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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 27 October 1898

mm. ■s.- r ■ mM !Q'S sSIi'-Mf —r er History to Be Remembered enerations to Come. of Barbecued Meat Furnishes a Feast of Schulenburg's Guests—Turner Capacity to Hear Joe Eloquent Oration. sa.1 :1 tern— /—25 me if SO 8IOW. married i in 1922 which to carve out a name and for tune for themselves and rear and train for future usefulness a hardy brood that must eventually take up and carry upon their shoulder? even greater burdens ot state than had been borne by their fathers. How the trust thus imposed has m ooserved was well attested Wednesday morning by the ing together of a bust to ccl- our city's twenty-fifth anni- versary. There was the aged and gtatsly grand-dame leading the lit- le child of the second or third gen- eration ; the matron aud the maid ; thefut h6r stud the son ; 4he grand- sire and the toddling boy, that will see Schulenburg's semi-centennial. *** As if to meet the liberality of Schulenburg's citizens, shower ad- ditional blessings upon them and 3 foreshadow a brilli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 27 October 1898

p m 1:14 am •I moat elegant line of cape*, Fltitk and covert cloth, alio plain good.«. Prices ranging front 91.50 *0 $15. " v Mfressgoods in alt at price s that trill sires. freights and colors meet anybodyt de- -t Hue of Blankets that can not he heat in Sehntenbnrg at to quali- ty and prices. 12:42 am ..3:22 am ac- ......25c 12i 5@7c LOTS—for Sale inquire at Geo. Hoeffert. Mrs. Ad. Miller and Miss W. H. Knolle, of Austin county, are here visiting relatives, Mrs. F. C. Wol- ters' family. Canned peas, corn, tomatoes and ,ns (fresh pack) at Vod- mm , Messrs. Joe and Charlie Stafford and Chas. and Henry Senftenburg were down from Columbus for the ball. Crystallized Ginger and other delicacies at Levey's—Free deliv- ery. Mr. H. P. Schaefer received an order for one of his Patent Rim, Galvanized Iron Cisterns from Davis this week. , cheese, Cervelat iekles, etc,, at Ved- lters came down [ouston to take in here Wednes- tock of Books in lenburg for sale at Williams' Call and take a * 2t>...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 27 October 1898

m ^afpl g||s Isii ■:: : - - . X ' asjij * ~ '■ % ■* . jj&jp* k m&mm, - §. •- • is issai . \ ill 'T ll . H . ,.r\ m —JSm ?|M ^ ;'" 1 ,— ■ - ' — 1 Lyorjs Lod^e, No. 195.,, AF&AM Meets on Sat- urday t>n or be- ; fore ihe tirst full ujoon 10 each month. Trans- ient. brethren aro coriatl v invited -•*8 A MILITARY U.vPK OH BLUK CL- <TH V. ORls OVER A WA?li SElRl-WAlSf. DAINTY TKA-JACKBT OK CHINA SILK AND LACE. A NEW TRIUMPH. | The Dreaded OoDSumption Can be Cured- bo attend. - , - K. 8. Tanner, w. m. Ebeling, Sec't. of H. Lodge, "o. 1501. 1st and 3d Monday in month. Transient brethren eity respectfully invited. E. L, McKinnon, Dictator. <Ved Ebeiing, Secretary. __ WESTERN STAR LODGE. NO. 174. I. 0. 0 P. . V 'wm >S^' ^3-- 1II WwHr3^^y@6i|6« Meets regularly each Tuesday night. Transient Brethren are cor- dially invited to visit. M. C. Levey, JN. G. N. L. McKinnon, sec. "■ Si I - ~ O. d. H. S. Fbeimgkath Loge NO. 14. Rtgelmsesige Ver- samualung jedeh ~)onnersfeag vor ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 3 November 1898

ggpplp 6-. '- y3 Texas University - • - • • ; : vv* % J-:-v;r"5Sj ■B ■llliip IMS 6^ MHIi^ _____ Jfewjgjg ro. 13. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., NOV. 3, 1898. Price $1. r Schulenburg Situated half way between San Antonio and Houston, has 1200 inhabitants; electric light plant; three good gins; compress and cotton-seed oil mill; good schools; good hotels and solid business houses. It is the best and healthiest town in Fayette county. This paper is the official organ of the county. ir&m ispi^ w~ DISTRICT C>IIRT. m to gin your cotton Your patronage r. em . Mm nov! Oral John Wroe Wm SchneD, M H Stramler, C Hoppe, H.C Heilig, H B Richards, James Kerr, S A Shelbnrn, "FKrenek, J Sfiacekj Louis Barthng, And Huebner, M Fernau, Jos Peter, J H Hildebrand sr term. Juro£s. Winchester, Ledbetter, Warda, u ' - Carmine, LaGrange, a Muldoon, West Point, "■1 Fayette ville, Haw Creek, Schulenburg, Flatonia, Dubina, Schulenburg. Petit Jurors; nry second* week. Glass (col) Christ Koether, empe, H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 3 November 1898

^ pp fm - fefeig-;£ s5s: g ;'' -*S>i 'pUS---^V " ^ " ^saappggasesgjg < ■. ^ * sfe^ll =- pK j6"v ;;;v;, H Ks *>i V V Z ISsfe @s ;• " -i?f; > llplli IB M' r-* ^soesSSFI?^ Ml 3 Jl I* ,0n account of changing the Firm January 1st, 1899, we will have a. m -*s- ^wiril sre Plows, John Deere and Tennessee Wagons, Furniture and Clothing —sr-—* ,— >—*■-* *— *-—* * * 3 a * * 3. 'T • ^'' •"' *1 113 m ALSO A GENERAL CLEARING SALE OF- t ■■?' fM #siis§ Hats, Boots and Shoes Trunks, Hardware, Tinware and Crockery. x^m Reduced to Lowest ( < mrn-sm^rnm ■ 11 •■*,, $ Any one preferring to buy their supples for produce instead of cash will find that we are paying rket Prices for Cotton, Corn, Turkeys, Chickens and Hi Hit Untdi iitti/- itkttJhiklkk^uk •*• ■*• -L ■*• ■*• ■*• ■*■ H"4!** ufii'iiAitrtfcfc V £Ss&BS.- IB 1 1 P® •*£# % - rf- _ - l-Z'- Us J "iOB le shall be another term, the peo- now rests with the will you decide? is not greatly mis- have nb reason to we are, the intelligen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 3 November 1898

SlfeS® = tiers r Hue of capet, ! doth, alto plain Ore**goods it* all weight* and color* at price* that will meet anybody* de- tire*. A HINT TO VOTERS. rg ma to f**ali- I*/ " ' r—- Sale inquire at Geo. Hoeffert. apples at Vedder's. drawing near. the entertainment association Raisins and dripd at Keuper & imer, Fred lkemper, three called to assist us for Cranberries, Git. iting tur- and >w- ire® Illi- Remember that W. W. Wil- liams will haye on hand a large box of Beef, Pork and Blood, Liver, Bologna and Wiener sausage to- morrow. Be sure to call around on that day. Grandma Arnim of Flatonia, while here on a visit to her daugh- ter, Mrs. Sengelmann, called at our office and had the figures of Mrs. Ida Herder and Mrs. H. V. Arnim set ahead. Thanks. Bicyles, Guns, pistols, sewing machines, locks, etc., repaired. Wheels for sale and rent. Work guaranteed, prices reasonable. Your patronage solicted. C.W. Bradbury, Hluchan old stand. A few days ago we had the plea- ure of meeting ou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 3 November 1898

J|.C - ■t*'. 1 Srfj -vod^e;, No. & A M Meets on Sat- urday on or be- fore the first full moon in each month. Trans- ient- brethren are corially invited A NEW TRIUMPH. R. IS. Tanner, w. sling, .Sec't. m. H. No. 1501. ' 1st and 3d Monday in Transient brethren lectfully invited. McKinnon, Dictator. Secretary. PAR LODGE, NO. 174- 0. 0. F. each Tuesday Brethren are cor to visit. C. Levey, N. G. sec. >;.- Xd.H.S. ta^e danach. H. Beneber, Praesident. ro. 120. Budding wo- manhood ! What glorious possibil- ities ! Wnat half- hidden danger ! What a time for tender sympathy! At puberty n?ture generally" makes some atteint' to establish physical regularities, but when nature ^ails to assert itself, develop- ments result which injure the health and impair the constitution of the maiden. The timely use of Bradfield's Female Regulator, the standard remedy for all weaknesses and irregularities peculiar to women, is what retarded nature needs fr- ail such cases. Sold by druggists for $1. Book...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 3 November 1898

■- V 7¥ ■■ mm . an. . mVjg > "liriafa = k; .■ ; 7'..^- '. f- ' ' :M' mms THE DOLLAR OF OUR DADDIES uy while you can buy cheap. from business, I will for 30 days from November 1, 1898, sell the following goods at is no fire sale, but the goods are of the best quality. All other goods in my store have lso. Everybody, remember the name when you see it again. lOc, worth $3.50, now. worth $2.00, now. ow cpst. now w $2.05 . 1.28 ..05c ..09c .... .3c each O. I> .. .4c* .. 7 for 25c 5c each j,.... 13c " ...5c .10c " ....10c " .. .2 for 5c 10 pair Suspenders, worth 20c, now 11 pair Suspenders, worth 2$c, now . ^Overshirts of good quality, worth:35c, now.. . Overshirts of better quality, worth 45c, now... A large number of Undershirts, worth 30c, now. ,11c .08c 18c .23c 15c Ten Spoons - 5c per set •Fable- Spoons .... 10c per set Coffee Pots, 1 gallon 13c " Coffee Pots, half gallon 8c '; . MISCELLANEOUS. Brass Lamps 10c Large Glass Lamps.. 25c Lamp Chimneys, small 4c Lamp Chimneys, large...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 3 November 1898

MIS x mm -■MM piI E ROBSON'S LETTER HAIDUSEK. true copy of the letter A. Haidusek which he ublish in the Swoboda: Editor of the Svoboda; DEAR SIR: I notice in the last issue of your paper that you say you will pub} lish anything in your paper that I should wish to say. I now avail my self of your kind offer, my silence having arisen from the fact that yo to answer a polite requee to you some four months ago, , asking you to translate one of your articles against me. 1st. You have charged in your pa- per that Xi was a hafcer of your nation- ality. I desire to say that this charge is a falsehood. 2d. Yott have charged that I have; made slanderous remarks about your' ■ymen. You have never pub- what the remarks were so that this charge. But I will say here that this charge is untrue. Their minds have been poisioned to- wards me, and I have haa no chance to reach them and defend myself against these,charges. I now embrace fchiw opportunity to denounce the as false, \i . . in one issue of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 17 November 1898

Texas university mmm "-r^S A - ■ ■ ■' rO. 15. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., NOV. 17, 1898. Price 91. Schufenburg Situated half way between V San Antonio and Houston, has "I 1200 inhabitants; electric light ^ plant; three good gins; compress and cotton-seed oil mill; good schools; good hotels and solid business houses. It is the best and healthiest town in Fayette county. .This paper is the official organ of the county. prepared to gin your cotton bale. Your patronage i es, Win 'fit —- — v «IS1S6 4#' : ti ";.v•• Pumpkins as Pig Pood. M* The Oregon Agriculturist Exper- iment Station has been experiment- ing with pumpkins as food for pigs and gives the results in a recent bulletin. The pumpkins were cooked, mixed with shorts and salted, and fed to the pigs weighing from 140 to 210 pounds at the beginning of the experiment, October 30, 1897, no other feed but shorts and pump- kins being given. The amount of each feed per pound of gain made the first fourteen days was 15.45 pounds ol p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 17 November 1898

* * jl % mm mM.'.H- a^gg •";> •'iVvC"« W emawae CwJ it A ■ k's ;. Elli -•- -,vv--w <?-.Vr 5««WSBfeE S#-i> TTIggggf xxxzxxxx On account of changing the Firm January 1st, 1899, we will have a, ^^BIISSL M- ■ 1 ■ ? ■ ■! Sfe-t- 1 -" •%_ £||j / ^; '.-.„.;v- • y^r 3*1 Plows, John Deere .and Tennessee Wagons, Furniture and Cloth «smm * —ALSO A GENERAL CLEARING SALE OF- ■2 S- P®|§ life@ , Hats, Boots and Shoes Trunks, Hardware, Tinware and Cr< •• ' :f. mMi TGE v. * pp..«, Vi; Any one preferring to buy their supples for produce instead of cash will find that we are paying rket Prices for Cotton, Corn, Turkeys, Chickens ■•-■ **•?«■• '■ ■."■. • ', - ♦ - \ : • ' le On ai f -vi [ Wfflm , jN&sgh'w ■kjjskk ^5-"" ' — LYING. —:^ia ^•£' S© •• -H? ft; Let's all now and for- Columbus a lawyer and an old ;v . f. ; mill Whitlow ,, will not to tell the peo- of a lie, Stinker's fa- did not seem to cut ,h in the situation, weals a big(?) influ- neighborhood of Schu- as shown by Tuesday's of s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 17 November 1898

: sJPSPPJNaSP* jtfc gpi :.%S%> ??9BB igpwsrs rgj&itriby. i rid CLASH BETWEEN RACES. Elegant Line of ND CHINAWARE • ■... -.;./ • ' ' ; "• " * af)le for such occasions. WMk> Silk and Linen, Embroidered anc With Initials. at Lowest Ebb- of All Other Goods Carried in a General Store At Lowest Prices. £ CLARK, M. D. BpfpflMK v- '"pfc ie public and j Fresh shredded eocoanut at Ved- I am ready at der's. ieln- , Miss Alma Morrow of Hackberry M. D. was visiting ner aister, Mrs. Fritz Koltermann, near Weimar last week. « jS® I lie inquire at Hoeffert. s at Vedder's. of Houston his parents, Morrow of Deviled crabs will go at cost at William3J. hes Theater und Ball in Soontag den 20 der Ge mus- home this thing 'rey- Q8last )V- A few of our Xfiaas toys just ar- rived come and examine them at J. St. Wrba Sons. MARRIED.—At the Catholie church at High Hill, Wednesday, Nov. 16th 98,Rev, Father Breuck- lin officiating; Edward Ohnheiser to Miss Anna Billek. TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY Take Lax...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 17 November 1898

• N, MHStfT* ; Wortham. . sle. les. i leller. Neese. , ti Mond2y af- and Sep- cs.l's ■ ; r~ s .tr - - > .. JMSlBBSBBBfra imann. IMISSIONERS. iSST Lyops Lod<£e? No. 195. AF&A M . Meets on Sat- urday on or be- fore the first full moon in each month. Trans- ient brethren are corially invited to attend. R. S. Tanner, w. m. Fred. Ebeling, Sec't. "fi ; K. of ii Lodge, No. 1501. Meets on 1st and 3d JVfonday in each month. Transient brethren in the city respectfully invited. E. L, McKinnon, Dictator. Fred Ebeling, Secretary. WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174. ID Court , -r-il, luiy mem Meets regularly each Tuesday night. Transient Brethren are cor- dially inyited to visit. M. C. Levey, N. G. N. L. McKinnon, sec. O.d.H.S. Freiligrath Loge NO. 14. Rbgelmsesige Ver sammlung jeden Donnerstag vor Yollmond und 14 tage danach. H. Beneker, Praesident. Peter Sekretaer. No. 120. • • • •••-• " imm. 'mm ■ ■ SaCii mt 2d and 4th Thurs- 3 month. Visiting breth cordially invited to meet F. Young, C. C....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 24 November 1898

Texas University v' ■BV~ '%: *- •;■ y 9g -, :rj -! lSSsl^ir£'.i —r- ►L. V I" NO. 16. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., NOV. 24, 1898. Price w. I " A. - ^ . rSchulenburg Situated half way between' San Antonio and Houston, has 1200 inhabitants; electric light plant; three good gins; compress and cotton-seed oil mill; good schools; good hotels and solid business bouses. It is the best and healthiest town in Fayette county.. This paper is the official organ of the county. mmm ppfljg im prepared to gin your cotton ldard bale. Your patronage HaP full line of shes, Win- Cement. •ess Lumber. G-DDds, fflpii jjpll: ISI Wk. I wmrnkmm WSm • • • HISSED FROfl THE STKEETS. i&m&m OR- Saloon. llem Grunde WMmm Xzl&i won other South- Distilled of Carefully Selected Grain and Pure Limestone Spring Water; Matured in wood and bot tied under our own supervision. Kentucky Dew is the leader of fine old-fashioned Sour Mash Whiskies and for mellowness and richness of flavor has no superior. Buy Ken-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 24 November 1898

— g| 'tnf \ Plows, John Deere and Tennessee Wagons, Furniture and Clot! fgpi v, ?■ -• jfv Wm^ * — lie * rjSf- 4 * A A " ' *<' ...- • , "•" ' ■ / . f-w- —ALSO A GENERAL CLEARING SALE OF- Hats, Boots and Shoes Trunks, Hard flware and Crock* to the westc Bii g&fS one preferring to buy their supples for produce instead of cash will find that we are paying et Prices for Cotton, Corn, Turkeys, Chickens and ■ i <!%t V. ^ nnkikHA SMRSSsoth^ 1 • . li, t A kc = week dig- in if the and negroes of ;<e coiored mate or* in different sun- on the recent troub- The resold lurid and gory accord- the distance from the scene There was noth- determipatiou to march and do vi et armia rather a "you-hit-the- it. Just this kind of to do no good, urge the people to Felton's suggestion, ever the provocation and is sufficient, summary jus- be met out to the offend- the tenets of the white New York and In* their Caucasian and admirers may as that this poun- ruled by white men— tjjep "to the manner ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 24 November 1898

- : ■ '•S'-aeifTv£5=.-&3,.. - ><5msgR3aK >sgE Spi : * ■ ■ • ■ . fer;~ gg ',?■:: An Elegant Line of • ,ASS AND CHINAWARE Suitable for such occasions. Also An e Line Silk and Linen, Embroidered and mmm , • _ Prices at Uewest Ebb- Full Supply of All Other Goods Carried in a General Store At Lowest Prices. H. HORNER. — This is to notify the public and I am ready at serve them. W. W. Walker, M. D. *— Sale inquire at :? Geo. Hoeffert. lanseeartd Wm. were here last of Collars, Suspendors, ; Steinmann. came up , return- - DAY. All of - — wiU be of Postmaster Chas. Helmcamp of LaGrange and Miss Minna Tell were married last Wednesday. Will retire from business on Jan 1st 1899, so it will be to your in- terest to call on me for any goods you may need in my line before purchasing elsewhere. W. W. Williams. Messrs. Gus Voght and Emil Geiptner are new members of the Lavaca county commissioners court. Farmers would do well to direct some attention to the raising of better cattle. They...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 24 November 1898

rops H to attend. . R. 8. Tanner, w. m. Fred. Ebeling, Sec't. s Mond2y af- ; weeks. ^_r.-f|l — . ° Faison. t* -~:H John O'Bar. & A M Meets on Sat- urday on or be- fore the first full moon in each month. Trans- ient brethren are eorially invited :Vous _ ■ma ' - * K. of H. Lodge, No. 1501. Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in each month. Transient brethren in the city respectfully invited. E. L, McKinnon, Dictator. ed Ebeling, Secretary. ■ ■ • i western star lodge, no. 174. L 0. 0. P. " commissioners. -Wessels. . C Breudle. young. McKinnon. ' is County Court on y, April, July three weeks, commissioners Court Mondays in February, nber. :ourts. t. Willrich, Jus 2nd eets regularly each Tuesday Transient Brethren are cor- dially invited to visit, M. C. Levey, N. G. N. L. McKinnon, sec. ^ V-'V7' - £ :i "i O. d. H- S. Freiligrath Loge NO. 14. Rfcgelmffisiee Ver- sammlung jeden Donnerstag vor Vollmond und 14 tage danach. "H. Beneker, Praesident. E. Peter Sekretaer. : Sunset Canro No. 120, ■•■■■...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 1 December 1898

■ Viv v - . .' |pf WBBmHl jmmm V NO. 17. REGARD FOR HUMAN LIFE. Terrible Arraignment by a Louis- ville, Ky., Judge. Judge Henry S. Baxter, of the criminal division of the circuit court of Louisville, in his charge to the November grand jury; accused the city administration of being re- sponsible for the immunity enjoyed by gamblers. Referring to the many failures of justice he said: "It does seem to me crime is not punished as it should be. The court is very much discouraged to see murderers go unwhipped of justice when it is almost certain they are guilty. I have frequently left this court room completely broken down at the failure of jus- tice, If the verdicts were added up in murder cases and averaged with those who were convicted of stealing during the last year, since I have been on the bench, it would be found those accused of murder escaped with lighter punishment than those who have taken proper- ty. This court is forced to the conclusion that human life, there- fore, on an ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 1 December 1898

m&J&ismti - H&fcfc Sls^i "V v "la tocked with_ and Meyer Ranger Plows, of the low price of cotton sell them at PRICES. me before you buy. ig, Wagon and Carriage work, and horse shoeing prompts ly done at living prices. I Report of Grand Jury. iy, Dec. 1, 1898. Thursday by G0ETH. 51.oo PER ANNUM ehulenburg post- class matter Bthe phet of St, Louis, cyclone t! irai years of the* best and Dphets of this day e has kept tions eloselj failed Times, is one truth, mg in to the hon. h. teichmueller, dist. judge 22d jud. district. We, the grand Jury, beg to report that we have concluded our work. We have investigated 44 cases, examined about 300 witnes- ses and have found 28 true bills of indictments. A number of mis- meaner cases have been brought our attention which however we have not deemed of sufficient im- portance to take up the time of this grand jury and have referred same to the proper authorities for action. - 'V"; Among others we nndtbe failure of many butchers in this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 1 December 1898

■M- Y .y.i. range^wl ling will fill bis position tty school superintendent. if m m M •. />-f / v" 4*' >1 ~ on a 14 years Heiiirich, e attended the and which took i Tuesday of 1st )ied wohl £ CLARK, M. D. rSICIAN & SURGEON, ses of women and chil- jipecialty. Strict atten- bn to calls both night and [day. Office is at my Residence, Schulen- , ' burg, Texas. .Walker, M. D., tic/an & Surgeon. ience. ( Schulenburg, Texas. ■ 3 left at my residence will re- | prompt attention day or night. " rEUHAUS, M. D., -r - ician and Surgeon. at Breymann's Drug Store* P. THOMAS, DENTIST, ' oveBank. S LaGrange, Texas. 3LTERS. John A. Kerr. ^3 fotters & Kerr. JAWYERS. practice in State and Federal over first nat. bank. iGRANGE, TEXAS. McKINNON, ibborpey ab Law aijd lobary Public, tice in State & Federal Courts. etzel Building, Schulenburg. Texas. kRTZ. tl. SCHWARTZ, iwartz Eros Proprietors of ^very and JB'eed Stables, [en Meet all Trains. I carry the most com- plete line of hardwar...

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