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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 November 1904

pjpi| ^ SEVERA'S Remedies, i * ft ft ft 5erora!s Blood |& ft ft Severa's Kidney 4k Liver Care counteracts and cures all con- gestion, gravel, bloody urine. Bright's disease. Jaundice and all affections of those organs, Price 75z and $1.25. Purifier eares all blood and skin di- seases, bells, ulcers, enlarged glands, salt rheum, scrofula, blood poisoning and all vene- real affections. Price $1.00. * * & & * * & SEVERA'S BfllSOtll for Lvungs Positively cures all coughs, colds, hoarseness, bronchitis, pneumonia, asthma, croup and all affections of the throat and lungs* Price 25 and 50 cents. * * & s& 5a vera '5 5#. Cot hard's Oil always brings speedy and per- manent relief in all rheumatic and painful affections, neu- ralgia, swellings, sprains, pain In the back and all In- flammatiens. Price 90 eants. Severa's Balsam ft * of Life ft lb strengthens and tones cp eve- i ry organ of the body, regulates y digestion, promotes the appe- (L tlte, overcomes constipation...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 November 1904

n % •f. m- ffc i' ,- S£i Zhc Sticker. RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor Ml Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION, I1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as 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, NOV. 10, 1904. Ob, well! Oh -well!—Houston Post. Oh!-? ! * *-* II 1I-t $ §!!?!? it is to ba hoped thfit Roosevelt has seen the error of his way ol of conducting things in the past and try to redeem himself in the public opinion cf the solid South in the next four years of his term. W'e ateglatl 10 uota that several more rural free delivery routes have been inspected, and in all probability, will be established soon. It will not be many days before onr country brothers will have a mail service equal to none. The eleection is over and th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 November 1904

■ 5" r •. m % m |gpp t%$r if Igli ' ■ - §j i§ § p5? :-' I# iff; HORNER'S WANTED NOTICE! All due and past dne accounts and notes of which notice has been given before if not paid by Nov- ember 15, 1904 will be given to our attorneys for suit and collec- tion. E. Baumgarten & Bro, 0 LU CORN Highest Price Paid, either Cash or Trade At HORNER'S. M4MKBT BJBJPORT. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord lng to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton new per lb quiet 8 8-4-9 Cot on Seed per 100 lbs 85 Corn new - ........ 85-40 Eggs — 14 Butter (cooking; _ 7—12 Butter (table) . 10- Chickens (as to size) 12-! Koosters — 10 to 17 Turkeys per lb 7c Bacon ,. 7c Lard Cabbage — Potatoes. Cotton: Weak Bntter Market:~No Quotation. Chix wanted. Eggs: Firm Turkeys fail demand. I am in it too—Levey. Little Mabel Rose returned from a visit to Flatonia Sunday. Get your fruits at Henry Meyer's Mr. Henry Miller of Flatonia was in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 November 1904

§§§$ Rapid Transit II m 1 jGverythlng's a rushin'— De sun goes down de west Like de headlight on an engine Dat's a-travelin' its best. De old clock keeps a tickin'; It's runnin' fast an' well, An' every now an' den you'll near It sound de warnin' bell. "W'e's done got past de roses; De wind blows crisp an' clear, A-soundin' of de whistle Case another station's near. Dar aln' no time foh loafin'; So honey don' complain. Tou's got to keep a irovln', Foh to get on bo'd de train. —Washington Star. & Br tuzAsm Qgden ITKenzie "You had better go to bed, Dora," said Mrs. Morrison to the girl who stood by the kitchen window peering out at tiie stars, "because I want you to rise a little earlier than usual to- morrow. We expect an old aunt of mine, very rich and disagreeable, and I should like her to find the house in apple-pie order. She used to be fond of Isabel, and might settle some mon- ey on her if she marries Dr. Bostwick. So go to bed, like a good girl; you'll need the rest." "Ver...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 November 1904

ppnp ,'r; ■>; •v •*' i'"~ r!:v' • LOW ORDER OF HUMANITY. Australian Buahmen Make Their Abodes- in Nests. Travelers who have returned from the heart of Africa and the Austral- asian continent tell wonderful stories ■of nest-building people who inhabit th« wilds of those countries. In the bushmen of Australia we find, per- haps, the lowest order of men that is known. They are so primitive that -they do not know enough to build •▼en the simplest form of hut for shelter. The nearest they can ap- proach to it is to gather a lot of twigs and grass and, taking them Into a thicket or Jungle, build a nest ■for a home. The nest is usually built large enough for the family, and it the latter be very numerous then the nests are of a very large size. Sometimes the foliage above will form a natural covering, but there is never any attempt at constructing a pn> taction from the rain and storms. mm ■ SIS - ■ Mrs. Mary E. Meserve, of Salisbury, Mass., was cured of Anaemia, a disease in which t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 November 1904

——— P^:-: p&M"- Ivy- :-•• SOCIETIES. pi; Robert Blum Lodge 54. a. o. u. w. Meets regularly every 2nd and itb Wednesday. Transit brethern are cordially invited to attend. M. O. Levey, M. W. WmrKeuper, Jr,. Recorder. ncnxjwjwcMo tonfis jro.%26 mp'- K. of P. Meets every let and 3id Wednesday night In theli Sesglemann's ball. All Yisiting Knights are cordially invited to attend the m^etiKTs of th« lolge A. B. CAMPABELL, C C. B. P. JOHNSON, K. of H.&b. Lyons Lodge, No. I95. 4. JF. «5..Tf. Meets on Friday on or before the first full moon In saMummth. Transient brethren are cordially invited to at- tend. R. S. Tanneb, W, M pubdbbklrao.Sec'y WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174 3QCi1 0■ ; f Meets regularly each Tuesday night Transient brethren are cordially invited to visit as. Win. Cornelsoc, N. G. Neill McKinnon, Secretary. Sub Set Gamp, No. 120 w. o. w. Meets every 1st and Srd Friday in the month. Visiting brethern are cordially invited to meet with as. Chris, Baamgarten, Jr. 0.0. Badi. N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 November 1904

Raymond 10in free, Sditor\ 3*I din Words J(e Sver TJhe Sliest. One 7)o/ii ar a &e cr VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 17, 1904, NO. 16. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, OR; I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. *-*• SCHULENBURG. TEXAS Owaer and Breeder of StlBdiri Ml Ttmi{idlriiJ HORSES M if Btftterei Brt Polled tti aijlstuil UditM CATTLE. The tsmons standard bred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred stallion Pan mure are now permanently located at my Farm. Service ef either #85.00 caebwith return privilege next season, in ease of failure to foal. Corres- denoe with prospective purchasers of Fins I respect-f allv PANMURE er Cattle is solicited. COT TON Must be handled by EXPERT do- ners if its delicate fiber is to be preserved and the highest market price realized from its sale: -€§ BRING IT TO MB & Lumber, Bxiilders' Hardware, 'Wr Jfk\ ' J- W<$r; ' %£ ' ■ £Ceaa?se ±xl Ooan eoticm.. n ■ sllpl m. m mmf® 5 JFf i-V nHffl' SSP ELD RIDGE KING W successo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 November 1904

I ■; Wm i§£- pp The Sehuienburg Stieker Ratmokd WIsfrejS, Publisher. SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS. to the path iVfrappy couple who were married ift an automobile. On raising the lid off the Panama teapot no tempest worth mentioning has been disclosed. Young couples who are married in automobiles are always exposed to the danger of an early falling out. Portugal has a new cabinet, but Por- tugal is too orderly to haYe any right t# expect to attract public attention. The woman who has posed as the late Jay Gould's widow continues to die frequently, and the mourners are few. Reginald Vanderbilt paid S€S0 for a box at the Chicago horse show. Ha could have got a pretty good horse for that. As a discourager of the boil weevil the Guatemalan ant is acknowledged to be one of the worst failures of the season. Old-fashioned marriages were made in heaven. A marriage' ceremony re- cently was performed over the tele- phone. Hello! It appears that most of the nations are willing to have another Hague pea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 November 1904

§s|h| £0$) <~C - ' & r ri, >, ' "' ;, ; • -- . _ -• •' -.•-. tj ■ (:'. .... ■ill pfel ISlaSl ^ ' 1 r % . •:: ;■ :"'.^ :■; ' - : • ^ a ^ V:-; - ■ ; ;. ■ ; ■' -v ' " " ~ ) _ - - ■■■■i • r'-j •; Hk^S''- 3^?sm0&s&m rjy ^Stt: ' '/v-vi ; ":. OF HOUSES AT TIBBIE ARE FIRED UPON. ME KiCRO HAS BEEN KILLED. v - |1S! s/ifeS Was Struck on the Head as Hs Walk- x ed the 8treets of Chester a Few Days Ago. Colmesneil, Texas, Nov. 15.—It has been stated by several men who reside near Chester, a station on the Mis- souri, Kansas and Texas, twelve miles from this place, that there seems to be a reign of terror existing among the colored population in that vicinity, especially at Tibbie, a negro settle- ment five miles from Chester. The trouble was caused from the death of a negro. It seems that some unknown party hit him in the head with a blunt Instrument while walking on the street in Chester one day and he died a day or two afterwards from the ef- fects of the blow. This occurred a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 November 1904

:ws-- mm" MB. ~ . P Kl m S^jSy.V. Jtflft. rfefc :' Hlfe ; ;«•- HS& iilfe yss ••THE MINISTER'S SON." 8AYM0ND WIHFBEE, Editor and PubSTsfter. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postxJffice as matter. The SncmfK invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings o£ the town. If you are leaving town or have friends.visiting yofl or departing, drop «s ft Line that we may make note of it. «But be sure , to Sign your name to it a* an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1904. Have you purchased tbatlhank?- giving turkey yet? From all signs there will be shortage on rural in ail boxes. no Wouldn't "Ain-ot-alf| jar y> u? Now how would ifc(jrrnb-ne-luhcs''? suit you? An invitation is acknowledged with thanks to the carnival ball at Flatonia on the 18th inat. Hon. John M. Pinckney was re- elected by a handsome majority, notwithstanding tbejnany plots to beat him. We acknowledge with thanks a complimentary ticket to the "Np- tau-oh" ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 November 1904

llips® yMrii & ' ?. zj Vf- ' " 4 n v . m HORNER'S -i HOLUB-ERM1S. splffeS# S Highest Price Paid, either Cash or Trade At HORNER'S. .V.fKfiSI' MSJBJPOB 3P. The following is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord' UttR to tie highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton new ptr lb quiet 8 3-4-9 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 65 Corn new.. — — 35-40 Egsrs - - 19 Butter (cooking) - 7—12 Butter (table) - 10- Chickens (as to size) 12-20 Roosters —— 10 te 17 Turkeys per lb.— - - - 8c Rupoii 7 Lard. — —..... 7c i apoasce ...1.....*. Potatoes — Cotton: Steady. Bu tter Market: --No Quotation. Chlx Weak No demand. Egjfs: Fins Turkeys fab demand. We'll print it ,for yon. Try us. Get your fruits at Henry Meyer's Mr. Tate McKay of Hackberry is i Houston, Ap- m - A good milch cow for sale. ply to W. E. Perfits Mr, Chas. Luecke is in Gonzales looking after his property. Everything in guns, pistols and ammunition, H, P. Schaefer. Miss Minnie Sergelmann is...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 November 1904

Illlll * It -J i &S&22S&- * * 4* ""^S-. v>2"" ''s- ',■•: "'' - '-•= 1 v;.^ : .1 Kwii iiiillll : j :^' . ■" Sot . WwnsfoVmrr irti iMhtrrifrWri jj^agiy tfiMn WiJMl'ftfiM IBIl F-i. 1 | llllfr' ©Kp 111 p -v ■Hi Ptggi ;' ;-:i . - IM-II;: H Hp? j£ J - M^"v- &/'&-- LOS?-?: ©§#; ;' iw g>v: ft. *& f- $ 'Hf J * in '.: •US* Popular Crepe de Chine. Tbe way that fashionable folk have adopted the crepo de chine craze is really something to marvel at One sees it In the smartest of shirtwaist suits for morning wear, with the skirt that clears the ground and just shows tfca tip of the shiny black leather shoe. One sees it in the more elabo- rate luncheon asd~ afternoon frocks, where frills and lac^s are called upon to add to the dressy effect. And one tees it in all of the newest tones, in the novel coral and geranium pinks, the new almond,*' olive, and bronze green; in the shot, the printed, and the damasse effects for the Handsom- est of dinner and ball gowns; and ibe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 November 1904

ilife W ft* « A VC, f\\~J ."h 'if-' ' •**&?** '.v, r^rr^-i^ - s KsWfr iHMmasi wtei UiM* ri£)HMi*a*NMN«M«lrt .:?r. TERRIBLE •* *- ; Iht gc/S girt goes j*jpffing In the gi<kRest of gowns. The son shims softiy on her fa (he sorfiest ei frowns. ,<y«r the ifttn sfec chases jay^T In • fierte perspfring march. Bat her cMhes ^'t show a wnMt 'Cayse the used Defesc StartL %T ALL GROCERS ^OUNCES, FOR IGCENH Manufactured by Ik Deiifflte sard (a., OMAHA,! NEB. L2JLL. ■' •<z-~& i?r. gg| -v...,' M AMTJMEI MrPWUWAft ^CWEB$ ISLfCkEK S - tlACK Oft YYU0W iiAND KtSP Pttff U «yrOBAecttT«APe WAML f.X^ When Answering Advertisements kindly Mention This Paper. THIS YOTOG WOMAN APPEALED US VAIJT POS HELP. Whutk Hop© had Almost Settled Into Utter Despair Relief Came from an Unexpected Source, Mrs. Emma Heidebreder, of No. 1823 Joy street, Burlington, Iowa,whose hus- baud is an employee of the Rand Ltmfebei Go., tells a story of pitiable suffering: "For abont five years," she says, "1 had a ho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 November 1904

wgmm wffM Hg """ *8®,: * ; v £*f __ fe ? ;v;•— Mm! IMS L9flg||M. . Wl • ■ - y every 2nd a d iU transit brethern art cordially invited to attend. .. M. 0. Levey, M. W.- . Wrtfi Kebper, Jr,. Recorder. _v4—: — •ivnVK.njrB& JLoswm jr&.tsa every tat and •3rd ay , night In theii .ts are tod to atte&d tho 1a>tg3 'ABEpL? CC. N,K.0£H.&a«. -segrts wegm NO. 174 0, P, V Meets regularly each Tuesday night! >?>6sient brethren are eordialiy4i vfted to mit us. Wra. Qornelsoc, N.G. Neill McKinnon, Secretary. I Li" N(Jd28 w. c. w, , Meete every let and 3rd Friday i the month. Visiting brethem ate cordially l&vfted'to raeefc Wfth us. ' ' 'Chris, Baciagarfen, Jr. 0.0. RudL Nordhausett, Clerk. ...THE Emmm^ Carefully Filled, .Jy J-''?* '«Wi- •\f. I practical saving GOOD IN THE BAD Francois Barbasae left his house one morning in the frame of mind of ;i man who has decided to jump off -he Eiffel tower. Evidently there was no luck in life or him. For the tenth time in less rlian...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 November 1904

feSy .M I ™ wmm&m i i . ,, f^v £ -"f.,; * .- -v- . ' ^ ^ - ' * - Ax ,"; .,,1 r ', • — —* es5*% : ^;-¥ ' ':-7V c." do you advertise: - '#>!:• SSI ,M Un,>#^J4U8Tl SAD THE STOKER VOLUME XI. ^ ? :• m m mond llfin free, Sditor. !Plain Words j(e €uer 5he 23est. One ^Dollar a 2/ea schulenburg, fayette county, texas, thursday, november, 24, 1904, NO. 17. BERMUDA VAUEY Stock Farm, OR; I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS Breeder f stialgrf ail Tlmaghferai MORSES AN if RfistirN RN Polled ui ReglitHii HolttDi CATTLE. iv The famous standard bred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred stallion Pan mure are new permanently located at my Farm. Service ef either fS6.06 oaah with return privilege next season, in case of failure to foal. Gorres- * moe with prospective purchasers of line or Oattie is resoeot-follr solicited. PANMURE COTTON OFFICIAL CANDIDATES. Must be handled by EXPERT Din- ners If its delicate fiber is to be preserved and the highest market price realized from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 November 1904

.'OJ.. j. <wn*lii Miiiiii<rrtT^^ i iiMinariviirtr^ I fta^WTKwiwffN/fc V 'WP- ■ - ---J '•imSlm OSBaewalWiifilwiwi "Al--n^-^Yti-Ar%rrri;rhVri^)''i':^ifmT |S^?fs. fill ws r'~ -'- The Schulenburg Sticker fia.YMoNb WlNFRKK, Publisher. SCHULENBUKG; - TEXAS. fiuring the football season the yeller peril is ever present "What is worse than the sting ot a wasp?" asks an Ohio editor. Two wasps! A Milwaukee woman advertises for a man tso do her housework. What's the matter with her husband? ME " agencies for the rapid on of news there are over 136,000 barbers in the United Statea When a man has to tend his own furnace the devil gains not only a per- manent residence, but an experienced worker. BEEF TRUST TRIAL THE GOVERNMENT HAS EVERY. THING DOWN PATi packers will have To Testify Try Publicity First, If That Doee Not Have the Desired Effect Other Methods Will Be Applied. /m" Washington, Nov. 19.—It is becom- ing evident that the administration contemplates moving on what is known as the b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 November 1904

h ■ ; . ■ ' ' ' . X - : •" * f& >* -: -.<-v. "--: > •«■§£ ; • rtftMiiifiit fr ■Y>Y<WiiriATiir ■ i*0H \ - \ ; : ' •• * t. ■>••'■ mm | V'x f %£% 5 ^'v S§ : ■*r3--^Sr ' lllSlll tfe? Jl -'7-4 . -4 ■ • jlWB '. • / V rt |:;;i- fVV - ftlllfeij: SB plj -\ V "'. Sgfl^ f 1. *. ' £^y •'" . / ..^^L KV, .•• fl - BUS* '.7?.v: ■" m§M i i 9 m 5$H ■ tltei II ji ,JSSi ftf^r-S|S fV ' ' £fi m0 fe ■t. t;V SI • ■' [ [ Ml "- . mkz HP-- m NOTTOO REIGNS IN NO-TSU-OH. King of Tekram Took Charge of the Big Carnival Monday Afternoon--The Illumination. Houston, Texas, Nov. 22.—The reign of King Nottoc VI of the realm of Tekram opened yesterday most con- spicuously. Apollo, the king of day, came to the aid of his majesty of Tekram, and united they drove the rain king, Pluvius, steadily and com- pletely from the struggle for suprem- acy. In the early part of the day the result of the battle appeared doubtful and the loyal subjects of Nottoc quak- ed within their sandals lest their be- loved ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 November 1904

^SSwfP . 'tc , i . *;&•: .V >. B? V ■-* •# u. 4&sSH S-f-H ** .; riv^r ' 1 "S Zhc Sticker. MM WIMFREE, Etiter Mi Mb*. SUBSCRIPTION, S1.00 PER ANNUM at the Sohulenburg postoffioe as invites the public to keep It ng the goings and comings of If you are leaving town or have visiting you or departing, drop us a t we may make note of it. But be sure your name to it as an evidence of its ;enesa. THURSDAY, NOV. 42, 1904, THE SOUTH'S TIME HAS COME. mm. i 6 - lip. |p« ifev Bpgj|p': m Sf* • HH kS$j- mi&s 'mm' 'M Among the many things we are thankful for to day is the fact that we are giving to tbe host of Sticker readers a paper containing more irood, solid and live reading matter for tbe price than any paper pub- lished in the county, baring none, and we are sure that our readers will agree with us. The result of the recent election made manifest that the tune bis come when the South should aieert herself in tbe realm ot na- tional political action. For nearly forty years she h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 November 1904

p$pl Jg: lite [ ' V 7 | ' ,'-•* • Pte HOftNHR'S WANTED 0 .U J k:> ; fsBI 'WM: ajffig igb&t : • SkSSp mm - KS :? . * tP.: / ' Highest Price Paid, either Cash or Trade At HORNER'S. rii - WHMJBJSLB9F StJBPOST. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY , WEDNESDAY Cotton new per lb quiet Nomina Cotton Seed per 100 Ids *65 Corn new 35-40 Eggs 19-20 Butter (oookMg) 7—12 Butter (table) 10 Chickens (as to size) - Not wanted Roosters ;— Turkeys per lb.. 8c Baoon — 7c Lard... 7c Cabbage- „ Potatoes. . .... Cotton; dinners report caused a big break. Butter MarketNo Quotation. y • ' Chix No demand. Eggs: Firm Turkeys fair demand. We'll print it for you. Try us. Christmas candies, the finest in the land, at Henry Meyer's. Mr. Eugene White is ifa San An- tonio. A good miloh cow for sale. Ap- ply to W. E. Periitz Mr. M&x Schwartz was in Eagle Lake this week.. Everything in guns, pistols...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 November 1904

mm I p Iff# >|tf Hpv ; ff^r^n - . ««■ ■fiMi usetim lli £&£• ?& p&0 "-i iv O r-^..: Hnypjr C-. §8 te ate' ■■torsi ", ■ i EHjjiS WF&-\' mm s •' . yfc;.; .-; .-.- /-? L*f/ vSIn ' f * t-.:- ■' k y i is , R ||| ' W &•;;:■■ R@& M p ■ ia#-?« ,' WW ■Pf f.'.w% ■■ f4- hm Q? >llli' BKffe** i K'l K.V-- iW-v FIRST THANKSGIVING OBSERVED ON SHIPBOARD IN YEAR 1629 isfe «' 0 *0# " r/vw _ iifl££Z£ Mtt- From the beginning, with but few exceptions, Thanksgivings have been kept in the late autumn, owing to the harvest time, of eourse, and more fre- quently toward the end of November. No one knows how the custom of appointing ^Thursday originated, but * some light is doubtless thrown on the subject by a controversy over a pro- posal to change the day of the week, ^bout 1690, when the dissenters ar- gued that Thursday was preferable, because of the Thursday lectures, or midweek religious services, that took place every week in communities of considerable size, a Joint observa...

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