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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 7 December 1899

^MWfc 3d ay, Dec. 7, 1899. — Published every T^irsday by ERNS"rS0ETH. "SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postoffice as second-class matter. Commissioners Court [SPECIAL SEPTEMBER TERM.] The following butcher reports - HI •? Mahler & Schindler, Rud Cho- vanec, L. & H. Pohl, Chas. Ernst, Ferd Billimek, J. C. Strove, Wan- sley & Stewart, C. Ritter, Wm. Heinsohn, Jos. Rasha, Chas. For- ester, L. Pochyla, Frank V. Wus- ner, Otto & Werth, J. J. Wilie- ford, W. D. Hale, C. H. Nite, Robert Voelkel, jr., Gus Zwerne- mann, J. C. Struve, Hart & Hat- field, XJ. Roensch & Bro., and Washington Bros. Fred Moellenbrandt was ap- pointed overseer of Colorado river bridge, fe ; V" jjM N; V The bonds of Chas. E, Girndt F. JL. Polansky, as public at Ellinger and Fayette- ville, respectively, were approved. The report of Joseph Ehlinger, treasurer of school of LaGrange, was approved, jf . The report of the supervising committee of the Fayette eounty poor hou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 7 December 1899

* 6;. lri&-r* . | Sft f ' tit? ill hJ J- And M. C. LEVEY are Two True Old Friends! . -• ~ lite llit^ 'Wm- 8 fefg CANTA CLAUS says:— ^ "Levey has for many years sold my Christ- mas Goods exactly right and honestly, and therefore my HEADQUARTERS for the Holidays of 1899 will again be at s. Go there to buy your Dolls of all sizes and prices, and all beauties. Drums, bugles, >?§ guns, steam engines, railroad trains, mechanical toys, games, steamboats, wagons, tables, doll cabs, rocking- horses, glass and china vaces dressers, ornamented cups and saucers, Chrtstmas tree ornaments and wax candles, and hundreds of other for the children and the grown folks. Zw/Wpif St- £■ Go to get lfvey WHO has, besides a com- plete and well selected assortment of Candies for Christmas,-— Cakes, Fruits, Almonds, Raisins, Figs, Dates Citron, Jellies, and Preserves, A Full Stock of FANCY AND STAPLE * Groceries! Is the place for Fire- crackers o Fireworks! - •V ' - 3 : -m -* .HOP THE I *■ . * ore - We...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 7 December 1899

Road Time Table WJN 08K&S & ROUTE AT SCHULBNBURQ. EAST. Train 3:21 p m Night Train. 11:25 p m WEST. Day Train 1:00 p m Night Train 4:35 a m M. K. A T. AT LA ORANGE. G. H. McLure, Agent. NORTH. N<*. 4. Passenger—Daily 12:39 P-m No. 6. Flyer * 9:45 4 ' No. 74. mixed, daily (exoept Son.) 4:30 ' ' SOUTH. No. 3. Passenger—Daily 5:26 p. m No. 5. Flyer " 9:19 a. m No. 73. Mixed daily (except Son.) 9:00 ' ' CITY DIRECTORY. ciry OFFICEBS. Theo. Wolters, Mayor; Henry Eilers. Marshal. aldermen: R. A. Wolters, John Oltmanns, W. A. Marcee. F. F. Schaefer, Emil Schulz. City Council meets the first Tues- day in each month, at 4 p. m SPiSj®fts ' -.<ti CHURCH DIRECTORY. Services are held in the Baptist church build- ing (white) as follows: Every fourth Sunday services will be held by Rev. T. J. Windham, Episcopal. Rev. Bohmfalk will hold serrloes every first Monday night after the first Sunday, and every third Sunday night and every 4th Sunday after- noon, in German. Sunday School ever...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 7 December 1899

La Grange Marble 5 % 1 f O E Stolz, Prop. Dealer In ,l" Qnan^e JVtqri'le $ Stqtiwpy.l High Grade Monuments AND FINE CARVING A j SPECIALTY. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. . Iron fencing at special low rates. Ask for prices before placing your or- ders elsewhere. Designs and pri- ces furnished on application. PATBOZI3STE " HOME INDUSTRIES! Highest market price paid for cotton seed delivered at oil mill. Will pay the cash for same or take it in ex- change for hulls and cake meal, as desired. CHR. BAUMGARTEN. mm. SOLID TRAINS OF WAQNER Keepers AND Free Reclining Katy .*. Chair .\ Cars TO {St. beiuig, Chicago, City. CLOSE CONNECTIONS TO ALL POINTS East, North and West FIRST CLASS MEALS at our own DINING . STATIONS. FIFTY CENTS. FRONTIER FIGHTERS. Tales of Texas Rangers and Some of Their Daring Deeds. Central Hotel . . JOSEPH KAIMBR, M'QR . . Tiive. Clean aito T) Comfortable ... IvO OEE)^ . . . Table Supplied with The Best. . . LA GRANGE, TEXAS. M.SCHWARTZ. J.J. SHWART2, Schwar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 December 1899

K9&H y§s Texai^Unlversity I vr Mf • wh v^Tj^e <§ci\ufen& ciyourg OticSfer. M, Publisher, {Plain Words Jire Cver the S3 est. One ^Dollar a 2/ear, VI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1899. NUMBER 20 o<S'S S,S*S S,S*0'',o,,o,S,^'S,S''( ristmas is Only a Short €l/Jhile Off *Don't put off until Christmas (Sve to get your Sifts• Of which *ll/e have a 3*ull Supply in most any line. Siue us a call, ^ Our {Prices are jCow^ Especially for the jffoliday Tirade« itpy ds' - h have a SSeautsful jCine of Soods. ——— *oaksf Jackets and Capes* Some New ones just received. Nice line. e sure to get one, as the weather will be cold. " "Certainly I need a new pair of Gloves," is the cry. ' \ave them. 7)on't forget Tls . a/Ctite of i > > i Low Figuree. All Sizes and Styles. about that Tfew !Pair of Shoes . yon wanted? We have them, and how lovely the fit and so Cheap. Jfcats. Jfew, Stylish and XJasty *Cine jfust deceived Why, sure you need one for X-Mas. Cott...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 December 1899

.J SBE < v-" " mKwrn a h mm ■H sg -prlS* *-*a 9^BfiiBfii ,§11 - vcTrC' _i__ '-:-'?v:^L £A4&B&& saggSSSv SSSei STICKER. Thursday, Dec. 21, 1899. K Published every Thursday by ERNST G0ETH. SUBSCRIPTION, $i.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as second-class matter. wmpA jjf Rl ■ Special Telegrams. ••So Mote It Be.'' The Sticker received the follow- ing telegram from Messrs. Price, McGormick & Co., of New York, last Monday, in regard to the cot- ton market: Schulenburg should have a cot- ton mill.. The British losses in the Trans- vaal have been very heavy of late. Remember the Sticker is all home print and only one dollar per year. Schulenburg, situated in the very heart of the best cotton grow- ing district of Texas, should by all means have a cotton mill. Mr. R. C. Boettcher stands ready to take $1000.00 worth of stock in a mill to be located in this town. Who will be next? New York, Dec. 18. Editor Sticker: Considering news of British reverses in T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 December 1899

r y ■ gggjg '■£>. •- •:"• Hi , '■ ^ Si OH Sfera ■'£ W ^-y'.; ■ 111 &•'" _ ,"• ' - W$M 'mWl :■ m w£ -i.-v llii r« And M. C. LEVEY are Two True Old Friends! CANTA CLAUS says:— ^ "Levey has for many years sold my Christ- mas Goods exactly right and honestly, and therefore my HEADQUARTER for the Holidays of 1899 will again be at S. Go there to buy your Dolls of all sizes and prices, and all beauties. Drums, bugles, guns, steam engines, railroad trains, mechanical toys, games, steamboats, wagons, tables, doll cabs, rocking- horses, glass and china vaces dressers, ornamented cups and saucers, Chrtstmas tree ornaments and wax candles, and hundreds of other Holiday Presents for the children and the grown folks. J# Go to WHO has, besides a com- plete and well selected assortment of Candies for Christmas, Cakes, Fruits, Almonds, Raisins, Figs, Dates Citron, Jellies, and Preserves, A Full Stock of FANCY AND STAPLE * Groceries! Is the place for Fire- crackers S Fireworks! 'wwi 1 i i m"m-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 December 1899

sir ara -- • Bfcsi ran ^^SggsSH <mSm ■milm mm z. ... Thursday, Dec. 21, 1899. Published every Thursday by ERNST S0ETH. mm ,$i.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as second-class matter. m A Letter Prom Jake Wolters. LaGrange, Texas Dec 15 '99. Editor Sticker: "The Sticker as a general thing is slow to comment on an act when a Court of Justice is supposed to sift the evidence and aware it ^" appears on the face of as the facts.'' In so saying you speak truly, for it is a serious matter to reflect upon the integri- ty of the Court; for the public to loose confidence in the executive or legislative department of the Government is deplorable, but to loose faith in the integrity of the Judiciary means anarchy and the consequent absolute destruction of government. .../ Your last editorial entitled ''Last Week's Court," is very gen- eral and may lead the reader un- acquainted with the facts estrr" As I understand it, you complain of the action- of the Court in in- structi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 December 1899

?wtm ^c^rkcH-: ie Table SET ROUTE AT SCHULENBURG. east: Day Train 3:21 p m Night Train 11:25 pm WEST. Day Train 1:00 p m Night Train'. 4:35 a m M. K. & T. AT LA GRANGE, G. H. McLure, Agent. NORTH. N . 4. Passenger—Daily 12:39 p.m No. 6. Flyer " 9:45* « No. 74. mixed* daily (except Son.) 4:30 ' ' SOUTH. No. 3. Passenger—Daily 5:26 p. m. No. 5. Flyer " 9:19 a. m No. 78. Mixed daily (except Sun.) 9:00 ' « flarket Report The following is the market re- port as compiled by H. Horner, and will be changed weekly, ac- cording to the highest market prices paid. changed every wednesday. Cotton, (average).. — 61 Cotton Seed..per 100 lbs 42i Corn 35 Eggs 17c Butter (cooking) 5@7c Butter (table) 10@15 Chickens (as to size) 15@17ic Roosters 10@17 Turkeys (pr pair) nominal Bacon. 5@6 Lard 7@8 I- Cotton—A heayy decline in pri- mary markets make quotations en- - tirely nominal, above about repre- M L2ITTUE STICKERS. g|| -i,. Use of Columbus was here last Friday. Mr R. C. Boettcher is at Cuero th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 December 1899

x ■ft;-: J Marble i Stolz, Prop. Crnqr\ite jytqFfet© $ 3tQtyqpy.| Grade Monuments AND FINE CARVING A SPECIALTY. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. Iron fencing at special low rates. Ask fbr prices before placing your or- ders elsewhere. Designs and pri- ces furnished on application. ZE3^ TROZI1TE INDUSTRIES! Highest market price paid for cotton seed delivered at oil mill. Will pay the cash for same or take it in ex- ^ change for hulls and cake meal, as desired. BAUMGARTEIM. ■ ■ i. ... mil. SOLID TRAINS OF WAGNER BUFFET SLEEPERS AND Free Reclining Katv .*. Chair .*. Cars • V TO $t. Iseyig, C^icctgci, f\qrigc[£ City. CLOSE CONNECTIONS TO ALL POINTS East, North and West. FIRST CLASS MEALS AT OUft OWN DINING . STATIONS: FIFTY CENTS. *y- A CONVICTS WEDDING GIFT. ' ' . . "" mm IS I ntral Hotel . . JOSEPH KAIHER, M'OR . . ian® Roon>? . . . Table Supplied with The Best. . . SRANGE, TEXAS. M.SCHWARTZ. 4.J.SHWARTZ, Schwartz Bros Proprietors of 1. X. Livery and Feed Stables, Men Meet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 December 1899

TexJU,"Univw Itf WM Me ScUU urg Oticfter. -— {Publisher* !Plain Words Jire Cver the 33est. One "Dollar a V ?. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1899. NUMBER ****** -1-I-W -H~ STRICTLY CASH, ONE PRICE TO ALL. Q■•4^*^Q^+Q+&~Q~Q~Q^+0*0+Q~0•0• | me Start of Little Prices. I ' I. | Where Dollars Do Full Duty,. | t * x s-* k -■ IE . Schulenburg's Great Dry Goods Headquarters! Bristling with bright, new and attractive goods, invites inspection of a matchless stock of imported and domestic Dry Goods, ^ CIuth:ng. Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Notions, Ladies5 and Gents' Furnishing Goods, etc. Our prices must not be over- ;; looked, for, with our large experience and facilities for buying goods, we are enabled to sell them at prices very much lower than be obtained elsewhere. A comparison is alll that is necessary. :: I: Price Pounding ©SI'?1 can & & & is popular in this store at all tiirns. ebbing season. Fall merchandise quicker the goods change fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 December 1899

MBj ll§i8ll mss® pSrSSSsl SsiM; " ••*/..•- a=ift STICKER. = Thursday, Dec. 28, 1899. gagg ' gSgte S§glE§& -.•V: v Published every Thursday by ERNST 60ETH. spi SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM mm - Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as uocond-class matter. The Christmas number of the Orange Leader was truly a beauty. sjjg fe--? SisM. SSBSji msM; We direct the attention of our readers to the fourth page of this issue where they will find a cor- respondence from our special cor- respondent in South Africa whom we have engaged at a great ex- pense. He is to blame for the stampede of the Schulen burg mules. ' We notice that some of our con- temporaries shout themselves hoarse about patronizing home in- dustries, when they themselves run patent outsides and carry large advertisements of Mail order houses and induce their subscri- bers to send their money away from home. Joe Bailey is one of the common people and is as much at home in conversation with the farmer or ranchman as at a sw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 December 1899

PpiS ■ X:-' -..-• 533SF®® IPilllff -->* «J fcjg ^"rV;' Table :t route at schulenburg. east. Train... t Train.. west. Day Train... Night Train.. .. .3:21 p m . .11:25 pro .. 1:00 p m . .4:35 a m mm J - - |fr« . M. K. * T. AT LA GRANGE, G. H. McLure, Agent." NORTH. N«. 4. Passenger—Daily 12:39 p.m. No. 6. Flyer « No. 74. mixed, daily (except Bon.) 4:80 ' ' SOUTH. No. 3. Passenger—Daily 536 p. m. No. 5. Flyer " 9:19 No. 73. Mixed daily (except Sun.) 9:00 a. m. m CITY DIRECTORY. CITY OFFICERS. Theo. Wolters, Mayor; Henry Eilers, Marshal. aldermen: R. A. Wolters, John Oltmanns, W. A. Marcee. P. F. Schaefer, Emil Schulz. City Council meets the first Tues- iy in each month, at 4 p. m CHURCH DIRECTORY. oonices are Held in the Baptist church build- ing (white) as follows: Every fourth Sunday services will be held by Rev. T. J. Windham, Episcopal. Rev. Bohmfalk will hold services every first Monday night after the first Sunday, and every third Sunday night and every 4th Sunday after? noon,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 December 1899

1 ip 1H■ v* ptI > -^av ;fl5#-V-- * siFss-? i* m <" ~ 3- =3S= Saloon. OiT.TM^TS PROPRIETORS. * CO., BJBjriXUBM, .Wauagcr. but the Best , Isiqy^- A Wine?> CigqFgi ' COLD BEER A-l-w-a^rs on Tap. BilSS! i^Er C. Wolters, Proprietor of the FIRST and LAS1 CHANCE SALOON. lers in Liquors, Wines and Cigais SCHULENBURG, TEXAS. M. C. LEVEY, Notary • Public -AT- SO HULE 3ST BURG-. ■ ■" i L 1L m%£ i -ii'.y v- ""jSt I ~*- AGENT FOR The French line of Trans-At- lantiqjie- Steamships. ,#• ' rflt §11 ^tsp '* % gtei fefl §||§0 La Grange Marble WORKS Stplz, Prop. O E Dealer In"" CfFqr\ite lytqpble ^ ^tcctqqrry.l^ High Grade Monuments AND FINE CARVING A SPECI4LTY. A11 work guaranteed to give satisfaction Iron fencing at special low rates. Ask for prices before placing your or- ders elsewhere. Designs and pri- ces furnished on application. flip - -f -• .LI!. SOLID TRAINS OF WAGNER BUFFET .... SLEEPERS AND Free Reclining Katv .'. Chair TO $t. Isciyig, Ghioqge, J\qn?«£ City. CLOSE CONNECTIONS TO A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 January 1900

^*•1 '-Univcts Ity m, £Tj|\e <§ef\utei\& enourg Otic^er. i—* Soeth, Publisher, SPlat'n Words Jire £ver the $3est. —— ■ One ^Dollar a 2/ear. —— * LUME VI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1900. NUMBER 22 ;; i-M"i-M"i"H"M i"H ■;■: H ■!■■!■■> II'W'UHWI ' i i'HUM ****** H-H W4 -I-I-I- I :■ 11 -M i1 1 I-M'-M-M-M-I-I-M-M- t<r., MK jdt- STRICTLY CASH, ONE PRICE TO ALL. Stan of Utile Mms. { BBBaMBK::' t >^«0t0|0*0*0<0*0*0>' 1 ... . i * t Where Dollars Do Foil Duty. | :: Schulenburg's Great Dry Goods Headquarters! Bristling with bright, new and attractive goods, invites inspection of a matchless stock of imported and domestic Dry Good3, >ts and Shoes, fiats and Caps, Notions, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, etc. Our prices must not be over- rith our large experience and facilities for buying goods, we are enabled to sell them at prices very much lower than ! obtained elsewhere. A comparison is all that is necessary. & & r . -■? „ ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 January 1900

i 'l*K r.'i -Ml pm? WL . - STICKER. Thursday. Jan. 4, 1900. Published every Thursday by ERNST G0ETH. — SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM m p i at the Schulenburg postofflce as - m second-class matter. ' Well, what about that creamery? It would be a good inyestment. Colonel W. J. Bryan has been swinging around the Southern cir- cuit considerably of late. He is probably looking around for a suit- able running mate for 1900. 1 The Sticker is glad to be able to present to its readers some of Lucy's entertaining miscellany. "Lucy" is a gifted young lady possessing rare ability as a perti- nent and fascinating paragraph er, and her contributions to different journals in Texas have been most heartily received by the public. The argument going on as to the time when the Twentieth Century begins is about as senseless as the 13—14—15 puzzle. The Sticker settled the contention in an article last February, conclusively show- ing to thinking people that Janua- ry 1, 1901, was the first day of the ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 January 1900

—= — Road Time Table ROUTE AT SCHUL.KNBURQ. EAST. 3:21 p m 11:25 pm WEST. . 1:00 p m 4:35 a m M. K. * T. AT LA GRANCE, G, H. McLure, Agent. " north. No. 4. Passenger—Daily 12:39 P*m< « .9^5 i 4 ill St r No. 74. mixed, dally (except Snn.) 4:80 « south. No. 3. Passenger—Daily. No. 5. Flyer " ..5:26 p. m. .9:19 a. m. No. 73. Mixed dally (except Son.) 9:00 riarket Report The following is the market re- port as compiled by H. Horner, aqd will be changed weekly, ae- to the highest market changed eveby wednesday. Cotton, (average). Cotton Seed, .per 100 Corn kISSI WmM, .....7 1 16 lbs 40c : 35 ... 12*@15 5@7c s) 10@15 (as to size) - 15@17Jc 10@17 (pr pair) .. nominal 5@6 7@8 has advanced consider- ably, bat quotations hard to realize. —-ggpaMKB bwhmwst-?-- iiWt. UlTTUE STICKERS. Texas Sunday Jan 7. F. W. Stoeltje has moved to ^HORNER'S Just Received, a Carload of the Celebrated Waukeegan & Qlidden Fence Wire, THE CHRISTMAS BALL Nails and Fence Staples, All of which I offer to the tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 4 January 1900

' pftfip South Saloon. OMtTJtMJTJrq PROPRIETORS. mi. mturttusm, * co., Manager* Nothing but the Best laiqydp, ^ Cigqpg. COLD BEER A-I-ways on Tap. |jj - F C. Walters, Proprietor of the FIRST and LAS1 CHANCE S-A-Ii003Sr. Dealers in Liquors, Wines and Cigars schulenburg. texas. M, C, LEVEY, Notary • Public AT M.L&T. SOLID TRAINS OF WAQNER BUFFET SLEEPERS SO HIJLE IN" BURG. m AGENT FOR The French line of Trans-At.- lantique Steamships. ^ Hp Mk La Grange Marble WORKS O E Stolz, Prop. Dealer In" m Qrtqr\tt© jYtqnble ^ Stqtyqpy. High Grade Monuments AND FINE CARVING A SPECIALTY. All work guaranteed to give satisfaction. Iron fencing at special low rates. Ask fbr prices before placing your or- ders elsewhere. Designs and pri- . ces furnished on application. BP TttOZUSTJE INDUSTRIES! Highest market price paid for cotton s< delivered at oil Will pay the cash same or take it in change for hulls and cake meal, as desired. SiSE&vfl*?:: ^ >r SHWARTZ, 5 ~ ' f*'. -v | '"l| IHHHH1 I. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 11 January 1900

PBHI * sr- wb&kS IPl^flfe £&&3 . v ' 5* " !g> > < * r ' ' *-■';:«> - ' • w ^Mf,t7niy«rifty kiZ -• •"* 2 (R&COi - V■ ■'"'Aii-; rtW--V\ -CV.feV |1|•..-i2fv " y •• WM^ ^JKe §ci\uteT\& enourg §tic^er -,^£$1 &W§agj wSSFS PllSpig £msl Soeth, {Publisher. 5*Iain Words Jtre £ver the ffiest. One ^Dollar a wfioags i2 - 1181 fifl VOLUME VI. ®181ll3 SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1900. ■ rM M-H-H-M-I I : M HI I H H-M-H-;- NUMBER ' i * t*l ' ihulenburg's Sreat Shopping Omporium, Uhe Store of jCiitle SPriees. 'Ditch', -■G-O X SWhere 'Dollars do J'ull 'Duty. | V * w P ,:a; B BBBcglg ' :: UProfit 71}a king Uime on 3*all and Winter Soocfs jfcas ^Passed. J -'•■ * Uhe fflig ^Popular Store Has just finished stocktaking. We fonnd too much stock in some departments which we meaD to dispose of at once. We think the only way to accomplish that end is to reduce the prices to such a point that it will make the purchase of every article we offer fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 11 January 1900

Mm gipgp ■gri, . ' 5ay, Jan. 11, 1900. every Thursday by ERNST S0ETH. SUBSCRIPTION, $i.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Sohulenburg postoffloe as matter. M "• « ess The public in general, and our patron8 in particular, are advised that Mr. E. Heiman is traveling over the county in the interest of the Stickeb and is hereby author- ized to transact business of any na- ture for us. Any favors shown him will be highly appreciated. How about that creamery ? North Carolina has 52 counties which have cotton mills. Texas should have as many before the close of 1900.- I EBSSSRK-' I rl® The farmers in the coast country are talking about planting rice anc broom corn—not only talking about it, but doing it. The Stickeb got it again—the county printing and advertising and therefore continues to be the official organ of Fayette county - ■ We are still waiting for the man who will follow R. C. Boettcher's example and authorize us to say he will give $1000 for a cotton mm. . If the special edition of th...

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