHH £^ms*.K •' ' fi 1 ''■ K,^J% 58?; fe. ,. ' >> . ■ \ iiNBfli m *-*■ iKf* '-Wp 1 piS%* 4Jlt" I'^SRWi Uniyirg: * - • *. CYRIL PETER, ™e j£ll work of iho first" L^^ Class order. , - IMHMMOnNHIfl# leadin the World. _—— ——— —■— One ^Dollar j( 2/ear. {Plain Words are Over the Svest* &md in free, Sditor, SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1907. 1 r NO. 5 OF AMERICA If you have contracted the dump- ing habit, now is the time to get over it easily. Now that the minimum prices have generally been set, don't be a price- cuttjer and a dumper. RESOLVED I that you my clcan allthe SPOTS moMlfeoR OLD CLOTHES, but who Wants to look like a SHABBY GENTEEL?You DoNT LOOK prosperous or. clean, mice; fresh,mew garhepits wake us feel confident BU-stcr A warehouse will do nothing for you by itself; whatever good may come 'of it comes through the use of it. In all your transactions leave the impress that the tJnion man is the man on whom it will do to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 19 September 1907

iisti ■K llilis? ZCbc Sticker. DATMOftD WINFREE, Editor ani Paillster Entered it the Bobolenbarg poetoffice as 830dad-clasB matter. SUBSCRIPTION, JI.OOLPER ANNUM Th* Sticker invites the public to keep It posted concerning lh« goings and comings of the town. It yeu are leaving town or hare friends visiting you or departing, drop us a line that we may make net# ef it. But be sure to sign your name te It as an •videice ot Its genuineness. THURSDAY, SEPT. 19, 1807. ■ryan. Bailey, Burgess The pecan crop will be quite large throughout the entire State. They command a good price now. A pecan orchard of ten or fifteen acres, planted twenty years ago would be an independent living for its owner now. The boll weevil are traveling eastward and northward at a ra- pid rate. From late" reports they have reached a point 28 miles east of the Mississippi. When they have covered the entire cotton .belt the production ot cotton ' will de- crease cuusideraqly, and the 'price will go It is a pleasure to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 19 September 1907

m?- SliftiS;®-' Wm^mi ■.- -. .. 8® WM syf £3£c-*3 I E3«5«S-3> • «.. t®:: f I! I I K m|§P ft Corn SHelers for* $1.00 Grain Scoops for 75c Cotton Scales for $1.15 And Up Is at G. E. RUHMANN & BRO. NOTICE OF ESTRAY. Patronize the Farmers' Union Warehouse. / - V : RATES—$1.00 per bale the first month and 30c per bale per month thereafter, including STORAGE, WEIGHING and INSURANCE. Non-Union as well as Union Farmers can store their cotton and hold for better prices. You can get two-thirds value on y our cotton at the First National Bank at 6 per cent aqd hold as long as you please eCet 15c for Your COTTON? The Farmers' Union Warehouse Taken up by C. A. Falke and estrayed before A. Ramsey, J nstice of the Peace of Precinct No. 4, Fayette County, Texas, one sorrel mare, blaze face, about 14 hands high, about 9 years old, branded on the left thigh, left hind foot white, and appraised at $40.00. STATE OF TEXAS) county of fayette j 1, R. Klatt, Clerk of the County Court of Fay- ette Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 19 September 1907

KgWg.! Senjelmann Bros. ..THE.. Prescriptions Carefully Fii|«i SshwAfti SUB 11 W ALSO DEAL IV PIANOS. PATRONtZK HOME INDUSTRIES I ■MM yrin NtUa Mti ftt ctt ik« ink he MM, tr take It ii ea- efcaepfe kallc art iIk# nt&l, M dMiiti. CM IAUM6ARTEN. Robert Blum Lodge 54, A. O. U. VV. Meets regular every 2nd and 4th Wednesday. Tiansit brethern are cordially invited to attend. O. B. b'chwenke, M. W. \Vm. Kenper, Jr.. Recorder. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. •I. W.«.«, ,V. Meets on Friday on or before each fall moon in the month. Tran- sient hretherenare cordially invited to B, F. Johnson, W. M., Fred Ebeling, Be attend. *cn rwf.rB iiMta jlo «b jvo. j<j K. OF P.'" Meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday night in Sengel- mann's hall. All visiting Knights cordially invited to lodge*! the mee"R«8 of O.B.HCHWENKE, C.C. H. VOGELSANG, K of R&8 | J.Iii-l.i'i II ■" LadteLutheran Aid Socety. Meets the first Tnesday m eyery month, d p. m. Turner Hall. So- licits the membership of the Luth- erans of Schule...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 26 September 1907

: , •; f} ■ Texas Vairmitf Atitl* T'vnt- INSURANCE | Representing the leading Companies of the World. 1 CYRIL PETEK, Jtii work of iko f/rii- ordor. ffiaj/memd Winfree, €ditor. {Plain Words are Sver the ffiest. One 7)oi/ar Jt &ear. VOL XIV #! SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY/ TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,1907. NO. 6 ' ii ■ v • mum' HHif ATHtNIf I nftmLitO LUvlfnVIUiinL CO-OPERATIVE ONION I OF AMERICA s How many of you fellows ^now any- thing about this new "dry mulching system" Which is doing so much for the semi-arid sections of the coun- try? It is well worth your time to study it. The. lessons have a prac- tical application to any section where drouths are liable to occur, and they do octsur in all places sometimes. In the meetings this fall and win- ter, splendid opportunity will present itself for the comparison of methods, soils and yields. There is not an ob- servant farmer in this country who has not found out a number of things by actual experience this year that h ought to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 26 September 1907

#* ■*# r r RAr«KH® -W FW5€; E«tor pd Publisher ■ij .ji •; x ■ T *■;« ■—-—. Entered t tlie Schulenburg postofflce as 833ond-cla'B8 matter. . JKLj ' . ( IjUBSCRI.PTLON $1.00 PER AN.NUM The Sticker Invites the public to Efeeplt posted concerning the goings $0d comings or the town. It you are leaTing town or have ftflen#« ttsHlng you or departing, drop us s_ linethat we may make note of it. But be butw tc sim yourjssme to It as an •.ridence of its ^•rraifteneM. THURSDAY, SEfT. 26, 1907. Bryan, Bajley, Burgess •BEY THE LAW. >- s - . - >•* ^ 1 * -Realising the fact that the con- •* fhtct 5f the saloons in the future 'will decide the question whether .!. the Stete will be prohibition in the near filture or not the Texas ttreiyers' Association has made it a point to see that the saloons obey the laws of the State to the full extent. Thenfollowing letter is. explainatory: • Houston, Texas' Aug. 13. 1907, TO THE PUBLIC: * On the 20th day of iMay, 1904* the Texas Brlwers' Association, • ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 26 September 1907

The Plate to Oel lour Corn Shelers for $1.00 Grain Scoops for 75c Cotton Scales for $1,115 And Up Is at Q. E. RUHMANN & BRO. Patronize the Farmers' Union Warehouse. RATES—$1.00 per bale the first month and 30c per bale per month thereafter, including STORAGE, WEIGHING and INSURANCE. Non-Union as well as Union Farmers can store their cotton and hold for better prices. You can get two-thirds value on y our cotton at the First National Bank at 6 per cent and hold as long as vpu please ^Get 15c for Your COTTON* ■■■ The Farmers' Union Warehouse RKJPOJRT. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- Ins to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb qniet Nominal. 11 1-4 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 90 Corn 40 Eggs 18 Batter (cooking) 12 Batter (table) - 15 Cmckens (as to size) spring 121-3c Hens 9olb Roosters 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nptnicgl - ill"! Cabbage Potatoes perbbl Onion 2.50 Batter Market slow Chlx Declining...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 26 September 1907

Semrelmann Bros. ..THE.. ore mGENERAU DIRECfOHY Governor.'.. . .Thos. M.'Campbell:j Lieut.-Governor.. A. B. Da^idson j Att$cney-General.. R.V. Davidson Comptroller...,.. J. W. Stephens TraSrarfer..... i Sam Spai ks Com missioned Land Officd..;.... • J. J. Terrel Supt. Public Instruction ; .. R. B. Cousins 8UPRBME COURT. Chief Justice.. .R. R. Gaines T H Brown A Williams Proscriptions Carefully Filled. ft. WVAMI. #• . Uiiruia tat i l Ueimy Mid. Fss* lUht^ i vim Wl ALSO DEAL IV PIANOS. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES! fligbtrt M?k*t pr|N paid for tottoi md lllirwed at *11 Mill. Will pay the «Mk lav imm, or take it i **• orange for bulla aai take bmI, m dsiir 4. CtH IAUMGARTEN. Robert Bin Lodge 54, A. O. U. W. Meets regular every 2nd and 4Ui Wednesday. Tiansit brethem are cordially invited to attend. O. B. fcrchwenke, M. W. Wm. Keupor, Jr.. Recorder. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. attoud. oi. JF. ee.f. .V. Meets on Friday ou or before each full moon in the month. Tran- sient bretheren are cordially i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 October 1907

Fer" tr„; """r ity A Ous Russ«k INSURANCE Representing the leading ^^ompames of the World. ] THE uSTly r «) CYRIL I jfil work of /Am fir$l~ ordor. tfeqgmemd Winfree, €ditor. ZPlaen Words are Sver the ffiest. One *Dottar Jf Sfrar. VOL. XIV SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3,1907. *9^7 •I THRTY A- J 1.1 WILL SELL EVERYI In Stock When I Took Possession Don't miss these Bargains. Goods will be sold at a Great Sacrifice* Sale Starts October 7, 1907 Come Early and Get the Best. Everything Will Go Quick. I To All MAX For All I STONMANN I 5 ■■

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 October 1907

Cbe«ticUcr. 1* mm RAYMOND WlHfREE, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Schalenburg postofllce as ssooud-clasB matter. . -. ' i>UBSeRirriON, $r.oo PER ANNUM The StiCKER invites 'the public to keep It posted concerning the goings and coming^ ot th9 tmv 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 U sign your name to it as an evidence of Its genuineness. THT7&!^ A YT^DCT. l?y 1907. -— Bryan, Bailey, Burgess b= Almost everywhere the farmer are holding their Jptf<on for a Met- ier pi ice. Here's hopiu' they will gtt it. —_ r''~y. _ A close perusal of the second number of the Texas (Republican) Reptfblic, shows a continuance of abuse forCampbell,Colquitt and the Thirtieth Legislature. Sucli slush will not gain but few sub scribers for any paper. built uj a lac eta<ivo'trade oiv^Hu'- ter Oil" and is now demonstrating jfe' I that flour can be made from; the) same little seed, which' when prop- j erly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 October 1907

The Place to Gel lour Corn Shelers for $1.00 Grain Scoops for 75c Cotton Scales for $1.15 And Up Is at G. E. RUHMANN & BRO. Patronize the Farmers' Union Warehouse. \ RATES—$1 .00 per bale the first month and 30c per bale per month thereafter, including STORAGE, WEIGHING and INSURANCE. Non-Union as well as Union Farmers can store their cotton and hold for better prices. You can get two-thirds value on your cotton at the First National Bank at 6 per cent and hold as long as you please «^Get (5c for Your COTTONa tx The Farmers' Union Warehouse itJEFOMtr. The following is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horper. and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. - CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb qniet Nominal. 11 1-4 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 90 Corn 40 Bggs 17 Batter (cooking) 12 Batter (table) - 15 CmoKeas (as to Biis)sprlng 12 l-2c Hens 96 lb Roosters 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal Bacon 121-2 Lard - 121-2 Cabbage........— -..4 Potatoes per bWL Onion 2....

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