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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 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 serialfy 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 Koosevelt discharged the negro battalion of the Twenty-fifth Infantry. This story appears in ' T5he SEPTEMBER PEARSON S Every 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 ...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 October 1908

Xexai btatt Library Qus Russek INSURANCE Representing the leading ^^ompanies of the Worl<Lj r WB... CYRIL PETER, Jill work of the first- Class order. Siaj/momd Win free, <8dit or, !Plain Words are Sver the $3est. One ^Dollar j{ 2/car. VOL. XV SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER I, 1908 NO. 6 TALKS ON TEXAS. TheCommereial Secretaries have compiled the following data about Texas that will be instructive to those who are interested, in our great state, Texas needs 10,000 more mile* of railroad. Has 167,865,600 acres of land. Produces 3,000,000 bales of cot- ton annually. Every mile of railroad adds $05,- 000 to the value of adjoining prop- erty. Has 30,000,000 acres,of land un- der cultivation and 137,865,000 acres uncultivated. There are 12,500 miles of rail- r-oau in Texas. A bale of cotton makes 3,000 yards of cfelico. The Texas farmer sells $496,- 250,000 of products annually. Texas has 45,302,444 acres of timber land. The mineral produces annually $17,700,0...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 October 1908

<Xbe Sticker. WMOKD WINFREE, Editor (id Publisher NOTICE OF STOCK LAW ELECTION. Entered at tte Schulenburg postofflce *eoond-ola s matter. SUBSCRIPTION, 51.oo PER ANNUM The Sticker invites the publlo to keep it . • . ll _ -«inn.n an/I />Amino4 ni IBB OIItlBR lU'Hoa K«V - posted concerning the goings and comings of the town. It you are leaving to— hB™ friends visiting you or departing town or have J7 drop us a Hne that we may make note of it. But be sure nnetnai we uimy iu« d ... --------- u sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1908 Bryan, Bailey, Burgess d&mocratic ticket For Floater Representative, com- prising of Bastrop, I* ayette 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. MEN NIKE. For Tax Assessor ,C. H. STEIN MANN. For Countv Treasurer " B. L. ZAPP. For Sheriff AUG LOESSIN. For County Attorney...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 October 1908

psl 1 Make every Dollar spent for Hence Buy A Dollors WORTH If other articles hav- ing important uses are welded satisfact- orily by Electricty, Why not Fence? It's the "\Veld th^it Held" Bought in Carload and Sold by. h. p. schaefer! 7/o. S034. Report of the Condition of The First National Bank OF SCHULENBURG, in the State of Texas, at the Gltse of Business September 23rd 1908. JtltHSKET REPORT. The following la the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chansred weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prloes paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new Der lb quiet Nominal. 8 1-2 Cctton Seed per 100 lbs 62 1-2 Corn 50 Eggs 16 Butter (cooking) 15 Butter (table) 12 CmcKens (as to size) spring 12 l-2c Hens 7c-lb Roosters 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal 7 Bacon 9 Lard - — 11 Cabbage 2c Potatoes per 100 lb 1.00 Onion * 90 Butter Market slow Chix Declining Eggs: Declining Cotton Steady Everybody plays pool at Henry's. • Mr. Henry VoeJkel returned Monday from Yoakum, Smoking and Chewin...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 October 1908

• CIRMUlMlitl Senfelmano Bros. - S, T. DEALER IN LUMBER # Builders' Hardware, Oils, Paints and Varnish. Hearse in Connection. Schwartz Bros Proprietors of I X L Livery Stable Buy, Sell and Exchang Horses. Mm Meet All Trains PATENTS promptly obtained in all countries, or ho ftl I TRA DC-MARKS, Caveats and Copyrights regis-1 tered. Send Sketch, Jlodel or Photo, for Reel report on patentability, all business! strictly confidential. Patent practice I exclusively. Surpassing references. Wideawake inventors should have our hand-1 book on How to obtain and Sell patents. What in-1 vention* will pay.How to get apartner,an<iother I | valuable information. Sent Jzee to any addreM. I D. SWIFT & CO. L50I Seventh St., Washington, D. C.J ALVIN NURSERIES PASS. State Inspector Has Been There and Given Health Certificate. Alvln,' Tex.—Sam H. Dixon, state inspector of orchards, has been hers for the past few days inspecting the AlVln orchards. He found the nurs- eries free from disease of any k...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 October 1908

Gus Russek INSURANCE Representing the leading Companies of the World. r CYRIL PETER, jfll worJc of the first-' Class order, iftaj/momd Win free, Set/tor, HP la in Words are £ver the i/iest. One 'Dollar 2/oar. VOL. XV SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1908 •| % .V NO. 7 H. W. GORTES KILLED. ONE OF HOUSTON'S MOST PROM- INENT BUSINESS MEN. SEVERA' CHILDREN INJURED. Team and Buggy Crashed Into Cart of Children, Smashing It—They Mir- aculously Escaped Death. Houston, Tex.—Mr W. Cortes, one of the most prominent business men of Houston, was fatally injured Sunday afternoon in a runaway acci- dent near the entrance of the City Park and a lady and several children sustained minor injuries, the most se- vere being the 'breaking of one of the bones in the left leg of Lola Ilfrey, the little 11-year-old daughter of Mr. Prank J. Ilfrey, 3004 Milam street. Mr. Cortes died at 11 o'clock Sunday night. The lady injured is Mrs. Treadway, wife of Francis M. Treadway, road- mast...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 October 1908

Zbc Sticker. RATMQNO WINFREE, EMff Ml PllMlskU Entered at tte Schulenburg postofflce 303cad-clas8 matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Thb 8tickeb invites the publio to keep It posted ooncerning the goings and comings of the to*n. If you are leaving town or hare friends Tisitlng you or departing, drop ns a line that we may make note of it. ,Put b®-8U£® t< sign your name to it as an evidence ol its genuineness. THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1908 Bryan. Bailey, Burgess DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Floater Representative, com- prising of Bastrop, Fayette and Gonzales counties. ROGER BYRNE, r . of Bastrop. COUNTY OFFICERS. For County Judge. NOTICE OF STOCK LAW ELECTION. GEORGE WILLRICH. For District F. J. Clerk KALLUS For County Clerk R. KLATT. Kor Tax Collector WM. MEN NIKE. 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 foe re • election G. A. STIEKLING • For County Surveyor E. R. VOGT. For...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 October 1908

Make every Dollar spent for Fence Buy A Dollors WORTH If other articles hav- ing important uses are welded satisfact- orily by Electricty, Why not Fence? It's tHe "Weld that Held" Bought in Carload and Sold by H. P. SCHAEFER .TMRKfir REPORT. The following Is the market report as compli- ed by H. Homer, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb quiet Nominal. 8 1-2 . Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 62 1-2 Corn 50 Egge --- Butter (cooking) 1° Batter (table) - 12 Cnicicens (as to size) spring 12 l-2e Hens 7c lb Roosters 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal 7 Bacon .? Lard '1 C bbage , 2c Potatoes per 100 lb l-°° Onion " - Butter Market Blow Chlx Declining Etfgs: Declining Cotton Steady 90 Everybody plays pool at Henry's. Mr.J Ernst Baumgarten yisited Glidden on business this week. Man's Pride at Leyes's Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sengeimann returned Tueday from their houey moon trip. Hot and Cold Baths and Face Massages on short notice at The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 October 1908

S?y#S'W: K> EKWS iisnuiwco. • ciNCiNiuartfic w. Sen^elmann Bros. m LUMBER ■ Build3! s' Hardware, Oils, Paints and'Varnish. Hearse in Connection. THE STATE AND COUNTY DIRECTORY- Governor Thos. M. Campbell Lieut.-Goveroor.. A. B. Davic^ou ; Attorney-General.. R. V. Davidson j Comptroller ,.J. W. Stephens; 1'raa^urer ^am Spai ks j Commissioner Laud Oiliue ,J. J. Ternl | Supl. Public Instruction R B. Cuu.'iu^ i SUPREME COURT. Chief Justice 11. it. Gaines , . ... ( T H Brown Asanci'ile Justice j F A W|ilUl,IB j Court of Criminal appeals- \V L Davidson, i' J J N Hendeisun and M M Brooks! Associates. Court of Civil Auoeals Fust Supreme Judicial District < Texas at G ilveston. C C Garrets Chief Justice LI A Pleasants and W M Gill, A? sociates Railroad Commissioners- O B Colquitt. L J Storey. Allison MaytieM. DISTRICT OFFICERS. Judge 1 j W Moore Attorney Jas 1> Storey (Jlerk F J Kallus District court begins on the (if- w t nth Monday after the (irst Mon- «liy in January and on the f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 October 1908

: 0- V* Ttx'is A a ...library jr K Gus Russek INSURANCE w the leading ^Companies of the World. CYRIL PETER, r work af tho first- order. 3!aj/momd Win free, Gditor. — — — — 11 ■ —— — ——— ^ ZPlain Words are €uer the S&esf. One 0* rllar 2/ear. VOL XV SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEJCAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15,1908 NO. 8 THEY DROP 2,000 FEET. MARVELOUS ESCAPE FROM VIO- LENT DEATH. ASSUMED PARACHUTE SHAPE. Title Checked the Rapidity of Their Deecent—Landed on a Roof—In- juries Were 8light. WANT SCHOOL LAWS CHANGED. OH1EP OF WHICH * RELATES TO TEACHERS' CERTIFICATES. He Desires to Have a Uniform Date of Expiration—Teaching of Agricul- ture la Important. Berlin.—The International balloon race, which started Sunday from the Suburb of Schmargendorff, was the ooeasion of a thrilling accident, two American aeronauts haying a mlrau- 3ouf escape from death. The American balloon, the Con- rQueror, the only American-built craft in the contest, having on hoard A. 'Holland Forbes and Augustus Post...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 October 1908

Wm- liiigP m Cbe Sticker. whom winfaee, hn« rt nmiv Entered at the «obal«abarg pottoffloe u noond-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION,fr.&o PER ANNUM Thb Sticker Inritefr th* piibllo to keep H posted concerning the gjings and oomln* or the town. If you are leaTlng tofrndr hate frfends visiting you or departing, drop us a line that we may make note of It. But be snre t< sign yonr name to It aa an evidence of Its genuineness. - * fHURSDAY, OCT.-15, 1908 Bryan. Bailey, Burgess DEMOCRATIC TICKET Vw.-*' KOTICE OF STOCK LAW ELECTION. For Floateri Representative, com- prising of Bastrop, Fayette and <3onzales counties. ROGER BYRNE, of Bastrop. COUNTY OFFICERS. Fop Countv Judge. GEORGE WILLRICH. For District Clerk f. j. kallus For County Clerk RrKLAXT. For Tax Collector WM. MENNIKE. Assesior H. STEINMANN. For County Treasurer b.l.zapf. For Sheriff * . - AUG LOESSIN. For Countv Attorney SAM 0. LOWREY. Kor County Superintendent for re- election g. a. stiekl1ng. For County Surveyor e. r. vogt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 October 1908

nmmsmsm m ® m m Mi:';. H its a litere Right MOUNE.ILL. Because its made right, by a force of skilled plow experts whose equal cannot be found in any other plow fac- tory in the world. There are many different makes of plows, each claiming to be the best, yet the fact remains that three John Deere plows are in use to one of any other kind. The John Deere Fac- tory, the largest in the world, turns out every year more plows than any five other factories combined. Standard of the World For Over 60 Years The Pioneer Plow Maker, John Deere, made his first steel plow by hand from the blade of a saw in 1837. The first slab of steel rolled in the United States was rolled for the John Deere plows by William Woods, of Pittsburg, in 1846. And ever since those early days Deere Plows have shown the way and maintained the lead in this great national industry. Is it any wonder that the farmers of the world express their verdict in the familiar phrase,—"If It's a Peere- -It's Right," We make fiver 1...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 October 1908

'MftW the stateand county directory. Governor Tbos. Mi CampbeP Lieut.-Governor..A. B. Davidson Attorney-General. .R.V. Davidson Comptroller...,. .J. W. Stephens Traaeurer 8am Spai ke Commissioner Land Office. . J. J. Terrel Supt. Public Instruction. ... ..R. 3. Cousins SUPREME COURT. Chief Justice, R/Vli. Gaines Associate Justice _ UWlUJHM' • ciNenewoit Sengelraann Bros.. DEALER IN LUMBER € Builders' Hardware, Oils, Paints and Varnish. Hearse in Connection. Schwartz Bros Proprietors of 1 X L Livery Stable Buy, Sell and Exchang Horses. Men Meet All Trains ATE NTS I promptly' obtained In all countries, or NO FCC. I | TRADE-MARKS, Caveats and Com _ exclusively. Surpassing references. Wideawake inventors should have onr hand-1 Itook onHow to obtain and Sell patents. What in-1 ventionswlll p y,How to ge£ apartner.andother I valuable information. Sent Jree to any address. | D. SWIFT & CO. L50I Seventh St., Washington, D. C.J Let Women' Run the Incubator. Please do not get the ideajhat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 October 1908

llllfe U'f *$ lata ... ** Qus Russek <0: INSURANCE Representing the leading ^^ompanies of the World^j CYRIL PETER, TH^S^D0j|^| y(ll work of the first~ Class order. iftaj/memd Win free, Sditor* SP/a/n Words are Gver the Sftest, One ^Dollar Si 2/ear. Slf m ,4 VOL. XV SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22,1908 NO. 9 FARMER AND plan™ Optimism. ▲ little looking; for the light, That's sunshine; ▲ little patience through the night, That's sunshine; - ▲ little bowing of the will, A little resting on the hill, ▲ little standing very still, That's sunshine. ▲ little smiling through the tears, That's sunshine; ▲ little faith behind the fears, That's sunshine; A little folding of the hand, A little yielding of demand, A little grace to' under stnad, That's sunshine. —Stuart Maclean. Rural Free Delivery. The value of the rural free delivery mail service to the farmer can hardly be estimated. Not many years ago the farmer was entirely dependent upon the little country postof...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 October 1908

las iSHf ttbe Sticker. SJfMOND WINFREE, Editor and Publlshe? &$' mi mi* Entered at tbe Sohulenburg postoffloe &B second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION,$i.oo PER ANNUM Thb Sticker incites the publlo to keep it jjosted 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 u sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY, OCT. 22, 1908 Bryan, Bailey, Burgess DEMOCRATIC TICKET ' For Floater Representative, com prising of Bastrop, Fayette and Gonzales counties. ROGER BYRNE, of Bastrop. COUNTY OFFICERS. For Countv Judge. GEORGE 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 Commissi...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 October 1908

■' , • .v.- • • <.r .- " < • *£$ W- ' ■ W<.; > -1.* y:v B A _ J ^OUNEJtt. Because its made light, by a force of skilled plow experts whose equal cannot be found in any other plow fac- tory in the world. There are many different makes of plows, each claiming to be the best, yet the fact remains that three John Deere plows are In use to one of any other kind. The John Deere Fac- tory, the largest in the world, turns out every year more plows than any five other factories combined. Standard of the World For Over 60 Years The Pioneer Plow Maftr, John Deere, made his first steel plow by hand from the blade of a saw in 1837. The first slab of steel rolled in the United States was rolled for the John Deere plows by William Woods, of Pittsburg, in 1846. And ever since those early days Deere Plows have shown the way and maintained the lead in this great national industry. Is it any wonder that the farmers of the world express their verdict in the familiar phrase,—"If It's a Deere...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 October 1908

• ' THE StATE AND COUNTY : DIRECTORY- Governor >Tbos. M. Campbell Lieut.-Governor.. A. B. Davidson Attoi ney-Greneral.. R. V. Davidson Comptroller -.J- W. Stephen? Treasurer Sam Spai ke Commissioner Land OUiee J.J. Terrel Supt. Public Instruction R. B. Cousin? SUPREME COURT. Chief Justice R. It. Gaines Semrelmano Bros. DEALER IN LUMBER # Builders' Hardware, Oils, Paints and Varnish. • Hearse in Connection. Schwartz Bros Proprietors of I X L Livery Stable Buy, Sell and Exchang Horses. Men Meet All Trains Associate Justice Hi' T H Brawn promptly obtained | trade-marks, o id Steele: tered. Se in all countries, or I Caveats and C< h, Model or ] report on patentability. ALL BUSINESS , STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. Patent practice MBSK " Surpassing reference*. .. idea wake inventors should have oar hand- j book on How to obtain and Sell patents. What in-1 I venttons will pay.How to get a partner,and other | ▼aluable information. Sent tiee to any address.] D. SWIFT & GO, JSOI Seventh St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 October 1908

&tate 1 i tii ary Qus Russek ! ■ INSURANCE wjgm § Representing the leading | § Companies of the World, m \ 4 "Jfl1 CYRILPETEJ^S TUB 8ADDLBB,. I Jiii woric of (ho first- I Siaj/memd Win free, Gditor, ZPlain Words are Sver the SBest. 0?>q ^Dollar jf 2/ear, VOL. XV SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1908 NOHO rfWi i WHIRLWIND FINISH, «"lioniiedibKWV«. DEMOCRATS WILL BE ACTIVE IN THREE STATES. MADISON SQUARE GARDEN SCENE MOST REMARKABLE ONE. IN NEW YORK, OHIO, INBiANA. Every Section of the Three States Toured by Special Trains Carry- ing Speakers. >' Bryan Made a Rapid Round of West* , Chester Towns—Ended in Gotham. Chicago, 111.—The democratic party will make a whirlwind finish of the campaign In New York, Indiana and Ohio this week. Four special trains have been engaged for the speakers, who include leading democrats in. the nation. Mr. Bryan and others will campaign up and down New York State. Arrangements have been made for two specials in Ohio, and ...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 October 1908

sag ftbe Sticker. ■ I — RAlfMOKB WIHFREE, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as seooQd^olaas patter; SUBSG&lPTlON, $ i .00 PER ANNUM > i - -V Thb Sticme invitee the publlo to keep it . posted concerning the goings and comings o£ the town.* JlXyon are leaving town or have friends visiting yon or departing, drop us a line that-weTmay make note of it. But be sure It siffnjjroufname to it aa an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY, OCT. 29, 1908 Bryan, Bailey, Burgess DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Floater . Representative, com- prising of Bastrop, Fayette and -* Gonzales counties. ROGER BYRNE, of Bastrop. COUNTY OFFICERS. For Countv Judge. GEORGE WILLRICH. For District Clerk F. J. KALLUS For Countv Clerk R. KLATT. For Tax Collector WM. MENNIKE. For Tax . Assessor C ; H. STEIN MANN. For County Treasurer ZAPP. For Sheriff AUG LOESSIN. For County Attorney / SAM C. LOWREY. For County Superintendent for re- election - G. A. &BIEHLING- For County Surveyor E. R. YOG...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 29 October 1908

(£&■ m m -t#;; 4 it's a Deere irs Kfght CROSS EYES STRAIGHTENED FREE. H0UNE.1LL. Because its made right, by a force of skilled plow experts whose equal cannot be found in any other plow fac- tory in the world. There are many different makes of plows, each claiming to be the best, yet the fact remains that three John Deere plows are in use to one of any other kind. The John Deere Fac- tory, the largest in the world, turns out every year more plows than any five other factories combined. Standard of the World For Over 60 Years The Pioneer Plow Maker, John Deere, made his first steel plow by hand from the blade of a saw in 1837. The first slab of steel rolled in the United States was rolled for the John Deere plows by William Woods, of Pittsburg, in 1846. And ever since those early days Deere Plows have shown the way and maintained the lead in this great national industry. Is it any wonder that the fanners of the world express their verdict in the familiar phrase,—*'lf It's a Deere...

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