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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 April 1902

mm 11 M: WL Tmmi Unlrtnitjr ZIbe Scbulenburg Sticker. m: S?. Jfing, ^Publisher. SP/at'n Words jire £vor the 32est* Ono 'Dollar a 3/eat VOLUME VIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1902. r NUMBER 38. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, m mt DR, I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. O.B. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS ovra«r and Breeder of standard and Thoroughbred SffK. Sffc~ HORSES AN of Registered Red Polled and Registered Holsteln CATTLE. The tenons standard bred Stallion J B, and celebrated thoroughbred stallion Panmuro arc now permanently located at my Farm. Service ef either $25.00 cash with return privilege tseason,in case of failure to foal. Corres- lence with prospective purchasers of Fine PANMURE* or Cattle is respect-fully solicited. on his wai to h. graf's wax to h< We've Something To Tell Him, You Also. You'll find us good friends in adversity and prosperity, for we offer you substantial - goods at low prices, or show you the finest and most elegant stock and give you an op- po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 April 1902

♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦> -♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦ r« < \ Ml El^ mm mia* &- ® CO. CLOTHING!! There's a Difference in Clothes it to suit all. a 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- 1 eds, wide-a.-wa.ke Worsted, Flannels, Etc. ' ! 1? the {MRS. HOPKINS make That is why the Sack Suits made by Grouse & Brandegee, Manufacturing Tailors, Utica, New York, are the choice of men who have "looked around." - tThey have found the difference between these and the best mer- chant tailor's—the fiffereiiee is in price. We have them at about-half what the tailor wants for equal qualities. They have "also found where these suits differ from "cheap" Clothing. They cost more—cer- tainly—but when it comes to style, fit and quality—that's another thing. See them and judge for yourself. m We hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 April 1902

§3 ifPlpi[tg. . -'*!" H 3£sWSElSf §gf^ Snif!ii 1 r. HORNER. HORNER Offers an Exceptionally Good Line of SPRING DRESS GOODS. In White and Figured Silks, Lawns, Dimity, Organdies, Pic- qnes and Other Sheer Goods. i ' -*£~3 " 'iff? p|§ **+3-+-K+-> O. ROOS Applique, Laces, Allovers and other Trimmings. GOODS BRIGHT a,fid PHICES RIGHT Call and Examine or send for Samples. fifl i Tvr" ic — At HORNER'S. .1T.IRRJST REPORT. The following is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chanted weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED every wednesday Cotton (arerage) Cotton Seed per 100 lbs . (cooking) (table)... Chickens (as to size) Roosters (per pair).,.. Irish Potatoes per backet.. Cotton: Steady. 8 l-2c 55c 75c 12 l-2c 5 to7c 10 to 15o 20 to 25o 10 to 17 nominal 9 to 11 10c 40 to 80 i l-2c lb iH Chas. Margolius pays highest prices for hides cash. Mr. A. J. Karlbach of LaGrange was in the city Monday. Fine Millinery at Miss Katve Wolters. Mr. Geo. Hoeffert is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 April 1902

Sife Kr 93' i MSii > g/Sfg:;; sSllfls &g - Sslif? IS! ^as^lF IN NEED OF^b. Builders' Hardware, Paints, Oils, Brushes, Cement, Lime and Brick, You can save money by giving me a call before .buying elsewhere. _.S. T. SCHAEFER.. Hearse i ~n Connection. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE .. .THE Prescriptions Carefully Filled. F. M.WILKS, JEWELER -AND- Artistic Workman. Successor to Geo. Mueller. Is prepared to supply you with Witches, Clocks, Rings and other trinkets of the latest design, and to ropur your time piece, sewing ma- chine, gun or pistol in the most artis- tic aid effective manner possible. Gall and inspect my stock. Store jloxt door to Postoffice. G. n. Johnson The Barber. CUREDK I mmm Read and be convinced. A Thousands of other like 7 testimonials in oar pos- % session. Jot. Ulla, of Starry, Wit., writ ok £ "Oar children bad a violent cougb j boi wore completely oared after £ taking Serora's Balsam for Laogt A for two daft." £ Such results ere obtained J almost In every instanse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 May 1902

' • - 'if * ' TtJiw U W«T ity V ~:' -* triSSrUi* vggmgm :*r^ SiE ^ 13 %*& , W. S/?. Jfing, Publisher. SP/a/n 'Words jire Suer the 53est. One 'Dollar a 2/ec? VOLUME VIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1902. NUMBER 39. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, J. B. DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS own« and Breeder of ftM&rf. and TftoroBghbred s7Rs. yffr*. HORSES JM of Registered Red Palled wt Registered Hilstelt , * \ i * The famous standard bred^SfcalKon J B, abd the celebrated thoroughbred stallion Panixxur* are now permanently located at my FaroiO^M , Service ef either #25.00 cash with return privilege next iaason, in case of failure tp fpal. Corres- pondence with prospective purchasers of Fine Stock or Cattle is respect-fully solicited. PANMURE- ox h19.wat to 8, ftaws We've Something To Tell Him, Ybu Also. You'll find us good friends in adversity and prosperity, for we offer you substantial goods at low prices, or show you the finest and most elegan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 May 1902

ipffi'Sft '*. • jps ■us Ml- t: Skr.. H H n^sp' -ft; m w .-■■ -, MRS.HOPKINS best show more Prices We have without a doubt the strongest line in the country, we can styles than any of our competitors, low down and within everyone's reach We Have a most complete line of three piece S\iits CKeviots,Serges,Unfinished Worst- eds, wide-a.-wa.ke Worsted, Flannels, Etc. MRS HOPKINS BUS mm 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 prettiest line, all we ask is for you to call and see s'. , There's a Difference in Clothes That it why tht Sack Suits mad# by Grouse & Brandegee, Manufacturing Tailors, Utica, New York, are the ehoioe of men wfeo have "looked around"...

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

* rSi* si ® . -fit * v.v.-,---*;. \: .^f!. • ^5"i ' *'- vj >**x '..: 1 3ra® r*-. ••-n?--fe:.^v> ■ C :' ■ J K ;v ^2.;' •' SB^Sf 1M' ^a esaoa««a O. ROOS y H IV H -H 9-F « vwnjrvsppa-f o-4 a.if4 -j-H - «--| ?F-J r-L-f—'" H '•> Ehi:i&l-.r?%fc3 iirti dr+rtdrSfcrrrH fecst'fcsfc^fc*?^ H. HORNER. HORNER p ' •'''' ' [f$ Offers an Exceptionally Good Lin? of || SPRING DRESS GOODS, |J — Efc-fi -— =• ni In White and Figured |H| . jfcfe' Silks, Lawns, Dimity, Organdies, Pic- i A qnes and Other Sheer Goods. ^ —Z.—' "-ft: : rfi / 7 <T *5: \ kn-B Applique, Laces, Allovers and other Trimmings. || GOODS BRIGHT a.rvd PRICES R.IGHT || Call and Examine or send for Samples. At HORNER'S. .W.1RMLM4T REPORT. TIm following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to tlxe highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNES 1 J ^ Cotton (average) 8 3-4c Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 55c Corm 75c Egz* 12 l-2c Butter (oooking) 5 to7c Batter ftnble) 10tol5c Chicken* (...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 May 1902

; HI A sim, Builders' Hardware, Paints, Oils, Brushes, \ Cement, Lime and Brick, a call before Southern Pacific Rates. COUNTY COURT. You can say? money by giving me buying elsewhere.. S. T. SCHAEFER. ~E3I©aa?s© ±32l Con -n..eoti±ojQ— 50 YEARS* EXPERIENCE .THE Something New By The Sunset Central Commencing March 9th out of Dallas, and March 10th out, of New Orleans, the Sunset Central Lines will institute LOUISIANA AND TEXAS LIMITED carrying through Pullman Buffet Sleepers set ween Denison, Dallas and New Orleans touching all intermediate points, leaving Denison 8:00 a. m., Dallas 11:00 a. mM Houston 7:50 m., arriving New Orleans 8:35 a. m. This new through Pullman service has been established owing to the demands of travel to and from North Texas and will be kept up to the high standard already established by the Sunset Central Lines. Reduced Rates From Southern Pacific Points To Prescriptions Carefully Filled. F. M JEWELER -and- Artistic Workman. Successor to Geo. Mueller. 13 prepa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 May 1902

VniV« ltf V {Plain Words J*tre Suer the S3est. One ^Dollar a 2/ea? W. S7? JCing, ^Publisher. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1902. NUMBER 40. VOLUME VIII. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. O.B. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS Owner and Breeder of standard and Tliorougtibred HORSES Aid of Ragisttred Red Foiled and Registered Hoistein CATTLE. The fanions standard bred Stallion J B, and fche celebrated thoroughbred stallion Panmur# arc now permanently located at my Farm. Service of either $25.00 cash with return privilege next season, in case of failure to foal. Corres- with prospective purchasers of Fine attle is respect-folly solicited. PANMURE- t * OX HIS WAY TO II. OHAF'S We've Something To Tell Him, You Also You'll find us good friends in adversity and prosperity, for we otffer you substantial goods at low prices, or show you the finest and most elegant stock and give you an op- portunity of spending as much as you please in the pleasures of possessio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 May 1902

#3RfeaSS<awgg ^ '2&.~ -v'--« faipl - \ ' r t ''MSB to ™«g*mi ixxixxnnx M- r:Wm" Ki-, ~ iiife JaH«i f^v i&v :. ; - -r\ 3gi| r-r - • ♦ ■.?j -_ Stlfw If! i--;? : - H BROS. CO. CLOTHIHG! CLOTH®!! We have it to 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 MKHnwuisi piece Sviits Cheviots.Serges,Unfinished Worst- ' eds, wide-e.-w8.ke Worsted, Flannels, Etc. MRS HOPKINS 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 prettiest line, but all we ask is for you to call and see the difference. La T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 May 1902

gipg Ml H. HORNER. HORNER Offers an Exceptionally Good Line of SPRING PRESS GOODS. In White and Figured Silks, Lawns, Dimity, Organdies, Pic- qiies and Other Sheer Goods. Applique, Laces, Allovers and other Trimmings. GOODS BRIGHT a.r\d PRICES RIGHT Call and Examine or send for Samples. At HORNER'S. im'Y ' I- >- r m ♦ *v?.' JHrtlteiETT REPORT. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton (average) 8 7-Sc Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 85c Corn - - ,75c Egsfs - 12 l-2c Batter (cooking) o to7c Butter stable) " —10 to 16c Chickens (as to size) 20 to 25c Roosters - - 10 to 17 Turkeys (per pair)— - nominal Bacon 11 Lard 12 l-2c Potatoes, - ... 40 to 60 Irish Potatoes per bu 90c Cotton: Primary market lower. Poultry In heavy demand at fair prices :J Chas. Margolius pays highest prices for hides cash. Mr. Fred W. Smith of Waelder visited our city this week. Fine Millinery at Miss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 May 1902

gSiilE m cv n ; BBS \ in • |#;t-:p-^. bSBP^:^ mmW--'^' i ■ i m s - ^siSSs fr THE NEW THINGS! yOU are interested probably in the new things quite as much as we are, and we have no hesitation in saying that this is our enthusiastic season. We have handsome goods and we are anxious to please, so if we don't meet you half way, it's your fault, . A. WOLTERS. f M. SCHWARTZ. J.J.SCHWARTZ Schwartz Bros Proprietors of I. X. Livery and .Feed Stables, Meets All Trans' OP „ 18 I H p P *.< •- p h * Tlx t£ - ATTENTION! L IFE INSURANCE, both as a business invest- ? ment^and necessary pro- ~ tection is now universally recognized, and your attention is directed to the FACT that the II S3 1 I i! 1 si-i -ftf a n #5 I! MUTUAL LIFE •^9 If I« £.-* (' M 8 5 1- "s S a* '4% fcs «8 3"' f r-ij £«i h 3 y « v si |1 311 js* ** S3 S3 INSURANCE CO. 1 — — = la Writes a policy at a lower rate of premium, GUARANTEEING a higher cash value and paying larger dividends than is issued by any other large company. iF IN ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 May 1902

T«"l Vnl YfThtf By-- -4 —:— ~— *ubhsfier. SP/a/n Words Jire Sver the £3est. One *Doilar a 2/tat VOLUME VIO, SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1902. NUMBER 41. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, J.<B. Own«r and Breeder of DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS Standard and Thoroughbred HORSES And of Registered Red Polled and Registered Holstein CATTLE. The famous standard bred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred stallion Pannvure are now permanently located at my Farm. Service of either 925.00 cash with return privilege next season, in case of failure to foal. Corres- pondence with prospective purchasers of Fine Stock or Cattle is respect-fnilv solicited. PANMURE- OX HIS WAI TO II-. G-RAF'S We've Something To Tell Him, You Also. You'll find us good friends in adversity and prosperity, for we offer you substantial goods at low prices, or show you the finest and most elegant stock and give you an op- portunity of spending as much as you please in the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 May 1902

CO. CLOTHING! CLOTHING!! have it to suit 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 Sviits Cheviots,Serges,Unfinished Worst- eds, wide-a.-wa.ke Worsted, Flannels, Etc. the MRS. HOPKINS MAKE ] ] 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 That i$ why the Sack Suits made by Crouse & Br&ndegee, Manufacturing Tailors, Utica, New York, are the choice of men who y have "looked aroun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 May 1902

. I i H-f RFfFR-§FFI-3" H. HORNER. O. RCOS • > I i HORNER Offers an Exceptionally Good Line of SPRING DRESS GOODS. :i- = ———— In White and Figured Silks, Lawns, Dimity, Organdies, Pic- gaes and Other Sheer Goods. Applique, Laces, Allovers and other Trimmings. GOODS BRIGHT and PRICES RIGHT Call and Examine orsend for Samples. At HORNER'S. JV^«K£T REPORT. Tfee 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 Cotton (average) : 8 5-8c Cotton Seed per 100 lbs nominal Corn .. _ 76c Egjts 12 Butter (cooking) , , 5 to7c Gutter (table) " I«toi5o Chickens (as to size) . 20 to 25c Roosters - 10 to 17 Turkeys (per pair). nominal Ba<xm...... 9 to 11 Laid., 12 l-2c Potatoes, Irish Potatoes per bkt. r 25c Cotton: Steadily declining. NiK sales ex- cept oo conoessons. A Chas. Margolioa pays highest prices for hides cash. Mr. Geo. Hoeffert has returned from Dallas. For a good choice of fine cig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 May 1902

' ^4 •• \ - -! m m.. \ ■ m- V m ispis" m* m?. -*t 4j&>C V THE NEW THINGS! Sunset Oamp, No. 120. | Roosevelt's attacks on the south w. o. w. f T JOU are interested probably in the new \J things quite as much as we are, and (§/ we have no hesitation in saying that this is our enthusiastic season. We have handsome goods and we are anxious to please, so if we don't meet you half way, it's your fault, R. A. WOLTERS ^5? IN NEED OF Builders' Hardware, Paints, Oils, Brushes, Cement, Lime and Brick, You can save money by giving me a call before buying elsewhere.^^ S. T. SCHAEFER. "ftparse in. Con n ection- Meets every ist and 3rd Friday in the month. Visiting brethren are cor- dially invited to meet with us. Chr. Baumgarten, Jr., c. c. G. M.Johnson, Clerk. J. F. Woltors, Tom Lane, Geo. E. Lenert WOLTERS, LANE & LENERT, Lawyers. TO practice In State and Federal Courts. Office oyer First National Bank. LAGRANGE, TEXAS. Southern Pacific Rates. real estate transfers- F. C. WOLTERS, Q....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 May 1902

Zhc Scbulenburcj Sticker. VOL, 8. NO 41' SUPPLEMENT. MAY 15,1902. fayetteville. Mr. P. J. Shafer of Glidden visit- ed his old home here a few days last week and returned Fri- day accompanied by his sister-in- law, Mrs. E. Hansen, who will spend a week there. The singing club had a picnic vesteaday. C. Marburger of Warrenton and Miss Lily Drame of Ledbetter were visiting here yesterday. Messrs. Chas. Vetter and Gus Gloeckner have i eturned from their fishing trip to a place about eigh- teen miles from Bay City, and re- port a good time with plenty of fish to eat. Mrs. Gloeckner,' Sr., spent a week with relatives in Bastrop re- cently. Mr. Chas. T. Zapp and daughter, Miss Ot'ilie, of Zapp's P. O., came over one day last week, the latter remaining here with relatives. Mrs. Benno Eranke visited at Zapp's P. O. recently. Paul Gresak, who lives on Clear Creek about six miles from here, was accidentally shot by his work- hand Saturday night. The ball entered to the right of the lower pirt ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 May 1902

' #■ • tv-.--:' ' fV * ' ► p ~?,l''*v'; - ^sbSS ?§§. ^r5;;^;-', r : p ?' iSjppg tg^ tw*i" vifii^ •*■ V.:- i •*■' -- .• *•" ■-.- * ■ lit, S?. JTtng, {Publisher. {Plain Words Jtre €ver the iSest. One {Dollar a 2/eat VOLUME V!!!. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1902. NUMBER 42. ;$0K: iS^ - tSEmm J. B. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS ■Era '-V ownerand Breeder of standard and Thoroughbred y7Fs~ HORSES Art 6f Registered Bed Polled and Registered Ifolsteln CATTLE. *Ths famous standard bred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred stallion Panmure are now permanently located at my Farm. Service of either 325.00 cash with return privilege next season, in case of failure to foal. Correa- Sondence with prospective purchasers of Fine took or Cattle is respect-fully solicited. PANMURE- •43— 0—Q—0—Q-*^ lis OK ms WAY TO n, GRAJF'S fggse&s ■i I- - .■;* Wk n 1 ■ ' i - We've Something To Tell Him, You Also. You'll find us good ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 May 1902

I V'v ££4$ :f|S§ f. Vv'v. •-' pi llpK ,>: • tf5§Sr SBs<teis?5 !S|y IS* !$£f# V" . ^ ; wb>y '' ': W$ *0m. IS^lllil!' i'*-rr- CLOTDIHG! CLOTHING!! We have it to suit all. A>. 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 jimrsHOPiuNsi piece Sviits Cheviots,Serges,Unfinished Worst- «AKt / eds, wide-a.-wa.ke Worsted, Flannels, Etc. THE the |MR& HOPKINS j make We have the line, every piece we have in Swiss, Silk Tis= sues, Batiste, Organdies, Swiss Plumetis, Lawns, Figured and White, are pretty. ~ —— -A' •;"* $ . • 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 differe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 May 1902

lllliyjl; > m wm - -x mm ri W *': SgiS ipSs PM H. HORNER. \ O. ROOS HORNER Offers an Exceptionally Good Line of SPRING DRESS GOODS, In White and Figured Silks, Lawns, Dimity, Organdies, Pic- qnes and Other Sheer Goods. ^ Vf - i -: ^ Applique, Laces, Allovers and other Trimmings. GOODS BRIGHT a^nd PRICES RIGHT Call and Examine or send for Samples. At HORNER'S. .V^BK«T REPORT. The following is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chanared weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED eyery wednesday Cotton (average) . i Seed per 100 lbs nominal 81-8 Cotton Corn 7oc Eggs - 10-11 Batter (cooking) 5 to7c Batter (table) 10 to 16c Chickens (as to size) 20 to 26c Roosters 10 to 17 Tnrkeys (per pair)— nominal Raoon ...... 9 to 11 Lard L 12 l-2c Potatoes, .... .i Irish Potatoes per bu 60c Cotton: Sales can only be made at way be- low quotations of the big market. # mgk U: Chas. Margolius pays highest prices for hides cash. Miss Carrie Turner is visiting in Wei...

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