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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 November 1907

>- * - . r\ . ^ rfssjfr'f r ? 'V t: Si -• "-.?~r- * ; * y,;,.,.- ,?, '\r l®2 r. 'V :h V5f,;/, ® - iCbe Sticker. RAYMOND WiNFREE. Editor and Publisher I ;«• •.;/> • < ;■ ,?'V; ... IV^.;'C" ;- <-^s Entered at the Schulenburg poBtofflce at seoond-ol&ss matter. SUBSCRIPTION, Ji.oo PER ANNUM The Sticker invites the public to keep It irieuw vxBiviDg you or ubjwi uug, uiu^ «•- «• line that we may make note of it. But be Bure tc sign your name to it as an evldenoe 01 its eenulneness. THURSDAY. NOV. 14, 1907. Bryan, Bailey, Burgess Kyery one is predicting that this winter will be a record break- er aa to cold weather and we be- lieve it. Houston is a lucky town. Dur- ing the carnival it was beautiful weather, bnt Dallas was not so favored, and it seems San Antonio will be hard hit by the weather man. We acknowledgo with thanks passes to the International Fair at San Antonio, which is now going on and will continue until the 24th Quite a number will attend from this place. 1 ....

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 November 1907

•« : SSKS8 '.*■■ ■ ' / EVERYTHING That cuts—From a Pen Knife to a Sythe. We carry the famous W. R. Case & Sons line of cutlery. Hand hammered. t-fr- mm, W i mm S® We buy these goods because of the finess and durability of the steel and the excellence of the workmanship. If we could find better, we would handle them. Just now we are offering many exceptional values in knives. Here are a few of them—there are many more, not only in cut- lery but in general hardware—at the store. Pocket knife, ebony handle—three blades SI.00 Pen knife, a beauty—pearl handle—two fine blades 25 The famous Clauss Rasors, full concave, ebcny handle, guaran- teed. Honed free of charge. $1.00 to S3.00 H. P. SCHAEFER. JVMMK.BT MBFOmr. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, end ohaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY aew per lb quiet Nominal. . 9 1-2 , Seed per 100 lbs 00 s3 18 12 15 Hens 9c lb 12 t-2 81-2 121-2 121-2 „ ■10001 Butter (ta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 November 1907

1 BAD LAW; POOR ENFORCEMENT The People, Misled by Professional Politic- ians' Cries, are to Blame On a Final Reduction* Some people complain of our de- fective laws, and of the crime and lawlessness that stalk abroad in. the land, without ever considering for a moment that they themselves are in no small degree responsible for the very things of which they com- plain. They elect the men who make the laws. They elect the Judges who construe the laws. They elect the officers who execute the laws, and, after all, the faults, short- comings and defects in our legisla- tive, judicial and executive branches of government can be traced back to the citizen's failure to do his duty intellgently, faithfully and consci- entiously at home, in the witness box, on the jury or at the ballot box. If every man who offers him- self as a candidate were required to present an unimpeachable record for honesty and efficiency, and if every voter would demand such a record, and refuse to vote for any candi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 November 1907

■If' RM assm -i - ! plglP ri* V I • MAY FIND TREASURE SHIP Fishermen While Trawling Bring Wreckage of British Vessel Suafe in War of 1812. It is thought the paymaster's scuttled ship Ensign, which was sunk with her crew of 90 souls in Chippewa bay, in the St. Lawrence, near Brockville, during the war of 1812, has been located by fishermen near Dark island, the summer home of Commodore P. C. Bourne, of New York, says the Ottawa correspondent of the New York Sun. The discov- ery, if true, means great wealth for the lucky finders. Odd pieces of ship's rigging and rope ends characteristic of 100 years ago and the cover of a sea chest with the word Ensign laid in pearl have come to light where the treasure ship is supposed to lie. The discovery was made lately while two fishermen were out trawl- ing. A heavy deep-sea lead was taken along and between hauls the lead was sunk by the men to satisfy their curiosity as to the depth of water. The chest cover was brought to the surface trailing ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 November 1907

■■■■BHaBSEfEjhawaBfc " g&4 Pft i!i " •" - ?%&*&$ ^ ■ ffi Robert Blum Lodge 54, a. o. u. w. Mfttts regular every 2nd and 4th Wednesday. Tiansit brethern are cordially invited to attend. y O. B. Schwenke, M. W. Wm. Keoper, Jr.. Recorder. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. attend. •l.r.mJi.JW. Meets on Friday on or before each full moon in the month. Tran- sient bretheren are cordially invited to B. P. Johnson, W. M., Peed Ebblino, 8a cswrjLBjrmWTMa K,ODGM JTO. 93* K. OF P. Farmers' Educational Co-operative Union of America. Meets en 2d & 4th Saturd y in the month at 8 o'clock in Sengelmann's ijall. All visiting brothers are cor- dially invited to attend, John Nordhausen, Pres. John P. Thomas, Sec. Meets ereiy 1st and 3rd r night la Saqgel- 01. All Tinting jrdlally invited to attend the meetug* of the eiy 1 Wednesday nigh mann's hall. Knights co! lodge. O.B.8CHWENKB, C.C. K. VOGELSANG, K ot R*8 LadiesLutiieran Aid Socety. Meets the first Tuesday in eyery month, 5 p. m. Turner Hall. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 November 1907

V- : : 68 of the World. ***• Uairergity a vst]} fe m < . , . *« I CYRIL PETER, work of the first- order. 1 I Vn/rv&j Sditor. SP/a/n Words are Sver the {Best* One ^Dollar %/oar. eh VOL XIV SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21,1907. NO. 14 as£ FARMERS1 EDUCATIONAL Ml GO-OPERATIVE ONION mmi— If MEIIM —= J INTERESTING DATA. The order today numbers about 2,000,000 members. The Farmers* Un- ion Is the largest body of organized labor in the world. The order is grow- ing rapidly, and in a short time will hare all the farmers lined up. The organization is the strongest and largest association in the world, and if the present plans are carried out it will be among the strongest organizations of any kind in the world. The organization extends from the Atlantic to the Pacific, yet there is a territory untouched by the or- But this territory will be organised this year. The Union is making a noise In the world, and the business world is look- ing on with awe. For many...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 November 1907

J1R I 9 STICKER, RAYMOND WINPSEE, Pub. SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS. THE BEST LIFE PARTNERS dumber of Mixed Marriages Has brought Up Question as to Va- rious Wifely Qualifications. Mixed marriages seem the autumn fashion; we have just heard of an Austro-Saxon princess marrying an Italian pianist, and some of the hun- idr^ds - of British maidens seeking husbands in the United States, com- ments the I*ondon Chronicle. Mme. Waddington has just been asking whether English or American wom- en make the better wives for French and Italian husbands. And her opin- ion is that the American woman is the more successful. She may be a careless housekeeper, a slack mother, but she makes her husband proud of her as a wife, Well, the woman who marries has usually to play four parts at least— companion, lover, housekeeper and mother—and, according to Mme. Waddington, the American girl will take the stage admirably as com- panion. The English girl remains aggressively English. And the other iay this writer c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 November 1907

Sv2? X -h i ■ ™ ' 'JOB MULHATTON HERE AGAIN. i & Hug# Meteor Falls In Lake and Hooks Many Fish. It seems thai Joe Mulhatton's great meteor, which brought many scientists to Texas, only to prove a hoax, has a rival at Shafter Lake. A local paper, telling about the enor- mous meteor which he alleges fell there, says: 5 , Our citizens were rudely awakened from their slumbers Tuesday morn- ing about 2:30 o'clock by a very se- vere shock. For as long as forty seconds windows shook, dishes rat- tled and chairs rocked. At first it was thought to be a very serious se- ismic disturbance, and when the earth ceased to tremble and our in- habitants returned to their beds, nothing more was thought of it un- til the next morning, when over east of town, seemingly at the foot of Lost Lake, there was seen ascend- ing heavenward a long, curling, seething mass of steam and smoke. Immediately an investigating com- mittee was formed, and the distance intervening between the city of Shafter Lake and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 November 1907

mmm Pt .c.Mr • - ■ J Hi Gbe Sticker. RATMQND WIHFREE, EDM art Publisher Entered t the Sohulenburg poatofflce as saoond-oUss matter. AXE COST HIM $1 20. SUBSCRIPTION, $i.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 line that we may make note of it. But be sure i o sign your name to it as an evidence of Its genuineness. - g THURSDAY, NOV. 21, 1907. Bryan. Bailey, Burgess The Camp ball banquet at San Antonio Saturday night last was a very tame and qaiet affair. 'I Next Thursday will be Thanks* giving Day. We were very thank- ful last WeUnesuav for the sun- shine. It did not seem natural to see Old Sol shining Wednesday morn- ing, but it was appreciated never the less. It is a cinch that the end of the world it not near. The earth could hardly burn in its now soak- ed condition. It will not make any material difference with us whether "In God we ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 November 1907

■v^j| flpf Is? m - > ilH ; EVERYTHING That cuts—From a Pen Knife to a Sythe. We carry the famous W. R. Case & Sons line of cutlery. Hand hammered. We buy these goods because of the finess and durability of the steel and the excellence of the workmanship. If we could find better, we would handle them. Just now we are offering many exceptiona' Values in knives. Here are a few of them—there are many more, not only in cut- lery but in general hardware—at the store. Pocket knife, ebony handle—three blades ...- -$1.00 T Pen knife, a beauty—pearl handle—two fine blades . .25 { The famous Clauss Rasors, full concave, ebeny handle, guaran- teed. Honed free of charge. $1.00 to *. $3.00 . H. P. SCHAEFER. At High Hill, Friday moroiDg last the 15th, Mrs. Louise Stuercke aged 76 years, died and her re- mains wore laid to rest in the High Hiii cemetery the Saturday follow- ing. ^Irs, Stuercke was bom in Mecklenburg, Schwerine, Ger- many, and came to America in 1858. and in 1859 was happily ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 November 1907

i~~ * *" -, - mm §X i p- n> HOME-MADE ALBUMS TO HOLD UNMOUNTED PHOTOS OR POST CARDS. Heavy Cartridge Paper the Material for the Manufacture of These Souvenirs—Appropriate and Pretty Decorations. Albums for holding unmounted pho tograhs and post cards are made of very heavy cartridge paper and are exceedingly easy of manufacture. No cover is necessary, as the cartridge paper does perfectly well for the cover also. The Taooks are usually made " quite large and are sewed together in the middle wjth a few stitches of strong silk cord. The cover is glued on with good glue—not mucilage. The cover is usually decorated with a pho- tograph pasted in the center and with the word "Album" or "Photographs" vor "Post Cards" in large letters, which may be in water color or crayon. For a girl who can paint or draw, of course, the decoration of the cover is a source of pleasure and gives an op- portunty for original design. The al- bums meant for photographs have perfectly plain pages, while thos...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 November 1907

SP n TiiE FIRST MEAL -•. ; SOME GOOD BREAKFAST TABLE SUGGESTIONS. hL Coffee Tastes Better if Made at the Moment Required — Hot Water Dishes to Keep the Food in Condition. 1 Here are some suggestions for the breakfast table that may be of use: CofEee will be much better if it is I:rWi ■' :•. mm Mr V' H|gp made right on the table. There is a Viennese coffee pot which comes in jopper or nickel. This is furnished ith its own alcohol lamp, which boils le water as it percolates through the coffee. The coffee can be made any desired strength. If the machine is started with boiling water coffee can be made in'from ten to 15 minutes. Tea should also be made on the table; you can then be sure that the Water is freshly boiled and that the tea does not stand after being made. There are some china teapots that have a sievelike pocket in the top to hold the tea leaver. The boiling water is poured through them as many times *s is necessary. The tea when made remains the same strength, as the leave...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 November 1907

.. . . , . * . * ajjf v-; * -.'-'V- cn 03 00 JO ^ K *?£/ = >? 2 Ifl mm < tONJ ? tn wi iOD o-ft o 5* P Sf OB gp p| GENERAL DIRECTORY SHIP SUBSIDY AGAIN AN EFFORT BEING MADE TO RE- VIVE THE PLUNDERING The American People Are Securing the Benefit of Lower Rates of Foreign Ship Building Compe- tition Without a Subsidy. Robert Blum L A. 0. U. W. Meets regular every 2nd and 4th Wednesday. Tiansit brethern are cordially invited to attend. O. B. gchwenke, M. W. Wm. Keeper, Jr.. Recorder. Lyons Lodge, No. 195 starad. •#. JF. «if. <W. Meets on Friday on or before each fall moon io the month. Tran- sient bretherenare cordially invited to B. P. Johnson*W. M., Fbkd Ebeling, 8e ■wjrasvms £#jJTO. K. OF P. Moots every let and Srd Wednesday night in Sengel- mann's b«U. All rUltlng Knights cordially Invited to attend the meeting# of the lodge. 0.B.8CHWENKB, C.C. H. VOGELSANG, K of K&8 — ir_ *- LadiesLutherao AidSocety. the first Tnesday in eyery «KMitb, 5 p. m. Turner Hall. So- licits th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 November 1907

3*lain Words are €ver the 3$est. One dollar j( 2/ear. XIV SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, f907. NO. 15 M mm. ' it- 1 1 ie anc see my line. I have a nice assortment. I am over- Toys and Candies and at a very low price. ya?g v li ; Wgi :tiest Dressed Dolls and the ^ment of Candies for the itmas Tree you will find here. Warataf Not to Gs to States ®f America. Sj 8 all our daily papers published a dispatch from Vienna, capital of Austria, stating that the Government issued a warning against agents who at present are busy inducing Austrian and Hun- garian emigration [to the Southern States of America. An official cir- cular on the subject calls attention to the "alleged peonage system" in that part of the United States, and recommends that people who con- template emigrating be very cautious and not follow the advice of emigration agents until reliable guarantees are forthcoming regard ing the prospects for immigrants in the Southern States. I presumed tbat amo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 November 1907

idw®. THE STICKER, RAYMOND WXNFREE, Pub. SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS. BENEFIT OF BRIEF REST Comfortable Position and If Possible Complete Blankness of Mind Will Do Wonders. Few women know how to rest properly without sleeping. The av- erage woman when she has a few moments to rest will sit in a rock- ing chair and rock vigorously. Noth- ing shatters the nerves more than this habit, which seems chronic with the American woman. To rest so as to obtain the most benefit remove as much of your clothing as you have time .|or. Then select a comfort- able chair and lie back and put the feet on a footstool. This is much bet- ter than lying on a couch. Do not sleep, read or think. Let your mind be as near perfect blankness as is possible. After a little practice one really can achieve a blank mind. Af- te^ half an hour of complete relax- ation of all the nerves one feels rest- ed. This is more satisfactory than a "half hour nap, which some people claim is bad for the figure. Of course working girls ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 November 1907

= Trf- W'-< ;?k|v« *"-- * ''^'5w.*t 5 § v' ".. . -° ■ '■*r IlrJS v^W" 5 = iljiililf = 'i0 Mi = She Ualror Uttum attb ®tj? ©rust Com? to i>tag ~0Mt::,:. w fe By SAMUEL GOMPERS, President American Federation of Labor. If ( _ r?i:' The trade union is tlie voluntary associa- tion of the many for the benefit of all the com- munity. The trust is the voluntary association of the few for their own benefit. The trade union puts no limit upon its membership except that of skill and character, it welcomes every wage-worker. In fact, its strength and influ- ence rest in its universal adoption by the wage- workers as the permanent and potent method of voicing their needs. Were every wage-worker in the country a member of organized labor, still there would be no labor trust. Trusts consist of organizations for the con- trol of the products of labor. Laborers have not a product for sal#. They possess their labor power; that is, their power to produce. Certainly there can not be a trust in an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 November 1907

SfSfc. ■ r *-"v^ rl^#? *$53?- m im mm m*?*? * '3 a 7 and Holiday = P^SSI IIP i:i;-4VSv>i •fS t5i jOIl here is no comparison/ it surpasses anything ever shoiun in the way MM of a olid ay display Countless thousands of nOw novelties that will deliyht the hearts of thousands of children Christmas morn- *ng. Spring all the 'little folks down to see Santa Clans' Jfeadquarters, it is a treat they will enjoy. Jfcoliday shopping is more 'satisfactory at DO NOT FAIL TO COME TO SEE In m, present than during the rush just before Christmas. 2lfo advise early buying. Stocks are best, prices are as low as they will ever be and you have the leas are to select in. Sf desired goods bought now will be held for delivery until Christmas. 7/fe also have a large assort- ment of Christmas XJree Ornaments.> 3*ire 7/Jorks, <Ste. |§® SANTA CLAUS AT OUR STORE TLhc Sticker. ttraiNI WttiFREE, Editor and Publisher Entered at th« Schulanburg poctoffloe as gjoond-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $i.oo PER ANNU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 November 1907

iiM • W'v . 3r.n v, •-.X fc&J I/' Ki®: §§&% EVERYTHING That cuts—From a Pen Knife to aSythe. We carry the famous W. R. Ca^e & Sons line of cutlery. Hand hammered. We buy these goods because of the finess and durability of the steel and the excellence of the workmanship. If we could find better, we would handle them. Just now we are offering many exceptional values in knives. Here are a few of them—there are many more, not only in cut- lery but in general hardware—at the store. Pocket knife, ebony handle—three blades - -$1.00 Pen knife, a beauty—pearl handle—two fine blades 25 The famous Clauss Rasors, full concave, ebcny handle, guaran- teed. Honed free of charge. $1.00 to :..$3.00 H. P. SCHAEFER. ,W,/RKET REPORT. The following 1* the market report as compil- •ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- Ice to the highest market prices paid. EVERY WEDNEDAY 9 1-2 CHANGED Cotton new per ib quiet Nominal. Cotton Seed per 100 lbs Corn 55 - * - 21 butter (cooking) *. 12 Butt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 November 1907

MmcS * m Woman andHome SHOW NEW COLORS DISTINCTIVE FEATURE IN THE SMART TAILORED GOWNS. These Have, However, the Softness Prevalent in All the Season's 8hades—Fashionable Braid- ed Effects Are Seen in All. Two pretty new colors have been brought forward in a dozen or so Bmart tailored gowns. The first is "Amadou," or tinder, which shows itself acceptable in checks and broken plaids, while the other is a soft bronze, called Congo. The latter is de- 1 flcious in the sinate costume illus- trated. No color cSn hope to attain success these days unless it is soft and lux- urious. In fact, softness prevails ov- er the winter modes like the silent mist of the morning; it is softness of texture, softn of color, softness of effect that the ^outurieres ever strive to produce and always with remark- able success. §mart checks are so soft and subdued that frequently they are only to be detected on near scrutiny. This is true of a panne velvet in Amadou. The circular skirt fits per- fectly over t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 November 1907

X wmmm \ *4- mny JUST HIS CASE. A man who was famous for never paying his bills owed a considerable sum to his tailor. Sending bills had bad no effect upon the debtor, so the tailor decided to make a personal at- tempt to collect the amount. He called several times upon the delinquent, but was never able to catch him. Finally be succeeded, just as he was going out and accosted him with the modest in- quiry : "Will you pay me this bill, sir?" The man looked at it for a moment, and then said, innocently: "Did you ever owe anybody any- thing?" "No, sir," replied the tailor. "Then you can afford to wail," said the waggish debtor, and off he walked. The tailor again made several at- tempts, and at last was successful in cornering the man a second time. The debtor looked very solemn, and said: "Are you in debt to anyone?" Not to be caught this time, the tailor replied: "Yes, sir; I am sorry I am." "And why don't you pay?" "Because I haven't got the money," said the tailor, with a signific...

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