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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 19 January 1899

mt :N i-Sffe Lod^e, No. 195. &AM Meets Oil Sat- ^ . urday on or be- fore the first full moon in each month. Trans- ient brethren are 'corially Invited to attend. R. S. Tanner, w. m. sed. Ebeling, Sec't. j *•*- 1 K. of H. Lodge on 1st and 3d Monday in _jnth, Transient brethren in the city qeespectfully invited. E. L, McKinnon, Dictator. , Fred Ebeling, Secretary. • - — -j* iiSi® Meets regularly each Tuesday night J Transient Br eth r en are cpr- dially invited to visit, L. MoK^irf-r ^§f N; G. ¥ Court on r, April, |uly ; three weeks. iiS ITS. Willrich, "Cot 2nd Monday in each 0 ■; ,€ f ; . i O. d. H. S. Freiligrath Loge { NO. ,14. Regelmassise Ver- jeden stag vor lorid tind 14 tage dauach. H. Beneker, Fraesident. Peter Sekretaer. Do This Don't take in- ternal medi- cines before the little one comes. They endanger the "health of both mother and . , -JaagBll MOTHER'S FRIEND, the good, and long-tried external liniment, will relieve the early distress and the later pains bet- ter than...

Publication Title: Sticker, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 26 January 1899

mmm V IPSK^?$ Texas .University "—i';' -• -•.XV V^J=^ , , ->v-;. r :3r.•; : - - - • -.-vv :-jf- SS®.: VOL. V, NO. 26. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., JAN. 26, 1899. Price $1. iirwai Schulenburg Situated half way San Antonio 1200 inhabitants; i plant; three good gir and cotton-seed oil mill; schools; good hotels and solid houses. It is the best and town in Fayette county. This paper i the official organ of the county. ' ?>; er, DEALER IN- • a i ttg ■ - i * 3* <• a::; -,-|§ -cf v-: . mm ■: i, SASH, W1 • '" • "• -x " , LIME, CEMENT. ^-:^ISSPS .. -. **S m. k a .. .. . issa PKglgH $2 75 3 50 2 75 2 75 2 75 and Union. the NEW OR- wmm Ichaefer, Palace Saloon. ig,, Zum Kuhlem Grunde % V 'MANNS. 1! EN, Proprietor. g«S®6 id Istquepg.^ •> on tap. Pool Table in connection. First-Class Restaurant. __ HJRG. - - - TEXAS. ■* ■ *' * « -' -- . i-S:^' iZ ' ■ ' - 'f*' "" ' 11 " """ " ""' •" "* NEIL L. McKINNON, Attorney afe Law apd Notary Public. Will practice in State & Federal Courts....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 26 January 1899

' ■ • % =5?S siiH >f Shoes. i*.s'-:' \, $5, $4.50, $4, $3.50, now $1,50 3 to 5, $8, $2.75, now - - - 1,25 ljr to 4, $2.75, $2.50, now - - 1,00 i'b Kid Shoes, 11 to 2, $2.75, $2.25, now - 98 p " Oil Grained, 11 to 13, $1.25, now 3' Slippers, 2 to 3, $2.25, $2, $1.50, now Dress Goods at Reduced As we mast make room for our Spring stock Stafe Just Receded. Don't Miss These - 53 - - 49 Prices, BROS. CO. v.y, January 26, 1899. ly by "H. —— > PER ANNUM C lburg post- _-class matter Houston has on state is t. if walk any hour , he can find fif- violations of the into a "little ot Texas The attention of our readers is directed to the full county court report in this issue of the Sticker. On the first page is the proceedings of the Teachers Institute, together with the secretary's explanation of the delay in publication. The pro- gram for the next meeting will also be noted in to-day's paper. The Sticker may be relied upon to give the county news. The "Sunset Limited" collided with a "l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 26 January 1899

'■ • :'-v. SBegSss? H ESPSSBSSS gj^gfry r^sr J I §&&?■:-&.■*$. -K£it - - • ", At Homers' HEHpiSfeSa JUST RE- CEIVED, GEN- UINE NORTH- ERN SEED a g|| r ggSjijj, _ , BWPPP«. ft"; ■**-'. <-->l -" _ £L^ is-sHS :arly rose, IRBANK, :rless, ohio, goodrich. beauty of hebron, Tennessee Triumph, direct from Grower. All of which are offered at the closest CASH prices. .... 'V-■!•*-_'gKl 6@7 i --v- ■■■■— jg i wIC lip . 12. - : ' 2 I -5" - j izs •'-. - £ ■ -: r • ■ . ^ Again we want to call the atten- tion of our commissioner to the fact that the Schulenburg and Wei- mar road is in a very bad con- dition all the way from town to Geo. Williams' and needs attention before another rainy spell sets in. The finest brands of whisky on the market, such as ' 'Old Saratoga'' "Old Thompson" and the famous "Rare.bit" 5-cciga r are handled at S. T. Sehaefer's saloon. , Be_sure to attend the Children's >r hall Februa- help the ladies the cemetery. mm Aa- 1 M ... ior ' **11 as- were mm. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 26 January 1899

Spi ISlllilS --r- Mgmmm ....-, &Qmm COURT, is Davidson, J. N. ICERS. eichmueller. B St fifth Mond2y af- and Sep- t weeks. ICERS. Eyops LocLje, No. 195. iftpi M '?■ Meets on Sat- urday oil or be- fore the first full moon in each month* Trans- ient brethren are corially invited to attend. , R. S. Tanner, w. m. Fred. Ebeling, Sec't. K. of H. Lodge, No. 1501. Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in each month. Transient brethren in the city respectfully invited. E. L, McKinnon, Dictator, ced Ebeling, Secretary. 4 r Picture tells a story that thousands of Aomen will re- cognize—a story of monthly suf- fering just be- fore and during menstruation—a story of aches, darting pains, torture in back, head, limbs and abdomen. BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR will cure ihese sufferers—regulate their menses and drive" Out all "fe- nia'e troubles." Druggists sell It for $1 a bottle. THB BBABKTOJ* BEQTrtJLTOH. CO.. Atlanta, G«- STAR LODGE, NO. 174- I. 0. 0 F. Meets regularly each Tuesday _ it. Transient Bret...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 2 February 1899

mm mt ISBiBiHgg r-':"?>" " ! ' . •— Texas ^University IP ^ p 1 = *gggiig mm m&mz& -■-■ VOL. V, NO. £7. mm SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., FEB. 2, 1899. Price $1. efer, m'3m t u •:•-•? j rSchulenburg Situated half way l San Antonio and Houston, has if 1200 inhabitants; electric light plant; three good gin and cotton-seed oil iui«, gtwu schools; good hotels and solid u- -: houses. It is the best and h town in Fayette -county. This paper ; the official organ of the cou gSil 'Wm wM- "■ 'f- ' a i .Vi SH, IDS, CEMENT. ■ 4 -4*- The BANNER is Allow the woril BANNER. I'S car' 6 r a The Best all-iron Culti- ntor that Is made, John Deere For Cora, Cotton, Sor- —— . SCHAEFER. a reputatation for fair and the stock is large and always the market, and where the prices areas t do business on. on the-market for cotton, com, and every article produced to guarantee perfect satisfac- ■ THE ROYAL has been tried and tested, and has given the very best satisfaction, it runs light, and can be ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 2 February 1899

g Sale of Shoes. j, 2 to 51, $5, $4.60, |4, $3.50, now $1,50 3 to 5, $3, $2.75, now - - 1.25 tt to 4, $2.75, $2.50, now - - 1,00 i Kid Sboes, 11 to 2, $2.75, $2.25, now - 98 Oil Grained, 11 to 13, $1.25, now - - 53 spers, 2 to 3, $2.25, $2, $1 50. now - - 49 Goods at Reduced Prices, ; make room for our Spring stock. Dooi Miss These Bargains. BROS. CO. the judgement of the said committee it is -desirable or practicable to sup- press such saloons and gambling hou- ses in the interest of good govern- ment, goc >d morals and social order, .ved further, That such com be authorized to send for per- and papers and to administer and be and is hereby empow- ered to punish persons for contempt of its authority, and that the sum of $500, or as much thereof as may be necessary, be and is hereby appropri ated out of the contingent fund of thii house to pay the expenses of such-in- vestigation and report. JM —== litoriai item : Houston has legislature je on state m opposi- This is y hour 1 fin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 2 February 1899

M 7> ^ ' . '. gpgggg SSPI g [Us i^a ^E §t .i>i :. m _ SSSgg -."^ :•. : ; IY. c; Henry leetsthe first Tues- month, at 4 p. m = II At Homers' i|tpS r .... &20 p m 1:14 am PKPI^^^£.fi.ri5% i .......12:42 am „ 3:22 a m — riarket Report -j is the market re- by H. Horner, reekly, *c- the highest market ) EVERY WEDNESDAY. i>.-^.:.iS 6i *--* r 100 lbs @30c 25c 8@9 5@7c 3 to size) 15@20c " .; 10@15 @$1 6@7 7@8 " pr bu $1.00 i above prices mean cash. Not ■ to sell at present. 4' si --V"rpfe .v i Feb. 12. visited Fia- House For Sale. The old house, formerly occu- pied by Mrs. Kuechler at High Hill, is for sale, apply at this office. ^Visitors to Swiss Alp remember who exercises due energy to make their stay agreeable. good Walker. a pros- and were up B^f -Herman itf«or | of Weimar visiting reia- , and Pre- Wolter's. [from friends at *. A. Marcee are a fine baby French in our i week. K?!iP: JUST RE- CEIVED, GEN- UINE NORTH- ERN SEED Hfe EARLY ROSE, BURBANK, PEERLESS, Tennessee Triu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 2 February 1899

lg«a m lp Hfl *1 ;";;\ fife: < I S. Kendall. J. Browti. G. Denman. FE COURT. . L. Davidson, J. N. * OFFICERS. H. Teichmaeller.' L 'Storey. . E. Baker. fifth..Mond2y af- in March and Sep- e weeks. OFFICERS. •' lmfp rcyFaison. it. A. Stierling. tobison. Melcher. Huebner. I Brendle. fjoT}S Lod^e, No. 195. jsiatM'! Meets on Sat- urday on or be- fore the first full moon in each mouth. Trans- ient brethren are corially invited to attend. R. S. Tanner, w. m. Fred. Ebeling, Stfc't. K. of H. Lodge, No. 1501. Meets on 1st and^d Monday in each month. Transient brethren inthfe city respectfully invited. J. J. Schwartz, Dictator. Fred Ebeling, Secretary. WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174. Fietsam. County Court on January, April, luly continue three w< missioners O Mondays in Febri November. COURTS. '. Willrich, '-le. C —ay in - s® 'V, VERY LOW PRICE, News 1 issue consists < Meets regularly each Tuesday night. Transient Brethren are cor dfally invited to visit. H. Bohlmann, N. 6. -N. L. McKinn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 23 February 1899

IBSSs mm. TexasUniversity .1? ill ii-j'-V fiE is. 50' —- 11.- century well to an- wm •v L. V, NO. 30. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., FEB. 23, 1899. Price rScnulenburg Situated half way Sau Antonio and Houston 1200 inhabitants; electric plant; three good gins; and cotton-seed oil null: schools; good hotels and solid houses. It is the best and h town in Fayette county. This the official orgin of the county. light p I m mm the *>y i new century bat year, ac men who are As the end aches, the assume greater controversy to V to do, therefore, of one of hers whose keeping tabs that proverb- man. Here is will begin on I—the last year of being 1900. with the year before no year for chro- mode the year "0,' hour of century, iKpPrSV'i Bow to Treai.Cotton Seed for Hogs. A farmer writing to the State Experiment Station asks if cotton seed is a dangerous feed for hogs and says that he has been warned not to feed it by neighbors who have used it. The following reply is made to this inquiry: Yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 23 February 1899

:r. 23, 1899. Thursday by* >T G0ETH. <J, $i.oo PER ANNUM : t the Schulenburg post- i second-class matter — i were to the Journal has be- ,ble of the "Dog spirit toward the ard to the county act, and we haye dogmatic, on the first knew how truth until in such an in- of canine in as to leave i himself for voting le treaty between Inited States, Sen offered a resolution as the Phil- civilized this country all semblance of course the resolu- to nothing, as it j important factor of say- to the horde of cor- run the expansion net.' : .sllS3Ii I Post did an act will go down the clanging of sweet that great pa- ly. During the weather reports of 5 were numerous in Hous- its own rao- all autbenti- be has not i as was oft i with a laurel ly's im- q Caprivi k, as chan- court, ant of the French distinguished away so nearly to in the prevailing all obe. an outburst of modesty today introduced under penalty $200, thent- ires actresses i Trade at Home. Again we feel it our duty to call attent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 23 February 1899

3:20 p m . .1:14 am .12:42am 3:22 am market re- by H. Horner, At Homers' Fine Lot of market ly. 51 lbs @30c 32 ic . 10@12 5@7c ... @11 i 7@8 pr bu 11.00 no The Sticker is very sorry to of the death of Mrs. T. D. which occured at Kerrville. y, Feby. 10th T. D. Fisher, formerly of Weimar is an old friend of ours, and this is his* second wiie he has lost Hay Wanted. We want three or four tout" of loose hay. Schwartz Bros. Our old friend, Pat Hurst; ac- companied by Mr. W. A. Reisert, of E. L. Bonnie & Co., wholesale whisky dealers, of Louisville, Ky.. were in town last week. For Rent. 11 Newly built residence situated g ts. and was here visit- cently. ; I Just Received. H. HORNER. near Mr. Hahnke. mar Kalius. Apply to Ott- George Freemann, the expert horseman from Engle, Tex., was in town Sunday night on his way to LaGrange. W. S. Merren now has charge of the restaurant in Gus Ebeling's bar. Will is a splendid cook and puts things up in first-class style. Morse for Sale. ^ A very s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 23 February 1899

fmmme mger. f|| -J- S. Kendall. URT. R. R. Gaines. //* : ce, T. J. Brown. L. G. Denman. COURT. W. L. Davidson, J. N. tes. OFFICERS. H. Teichmueller. J. L. Storey. ; J. E. Baker. ce the fifth Mond2y af- in March and Sep- ntie six weeks. OFFICERS. Meets on Sat- urday on or be- fore the first full moon in each mouth. Trans- ient brethren are corially invited to attend. R. S. Tanner, w. m. Fued. Ebeling, Sec't. C. H. Steinmann. Stierling. ISSIONERS. ner. Court on y, April, July tinue three weeks. ;s Court m Februsfry, her. v '. Willrich, Justice ible. Court fonday in each pmsm m-ixmI K. of H. Lodge, No. 1501. Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in each month. Transient brethren in the oity respectfully invited. J. J. Schwartz, Dictator. Fred Ebeiing, Secretary. WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174. L 0. 0 r. Meets regularly each Tuesday night. Transient Brethren are cor- dially invited to visit. H. Bohlmann, N. G. N. L. McKinnon, sec. Tuesdays n and for the and of general news etc. O.dES. Freiligrath Log...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 2 March 1899

/ - :"r'*§3 SBBSai&e* Texas gUnirersity tyr--.,'s%:_ vv^..:y;^r For the Stick- er only $1 per year. THE VOL. V, NO. 31. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., MARCH. 2, 1899. Price #1. Schuienburg W San Antonio and Houston, has 1 1200 inhabitants; electric light 1 plant; three good gins; compress and cotton-seed oil mill; good schools; good hotels and solid business houses. It is the best and healthiest town in Fayette county. This paper is the official organ Of the county. ' -~r*- f &P2 s der. Years For False Swearing. Tex. Febr'y 23, 1899. in the case of the State sman today returned y and assessed his t at five years in the tentiary. Defendant will t a motion for a new trial, of the defendant on in the charges have made the case of : i _ . I to the public, a prominent capitalist ew out of al- in the rendi- perty. Tliis of this character of this jurisdic- Weete took charge of the in this city last Monday, of Miss Jennie Henrietta Weete, in good running or- wishes follow his I obl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 2 March 1899

mm = March 2, 1899. every Thursday by >T G0ETH. Legislative Whiffs. ION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg post- office as second-class matter ■ We are sorry to say it, but we acknowledge the fact that we heartily disgusted with the pro- icnal traveling printer. Since five years that the Sticker has in Schulenburg we have failed to extend a helping to all printers as they came and again we have been badly treated. Even the widely kno wn and notorious J ack , who, we must say is- the "all round" printer in the without any exception, after for us five months, left us press day morning, and so anxiouB was he to get ofi, he left town afoot. To tell he didn't beat us, but are others. We therefore say that after this date tourists need apply for by we have got Deutsche Zeitung > joined the pack of yelping fires at us that a large (stating that there were appeared in a page had for Mntrot Bros. Our opinion as that of the readers , that if the Zeitung ly the same attention to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 2 March 1899

r; Henry i the first Tuea- 1. at 4 p . m TIM* TABLE. 3:20 p m 1:14 am :42 am a m et re- Horner, ac- market * • « of @30c . 5@7c «@7 7@8 $1.00 Not iecline is ex- )KERS. Vedder'sr visited Hal- At Horners' A Fine Lot of Shin Just Received. H. HORNER. Died—At the residence of Jos. Goerderlich last week, Tuesday, Stephen Goerderlich, lather of the above named. The remains were interred in the Catholic cemetery. The Houston Semi-w eekly Post or the Galveston Semi - weekly Hews and the Sticker for $1,75 to new or old subscribers. Frank Young has accepted the position of organist at the Catholic church here, and it" is useless to say that the members are very aych elated. The Sticker would be glad to know the party's name, who has written to us twice, signed "A Reader." The letters were mailed at Weimar. The ever popular knight of the grip, Ben Sass. was here among his friends last Saturday and Sun- day. Tickets on sale to Ft. Worth Tex. March 11 and 12 at rate of $5.00 fare round trip. Han...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 2 March 1899

' ;'--.,-- 'r^§#31 ^te/affs£ gggfe - ;ss=e -J. N. Browning. -Thos. §. Smith. W, Robbins. Finger. SUPREME COURT. Chief Justice, R. R. Gaines. Associate Justice, T. J. Brown. ate Justice, L. G. Denman, APPELLATE COliRT. " " "-ooks, W. L. Davidson, J.N a, Associates. DISTRICT OFFICERS. 22 Jud. Dist., H. Teichmueller. Attorney, J. L. Storey. Court, J. E. Baker, commence the fifth Mond2y af- first Monday in March and Sep- continue six weeks. county officers. Ehlinger. 'Faison. Klatt. Lyoi)s Lod^e, No. 195, AF&AM Meets on Sat- urday on or be- fore the first full moon in each month. Trans- ient brethren are corially invited to attend. R. S. Tanner, w. m. Fred. Ebeling, Sec't. T. Bradshaw. C. H. Steinmann. Supt., G. A. Stierling. * Robison. iggg Melcher. K. of H. Lodge, No. 1501. Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in each month. Transient brethren in the city respectfully invited. J. J. Schwartz, Dictator. Fred Ebeling, Secretary. ■. .--ji .."A1 ,1" ' r i --- * K£ tfvi -Ali FAYETTE COUNTY CLERK...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 9 March 1899

■ i. ■■ in Texas, ... -: . tIBE ick- per THE VOL. V, NO. 32. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE CO., TEX., MARCH 9, 1899. Price #1. Schulenburg Situated half way between San Antonio and Houston, has 1200 inhabitants; electric light plant; three good gins; compress and cotton-seed oil mill; good d hotels and solid business It sst and healthiest Fay This paper is : scho houses. town in the official organ of 7mmi 4. .received the of the several being pub- set aside red r etc., and . * 12 90 6 36 11 10 22 25 46 40 5 00 306 31 20 00 16 96 1 06 The Country Printer. Mr. John Gr. Rankin, president of the Texas Press association, has received a letter from Editor Eugene Mbore, of the Stephen- ville Empire making a suggestion that it is believed will be taken up by the newspaper men of the state at once, and one which should de- mand attention while the legisla- ture is in session, if at all. Mr. Moore says: "Why cannot we get the legislature to take the panting of the assessor's and col- leetor's blanks—e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 9 March 1899

March 9, 1899. Thursday by >ETH. ,$i.oo PER ASNUM ilenborg post- -cl^ss matter Rome has been very ak. a Knittel, a promt at his home near ly, March the 4tb« 's cartoons of it the embalmed ) vers7 have all been good The Sticker i^HHpHPETto its utterances and always de- pend on the^truth of the items found in its columns. It may not be good policy to be-unfriendly to any of the city's business institu- tions—but we feel agrieved and have a right to be, and therefore we will agitate the question of an- other banking business in Schulen- burg. The Houston Daily Herald charges the Houst Post with hav ing driven away the round bale - people, who intended establishing r a large plant near Houston. Those peopl@ may use that for an excuse, but if they had fully intended to locate at Houston, the Post's oppo- sition would have been the very thing to advertise them. streets, paint your clean up your you will feel bet- Hk'J ~ indorses the action Bailey and is proud that he is honest enough h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 9 March 1899

■ >RY. (OFFICERS, i, Mayor; Henry John Oltmaune . R. Nordhausen, F. r -•;' - 4v* SS?* ' *£k r - Mi _ each month, at 4 p. m BSsBilif V' - *' r - ; -' *1* ggggg|^5 - gg&§ ^ ^ ^ TIMK TABLB. BR CAST. r-"'C.'; ^ i 3:20 p m 1:14 am ■ 12:42 am .8:22 am d UNSM^ i 1 " fHL - X* 11 _ to the is the market re* by H. Horner, weekly, ac- market .......« CHANQKD EVKBT WEDNESDAY. midl). 5 9*16 .per 100 lbs @30c .32*c . @12 . 5@7c ) 15@20c 10@15 '.. @11 6@7 7@8 pr bu $1.00 Not (pr pair) ■11, more corn. 30 cars, money oat in i Corn Meal go to Levey. was here this at Wrba's. MHHH is at i visising relatives. Rose Seed Potatoes at J. St. Wrba Sons. Louis Schulenburg returned Wonder Soap at M.C. Emil r-jV *f'y visited £mcy Shirts call on Keuper visited Fayette- is at Kansas Schaefer is building some bouses near the compress. visited Hous- this week. fp Keuper,-Sr., visited San business this week. Walker of Oakland son were in town last see the new stock of Calicoes at Keuper & and family of Fla...

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