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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 11 August 1904

gig HORNER'S MAKING ROOM FOR FALL STOCK, NOW ON THE ROAD. wm ALL SPRINC AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS AT Greatly Reduced Prices I also Slippers and Spring Shoes at Cost At HORENP'S. JBAMKJBT RHPORT. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY .. 10-101-8 .... 60 35 , 10 7—12 10- 12-20 101« 17 8c 7c 9c Cotton new perlb nominal Cotton S«ed per 100 lbs Corn new, - Eggs ir Butter (cooking) Butter (table) Chickens (as to size) Roosters - ■ Turkeys per lb- Bacon Lard. Cabbage. Potatoes, Cotton fluctuating. Butter Market:—No Quotation. Chix wanted. Eggs steady. Turkeys to hot no demand. Father Mathis is in Seguiri. Lunch tongue at Perlitz Bros. Miss Lillie Sengelmann is visit- ing relatives in Fiatonia, FRESH candy at Meyer's. It is fresh, Mr. Panl Bohlmann was in La Grange last week. frOR RENT—Dwelling. Apply to Ignaz Russek. Miss Katye Grace was in Weimar Sunday. < For first-class pianos and organs call on Schwartz & King Piano Co. Mr. Paul Schumann was in Wei- mar Tuesday ofa business. Pictures made one da...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 11 August 1904

>xgm m • BATTLESHIP OHIO DOES WELL ON HER FIRST SPEED TRIAL I$£ m mifi4 -4i>% £&§£ m' ll®! v.-'-:. •\?v 1 IP:,: m- w SBr; if*-- ■■ r'V S?:' /•V rv The battle-ship Ohio was given her speed trial in Santa Barbara (Cal.) channel Aug. 1. The course was up the coast thirty-six miles to a stake- boat opposite Point Conception. On this run the Ohio more than made the required speed, and as she swimg around the stakeboat at full speed was half a minute ahead of tl.e time required to make, eighteen knots. On the run down the coast the tide EVA BOOTH A GREAT ACTRESS. Salvation Army Leader Bountifully Equipped by Nature. . The Canadian contingent at the Sal- vation Army congress in London was under command of Miss Eva Booth, the "unconscious actress," whose wonderfully dramatic manner was the astonishment of all who heard her speak at the gathering named. Her tones are sweet, full and vibrant with passion and her enunciation is flaw- less. As she approaches the climax of an appeal fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 11 August 1904

"♦•life " fin — ^ * K'"i J? * x ; O.Hrf r ■r nn. & v ££111 '-V sl.^S Mrs. Hughson, of Chicago, whose follows, is another woman in high >sition who owes her health to the use of Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, "Bear Mrs. P^nkhah:—I suffered for several years -with general s and bearing-down pains, caused by womb trouble. My appe- fitful, and I would lie awake for hours, and c6uld not sleep, . I seemed more weary in the morning than when I retired. After one of your advertisements I decided to try the merits of Lydia i*s Vegetable Compound, axid 1 am so glad I did. No one the good it did me. I took three bottles faithfully, and k - r ^ i ■■. \ TICKLE sr BYRON WILLIAMS yps g|igpH ;:fe ,'Sni: -™ Hughson, 347 East Ohio St., Chicago, HL . Ptnkham Tells How Ordinary Tasks Produce Displacements. ly trifling incidents' in women's daily life frequently produce i of the womb. A Blip on the stairs, lifting during menstruation, k a counter, running' a sewing machine, or attending t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 11 August 1904

-■ SOCIETIES. Sin Sit Camp, No. 120 w. o. yv. eeta every 1st and 3rd Friday in the month. Visiting brethern are cordially invited to meet with us. Chris, Baumgarten, Jr. O. C. Rudi. Nordhansen, Clerk. men pimBjtb titt e iuojogb jro.a-26 ; K. of P." Meets every 1st and Sid Wednesday night In their Senelemann's hall. All visiting Knights are cordially lnrlted to attend the BB«etinsrs of the lodge -A. B. CAMPABEtL, C C. I. F. JOHNSON, K. of R.& S. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. 4. f. *\m. .w. Meets on Friday on or before the first full moon lo each month. Transient brethren are cordially Invited to at- tend. R. S./Tanns*, W, m Fbis Bbeling, Sec'y WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174 i. 0.0. f. i*. gig xSaBS&&' &>. * ..THE Prescriptions Carefully Filled. .. te.i J. i.SCHWARTZ < t. X. Livery and Feed Stables, Hut Ml Train ' ' V Buy, Sell and Exchange Horses.' MatastarttTwu. U white star AKERY Kohleffel, Prop. reet, next door east of est's Beef Market A 'your patronage solicited. — j ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 18 August 1904

IfH ItllP \ . ■ 1 , IIP - . V : i&r/; = i .I — Ti™ t,,,ivereftyAUSTTi * - ■ mm & S PBINTIN® \otitf Winfree* Publisher, ZPiain Words J*tre Sver the S&est. One ^Dollar a 2/ear. = ■ ■ lllip ■—: VOLUME XI. SCHULENBIJRG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1904. NO. £. * §ti® VAllH ■ ; Stock Farm, OR, f. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS Breedtg of stiRftrf and Tiiorcugfelired HORSES M«f RgistsrwS Red Felled ssd Registered Hcristem CATTLE. _The famous standard bred Stallion J B, and tbe celebrated thoroughbred stallion Panmura are now gennanently located at my Farm. Service or either $25100 cash with return privilege Best season, in case of failure to foal. Corres- with prospective purchasers of Fine : or Cattle is resDect-follv solicited. PANftURE .iff* -She & ■- V If $ i 4 In Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods and Delicacies, Country Produce, etc., etc., m*m-a p My stock of Dry Goods, Clotfoing, Boots, Shoes, \ Hats and Notions will bear close inspe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 18 August 1904

*r ; * M KB ,.. m 1 SET* mf: SPEECH ACCEPTING THE NOMINATION. Judge Alton 3. Parker revived for- mal notification of hie nomination for the presidency of the United States as the candidate of the democratic party at Esopus, N. Y., on/ August 19th. The notification was brought him, by Representative Shamp i chairman of a committee rep- every state and territory in the Union. In accepting the nomination Judge Parker spoke as follows, thus giving ids first public expression on his* Views on national questions: Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of the Committee—I have resigned the office of chief justice of the court of ap- peals of this state in order that I may accept the responsibility that the great convention you represent has placed upon me^ without prejudice to the eouurt to which I had the honor to be- long, or to the eminent members of the judiciary of this state, of whom I may now say, as a private citizen, I am justly proud. . < At the very threshold of this re- sponse, and befor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 18 August 1904

s «g 11 -3-p fgp| •' .«; i I I . \ Diabet^lr-;,!^ Tha$$bod\ results' of administering s in certain forms of diabetes 1 by a French physician, se who states that he has ef- by this means. I ifty in English Cities. t has the largest proportion any English city, the j 361 per 100,000. Not- i is a close sccond, with 343 1 Immense Arizona Cactus. Tu Arizona the castas grows to an aense size, and there is ope speci- men—doubtless the largest in the wen Id—which is 232 feet high. >• :! China Has Longest Canal. The Imperial canal in China is the in the world and connects no than forty-one cities in the of its 800 miles. Red Hair as a Barometer. uman hair (red) curls and Jrinks approach of a storm, and re- tens alter the. storm. Rat Has Traits of Kangaroo. is a species of Norwegian rat carries its young in a pouch, like the kangaroo". First Color of Silk. illy the silk is colorless on leav- : 'the body of the silkworm, but itime3 it is straw yellow or Femfatae- Chameleons. sible woman cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 18 August 1904

Wm&M. WM'Wmm -.r * - m m W ■rtirTlr f • -h ■' ' -fe ^be Sticker. WiNFREE, Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM £1 a,;« PKft Iff1 Hi ^ ■ KM*®5: . - ■ m Rfei Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as second-class matter. sarsssss?'rtr u ce<*> genuineness. THURSDAY, AUG. 18, 1904. The Sticker is still receiving con- gralulations relative, to its recent enlargement. They are too unmer- ou8 to mention. The Terrell election law has caused dull political campaigns by rendering theprimaries equivalent to the general election. The Austin correspondent of the Houston Post has discovered in the Farmers' Union the nucleus of a new political organization and di- vines from sundry indications that Hogg will be its leader. He ar- gues ihat the fanners of the state combined with the trades unions would form an array at the ballot box which • would be invincible. Tilings are pretty dull around the capital about this time of the year, and the correspondent doubtless drew largel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 18 August 1904

>"?'"•? > , ■? - L'iv as? IP ;v HORNER'S MAKING ROOM FOR FALL STOCK, NOW ON THE ROAD. ALL SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS 1 GOODS AT Greatly Reduced Prices ALSO Slippers and Spring Shoes act Cost At HORENR'S. jtr^MBUsr mxJPORT. The following 1b the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord' lag to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEBNfcSDAY - Cotton new per lb nominal , i Seed per ilOO lbs ........ mew Butter (cooking) Butter (table) Chickens (as te size). Roosters Turkeys per lb- Laid Cabbage. j. Potatoes Cottoa Steady. Butter Market:—No Quotation. Chi* wasted. r steady, i to hot no demand. 10-10 1-8 60 35 10 7—12 ... 10- .. 12-20 ..10 to 17 8c 8c 90 90 Dr. Perkins has returned from Bastrop. ^ Large pail of roasted coffee for 50c at Perlitz Bros. White is visiting relA- Texas. ' * v\ Mr. J. tares in FOS BENT—Dwelling. Apply to Icnfts Rnrnnk. v Miss Seima Kueper is visiting relatives in San Antonio, iyyL-lPWP!.. at Meyer's. It is atives in 6 ke ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 18 August 1904

llliilll' i m ' IMS* ■ vs SOCIETIES. §m£ r Sir Set Camp, No. 120 w. o. w. Meets every 1st and 3rd Friday in Qm month. Vieiting brethern are -cordially invited to meet with Us. Ohris, Baumgarten, Jr. C. O. Rudi. Nordhaasen, Uierk. mVMVXXAVVM& lOPVVJTQ.'«6 K. of P. : Meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday night In their Senglemann'a hall. AH riai ting Knights are oordially Invited to attend the meetings of tha lodge ' A. B. CAMPABELL, C C. >B. P. JOHNSON, K. of K.& S. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. Meats on Friday on or before the first fnll ¥ioon in each month, ransient brethren are oordially invited to at- tend. R. 8. Tanneb,w,M FbkdEbklins, Sec'y "WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO, 174 I 0. 0. F. Meet* regularly each Tuesday night. Transient brethren are cordially invited to visit as. Wm. Cornelson, N. G. Neill McKinnon, Secretary. .THE Prescriptions Carefully Filled. •l. HOHWARTZ. I 'fi/S-K J. J.SCHWARTZ Schwartz Bra Feed Stables into. "31 Horses. Msliskare. T*u. ik m Street, next door east of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 August 1904

?A •' - Wm&M* Siaymoitd Winfree, !Pubi($her, SP/ain Words Jire Sver the ffiest. ■±2*1. \ OLUME XI. SCHULENBIJRG. FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS. IHLJRSDAY, AUGUST 25. 1904. WM ul^mtAmri JOB PRINTING One dollar a 2/ectr. , tg NO. 4. i '■'.' il BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. * 7 SCHULENBURG. TEXAS 0w « .nd B,coder .f ^ iD| Ttoroilfekrtd HORSES Aitf if Bgisttrrf Red Felled scd Figistitel KcUleU CATTLE. % The famous standard bred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thorotiebbred stallion Pan mure are now permanently located at my Faim. Service of either {25.00 cash with return privilege next season, in case of failure to foal. Corrgs- e with prospective purchasers of line or Cattle is reaoect-folly solicited. PANMI'RE m m iThe Best of Everything In Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods and Delicacies, Country Produce, etc., etc., „ - +* ■ ]' - . ' - > 1 - '-X'. . . *"* \ ' My stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Notions will bear close inspection. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 August 1904

mm? Mil ill mf w s@? i-/-■} '-■P ' m M- ""«S ?• •- A ; "4 > fT''' git* ? *' 88*:" Things That Never Die The memory of a clasping hand, The pressure of a klsa, And all the trifles, sweet and frail, That make up love's first bliss; If with a firm, unchanging faith, And holy trust and high, Those hands have clasped, thos* have met— These things shall never die. 7 The cruel and the bitter word, That wounded as it fell; The chilling want of sympathy We feel, but never tell; The hard repulse that chills the heart. Whose hopes were bounding high. In an unfading record kept— These things shall never die. —Charles Dickens. I had only one thought—Nellie had refused me. I had no idea how or when 1 the guests left, for while* that took place I was walking up and down the library floor like an animal in a cage, repeating over and over: "Nel- lie has refused me." Suddenly her brother Tom came in. "What the deuce are you doing here, old boy?" he cried. 1 only looked at Mm. "Tou do not look well...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 August 1904

>U: 'M mm few @1? bP&3P5 maw BS • •* E . \: ■i\ WOULD PRESERVE HOUSE WHERE ROBERT FULTON WAS BORN & Pp To commemorate the name and pre- serve the historic birthplace of Rob- ert Fulton, who perfected the first steamboat, Hugh R. Fulton, of Lan- caster, Pa., representing a number of prominent citizens, is again making an effort to raise by v subscription enough money1 to purchase the prop- erty, Fulton House, in Fulton town- ship, where the great American in- ventor was born. Harvey and Joseph Smith, who own Robe/t Fulton's Birthplace. * the Fulton property, have completed arrangements to build a new house on the site, but have agreed to wait sev- eral Greeks before beginning the work of tearing down this historic land- mark, and have offered to sell the place for $2,000. Several men of Lan« caster county and a grandson of Ful- ton in New York favor the preserva- tion of the property because of its his- toric Value, and have offered to con* tribute toward the purchase of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 August 1904

, v m$w'w%5 ?r |' J5/SS ■Hp- j$® 4-V £gBN Sticker. ?*; i-? HI', V.1 ifffSI SP£- fsP m ■%-'■-a, wm J mm life g§fa Egi RAYMOND WiNFREE, Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTIONj Ji.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postoffice second-class matter. The Sticker Invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings of the town. If you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a line that we may make note of it. But be sure to sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY, AUG. 25, 1904. OUR CHOieg We are bavins: now—that's good. sunny weather THE RACKET STORE. The fall of Port Arthur its near at hand, so they say. Hogg stands pat. That's the the way with a hogg, by gatlins. Will some one tell U3 what has become of "My Dear Danfurth?*' That cheerful and ready-witted in- dividual seems to have beei sum- marily squelched. Have you heard the fish stories that are being told by some of the citizens of Schulenburg who spent Sunday m F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 August 1904

1 •* , ' r**r? t ^ ■>--■:? * ?. : «! ."*1 -333 i jfpK V vfr. wm HORNER'S MAKING ROOM FOR FALL STOCK, NOW ON THE ROAD. ALL SPRING AND SUMMER DRESS GOODS AT Greatly Reduced Prices ALSO Slippers and Spring Shoes at Cost At HORENR'S. i 25 FOR 25. JffilBKST REPORT. Tli® following is the market report as compil- ed by'ff. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to thefcigbest market prloes paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton new per\lb nominal Cotton Seed per ,1<?0 lbs Corn new. ... 105-8 60 35 10 Butter (cooking) 7—12 Butter (table) - - 10- Cblckens (as to size) X - 12-20 Roosters : •.< 10 to 17 Turkeys per lb._ - Bacon Lard. — \ Cabbage - v—- Potatoes V- Cotton Firm. Butter Market:~No Quotation. Cfcix wanted. Eggs steady. Turkeys to bot no demand. Mrs. Anton Sikora visited Am' mannville Sunday, FRESH candy at Meyer's. It is fresh. Mr. Johnnie Schnhmacher of LaGrange is in the city. FOR RENT—Dwelling. Apply to Ignaz Russek. Mr. B. F. Johnson was in the city of Weimar Monday." O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 August 1904

4^; M; Vplii M SMm r.. n *. m® tl r v - r y jfe Mj H f«--. if* Sk * 21 WEEKLY PANORAMA GOE8 TO TEACH ROYALTY. Iowa Qlrl Sent Far to Instruct Youth- ful Chinese Princes. Miss May Reynolds of Sibley, Iowa, who in October goes to Pekin, China, as instructor in English, to the grand- nephews of the dowager empress, graduated with honors in the class of 1904 at Carleton college, Northfleld, l^inn. Miss Reynolds was born and brought up in Iowa, and began her education in one of the little white school houses of Wilson township, Os- MORAL OP A STORY LOST. At 4 JOnly One Part of the Narrative tracted Youth. J. H. Canfield, librarian of Colum- bia, tells the following story of an at- tempt "to point, a moral," etc. He was in the country for a few days jand was directing the work of a new !"hand," a boy of about seventeen. Like all boys of that age, he was for- getful, careless and heedless—though good-natured and willing. Working with him one morning, the librarian thought he would indirectl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 August 1904

" ° " - ' ■ "■ 1 - m-V^RNe ww#' 5 } :m .: - A- - 1 ~ m •-: WiWi * ■■r "iSa&SIWi up- AT THE AGE OF 18. Lfszt lch gj§ of Muaiefan d In Paris. relic of Liszt has at Paris. At the age Don Sanche," the was written by The- in the course of his career, author of 250 pieces for the and by De Ranee, who is not to have made any other effort tic literature. After four per- "Don Sanche" retired intc ty which befalls the major- *vj of literary and musical eGorts. The MS. was believed to have been de strayed in the lire at the Rue L«epel- letier, but M. Jean Chantavoine has found the score in the Bibliotbeque ds l'Opera. It fills two, volumes and con- tains in all 837 pages. Apparently ,it "Don Sanche" is cot a very original production. The music even of Liszt at the age of 13 could hardly be more an echo. Nor does the libretto exhibit any great amount of novelty, the theme is taken from a tale by Who calls it Portuguese. The population of Greece is said to be.' increasing faster than that of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 25 August 1904

is*. ^JR - "-' - f~' vJC w '- r ' * &.Ji Igg SI 5 1 ■■" ■iin t, : —— S€C:£TIFS« i ■! -V . . e«s ~i -sr3-"«*J sp-' SP 1 E&&vV. Son Set Camp, No. 120 w. o. w. Meets every 1st and 3rd Friday in the month. Visiting brethern are eordially invited to meet with us. Chris. Banmgarten, Jr. 0.0. Kadi. Nordhausen, Clerk. men cjLJBJTB vu a iodcb jro.wjo K. of P. Meets every 1st and Sid Wednesday night In their Senglemann'e hall. All rial ting Knights are cordially invited to.attend ■"he tl ' lo-ijfe A. B. CAMPAB1?LL, CC. B. F. JUiiu>oo>, K.o£ ti.&b. mmB. r 183 J Lyons Lodge, No. 195. 1$^ r li|^# - '• &£ wi Smi Meets on Friday on or betore the first full moon In eaoh month. Transient brethren are cordially Invited to at* tend. R. 8. Tanner^W M Frb d Ebelino , Sec' y WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174 L 0. 0. P. Jnpg£*£ - 1 ' ESU Meets regularly each Tuesday night Transient brethren are cordially invited <0 ftstt us. Win. Comelson, N. G. Neill McKinnon, Secretary. fcy'--.' i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 September 1904

. •?*'ft T«« Unirersity AUSTIN EMt gee SW&Kff-i3 * I -ytv~'.:.. _..rJ a SI. THE SI. r-Vr^--^'" ■ iS^T:- H& :/-'V 111111 STICK BR JOB * PRINTING {Raymond 71/in free, {Publisher, {Plain Words Jtre €ver the {Pesi. One ^Dollar a 2/ear. -v - i'• r:, HSS&F " ,:"7 "S1- 'Vvif 3g &gp BP? ■ • voLiiiUfc: xi. SCHULENBIJ KG. FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS. IHIJRSDAY. SEPT KM 3KR 1, 1904. - 1 -i L NO. 5. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. it.o. x- -v." SCHULENBURG. TEXAS Owner and Breeder of fifrrfrril {Ml ThorCD^tfEd sftow srh\. yr^\. horses Aetf cf rg,ls{£rtd Red Felled m Utlittiu U!stc!P CATTLE. The fairous standard bred Ftallicr J B, and the cekbraJfd 1hojof|lbied staliicn Fctimur* •re now peiirsrcntly letsted 8t iry Fsim, Service of either $25.00 cash with return privilege " season, in case of failore to foal, Carres pondence with prospective purchasers of Fine stock or Cattle is resoect-fuliv solicited. pANMVRE * ' m -i Hf Best of Everything In Staple and Fancy G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 September 1904

s.;. •. r* r l-, *M$i -i«f >V„ , .. \ •? T?*" B®t Lts 3S Jf. > ,/• *"rv<jj\" :'" mt. *wwHiSPSS Hife ••„ - -- §3 pit HE V1 •' PI *|pi , Mill £ .*•*' ■ i'\ $81 ft! Cver tlie Iron Trail. Outward and outwarj on wings of steam 0\er the iron tra'i , While the hills and valleys drowse and dream. With a greeting loud and hale. The hosts of er leavor journey fast And earth grows r.lch with gain— ■While the room for the soul grows still more v st • ' . * On the fc-oe of the fertile plain. For the trains that speed on the golden W est Carry !.e ages there— The lov.- that fashioned the. plowshare i The (>jod that makes life fair: And r ith every thought that foAis a ♦lilng. With every deed that Is done. v The notes of man's new song outring And a victory glad is won. There is knowledge to save the toiling hand. Fine art to pleasure the eye. And Increasing chance for the faithful band Who.'yearning, try and try. The poor grow braver, the rich more kind. There's a growing love of love...

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