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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 June 1901

jm wmm ..^t^v. Ijigfs^ > > ... ! ' is&BSS- m Hi Hi ®^g3SE S 3SMKi& r-r '• ■•■ 5&g*^8S i^Sg^S- ilgiig COFFEE A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OP ALL! AKE no mistake! See that my head every package of you buy* It guarantees its purity* No coffee is is In a \ pound sealed packet with the head of a Hon on the front* Then you get pure coffee—the highest grade for the money# $ Watch our next advertisement* Why has LION COFFEE _ "n now become the leader v~^ of all package coffees ? And why is it used in millions of homes ? Because it does not sail under false colors* It is an absolutely clean, pure coffee* No glazing, no coating with egg mixtures or chemicals in order to hide imper- fections* Just try a package of LION COFFEE and you will under- stand the reason of its popularity* la ewty package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and descriptive I list* No housekeeper, in fact, no woman, man, boy of gfirl will fail to find in the list some article which will contr...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 June 1901

I sis®! ^^z'v'-v>:'-"' SP# \ Si, JCing, {Publisher* tPlain Words Jire Guar the 33est. One ^Dollar a 2/ea r fOLUME VII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1901. NUMBER 45. As The Seed Is To The Soil, So Is An Osborne Machine to the Farmer! — *— In the constuction of Osborne Implements nothing USELESS is employed, nothing USEFUL omitted. The Manufacturers of them are both reaping the reward of merited success, and contributing to the pros- perity of the practical, up-to-date planter Jtry providing MOWERS and RAKES, the machinery and con- struction ot which represents the = •K-1 mm QUINTESSENCE OPiPERFECTl€N Your interest will be jeopardized if you expriment in the \ selection of your farm machinery. You KNOW what an Osborne riachine is. Your SUCCESSFUL neighbor is using one! Can YOU afford to longer hesitate? H. P. SCHJ^EFER Schulenburg, Texas. tMM ' gjwww r- m i — fT. r' A. SCHUMANN, Proprietor My stock of Wines, Whiskies, and Rum art of the best brands. Fine C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 June 1901

Ipiiiisiiiiftl pi| liiil niit^ j : mm*^- i ?■■ •',,- MSiSP HSIll m HI MURMURINGS OP MIKE. L>Ii-^i'. V. R. KING, Editor- riON,Ji.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postofflee as matter. ■ — AY, JUNE 13,1901. uu IS OIL COMPANY. Principally of Payette County Purchases Valuable Land Top Heights, the Heart of Oil Field—A Gusher There was an important meeting directors of the Borealis Oil my at Senglemann Hall lay afternoon, June 5, the of which was to consummate negotiations then pending for the lase of a certain property, the fnl conclusion of which was I essential to the interest of me company's^ stockholders. The proposition to which the attention of the directors was invited was thei proposed purchase of a tract of situated on Spindle Top .Heights, Jefferson county, Texas, on which each of the eleven gush, ers already developed is located he land which the company sought acquire is included in the fifteen recently bought by the Hogg- " and for it its asked at the rate of $80,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 June 1901

SHE :■ -—a* [H5p^ ai:aa«f«#aHlij? «KBK mmmm. m O. ROOS SS3S11 new-. WS" I 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 FEED STUFF. The Celebrated TIDAL WAVE Flour. At HORNER'S. i-'. The following la the market report as compil ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. bhkSSRH CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY gS&M |smj&s 50c ..... 60c 7 o ... .no demand ..... : 10 to 15c to size) 16 to 20 ... not wanted (per pair). .nominal 9 to 10c nominal per bo.. -. 65 nominal. .S and wanted. Wm. Hahnke and wife vis- friends in Halletsville Tues- E. W. Abrens went to Engle's Store to visit his brother last Mon- day. Lion Coffee at Keuper & Stein- tann's. Mrs. Ruhmann has had her side- walk cleaned around the old ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 June 1901

■ ilill jmmm _ 1^3 -"• '.' ' !.J_.- :. < -.;> &M fiS- lUSi Ha c>:f- " *HK8* Happiness of >\ir Life ....... & /T^V /T^V * Depends Upon Comfort of Your the Home. Artistic Workman. |:'*Vc'"1.7 * | #S /r PROTECTED BY INSURANCE? you Xv _ ind /©tt trinkets of the latest design, and to repair your time piece, sewing ma- chine, gun or pistol in the most artis- tic and effective manner possible. Call and inspect my stock. Store next door to Postoffice. IF fire were to destroy it tonight would you be left desolate and destitute, or could you present a policy issued by a i-L,. ^ i j i_e reimbursed for your Iosb? A afford you ample protection. reputable Company and be imall annual premium will (•HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE A6ENCY FOB SEVERAL OLD LINE COMPANIES m W. R. KING, Schulenburg, Texas. # (/I VMt EJVB VK a IjODOE JVO. 226 New Orleans Brewing Association, Wm ,,4 Pilsener, Nanon, Extra Pale, Uulmbacher, Kaiserbeer, per keg $2.75 3.00 2.75 2.75 2.75 BOTTLE BEER • LOUISIANA EXPORT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 June 1901

•v. ' ISE! ppR Tmt Valmit? fS. «JP, Jftngj {Publisher. 3*la in Words <7tre Suer the Si est. s VII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1901. One dollar a 2/( I.. NUMBER 46. ■i ma As The Seed Is To The Soil, So Is An Osborne Machine to the In the construction ot Osborne Implements nothing USELESS is employed, nothing USEFUL omitted. The Manufacturers of them are both reading the reward of merited success, and contributing to the pros- perity of the practical, up-to-date planter by providing MOWERS and RAKES, the machinery and con- structioii ot which represents the e ~ , QUINTESSENCE OF PERFECTION. Your interest will be jeopardized if you experiment in the selection of your farm machinery. You KNOW what an Osborne flachine is. Your SUCCESSFUL neighbor is using one! Can YOU afford to longer hesitate? H. P. SCHAEFER Sclmlenburg, Texas. ■iill = MARCK SALOON, A. SCHUMANN, Proprietor My stock of Wines, Whiskies, and Rum are of the best brands. Fine Cigars, and the Ce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 June 1901

TO jUtrlr " : ' • fc> .. Bsaggi pfei ISIS ; • - I >ttcker. FAYETTEVILLE. = \I. R. KING, Editor- i——— ——— at the Sohulenburg matter. postofflce as .. ■ R' .v * ive Fayetteville, June 17, 1901. Mrs. Rosa Allen, nee Forres, was laid to rest here in the Pro- PTION, $i .00 PER ANNUM | testant cemetery last Friday even- ing. Her home was in Brown- wood but she died in San Antonio while under medical treatment there. She leaves a husband and two children to mourn her untime- ly loss. Her father and two sis- ters of Beaumont attended the fun- eral. Rev. L. Pozdral preached a funeral sermon in German and It , JUNE 20, 1901. A FARMER'S OPINION. But the all- Insecticides! Sticker:—As this is Sat- afternoon, June 15th, and I taken a half holiday, I, # X would give the readers hl8tw0 s0n3 sPoke m English. ' the Sticker a few of my thoughts is sad to contemplate that one so the outlook for the y°u°S'not even "> the Prime I of the farmers from life. should be torn fronl het loved year's c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 June 1901

£^ '*& "feSs£ {•'•,.■ P^p ," mtm '%*$£ | S^SBSSliS '-'-. i i ilfa ■' :r. o. ROOS. * m ^s At HORNER'S The prettiest line of Wash $• Goods is at yourdisposaljsuch & as Madras Cloth, Near Silks, $j£ 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. REPORT. atLf- — ■ - 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 WEDNESDAY [per lOOlbs .. .. (as to slie) (per pair) s'per bu , per lb : 7 l-16c 50c 80c 7 o ....no demand 10 to 15c ... 15 to 20 not wanted nominal 10c 9 to 10c nominal .65 lc COTTON—Firm. No material advance QOUgh j - 0r-_ ..'-^7.'^ """'SB EGGS—Scarce and wanted, Mr. George Zoll and wife visited helby to-day." ~p Pnre Leaf Lard at Kueper & '8. y - ; Joe Rippel, ir. is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 June 1901

p.:-'- \ 1 ' - -**- %>"- V V ^|pN * * Iplgg "> | gp 3*. |y 1 £ - - '•: ' --„«••• g§£ - S > r&kizr. wggg&a iSSfeek C=^~. a ^uyuft^lyifmH thb reach op all! Watch our next advertisement. If you went to buy a lion ^whelp you would'nt accept va Btten as a substitute, even if the dealer urges you. Now, don't accept a substi- tute for LION COFFEE. It is bound to turn out a com- mon yellow cat, with none of the strength of the lion. fou want LION COFFEE because it is LION COFFEE. 3k If, on the other hand, you want a coffee which, in order to hide imperfections, is "highly i^with eggs and other preparations, then do not buy If LION COFFEE were common, ordinary stuff, coffee drinkers would'nt insist on hav- ing it. It is used in millions of homes because it is the best coffee in the world for the If you doubt this, take a single package home and try it. «T package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and descriptive m t t- "ausc^^ePer iact, no woman, man, boy or g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 June 1901

" ssmB*sak*m mgm TMl Ufliv«n!<f Scbulenbucg ' *JP# Jfing, ^Publisher, {Plain Words Jire Cver the 32est. One ^Dollar a 2/ear VOLUME VII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1901. NUMBER 47. As The Seed Is To The Soil, So Is MS An Osborne Machine to the Farmer! In the construction of Osborne Implements nothing USELESS is employed, nothing USEFUL omitted, The Manufacturers of them are both reaping the reward of merited success, and contributing to the pros- perity of the practical, up-to-date planter by providing MOWERS and RAKES, the machinery and con- struction ot which represents the =—' *" ■ QUINTESSENCE PF PERFECTION. Your interest will be jeopardized if you experiment in the selection of your farm machinery. You KNOW what an Osborne flachine is. Your SUCCESSFUL neighbor is using one! Can YOU afford to longer hesitate? H. P. SCHAEFER Schulenburg, Texas. m A. SCHUMANN, Proprietor My stock of Wines, Whiskies, and Rum are of the best brands. Fine Cigars, and the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 June 1901

i Sf " ' ' '' ■■'v'® i£; 1§S§P W / Sticker. W. R. KING, Edibor. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as J-class matter. is possible to grow such produce in an unlimited quantity, with com- paratively little work,and for which a reasonable cash price is always to be "had, is there really any ex- cuse for our farmers to depend for revenue entirely upon cotton or any other one crop? AY, JUNE 27,1901. FAYETTE COUNTY HONORED. 'tirV. \ J %T: The appointment of Prof. Wil- Eilers of Fayetteville as a member of the Summer Normal ard of Examiners, \ by State , Kendall, is merited recogni- tion of which Prof. Eilers' many friends are pardonably proud. So for as the Sticker is advised this is the first instance in which a teach- er of this county has been so hon- ored, though it is confidently felt that such good judgement has been displayed in the selection made by Supt. Kendall, that the appoint- ment must, of necessity, redound to credit of Fayette and result i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 June 1901

PlPiP 'S 9B33PRIp wS 9' I ->i' •r^., y^-if^:^' -Mi " "ijg ■ w *m mm. mm , O. ROOS. • • - , w&- mm, - --. _ ..-. ' ■ . WA 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 FEED STUFF. The Celebrated TIDAL WAVE Flour. At HORNET'S. y .VJBKjBT report. 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 WEDNESDAY nnttAi* (average) --— 7 l-4c i Seed per 100 lbs 50c I 60c JEr Batiter (cooking) ZZZ'ZZZZ'ZZ. no demand Butter 'table)!?. '' - 10 to 15c Chickens (as to size) - 16 to 20 Roosters not wanted Turkeys (perpiUr)- „ nominal 10c 9 to 10c- nominal •per bu 65 s, per lb lc COTTON—Firmer at a slight advance. EGGS-Scarce and wanted, 1, Apple Vinega...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 June 1901

5; v.; -'•;- : * W^m 1 ISPlllfS^S f / sl KiiHHl MSSta g5Sp®§££ lulenburg Live Stock & gggg filflli Fair Association's Pip: a® «P US* , • < life'" \v*J • Annual Races occur at the BERMUDA VAL- LEY STOCK FARM, in Schulenburg, Tex., July 24 and 25, 1901. F. M.WILKS, JEWELER -AND- Race program, replete with interesting events has been arranged. A celebrated band of musicians has been employed and other wholesome methods providing for the entertainment of those attending are being dally perfected. Attractive purses are offered. R. G. BOETTCHER, Secretary. C. A. KES5LER. President. New Orleans Brewing Association. Pilsener, Nation, " Extra Pale, " Culmbacher, " Kaiserbeer, " per keg $2.75 3.00 2.75 2.75 2.75 BOTTLE BEER: LOUISIANA EXPORT, PtLSENER and UNION, The following Saloons in Schulenbnrg sell the New Orleans Beer. Sigmund Schaefer, Palace Saloon. G. Ebeling, Zum Kuehlem Grunde. Respectfully, JOHN OLTMANNS. Sunny South Saloon. F. F. Schaefer. ■ IM MEAL FOR50* fOR KATY FLYER T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 July 1901

Hawaii i -i ? v 7.« SB«K - „ im ?^*s55te&c^ - -j Twr" V*\m\tf = {Publisher* !Plain Words J(re Sver the S3 est One *Dollar a E VII. m SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 1901. Our recent advertisements have inspired many inquiries as to * £ sWt H ■? • -• *1-5 '\rl: _ *'3?: NUMBER 48. And resulted in the sale of a number of these ~ . ■ C •Cv %:■; We give below the names of a few of our farmers who have purchased and are prepared to personally testify as to the real worth of OSBORNE implements. mm- —■ If you are ignorant of the merits of these Machines a conference with either Messrs. George Williams, A. W. ,Pohl, John Valecek. Ignaz Russek, Frank Rabel, R. Stahmer or Ferd Schenck will-convince you of their value. . _ m •Parts H. P. SCHABFER. ir. : I £ 1 S at 1 FROM PENCILPUSHER J ii ' -• : ' • • / IK t. SCHUMANN, Proprietor My stock of Wines, Whiskies, arid Rum are of the best brands. Fine Cigars, and the Celebrated San Antonio Beer only on tap. Call ana see me. ...

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

■ " m 31 |fg§| . - M:. ; ■/■re--- Sm ares* w- mm pfilis ■1 %tj§| J am fm. mm ISife y-*r-; pmi W. R. KING, Edihor- SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM at the Scbulenburg postofflce as THURSDAY, JULY 4,1901. ST. ROSA'S SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. The St. Rosa's school term closed on the 27th inst. witn an entertain- ment at Turner hall by the pupils of that excellent institute. Prompt- ly at 7:30 p. m. the curtain arose before a large and appreciative au- dience. The faultless manner in which the children acted their va- rious parts give ample evidence of the ability, competence and untir- ing energy of the reverend sisters, the teachers in St. Rosa's school. Following is the programme: Entrance March—Pianos, violins and mandolins—Misses A. Richter, I. Schaefer, S. Schwartz, Mas. F. Richter, H. Schumann, A. Hughes. Opening Addross—M. Hughes. Oriental March (duet)—Misses E. Hoeffert and F. Richter. The Tall Top Hat (action song) —BoyS. Phil's Complaint—P. Angenend. Yuletide Bells (duet)—Misses I. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 July 1901

Wm itsM5B&99 - mm = m --• J 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 FEED STUFF. The Celebrated TIDAL WAVE Flour. At HORNER'S. — MLAMKJRT BBPOBr. 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 WEDNESDAY (ayerage) Seed per 100 lbs (as to size) •. (per pairj._. per-toa..-.. COTTON—Steady. EGGS—Scarce and wanted. 71-4c 60c 60c 9 c no demand .to to 15c nominal ..... not wanted nominal 10c 9 to 10c ...nominal 66 lc 18 in Mr, Emanuel Roos of LaGrange is in the city. Mowing Machine Oil at Perlitz. > r . Mi88 Freidia Wangemann visiting ifl Cuero. Shoes, all kinds,9 prices the low $st, at Perlitz. Emil Peter of Dabina was the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 July 1901

. -v m UON COFFEE A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OP ALL! . • •' V T All Alike! eisss sh? •' •M"c Watch our next advertisement. LION COFFEE is always the same. One package is just like another. It is uniform in every respect. IT NEVER VARIES.-*-* If you like one package you will like all Moore's Pilules are a guaranteed cure for all forms of Malaria, Ague, Chills and Fever, Swamp Fever, Malarial Fever, Billious Fever, Jaundice, Billiousness, fetid breath and a tired, listless feeling. They cure Rheumatism and the lassitude following blood poison produced f'otn malarial poisoning. No Qui ni no. No Arsenic, Acids or Iron. Do not ruin stomach or teeth. Entirely tasteless. Price 50c per box. Dr. C. C. Moore Co., No. 310 North Main Street, St. Louis, Mo. For sale by Paul Breymann.1 LION COFFEE is not glazed or coated with egg mixtures and chemicals, but is an absolutely pure coffee, full of strength and flavor. In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and descriptive l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 11 July 1901

" ~ mmm — *«« Valmitf ; .- Jfingf Publisher, ZPlain Words Jire Sver the Siest, One 'Dollar a 2/ear er and Breeder VII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1901. NUMBER 49. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, DR. L E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS Standard and Thoroughbred HORSES AS VIEWED AT AUSTIN. sr^ s7!^ And of Registered Red Polled and Registered Hoistein Siiropsiiire SHEEP. famous standard bred Stallion J B, and thoroughbred stallion Pan mure ently located at my Farm. ;her §25.00 cash with return privilege v in case of failure to foal. Corres- with prospective purchasers of Fine or Cattle is respect-fully solicited. PANMURE mw iSMARCK SALOON A. SCHUMANN, Propriety - My stock of Wines, Whiskies, and Rum are of the best brands. Fine Cigars, and the Celebrated San Antonio Beer only on tap. Call and see me. 9 •Co-date reezers. minute freezers, QUEEN and PEARL. Will make the greatest mistake of your life if you fail to put a Dan^y on you farm. Jl , TEXAS. ■O-'O'-O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 11 July 1901

s gaflilp m SKPISHS^ t TTIl f hfiHuauuaiSsaii ' Js^.- V; : illllll ||pEbg£j§ ^:.f! -• * &?£?-■ A Great Reduction Sale of Seasonable Specialties for the Summer Season "Will Begin at Our Store MONDAY, JULY 15, 1901 ^ All those who visited our store last year during our Grand Sale will readily remember The Bargains we gave them. Come again and tell your friends This Sale will Eclipse any sale ever held in Schulenburg. Lawns. |%2fjf i 11 i vers I^autiful Lawns, Pretty Pat- terns, regnlar price 25c, |C« now - - lull Dotted and Dainty Figured Dim ities, regular price 25c; |Cp now -- Ivb Tissue Raye M ercerise, all Q E p colors regular price 3§c, now Zub Potted Swiss Mulls, regu- |Cp Iar price 20c, now Ivb Dresden Jaconets, a very pretty and sheer Lawn, good colors, iflp regular price 20c, now lUb Organdie Populaire, fast colors, nice patterns, regular price "7p 10c, now — - I U i _ imbroideriesflH J3ur lovely line of Embroideries and Laces will go in the sale. Some pieces at lc, 2c, 3...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 11 July 1901

r pip mMmmm W mzm — O. ROOS. :r. At HORNER'S The prettiest line of Wash Goods is atyourdisposal,|such as Madras Cloth, Near SHks, Leno in stripes and dots, and especially ++ * K 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. TheCelebrated TIDAL WAVE Flour. At HORNER'S. iPPf jiMBKfir report. The following is the market report as compil- ed by H. Homer, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERT WEDNESDAY! Cotton Cotton Corn . (average) Seed per 1 per 100 lbs 8£ 7 l-4c „ 50c 50c 9 c ... ....no demand .10 to 15c nominal not wanted nominal ■■ . ........... 10c 9 to 10c _ nominal per bu - 66 per lb. lo COTTON-Steady. EGGS—Scarce and wanted. (cooking) .— (as to size) Roosters Turkeys (per pair) Stop at Keuper & Steimann's for you groceries. Mr. Will Turner was in Yoakum one day last week. O Fresh sauaa^e, hams and bacon at Perlitz Bros....

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