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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 October 1904

IMmm Wmm MM H&KMxbX' ■ frnfci ta&iiilrt i.Mifi . ■ - :. .■,. - wA... Vnhc^WWf %> IS ; Black and White Combinations. Black and white combinations are probably the most chic creations that the modiste can give her patroness, bat at the same time the most dif- ficult to render artistically. Just a trifle too much black at the wrong place will give too heavy a line of contrast and the entire gown loses all Btyle. In one effective gown a white chif- fon cloth tfith hair-line stripe of black and black novelty lace are used over a foundation of white; taffeta veiled with a very sheer moufcseline de soie. This underskirt is circular, fitting closely to yoke (depth and is habit back. A plaited ruffle finishes at hem. Over this the mousseline is in five gores with a deep graduated flounce, Slightly fulled, and edged by a ruche. The chiffon skirt has panel front, a full flounce the depth of one beneath and gored sides, shirred in yoke ef- fect with tucks and again above knee. MiEli ...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 October 1904

For * u that will appear in The Next Issue and Read It Carefull iwJSSHlSfc 11 *v% - . |gpgg^: f m tihrmm mmt, Edltorand Puffier SUBSCRIPTION, $ I. oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Soh'jlenbnrg postpffi-ee ceoot!r<-class matter. * : The Sticker invites the public to. keep it posted concerning the goings- and ccminps of the town. IS you aro leavi-g- town or hare friends -visiting you or departing, drop us a line that we may mak^ note Ot it. But be Euro tosigu your uamo to it as arf evidence of its THURSDAY. OCT. 6, 1801. oum eM&itiB Ms: For Presiaent and Vics-PresldeDt, if; <: \ -- No, the gusher hasn't come in yet. V:?-' flj Did you say that the Baltic Flee had sailed? - / Fail is hepe, but not the fall ,sf Port Arthur.. 'yV. M & m Ain't it hot for this season of tlje year? "Never hearn teli of sech afore." We acknowledge with thinks a complimentary pass'to the Sao Antonio Fair which takes place this month. It seems that the Houston Post is the only one that is taking any in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 October 1904

meki.- . . mm.. ;- ;"a,«iwju. "'r[~*r' ' V - " '"' .v' Slllii IP%] HEnjg iSm " ■':' |v rlitz Bros, will tell you in their Page "Ad" next week of the pretty things they have for sale. HORNER'S WANTED ► Highest Price Paid, either Cash or Trade At HORNER'S. JVMtKMIT RJKM*OMIT. The following is the market report as compli- ed by H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton new per lb quiet 8 3-4 9 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 80 Corn new - 36-40 Eggs 121-2 Butter (cooking) — 7—12 Butter (table)— 10* Chickens (as to size) 12-20* Roosters - 10 to IV Turkeys per lb— - 6c Bacon - 7c Lard - 8c Cabbage Potatoes Cotton: Owing to heavy receipts and, high bureau report a heavy decline has taken place. Butter Market:~No Quotation. Chix wanted. Eggs: Waaker ' Turkeys fair demand. ■as - . gf.V * . %-f WiLtis&j : W:- -' i Fruits at Meyer's. Wateh for Perlitz page ad next week. Mr. Raymond! Vacek of Am- mannsville was in the city Tuesday ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 October 1904

MM. iifiVi-fflfV .vv zzxmmstmms .7 , y. > t.. Fellow Musicians. ■HiMi* ft■ ifc When supper's cleared away at last, Anfl feeble groWs the day, And stars are gathering thick and fast Out there across the bay, The bull frog basso clears his throa* And night birds pause to fling Forth to the breeze a tender note And Teeny starts to sing. She's only just a little lass Who sings straight from her heart To help the hours of toil to pass — What more availeth art? Out from the kitchen rises aweet / Her childish caroling. The twilight choir -is not complete Till Teeny starts to sing. —Washington S'tai. i m f33£S33E£ m,i w m kp '<■ 1 w !*i I If m hp- t Merton, head of the ship- ping firm of Merton & Co., prospered and grew obese with his good fortune. His progress westward had at length culminated in a pretentious mansion in the charming suburb of Richmond, where he looked forward to spending the rest of his days in placid content- ment. It pleased him to provide a lib- eral hospital...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 October 1904

Mmj&rs si *-. ■ s.sjNsr' Hi I - ' y-V>^w ... W8?Hg Sggggt W|p :v | •*. . BYRON WILLIAMS *S-A W&3 HH ; ' 5% sSSSl p>3 fcpJksa A f any^women afe denied the happiness of*® children1 through derangement of the genera* tive organs. Mrs. Beyer advises women to use Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound* : .•V Mrs. Pinkhak :—I suffered with stomach complaint for I got so bad that I could not carry my children but five months, hare a miscarriage. The last time I became pregnant, my me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, the first bottle I was relieved of the sickness of stomach, to feel better in every way. I continued its use and was Led to carry my baby to maturity. I now have a nice baby girl, and can work better than I ever could before. I am like a new wo Frank Beyer, 22 S. Second St^ Me ride n, Conn. *5' -"*{ - # : '• ' case which proves that no other medicine in the world accomplishes the same results as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. w Dear Mrs. Pinkh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 6 October 1904

v w '• ' ftl S Sip .- ; '" 't !«- •- .- ■ . v" t * ' * i ., A >.« -1 , Sn:'," -- ■ &Ktr* -VI. aUSrn SOCIETIES. s iSI H Son Set Gamp, No. 120 w. o. w. Meet* every lit and 3rd Friday in the month. # Visiting brethern are cordially invited to meet with ua. Chris, Baumgarten, Jr. O. 0. Rudi. Nordhaasen, (Jlerk. BCB VIjSJYB tXMt6 JLODGB JTO.'t'ZO N " - ■ • \ K. of P. Meets erery 1st and Sid Wednesday night tn their Secglemann's hall. AH Tlslting Knights are cordially invited to attend the m et1n?s of the lodge A. B. CAMPABELL, CC. B. P. JOHNSON, K.ofK.&S, s'• Lyons Lodge, No. 195. ■ @?*3p IP ' Jl. JF. * .It. Meets on Friday on or before the first full moon 16 each month, transient brethren are cordially Invited to at- tend. r. 8. Tannhs, W, m Frsb Ebxlino, See'y WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174 I. 0. 0. P. i Meets regularly each Tuesday night. Transient brethren are cordially invited to visit ns, Wm. Cornelson, N. G. Neill McKinnoc, Secretary. .. .THE 11 r';,r f Preicriptioni Caref...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 October 1904

■■m-M Raymond Win free, Sditor, !Plain Words Jire Sver TJhe S3 est, One *Doltar a 2/ear. VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 13, 1904. NO. II. i I Cost Sale. Cost Sale. a : r-j mm liilpf? ' K-l fefe-- ^§|§i*; lifiISS ' • , / \ i ' " AVING Decided to make a change in business, we will sell our entire stock of New and Seasonable goods r' at COST for CASH. This is an opportunity to buy your Fall and Winter supplies cheaper than ever sold 0 in Schulenburg. Sale has begun and it will pay you to call early and avail yourselves of these genu- 6 ine BARGAINS. Do not wait, everything will be sold quickly without reserve. ^ — Below We Mention A Few Items. ——— In Dry SSgf.M- . jtfte. it\ a'1" * " gg. jjSESfe.giy JfeSto?. v,. 3t: , a?'H- RK m r i-- Hp.fr ; fihr- '' < ' ' it Ik . v' " • '*■' i~ Sp rajSypr Shoe Department Men's Oil Gr&jn Shoes Buckle and Congres price P( IP 11.50 will sell at- via ID Same as above made by the Giese- cke Shoe Company, price I I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 October 1904

rmmSM 1 m fm&'W1? - ^ . —- wWlifctW/jfefrlMiir •mmmmttmrnlm '.wwT.ri MBHnawiatr tfttufc ass «:*! Raymond Winfkek, Publisher. SCHULENBURG* - TEXAS. I .'-■■-iv? ALL OVER TEXAS. -V-*'. pS ■EH&sgg iSS® Carroll Sturdev&nt, a young man hear Ben Franklin, Delta County, was thrown from his horse and killed Sun- day evening. The promoters of tha* cotton -ware* house plan claim that ..they have as- surances of plenty of Eastern capital i to float the enterprise. A Delta County farmor named Black fell from becoming overheated on the way to the oil mill at Cooper and died within an hour. There is much interest being mani- fested in a proposed electric line from Farmersville to Sherman via Blue Ridge and Whitewright. , The morning train now running from Dallas to Athens will soon run to Jacksonville, making several new towns and new connections. m IJlg mi- m *: I m * "To be happy," advise a magazine writer, "fill yourself with sunshine." You will get the same effect by let- ting some...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 October 1904

Wis -3^BL 1M " £ =* 4^|f;t ■£« A MP*I1$^$£@ M P t§l %" ' RSSlf ^jw :^F(jX4* '•"' i ~" ^ V>>L *.>•' ;v < SSISSIifeSI ...'. > ,\ T-fr, j| " p|? -f ■pel f. .k'J| Iwii W&WSikiv ~|fc %■.?& Mi r ®8ej 21tsSw^/ IS * M iWli |A'" . IBS ;,-• : , - it-'M^iy r^rtf-'.v * m •>;v^ Ifek' mmM/i s> "*"! £ *• * v •*. - v; <.••-*•.- - .? _ Jrs. Anderson, a prominent society ^ woman |of/ J acksonville, _v Fla., daughter" of /Recorder!of Deeds, West,-who witnessed her signature to the following letter, praises Lydia R Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. u dsas Mbs. Pinkham :—There are but few -wives and mothers who have not at times endured agonies and such pain as only woihen know. I wish such women knew the value of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It is a remarkable medicine, different in action from any I ever knew and thoroughly reliable. * «I have seen cases where women doctored for years without perma- nent benefit, who were cured in less than three months after taki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 October 1904

v- Wjgi ■HBHHBHp! w w"^*: I | HI >e Sticker. WfNFREE, Editor and Publisher. 5CRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM at the Schulenburg poafofflce as ond-elass matter. The Sticker Invites the public to keep it "I concerning the goings and comings of town. If you are leaving town or have visiting you or departing, drop us a ! that we may make note of it. But be sure ' i your name to it as an evidence of its aeness. 5/ ' THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1904. our choice For President and Vice-president. At last the Bear has decided it. It is oar opinion that not advancc as rapidly as ited. to he he Much tiouble and ill feeling be- tween the white and black races of the South resulted from the Booker Washington dinner, but the first murder traceable to it was committed in Dallas a few weeks ago. The {Sticker is almost rifraid to put in print its ideus about what may happen during the next four years if Roosevelt is elected. LETTER TO E. B. KESSLER. Schulenburg, Texas. Dear Sir: Mr. Frank Robinson Titusville, P...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 October 1904

"'v ■ r:;^;?4-v •3. -*•■' A*"? r 'S LOST OR STRAYED. I 4 Highest Price Paid, either Cash or Trade ' V'#- ' ; ' ■ ■'-■■■""-Z"r: -.;:"V ' ■ ,-■• f -":v At HORNER'S. A pointer dog, white with large liver spots; both ears brown. Also small liver tick spots. Informa tion leading -to his recovery will be liberally rewarded. W. E. Perlitz. - HI _ XHJROBT. z ~ mmmmmrn. Is tbe market report aa compll- and changed weekly, accord- market prices paid. evert wednesday per lb quiet 9 a-8 per 100 lbs lTl-2 - -35-40 121-2 7-12 10- 12-20 10 to 17 6c 7c 8c Weak r Market:--No Quotation. b}_.. s (aa to alxe). = gp MM <%r. Mr r you. Try us. new electric light plant will finished. Breakfast Oats, also (grits) at Levey's. Henry Voelkel was in Wei- last week on business, at Meyers. isse Holman of Weimar in the eity Saturday last _ best home made ice cream any where at F. F. Grube of Yorktown last. of Reidsyille, and other favorite tobacco '8.' [■ x v ^ Wiek and Seydler of have returned from the eyer's. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 October 1904

agrawdji mmm m | ■ ill Ulm Wm m-mm S'faiS iWKM fl | fel *..$). ; , K ' *S0P§1 i& *~ IP * •• Mj W- f. Pi s® SSgtp IP m iP* BKY¥Jrs .' *w*:. •', *r. i, %N*-. i !§ . Vv Jjp; fefpim f&jjS ill ir'1 * lisi i M^0'W% Wf*£■ -' fcf:.;.. ,-:3>. ■ i '•S* :,L ':< : '■ iP?s^ P| km M W* IP ®Sf.li§e r--- Mto hU SEVERA'S Family Remedies. HWWWWWWWiWW*fWWWW WW' >!« ## J Serara'i i Severn's Blood Purifier Kidney & _, eons a// Mood ancf slt/a d/« c* amass*, bells, ulcers, enlarged j glands, salt rheam, *erofala, '1 blood poisoning and all venf- /m/ affections. Price $1.00. 9> ft Liver Cure t Wj * counteracts and cares all con- gestion, gravel, bloody arlne, fat Slight's disease,Jaundice and J* all affections of those organs, gfc Price 75? and $1.25. ^ 1 t SEVERA'S [Mr. Wragg invites contributions of I any neW ideas that readers of this de- partment may wish to present, ana would be pleased to answer correspond- ents desiring information on subjects discussed. Address M. J. Wragg,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 October 1904

£&lm&8tv3$illm BI-J!!!*! j§g&^ajl,, ®$ *!■'.?'" ^L? --^t"f^ss v>ti|r iBS1 ill imMjP PUm inrfi i* ir .m1 .(i t,l urn ir fciyi1| *r'H>ri?m. rxattm*** .>w^*^r)iB,n. ilr ai ll|l ^.l«l>^W 4<tt^i<i'i'l" W' !l'><l iV'Hrin ii , ta Foreign News 18* | PUZZLE PICTUCE. RING or IRON AROUND PORT ARTHUR, JMHB ;?a i M^zoutSA *&> 6a y B4KIS3//A i *5M i ~ *. I& PORT AQTHU& own mk&mSXXyZsiti IB JXPANZSK JL/HE$ RUSS/AMS JUNES The location of hills above Port Arthur—Rihlungshan and Kikwanshan —upon which the Japanese, are said to have constructed new siege works, are shown in the map. Points from which a recent bombardment of the town was carried out also are indicated. These are Shushiyan and Pali- chwang. War News from the Far **** ■S& m HI WRm~ m ♦#* Ill -l-'t'I-IM I I H-'M- Tokio, Oct. 7.—In addressing the members of the United States clear- ing houses of "Tokio yesterday, Count Okuma, the leader of the progressive party, wanted the people t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 13 October 1904

-V , . . m: //>.• -vv w^§|| lllplmi SSiS iSB >U;W p, No. 120 ra$ W. o. w. :, ■ . r lit Mid 3rd Friday in Visiting brethern are r Invited to meet with ua. Chris, Baumgarten, Jr. 0.0. EndL Nordhansen, Ulerk. :*• Lyons Lodge, No. 195. At. W. f rf.Jff. Meets on Friday on •r before the first full moon is each month. Transient brethren are oordially invitad to at- tend. R. S. TANKIS, W, M Fub XsELixa, Sec'; m ■ i ■ WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174 240 MILES AN HOUR. An Invention by William P. Hoffman That Will Revolutionize Steam. mi 1.0.0. p. Meets regularly each Tuesday night Transient brethren are cordially invited lo Visit vs. Wm. Cornelson, N. G. Neill McKinnon, Secretary. Robert Blum Lodge 54. a. o. u. w. V Meets regularly every 2nd and 4th Wednesday. Transit brethern 'are cordially invited to attend. M. C. Levey, M. W. Wm. Reaper, Jr,. Recorder. te MJT0.996 K. of P. ere: 1st snd Srd t la their Tleltbur Knights are oordially Invited to attend Tie meetings of the lodge A. B. CAMPABE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 October 1904

fKSWsfc ; ; :,i 9".-t iii DO YOU BEAD THE STIOKBBU ■ —Bffig A — — — — i/iat/mond Win free, Sdi'tor. ZPlctin Words Jie Sver Uhe $3est. One ^Dollar a 2/ear* VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 20, 1904, NO. 12. ■?*# BSp.'.v ■ 3 ? 7 'f0'S^ks^ Cost Sale. PERLITZ Mbmfr s r ' ■ i ^JaBPp EIKm .:X '«• . ■ -;%] H Kl| I ' Si " t I *A , -V : i «. - - ine BARGAINS. Do not wait, everything will be sold quickly without reserve. Below We Mention A Few Items. VflWVWW m m \ fifs ;.-sA S®l /.ML * t - .rVRg; m 4 >- ■ *1 '1' Shoe Department. Men's Oil Grain Shoes Buckle and Congres' price P j j C $1.50 will sell at UHilU Same as above made by the Giese- cke Shoe Company, price | A C $1.75, wjll sell at. liT'U Women's Glove oil gram lace "7ft were $ 1.00 to close at 1I If, Women'scalf lace, were I Qfl $1.60 to close at - liZU Men's calf boots, Giesecke ft r make vvere $2.75now.— ....Zi 0 Men's cpw boy boots Geise A Hfl pka make, $6.00 now T" UU ■*®™™uii^|2.50.kid shoes '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 October 1904

The Schulenburg Sticker Raymond Winfree, Publisher. Sgli SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. SLAUGHTER OF MEN IS APPALLING. Victors of the Six Days' Conflict Shocked at the Terrible I,oss of I/ife. i &-; m The snagbcat, C. M. Howell, is five toiles below Richmond cleaning out the river^and is expected in Richmond within a week: Several dealers ,in mild beer at Ard- more have been placed under $300 tend each. Some of the dealers will M light the case. A ... "* Frank J. Gould has purchased 2000 acres of land in Chesterfield county, Va., and will build a commodious hunt< log lodge on it. Mrs. Bud Kerzee, who-lived at Shl- loh. was gored in the side by a cow Konday evening* from the effects of which she died Thursday. The story that Gen. Kuroki's father ras a Pole has been exploded. Kurokl Is an old Japanese name; it is derived^ from kuroi (black) and ki (wood or" tree). F. S. White, agent of the industrial department of the Frisco system, will meet the fanners of Ravia, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 October 1904

ALL OVER TEXAS. mwwwwwwwww\ iVERA'S REMEDIES The Athens Pottery is steadily en forging and increasing its trade ter ritory. Maypearl held a roping and tieing contest Saturday, paying good prices to successful contestants. and Breeder of StSOdirtf Ud TfcorODjIHli . itfbw >Wv. HORSES AiI if Blistered Red Polled tid Registered Kolsteh CATTLE. The lamons standard bred Stallion J B, and Ihe celebrated thoroughbred stallion Panmure " now permanently located at my Farm. ol either #36.00 cash With return privilege n, in case of failure to foal. Oorres- with prospective purchasers of Fine or Cattle is resDect-follv solicited. mm BERMUDA VALLEY jtock Farm, DR; I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBVRG. TEXAS PANNVRE he Best of Everything In Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods and Delicacies, Country Produce, etc., etc., . My stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Notions will bear close inspection. In Style and quality they are up to the stand- ard, they are Honest Goods for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 October 1904

; ■S'-"> --\ v ■ - '7 It ^.i Mi " F; '.- ' "'^ - - Jf.ZP. Schaefer, Schulenbury> uexas BHES Jfc.tP.Schaefer, f Schuten burg, TJexas r THAT I selected it person while in St. Louis after inspecting the differ- ent factories. They were bought as cheap as the spot cash could get and will be sold at a small living profit I ! One Price I To A ' Phaetons and Stanhopes. Surreys with Canopy and Extention Tops. See Them eJ BB| WpIIIp n- is# ' v,- h'- ■ W3l &>r,~ ■i-f. |fe;f Ppr, IS; ' tHzTT- I IS||j£ - - ■!§ ip HH m f;fer Zhc Sticker. RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor aid SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM at the Schuieaburg postofflce as The Sticker invites the pnblio to keep it Dated concerning the goings and comings of the town. If yon are tearing town or have friends TitiUng you or departing, drop as a line that we may make note of It. Bat be sure ' t your name to It as an evidence of its THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1904. OUB.CHOICE tore saw it they marveled among themselves, saying: How bo it that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 October 1904

HORNER'S WANTED 6-' Mr jg| m ■" "a : Highest Price Paid, eitherCashor Trade At HORNER'S. .1MBKS1' KKPOhr. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H, Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton new per lb quiet 9 1~£ Cotton Seed per 100 lbs ........... 77 1-2 Corn new - 35-40 Eggs — 12-1-2 Butter (cooking) — 7—12 Butter (table).- — 10- Chickens (as to size) 12-20 Roosters - 10 to 17 Turkeys per lb.:.—. - - 6c Bacon - - "c Lard - 9c Cabbage Potatoes Cotton: Weak Batter Market:—No Quotation. Chix wanted. Eggs: Waaker Turkeys fair demand. Fruits at Meye*'s. We'll- print it for you. Try us. Prof. Eck of Content was in the city Saturday. For sale at Levey's,a Buckboard as good as new. Miss Minnie Kessler is visiting friends in Yeakum. Cigars at Meyers. Mr. Hugo Horner is visiting friends (?) in Yoakum. Me too—Levey. Cbfes. Kabanek is in St. Louis seeing the many sights. Sell your eggs, butter, beeswax, bides, etc., ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 October 1904

TZr?" '■■' mopchard a™ [Mr. Wragg Invites contributions at any new ideas that readers of this de- partment may wish to present, ana would be pleased to answer correspond- ents dealrlni iiscussed. kee. Iowa.,1 itr Information on subjects Address M. J. Wragg, Wau- 5heep as improvers of pas- mm ture. The extent to which sheep may be ltllized as improvers of pasture land is not well understood in many por- tions of the Mississippi basin. They improve pastures on arable farms, un-. :ess when the grazing is closer "than it >ught to be. They improve these not jnly by destroying many forms of noxious weed life that would other- wise grow, but where they are grazed "he grasses will also thicken and pro- iuce more food, and this result will follow even in the absence of the ap- plication of other fertilizers to the iand. An illustration of the beneficial results that" occur from thus pastur- ing sheep, on land is found in a recent experiment at the agricultural experi- ment station at Broo...

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