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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 April 1901

i % - m MBHI §11 ;p. §11 A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL! The consumption of kS LION COFFEE has increased immensely, and this coffee is now used in millions of homes. The grocers all over the country keep us busy delivering LION COFFEE to them. You- will find no* stale LION COFFEE on his shelves—it sells too fast to grow stale. Why? Because it is an absolutely pure coffee. Strength, Purity and Flavor. (tar motto is Please bear in mind that Watch our next advertisement. is not a glazed article; it is not coated with egg mixtures or chemicals in-order to give it a better appearance. We do not need to resort to such measures—we have no imperfections to hide! In every package of LIOII COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and descriptive list. No housekeeper, in fact, no woiratr.'man, boy or girl will fail to find in the list some article which will contribute to their happiness, comfort and convenience, and which they may have by simply cutting out a certain number of Lion Heads fr...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 May 1901

w .C- -—=5- — . T«xM Unlv#r !tf : v-; - 't. 'r '* ^*8§ l 'i'£ki >.%:■■'■: ms? ZPlain Words Jfre Sver the S8est. One dollar a 2/ear ?Si?S| V( Itt, .< SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 2' 1901. NUMBER 39 £ A OIL COMPANY of TEXAS. CAPITAL STOCK/ $240,000. ROLULEAP UP AND NON-ASSESSABLE. PAR VALUE $1.00 PER SHARE. Vhis eanpany has actually bought and owns Vwenty Acres of land in proven oil district. Vho title to this land is perfect. Vhe stack has been fully paid up. A limited number of shares are now offered to the publie for a short time at 25 CefltS B. Share. $25.00 buys J00 shares; $/00. QO buys 400 shares; <$50.00 buys 200shares; $1000.00buys 400 shares. Our officers and di. rectors are weii known citizens and business men of Jayette and Colorado counties. Applications for stock will be received by $°aul Jflatt, Assistant Secretdry, XaSranye, Vex as; *Dr. J. <5. Clark, &. jf. Walters, JP. Sraf and W. S&. Jfing, Schulenbury, Vexas; Jules ttoensch,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 May 1901

,r>.V . H H t jm --f ■ ^ . Fx^y fe i" -*k I ~UL "^.t- Sticker. W. R. KING, Editor- WEIMAR LOCALS. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at tho Schulenburg postofflce as second-clasa matter. THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1901. m MURMURINGS OF MIKE. •gfeK &*&*•' - *V Several improvements, build- ings, painting, renovating are now in full ^wing. Now comes the season for dew- berries, green plums, cramp colic and other truck. Mrs. M. C. Levey and daugther, Miss Hedwig, visited Halletsville on Odd b ellows Day. Bro. Miller, your report regard- tliat pretty girl baby is somewhat a little too soon enough. Oil or none. Real estate trans- actions are still daily occurrences in this section of the land. What, eh what indeed if oil hap- pens to be discovered in our Im- mediate vicinity? out. The A. O. U. W. (Ancient Order United Workmen) on April 1st, 1901 had 468,000 members in good standing. Quite a number of our towns- people participated in the Sunday School excursion to Eagle Lake Watch a l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 May 1901

\ . • •_ fCy:- J'lfef ~ :* I£.-:.$ j* |ga§i|fe'^ - t ; r^Bii ^a^iSS-i4SKa«5«Bf.s «i®a , P *r —-V- . r . f '.TT y-;riiK* , llW** tr> *H i-i ■*>«*'r-t' -a. H. HORNER. O. ROOS. At HORNER'S * The prettiest line of Wash &:t;- Goods is at yourdisposal ,|such & as Madras Cloth, Near Silks, & Leno in stripes and dots, and especially 3f£ White Goods. Trimmings in a great variety and up-tp^date styles, Lin- ings and necessaries. A big line of Lace Sample • Handkerchiefs. GROCERIES. AND FEED STUFF. ' The Celebrated Tl DAL WAVE Flour. At HORNER'S. O 4MSKBX' REPORT. is the market report as eomptl- and chanced weekly, aecord- ta^to ttia highest market prices paid CHANGED EVERY "WEDNESDAY " Cotton Cotton Corn... E ragl 7 1-2 perl0U1D8-- rrr ~<r*-r?~r "- .rr 8] 9c a J> r~* iSgffCaa Turkeys (per pair)- nominal Bacon o _ Potatoes U"'\V."V.V.'.'WWct WJtiaaiKifk^Kiss: *• COTTON—Quiet—Fair demand for good cotton. T-- M Dr. Tansfey was in Flatonia last Sunday. ' > New line of S...

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

.- IH F®^V> PBOHtwMHBi «<!/* ;&:l#-i- :' m rg Electric Xight Co. .%'' \■■•- . 'v «■■■ - ^ W. H. McKINNON, Manager. - _ze the Schulenburg Elsciric Light Co. EJectric lights in business _ . residences are preferable to the oil lamp for a number of reasons; j cheaper, afford a better- light, are neater and more convenient. Our i are reasonable, and every effort is put forth to give good service. NEATNESS. CHEAPNESS. EFFICIENCY. i not U3ing Electric Lights, we would be glad to have you become id are quite sure you would be well pleased with the service. T. SCHAEFER, Mating ditpoMcd of my Saloon Business, 1 trill mow Replenish mttj Stock of Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brick, Lime, Cement, Paints, Oils, Builders' Hardware and Undertakers' Goods. 33.V *? Give me your Business and Remember the Leader Is- S.T. 3EEeax*s© ±jzl Oonneotion. PS|v New Orleans Brewing Association. — — mm ■ MMonMIt BY BUYING DIRECT FROM ^ £ ROSEN BURGER & CO., 202-204 E. 102d St., NEW YORK CITY. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 May 1901

r t li?f f = .#. Jfing, Publisher. =— Plain Words Jfre Soar the Pest. One 'Dollar a 2/ear SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1901. NUMBER 41. tv of BEAUMONT, TEXAS. rv CAPITAL FULLY PAID UP AND, NON-ASSESSABLE. PAR VALUE $1.00 PER SHARE. has actually bought and owns TJwenty uteres of land in pr°ven oil district, ZJhe title io this land is perfect. TJhe stock has been fully paid up. A limited number of shares arc npw offered to We public for a sfort time at 25 CentS 3L Share. $25.00 buys JOO shares; $100. 00 buy9 400 shares/ <$50, 00 buys 200shares; $1000.00buys 4000 shares, Our officers and di. rectors are well known citizens and business men of layette and Colorado counties. Applications for stock will be received by Paul Jflatt, Assistant Secretary, XaSranye, TJexas; *Dr. S. €. Clark) X.X.&oH,r„X,Sr„ra < W. SP. Jfiny, Schulenburg, TJexas; Jules S&oensch, Winchester TJexas; J(. Jfeintze> XaSranye; *Dr.* 9?f. €. Clary, West Point, TJexas; €. J. We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 May 1901

Pgl&3gg| - Zbe Sticker. W. R. KING, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postoffice as second-clpss matter. m v %'' - m • Z&f ' - ^%'zk'. & ije*2 V - m ™"t8 . ; Sfesj THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1901. Sgfe HE -- 11 i -r. . ' S Hi SS 1* ■4 ifeiK : ABOUT OIL. Now that the feverish excite- ment occasioned by the activity in the Beaumont oil field has subsi- de! and reaction has set in, the people are beginning to wonder how it was ever possible for them to have become so intensely enthused in regard to a subject about which they are so grossly ig- norant, and yet their interest, is easily explained. Human nature is all akin. The innate desire to suddenly or quickly acquire wealth is more dormant in some natures than in others, and the more dor- mant the desire the more deeply imbedded is the disposition and therefore the greater the strength developed when the latent inclina tion is once aroused. Outside of a given area, which is comparatively smali, any p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 May 1901

IsT*3 iSpE mm . S§®E V 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 JFEED STUFF. The Celebrated TIDAL WAVE Flour. At HORNER'S. T REPORT. _ ' is the market repartaa compil- ed by H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY 60c 8 c hard sale. 6 to 7c !)Z. "... 10 to 150 ' ' 15 to 20 not wanted ......nominal 10c 9 to 10c ...noSlnal 20c Chickens (as to siae) (per,pair). Lard. Potatoes Irish Potatoes per backet Irish Potatoes rapidly declining. - Spring Chix urgently wanted. COTTON—Entirely nominal, sales only on Dr. I. E. Clark attended court at LaGrange Wednesday. Shoes for the shoeless at Ditch's. Mr. Ben Sasa of LaGrange was in Schulentrarg last week. Bring your produ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 May 1901

asp Always do Sour Chinking Before 3?our Buying! ;vSf V 5^.;4' S ome Silver-Tongued Talker may try to make you believe the "moon is green cheese" and it does not matter much whether it is or not, but when you come to buying Mowers and Rakes Don't trust him too fa.r. Do some thinking before you buy. I WOULD LIKE TO SHOW YOU the OSBORNE LINE. YOU CAN YOURSELF SEE THEIR SUPERIOR POINTS. Also see my line of. Hardware, Windmills arid Cisterns. H. P. SCHAEFER, ScK¥l£,burl1' New Orleans Brewing Association. Pilsener, Nation, " Extra Pale, " Culmbacher, " Kaiserbeer, " BOTTLE BEER: per keg $2.75 3.00 2.75 2.75 2.75 ill mm-- m LOUISIANA EXPORT, PILSENER and UNION. mrtTTTTP77x7P*' The following Saloons in Schulenburg sell the New Orleans Beer. Sunny South Saloon. Sigmund Schaefer, Palace Saloon. F. F. Schaefer. G. Ebeling, Zum Kuehlem Grunde. Respectfully, JOHN OLTMANNS. mm S. T. SCHAEFER, Having tUtposcri of wjr Satoou Bushiest, I trill now XtepUtith i jf Stock of mm* : m /■ ' - £hingles, Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 May 1901

mm. mmm T*x* Uoiviriltf ■SSS^-W^ ~T - ■ ' " "3[ __ 1'. ifl 1 7ny, {Publisher. ME VII. i ■ '- ■:.; - . - '. * ■ &- -—— 5*I a in Words jfre Suer the S3 est. One *Dollar a 2/ear SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1901. NUMBER 42. OIL COMPANY of BEAUMONT, TEXAS 85*$5£3f >• ■ •; * r CAPITAL STOCK, $240,000. aw FULLY PAID UP.AND NON-ASSESSABLE. PAR VALUE $1.00 PER SHARE. 6SF* ; —— TJhis canpany has actually bought and owns TJwenty Acres oMandin pr°ven oil district. TJhe title to this land is perfect. TJhe stock has been fully paid up. A limited number of shares are now offered to the public for a short time at 25 CentS 2L Share. $25. 00 buys J00 shares; $ J00^00 buys 400 shares; $50. 00 buys 200shares; $1000. 00buys 4000shares. Our officers and di. rectors are well known citizens and business men of layette and Colorado counties. Applications for stock will be received by Paul Jflatt, Assistant Secretary, XaSranye, TJexas; 'Dr. S. €. Clark, S&. A. lit otters,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 May 1901

, mmw I jS§| W0m I fi if §fs£ . .V ■PSU ?q-r%-Zj P&1S -'-vV ?-fr: ' • W. R. KING, Editor. IPTIONj $ i .00 PER ANNUM REX'S MIXTURE. The at the Schulenburg matter. -< :... •;•••" '■a- THURSDAY, MAY 23,1901. Weevil. ht), Tex., May 20—Fol- are excerpts frow Prof.' Brenham address: The boll weevil can be destroyed; certain, and only tlie in- jr will suffer from its The boll weevil does not migrate except in early spring, and only then when in search of food, and the farmer who sits and waits for him to leave the country will lose his cotton crop. The solution of arsenate of lead and cane molasses in the proper- j pearance, as tiiey are sat: T Kuvn nivpn ic thp lipst, hot along m the same old rut tion 1 have given is tbe nest, out r QUt bnfc Qnl letoth( cannot get this, use Paris - tiondon purple, or paps, sure to do sometHins1, to the boll weevil, or else your cotton crop is lost. 1 am not talking to you frbm the standp9int of a book farmer or theorist, but from the stand- of a pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 May 1901

*"/. -. .. \ .-i -• .• • ^•jPMePl;sg■"•'■'& ■ K>~-V5;- •; /". /. ;'-r £ 2 = i • - -,:v Si'S^fe s«au!$$s*M K«NiSfcaMMi • • ■ •.* . ... -mat *. m x 4< P M «B it* 'V -.r'' • 1' m O. ROOS. H PSPilB |llll , J - SeMefci ;.-: Mk£ ' i&Me 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 e|Good.s. imings in a great variety and up-to-date styles, Lin- ings and necessaries. A big line of Lace Sample Handkerchiefs*.: ; . ; ^ &i lip AND FEED STUFF. TheCelebratedTIDAL WAVE Flour. _____ ==== report as compil- ' weekly, aocord- pald. went to t relatives th with Kinkier Schulen- i for rent on corner of Main an attraqtive young lbus, is here, the J. J.Rose, ^ / -To rent a sewing ma- fias Katye Woltera. Mrs. E. JB. w**m. at Perlltz M 7 y WB. IrS^Hii I iriss and Brick and Oat Meal W a- ike and Prof. Wm. Leser, principal of the Preyburg schools, came over Saturday afternoon an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 May 1901

r Tr ;:.k: -r-4^ 2 - -•* ~~ %*■ ~ IIIag#©; ■ >■ Himm - ■ t *> :- *p . <• - -„ v- ^ fr~, fllpg^ -V .-vsK, :^23§ ... ;:. / . - •;: J^f ;:<•§>.•; -ig, - V: - - ■ LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL! jr f. 4^3 % BW i r, vy \fTsr A\i t ji* THE lion does picket duty for you and prevents adulteration and impurity from entering into your pack- age of LION S:V gfe* 7 &-'V • & V, AU«> Watch our next advertisement When you buy an unbroken package of LION COFFEE you have coffee that is absolutely pure, strong and invigor- ating. A single pound makes 40 cups. No other coffee will go so far. You will never know what it is like till you try it. LION COFFEE is not a glazed compound, but a pure coffee and noth- ing but coffee. o! LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and descriptive , in fact, no woman, man, boy or girl will fail to find in the list some article contribute to their happiness, comfort and convenience, and which they may have fey a certain, number of Lion ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 30 May 1901

^flp® I ZIbe Scbulenbucg Sticker. Igg^S " ■ t% mm &. Jfing, {Publisher, {Plain Words Jire Sver the S&es/. tWi UnivlnUy One ^Dollar a 2/ear • v.. ■>. - VOLUME ' JL wmm sssiiSf® SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1901. NUMBER 43. AN INTELLIGENT FARMER KNOWS It is a poor plan to employ Cheap Machines in the cultivation of his crop. The time devoted to making repairs upon defective Mowers and Rakes is that much labor lost, and ■, • . LABOR REPRESENTS THE FARMERS' CAPITAL! tasaa 11111 "w... It Is In Response to An Imperative Necessity That-3x«* OSBORNE MOWERS and RAKES ARE MANUFACTURED. i Wm iiplSa' wSi§£&M lg§§|| \ S rnmmm m^'rVr: U se Machines are the Result of Science Practically Applied! Their mechanism is perfect, the work they perform is complete! An inspection of them inspires confidence, a trial establishes faith, their constant employment upon your farm will result in your being awarded success. H. P. SCHAEFER. —= ■i • -ii rTfStty.-*- v- ' A. SC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 30 May 1901

■nl ShBRhhS S^M j32««Sb5 •^aKiJ^S«-.2l'-A'-J I'% <s egps % BL ~^1 ■ = ticket. TiT. R. KING, Editor- LIPTIONj $1.00 PER ANNUM liberal supply of- -sand, de- at the Schulenburg 83 matter. postofflce as THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1901. MURMUR1NGS OF JVHKE. . ^ms§ssii ■SBgjB ^ _ __ Dr. L. Heidingsfelder of Hous- ton, with the skill for which he is celebrated, performed the ritualis- tic operation on the young son of r. and Mrs. Chas. Margolius, in thereto, inquirers are re- ferred to Genesis, chapter XVII, verses 21 to 29 inclussive. This week's visitors at the Levey home were Mrs. J. Sibber and Mr. ~ v thoff, Mr. and Mrs. L S. per, all of Halletsville. Mrs. . Levey of Eagle Lake. From Mrsv Levey went on rt visit to the home folks at bed i • a i ■am.- % Miss Selma Levey is sick a h bilious fever. Pentecost or VVhitsutule has i duly observed here—at - Hal- the day has for many « been a day of great rejoicing Club gives a grand Schuet- with supper aud ball, y one from our burg partici- in the fe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 30 May 1901

iii msmm •B§5§ 44 O. ROOS. yimps At HORNER'S The prettiest line of Wash Goods is at yourdisposaljsuch 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. The Celebrated TIDAL WAVE Flour. At HORNER'S. is the market report as compil- , and chaneed weekly, accord- market prices paid. EVERY WEDNESDAY ' 100 lbs 50c 7 c X 5 to 7c _ _ 10 to 15c ) 15 to 20 not wanted •) nominal ioc nominal bu... ..«V35 —"Entirely nominal, sales only on wife visited Groceries to Keuper at Perlitz l)u smoke? Then get your tobacco at Levey's. little child of Mr. and Mrs. Galatia, the statue, turn to A. Herder visited relatives " rat Weimar last week. ette, the flying lady, Fri- Mrs. A. Hahnke have lg relatives in the city love a good cigar you 3 the Schulenburg msM ts nearing line of candies in r the SGbuleiv- „ H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 30 May 1901

ilenfcurg Electric Xigiit Go. W. H. McKINNON, Manager. Patronize the Schulenburg Electric Light Co. Electric lights in business jBsottses 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 j*ou would be well pleased with the service. msm mm S. T. SCHAEFER, Having disposed of my Saloou Untitles*, I till note Replenish my Stack of Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Brick, Lime, Cement, Paints, Oils, Builders' Hardware and Undertakers' Goods. SlveneyoarBusiness C* T mi 1 FFFn d. 1. blHAfcrfcK. WM Heai-se in. Oon -n eotion. St if-:-" SSI5 IMS Sf New Orleans Brewing Association. Pilsener, Nanon, " Extra Pale, " (Julmbacher, 11 , Kaiserbeer, " per keg $2.75 3.00 2.75 2.75 2.75 ' BOTTLE BEER ; LOU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 June 1901

Spf " ' V-V £' T>. • •/*&... ■<,C:'^:*i-:-.*Syi -" ■•. v.," ■? - •*-•'•• „_ , V: ;-,:^t'-;A:;.---3 I- • , «-^- /wy, {Publisher. iPlain Words jfre Suer the t/Sest. One ^Dollar a VII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1901. NUMBER 44. —— HIH mw-, igsSfi T^-St^^e-—— _ Quality Is the True Test of CheapnessI That's why the successful farmer considers the purchase of Osborne Mowers and Rakes a judicious investment. flerit, of necessity, must continue always to be the basis of Success. The conditions of the field in which Osborne Machines have been employed proclaims their make!..... Jfot be Snveigled Snto J^ccepting jtny Substitute. Your interest demands that you have a Machine upon which you can depend absolutely. None other than an OSBORNE will conform to your requirements. H. P. SCHAEFER Schulenburg, Texas. ■■. • *•.'-.■■.■ • ... I | I If ::C: rggii fi - ,>-• *J\>4 A. SCHUMANN, Proprietor My stock of Wines, Whiskies, and Rum are of the best brands. F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 June 1901

>^5 s^er'v '«ca?''T-^--5--^ £ ■■ -■ --BU. Sppg i® m m R. KING, Editor- :riptfon, $1.00 per annum = at the Schulenburg postofflce matter. = r, jiine e, i?oi. THE LADY FLEW. MRgf' " ^ " & Stanzel'a Illusions, i mysteriously interesting event for the past several weeks i offered our people so much an- pleasure, was presented evening to an audience, size of which was curtailed by the capacity of the tent in was given. It was a rep- ive audience, composed of culture and refinement of and an appreciative lition of the deserved popu- promoters, who are ambitious to acquire fame be- foot light. The two* dis- of performance were the Flying Lady and the Galatia, though there were a number of other tricks performed seemingly impossible of accomplishment, af fording a practical illustration of the fact that the hand of Everton was quicker of movement than the eye of his audience of perception. Trinkets of all description appar- ently descended unaided from the clouds; fruit was grown on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 June 1901

pp ■ O. ROOS. ! I pis|gS£- HORNER'S The prettiest line of Wash Goods isatyourdisposal,|such as Madras Cloth, Near Silks, Lervo in stripes and dots, and especially & & r 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. The Celebrated Tl DAL WAVE Flour. At HORNER'S. REPORT. ; as compil- -'Weeklv. socord- ; market prices paid. WEDNESDAY - :,~7c 60c ..00c 7 c i..r. ...i_.no demand. ......10 to 15c .. 16 to 20 not wanted nominal 10c ;....o to ioc nominal .00-68 >siae) rpair)—.. I per bu........i.... SSM sales only on this time of season t :r- Fla- tags to Levey. was in Flatonia iy last week. - at Keuper & Stein- Mr. Wm. Hahnke visited Shi- Yoakum and Cuero this week. Lion Coffee and other select Levey's. :j I. E. Clark made a profes- trip to San Antonio Monday. Shop for rent. Apply at W. A. Richter's. Albert Sass of LaGrange Mends here last eggs to visited New lnm...

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