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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 October 1907

;hp eg: '• <. -J5, ; -/SI •' ' V$ -;:-S |«§r i GENERAL DIRECTORY Wm.A. Badfosd Editor Senffelmann Bros. H. GRUBE, ..THE. PvMeripti« n« Carefully FHlsd fckvarti Bra / AmasIAIAM I*i;r. William A. Radford will answer questions and give advice FREE OF COST on all subjects pertaining to the subject of building for the readers of this paper. On account of his wide expe- rience as Editor, Author and Manufac- turer, he is, without doubt, the highest authority on all these subjects. Address all inquiries to William A. Radford, No. 19* Fifth Ave., Chicago. 111., and only enclose two-cent stamp for reply. This design makes a very attractive little two-story house that should not cost to exceed $1,200, or say $1,500, with plumbing and heating plant com- plete. It is 41 feet long and it is 24 feet wide through the main section, with a cellar the full size of the house. It is easy to make the frame work for a house like this, because one wing braces the other and a solid construc- tion is secu...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 October 1907

's % ■*# ' '• '■"""' jsspB '^C L it// 4£/6> y'4V is Russek INSURANCE Representing the leading ^^ompanies of the Worlaj CYRIL PETER, J?// work of the first- • order, Siaymemd Win free, Set/tor, !Plain Words are fiver the Oft est. One ^Dollar j{ S/ear, VOL. XIV SCHULENBURC, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10,1907. NO. 8 f——— \ FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL All CO OPERATIVE UNION =M-==J Get to be a booster, Crow like a rooster; Gather all of 'em in. Get a hustle all thru, I Show what you can do "C f^ Helpin' your fellow men. v4 LESSONS IN UNIONISM. Si At the World's Fair in Chicago, long before the Farmer's Union was thought of, there was a great lesson in unionism. For years the grain speculators had been keeping the price of corn down to the producers until it went (Lown to 8 cents a bushel. The farms of the great corn state became mortgaged, and poverty was written on almost every farmer's home. Out of this state of affairs grew an organization which the farmers joined and stuck ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 October 1907

HP life ■■ ' ' ~-'v3 " " >: SWIFT DEATH TO BOLL WEEVIL. RAYMOND Wlife Editor and Publisher Entered at the Schulonburg poetofflce 830ond-claB8 matter. • / ' v- S' ' iiUBSCRI I'TION j $ I .oq.£EB, ANNUM The! Sticker Invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings ol the town. If you are leaving town or have Iriends visiting you or departing, drop us a line that we may make note of it. But bo sure it sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1907. Bryan, Bailey, Burgess We took a trip out in the coun try Sunday aud we .were suprised to see so much cotton. Almost every bouse you could see from one to three bales. Lots of cotton is being held for higher prices. Tha Waelder News is one year t olil and wilhvthe able management and its editor, Mrs. Sallio King Hopkins, lias quite a liberal ad- vertising patronage and a growing subscription list. May it ever prosper. \\'o believe if v<ui live in a tow® and expect to make - that pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 October 1907

Uii v Wmc Wis ■ Si Tie to Place Get lour Corn Shelers for $1.00 Grain Scoops for 75c Cotton Scales for $1.15 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 your cotton at the First National Bank at 6 per cent and hold as long as you please — ■■isfGet 15c for Your COTTON* c The Farmers' Union Warehouse .VrIJRK£T KB PORT. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and ohaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton sew per lb qalet Nominal. 111-4 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 90 Corn 50 Eggs 17 Buttef (cooking) 12 Batter (table) 15 CnicKens (as to slze)spring 12 l-2c Hens 9c lb Roosters/. 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal Bacon 12 1-2 Lard 121-2 Cabbage Potatoes per ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 October 1907

warn 433#3§ Sengelmann Bros. H. 0 ..THE.. PrMori^UoQ* Carefully Filled. to . MOTVAMI. «. I.MVMM Echwwti Bra ^Nfrtoltn «i L X UTWT F>«4 lUMtt, M m Bm SaB m4 Izafei W| ALSO DEAL IN PIANOS PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES I High art aaarket prtee paid for aottoa m«4 ieliTirid if toll Mill. Will pay the Mali fat came, or take it 1b ex- change for kvlla ail aaka meal, aa daairad. CRN BAUMGARTEN. Robert Blum Lodge 54, A. O. U. W. Meets regular every 2nd and 4th Wednesday. Tiansit brethern are cordially invited to attend. O. B. fc'chwenke, M. W. Win. Keuper, Jr.. Recorder. Lyons Lodge, No. 195, .1. <c.I, .v. Meets on Friday on or before each full moon .in the month. Tran- sient bretlierenare cordially invited to B. F. Johnson, W. M., Fred Ebelino, Sb Mdll iB.VIirKfi LODGE JYO. !TM K. OF P. Meets every 1st and 8rd Wednesday night in Sengel- tnann's hail. All visiting Knights cordially Invited to attend the meetings of the lodge. O.B.SCHWENKE, C.C. H. VOGELSANG, K of R<fe8 ttood LadjesLutl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 October 1907

Texas University AUSTIN f Qua Russek INSURANCE Representing the leading Companies of the World. 4m i CYRIL PETER, THE|AgDLg| jfM work of the first~ W r, SPqymemct Winfree, Sditor. : , r ■ * 1 ' Plain Words are Sver the 3$est, T r-, V , — One 'Dollar 2/ear. VOL, XIV SCHULENBURC, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17,1907. NO. 9 CMKMTM nr n mm It in not time nor money wasted foi the children to hare provided for them plenty of amusement. "All work ami no play, etc," never was more true than ft fe to-day, in this artificial sort of a life we are living. Running over Texas is a crate foi tho pea a at as a new crop. Do not over do thie thing while the world is crying fbr more broom com and yon are paying forty cents for only a tol- erably good broom. The interurban Is going to put the farm nest to the town in the matter of convenience to everything you want and the city is doing its best to get as much of the cleanness and the pure air of the country they can. RESOLVED THAT THE WEL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 October 1907

6 •> > f '#• i- 1" XCbe Sticker. RAYMOND WIKFREE, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Schulenburg postofflco eaoond-QlasB HfWtter. SUBSCRIPTION. $1.00 PER ANNUM Tbs Sticker Invites the public to keep It posted concerning the goings ana comings ot the to*n. If you are leaving town or nave friends visiting you or departing, drop us a line that we may make note of it iff genuineness. aroy u® a But be sure THURSDAY. OCT. 17, 1907. Bryan, Bailey, Burgess Dbn't sent) a nickel out of Shiner for anything that can be bought in Shiner, that is^ one way to build up your towu.—Shiner Gazette. Cut down your cotton italks as "goon as the cotton is picked. Pile them up and burn them. Advise your neighbors to do the same thing. The only way to overcome boll weevib to tight it from ever point,—Hafletsville Herald. -3fmg up your job work. We are prepared to put out a class ot work that will please the most skeptical If you don't wan;t us k)]print your stationery why there is another of fice in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 October 1907

WP>i- ' & 0: ' m The to Place Get lour Corn Shelers for $1.00 Grain Scoops for 75c Cotton Scales for $1.15 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 >our cotton at the First National Bank at 6 per cent and hold as long as you please ■ ■^Qet 15c for Your COTTON; The Farmers' Union Warehouse JVMIKKKT ItKPORT. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and ohaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY u 1-4 90 50 . 17 12 15 Cotton new per lb quiet Nominal. Cotton Seed per 100 lbs Corn - - Butter (cooking) Batter (table)... - Cniciceaa (as to size) spring 12 l-2o Hens 9c lb Roosters _.12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal Bacon 12 1-2 Lard - - 121-2 Cab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 October 1907

T £ 'ffiil ' ■ m > H i i • I I & 15; Senffiliaann Bros. ..THE.. Carefully Fined Mnroti Sra •ai y«<4 iuun, IW PIANOS DEAL PATRONIZE INDUSTRIES! narkil pries Mttoi •I «il Mill. WUl u« Mik fct or take Itiasx- An|i fcr kails ui ««fe bmI, m deeire*. . - - *" ' - IAUMGARTEN. Robert Blag Lodge 54, A. O. U. W. • llsets regular every 2nd and 4th Wednesday. Tiansit brethern are cordially invited to attend. B. b'cllwenke, M. VV. Waa. Keoper. Jr.. Recorder. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. .«. F.cf. .W. Meets on Friday on oc before each full moon in the month. Tran- sient bretberen are cordially invited to B. F. Johnson, W. M., Fbed Ebklino, Sb *cmvE,m.rmvRfHjOBaB JTO. rj* K. OF P. Meets every 1st and 3rd Weteesdsy night In Seqgel- mann's ball. All visiting Knights cordially invited to attend the meetings of the lodge. O.B;8CHWENKE, C.C. H. VOGELSANG, K of HAS LadiesLutheran Aid Socety. Meets the firBt/Xaesduy iu eyery month, 5 p. 111. Turner Hull. 80- lifits ibe membership of tbe Lutb- draaiof ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 October 1907

: mmzji : m & pit $m% w'^ tbW —^m INSURANCE JTt/ work #/ M« ftrti- Ctass order. "™ Representing the leading of the World, Vtaymemd Winfree, Sdetor. SR= }ain Words are € er ike S&est. One dollar Jf 2/tar. XIV SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24,1907. NO. K) EDUCATiONJU. Ml W-8PEMTIVE IF JUKllCt A DISGUSTING MAN. The most disgstin' man I ever knew This is, you understand, 'twixt me and you— Wm Obadiah Jenks, of Porterville— It may be he is liTin' out there atill— Sat headstrong? Gosh I never see his like; He'd" talk on any subject that you'd strike; You couldn't head his off till he was through, He gener'ly was right about it, too. | Some railroad people came along one day And wanted to secure the right of way; Obadiah said -'twould help the town; ^Ve argued, but we couldn't talk him down; He talked about till the rest gave in And let the soulless corporation win; Ft seems that he was right about it* The most disgusin' man I ever knew "When Arthur Barker's...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 October 1907

«S5E Sticker. y- R^fMOND WINFREE, Editor mi Publisher Entered at the Scbulenburg poetofflce as second-class ma'«3r. SUBSCRIPTION, $i.00 PER ANNUM The' Sticker invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings of the to^iT If* yen aw leaving town or have friends.tlsiting you or departing, drop us a linetbct we nftty make riote of it. But be sure tc sign your name to it as ar evidence of its genuineness,*. THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1907. Bryan, Bailey, Burgess SENATOR D. A. PAULUS. . Id aB .IiterView Amwunces His Can- didacy- For Stale Caroptroller. Hod. D.-A.* > Paulus of Hallets. vftle, who was registered yesterday at the Hotel Brazos, thinks that the question of whether a candidate was a Bailey or anti-Bailey man should not enter into his fitness for the office. "1 will be a candi- date for the office of comptroller of public accounts,'' said the visitor, who is a- member of the State senate,, "and althougbt I support- ed Senator Bailey aud would have ' voted for h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 October 1907

mm- ' m t PERFECT ■ POULTRY & GARDEIN IT EN C E .«£ • <? ' •_ T' ' * ' It willjiot sag in the glimmer heat nor break in the coleK winter. It has jsitay wires as large as-line wire. Is low in , price. Nails. You need no boards. Also Glidden Barb Wire an#* I buy in car load lots oniy. H. P. SCHAEFER. ********************** JIMJtXXX1 nJBJPOBT. Tti« following is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb qnlet Nominal. Cotton Seed per 100 lbs .. Corn.. Eggs Butte 11 1-4 90 bo . 18 13 IS Butter (cooking) gutter (table): nioxens (as to size) spring 12 l-2c Hens 9c lb Roosters -12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal Bacon'——" 121-2 Lard - 121-2 Cabbage - ~ * Potatoes per bbl Onion 2.60 Batter Market slow Chlx Declining Eggs: Steady Cotton Steady ice cream always John Oltmann Hot Hamburger at Seeberger's. Mr. L.M.Herzik is atteudiog the Dallae fair. Cold drinks, on band, Mr. Wm. Tubb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 October 1907

MM 09 puniuw • ciNtittuAft Sengeltnann Bros. H. GBUBE, ..THE.. Prescription* CareFully Filled Setararti Bra Prtfrittm «i IX LItmt and Ft«4 eukitt, m IN ikug, Tmm. 'WJI ALSO DEAL IN PIANOS. 90 PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES! Kifhaet market prioe paid for eottoi seed delivered at sil Hill, Will pij the Mk for IMI, or take it is ax- emails* for balls m4 Hk« nul, u deilrsd. EMI BAUMGARTEN, Rolerl Blum Lodge 54, A. 0. U. W. Meets regular every 2nd and 4th Wednesday. Tiansit brethern are cordially invited to attend. 'O. B. fcrchwenke, M. W. Wm. Keuper, Jr.. Recorder. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. «|toad. .f. F. cf. .u. Meets on Friday on or before each full moon in the month. Tran- sient bretherenare cordially invited to B, F- Johnson, W. M., Fbed Ebelinq, Sb POWDER MILLS AT FONTANET, IND., BLOW UP WITH TERRIFIC FORCE. EXPLOSION FELT 200 MILES HCniIjB.VBURa M^OOiiK .TO. ! « K. OF P. Meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday night In Sengel- mann's hall. All visiting Knights cordially invited to attend the mee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 31 October 1907

Hi; Te*§ Universitf.MJSTIV &*%* F- -: -• •fXHv:-t' ■ Gus Russek INSURANCE 'fi-..? i'"V;; r Representing the leading j^^ompaniea of the World. CYRIL PETER, J>fll work of the firsi- *^^__Class order. • ZRaj/memd Win free, Sditor. iPlain Words are Cver the t/Sest. One ^Dollar 2/ear. VOL. XIV SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1907. NO. II FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL AND CO-OPERATIVE UKION . == OF AMERICA ===== | L_—-J THE CACKLE OF THE HEN. As an indication of wealth the cackle af the hen has all other noises beat. The noise she makes every year sounds like $300,000,000 which is some 520,000,000 more than that of any . wealth producer, King Cotton being second. Defying drouth or boll weevils the 3gg crop comes out every year wSth unceasing regularity and without the aid of government experts or experi- ment farms. The little red or brown or dominecker hen knows her own business and goes about it without any outside advice. The annual poul- try crop is more valuab...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 31 October 1907

i TLhc Sticker. RAYMOND WIHFREE, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Schulenburg postoffloe as 89ooQd-olass matter. SUBSCRIPTION, fi.oo 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 we may make note of it. But be sure t( sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY. OCT. 31, 1907. Bryan, Bailey, Burgess BAILfcY AND DAVIESON. Dallas, Texas, o^ker 20.— The reigning sensation in Texas today is the challenge by Senator r> iiley flung at the attorney gener- al of Texas in the latter's presence ; . they sat at the banquet last night which was tendered to the governor of the State, and all are watching to see the next«move in li e feud, There is a political feud between K^nator Bailey and Attorney Gen- « * al Davidson. Davidson made d.ilegrtrons in court that reflected (D Bailey, And it is charged that if was for political ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 31 October 1907

X3#rp'3C i: 14-.;~?r \y r. mosr PITSBURG PERFECT POULTRY <Sfc GARDEN V SPBNCEf It will not sag in the summer heat nor break in the cold winter. It has stay wires as large as line wire. Is low in ^ga price. You need no boards. Also Glidden Barb. Wire and Nails. I buy in car load lots oniy. - . jjj H. P. SCHAEFER. | NOTICE OF ESTRAY. jgr^BKJBr rupokt. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb quiet Nominal. 10 1-4 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs .... ;. 90 gorn ;:.vrrrr:::::":.:. ?! Gutter (cooking) j? Butter (table) - - Cnicitens (as to slze)aprlng 14c Boosters - Turkeys per lb Nominal Bacon Lard - Cabbage — Potatoes per bbl Onion Batter Market slow Chlx Declining Eggs: Steady Cotton Steady Heus 9c lb ; 12 1-2 ...... 8 1-2 121-2 12 1-2 2.50 Hot Hamburger at Seeberger'a. Dr. Clark was in Dallas this week. Cold drinks, ice cream always on band, John Oltmann Mr. Wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 31 October 1907

1 -yr.-- • spgppi* w~8 ' MtlHU S£mtv • « «"*«.* Sengelmann Bros. H. GRUBB, ..THE.. U661ST Prescriptions Carefully Filled 1.1. Schwuti Bras Pwjrirtwi 4 LI i*r«y bad fill MiUn, m ml mm. ClV, M m4 Szobuif* form w| also deal in pianos patronize HOME INDUSTRIES! Hifbeat nukit prist paid for «ottoB m«4 ieli Tired &l eii mill, Will pay the eeak let •Mae, or teke it in «*- cHesge for holla ia4 cake aaeal, aa deaired. riH IAUM6ARTEN. Dbert Blum Ledge 54, A. O. U. VV. Meets regular every 2nd and 4th Wednesday. Tiansit brethern are cordially invited to attend. §f; O. B. fcrchwenke, M. W. Win. Keuper, Jr.. Recorder. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. attend. .1. F. tm.l. .IT. Meets on Friday on or before each fall moon in the month. Tran- sient bretheren are ' cordially invited to B. F- Johnson, W. M., Fred Ebeling, 8b HijnwjisBjrBUMtfz lough .vo. 999 K. OF P. Meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday night In Sengel- mann's hall. All visiting. Knights cordially invited to tin attend the meetings of the lodge. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 November 1907

m Siqymtmd Win free, Cditor. ZPlain Words are Cuer the- ZBest, One ^Dollar jf %/tar. VOL. XIV SCHULENBURC, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14,1907. NO. 13 FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL MB CO-OPERATIVE UNION wM jBSJ Sgjfe' *4k 6F AMERICA Get yoar split log drag ready. Pret- ty soon the roads will be sloppy. That's the prime time to use the drag. A victory for the cotton raisers now will mean an easier victory for others when the time comes for them to make the test of strength. It ig about time that you were planting out a few more grape vines. You will appreciate them later on, and they will not shirk their work at aay place along the line. The longer nights of the winter should not find you without plenty of good reading matter. Newspapers are so cheap now that all can afford to have plenty of good reading matter, and net have to read trash either Have you got your sheds fled up so that the pofor dumb brutes can shelter themselves from the fierce winter rains and winds? If you hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 November 1907

p BHH „ ■mm THE STICKER, RAYMOND WINFREE, Pub. Ms SCHUJLENBURG, - TEXAS. To Promote Healtn. Good health depends, to an immtas-; arable degree, upon our ability to keep the blood pure and the circulation per- fect." The best method of doing this may be briefly summarized: "Take plenty of exercise in the open air— preferably in the country, away from " the'dity " ~ The best exercise is a long walk In the country, and the benefit of such a walk is increased if only a very small quantity of fluid and food be .taken before beginning the walk, says the New York Weekly. This walk in the open air not only enriches the 'blood with oxygen, but it strengthens the skin and nervous system, and through this the digestive system. Great moderation in the amount of food, and especially of meat, should be practised, particularly by old peo- : pie. There is no longer any doubt that moderate meat-eating after the meridian of life is reached conduces to longevity. Drink water, and plenty of it, after th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 November 1907

MBeIbbBBPHW "■■* VMRM I Eg / W: life ■ * ?:v* i. (DhlttrraiUtrj National Uowrfianj Slttwa 'Vv "■-f^' •'•••' T-/ - • v7v> « -v ; By CAMILLE FLAMMARION. HE first time that I found myself wafted through the air by an aerostat my soul sang like that of Pilatre des Roziers and of the marquis of Arlandes, heroes of t^e first aerial voyage, in September, 1783. King Louis XVI. had granted authoriza- tion of this experiment only on the condition that it be at- tfmpted on two men condemned to death. The ardent Pilatre was indignant at the thought that "vile criminals should have the first glory of being elevated in the air." He conjured, he supplicated, and succeeded in making the first ascension with his friend the marquis of Arlandes. Two years later he paid for his admirable temerity with his life. In the entire history of humanity no other discovery has excited an enthusiasm equal to the invention of Montgolfier. At least, according to the annals of the time, the engravings, and the so...

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