The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 20, 1900 Page: 4 of 4

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EMIL SCHULZ,
BLACKSMITHING AND
HORSE SHOEING.
Manufacturer of Wagons, Bug
and Farming Implements. The
lies, Carriages
Celebrated
KfeiSr
John Deere Plows.
Always in stock.
First-Class Work Reasonable Prices
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SNOW BANKS
HOBNOB
WITH
SUMMER FLOWERS
And the days are always cool in Colo-
rado. No such combination of re-
storative resorts can possibly be found
as in cool and comfortable Colorado.
nANifou,
COLORADO SPRINGS.
BUFFALO PARK, KIOWA LODGE.
ROflANTIC PLATTE CANON,
SHAWNEE LODGE,
SOUTH PARK.
Observation Sleeper San Antonio to
Colorado Springs, Pullman Palace
Sleeper Galveston to Denver.
YOU DON'T HAVE TO APOLOGIZE
FOR RIDINGON "THE DENVER."
A. A. GLISSON, G. A. P. E.
Charles L. HULL, T. P. A.
W. P. STERLEY, A. G. P. A.
FORT WORTH, ::TEXAS.
P. S.—Hav Fever can not thrive in
the increased deep and pure breath-
ing of the uncoutaminated air from
snow-capped mountain peaks in
Colorado.
G.M. Johnson
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The Barber.
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DO YOU EAT?
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Then eat the best-
Texas University.
To the students of the University
of Texas:
I beg to call your attention to the
provision of the catalouge that the
examinations for admission, re-
moval of conditions and advanced
standing in The University of Tex.
will commence Wednesday, Sept.
26. The schedule as arranged for
this session is as follows: Wednes-
day: 9 to 12 A. M. English; 2 to
5 P. M., History. Thursday: 9 to
12 A. M., Mathematics; 2 to 5 P.
M., Latin. Friday: 9 to 12 A. M.,
Greek.
Students conditioned in other
subjects can secure examinations
during this week from the Proces-
sors concerned.
The Fall Term lectures and re-
citations begin Monday, October 1st
It is, therefore, more important
that students be present several
says prior to this date so as to get
located at their boarding houses
and have their courses arranged for
the work of the session.
The Advisory Committee, which
must be consulted by every stu-
dent, will hpld its first meeting
Wednesday, September 26, and
will continue to sit every day dur-
ing the remainder of this week.
After that time the. Committee
only have irregular sessions and it
will be most inconvenient for both
them and the students to delay the
selections of courses.
I tequest each student to have
the announcement of the
opening of the University
made in his county. Please in
elude in this announcement the
lact that the Alumni Association
will give $100 in cash to the stu-
dent passing the best entrance
examination in English, History
and Mathematics. This contest
will be open to all first year stu-
dents, whether they be graduates
of an affiliated school or not.
Trusting I may have the plea-
sure of greeting you again at the
University, and hoping that you
will bring back seyeral new stu
dents, I am,
Sincerely yours,
Wm. L. Prather
President.

Cored of Chronic Diarrhoea After Thirty
Years Suffering.
"I Bave suffered for more than
thirty years with chronic diarrjioea
and thought I was past being
cured," says John S. Holloway, of
French Camp, Miss. "I had spent
so much time and money and suf-
fered so much that I had given up
all hope of recovery. 1 was so
feeble from the effects of the diarr-
hoea that I could do no kind of
labor, could not even travel, but by
accident I was permitted to find a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
and after taking several bottles
am entirely cured of that trouble,
i am so pleased with the result
that I am anxious that it be in
reach of all who suffer as I have."
For sale by Paul Breyman.
Flatonia Neighborhood Notes.
We always grumble about the
weather, for it does not suit our
crops, but it is a fact that if the
kind of weather we have been hav-
ing shall continue it will put some
farmers in a verv bad fix—and
some are already thore. Until
the present we have only had
trouble with the cotton, but now it
starts with the late corn, which is
flat on the ground, and farmers are
forced to gather it or it will rot.
We had a cyclone here recently,
the first wind rising in the north,
then shifting to the west and later
to the south. It did much damage,
especially to cotton. a heavy rain
accompanied the wind, and put the
roads in a miserable condition.
The darkeys are jubilant over
the high prices they receive for
picking cotton this year.
Flatonia shipped three cars of
darkeys to Beeville, not to fatten
for the market, but to pick cotton.
The crop is good about that place.
A. Schuhmann from Moulton
was in town on business.
H. Kerr, h. Seekamp and Theo.
Jabn have had the fever, but are
all right now.
There are eight candidates for
cotton weigher here. Mr. Sticker,
I see there are so many already
that I think you will have to put
me down on the list too. It does
not matter what office you put me
down for. Bob.
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Our market is constantly Bup-
with the best Beef, Pork and
obtainable.
Highest market price paid for
all kindes of hides.
Mahler & Schindler.
Stock Law Election Notice.
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Pursuant to an order of the Com-
missioners' court of Fayette County,
made on the 14th day of August, 1900,
at a regular term ot said court, upon
the application of more than fifty
freeholders of the hereinafter describ-
ed subdivision of Fayette County,
Texas, for the purpose of enabling the
free holders of such subdivision to de-
termine whether or not horses, mules,
jacks, jennetts and cattle shall be per-
mitted to run at large in such sub-
division:
Notice is hereby given that an elec-
tion for that purpose has been order-
ed to be held on Tuesday, the 2nd day
of October, A. D. 1900fr in Justice pre-
cinct No. 8, a subdivision of Fayette
County, Texas, bounded and describ-
ed as follows:
Begins at the Colorado County line
where Beat No. 7 begins; thence
north with the line of Justice pre-
cinct No. 7 to the S E cor. of W. M.
Eastland survey; thence west with
beat line No. 7, to west Navidad (on
Walher's branch); thence up said
branch to Justice beat line No. 5;
thence with the South line of Justice
Beat No. 5 to S W cor. of Noah Carnes
league, being a point in line of Justice
Beat No. 6; thence South with line of
beat No. 8"to Lavaca county line;
thence east with said Lavaca County
line to the Colorado County line;
thence N E with Colorado Co. line to
the place of beginning.
The following places are designated
aa the polling places in said subdivis-
ion,' ana the following named persons
are appointed to conduct said elec-
tion: Mulberry, at Kazni cor. school
house, Anton Kahanek, presiding
officer; Schulenburg, at the court
house, Fred Ebeling, presiding officer;
Dubina, at Joe Peters store, George
Hromadka. presiding officer; High
Hill, at Wicks store. Jos. Schneider,
presiding officer; Thulemyer, at M.
E. school house, H. Lauterbach, pre-
siding officer.
Said election to be held in accord-
ance with the State law governing
elections, and returns thereof be made
to the County Judge. Only free-
holders can yote at such election, and
those desiring to prevent the animals
)m running at large.
f place on their ballots the wo._.
"For the Stock Law," and those in
favor of allowing such animals to run
at large shall place on their ballot*
the words: "Against the Stock Law."
Lagrange, Texas, August 24,1900.
Joseph Ehlinger,
County Judge of Fayette Co., Texas.
SEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS-
From Sep. 3, 1900. to Sep. 10, 1900.
Joseph Kugetka to Jos. Molnar
and Frank Krecmer, deed, right
of way, $10.
Joseph Kunetka to Jos. Molnar
and Frank Krecmer, deed, right of
way. $15.
Otto Forres to Frank Kallus, re-
lease.
Frank Kallus and wife to John
C. Helble, deed, lota 38, 39, 42
and 43, block 6, Fayetteville,
$1,700.
George Weyand to Amos Sam-
son, release.
Wm, Hermes to Henry Penn,
deed, lot 146, in block 20, La-
Grange, $4,600.
Frank Pechacek and wife to Au-
gust Riemers, deed, 30 acres Net-
tles' survey, $80.
Charles Kruschel, by executrix,
to L. G, Mauer, release.
Harwell and Man ton to John
Schumacher, et al, deed, parts of
lots 90, 91 and 92 in block 7, La-
Grange, $1000, and other consider-
ations.
W. H Wheeler to Arnim and
Lane, deed, lots 8, 9 and 10, block
22, Flatonia, $175.
John Giese and wife to Henry
Giese, deed, 80 acres, John Logan
League, $1,680.
Josef Holub and wife to Ant.
Krenek, deed, 124 acres, M. Mul-
doon, No. 13,. league, $3,720.
S. Kolodiecak to John B. Ku-
bala, release.
Dr. F. A. Schmidt, so long a res-
ident of Schulenburg and now of
Lagrange, a life-long republican,
will vote the'democratic ticket this
year. The Doctor is one of the
foremost German-Americans in
Texas. He is an anti-imperialist,
of course.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Great
Favorite.
The soothing and healing pro-
perties of this remedy, its pleasant
taste and prompt and permanent
cures have made it a great favorite
with people everywhere. It is
especially prized by mothers of
small children for colds, croup and
whooping cough, as it always af-
fords puick relief, and as it con-
tains no opium or other harmful
drug, it may be given as confident-
ly to a baby as to an adult. For
sale by Paul Breyman.
A FAMILY JAR.
Friday night the telephone in
the sheriff's office rang long and
violently. Sheriff Teague was en-
gaged in disposing of a square
meal, but notwithstanding this fact
he lent an attentive ear to the
troubles of others, as is a charac-
teristic of our sheriff. He was
wanted at the Union hotel.
Policeman Thos. Tread way and
Ex-Policeman Thos. Teague ac-
companied the sheriff to the Union
hotel, which is situated on West
street and conducted by H Cornel-
son.
When the officers arrived at the
Unhion, hostelry they at once got
the idea that the white dove of
peace had taken an extended exodu
from the premises.
There was a conflict in state-
ments which the Banner cannot es-
say to harmonize. The landlady
told the officers that the lanlord
came home in a very bad humor,
and had given vent to his ill-tem-
per by using the broom on one of
the wjiiters at the table and further-
more emphasing his displeasure by
throwing the landlady down one
flight of steps.
Policeman Treadway gave the
usual notice about the opening of
the recorder's court this morning
at 9 o'clock—Brenham Banner.
THE HOME LIFE OF CHINA.
A GIRL'S IN LOVE
/hat's Her Business.
A MAN'S IN LOVE
That's His Business,
THEY GET MARRIED
It's Our Business
To Furnish Them With'
STOVE or
. . .anb . . .
DANDY WINDMILL
Each one King of its kind.
Will cut an y
thing excep
friendship. Even the prices are cut
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A BUCK'S
OUR CUTLERY
RJ.Knesek
Laura B. Starr, who for several
years has resided in China, and
who had great facilities for under-
standing the feminine side of
Chinese life, contributes to the
October Delineator an article that
throws much light on the home
of Chinese women. This article
is illustrated with several authen-
tic photographs of Chinese women
of various social positions. Ttye
October number of The Delineator,
in addition to Miss Starr's article
and the eighty or more sketches of
present-day styles, which are
prominent features of the magazine,
contains twenty other valuable con-
tributions. For thirty years it has
been trusted by American women
for guidance in home dressmaking
and home management.
"What will you gain from the
acquisition of the Philippines? In
glowing words you are told by the
imperialist of the hills of silver and
of gold, the fields of .rice and of
hemp, and how it is the white
man's duty to assume the burden
of guarding those distant islands.
The trusts and the syndicates will
assume the burden of gathering
that silver and gold and reaping
those harvests of hemp and rice,
and you farmers you will toil from
early morn till late at night in order
to dig from the soil the wherewith
to bear the increased burden of tax-
ation—you will lick the revenue
stamps to defray the costs—and,
yea, yours will be the glorious bur-
den to see your sons grow into
sturdy, strong manhood, full of the
promise of life, and then see them
go away to die in distant fields,
not the glorious death of the sol-
dier battling for humanity's cause,
but the death of a servile minion
of a military despotism."—Jake
Walters on the stump.
Obe
ROBINSON THURMAL
BATH CABINET
Is the only genuine Folding Cabinet by
which you can enjoy a Turkish Bath
at home with little expense. The only
Bath that niakes you clean, healthy
and makes beautiful complexion. A
book on health and beauty—treating
on all diseases and full directions free
with each Cabinet.
Prices of Cabinets $5 $7.50 and $12.
Active Canvassers Wanted For Several
Counties.
As referrence to its curative power, I refer you to R. Wright, of Waelder,
who was in such a condition that he could not bend over, and it was almost
impossible for him to get about. He took three baths and was so much im-
proved that he went dewberry hunting next day. A. A. Cherry, who for
thirty years has suffered with neuralgia, and since taking these baths says he
feels better than he has for years; and numerous others.
APPLY TO
MOULTON,
J. F. DOCKERY,
TEXAS
ADD RAN UNIVERSITY.
Largest and Best School Building
in the South
For both ' Sexes. Eight Collegiate
Departments. For Catalogue address
Lyons Lodge, No. 195.
WT. F. te >f. .if.
Meets on -Friday on
or before the first full
moon in each month.
Transient brethren are
cordially Invited to at-
tend.
M. c. Levey, W M.
Fredebelig, Sec'y.
scmmtTLMisrttfKo Mjonctts .ro. m
Prcnirfcitt,
Waco, Tex.
Stock Law Election Notice.
Pursuant to an oi'der of the com
missioners court of Fayette county,
made on the 14th day of August, 1900,
at a regular term thereof, upon the
application of more than fifty free-
holders of the hereinafter described
subdivision of Fayette County, Texas,
for the purpose of enabling the free-
holders of such subdivision to de-
termine whether or not horses, mules,
jacks, jennetts and cattle shall be per-
mitted to run at large in such sub-
division.
Notic is hereby given that an elec-
tion for that purpose has been order-
ed to be hold on Tuesday, the 2nd day
of October, A. D. 1900, in Justice pre-
cinct No. 6, a subdivision of Fayette
County, Texas, bounded and describ-
ed as follows:
Begins in the Lavaca County line at
the S E cor. of W. D. Lacy survey;
thence N to the N E cor. of said Lacy
survey; thence east to the S E cor. of
the j. C. Duff league; thence north
with the east line of said Duff league
and M. Muldoon No. 13 league to the
N E corner of said Muldoon No. 13
league; thence west to the S W cor.
of S. F. Knight league; thence north
to the S W cor. of Noah Carnes lea-
gue; thence with the line of Justice's
precinct No. 5 to'the Bastrop County
line; thence S W with the Bastrop Co.
line to tho Caldwell County line;
thence with Caldwell Co. line to Gon-
zales County line; thence SE with
Gonzales Co. line to the Lavaca
County line; thence East with Lavaca
Co. line to the place of beginning: ex-
cepting that part of the J. G. W.
Pressin league, lying* north and east
of Pin Oak Creek,
The following places are designated
as the polling places in said subdivis-
ion, and the following named persons
are appointed to conduct said elec-
tion: Cistern, James Marburger,
presiding officer; Colony, at the Young
store, JohnFrierson, presiding officer;
Flatonia, at the court house, Alb.
Kubiana, presiding officer; Praba, at
Parma store, Ant. Nesrsta, presiding
officer.
Said election to be held in accord-
ance with the State law governing
elections, and returns thereof be made
to the County Judge. Only freehold-
ers can vote at such election and
those desiring to prevent the animals
designated from running at large,
shall place on their ballots the words:
"For the Stock Law," and those in
favor of allowing such animals to run
at large shall place on their ballots
the words: "Agairist the Stock Law."
LaGrange, Texai, August 24th, 1900.
Joseph Ehlinger,
County Judge Fayette Co., Texas.
Organized charity
multitude of bins.
uncovers a
To Cure Dyspepsia.and Indigestion
take Rox Dyspepsia Tablets. All
druggists are authorized to refund
money if they fail to cure. Price
50 cents per package Paul Brey-
niann. _
For walk.—A seven acre tract
of land with good improvements,
in the city limits. For particulars
apply at this office.
K. of P.
Meets every 1st and 3rd
Wednesday night in their
castle hail over Ditch store.
All visiting Knights are
cordially invited to attend
the meetings of the lodge.
M. Schwartz, c. c.
c. S.Vedder, k. of R. & s.
Robert Blum Lodge 54
a. o. u. w.
Meets regularly every 2d and 4th Wednesday.
Transient brethren are cordially to attend.
M. c. Levey, M. W.
L. Schlottmann, Recorder.
Freiligrath Lodge, No. 14.
O. d. H..S.
Regelm®sige Versammlung jeden Donnerstag
vor VoUmond und 14 tage danach.
J. Oltmanns, Praesident.
h. Beniker, Sekretaer.
Sunset Camp, No. 120.
w. o. w.
Meets every 2d and 4th Thursday in
the month. Visiting brethren are cor-
dially invited to meet with us.
Chr. Baumgarten, Jr., C. C.
Gus. Ulliich, Clerk.
K. of H. Lodge, No. 1501.
Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in each
month. Transient brethren in the city
respectfully invited.
Jos. Stanley, Dictator.
Frei>. Ebeling, Secretary.
Ebeling & Son,
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SCHULENBURG, - TEX. 1
Dixie Pale & Budweiser
Bottle Beer.
Standard Keg Beer and
Artesian Ice.
New Orleans Brewing Association.
Pilsener; per keg
Nanon, 44 "
Extra Pale, " "
Culmbacher, " "
Kaiserbeer, " "
$2.75
3.00
2.75
2.75
2.75
BOTTLE BEER: Louisiana export, pilsener and union.
The following Saloons in Schulenburg sell the New Orleans Beer.
Sigmund Schaefer, Palace Saloon.
G. Ebeling, Zum Kuehlem Grunde.
Sunny South Saloon.
F. F. Schaefer.
Respectfully, JOHN OLTMANNS.
ygL.
San jintonio brewingSissoce'atton.
Pearl yyy Beer.
Sold 1 £0,000 Kegs More Than Any Other Southern ,
Brewery in 1897. V
A. SCHUMANN, Agent, Schulepfeurg, Texas.
WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174.
1.0.0. p.
Meets regularly each Tuesday night.
Transient brethren are cordially invited
to visit us. M. C. Levey, N. G.
M. T, Evtrton, Secretary.
PATRONIZE
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.
Gus. Ebeling's Bar.
Successor to John Oltmanns.
Choicest Line of Imported and Domestic Liquors, Wines and Cigars
in the City'of Schulenburg.
First class ZE^esl3a;"CL3?a3Q."fc and Tim ~n r* h in connection.
Your patronage respectfully solicited.
5=
bismarck sal00
A. SCHUMANN, Proprietor
My stock of Wines, Whiskies, and Rum are of the best brands.
Fine Cigars, and the Celebrated San Antonio Beer only on tap.
Call and see me. ' 1
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Schulenburg Bottling Works.
Aug. Herder, Prop.
Manufacturers of all kinds of Soda and Mineral water. -The best and
extracts only, are used. Free delivery.
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SUNNY SOUTH
SALOON,
" john oltmanns & co..
proprietors.
h- beniker, Manager*
Nothing but the Best
Liquors, Wines and
Cigars.
Cold Beer Always on Tap.
F. C. WOLTERS,
Proprietor ot the
First and Last Chance
SALOON.
Dealer in Liquors, Wines and Cigars
FRANK TWARUCEK,
-dealer in-
Nothing but the Best
Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
FRESH Beer
One door west of Cranz & Kessler.
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Palaee Saloons
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THEO.
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Choice LIQUORS,
Stock of
Beer and
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*s~ in the new brick building.
Billy's Saloon
Opposite the Depot.
Fresh Glass of Beer
a *h™3B
On Tap
til© DaCosa cigars
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FRITZ F.
THE HIGH-GRADE.,
H. BOUCHERS,
Carpenter and Builder.
Estimates Given
And
all kinds of repair and other
work promptly done.
Schulenburg, Texas.
no, 8 drop-head cabinet
Family sewing iMachine
Possesses all the modern Improvements
to be found Jn any first-class machine.
Sold at popular prices. Warranted ten years.
MANUFACTURED BY
ILLINOIS SEWING MACHINE CO.
ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS.
AGENTS WANTED.
Exclusive Territory given to rtipeniMt
Dealer#.
For Sale by E, BAUM6ARTEN & BRQ.
DEALER IN
CHOICE LIQUORS, PM
"W"msT Ea, BEER
... AND ...
OIGAES.
FOOt. TAB I, Si MJT CO.WMCl TMOJT.
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Next door to H. HtJtner.
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M. SCHWARTZ. J.J.SCHWARTZ,
Schwartz Bros
Proprietors of
I. X. Livery and Feed Stables,
Men Meet all Trains.
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Pife
Buy sell and Exchange Horses.
Schulenburg;, Texas.
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