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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 August 1908

. -t ££§&• •. THE KING OF CURES 1DR. KING'S I NEW DISCOVERY -FOR COUGHS AND COLDS. FOR WEAK, SORE LUNGS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS,^ HEMORRHAGES AND ALL THROAT an* LUNG DISEASES. PREVENTS PNEUMONIA I regard Dr. King's New Discovery as the grandest medicine of modern times. X)ne bottle completely cured me of a very bad cough, which was steadily growing worse under other treatments. EARL SHAMBURG, Codell, Kas. PRICE 50c AND SI.OO 3 SOLD AND GUARANTEED GY t PAUL, BREYMAININ, DRUGGIST ,'>• •• m. ■ < • l® ■ '■?- Ill -v r. R A. WOLTERS. Robert Blum Lodge 54, A. 0. U. W. Meets regular every 2ud aud 4th Wednesday. Tiaosit brcthern are cordially invited to attend. 0. B. irchwenke, M W. Win. Keuper, Jr.. Recorder. Lyons Lodge, No. 195 rf. f.«.«. ,11. Meets on Friday on or before each fall moon ir. the month. Tran- sient bretheren art cordially invited to Raymond Winfree, W. % Fbed Ebeling, f/cc Farmers' Educational & Co-operative Union of America. Meets on 2d & 4th Saturd y in the ...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 August 1908

>*Xa9 St, Ulg b. ggs ■ I. •; !'*- t Hpl^ : mk mgSfo&frj' Wmi ' Gus Russek INSURANCE Representing the leading ^^ompanies of the WorlcL^j THE ^CYRIL PETER, TH^SADDLER. <?{lt work of the first~ Class order. i/iaj/memd Win free, Sditor. - - - - - - -- - - - - — tPlain Words are Sver the S3 est. One ^Dollar 2/ear. VOL. XIV SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1908 . NO. 52 r i i i ?- k'lf-'-Z ■>. ■* WE WALK ON STARS, SO CAN YOU! MAYBE you have been wearing Shoes that hurt burned and blistered your feet There is no occasion for you to do that now, for we have shoes made for your feet that wiil be a comfort at ali [times. The shoes are "STAR BRAND," made in St. Louis by Roberts, Johnson & Rand Shoe Co. They own and operate ten big_ specialty factories that have a daily capacity of 52,000 pairs of good shoes. Think of it—ten ~ factories. More people are "Walking on Stars" :?very day, that is why the demand in- creases so rapidly. The sooner you get these...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 August 1908

XLhc Sticker. RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor and Publisher Kntered at the Schulenburg postofflce as seoond-olass matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM The Sticker Invites the publio 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 tt sign your name"to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY, AUG 20, 1908 * Bryan, Bailey, Burgess DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Floater Representative, com- prising of Bastrop, Fayette and Gonzales counties. ROGER BYRNE, of Bastrop. COUNTY OFFICERS. For County Judge. GEGRGE WILLRICH. For District Clerk F. J. KALLUS. For County Clerk R. KLATT. For Tax Collector WM. MENNIKE. For Tax Assessor C. H. STEINMANN. For County Treasurer B. L. ZAPP. For Sheriff AUG LOESSIN. For County Attorney SvAM C. LOWREY. For County Superintendent for re- election (t. A. STIEKLING For County Surveyor E. R. VOGT. For*Commissioner of Precinct No. 4, J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 August 1908

9* |gjt; Don't Vou Need A New Buggy, Surry or Driving Wagon 2fou want one you can depend on like the ^ohn *Deere or the Studebaker. jCet us tell you the reasons they • are the best DO IT TODAY. H. P. SCHAEFER Schulenburg, Texas. .TMRHKT REPORT. The following 1b the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and ohansred weekly, accord- In? to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVEfcY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb quiet Nominal. 9 7-8 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 62 1-2 Corn 60 Bfesrs •« ]1 Butter (cooking) Butter (table) }5 Cnicuens (as to size)spring lie Hens 7c lb Roosters 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal 7 Bacon 9 Lard - ** Cabbage ,£c Potatoes per 100 lb -00 Onion w Butter Market slow Chix Declining Eggs: Declining Cotton Steady New, nice, best krout at Levey's. Miss CJleo Clark is visiting friends in Eagle Lake. 5 Everybody plays pool at Henry's. / Mr. Mat Francis of Houston was in the city Saturday last. Tbe famous Doolev's ice cream j every day, H. J. Seeberger. j I Dr. ClarV mond W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 August 1908

The Life Story of CAPTAIN "BILL" McDONALD OF TEXAS Based upon his own reminiscences and written expressly for this purpose by ALBERT BIGELOW PAINE (The Personal Biographer of Mark Twain) will be published serially in PEARSON'S MAGAZINE The story is to be published in twelve parts, each making a complete chapter upon one of the typical stages in the development of this famous American. THE TRUTH ABOUT BROWNSVILLE is the name of the first chapter. It was largely upon the investigation and report of Captain McDonald in connection with the Brownsville dis- turbances that President Roosevelt discharged the negro battalion of the Twenty-fifth Infantry. This story appears in 15he SEPTEMBER PEARSON'S Everv man, woman and grown child in Texas should read these articles. As it will be impossible for us to estimate cor- rectly the number of extra copies for the news- stands there is only one way of being certain to secure these issues of Pearson's. That way is to subscribe in advance for a yea...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 August 1908

&tRle lib rary Qus Russek INSURANCE the leading Companies of the World. THE CYRIL PETER, jfil work of the firsi- m Class order. a 1 J ffiaj/mtmd Win free, Sditor. SP/a/n Words are Gver the 33est. One ^Dollar %/ear. VOL. XV SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, I908 NO. 1 L r OVERTHROW CASTk, STATE DEPARTMENT AND HOL< LAND SANCTION MOVEMENT. HOLLANB WUbilSE WARSHIPS Revolutionist* Will Do Their Work In *he Interior, and the Start Will Be Made in October. Washington.—With the full sanction of the State Department of the Ameri- can government, and with the promise of the effective assistance from Hol- land, a well-organized revolution is be- ing planned to overthrow President Castro of Venezuela. The revolutionary movement, now being financed in Ne# York and else* where, will become operative directly after the rainy season in Venezuela, which is about the' middle of October. It is hoped that within a few months a new Venezuelan ruler will replace President Ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 August 1908

?Cbc Sticker. MfMOND WIHFREE, Editor «ri PuMlsher Entered at the Scbulenburg postofflce as seooad-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM The Sticker invites the public to keep It posted conoernlng the goings and comings of the town. If you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a llnethat we may make note of it. But b«s sure t( sign your name to it as an evidence of its geaffineness. THURSDAY, AUG 27, 1908 Bryan, Bailey, Burgess DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Floater Representative, com- prising of. Bastrop, Fayette and Gonzales counties. ROGER BYRNE, of Bastrop. COUNTY OFFICERS. For County Judge. GEGRGE WILLRICH. For District Clerk F. J. KALLUS For County Clerk *R. KLATT. For Tax Collector WM. MENNIKE. For Tax Assessor C. H. STEIN MANN. For County Treasurer * B. L. ZAPP. For Sheriff AUG LOESSIN. For County Attorney SAM C. LOWREY. For County Superintendent for re- election G. A. STIEKLING. For County Surveyor , E. R. VOGT. For Commissioner of Precinct No. 4,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 August 1908

,* if -i? *" - I' -; SB?? te ■ Buying a Cream Separator A little thought before buying a cream separator will save you a lot of hard work later on. Don't be talked into buying a machine with a high milk supply can — it's like pitching hay to pour milk into one. Besides it does n't cost any more to get an easy running U.S. Cream Separator with a low milk tank that a child can reach, a simple bowl that's easily washed, and a set of entirely enclosed gears, protected from dirt and danger. The U. S. holds the World's Record for clean skimming—it is the most profitable machine for y<5u to buy, and will last a life time. You'll be interested to look over a U.S. For sale by H. P. SCHAEFER .VrfBHer REPORT. The following 1b the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prloes paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new .per lb quiet Nominal. 9 7-8 Cotton 8eed per 100 lbs 62 1-2 Corn ..... 50 Rsgs • 16 Butter (cooking) .12 Batter (table) 15...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 August 1908

-vy The Life Story of CAPTAIN "BILL" McDONALD OF TEXAS Based upon his own remiuiscences and written expressly for this purpose by ALBERT BIGELOW PAINE (The Personal Biographer of Mark Twain) will be published serially in PEARSON'S MAGAZINE The story is to be published in twelve parts, each making a complete chapter upon one of the typical stages in the development of this famous American. THE TRUTH ABOUT BROWNSVILLE is tho name of the first chapter. It was largely upon the investigation and report of Captain McDonald in connection with the Brownsville dis- turbances that President Roosevelt discharged the negro battalion of the Twenty-fifth Infantry. This story appears in Bhe SEPTEMBER PEARSON'S Eve"/ man, woman and grown child in Texas should read these articles. As it will be impossible for us to estimate cor-' . roctlv the number of extra copies for the news- stands there is only one way of being certain to secure these issues of Pearson's. That way is to subscribe in advance for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 September 1908

Qus Russek INSURANCE Representing the leadin Companies of the 31 f tfXfls Stflto Library CYRIL PETER, w ork of the f/rstr- order1. $?aj/m*mct Win free, Gditor, UPlain Words are $ver the Siest. One ^Dollar 2/ear. VOL. XV SCHULENBURC, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1908 NO. 2 KONE WAS SELECTED. CONTtrr WITH CALVW AGAINST WHOM CHARGES WERE FILED. HIS EXPLANATION OF ACTION. Ed R. Kene of Hays County Nominated for State Agricultural Com- ' * misaioner. Austin, To*.—The State Domooratle Executive Committee Monday nomi- nated Ed R. Kono, county judge of Hays county," for the office of commis- sioner of agriculture, succeeding R. T. Milner, who-has declined the nomina- tion to become presfdent of the Agri- cultural and Mechanical College. Com- missioner Milner has been awaiting the committee's nomination to resign his office, as it is understood that the fDTernor will appoint the nominee to ■apply the unexpired term of the in- cumbent. Judge Kotte'* Chief opponent was E. A. C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 September 1908

ZEbe Sticker. RAYMOND WIHFREE. Editor mi PiMlrtw Entered at the Schulenburg poatofllce as second-claas matter. UUBSCRIPTION, $ i.00 PER ANNUM The 8ticker lnyltea the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings of the town. If you are leaving to— "" friends visiting you or departing town or have friends visiting you or aeparwng, drop us a line that we may make note of it. But bs sure liucwsi noui j uv.v ... -- - U sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1908 Bryan, Bailey, Burgess DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Floater Representative, com- prising of Bastrop, Fayette and Gonzales counties. ROGER BYRNE, of Bastrop. . - COUNTY OFFICERS. For County Judge. GEGRGE WILLRICH. For District Clerk F. J% KALLUS. For County Clerk R. KLATT. KoS-2<d; Collector WM. MENNIKE. For Tax Assessor . C. H. STEINMANN. For County Treasurer * B. L, ZAPP. For Sheriff AUG LOESSIN. For County Attorney SAM C. LOWREY. For County Superintendent for re- election G. A. StlE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 September 1908

m Lv. - Buying a Cream Separator A little thought before buying a cream separator will save you a lot of hard work later on. Don't be talked into buying a machine with a high milk supply can — it's like pitching hay to pour milk into one. Besides it does n't cost any more to get an easy running U.S. Cream Separator with a low milk tank that a child can reach, a simple bowl that's easily washed, and a set of entirely enclosed gears, protected from dirt and danger. The U. S. holds the World's Record for clean skimming—it is the most profitable machine for you to buy, and will last a life time. You'll be interested to look over a U.S. For sale by H. P. SCHAEFER Jft.lItKBT MtBPOStT. 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 oer lb qolet Nominal. 8 1-2 Cotton Seed per 100 lbB 621-2 Corn... 45 Eggs 13 Butter (cooking) 15 Batter (table) 12 Cnicfena (as to slze)spriag 12...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 September 1908

The Life Story of CAPTAIN "BILL" McDONALD OF TEXAS Based upon, his own reminiscences and written expressly for this purpose by ALBERT BIGELOW PAINE (The Personal Biographer of Mark Twain) will be published serially in PEARSON'S MAGAZINE The story is to be published in twelve parts, each making a complete chapter upon one oi! the typical stages in the development of this famous American. THE TRUTH ABOUT BROWNSVILLE is thy name of the first chapter. It was largely upon the investigation and report of Captain McDonald in connection with the Brownsville dis- turbances that President Roosevelt discharged the negro battalion of the Twenty-fifth Infantry. This story appears in 15he SEPTEMBER PEARSON'S Ev.erv man, woman and grown child in Texas rhould read these articles. As it, will be impossible for us to estimate cor- roctlv the number of extra copies for tbe news- stands there is only one way of being certain to secure these issues of Pearson's. * That way is to subscribe in advance for...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 September 1908

* *v- 3 . - #" T m Gus Russek INSURANCE Representing the leading ^Companies of the World. '"cYRIL PETER^ j{il wor/c of the first- I*^<^_Ciass order. . - J fflaj/memd Win free, Sditor. tPlain Words are Suor the ffiest. — !— One 'Dollar 2/ear. —-—— VOL. XV SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1908 NO. 3 \ t A DEED OF ANGRY wiFE,;c0TT0H WEEViLW0N T HURT- LILLY WHEATLY WAS IN A BUGGY WITH ALLEN WHEN KILLED. GOVERNMENT EXPERTS ARE EX- PERIMENTING IN TEXAS. MRS. ALLEN GAVE $1,500 BAIL Work Has Been Done Altogether With; Mexican Cotton, Which the Weevil 'Does Not Materially Bother. 8he Said She Had No Intention of Shooting and Did Not Realize Her ' Act Until She Pulled Trigger. Wichita Falls, Tex—Mrs. Walteri Allen, wife of the proprietor of the St. Charles Hotel, Thursday night shot and killed almost instantly Lilly Wheatly, who lived near the lake, east of the Fort Worth & Denver coal chutes. The shooting occurred short- ly after 11 o'clock in front of the W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 September 1908

tCbe Sticker. IWMMD WINFBEE, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Schulenburg poBtofflce as 59aond-claBs matter. iiUBSCRIPTIONj $1.00 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 tr sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1908 Bryan. Bailey, Burgess DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Floater Representative, com- prising of Bastrop, Fayette and Gonzales counties. ROGER BYRNE, of Bastrop. COUNTY OFFICERS. For County Judge. GEGRGE WILLRICH. FN** District Clerk F. J. KALLUS For Countv Clerk R. KLATT. For Tax Collector WM. MENNIKE. For Tax Assessor C. H. STEINMANN. For Countv Treasurer jC L, ZAPP. F<5r Sheriff AUG LOESSIN. For County Attorney SAM C. LOW RE Y. For County Superintendent for re- election G. A. STIEKL1NG. . For County Surveyor E. R. YOGT. For Commissioner of Precinct N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 September 1908

jpp$ 'i$al Sfllll M S!* C Buying a Cream Separator A little thought before buying a cream separator will save you a lot of hard work later on. Don't be talked into buying a machine with a high milk supply can — it's like pitching hay to pour milk into one. Besides it does n't cost any more to get an easy running U.S. Cream Separator with a low milk tank that a child can reach, a simple bowl that's easily washed, and a set of entirely enclosed gears, protected from dirt and danger. The U. S. holds the World's Record for clean skimming—it is the most profitable machine for you to buy, and will last a life time. You'll be interested to look over a U.S. For sale by H. P. SCHAEFER .li.1 RKMiV It HP OKI'. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- tug to the highest market prloes paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new ner lb quiet Nominal. 8 1-2 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 62 1-2 Corn 45 Bggs 13 Bntter (cooking) 15 Batter (table)... 12 Chickens...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 September 1908

The Life Story of CAPTAIN "BILL" McDONALD OF TEXAS Based upon his own reminiscences'and written expressly for this purpose by ALBERT BIGELOW PAINE (The Personal Biographer of Mark Twain) will be published serially in PEARSON'S MAGAZINE The story is to be published in twelve parts, each making a complete chapter upon one of the typical stages in the development of this famous American. THE TRUTH ABOUT BROWNSVILLE is tin name of the first chapter. It was largely upon the investigation and report of Captain McDonald in connection with the Brownsville dis- turbances that President Roosevelt discharged the negro battalion of the Twenty-fifth Infantry. This story appears in T5he SEPTEMBER PEARSON'S Evcrv man, woman and grown child in Texas n'lould read these articles. As it will be impossible for us to estimate cor- rectly the number of extra copies for the news- stands there is only one way of being certain to secure these issues of Pearson's. That way is to subscribe in advance for a ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 September 1908

tit, Uk ■ • - SSfe3®4. • > :-J *-' i^& |£5 ai - Gus Russek INSURANCE Representing the leading ^Companies of the Worldlj r CYRIL PETER, y(it work of the firsi- ^V^C/atw order, i/taj/momd Win free, Sditor, % - Plain Words are Sver the 33est. . "I One 'Dollar 2/ear. VOL. XV - w SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBiR 17,1908 # * NO. 4 A NEGRO STRUNG UP, ^ SAN FELIPE AND SEALY MEN AS-| SISTED. j UNDER SUSPICION OF MURDER: Lynchers Took Him From Calaboose. Even Brookshfre Youths Walked the Streets Armed. Brookshire, Tex.—The negro, Ray- mond Newton, accused of being im- plicated in the murder-of John Buck-; ston Saturday near San Felipe, was', arrested late Saturday afternoon andj locked up in the calaboose. • • A crowd of men came on the 8 o'clock train from San Felipe and Sea-! ly and assisted by a crowd of Brook- shire men took him out and hung him to a telegraph pole in the edge of town. No effort was made to protect the negro, although the whole coun-. ty was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 September 1908

ic Sticker. WIHFREE, Editor and PubHsher at the Schulenburg I-class mat tor. postofflce as IPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Invites the public to keep it ig the goings and comings of you are leaving town or have you or departing, drop us a make note of it. But ba sure to it aB an evidence of its )AY, SEPT. 17, 1908 Bailey, Burgess DEMOCRATIC TICKET Representative, eom- of Bastrop, Fayette and counties. ROGER BYRNE, ' of Bastrop. COUNTY OFFICERS. Judge. tRGE WILLRICH. District Clerk F. J. KALLUS. Clerk R, KLATT. Collector WM. MENNIKE. For Tax Assessor C. H. STEINMANN. County Treasurer B. L. ZAPP. for Sheriff AUG LOESSIN. For County Attorney SAM C. LOWREY. for County Superintendent for re- ition G. A. STIEKLING. 7or County Surveyor E. R. VOGT. For Commissioner of Precinct No. 4, J. J. FIETSAM, For Public Weigher for Precinct No. 8 F. A. BEZECNY. NOTICE OF STOCK LAW ELECTION. Schulenburg was visited with a nice shower Monday which settle'd the dust. A good downpour for several houra is badly ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 September 1908

,fr- : ' ■ &g&gftaigM! . Buying a Cream Separator A little thought before buying a cream separator will save you a lot of hard work later on. Don't be talked into buying a machine V with a high milk supply can — it's like pitching hay to pour milk into one. Besides it does n't cost any more to get an easy running U.S. Cream Separator with a low milk tank that a child can reach, a simple bowl that's easily washed, and a set of entirely enclosed gears, protected from dirt and danger. The U. S. holds the World's Record for clean skimming—it is the most profitable machine for you to buy, and will last a life time. You'll be interested to look over a U.S. For sale by H. P. SCHAEFER .1I.MRKKT RHJPORV. The following is the market report as compll- r i by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new Der lb quiet Nominal. 8 1-2 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 62 1-2 Corn 45 Eggs 13 Butter (cooking) 15 Butfcer (table) 12 CalcK...

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