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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 October 1904

§§# m ROBINSON. Few Days. - > v. •he Nevs> Forget the Lost Five* An Atchison man lost $B la making r HnrrnmiTit and r change, and when he went home told _ _^1W his wife about It. This happened six gates ne years ago, and She hss never for- gotten It, often telling him what lux- uries, .they could afford If he hadn't lost the money. Last week their son dropped $2,000 In a poor Investment "Don't say a word to him about It," she said to her husband. "Poor boy, he feels bad enough as It Is."—Atchi- son Globe. WEAKNESS CUBED MtefeSadle Robinson, 4- Bead strteet, Maiden, Mass, writes: "Feruna was recommended to me abouta-yesa* ago as aa excellent remedy forthe troubles peculiar to our sex, and as 1fofcnd that all that Was said Of this > wee true, I am pleased toea- r#TaAocrfsevva atottihg nm :- mSSmtm M overwork ,'i ■■■M a tew day* t mjr appetite in- Ml^ja li^cP 00O0f# Christening 8hips With Wine. Christening ships iWlth wine Is a survival of barbarism. In the olden days, when sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 October 1904

SUSP ■ \7 ; —<*. : 'V/ / s / '. - yp| >; 2$S ,* • £3 Vf V4: fc-£. -,, :>1- *5 |£ We h last received a line of d Double barrel Breach Load! in a* Shot Guns, Pistols and Single ar BROS. CO. TEXAS FIFTY-SEVEN YEARS AGO AND TO-DAY. scnv&BJTBtrMte jlojbob jro.%ae • ; j S.niceM, ifcetei k p*i Btaiility. E iok "Hots: [a Ffctenta maTrait-Hsrks," jj «T« offered to inraniorj.t. " M THAIS' MUetlCBA ' JWHTKtSI. ( arii* ' SNOW S CO.! PATENT LAWYERS. L&Matt Office, *AS!«NGTG8, 0. t£;L gPggHj P ) * •" f PATRONIZE i. ■ ..' m % market pries , F<uufor cotton eeed delivered at oil mill. Will pay the eash for same, or take it in ex - change for hulls and eake meal, as desired. SS^Xy' CRH 8AUMGARTEN, K. of P. Wednesday night In their Secftlerr.ann' shall. All visiting Knights are cordially invited to attend the tn^tinsrs of the lodge A. B. CAMPABELL, C C. 3. F. JOHNSON, K. OIB.& &>. Suo Set Gamp, No. 126 w. o. w. Meets every 1st and 3rd Friday in the month. Visiting brethe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 October 1904

\ ■-sgp ■tz ®tj; t • •• * • ft •?i, fJi" T«*i« University TIN THE if. * JOB * PRINTING) Slaymond ll/infroe, {Publisher. tPlain Words Jfre Gver the Siesi. One 'Dollar a 2/ear. VOLUME XL SCHULENBIJRG. FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1904. NO. IB. ft"C BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, % in ■ DRi I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS *r66d<g of Stasiarf and Tfeoriigbhre^ y/Nv HORSES IH f RiJsterti Red Felled acd Registered Hoisted CATTLE. She famous standard bred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred stallion Panmurs are now permanently located at my Farm. Servioe of either #26.00 cash with return privilege next season, in case of failure to foal. Corres- ■ with prospective purchasers of Fine PAIiMVRE : or Oai&e is respect-f ollr solicited. 1 a - + r* IThe Best of Everything In Staple and Fancy Groceries, Canned Goods and Delicacies, Country Produce, etc., etc., k of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, and Notions will bear close inspection, and quality they a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 October 1904

•JBWsSv- S,• si -.• ■ -_ m HE 'SI ®1 / SEVERA'S Remedies. Purifier a// blood and skin di- smasts. bolls, uleers, enlarged scrofula, Iraot* .00. **4*4444**444*4***4*1 W WW^WWW WW> — ^ Severa's * Kidney A * Liver Cure £ eoantaraefs and curas all eon• ^ gastlon, gravel, bloody urine, it Bright's disease, Jaundloa and all affections of those organs. |b Prise 759 and $1.25. ^ SEVERA'S ppsilgf rail* ' 'f% 3fgp s- ■* if* ■ , mm efts® *?r. me TBMjiafe ESaiSBfj^. J&Sw it afs- ^ . ft Ik , mp ■ ■■ $ for Lungs { Positively cures |k all coughs, colds, hoarseness, bronchitis, j£ pneumonia, asthma, croup and all affections of the throat and lungs. Price 25 and 50 cents. W>WWW 1 Severa's St. GothanPs Oil ehvays brings speedy and par- manent relief in all rheumatic —" painful affections, neu- swellings, sprains. In the back and all In- Prloe SO cants. Severa's Balsam of Life strengthens and tones tcp e ve- ry organ of the body, ragulafes digestion, promotes the appe- tite, overcomes consti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 October 1904

ESP Jgllgl « ^k^^SSS^SBK. i --; ~ .-;« '.i,-yi^/^ g^H IBilllgis ■MB %•%•#_'!%;sir<$b<&-dpfedfe #? & !%• «£& ?Ts•- day, ^apsa^; ynw^sjtr- 1 of laces ^nas Keen p of several clashes between and nonunion employes P.. Sargent, n-js strike active strikers ''MMMWSM ?i{ tr ikji will, . Vernal .. deeper still! -Norman MacLeod. THE LABOR WORLD, of interest Gathered from Many flnnrfa# sources. is said to be lissioner .a tour _ an de- pots of the United States. The trip is to covet six weeks, and involves a visit to every important point along the Mississippi river, the Gulf of Mexi- co, the Pacific coast and the Canadian border. From forty to 100 stations anticipate a visit from the chief. The formal amalgamation of the in- rb the fof phe metal, rred int fA\ I charts be issued one she round matched her own. my whether Tom time to intends to pro- An Ideal Standard-Bearer. Taftleigh—"But your candidate doesn't strike me as being a man great political ability." sm—"Well, he is, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 October 1904

5pawggEggcq * s r. .... • •• V §|t|l -m v?-f- Wk:: rmsi ■ : Schulenburg^ uexas THAT I selected in 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 livingprofit One Price! To AH " Ladies' Phaetons and Stanhopes. Surreys with Canopy and Extention Tops. See Them -v .". wmm * ' mm Editor and Publisher. AH roada lead to LaGrange on 1 some of the black off them. Aud j the 3rd of November. Every white now they haye the audacity to man in th 3 county is cordially in-1 want to mix with the whites on! vited to be present, regardless of November third, ' bia political complexion. A num- have to apologize in forty-cigbt hours or light. When the British sea dogs get after the fleet it will be worse than the Japs. " #-1 ION,$i.oo PER ANNUM at the Sehalenbnsg postoCBce as matter. Teb 8tickeb incites the public to keep it 1 concerning the goings and comings of to. If you are leaving town or have i ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 October 1904

^f¥.i mm Wm mgMmm 4*MB fe/; I ^S. lB!?§2§e < st Price Paid, e t HO Cash or Trade ?c w# !S? v-a£ aWLj •***"' ;■ KSMPOBT. Candy at Meyer's. • v.. 1 THE BARBECUE. !s^dc^ldrweTkiy!Sd- S Hugo Horner relumed from a market prices paid. ■ '.visit to-Yoakum minus a ring (.? ) EVERY WEDNESDAY | Sunday. '"'"Lir......J.8 ..... • •• , - 35 I am in'it too—Levey. 35-40 | ! J : 7_i!! Miss Georgie Yance yisited Miss - ic- t Helen Huebner near Ammarms- "7Z"'.""Lio to'n1 viile last week, ZZZZZZZZZhc I Fruits at Meyer's..- Quotation. 11 ac it for you. Try us was in LaUrange butter, beeswax, of Gliddeh last. •--v, £ mm It was a good friin that ft'II Mon- day afternoon and night. Fall gardens will flourish. Try the Paul Laundry on «hirt work they are fine. Feed ebeling, Jb. Agt. Messrs. Henry Bohitnann and Chas.Voss were over from Weimar Thursday last. Orders for Newspapers and Peri- odicals will have my best attention —Levey. . Mr. Tfaeo. Wo Iters of LaG range paid bis usual Sunday call on the home f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 October 1904

PiSlK fGpMfcfgj ■ ^arafes^ s •-••<=---"*- iirtnTrfimTii ~' Our Indians. They have organized an "Injun" band The thousand boys upon our street; I'm sure no Indians in the land Our Indians can beat. They all crane out at 6 o'clock And whoop It up till 8; The biggest copper on the block Can't keep those youngsters .straight r l-; -: ~ . . a. ••• , - . . .. « With sound the air Is bursting TulL— They have no use for paleface la The chieftain's name Is Sitting Bui And all the Httle girls WL Sw, ' - T:H ii The street fepalrer came last ;#eek- Italians, :*n^^feEta$fend; And eveiry urpfeiii that oouldj sj&Hek, Turned out' to joi^the tnj<ifli[ band. •♦•••• Maj. Davis bad the reputation of a martinet, and wtenever a prl-; ambushed. The epdf uereSfeTT #«r a blgrock alongside the traiU.and Torn was on the watch" there the morning - after his escape* r S( f { r. had a voice lt| wais ifseveh ^fel0k%|be{br.e tB0 ai good 1as eofc - m*al &sa.ut a. ^ found' himself before a would make u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 October 1904

y - .* SSggp - m wfe.<vr ♦. v> •■ ■:'■ 39 MBs §lfiil v.; v^r-^la CHANGES IN SEA LEVEL. j* y* • ,• . r'-Jfi, ffif i| tjA *£mm 40&k.'\ ?t % v#i 4, Prccf That the Ocean Hae Greatly In- creased in Depth. Changes In the lovel of the sea are wen shown in the case of the Mediter- ranean. M. Ph. Nedgris, in a recent brochure presented to The Academy of Science, furnishes interesting infor- mation on this point, it being appar ent that the sea has greatly increased In depth as compared to ancient times. Formerly a bridge 3,000 feet long unit- ed Leucate to the continent. To-day it 'is submerged, but tbe foundations Df the work were discovered eleven feet beneath the surface. It may therefore be concluded that since the construction of the bridge the sea has risen at this point over nine feet. In the bay of Amphissa, Greece, there has been observed a mole that 's also over nice feet beneath the sur- face. At Rhenee there has beeD found a completely submerged dock, evidently of Roman...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 27 October 1904

:-S * A SOCIETIES. Ruben bidr Ladge E4.1 •* Home and Foreign News *• I a. o_ tt. w i i m A. O.U. W. MeetflTftgnlarly every 2nd and 4th Wednesday. Transit brethern are oordially invited attend. , M. O.'Levey, M. W. Wm. Keeper, Jr,. Recorder. Sin Set Camp, No. 129 w. o. w. Meets every 1st and Srd Friday in Mia month. Visiting brethern are cordially invited to meet with us. Chris, Baumgarten, Jr. O. O. Bad! Nordhansen, Clerk. •cmv£>MjrmVMtf juowm jrs.wm W: K. of P. Meets every lit and ted Wednesday night In their ■ecglemann' a hail. All visiting Knighta are oordlally invited to attend rlje Tn"'*Hrw>* «* the 1rt*«re A. B. CAMPABELL, CC. B. W, JOkMVOti, E. of it. 4 b. Lodge, No. 195. 4. r.#A.v. Meets on Friday on or before the first fnl) moon Id nob month. Transtentbrethren are oor dlaUy Invited to at* R. 8. T*kx*e,W M Fan Bssiino, 8ec'y . • • • . . - .. WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO., 174 I 0. 0. F. Meets regularly each'Tuesday night. Transient brethren are cordially invited to visit os....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 November 1904

, r ' - . 1^# ?**«■ .* 3%&sr& T,t" "ni"f«ilT AORTTjr DO YOU S0^$j£ {Raymond Win free, Sditor. Plain Words J%e Sver Tj/ie S3 est. One Dollar a 2/ear. VOLUME XI. / SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 3, 1904. NO. 14. THE POLITICAL SITUATION . AS THE SOUTH SEES IT. Facts Why the South Votes the Democratic Ticket Pointed Out. 4 I - \2&Ki McKIMLEY AND ROOSEVELT CONTRASTED. i - Sife: The current issue of Collier's of New York, makes a conspicuous seature of the follow- ing article, the writer having been requested by the editor of Collier's for a presentation of the political situation as yied by the south. (Copyrigbted by Cpllier'B Weekly.) "THE SOUTH AND THE NEGRO QUESTION."; By Clark HoweiL "Editor Atlanta Constitution." "You ask fop. my Views on the political situation from standpoint. " At the usual risk of offending of the tenderfeet of the 'in- and with be- ; resignation to receiye the always to be expected from the republican press when the truth is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 November 1904

WMm rj- v,. ft ■ ■ *. nrr ««. - .X m mm A BmmMm assessssise= itr.~>tfa dUHwiSlSMaa SclHilentmrg Sticker Raymond Winfsee, Publisher. - TEXAS. m mnn op everywhere. All three cotton gins at Lawton, Ok., are running day and ^ifht and averag- ing about 300 bales every twenty-four hour*. - _ ■ 1 *?? -■ Senator Bailey la In Washington throat which has grown dangerously sore from continuous apeaaing. ■?* . Allen Parker, cashier of the First t Bank of Tullahoma, Tenn., is , . ind fhe fpalts and" books lack somewhere between $50,000 and $75,- 000 of matching. Ralph Regers, a member of the Jun- of Wofferd College, Spartan- r. N. c., while playing with a load- was killed by the accidental of the weapon. A Belgian engi£gft named *. Dom- has been in ^Bl Paao some time "" sh «n EffrtoKera- several is proposed to introduce a pro- bill admitting as a State, a prohibiting the sale of liquors. ras instantly killed at Hobart by being rs of the Hobart Gin. caught and his body ■ the saws. • ■ '> ?;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 November 1904

- ■ IP? f 11 -• , ■r^^ugj mF^rn ■ tJMgS&sgllllR ■ r I , „ Severn's Heart Tonic quickly over- comes all heart afiections,dropsy, ' palpitation, im. i Several Stomach , I Bitters i ion, lm- (promote tlie circula- \r 9 '' lion, fainting (> secretions of ], ^whok^;:the stomach,;; T\'.« _ - A4 *4 k iem. s aid di«es" ^ tioii, stimu-1 • ' S \\|at©the )I Female | organs, | Damifafai- 1! increase f \ | the appetite,! > overcomes all* <> ttenstmal discr-< [«verCOflie < tiers and ^jow^jcs-^ | umiiii urm■ ^ ^ ♦ion, promoter the healthy acti ^..££■£5 «te • ^ troubles i; whole incident to ioreer- <1 nancy, <3hmJSi | system. ^ 50c. and $1.00 1 I i- i i and invigo- J) J!*! rate the < 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. Seyera's Wafers for Headache and Neuralgia quickly and per- manently cure* all forms of headache and neura...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 November 1904

m Sticker. WINFREE, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION, $i.00 PER ANNUM t \ • at the Sohulenburg postoffloe as matter. The Sticte* Invites the public to keep It posted concerning the goings and comings of the town. If yon are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a line that we m^ make note of it. But be sure to sign your name to It as an evidence of its genmneness. md THE HAPPY MAN- THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1904. OUR CHOICE For Presidest aid Vice-President. Only five more days. What is the matter Glenn, has some one been robbing your for tne wrong way? Vote ' the democratic ticket straight. Yon will not have to m scratch any part of it. Next Tesday is the election. It is yonr duty to cast your vote for you r choice and it is earnestly de- sired that the voters of the city vote as early as possible. Do not wait until the last moment. You might be too late. Are you going to vote for the tool of the "grafters", who have been robbing the tailoring class and the small...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 November 1904

mSmm mmm — SPMpj ISIS I - .--,> ., . HORNER'S WANTED CARD OF THANKS. ft I llplii ■ ■■ ■' ■ 1000 q Highest Price Paid, either Cash or Trade At HORNER'S. We hereby offer our earnest thanks and appreciation to all of our friends who came forward to assist us duning the fire alarm on last Monday at our residence and assure them that same will not soon be forgotten. Respt., Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rose RJBFOMT, The following is the market report as compil- \ *T ■— • in* ed by H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- It to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY wednesday Cotton new per lb quiet 8 3-4-9 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 65 Corn new — 35-40 Eggs — 14 Butter (cooking) 7—12 Batter 'table) io- CWckens (as to size) 12-20 Roosters ...... 10 to 17 Turkeys per lb- 7c Bacon 7c Lard. 7 Cabbage — Potatoes. — Cotton: Weak Butter Market:—No Quotation. Chix wanted. Eggs: Firm Turkeys fair demand. - fei- Fruits at Meyer's. Mr. Aug. irtrunk of Oakland was in the city Saturday. Herring, mackerel,...

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

■<>' -- pi1: ! v/^*-' ^ | HSHSRS11I1 ■ fpfc &&$>'I tl —— . WORLD'S WRITE A8TOR AN UNHAPPY MAN. ELECTRICITY ON THE FARM. aBSP* m "*§§Pi Bps; Hip tm ft--.. |;?s; H i|fW> 1 - ■ J\- llgfv- William W. Astor, has returned to tills country—for a visit. He has come over to take a look at that ° part of Mew York which he owns. That is no small part of the metropolis. He is said to hold the fee of fifty square blocks of New York property, and more rent is said to be paid to him than any other individual real estate owner in the city. Yet Mr. Astor does Dpy D ; fie this country because he could not be happy here. New York insisted that he should pay more taxes than he thought he ought to,, and the news- papers here did not treat him with respect Which he considered due to his station and his money. So he went to England and renounced his allegiance to the constitution of the United States and became a subject there. But even there he has not been strictly happy, if all repo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 November 1904

Sill BSBp mm m -. -m .mm fiiitrn* rm££ZaS>m Century Magazine. magazines published in States, the "Century is eas- th'e peer. It sets the all, and tew, if any, ' with credit. It enumerates i contributors many of this : writers. The new vol- wlth November, and 3t interesting articles, se- ld novelettes to appear sador White's iRemi- Mission to Ger- • interesting and in- j), a si* part serial; Alice Hezan Rice, author of the Cotton Patch;" Humphrey Ward; a f the first rank, entitled, eking Skies," by L. Frank , member of the Century edito- staff and made famous by his stical sea ballads, ana other writers too numerous to mention. The Christ- **? number of the Century will eclipse all previous efforts in Ameri- can magazine building, embracing ng its contents catchy holiday sto- _ and thirty-two pages of pictures in tint. In conjunction with the liter- ary supremacy of this popular period- ical, other features to appear will be "Great Inventions," described by their inventors, "The A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 November 1904

• mill essrMI"*" mmm™. us mm0gMMy^¥§?vi- .U. W. ly every 2nd and 4Ui Transit brethern art to attend. M. 0. Levey, M. W. Jr.. Recorder. vmm MsOb&b jro.zae of P. Meets ererr 1st and *td ■Wednesday nig: are :ht la their all. Knights I ed to at meetings of the lodge k. B. CAMPABELL. CC. P. JOHNSON, K. otk.Ati. letglemann'a hall. All Tiaitin* Knit cordially invited to attend LOCOMOTIVE. Which Requires Oil and Water at Long intervals. I I Lodge, No. 195. ; '■* «. jr. at .n. Meets on Friday on or before the drat full moon Id eaah month. Transient brethren are cordially invited to at- tend. R. 8. Tawws*, W, M Faio Ebblihq, Sec'j WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174 I CO. F. ■ Meets regularly each Tuesday night Transient brethren are cordially invited * visit as. Wm. Cornelson, N. G. Neill McKinnon, Secretary. Camp, No. 120 w. o. w. HMta ST«7 lit «nd ard Friday in th. Visiting brethern are invited to meet with us. Baumgarten, Jr. O. O. Nordhansen, Clerk. m WWmm ..THE mmm -■ IsM pay the eaah fair ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 November 1904

W-" -• . - 'T«!W Uuirer^Iy ATTf 7 IN seIS* YOU RTISB? iiv;£NS- —— "£X- „ £tf3Sfc&£-•-' Zfeaymond Win free, £cl/tor. ZPlciin Words Jie Suer Uhe Z/Sest, READ THESTCKBB ^Dollar a 2/ear VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 10, 1904, NO. 15. ' : ££:$ am JUDGES SHOT Bloody Scenes Marked the Voting in the Pea- body-Ridden State. Mrs. Kenedy, a Democratic Judge, Was Assaulted by One of Sheriff Bell's Assistants, Who Slap- ped Her Jaws and Tore Her Clothing. WHAT WILL REPUBLICANS RESORT TO NEXT? ilk;,:. ' %: Cripple Creek, Nov, 8.—Two democratic election judges were fejlled in this district today, a Pea- body sheriff mortally wounded and a number of democratic judges beaten and thrown into jail. Idle- bolt and Chris. Miller, the judges at Goldfjeld, were shot down by one of Sheriff Bell's deputies.Thty bad ordered the deputy out of the polling place. He refused to go, ■ and turning uyon the judges shot aid killed them both. At Midway- Ed Doyle, a deputy sher...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 November 1904

agi® V-:W, SP$Ps iPSHilW < \ f| .- «>'i The Schulenburg Sticker) J^pg' TENACITY. mBi W&: Re;" ||Sfe> Ife Ba|^0?s^-^.-.*>• fATr:;:\ ■ras^ ?*-" 0- Hra-: M * i ;"W il& fep i:*W M |gf> fej' fe'V E9s Raymond Winfreb, Pablishar. SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. The Eott cotton mills, at Lowell, Mass., which have been closed for the last three months, resumed operations Monday. A force of about 1200 is at work. Tttra. B. A. Halbert, a pioneer of Bren- 4am, died in that city Friday, aged 79 .years. She was a Mississippian, and her husband was the late Capt. L. H Halbert. John B. Hunt, stage manager at a • -Guthrie, "Ok., theater, died in convul sions from drinking wood alcohol, which he -claimed to have purchased ifor whisky. >. After reaching a depth of 1,850 feet oil was struck Friday in the well at •Spencer, nine miles from Oklahoma <Jity. The well is being drilled by Oklahoma City parties. Tifton, Ga., Friday suffered the most disastrous conflagra...

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