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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 August 1902

i®' • 1W§I " jr-i Igmmm WMm ?^KY- s i I' ■: ■; -•.'\ ->■';>'wfe ? • &?£1£ SsvSgiS! Hkv - v ^felS - S§g !!^^KC^Mt^7rB-r fir|r - ,,-yja—y ..2— yi;'*V"-- r ! ,:?sm W % Bre r :~~ — nr,.„ imp ■■ s# lilii! ■*r ■^r I' THE NEW THINGS! sissSe gss*2$v ■' ' SKS''"'^" ?$£§. $• Sunset Camp, No. 120. w. o. w. 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. T TOU are interested probably in the new \J things quite as much as we are, and (3/ 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, iKis ' *-• lifcliSS R. A. WOLTERS ^g- J. P. Wolters, Tom Lane, Geo. E. Lenert WOLTERS, LANE & LENERT, Lawyers. 5* • r'~*. ■ iJraSs* ■'■it'-"1-.' k'*~" ; r-- -t ; -v "V i Cotton Is Not King Unless it is ginned in a first-class manner, by first-class methods. My plant is equi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 August 1902

J§<* t**1 \3t\W t,il* t- Mi ' % : '^s%' jSagpli ■" •-"- sSSgpjS|a& J_ "3MWrt i: - ■ISstS tfSsra SSL B®3l -'- "* ,: fM r.MWm^ SW J?, JCtng, {Publisher. {Plain Words jtre Sver the 5ftest. One ^Dollar a 2/eat VOLUME IX. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1902 NUMBER 4 BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS Mf Bs ISfe % ■ o*ner and Breeder of standard and Thoroughbred >7^w -/Wv HORSES Aid of Registered Red Polled and Registered Holstein CATTLE. The ramous standard bred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred stallion Pan mure are now permanently located at my Farm. Service of either $25.00 cash with return privilege next season, in case of failure to foal. Corres- pondence with prospective purchasers of Fine Stock or Cattle is respect-fullv solicited. PANMURE" —— b | * f *vr Hr - ii it ON HIS WAY TO H. GKAr'S We've Something to Tell Him, You Also. "£qu'11 §nd us good friends in adversity &n4 prosperity, for we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 August 1902

i5##- ill v r MitSISKRE • nHasSi^ ife". s3£w&v>.': fe£,' > v aPEM lUr HK^El ^K^-. t « .>.£ t- • 3 JKIJ&%v v"- v- l||jg| ill ££$ §s z&m Mm •v.t,".; •:;••] l:'-4.-." • 9M ^ii's-vv *,y tii 'j H -v • I * ■£ WiSssSS HPIs * * * * Schulenburg', Texas. SEEWSB wFwm : \ ;%efi3 "( . ■■ <■ %0 ~*-. ..\ ? •• :• * * * -K Schulenburg, T exas. a—Bman^— Toy Depicted On Every Countenance And the Cause of Such Jubilation. « "Every man looked as If a great estate had Just been left him," wrote Macau lay, referring to the successful issue of a British war which the populace of London had been celebrating. Just such contentment was depicted on the countenances of the shrewd shoppers who for the past few weeks availed them- selves of the unwonted opportunities presented by our All-Over-the Store-CIear- ing Sale. And in view of the values, would it not be wonderful were it otherwise? It's one thing to offer attractions that SEEM alluring; quite another, at times, those that Prove so....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 August 1902

wtm ■v ' mm: ®|lplpSf^ "? A MP 3fiSE s§g&a ^P%7"KVV-V ips: O. ROOS ■ - iRNER. HORNER Offers an Exceptionally Good Line of DRESS GOODS. £@c£M In White and Figured Silks, Lawns, Dimity, Organdies, Pic- ques and Other Sheer Goods. -2 . w ^ ^ y r-; I Applique, Laces, Allovers and other Trimmings. GQ( BRIGHT a.i\d PRICES RIGHT Call and Examine or send for Samples. At HORNER'S. 1 *1 'S!5'KB WIBS«i[ l§Kjl P' .W-iKKKS" REPORT. is the market report as compil- aud ehaneed weekly", accord- market prices paid. ■ CHANGED EVERY wednesday Cotton (ayerajre)Jnew ... - - • 100lbs 8 1-4 70c : AfcfiOc 10 5 to7c : 15c 15 to 20c 10 to 17 ..._ nominal 13 12 l-2c 1 nominal I>er bk ^ 25c > (per 100 lbs) 1.00 Cotton: Steady. Eggs, poultry, butter in [ demand at full prices. (cooking) (per pair) at Ltvey's. GU8. Ulrieh visited av last. La ing strictly at cost at e Wolters. Mrs. A. Scnwartz has returned from a short visit to Marlin, Fine line of 0ic calico at W. D. Mr. Eugene White of Flatonia i in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 August 1902

'• * 3$ ^'- '-§^c5 - >-' i,. ;- ipiisit r«.-f¥cl jts ■ x tr*-' - ': v-^^3 ■ -^C NEW THINGS! yOU are interested probably in the new things quite as much as we are, and we havQ 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, If Sunset Gamp, No. 120. w. o. w. 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. Treasurer's Report. R. A. W0LTERS. J. P. Wolters, Tom Lane, Geo. e. Lenert WOLTERS, LANE & LENERT, Lawyers. mm. K m Cotton Is Not King > Unless it is ginned in a first-class manner, by first-class methods. My plant is equipped with excellent machinery and your staple, when ginned by me, will demand the highest market value. .■ Also Have a Fine Line of Lumber, Hardware, Building Material, Brick, Lime, Cement etc. at a fraction above costf/>«5s^> S. ...

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

-<. qfeg EElPsi SB -. . ftbe Scbulenbutg Stichec. 7l/. {ft, Jfing, {Publisher. !Plcn'n Words Jtre Sver the S&est. One ^Dollar far 2/ea VOLUME IX. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1902 NUMBER 5 ■ BERMUDA VALLEY - Stock Farm, S' %-*■ '■ ■ $HE DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBURG, TEXAS owner and Breeder of standard and Tborooghbred ./Tiv stt^ HORSES Aad of Register^ Red Polled aad Registered Helstein CATTLE. The ramous standard bred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred, stallion Panmure are now permanently located at my Farm. Service of either $2-5.00 cash with return privilege next season, in case of failure to foal. Corres- pondence with prospective purchasers of Fine % Stock or Cattle is respect-fullv solicited. PANMURE' & ON HIS WAY TO H. GRAF'S We've Something ft to Tell Him, You Also. ^f|g • • 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...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 September 1902

lailSst' J|||p % "■>K *nr> >' * * -fc * * —fc'-K * * -K -K -K * * _*r * Hife §!£• w& IfA.- «/ I 1 Bs ' jwfe? 5 • .^~- ^#V|p§§ \'t~ I & - :J Mjmfm fife \ fv I so*-. p" ' Schulenburg, Texas. Schulenburg, T exas. Joy Depicted On Every Countenance And the Cause of Such Jubilation {■' - 64 Every man looked as if a great estate had just been left him," wrote Macaulay, referring to the successful issue of a British war which the-populace of London had been celebrating. Just such contentment was depicted on the countenances of the shrewd shoppers who for the past few weeks availed them* selves of the unwonted opportunities presented by our All=Over=the Store=Clear= ing Sale. And in view of the values, would it not be wonderful were it otherwise? It's one thing to offer attractions that SEEM alluring; quite another, at times, those that Prove so. lobs1 As we need the Room for NEW GOODS, Don't miss the Chance to get a bargain to be had at OUR STORE. L J SMS flg M is ITbe ©tic...

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

1 ' -f-C I ;v\-" - Wk. . iMi§ / 'W **v r '■■ tt.iT? t: m ©•SSIf'ja HORNER'S received, a straight car load of Tidal Wave Flour **:•> • * • In Barrels and 48 lbs. Sacks •' : w To those that have used it there is no necessity for further talk. To others, TRY IT. It is THE FLOUR.i Prices as low is any offarad in SriiuMurg At HORNER'S. IK w - Si*- ----- ■ . I 1 ■ - JMBKffl1 REPORT. The following is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices Raid. OHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY V- '-- * . - • Cotton (average)l new 8 a-tt Cotton Seed per 100 lbs .. - Corn B0- c Butter (cooking) - 6 to7n Batter (table)....-. '' 1M Chickens (as to size) : 15 to 20c Roosters 10 to 17 Turkeys (per pair) - nominal Baoon w Lard - 12 }-2c Potatoes, -• nominal Irish Potatoes per bk : 25c Cabbage (per 100 lbs) — , 1.00 ifg New Corsets at Boettcher Bros, Mr. Gas Russek has returned from a trip to North Texas. Levey sells the Kabbit Foot mo- Mrs. S. T. Schae...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 September 1902

' THE NEW THINGS! y( r0U 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, f \ R. A. WOLTERS Sunset Camp, No. 120. w. o. w. Meets every 1st 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. Wolters, Tom Lane, Geo. E. Lenert WOLTERS, LANE & LENERT, Lawyers. Cotton Is Not Unless it is ginned in a first-class manner, by first-class methods. My plant is equipped with excellent machinery and your staple, when ginned by me, will demand the highest market value. Also Have a. Fine Line of Lumber, Hardware, Building Material, Brick, Lime, Cement etc. at a fraction t. above cost^^ss^^ • S. T- Schaefer. Hearse i-n, Con -n eotion. i0m ; M? iSll ; - ' "A1 Ssf: . M. SCHWARTZ. j.j.schwartz Schwartz Eros Prop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 September 1902

... ; . " / . * - -; -- io *mr •tSG " Hr W. Si, Jfing, {Publisher. iP/ain Words jiro fiver the Si est. One 'Dollar a 2/ea VOLUME IX. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 1S02 NUMBER 8 BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm % DR. I. E. pLARK, Proprietor O.m. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS n> wr and Breeder of stmdard and Thoroughbred HORSES Ail if Rigistirid Red Poltid aid Registered Hoisteiu CATTLE. Tas tamo us standard bred Staltfon J B, and the celebrated stallion Pan mure brated thoroughbred stallioi permanently located at my Farm, of either #26.00 cash with return privilege kson, in case of failure to foal. Corres- pondence with prospective purchasers of Fine Stock or Cattle is respect-fullv solicited. PANMURE 5= way to h We've Something +& c-c >♦<>-© 4 on his wax to h. graf's . to Tell Him, You Also. = 1 III You'll find us good friends in adversity * , for we offer you substantial or show you the finest elegant stock-and give you an op- portunity of spending as muc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 September 1902

llp^v- Si- i§§b-v ■M'- if )f *• jf if if if if f if if if if if if if " if Schulenburg, Texas. * ¥ \ ¥ Schulenburg, Texas. sx BREWS We will 66 Our Wagons at Prices Given Bleow CASH ONLY." $58.00 $57.00 $56.00 $56.00 $55.00 $40.00 John Deere all Iron Patent Bettendorf Axle complete j" Old Hickory 2 3-8 inch hollow axle complete Old Hickory 2 3=4 inch Thimble Skein complete Tennessee 2 1=8 inch hollow axle complete - Young Hickory 2 3-4 inch Thimble Skein complete Tennessee 1 1-4 inch Steel axle Spring Wagon with pole or shaft (hhh>.<HHH;-: *-&*0-0-+Q"0*0+0-0*0*0"0*0*-Q J BBS C u J 1! if if" ify. jf 'if if if - if-1 * -K ftbe Sttcker. M. R. KING, Editor- SUBSCRIPTION, 5i.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Soholenbarg poctoffice u •econd-clau matter. Official Organ of Fayette County. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1902. The Sticker is authorized to an- nounce the name of AUGUST LOESSIN as a candidate for re-election to. the office of sheriff at the ensuing elec- tion. peruse Mr Allen's exp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 September 1902

HORNER'S fHE most up-to-date line of new fall dress groods in Scbulenburg, Venetinan, Velutina's, Mohair's, etc. Trimming to match Spec- ialties. The celebrated SOROSIS Skirts, Rugs, Blankets and knit goods. All staples and a full line of grooeries. At HORNER'S. MtJBFOBT. The following is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing t* the highest market prices paid. OHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY BH n OJ FERS. ■ HPi , - . vt:"-- mm & ■MMI Cotton (average) Cotton Seed per 100 lbs ... .. Cora— - — Bitter (cooking) Batter (table) —. Chickeas (as to size) Roosters Turkeys (per pair) Bacon Lard. _ Potatoes, bus Irish Potatoes per bk....... Cabbage (per 100 lbs) 821-2C •. 50-55c 15c S to7c 16c 15 to 20c 10 to 17 nominal 13 12 l-2c 25c to 75c 28c 1.00 The Mission grapes at Levey's only. Mr. Rudolph Spacek of Hack- berry was in the city Sunday. Remember the Fruit Palace al- ways carries a fresh line of candy and fruit. Miss Annie Schwartz visited Marlin and Ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 September 1902

/ ■■ mm ■y—it!11 ' K££l&35£ -;:.-r I- THE NEW THINGS! j* • ■-,, ' &!§ 1 vou j®7 t this is r0U are interested probably in the new things quite as much as we are, and we nave, no hesitation in saying that this is our enthusiastic season. We nave handsome goods and wfe are anxious to please, so if we don't meet yon halt way, it's your fault, IF R. A. WOLTERS f Sunset Camp, No. 120. w. o. w. Meets every 1st 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. Woltera, Tom Lane, Geo. E. Lenert WOLTERS, LANE & LENERT, Lawyers. -«ST Cotton Is Not King Unless it is ginned in a first-class manner, by first-class methods. My plant is equipped with excellent machinery and your staple, when ginned by me, will demand the highest market* value.. Wfk ppfe ; ' mm. Also Ks^ve a Fine Line of Lumber, Hardware/ Building: Materiil^Jl Brick, Lime, Cement etc. at a fraction above costv^oatifc* S. T. Scha...

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

- r gpgs gaR y-:(--^:;" - ?§* g&t?;:,/ -fe-'' " ' ^'-*:^ ~ t 'v^r-£ • f.iV"-^ "-A Sg|«i^|p|-:; p3 ■'- ^ -;;• '.■/':ryf/i- ***>"-:. - - '"' : V" ""<:£*%Sit ■ - ' ':£*r\j - ■ &rHr v:a*3«8S«-,; '-t'' , /••"••.,•:< "ST " | Tj ftbe Scbulenbura Sttckec. T^l Volnnlty : gig | -• W. & Jfing, Publisher. {Plain Words Jire Suer the SBest. One ^Dollar a 2/ear VOLUME IX. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2 1902 NUMBER 9 BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Fa i i, DR. I. E. CLARK, Propn. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS Owner >od Breeder of Stlriltf aitl' s/R\, >W\, sffa. HORSES J JM if Xtfistirri M f%M itf Bis&tffd Mitel* CATTLE. Tbe famous standard bry<i Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred etailion Pan mure are now permanently located at my Farm. Service of either 926.00 c**b with return privilege next seaion, in cace of failure to foal, t orree- pocdence with proapectir^ purchasert of Fine Stock or Cattle is respect-fully solicited. T I PANMURE An "I 0 U" in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 October 1902

'MM msm iv'' Ifei ^ isi §?"4" -I' 185® ®f •' MS' v"/,iv;,*\; i?5? ;?■:- lit- Mffip l®1 Bey-: gpl 5 ||| *7* -K *r * * -K *J * * * /> > -* * Our Fall ani Winter Styles Will Surprise Even the Most Critical Customers! Yourvg N&n! The Unmatchable Elegance ApieaSure This is the ideal suit for you. Fashion's ultra dic- tates are fully met and the result is the ca^V 44 99 O iW ARVfi Arvorv Four-Button S&ck Well-p o i s e d shoulders; shapely incurve at the waist; 1 slight fullness at the hips. Just the right length and perfect tailoring makes this * a swagger garment for the young man. FaJse Economy in purchasing clothing is to buy the cheapest. These garments are made by the world-famous ("C. & B.") Manufacturing Tailors, Utica, New York, and are true to their well-known standard of nothing short of the best at a fair price— flmmrmz casus? a- bxfindcgcc. utica NEwmtPj , Tro« Economy Of our Clothes has created for them an enviable reputation among gentlemen who desire to *...

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

IP ■ iV? 5 HORNER'S OrPERS.. CT7HE most up-to-date ®|® line of new fall 1 dress goods in Sehulenburg, Venetinas, Velutina's, Mohair's, etc. Trimming to match Spec- ialties. The celebrated SOROSIS Skirts, Ruga, Blankets and knit goods. All staples and a full line of groceries. At HORNER'S. JV4MBLBT REPORT. Tli* following U the market report aa compil- ed by H. Horner, and cbaneed weekly, accord- 1 on to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton (average) new ... Cotton 8eed per 100 lbs Cora Bgfgs Batter (cooking) Butter (table) "... Chiokeas (as to size) Roosters Turkeys (per pair) Potatoes, bus Irish Potatoes per bk.. Cabbage (per 100 lbs) 8 821-2c 60-55c 15c .....* to7o 16c ... 15 to lOo .... 10 to 17 .. nominal 18 12 l-2c 25c to 75c 25c ....: 1.00 Dr. DeJong has returned from a visit to page. Wilks is headquarters for all kinds of itwelry and silverware. Miss Florence Schwartz is visit- ing relatives in Halletsville. Mr. Frank Johnson visited Engle Tuesday las...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 October 1902

■*=r THE NEW THINGS! T 70U are interested probably in the new \J things quite as much as we are, and (3/ 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, •X-r'- R. A. WOLTERS f Kglg Cotton Is Not King Unless it is ginned in a first-class manner, by first-class methods. My plant is equipped with' excellent machinery and your staple, when ginned by me, will demand the highest market vaiue.fr fK —- Sunset Camp, No. 120. j w. o. w. Meets every ist and 3rd Friday in j the month. Visiting brethren are cor- dially invited to meet with us. Chr. Baumgarten, Jr., C. C. G. M. Johnson, Clerk. w'. Also have a Fine Line of Lumber/Hardware, Building Material, Brick, Lime, Cement etc. at a fraction above costv^s^*> S. T. Schaefer. Searse ±xl Oonneotioii^ M. SCHWARTZ. J. J.SCHWARTZ Schwartz Bros Proprietor* of I. X. Livery and Feed Stables, All Trim* Bay, Sell and Exchange ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 9 October 1902

SBsBfaSI , EP: VOLUME Zhc Scbulenbutg Thm Vnlwiity {Publisher. {Plain Words fire Sver the {Pest, One 'Dollar a 2/ear m SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9 1902 NUMBER 10 '\ BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, DR. I. E< CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS Standard and Thoroughbred HORSES Palled and Registered Holsteia CATTLE. B. standard bred Stallion J B, and thoroughbred stallion Panmure x mently located at my Farm. ah with return privilege ailure to foal. Corres- i prospective purchasers of Fine is respect-fully solicited. FROM ST JOHN. C Panmure ON HIS WAY TO H. GRAF'S IS WAY TO Hi 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 pleasures of possession. Just re- member us all the time. 'im Just Received a Large Assortment of I r" J&ooDs And a Fresh ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 9 October 1902

s§si tpfe- m HH m ■ .2. |||§| **, - Si Sit JMMa- :>'• 1 Ifel if^i rate pi Si ■'« /,•'->* h-%- * if * * * * ^ Our Fall and Winter Styles Will Surprise Even the Most Critical Customers! Yourvg Man! fctMKnr.\m ami/se&bmndeotti.unca. newymki i C.*f n« m«r t;if The Unmatchable Elegance Of our Clothes has created This is the ideal suit for |ji| you. Fashion's ultra die- |M tates are fully met and the j;*j result is the for them an enviable reputation A # # w* •* Arvon. i . Four.Button | among gentlemen who desire to Sa.ck & be well dressed and pay moder= ^ v ^ ate prices for their Suits, Trous= ers and Overcoats. Well-p o i s e d shoulders ; shapely incurve atthe waist; I slight fullness at the hips, just the right length and . perfect tailoring makes this jj a swagger garment for the jj young man. j| False I Economy in purchasing clothing is to buy the cheapest. These p|j garments are made by the 'fj|j world-famous ("C. & B.") I|:! ManufacturingTailors, Utica, j. /, New...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 9 October 1902

mm mm gu- ". : BpESB ^||1P 3 HORNER'S OJTERS. mHE most up-to-date ^1® line of new fall 1 dress goods in Schnlenbnrg, Yenetinas, Velutina's, Mohair's, etc. Trimming to match Spec- ialties. The celebrated SOROSIS Skirts, Hags, Blankets and knit goods. All staples and a fall line of groceries. : rWi'U At HORNER'S ^MBILKT REPORT. r ,lriri. gim the market report as compll- H. Horner, and chanced weekly, aooord- * highest market prices paid. OHAI HY WEDNESDAY Cotton (arerage) Cotton Seed per Wm new per 100 lbs y (cooking) •s (per pair) bus —toes per bk (per 100 lbs) 7 7-8 ... 821-20 60-550 160 5 t07c 150 . 15 to 20o . 10 to 17 nominal 11 ... 12 l-2c 25o 36c 75 - «$g WM I ligK m A-: N Chilimac at Levey's.-" Mr. —. Slama of this city is in Beeville this week on business. Mission grapes at Levey's. Mr. Henry Eilers visited Cuero last week, Wilks is headquarters for all kinds of jewelry and silverware. Dr. H. S. Clark of Kinkier was in Schulenburg Monday. Rabbit Foot Molasses at Levey's Mrs. ...

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