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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 9 October 1902

Ss&iS® Salfe:A--'' y\ i:£gg& liKiSI : :' ■.; * . ,J Mp® & p mm S|g|M$ w 4 Ni fl' 7 THE NEW THINGS! wm f;#- v ©7 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 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. tory of its early developments, the J Tuesday for LaGrange, where he struggles of its pioneers with In-) expects to dispose of a great nUm- J. F. Wolters, Tom Lane, Geo. E. Lenert WOLTERS, LANE & LENERT, Lawyers. R. A. WOLTERS Will practice in State and Federal Courts. Main Office over First National Bank LAGRANGE, TEXAS. Branch office under the supervision of Mr. C. A. Waranken, Schulenburg, Texas, over Russek's Bank. Cotton I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 October 1902

®be Scbulertbutg Sticker. £9£|W SKi ge?§ Sk iff .i / , ' - SW JT/ny, {Publisher. VOLUME IX. $*lain Words jire Gver the S&est. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16 1902 fgSgg J§§: &Fm I • • £fl GRAND RALLY One 0 - At SciiuLENBuiiG, October 25, ,1902. F". Burgess Will make an address in English, Congressman Rudolph Kleberg in German and Judge A. Haidusek in Bohemian, are cordially invited to attend and enjoy the many pleasures which N1 will be afforded by the citizens of jF Schulenburg, who will spare no pains to entertain you royally. AND BE WITH US. DO NOT ""** pt m m 11^1 Zy -i - 4 '5?- V . ' r* -K •' .? • -v., •# .^r y ilc will be Provided. r&« ■ .vifS ■■■■'-•'■V \W- "J V&; -1 == U § v' BERMUDA VALLEY . Stock Farm, DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHVLENBVRG. TEXAS Internally Fired Boilers For Oil Mills, | rfrrrrrrJrrrTiTrrfTrrrr^ YTrTVYVN "rm/YVtTrJTrVYYTYYYTO imYrnVr^ &3 Owner and Breeder of Standard and Tboroughbred HORSES j ! 1SM£ ill fllgi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 October 1902

Our Fall and Winter oung Man! E632 • . "M>MS • - i CGMVCHr.M2 CRDUSP&■ BttfiNDEGEE.UJ1CA NtWiOtHh *—' U Jl Mfe4- ¥p£j£. & fc Jgg : SsaJli §23:- > , ^■PSs#' the Most Critical Customers! This is the ideal suit for you. Fashion's ultra dic- tates are fully met and the result is the ft Arvorv Four-Button Sa.ck Well-p o i s e d shoulders; shapely incurveatthe waist; I slight fullness at the hips, just the right length and perfect tailoring makes this a swagger garment for the young man. F*1M 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— True Economy The Unmatchable Elegance Of our Clothes has created for them an enviable reputation among gentlemen who desire to be well dressed and pay moder= ate prices for their Suits, Trous- ers and Overcoats. A Pleasure to Dress Well when clothes ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 October 1902

BUI "# HORNER'S rmost up-to-date line of new fall dress goods in Schulenbarg, Venetinas, 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 groceries. a?- At HORNER'S. lill Sill m [ m I .VrfHK£T REPORT1. The following Is the market report &s compU- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- In* to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton (average) new . — - 7 6-8 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 82-1-2c Corn ' W-6^ Butter (cooking) — 5 Butter (table) .** l®o Chickens (as to sl e), 15 to 20c Roosters 1° to Turkeys (per pair) nominal Bacon , .J3 Lard. 12 l-2c Potatoes, bus — 25c Irish Potatoes per bk 35c Cabbage (per 100 lbs) 76 Blue label catsup at Perlitz Bros. Mr. Jack Horner yisited Shiner Saturday. Just arrived a fine line of fresb candies at the Fruit Palace. Yam sweet potatoes at Perlitz Bros. Mr. Eric Boettcber of Hack ber- ry was in the burg Sunday. Wilks i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 October 1902

j THE NEll THINGS! 3 I T 70U are interested probably in the new \J things quite as much as we are, and (S/ 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 4 *■ R. A. WOLTERS. 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. KEEP THE FARM CLEAN. J. F. Wolters, Tom Lane, Geo. E. Lenert WOLTERS, LANE & LENERT, Lawyers. 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, wherw ginned by me, will demand the highest market valued Will practice in State and Federal Courts. Main Office over First National Bank LAGRANGE, TEXAS. Branch office under the supervision of Mr. C. A. Warnken, Schulenburg, Texas, over Russek's Bank. We prom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 October 1902

psait. ■ \ ■ // . H ■■ ■?sM ««&$ iffSll S Sil PS 1 'i •"IS-•." &' * "f. - • | 15 "r" 4H$M Ebe ticket. Ti«| Valrmitf Mi'jSS -W-%$ v.,-v- ♦J?. Jfing, Publisher, {Plain Words fire Cver the $}est. One ^Dollar a 2/ea* VOLUME IX. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1902 NUMBER 12 BERMUDA VALLEY Stcktk DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS Owner and Breeder of Standard and y^\ -HORSES Red Polled md Registered Halsteln CATTLE. Thfl iubous standard bred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred stallion Panmure permanently located at my Farm. 1 either $25.00 cash with return privilege n, in case of failure to foal. Corres- ,• *,,, with prospective purchasers of Fine or OatUe is respect-fullv solicited. PANMURE i*0 '& ON 1I1S WAI TO «• OBAF'S m iae..: IP WAI TO II We've Something to Tell Him, You Also. ■ — — ' * ~ZZZI M You'll find us good friends in adversity and prosperity, for we offer you substantial goods at low prices, or show you the fine...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 October 1902

sbs ir ~ 11 111 - ''mms$¥ , . *?#! /-V ;: I MESSV :.. ■p^ RmSa kSS Utes |p ->^ f- , &S ..-r "-" - i m^rs Our Fall and Tinier Styles Will Surprise Even the Host Critical Customers! Young Man! The Unmatchable Elegance This is the ideal suit for you. Fashion's ultra dic- tates are fully met and the result is the ft "Arvon. Four- Button Sack [ Well-p o i s e d shoulders ; shapely incurveatthe waist; I slight fullness at the hips, just the right length and perfect tailoring makes this a swagger garment for the young man. False 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— Of our Clothes has created for them an enviable reputation among gentlemen who desire to be well dressed and pay moder- ate prices .for their Suits, Trous- ers and Overcoats. A Pleasure to Dress Well when clothes of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 October 1902

s V.?- HORNER'S C^;''3 OFFERS. sn HE most up-to-date line of new fall _ dress goods in Schulenburg, venetinas, Velatina's, Mohair's, etc. Trimming to match Spec- ialties. The celebrated SOROSIS Skirts, Rngs, Blankets and knit goods. All staples and a fall line of groceries. At HORNER'S. = life ft AfJBKJET BBPOBT. The following la the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chanced weekly, aooord- tng to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton (average) Cotton Seed per Corn IISUo new..... per 100 lbs . giv?8' (as to size) Turkeys (perpalr)._ Bacon - Lard... - IriSfpotatoes per bk,... WM Cabbage (per 100 lbs) 75 7 #-16 75c .50-55c 17 l-2c S to7c 16c 15 to 20c 10 to 17 So lb 13 12 l-2c 25c 3oc & / = Blue label catsup at Periitz Bros. lifr.Rudolph Spacek ofHackber- ry was in the city Sunday. j Yam sweet potatoes at Periitz Bros. Mr. Henry Voelkel has been ill for several days but is again at his ace of business. Blanke's row ted coffee is liked by all co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 October 1902

■ , mm&M ■ - jjgfi THE NEW THINGS! J P3 ~0U 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, I 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. P. Wolters, Tom Lane, Geo. E. Lenert WOLTERS, LANE & LENERT, Lawyers. \ R. A. WOLTERS Will practice in State and Federal Courts. Main Office over First National Bank LAGRANGE, TEXAS. Branch office under the supervision of Mr. G. A. Warnken, Schulenburg, Texas, over Russek's Bank. m „W?:~ T"~ VV./ * 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.;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 30 October 1902

' t#«A t/slrsntly Sriain Words jfre £ver the Sliest, One ^Dollar a Wear Jftny, SPuStisAer. in. COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SCHULENBURG, psi HaM DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBVRG. TEXAS Breeder of $ttlfliri lid .TfetrUgMril HORSES italsterri RN MM vi kWntmm famous aUnd&rd Wed Stallion J B, and thoroughbred stallion Panmure ltly located at my Farm. i cash with return privilege i of filture to foal. Cerres- jutchasera of Fine solicited. '.y * * T ■■ t? ' i w II . * • and Enthusiasm. PANMURE * v e've Something ' r-. Ip * I V;. - . - mm 1rou n find us good frTenda in adversity >erity, for we offer you substantial ow prices, or show you the finest " gant stock and give you an op- spending as much as you please . j f the pleasures of possession. Just re* member us all the time. ** _ - >- st Received a Large Assortment of Wmpm; And a Fresh Supply of ■Ei Jake Wolters Accompanied Him Through the County - and flade Telling Speeches in His Behalf. LaGrange, Texas, Oct, 18.— Fayett...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 30 October 1902

m m '& ISP 10 Gallon Kegs White' Kraut ■ ' ■••f mr::-2 j0£~~.- ■*". * Sv~:- %v--' *■"' - ' - " >V-.- 239^ •v mmn i", . .j ia Stock Always On Hand. $3,50. suui Imported Russian Sardines - - 75c. i, 5 gallons - - $2.25. Arlkickles and Lion Coffees, Rice, Farina, Buck Wheat Groats, I Barley, Poppy Seed, Carroway Seed, Onions. Potatoes, etc. I Western No. 2 washing: machine $3.50 ... j $ ■ ' '•* i H ' '• ^ 1 ' P? t | I " 1'^ | V J f Bra miners rotary washer - ^JHjl Peoria Washer No. 5 Armstrong: post hole diggers Wire netting any kind you may want in *r'r.• ;v" 1 *' • r - • * ; . * .* height and thickness of wire. $6.5o $2.00 i. • i. I 4 V — . ,, . ,,—f Remeber what a fine crop you made of the seed oats you bought from us last year. We have the same kind this year. Texas Rust Proof Seed Oats at 65c. per Fine white feed oats at - 55c. per 2 m as M's ■< -• ■. ■' ■ ■■ 106 lb. sacks bran at Hay, best quality at ■ -at* .10 35*. per lb ■'4 i -po^Cash pnly^mm John Deere all-iron Patt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 30 October 1902

- iSm :*>• 8Sfe -'■ ^ / s liillii BPflsL '||j j I HORNER'S OFFERS,. rnHE most up-to-date *|& line of new fall 1 dress goods in Schulenburg, Yenetinas, Velutina's, Mohair's, etc. Trimming to matcfi Spec- ialties. The celebrated SOROSIS Skirts, Rugs, Blankets and knit goods. All staples and a fail line of groceries. mm, At HORNER'S. ■ ui ' ' . sr. to th« market report *• oompil- .. - - * wpefcly, accord- <• every wednesday . "'Vi*..* i.* 1; " v. .„ 7 S-S 76c .....JM>-«c .. 17 l-2c S to7c 100 .............. 15 to 20c >...; 10 tO 17 (perpitir)— v 6c to 6c lb bu« - per bk ~35o 100 lb ) - 75 (vntngt) mw... 9e«d per 100 lbs (ts toslse). Fla- re- of Swiss A! rg shopping Pop Corn, Cocoanuts, and Cakes of the choicest 8. Mr. Hugo Horner left Sunday last for Yoakum where has accept, ed a position with Roos Bros. i Helloh, Leyey! how about the chilimaC? * tbat 4b*H -right, good, nice, fresh. Rep^eeeptative Ujfly of the New Orleans Brewing Association^ was in" Schulenburg several...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 30 October 1902

*r*m mmasm *V ®3 f% >■• V 111 ll ... IP - «s i r^7 ^ v ^ -^C * A r~C ® THE NEW THINGS! |- 1' T TOU are interested probably in the new \l things quite as much as we are, and (5/ .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 h£flf way, it's your fault, t <=r R. A. WOLTERS. I®.'*4; 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.: < ■ Slslfl-' 1S& % Also Have a Fine Line of Lumber, Hardware, Building Material, Brick, Lime, Cement etc. at a fraction above co$tv>«ss^* S. T. Schaefer. fiZ©a.2?s© in Con -n eotion. F. M. WILKS, : : ; . ;■ ■ v '> Jeweler and Artistic Workman, Is prepared to supply you with Watches, Clocks, Rings and other trinkets of the latest design, and to repair your time piece, sewing ma- chine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 November 1902

W, &f. JfCing, {Publisher. DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHVLENBURG. TEXAS Ownir and Breeder of StlHdffli llld T&OrOUghbred vw*. HORSES Ui •( RifUtNrt M MM *>< MjWwl Holsteln CATTLE. imous itandard bred Stallion J B, and ting. BEST ^ Satisfac- tion Guaranteed. 3 9 V THE Done neatly. .VOLUME =- JmSL wmmm _ ... . WH-' Tfitni Unlv«r jfjr the ^ STICKER, Official Organ off fi"a.yette County, A Good Advertising Medium^ SPlain Words Jire fiver the S3 est. One ^Dollar a 2/ear SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE J -j - v , COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1902 NUMBER 14 BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, i celebrated thoroughbred stallion Panmuro permanently located at my Farm. «r of either #26.00 cash with return privilege season, in caie of failure to foal. Corres- e with prospective purchasers of Fine Cattle is respect-fully solicited. PANMURE _ & ■" ; ON H|B WAT Tfi H-QSW'a We've Something .■gpBSESSsSSSS . " to Tell Him, You Also. You'll find us good friends in adversity and prosperity, f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 November 1902

" ' *' pg : , . _ tsSKwE i-slit&i* 'M' •~r, ■■■ - '....- £5s HHi 't, •■ fe'*" _ , ail'v M M ^rtn Fresh Stock Always On Hand. 10 Gallon Kegs White Kraot Best Quality Herrings imported Russian Sardines Keg Pickles, 5 gallons r;*\" mm $3.00. $1.00. 75c. $2.25. Arbuckles and Lion Coffees, Bice, Farina, Buck Wheat Groats, Barley, Poppy Seed, Garroway Seed, Onions. Potatoes, etc. Western No. i washing machine $3.50 . . „ 'v. Bram^iers rotary washer - $6.50 The New Peoria Washer No. 5 $6.5o Armstrong post hole diggers - $2.00 Wire netting any kind you may want in height and thickness of wire. Remeber what a fine crop you made of the seed oats you bought from us last year. We have the same kind this year. Texas Rust Proof Seed Oats at 65c. per bu. F|ne white feed oats at Seed Rye at 100 lb. sacks bran at Hay, best quality at 55c. per bu. 3c. per lb. $1.10 per sack ' • ;V-.> X" 35- per bale For Cash Only. For Cash Only. John Deere all iron Pattendorf axle, complete - $58.00 Old Hickor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 November 1902

: ■ ■ HORNER'S THE moat up-to-date line of new fall dress goods in Schulenburg, Venetinaa, Velutina's; Mohair's, etc Trimming to match Spec- ialties. The celebrated SOJJOSIS Skirts,. Bom Blankets, and knit All staples and a full line of groceries. At HORNER'S. rrr. PRACTICALLY COMPLETE RETURNS INDICATE THAT DEMOCRATIC WARRIORS HAVE DONE MORE THAN THEIR DUTY. The following Is the market report as compil- ed br H- Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing tc the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY - C PSgB Cotton (trerage) new.... Cotton Seed per 100 lbs . Corn Batter Chickens (as tosiie)...... Roosters , Turkeys (per pair)... Bacon Lard Potatoes, bns Irish Potatoes i>er bk.. Cabbags (per 100 lbs) 7 1-4 76c 45-60C 17 i-2o S to7c 121-2C ..... 15 to 20c 10 to 17 ...5c to 6c lb 13 13 l-2c 23c 35c ;=-. 1 Cotton going down. Freeh bolted com meal just re- ceived at Levev's. Mrs, L. Roos left Tueeday for a visit to Yoaknra relatives. Rabbitfool molasses; also a Dew supply of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 November 1902

H M i§P WWWWWWW9W5 'S REMEDIES KfeSH /rf|t Severa's Heart Tonic Severa's Stomach Bitters! ^ quickly over comes all heart flffpfrtntis! ^ffinsv V SSrS \ promote the teract pain, colic ^ perfect circula- J > and cramps, over- tion, fainting £ secretions 01 J come all' spasms t spells and tones 4U J and fever and re- up the whole sys- StOltiacn, . ^ulate the diges- tem. Price $1. aid diges- <>tion. Price 25c Severa's Soothing Drops bring comfort and natural sleep to <1 children. Coun- Elixabeth Krenek, by to Joe Novosad, release. Jos Novosad and wife Novosad and J. & 8. deed, 4(H acres W. O. to John Wackar, Burham i Severa's f overcomes menstrual disor- tion, stimu- (> late the |! organs, J J ^ ^ I for Headache ^ , the appetite. | * overcome * Regulator |mcrease f r and conges- ion, promotes , \ health " the healthy acti- and invigO- f vity of the or- f gans and counter- < I f acts all troubles P whole f incident to preg- Severa's Wafers « 4 quickly and per- ^ Wea...

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

111 ' • -Jfy ' Twni VilfWNf i ■ VT y Satiafac- * 9 — j?. Jfing, Publisher. ■X THE ^ STICKBB. Official Orfa.fi of Fa/yette County, A food Advsrtislic JP/a/n Itfords *?(re Sver the S&est One 7)oliar a 2/tar SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1902 NUMBER 19 ' Psg Wp*- Wm re >: fgS'S OFFICE 18th Distncfc- h District b Floa. District 22d Jud. District 22d Jud. Dis. M Clerk ■ ''-W* i-• ^sa& :.v. ndent CANDIDATE Geo. F. Burge-s B. R. flarow D. A: PauluS Max Msitzen J. II. Kubena • L. W, Moore J. L. Storsy Geo. Wiliricb Jos. Ebliug^r 8. C. towrey Neal Robieon J. A. Moxisek M. B. O'Bsr C. H. Steinmsnn A. Netrsla Aug. Loeesen Percy Faison R Klatt J. E. Baker R T, Brajjsbaw G. A. StiMriflfp E R Vogt .£ ' a M 0) a 3 4? tc 72 o © u a « 0- e« J Bluff £ £3 cv > K C a tL . a. £ rj ® £ a x — >> 63' fc* Zapp a m S-i 5 O * J3 w *o 5 o OS i h. 3J O 472 100 100 ill 80 202 240 26 149 63 127 65 274 90 Ml 49 72 14 47 55 131 16 52 52 747 190 189 160 154 216 288 82...

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

. * J ■ gfl : s v •" ts?sf.; r; < _ ffs&SJ fe<9!iS!ffiRsPte;, \ '■"".Jsf «jf «- $s| §' >•' _ SS-"v _ >&-i fc*wSs' . ' f ::'{, - ' V " &&£&< gSi . • SMV" £'§li BBS '5 ri -3' .-• f||%' msggyp :r- V'- - ^ '* SSI# Fresh Stock Always On Hand. 10 Gallon Kegs White Kraut - - - $3,00. Best Quality Herrings - - $1.00, Imported Russian Sardines - - 75c. Keg Pickles, 5 gallons - - $2.25. Arbuckles^aedOLion Coffees, Rice, Farina, Buck Wheat Groats, Barley, Poppy Seed, Garroway Seed, Onions. Potatoes- etc. Remeber what a fine crop you made of the seed oats you bought from us last year. We have the same kind this year. Texas Rust Proof Seed Oats at 65c. per bu Fine white feed oats at Seed Rye at 100 lb. sacks bran at Hay, best quality at 55c. per bu. 3c. per ib. $1.10 per sack 35.. per bale r -**fy - : 12 H ■LJIil « ^sSi Western No. 2 washing machine Brammers rotary washer The New Peoria Washer No. 5 Armstrong post hole diggers Wire netting any kind you may want...

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

HORNER'S OFFERS. most up-to-date Tliae of new fall dress goods in Schulenburg, Venetinas, Velutina's, Mohair's, etc. Trimming to match Spec- ialties. The celebrated SOROSIS Skirts, Rags, Blankets and knit goods. All staples and a fall line of groceries. At HORNER'S. Tb« following i the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, ud chtneed weekly, acoord- teg to the highest market prioea paid. GHAMOSD EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton (arerage) Cotton Seed per Corn.. per' 100 lbs 75c J. - 45-50c aoo (oookintr) 5 to7o Batter \taWe)„.' . - Mo Chlokena (aa to alse) , 16 to 25c Roopterp — 10i?,1J Turkeys (per pair).,,.,,....,, oo lb Bacon « Lard.. W l-?c but.. 85o Potatoes, mmKKm Irish Potatoes per bk 85c Cabbage (per 100 lbs) 75 Pecans 5 Cotton lower to sell. WW I J i mmm *M!m White Swan flour at Perlitz. Mrs. Sofia Cornelson of Houston is the guest of Mrs. Wm. Voekel. Navr Flannels for waists just re- ceived at Boettpher Bros. Co. Mrs. Max Schwartz is, we re- gret to report, quite ill. Cresm chees...

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