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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 March 1902

WMMmM •*--■ "I*?' ' *11^^ "MM '* -— §! r>4 "" j/?. jffing, ^Publisher, ...... ^ - SCHULENBURG, OLUME SUCCESSFUL BERMUDA VALLEY Stock DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. «/. B. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS nd Bree ler of standard and Thoroughbred HORSES y^v Red Polled and Registered Helstein CATTLE. s standard bred Stallion J B, and thoroughbred stallion Panmure permanently located at my Farm. " ' ' er #*35.00 cash with return privilege n case of failure to foal. Corx-es With prospective purchasers of Fine Cattle is respect-fullv solicited. sl WST PANMURE" O-DEALEK Carries a carefully selected line of the most fashionable designs of C. and has constantly fresh supply of > Your Patronage Solicited H. GRAF- Fs ever' the resxzlt of visit to tKo JEWELRY Store of v v- > v tfa IS*- 4f J METRICH & KRENGEL g . at LaGrange, Texas. Glvo them o. trial. You will be plea-sed 1 •Plain Words Jire (jver the Siest. One (Dollx, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1902. NUMBER FARMING. tended for br...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 March 1902

■■': ^:vW rfSBt* CLOTHING! .♦.♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦:♦.♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ imz H OUR SUITS COMMAND ATTENTION NO HATTER How particular you are we can please you. We have pleased particular people before. WATCH Our Children's Clothing Add. we can suit anyone no matter where they come from in quality as in style. BOETTCllER MOS. CO. Schulervbvirg, Texe^s. From the beginning of our career our ambition has been an effort of determination in the direc- tion of establishing a reputation that would re- dound to our CREDIT. Concientious endeavor is a sur<* avenue to SUCCESS. In brief such a business Policy re- sults in the Production of a Reputation of merit and one that will in a short time commend itself to the Customers, THIS SPRING Finds us fully equipped with a stock of splendid assort- ment, and good Values in Clothing. CLO ~vs~ ■i* • THREE GREAT FACTORS: IT, - y I'M INISH, ■HpA.SHIOJST, We can fit you ail; our stock is a large one. Cail in and see for yourself. You will surely find at our store what y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 March 1902

*m. M HORNER'S. "A GENUINE NORTHERN :-V„ Mm n ■ ■■ j^isg ;-- V:?.' . ■ ••- : •': ''"'"o. Ss®8 ■■PP* SB*-. f-F K4-~+ f :--rT><f^<=-4^++-t *i4?H SM 8~f=irfjW IB M O. ROOS. .^inlteftfiessee Thriumph, ^ iriy Rose, Early Maine AND OTHER VARIETIES. NEBRASKA Sssii Corn, Mjjiet and Sorghum Seed. AH Guaranteed as Advertised at Lowest Prices. &t- HORNERS'. KSPOBT. i following Is tho inirket report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chafiTed weekly, accord- ing to the high«*st market prices paid. CHANGED EVSltV WEDNEDAY ■ ; 6S?W. 8 1-S ... 75o " 7ao 10c 5 to 7c .....to to ISO IS to 20c 10 to 17 .oc per lb 10c _____ .yr-f,..v^. :ioc Potatoes, - 75c Irish Potatoes par. tucket 45c Cotton, demand not so brisk. Eggs strictly declining. Batter, just now In heavy demand clso poul- (average) per 100 lbj .. (cocking) er 'table)- ' (as to size) era f (per pair) try. ;V J; " MS Sell your beeswax to Levey. Mr. George Sanford is in St. Luuis. F-resh Irish potatoes at Horner's. Mr, Booth af Gonzal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 March 1902

SPSS >•>. & U ur COTTON i ■ ii>. mm Must be handled by Expert Ginners if its del- icate fiber is to be preserved and the highest market price realized from its sale plant has recently been entirely renewed, yojr business will be given my personal super- vision, and the result obtained will certainly be satisfactory. I also will continue to carry a complete line of Lumber and Builders' Material. Your patronage is solicited. S. T. SCHAEFER. ZEEearcs© i n Connection. 50 YEARS* EXPERIENCE WASHINGTON LETTER. m c Wmi s s •. " . Prescriptions Carefully Filled. F. M.WILKS, JEWELER -AHD- Artistic Workman. S'jccassor to Geo. Mueller. Is prepared to supply you with Watches, Clocks, Rings and other trinkets of the latest design, and to repair yoar 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 Postoffiee. mi ■feSS fit' G. a Johnson ifi¥ Barber. Suffering Is qaJokly relieved Ifthm prop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 March 1902

i0#si rr; Si i ill ■Si': ffi s&l -; I - - , 'v ' - i'.sBS g*- I ;> j sr t'"*h' Wrtfwi* & V- - • - vf-iSI !Plain Words jire Sver the S3 est. One ^Dollar a %/eat VKL SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1902. NU&&BS& 33, : . — ! pi '• •'.: *EE| :'' T & m~ - ■% MUOA VA cy O 4$" f 'vN DR. !. £T CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS ^•iar.qf stsn-l-ird and HiarMgfo&rtl HORSES ^i AM 8f fed foiled and Registered HolsteiR CATTLE. Tha t:.-n")A3 ktnsistar.i bred Stallion J B, and tha csle'oratM fhafottshbred stallion Pannvure ar aow psr nvi.'.i'Sj io :a_t3# at my Farm. ~ ' a? 3it.V3- <25.)) 0 1 •>a .with return privilege .'aemoii. i'i ne of fail'.ire to foul. Oorres- _iee with prospective prvreii-asers of Fine ,or Cattle is respoc^fhiiv solicited. - \ti> ^ ' i •_ Wm%W$i0§ vis &&A yjs < 1 . J PANMURE- R.EAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. VLI*iR ivi lily selected line ot the liiosi fashionable designs of lis. constantly in steck supply of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 March 1902

m m . M m&m- m i£. :-: S. . - - 1 - if |w^a-.g,' M -|^r5 mm <.••••-. piKT^ R SRs? HI SPRING GOODS, CALL AROUND AND LOOK THEM OVER. WE Have specially endeavored this SPRING to surpass all our previous efforts, not only in getting new and up-to-date GOODS but by buying an extensive col lection, such-as would be the most desirable. Our Line is so far ahead of anything that has ever been shown in SPRING GOODS that it is almost impossible for in to say too much about it, or even make a fair representation of the magnificent line we have, through our ads. In making our selections we have done so with the desire to please all, so far as possible, Itis our firm belief that we can please ev^n.the most critical customer. It has always been our endeavor to make our DRESS GOODS department the strong feature of our business, and you will have to admit when you see the line of Spring Goods we show is a lovely one. As we said never before have we been so advantage- ously situated or had suc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 March 1902

; ', . :•* < •- H. HORNER. At HORNER'S. GENUINE NORTHERN BSBBSBSJ IH O. ROOS. Sfe '*£'4 Si ^ 4 mm k Tennessee Thriumph, " Early Rose, Early Maine AND OTHER VARIETIES. NEBRASKA Seed Corn, Millet and Sorghum Seed. All Guaranteed as Advertised at Lowest Prices. At HORNER'S. .vr^snsscr itss*OBT. Tb« following Is tie market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and ohansred weekly, accord- ing to kite highest market prices paid. CHANGED ev3p.y y/edneday % Cotto (average) 8 1-16 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs ....:.75c Corn 76c Ecrcrs §, 10c Butter (cooking) 5 to7e Butter (table) " 10 to 15c Chickens (as to size) 5— 15 to 20c Roosters 10 to 17 Turkeys (per pair) 75 to 90 Bacon 10c Lard... 10c Potatoes, 40 to 60 Irish Potatoes per bucket 45c Cotton, quiet slow damand. Butter, just now in heavy demand also poul- try. mm M. C. Levey buys Tobacco Tags. Talk up the "Easter-Monday Hop." Teat Blanke's Roasted Coffee;at Levey's is getting very popular. Wesley Rosenberg visited Fla- touia Sunday. Go to L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 March 1902

$100 REWARD, $100. Ann Arbor Man's Hard Luck. Professor Mark W. Harrington, once occupying the chair of astron omy at Ann Arbor, and subsequent ly chief of the United States weather bureau at the national cap- ital, i§. said to be working as a day jS"\ / f? S* /* The readers of this paperwill pleased to learn that there r* • ■sv *J:ir !A/ mwn i g disease least one {'T,V * J- * i sc enco 1% * *'4 Dixie Pale and Budwei Bottle Beer, cic rcc rd Must be handled by Expert Gir.r.ers if its c'e!- icate fiber is to be preserved and the highest market price realized from its sale M/ plant has recently been entirely renewed, your business will be given my personal super- vision, and the result obtained will certainly be satisfactory. I also will continue to carry a complete line of Lumber and Builders' Material. Your patronage is solicited. S. T. SCHAEFER. Hearse in Con ~n eotion. been able to cure in all its stages and. that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now ! labo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 April 1902

' ' •, -■*< " ^ • "I ^ W mm ■Bin SB? _ ■'4Sf? s TcxmUn'>-•'■'♦ taiS % W, !/}. JCing, {Publisher. iPlain Words fire Sver the SB est. One Dollar a 3/eai VOLUME VIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TElCAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 190 2. NUMBER 35. t BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS- DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. j. B. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS Owaer and Breeder of Standard and Thoroughbred vTTW sTS<<~. HORSES m of Registered Red Polled and Registered Holstein CATTLE. T!i3 tamous standard bred Stallion J B, and th celebrated thoroughbred stallion Panmure are now permanently located at nay Farm. Service of either $25.00 cash with return privilege next season, in case of failure to foal. 0o£?®®" PANMURE" pondcnce with prospective purchasers of Fine PANMUKe. Stock or Cattle is respect-fully solicited. on his way to h. graf's ll 1$ We've Something To Tell Him, You Also. —=T—■ , ■ ' '' —1= , 1 you'll find us good friends in adversity nfl prosperity, for we offer you substantial ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 April 1902

- 11 - - ' --x' iSii WBm rfflf if k W£ :• K S£- -? C ■' if pSS! * ^ ' f--1 :. |J|v 1111 m m--. ' m- wm. i 1 i imimismriiimniimiXTTxmmxiiiTTYTYTyrr^ A SPRING GOODS, CALL AROUND AND LOOK THEfl OVER. 11^^ ^ WE Have specially endeavored this SPRING to surpass ail our previous efOrts, not only in getting new and up-to-date GOODS but by buying an extensive col lection, such as would be the most desirable. Our Line is so far ahead of anything that has ever been shown in SPRING GOODS that it is almost impossible for us to say too much about it, or even make a fair representation of the magnificent liie we have, through our ads. In making our selections we have done so with the desire to please all, so far as possible. It is our firm belief that we can please ev^n the mostcritical customer. It has always been our endeavor to make our DRESS GOODS department the strong feature of our business, and you will have to admit when you see the line o; Spring Goods we show is a lovely one. As we said ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 April 1902

gggj $:<& ' % if : ; • 111 si ■ *-iV v.-.; s'5*Sg? Is® !§ill^ H. HORNER. O. ROOS HORNER K Offers an Exceptionally Good Line of SPRING DRESS GOODS. In Whits and Figured Silks, Lawns, Dimity, Organdies, Pic- qaes and Other Sheer Goods. v >&-'■ Applique, Laces, Aliovers and "other Trimmings. GOODS BRIGHT a.i\d PR.ICES RIGHT Call and Examine or send for Samples. At HORNER'S. juc.aaa.tiT 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 WEDNEDAY Cotton (average) 8c Cotton Seed per lOO lbs .. 90c Corn 75c Fggs 10c Butter (cooking) 5 to7 c Butter (table) " 20 Chickens (as to size) 15to20e Roosters 10 to 17 Turkeys (per pair)- 6c lb Baccn 10c Lard 10c Potatoes, 40 to 60 Irish Potatoes per bucket 50c Cotton: Smaller receipts, steady price, de- mand slow. Butter and chickens wanted at fair prices. Mr. Spacek of Hackberry attend- ed the dance Monday evening last. ■ Fresh Kraut at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 April 1902

ISliP If J SSS^'fe IF IN NEED OF.,^ SP6 Sg m JssmM ■ 'iM&uf--'. ■BBto;*■. «- I | SSte Mi" S 'r.^ -i " >' ' '' ' , " §p^J§ir * iks-Mk'-: mmm § §3f£Sp s >:.% *•! jk~ ':> "...' ***' 'ft'„; |J> jjpV^46S - 7f" :'•-*" -' K • ||§g|l ISM-;- Hi 5-"" Builders' Hardware, Paints, Oils, Brushes, Cement, Lime and Brick, You can save money by giving me a cail before ^gsgiSbuying else where.^^^2^ .. T. SCHAEFER. ZE3Z©ai3TB© t ~r> Connection. ...THE .. Prescriptions Carefully Filled. F. M.WILKS, JEWELER -ANO- Succeasor to Geo. Muelter. 50 YEARS* EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable. Coniniuntca- tlons strictly confidential. Handbook on -Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securingpateuts. Patents taken through Munn ft Co. receive tpecial notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. a handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir- culation of a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 April 1902

MSI' s sfefr Unir< •r uy P^jgfe.K «V"- OsST! '.-v"' •c-:^-1" '^v > .. / , |V;.;. fc/i# Jfing, {Publisher. ZPtain Words Jire Svor the S3 est. One ^Dollar a 3/eat '*• V Rk|& a "S*= a# 3" !%; 3?< t^: \ HE®*'*. VOLUME VIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1902. NUMBER 36. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, OLEOM ARGAR1NE BILL PASSED. DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. j. B. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS O.vaer and Braadar of Standard and TlurouglM yff^—//av HORSES Aa1 of B^islersi M Polled and Registered Holsteln CATTLE. Tli3 nraou3 standard bred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred stallion Panmure are now p3rm3.neaL.lv located at my Farm. Ssrviee of eit i?r §25.03 cash with return privilege next S3a3oa, in case of failure to foal. Corres- pondence with prospective purchasers of Fine &toek o* Cattle is respect-fully solicited. PANMURE ON II IS WAX TO IT. GRAF'S ft We've Something To Tell Him, You Also. You'll find us good friends in adversity and prosperity, fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 April 1902

;IP SSr ffiH IBS' •• ±Wr- % '• illfe ipg! Ir- . :&*" SkSSE. mm* .. -r h| " -< 'k- -v;. 1 V IP. . lii • ■ felf- •<., life 3s9i im3ncsa^^aim2mxmzaiimmnmmmmiimmm£znimmi33aaxDCBngnxr7xm«iiiriiiK Ht ^ Hit 9 CO. CL6THII0!! all 9 N 1 €3S : ; MR&HOPjtt We have without a doubt the best and strongest line in the country, we can show more styles than any of our competitors. Prices are low down and within everyone's reach. We have a most complete line of three piece Suits Cheviots,Serges,Unfinished Worst- eds, wide-a.-wa.ke Worsted, Flannels, Etc. the cs^L. ^MRS. HOPKINS MAKE There's a Difference in Clothes 1 D We have the line, every piece we have in Swiss, Silk Tis= sues, Batiste, Organdies, Swiss Plumetis, Lawns, Figured and White, are pretty.= Madras Cloths; we think that our line cannot be excelled anywhere. Call around; look at our new things, it is a pleasure for us to show them for we know they are pretty and up=to=date. Take no chances, they all tell you they have the pri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 April 1902

#> m H. HORNER. O. ROOS || HORNER Offers an Exceptionally Good Line of 1 SPRING DRESS GOODS. In White and Figured Silks, Lawns, Dimity, Organdies, Pic- ques and Other Sheer Goods. Applique, Laces, Allovers and other Trimmings. GOODS BRIGHT atrvd PRICES RIGHT Call and Examine or send for Samples. 4 At HORNER'S. It Ii FORT. 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 (average) 8 l-8c Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 65c Corn 75c Eggs .....lie Batter (cooking) 5 to7c Butter 'table) " 20 Chickens (as to size) 15 to 20c Roosters 10 to 17 Turkeys (per Dair)._ : 5c lb Bacon _ ... 9 ta ll Lard JK. 10c P'ltatops 40 to 60 Irish Potatoes per bucket 50c Cotton: Steady with limited demand. Butter and chickens in demand at fair prices. Fresh Kraut at retail at Boetlcher Bros. Co. Mr. Will Berger of Houston is in city. Chas. Margolius pays highest prices for hides cash. Mr. Max Steinmann l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 April 1902

mm* Jk m -v . s KH -r-.' m m ' /- mm fSfeS : W feSPfi Piv - Kir mm 00¥- M:: ■ IN NEED OF. LUMBER, == Builders' Hardware, Pajnts, Oils, Brushes, Cement, Lime and Brick, You csn save money by giving me a call before ~^gggbuying elsewherejplg^?^ S. T. SCHAEFER. TTfta.-PBPi xxl OorLneotion. i COMBINATION H 50 YEARS' . EXPERIENCE .THE Patents ttons strictly confidential. Handbook on Patent* Prescriptions Carefully Filled/ F. M.WILKS, JEWELER -AND- Artistic Workman. Successor to Geo. Mueller. Is prepared to supply you with Watches, Clocks, Rings and other trinkets of the latest design, and to repiir your time piece, sewing ma* chi ie, gun or pistol in the most artis- tic and effective manner possible. C^ll and inspect my stock. Store next door to Postoffice. Q. fl. Johnson Barber. u V V ' t Read and ba convinced. Thousands of attar Ilka tastlmonlals la aur pas- sasslon. Job. Ulla, ofShorry, Wis* wrHot: "Oar obildrtn hod o rloJoat cough ha* woro eomplotoly oorod attar taking Monro's Hor tw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 April 1902

^:fc- Till *# V'trw* Si, JCing, {Publisher. {Plain Words fire €ver the S3 est. One 2)o//ar a 3/**r VOLUME VIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1902. NUMBER 3 7. J. B. .iERUUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS CROP CONDITIONS. Owatr and Breeder of StalMiard and thoroag^bred HORSES AN of Registered Red Polled and Regfstered ffolsteln? CATTLE. The famous standard bred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred stallion Panmure ate now permanently located at my Farm. Service ef either $25.00 cash with return privilege sex* season, in case of failure to foal. Corres- se with prospective purchasers of Fi«e r Cattle is respect-fully solicited." PANMURE- owr ms wax to h. Graf's mbbIK M wax to if We've Something * , '"j ^ M To Tell Him, You Also. iiii ' ■■ " 1 —; ; 1 —7—7 ~ You'll find us good friends in adversity and prosperity, for we offer you substantial goods at low prices, or show you th9 finedt and most elegant stock and gi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 April 1902

m *gr. & S; ^ ' Igagfpfc^r .7; C : .. ^ '.tjzxisiizh: >*♦>♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 1 1* V BROS. CO CLOTHIHG! CLBTE1IG!! have it to sixLt all We have without a doubt the best and strongest line in the country, we can show more styles than any of our competitors. Prices are low down and within everyone's reach. We have a most complete line of three piece Suits CheviotsiSerges,Unfinished Worst- eds, wide-a.-wa.ke Worsted, Flannels, Etc. MRS. HOPKINS M ] 1 ] Tis= and We have the line, every piece we have in Swiss, Silk sues, Batiste, Organdies, Swiss Plumetis, Lawns, Figured White, are pretty.= ~~ Madras Cloths; we think that our line cannot be excelled anywhere. Call around; look at our new things, it is a pleasure for us to show them for we know they are pretty and up-to-date. Take no chances, they all tell you they have the prettiest line, but all we ask is for you to call and seethe difference. There's a Difference in Clothes Copyright 1901, Crouse & Br&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 April 1902

mati&SEBB&b O. ROOS If +"T? m ■ is-./- pp. ;." pte # h - ' ■ : r- X-: S£ | •- * ■ ♦ a® H. HORNER. HORNER J\|/ • • • • * |m Offers an Exceptionally Good Line of gj SPRING DRESS GOODS. | ■ ■ =— — Rrtfi In White and Figured T* Silks, lawns, Dimity, Organdies, Fic-1 qses and Other Sheer Goods. 3 ..." ^ , itl Applique, Laces, Allovers and other Trimmings. || eL'nd PRICES RIGHT M Call and Examine or send for Samples. .At HORNER'S. JUMMJBT REPORT, The following is the market report as compil- ed by H. Hornet. *nd chansred weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid, changed every wedneday Corn Eggs " Butter (cooking) ... . 81-tc 85c 75 .... 12c 5 to 7 Butter (table). —■ - J® J^c thickens (as to size) 15 to 20c Roosters — 10 «o 0c Turkeys (per pair)- - n?j5?In?J Bacon 1 ■ t «rd 10c Potatoes, 40toJS Irish Potatoes per bucket...........^—..... .. 50c Cotton: Steady with limited demand. Chas. Margolius pays highest prices for hides cash. Mr. Kohleffel was in Columbus Sunday. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 April 1902

Sllfe m iw3 - mm s&y &r •s^ i£v- few? TJ ipgp ibgg:':■■■ F !N NEED Or LUM **.&> Builders' Hardware, Paints, Oils, Brushes, Cement, Lime and Brick, save money by giving me a call before buying elsewhere.. POULTRY. oats are sown aud cut in llie nu'k stage, wiien they return the best j — results. The cows are always giv-1 I have not ob en ail the hay they want. Rye is the articles which f hnvt ■rved S. T. SCHAEFER. jBCeaicse - ~n ConnectiorL. one of the strongest mils pro- ducers, and sown as early as prac- ticable in the fall for winter and spring pasture. I endeavor to make mv cow.3 comfortable and this encompasses the whole field of dairying.—Texas Stockman and Farmer. Southern Pacific Rates, AN EVENT OF STATE-WIDE (TEXAS) IMPORTANCE. GRUBE 50 YEARS' . EXPERIENCE THE Prescriptions Carefully Filled. F. M.WILKS, JEWELER -AND- Artistic Workman. Successor to Geo. Mueller. Is prepared to supply you with W-vtche3, Clocks, Rings and other trinkets of the latest design, and t...

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