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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 February 1903

""^ & -;. '■Wg$§& ' ^^i§fe - :S£ <s ' / ' - '!'"'1;.j;^ te '' ■] r2%£^ jjSj!^|l %8 S ",-' ':- :5'V.',: fe'SWK'.-.: ; $ vlA?s fgp •#•: w $S '- ? / iv- H ~ ;•: /. ' •-•? if -'■ I m I 1 .71 •* - S * ^7iS: Sf.^§ ---* v'.'.'^' •-*' > '.' ';"" •<< .,.- -, <■ J Is'" ■ fcs * 1 •■-. ;sgi fei - • «>f- asK:1 £ 5 ,. gj - "*** < f'1 -~ ',*■•" Vl " ' "' .-*/ ':?^~i''\ I I f vJe?, -t. *■; n-v* -1 si SV ft - IPgjiiS ' r .. _.- : . £f- "" #, i 4~,." u V' *■ / ^ 921 SB fei§£ '>"• ^ !SE ^f-;'- (..."_- SEVERA'S Family Remedies. * * * * * 4k * iwnwnwnw wwww ^ * * * Ik lirarCurei aoanteracts and oar9% alt too- gestion, gravel, bloody urine, it Bright's disease. Jaundice and all affections of those organs. Qk Price 75c and $1.25. ^ Severa's Blood Purifier cares all blood and skin dl- sasses, boils, ulcers, enlarged glands, salt rheum, scrofula, blood poisoning and all vene- real affections. Price fl.OO. Severa's Kidney & * * Lungs i* for Positively cures all coughs, col...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 February 1903

• ■■■ ■;- '?}, : 7- m £H& D4"?:■-•$* i "' 1 --• pointing. *> THE. BEST ^ Done neatly. Satisfac- tion Guaranteed. 9 9 THE ^ STICKER, Officia.1 Organ of Fayette Co\mty, A good Advertising Mectium. 'u W&m \.. W. S?. Jfing, {Publisher, {Plain Words jfre £ver the S3esi tt One dollar a 2/ear T— VOLUME IX. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 12. 1903 NUMBER 28 *■. '"§■ :*•' rJ4ML:~-y.. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. ■w w «>•«• SCHULENBURG. TEXAS owner and Breeder of standard and Thoroughbred yT^. SfFs^ HORSES And of Registered Red Polled and Registered Holstei CATTLE. The famous standard bred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred stallion Panmure 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-fully solicited. PANMURE ffm. ALWAYS •-o ?? r> ^ ' ■■■" < 4^/-'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 February 1903

llpis r':%' Ste Zhc Sticker. ':-C W. R. KING, Editor. =2=== UBSCRIPTION,$i.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Sohulenburg postofflce as second-class matter. Official Organ of Fayette County. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1903. ,JMgi - . • The farmers are very much be- hind with their planting and stilJ it rains. Last year the drouth ruined the most promising crop prospect, this season the rains seem intent upon preventing plant- ing. w-. " ' ■Bp-'- n SHfe " .. ; y,- ^_ If. i It is possible to infer, from the speech delivered last week by Sec- retary Root, that the president, has at last realized the falicy of his former policy in regard to the race problem. If so tbe speech de- livered by tbe negro Hayes quite probably accomplished tbe re- awakeuing of the president's sense of propriety. The municipal race in San An- tonio consisted mostly of injunc- tions, while the manner in which 4 the campaign was conducted by the two competing factions was a dis- grace to both San Antonio and Texas. Every ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 February 1903

SPIIgJlill ■—.s&as. - ^40-" rrsmmm ^HPt " i bi^'-Vw - fe £t- Sggfc: gjfe.'v: v* S$5 ■:*•-■" RiH PX sitSir • BBH5 I %V'<* p POTATOES AND SEE& CORN At HORNER'S. IK.MT KfSFORT. •m ' wing is the market report as compll- orner, and okaneed weekly, acoord- ' t market prioea paid. ' •' CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton (average) new Cotton Seed per 100 lbs - 7 c r.orH 60c — „ 121-2.140 io. « u ) saa ssys (per pair)—- 8c Jb "^"T^^TZZZii i-ac rirmur-rfl hllS . . . ..25~50C Irish Potatoes'per'bucket 35c • Cabbage (per 190 lbs) « Cotton Market: Excited Eggs declining. Fresh Cream Cheese at the Fruit Palace. Dr. D. S. Clark of Kinkier spent Monday in Schuienburg, "■"■Eg. Prepared soups very fine at |^V.V : Mr. John Lawrence of Hack- berry was in Schuienburg for a few hours Monday. A nice line of can goods at the Fruit Palace, Father L. Netardus of Praha was the guest the first of the week of Father Matthews. Ham Loaf is miffbty nice to eat Levey has it for sale. The little baby of r. an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 February 1903

EVERA'S - " ■ ^ ; :MM quickly over- comes all heart affections,dropsy, p QaplL3,XIOXl J perfect circula- tion, fainting spells and tones up the whole sys- tem. Price $1 ia&Swtfla 8AYER8' ADMINISTRATION. Several Stomach Bitters Severn's Soothing Drops Female Regulator overcomes all f menstrual disor- ' f ders and conges- tion, promotes thy acti- vity of the or- f gans and counter- acts all troubles incident to preg- nancy, child-birth and change of1 * life. Price "$1.00. promote the secretions of the stomach, aid diges- i < tion, stimu- late the organs, increase the appetite, overcome weakness and invigo- rate the whole system. 50c. and $1.00 A 4 4 4 > bring comfort and ^ natural sleep to J children. Coun- ^ teract pain, colic ^ and cramps, over- come all spasms 4 and fever and re- gulate the diges- ^ tion. Price 25c. ^ Severn's 1 Wafers j for Headache " and Neuralgia 1 quickly and per- ^ manentlycure all ^ fonpis of headache ^ ana neuralgia, menstrual pains and allay all f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 19 February 1903

- ; - -. "U ' ■ • V I jf A jjHBj5|^ 9P9 T#M* Vn(v4f#|fy "llfp "i r Fi< ? W 111b HI llillll g:^a§r:': ^S§ M-T printing. * THE BEST ^ Done neatly. Satisfac- tion Guaranteed. 9 5 iRV^.-l iisiipl§pi lip i«ft :'■ THE ^ ■TICKER, Officia.1 Organ of | Fayette County, A Good Advertising Medium, I J£ing> {Publisher. {Plain Words j{re Sver the SSesi One dollar a 3/ear VOLUME IX. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY, 19. 1903 NUMBER 29 Sgsg^j <0 J.B. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHVLENBURG. TEXAS Owne? and Breeder of Standard and sf yff^ s/fc w HORSES And ef Registered Red Polled and Registered Holstei CATTLE. The tamons standard bred Stallion J B, and the eelebrated thoroughbred stallion Panmure 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- ~ mce with prospective purchasers of Fine ; or Cattle is respect* folly solioited. PANMURE gplfe * v M ALWA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 19 February 1903

' ■v> • - ZCbe Sticker. W. R. KING, Editor- UBSCRIPTION, $i .00 PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postoffice as aecond-claas matter. Official Organ of Fayette County. feMf; THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, a ■' 1 — 1903. Mr. S. M. Leressue, represent- ing the Galveston News, was here for the purpose of obtaining data upon which to base a write up of Schulenburg and vicinity. The News is doiag everything possible to assist the State en its onward march. iSSSt!' ■ Slli W0M [ h V * i, I r-&M r;, : •.-- . • • It is not often that icycles are seen dangling from the trees and house tops at" mid-day, as they were to be seen here Monday and the condition is generally regarded as an indication of a clearing of the weather and as favorable signs for a good crop year. V a- Fisfi 'ir : V Probably Mr. Smoot thought by giving his indiscriminate reception he would impress Teddy with the idea that they were birds of a feather, and that the president would rally to his rescue, but Ted- dy's time see...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 19 February 1903

POTATOES SEED CORN At HORNER'S. FOR RENT—Two story dwell rag in nice location, cistern and well water. Mrs. W. A. Richter. wing it the market report as compil- er. and ofcaneed weekly, accord market prioes paid Messrs. Herman Deaton, of the firm of the G. XV. Deaton Co. and D. fl. Connor of Eagle Lake were in the city last week. Mr. Chris. Gabler has returned from Gonzale3 with iiis bride whom he married at the above point la.4 Week Mr. Cha# Davis, Secy. Treas. came with of the Bonus Mercantile Co. up Sunday and spent a day his mother an lister. KSSssS ■ cbangedi EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton (average) new 81-2 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 75c r<n~ 50c EeKa'Z'-""*-.-"-''----- - 121-2 Butter (cooking) ....... .. .. ......... Butter (table) " 121-2-15c Chickens (as toTslze) sc ib 10 11 l-2c 25-50C 35c 1-2 Turkeys (per patr)._ Irish potatoes per bucket Cabbage (par 100 lbs) Market: Strong Eggs declining, M llliS - U fmmw Convenient photo racks 10c. at Perlitz Bros. Mr. Andrew Huebner was shoppi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 19 February 1903

mm H| ||gll§§ ■ • • wlIP 58g EVERA'S ily Remedies. Severn's Kidney & Liver Cure & * & & m f & & * & * K * £>// bleed and skin di- i seasss, bolts: ulcers, enlarged sals rtearn, scrofula, all V812S- Price $1.00. coanterasts and cares all con- gestion, gravel, bloody arise, Bright's disease, Jaundice and . all affections of those organs, Prise F3c and, $1.25. mmm * M I 'MM * Isam Positively cures all coughs,, colds, hoarseness, bronchitis,, pnetiitiosiia, asthma, croup and all v affections of tile throat and lungs. Price 25 and 50 cents. Severa's St Gsihards Oil always ■brings spsodysmdper* uaneot rer:-f J •? alfoieumafie tnd painful affections, nsa- tlgla, swes flags, sprains, i in the ts 7k and all in- imatiens. Fries 50 cants. Severa's * Balsam of Life strengthens end tones ap eve- ry organs of the body, regulates digestion, promotes the appe- tite, overcomes constipation. Jaundice, headache and alt stomach affections. ?S cts. ft ft * m & p & ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 March 1903

wm^mm -*' ' ^^-:W "'--' ■ r2K&? * mi \^rW 5 ' , : ' 1. 9 5 _5 . -.•* ■ >- feSSi.s- ^ 5i-;r v "■': *¥' - _•?- 1'S?: h V ..' ■'W "- - m M THE STI6K Official Ori F a^yette Co\ A Good Advertising Medium. , " MjpfpPgl^ , f" n • ?7Ig0Bi mm. - ' :■ te ■ ■ ' ——i— * JCing, Publisher, .UME IX. r\£ B vJi j - f a Jg ' .T^' * : " "V . . •at - * i. ZPlain Words jtre Sver the Sfte> si One 'Dollar a 2/ear SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1903. NUMBER 31 II ■ ■ iip. ii.j ■^yq fflBSk mm t^S;}"_-:'-i PS Ji 'U '-?*■.-J BERMUDA VALLEY , , its DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor SCHULENBURG. TEXAS der <* Standard and Thoroughbred ^ HORSES Rsd Polled ui Registers* Hoists! CATTLE. tamons standard bred Stallion J B, and thoroughbred stallion Panmure ently located at my Farm. r $26.00 cash with return privilege case of failure to foal. Corres- prospective purchasers of Fine is respect-fully solicited. PANMU SpSC- .- '■ i /£■. _ ■ ( i*.-> *■& *M SfAliis.3 SBSE =55- VIIINQ YOU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 March 1903

ijpBggpEiapfe :*-■ sg|g|||gS^ - • • @ggSS^is£fi ;-i: | ' ' m m. ■fell ' '■ lES! Sticker. y. R. KING, Edibor. UBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM st the Schulenburg postofflce as B*cond-cUsB matter. Official Orgaa of Fayette County. . • v'" THURSDAY, MARCH, 5, 1903. . '• / BSS&pS* « FAMOUS REMARKS OP THE LATE MR. REED. ■ iife The recent death of ex-Speaker Reed brings to our attention his fame as an epigramist. Be was a master of words, and no sooner had one of his bon-mots passed his lips than it became almost inter- national property. For instance, his retort to William Springer on the floor of the House one day has become classic: "I had rather be right than Pres- ident," said Mr. Springer. "Don't worrv," replied Mr. Reed, "you'll never be either." The time the Spanish treaty was about to be ratified, Mr. Reed re- marked to a friend in Washington: "We are paying two dollars a head for two million Malays un- picked. The Lord only knows m what they'll cost us when they're On being inte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 March 1903

kifct POTATOES AND SEED CORN . At HORNER'S. ■ JP Jf JSJPOJf ST. :et report &s oompil- :SJSTX,S5l?-,0OTl' every wednesday •91-2 ... 760 50o ....... owe ;;;; 10-121-2 BSoii 121-2-^A IS to 26C 1 10 to 17 zzz'zzz:.* 1 ....... 11 1-80 .1 „ 85-500 35o no ^demand Egga declining. at • Perlitz Bros. afer was a visitor *y last lot to buy a good I have one to sell. M. C, Levey. rk of Kinkier was , few hours Sunday. W hen in need of iirst-clasa den. tal work call on Dr. G. G. Tansey up stairs over the Jeweler store In the new Kussek building. Pain- less extraction. Work Guaran- teed, Mr. Henry Neuhaus, chief clerk of the S. P. at Columbus, was a visitor in our city Sunday Go to Hchindler <fe Slanzel for the choicest of beef. On Saturday they will have on sale the ver> best steaks and roast from exira tine meal feed calves. Give them a trial. Mrs. W. A. Richter and daugh- ter, Miss Felton, attended the Mardi Gras m New Qrleans last week. racks, 10c at "tz Bros. was in La- week I. ' 1 m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 March 1903

1 flllf' -•mm: W4gH[ * - Us- ' V. \ 1 ;$m \ -\ KSr 'S?£. , ilipslil 11111111 m? SEVERA'S 'amlly Remedies. Sfc * K s fc „ \ SUGAR BEETS IN PANHANDLS • -. ; %'? • m mSt Severa's Kidney & Liver Cure eounferacts and carts all eon- gest I on, gravel, bloody arise, Bright's disease, Jaundice and ail affections of those organs. Price 75c and $1.25. Purifier cares ell blood and skin di- seases, boils, alcer3, enlarged i glands, salt rheum, screfala, blood poisoning end all vene- real affections. Price fl.GO. Texas Farmers Are Establishing a Promising New Industry. * * & * $> * & * individual as well as the corpora- tiori-may make false rendition ol tax values, and to allow him to do so while holding this corporate com- petitor up to full valuation is man- ifestly unfair. There are other ways of obtain- ing just tax renditions than this im- pertinent exposure. County and city commissioners, as board# ef CASTRO BECOMES RESTIVE ramsse - - ■ -v- . HPS! H. H. Harrington, chief che...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 March 1903

Tfgdl UuIf#r j|y •• *ci i ■ —T BEST ^ neatly. Satisfac- Guaranfceed. 5 9 . _ Ssgp m THE ^ STICKBR, Official Orf&n of Fo.y«tte County, A Good Advertising Median. Jfmg, {Publisher, iPlain Words Jtre Sver the S&esi One dollar a %/ear volume ix. schulenburg, fayette county, texas, thursday, march 12. 1903. NUMBER 32 BERMUDA VALLEY Stoek DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor 0-B. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS owner apd Boeder ot standard md Tftoriroglilireil HORSES jjfesg?... . - ^rJBP5s mmmmmmm vW\_ Afld of Bigistered Red Polled and Registered Holstei cattle. The tamous standard bred Stallion J B, and celebrated thoroughbred stallion Pan mure srmanently located at my Farm. either $25.00 cash with return privilege i, in case of failure to foal. Corres- with prospective purchasers of Fine *" is respect-fully solicited. THE LILY WHITES. OFFICE HOLDERS IN ALABAMA RECEIVE WARNINGS. MEANER THAN THE DEMOCRATS PANMVRE INVITING YOUR * ; J HPI®' IN Attention and admiration, is our large, fresh, up-to-date sto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 March 1903

Wm ... Sticker, IsT. R. KING, Edibor. i£jgfggj^ ISS 8&<" UBSCRIPTION, $ 1.00 PER ANNUM Entered tt the Schulenburg postoffice as second-class matter. m 1 81 Official Organ ot Payette County. THUBSDAY, MARCH, 12, 1903, Ife?: ' How kind of the governor of - Wisconsin to select and proffer to send a delegatation to instruct us how to manager our own affairs. If Mt Carnegie really desires to perpetuate his memory he can do so in a most effectual and beauti- ful manner by donating say $2,000,000 to he employed in con- structing first class roads in Fay- ette County. H r. • Its indeed an uninteresting ses- sion of the legislature that does not prominently present the name of James Stephens, by gatlins, be fore the public. Mr. Hogg has cer- mm M - Wfe ■h$ IPllS Wj0: • ' W 8 tainty the art of intelligent adver tising down pat. Gorman says he is too old, Cle- veland, that he,is retired, Bryan, that ha is a vigil of tha plain peo- ple, while Parker says nary-a- word. Thus the process of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 March 1903

—/ If AND SEED CORN ascompil ,accord EVERY WEDNESDAY J now 91-2 per 100 lbs POTATOES At HORNER'S. .- " M 111 ■ FOR RENT—Nice cottage, good well and cistern water, Emil Baumgarten. Mr. Fred. W. Schmidt of Wael der paid our burg a visit Saturday ■lavt. Oatmeal, grit. Rice, Sage and all such at Levey's. Mr. Wm Hohnke has returned from a trip to Houston and VictoJ ria, where he spent several day. Justin,a line of Overalls and Coats that wil please at Perlitz. Mr, Sam Hancock of Weimar was shaking bands with Schulen- burg friends Sunday. ~ , f If you want something fine in Boiled Corn meal at Levey s. }h0 Ca^e an(J Crftcker i*,ne in Mr . Otto Schwenke has return- . packages go to the Fruit Palace. ed from New Orleans. i Schwenke and th<* children who 750 60c ....... 12 1-2 riii-3-i5e 16 to 36c 10 to 17 .. 10c lb u l-2o ..25-60C 85o .........no Jiemand i, but tttoM per bucket {per lTOIba) Ceitoa Market: Quiet Steady Demand ; MTTUE STICKERS. 'I New giughams pretty patterns at Perlitz. ^...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 12 March 1903

mart's- 3= § 1 p* 1 feiia ts I i ■ - -■ ,A " fi%-C Ifjg; ',v ; V * REMEDIES jgS*SSjp&gr "Vi/ ; Severa's Heart Tonic quickly over- comes all heart affections,dropsy, palpitation, -^im- perfect circula- tion, fainting spells and tones up the whole sys- tem. Price $1. Severa's Female Regalator overcomes ail menstrual disor- ders and conges- tion, promotes the healthy acti- vity of tiie or- gans and counter- acts all troubles incident to preg- nancy, child-birth and change of life. Price $1.00. evera's Stomach Bitters promote tiie secretions of the stomach, aid diges- tion, stimu- late the organs, increase the appetite, overcome weakness and invigo- rate tlie whole system. 50c* and $1.00 Severa's Soothing Drops bring comfort and natural sleep to children. Coun- teract pain, colic and cramps, over- come all spasms and fever and re- gulate the diges- tion. Price 25c. Severa's Wafers $ for Headache 'and Neuralgia quickly and per- manently cure all forms of headache and neuralgia, menst...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 July 1903

i mm ISIilf I Ml 1 PISH •'• •• -rji gSgpll _ ;.t; -v-; :jp §! M 8^g||§ _____ ii TWS. BEST y Satisfac- teed. * 9 (gfw Texas University AUSTIN THE STICKER, OfficiaJ Organ of F ay et t< > County, A 6ood Adfor m — Slaymond Win free, ^Publisher. SP/a/n Words Jire Cuer the S&esi One dollar a 2/ear VOLUME IX. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1903. NUMBER 51 BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, ipR $ v.-1, DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. *-B. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS owner and Breeder ot standard and Thoroughbred «/7Rs yf?\. y7F\* HORSES Mi of Registered Bed Polled ted Registered Holstein CATTLE. The lamoas standard bred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred stallion Panmure are now permanently located at my Farm. ~ Jce of either $25.00 cash with return privilege nescveaeon, in case of failure to foal. Corres- ee with prospective purchasers of Fine &toek or Cattle is respect-fullv solicited. si mi. ' . PANMURE .Q^-o Q—Q—Q- -o-«^->o o« Q* -0"0-0 0--0-0^0-0 '0 '0—0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 July 1903

= Sticker. -— RAYMOND WtNFREE, Eftr and Piblishtr. SUBSCRIPTION,tl.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Sohutantrarg postofflce as second-class matter. OFFICIALORGAN OF FAYETTE CO ■' ' " The Sticker Invites the public to keep it 1 concerning the goings and comings or town. If you are leaving town or have inds visiting you or departing, drop us a i that we may malie note of it. But be sure i your name to it as an evidence of its neness. THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1903. Hot? Well I guess yes. Wo are about to be "Payne." released of Is it hot The question of today: enough for you? We are very well pleased with the increase of our subscription list and advertising patronage re- gardless of reports to the contrary, The citizens of Scbulenburg and yicinity are to organize a Truck Growers Association, Saturday July 25th. which will be of great benefit to all concerned. merely because of material posses- sions or some slight official rank. When the Monjick is starving, those in power know how to di- vert hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 23 July 1903

GOODS and At HORNER'S. immf mm w our. ; to tk« market report u oompil- ", sad ckaa*«4 wMkly, acoord- * tyrioMpart. WXRY WEDNESDAY - 00c 50c 10c #-i21-2 rlOto 15 101« 17 No Demand 11 10c Nominal .bo demand ) - par 10 > lOtlfce) 100 lba k:Not qna table. Dead. 1 lower. 'I2C STICKERS. salt aft Perlitz, . rmul Blumrich Is in Flatonia le Turner of Yoakum city visiting relatives. FOR SALE or RENT— Mm. W. A. Richter. Nordbuger of Cistern s, factory made and G. E. Ruhmann & KIP Mr. Hugo Wertsner of Bastrop was in the,city this week, ered to any part of The Fbuit Palace. •• -'•A.- <>. -•> _ Jimmie" White of Glid- Monday last. Meyer's for your returned Tuesday. isads with Levey he for you. Johnson was in San on a pleasure trip. dyed by Paul Stean Fbed Ebeling Aot. er of Swiss Alp, i city Monday last. FOR SALE CHEAP.—A man- dolin harp. Wallace Baum«arten. Miss Hatye Prause of Bastrop is visiting Miss Hilma Horner this week. ly^Vjp Delivered daily in any part of the city, in larg...

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