The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1900 Page: 3 of 4
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Lard. Potatoes. New Sourkraut.
And. a Complete line of other Produce.
Highest Prices for Cottonseed, Chickens,
Eggs, Beeswax, Etc.
Produce just now in strong demand
at Good Prices.
i* the market report u compll-
!,u.uC/, and chaneed weekly, accord-
highest market price, paid.
........ :± 7c
10 to 15o
#} 15 to >c
...... :. .10 to 17c
(per palr)...„.— J***"
__onntin to 1
bale. Sales only at
"Scotch Oats" at Perlitz'.
Aug. Warnken'e, Dec. 1.
Binges at Vedder's.
i all kinds at John
Cranberries, Currants, Citron,
Date*, etc., at Perlitz'.
Pare Ribbon Cane Molasses at
Reaper & Steinmann's.
r, ihe 3d. I. Ditch.
Kainer, iof y
was in the dty last week.'
Mrs. Walter Upton and little
daughter left for Brownwood Sat-
urday, Nov. 24th.
The only place for two spools of
thread for five (5) cents, any size
or color, at I. Ditch's.
and get your supply.
W H. Morrow.
Hack berry, Tex.
25 pieces of bleached and un-
* * ' pting 21 yards wide,
quality will be sold
a yard, not over ten (10)
to the customer, at I.
Remember the big Flannel Sale
, 30th. I. Ditch.
Mr. (Jus Russek made a busi-
ness trip to Flatonia Tuesday.
Try "Snow Drop" Flour Just
received a car at Perlitz'.
Corset sale! Corset Sale! Corset
sale! Wednesday 5th at I.-Ditch's.
Wanted—A man to attend to
horses and do yard work. Apply
to Dr. Walker.
Mr. E.R. Vogt made the Stick-
er a pleasant call Thursday and
had his subscription figures ad-
vanced a year.
M. C. Levey, the Notary, is
ready at all times to do your legal
writing and acknowledging in cor-
rect manner and style.
Mr. Win. Cornelson came up
Thursday from Eagle Lake, where
he is temporarily located, return-
ing Friday morning.
Call around and see our Christ-
mas Toys before buying. John
St. Wrba Sons.
Mr. Gh: Baumgarten shipped a
ear of fine beeves to Kansas City
La Monday, from the sale of which
he experts to receive a handsome
Levey is the boss dealer in horse-
radish, celery, cranberries, jellies,
and all such toothsome articles>
Mr, W. H. Morrow, of Hack-
berry, Sup't of the Glass Chappel
Sunday School and an industrious
and successful farmer, was in
Special offer for Monday, 3d,
125 pair White Window Shades,
$1.25 quality, will be sold at 65c.
Four (4) pair to the customer.
.Mrs. Chris. Baumgarten, Sr.
and Mrs. Ernest Baumgarten are
spending a few days with friends
and relatives in Glidden.
Beautiful designs in Stamped
Linens, just what you want for
holiday gifts, at
Miss Katye Wolters.
Fresh California soft shell wal-
nuts at Vedder's.
Dill Pickles, Krout and Herring,
fresh stock, at Perlitz'.
Go to Levey for pickles by the
dozen, or in buckets, in kegs or in
Fresh raisins, currants, seeded
raisins, citron, dates and figs at
Sheeting sale! Sheeting sale!
Sheeting sale! Thursday the 6th,
at I. Ditch's.
Go to Levey for all sorts of
cereals, such as farina, oat meal,
barley, rice, etc.
Industrious ''little women" will
find a suitable gift for mother at
Miss Katye Wolters.
No better work can be done than
the Paul Steam Laundry turns out.
G. M. Johnson, agent.
Mrs. L. E. Woodul, wife of our
proficient night telegrapher, visit-
ed friends and relatives in Luling
I am paying from $2.50 to $2.75
per 100 for seed cotton.
W. H. McKmnon.
Mr Henry Meyer, of Swiss Alps,
spent Tuesday in the city and paid
the Sticker both a pleasant call
and an appreciated subscription.
For Sale—Land notes on land
located about 3 miles soqth of
Schulenburg. For further partic-
ulars address or call- at this office.
Mr. C J. Brieger, of Brislo, was
in Schulenburg Wednesday and
came up to see our gasoline en-
gine and cylender press in opera-
tion. He^was very much pleased
with our modern machinery and
said the people were pardonably
propd of the Sticker.
1 have the photographs of all
tombstones in my office and you
can save the agents expense by
calling on .me when you are in need
of anything in that line.
Ernst Chris. Baumgarten.
Mr. Richard Ahrnes, formerly
of Gonzales county, has recently
removed Jo Schulenburg where he
will manage a public cotton plat-
form. Mr.'Abrnes thinks we have
one of the best towns in Texas and
has concluded to cast his fortune
Fresh Nuts—Almonds, Filberts
and soft-shell Walnuts at John St.
Mrs. ,E. B. Kessler, Miss Kess-
ler and Mrs. L. Roos left for San
Antonio last week where they
expect to spena several days.
Mr. Gus Russek accompanied the
party as far as Flatonia.
Remember the big Flannel Sale
Friday, 30th. I. Ditch.
Mr. L. Boiling, of Swiss Alps,
was in the city Friday and called
and had bis subscription to the
Sticker and Galveston News re-
newed a year.
Mr. G. M. Johnson, while re-
turning home, from the city, Mon-
day night struck his foot against a
plank, which was not securely fast-
ed to the street crossing, causing
him to fall, injurying his left arm
Have you seen this line? It is worth looking at. We have^sold the iast
two weeks more than the whole previous season. Here are
a few1 of our styles and prices:
Black Cloth Cape, fur trimmed 50c
Black Cloth Cape, fur trimmed, with 6 f All
double collar 0 I llU
Black Cloth Cape, fur trimmed, nicely | Cft
braided...... | UU
Black Cloth Cape, far trimmed, extra 2 00
Grey Cloth Cape, fur trimmed,
tally for young ladies
Navy Blue Cloth Cape, fur trimmed,
especially for young ladies:...
Black Cloth Cape, fur trimmed, extra
Black Velvet Cape, braided —
Black Velvet Cape, braided, fancy
Plush Cape, fur trimming
Plush Cape,, fur trim., fancy lining 4
Plush Capes, better qualities $5 '00 ft 8
Black Cloth Jackets, $4 50 ail 5 OO
Far Collarettes, in seal, etc. They are fl AA
beautiful; verry dressy,- at $2 75 to 0 UU
Ladies' Flannel Waists, assorted colors. I Cf|
They are very cheap at 65C, 90C, I.25 I 3U
Ladies' Underskirts, latest styles of 7C
Black Sateen I w
Ladies'Underskirts, black striped Sateen 05
Ladies' Underskirts, assorted colors, I Eft
corded I uU
Assorted colors, better quality 1 75
Assorted colors, pleated 2 50
Ladies' Skirts, Black Worsted 175
Ladies' Skirts, " " braided 3 OO
Ladies' Skirts, black and navy blue Q rfj
serge J OU
Ef show a well assorted line in UNDERWEAR, such as J}6rset Covers, Drawers, Gowns and
Vests. The latter we have in many different qualities, from 10c for the cheapest Cotton
Garment to $1.50 for an unshrinkable Wool Vest made in Switzerland.
Ladies who have Dressmaking in mind will be inierested in the December Butterick
Patterns just received. The skirt effects are very novel apd show every
latest vogue, particularly in Hygienic Skirts. Cloak suggestions
are also up to date. The Delineator for December is
now for sale in this department.
♦ CRANZ «& KESSLER.
Skat Tournament—Harvest Ball.
The Skat tournament and har-
vest ball given at Turner's Hall,
Sunday afternoon and night, were
thoroughly enjoyable occassions
and afforded those who were for-
tunate enough to attend a delght-
ful time. In the afternoon about
twenty-one gentlemen, all experts
in the difficult, but interesting,
German game, had their attention
very much engaged in an effort to
defeat their opponent, and to cap-
ture one of the three prizes that
had been offered by the manage-
ment in its desire to create the
greatest possible interest. Mr.
John Schumann won the first, Mr.
Fips Ebling the second and Mr.
H. Hack the third prize, upon
which they received the congratu-
lations of their numerous friends,
who however are not willing to
acknowledge them as the finest
Skat players of this section. The
players who drd not win prizes
think that those who did, had a
big run of luck Sunday which^they
may not have next time, to which
the prize winners simply reply
that a poor workman cussing his
tools. The ball at night was well
attended and in addition to contri-
buting greatly to the pleasure of
those who enjoyed the many pret-
ty dances of the evening, also en-
tertained a number of spectators
who took advantage of the oppor-
tunity to hear the sweet music dis-
coursed by Hilden's Weimar
band. Mr. John Oltmanns, mas-
ter of ceremonies, who took the
initiative in providing these de-
lightful entertainments, and whose
hospitality was very much in evi-
dence on both occassions, deserves
and is receiving the profuse
thanks of his friends. Mr. Henry
Beniker had charge of the refresh-
ents and served them in his
usual courteous manner.
Evaporated Figs at Vedder's.
A boy to gladden the hearts and
brighten the lives of his parents,
arrived at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Berger, Thursday after-
noon. Both mother and child are
reported doing nicely.
In a Few Days'
Largest and cheapest assortment
of X-mas Toys at
John St. Wrba Sons.
Until further notice the Cane
Belt railroad will only run one
trkin a day and that is a "mixed,"'
on account of the condition of the
country since the storm.
Special! Special! Special 1
For Tuesday the 4th, pure white
Linen Table Cloths, by the yard;
full width 70 inches, in white only,
50 and 65c quality, Will be sold for
32c per yard, not over one table
cloth to the customer.
For Sale or Rent
My old homestead.
Geo. W. Hoeffert.
Mr. C. L. Melcher and son Emil
of Swiss Alp were in the city a
few hours Saturday en route to
El Campo, where they expect to
spend several days caring for their
interest in that section of the state.
Al^accounts and notes past due
and unsettled by Dec. 5th, 1900,
will be given our attorneys for
colleotion. Acoounts and notes
will be handed attorneys on 6th of
December, 1900, and settlement
will have to be made with them.
E. Baumgarten & Bro.
Alle Rechnungen und Noten
welche fallig sind und nicht bis
zum 5ten December, 1900, bezahlt
werden, werden unsere Advokaten
iiberlielert fttr collektion. Alle
Rechnungen und noten werden am
6ten December iiberlrefert und
miissen dann mit den Advokaten
E. Baumgarten & Bro.
Dr. I. E. Clark has presented
his friend, Mr. James Bennett, the
popular sheriff of Lavaca county,
with a thoroughbred horse which
is a product of bis Bermuda Valley
stock farm. Dr, Clark and Sheriff
Bennett are both personal and
political friends and the former
wished to know that the latter was
provided with a thoroughbred for
use during his present administra-
tion, therefore the bestowal.
Beginning next week I will only
gin 2 days in the week, viz:
day and Saturday.
W. H. McKinnon
There's no way that we can dis-
cover of making the BUCKSKIN
BREECHES any better. We say
they are the beat working pants on
earth. We are so sure that we
are right, that we take all the
chances and offer you your money
back if you can find the smallest
detail about them that isn't right.
Then too, we ask no more for
them than other makers charge for
We have stove wood for any and
all sizes of stoves. We deliver it
on short notice.
Luecke & Windel.
I. E. CLARK, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
Diseases of women and children a specialty
Strict attention to calls both .night and day.
Office is at my residence, Schulenburg, Texas.
W. W.WALKER, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon.
At Residence. I Schulenburg, Texas.
Calls i$tt at my residence will re-
ceive prompt attention day or night.
Telephone conneotlon* with all parts of the
DR. C. C. MATTHEWS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Calls day or night will receive prompt
attention. Office at Residence. ^
Telephone connection to all parts of
F. H. NEUHAUS, M. D.,
Physician & Surgeon.
OFFICE: At Breym&nn's Drug Store.
Telephone connection with all parts of the
ii. w. wallace
A ttorney-A t-Ij aw
ofjtxch just xorvh or court rouse
OBin AL PRACTICH
J. F. WOLTERS. TOM LANE
WOLTERS & LANE,
Will practice in State and Federal Courts.
Office orer First National Bank.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
SUNSET ROUTE AT SCMULENBURQ.
Day Train 3:21 p m
Night Train 11:50 p m
- . WESTV
Day Train '. 1:00 p m
Night Train 4:35 a m
M. K. St T. AT LA QRANQE,
G. H. McLure, Agent.
No. 4. Passenger—Daily .12:39 p m
No. 6. Flyer " 9:45 p m
No. 74. mixed, dally (except Sun.). 4:30 p m
No. 8. Passenger—Daily « 5:26 p m
No. 5. Flyer " 9:19 a m
No. 73. Mixed dally (except Sun.) .9:00 a m
err I* OFFICE B s.
Theo. Wolters, Mayor; Henry Ellen Marshal.
R. A. Wolters, John Oltmanns, H. Bohl-
mann, F. F. Schaefer, Emil Schulz.
City Council meets the first Tuesday in each
month, at 4 p. m,
I. & G. N. R. R.
To Mexico and to the Southeast.
Tickets will be on sale Dec. 20-21-22.
Between local stations, tickets on sale
Dec. 23,24, 25,26, 31 and Jan. 1.
Dec. 1-8, account International Live
Stock Exposition. Tickets on sale
Nov. 28-9 and Dec. 3-4, 1900.
Low excursion rates will be made
for all the above occasions.
Ask Ticket Agents for particulars as
to rates, dates of sale, or write to
D. J. Price,
G. P. & T A., I. & G. N. R. R.
Grand Ball at Texas Hall.
The pleasurable loving people
of Schulenburg and seotion are cer-
tainly fortunate in having such an
army of friends whose greatest
pride is in providing for their en-
tertainments and pleasure; friends
whose tireless efforts are always
devoted to devising means and
methods that will afford innocent
amusement and delightful recrea-
tion to the general public. Mr.
Sigmund Schaefer, prince of good,
fellows, is one of our prominent
promoters of public pleasure and
is always arranging some pleasant
surprise for his friends. Mr.
Sohaefer's Jastest contribution, in
the pleasurable line, was a grand
ball, given at Texas Hall Sunday
night, which was enjoyed by a
great many people from both the
city and country all of whom were
profuse in their bestowal of praise
upon their gracious and generous
host. Sohulenburg's string band,
of which the town is so pardonably
proud, was engaged for the oc-
casion and maintained its previous,
ly acquired reputation for excel-
lency. Mr, Win. Voelkel, the
popular mixologist, assisted Mr.
Schaefer in the entertainment of
the latter's guests and as usual
came in for his share of the peo
If you have sore throat, soreness
across the back or side, or your
lungs feel sore or tender, or you
are threatened with diphtheria or
pneumonia, apply BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT externally,
and use BALLARD'S HORE-
HOUND SYRUP. Paul Brey-
To arrive, about Dec. 1st,
the finest assortment of Toys
in Schulenburg, .
C. S. Vedder.
Seed Cotton.—I am paying
from $2.50 to $2.75 per 100 for
W. H. McKinnon.
CAPES and JACKETS, new and handsome
styles, have arrived, which it will pay
you to examine.
FALL DRESS GOODS and trimmings to match 1
UNDERWEAR, full line at low prices. Provide
yourself for the cold weather c6ming.
PERLITZ &. OO.
Fine Assortment of . . . .
*2)rt/ Soods and Sroceries
Has Been Received at . .
R. A. WOLTERS
Prices as Low as the Lowest.-
Goods the Best to be had.
Call and see our goods.
Get our Prices.
llJhioh will be sold at the most
We aru still headquarters for
the popular >$/7 and >$79 '"7?ew
Royal" Sewing 97/ach/nes.
large line of the pre ties t rugs
in town just received.
E. BAUMGARTEN & BRO.
A Boarding school for Girls and Boys. Complete courses in Literature,
History, Mathematics and everything that goes to make Up a well rounded
Education. Music Department in charge of the best Conservatory Teachers.
Art Department very fine. Elocution Teacher one of the best in Texas.
Moral and refined community. Healthy location—not a death in the Institute
since its organization 31 years ago.
Send for Catalogue. Bates very reasonable. A. A. THOMAS, A. M., President.
Have you tried the
Ilf. Jfc. TlfcJCinnon,
d Co. I!
... J837--J900.. j-
S will award a prize of define set of cooking vessels for
the oldest Rridge dc Reach "Superior" Cook Stove in use.
/ carry the most complete assortment of JVardware in
Jfc ZP. Schaefer
Messrs. Creed Kitfcock and Joe
Shiver, of Weimar were in Schul-
enburg between trains Sunday.
While here Mr. Hancock reported
that Dr, J. D. McGregor's mercan-
tile establishment at Weimar was
burgUfized Saturday, and a con-
siderable sum of money and a
quautity of goods stolen, among
other things taken were a number
of overcoats. Officers of this
section will be provided, as soon
as possible with a list of goods
missing and are requested to be
on the lookout for the theives.
For burns, cuts, bruises, lacera-
tions, or injuries of anv descrip-
tion, BALLARD'S SNOW LINI-
MENT is a sovereign remedy. It
nevnr fails to do srood, and so
promptly that its wonderful cura-
tive properties frequently create
surprise. Price 25 and 50 cents.
Paul Bre^nann. k
Rev. A. G. Noland will hold
devine services at Glass Chappel
on Sunday, December the JOth,
and will in the future fill hia re-.
' gular appointment, at that place,
' on the third Sunday in each month,
to which the public is cordially
! invited. Mr. Noland is well and
favorably known in Fayette county
aud his appointment is yVery grati-
fying to his large concourse of
friends and admirers.
Infant mortality is something
j frightful. Nearly one-quarter die
before they reach one year, one-
third before they are five, and one-
i half before they are fifteen!, Tho
timely use of WHITE'S CREAM
' VERMIFUGE would save a ma-
I joriiy of these precious lives. Price
i 25 cents. Paul Breymann.
I The Sticker begs to acknowledge
the receipt of an invitation to the
Banquet and Ball to be given in
honor of Mr. W. T. Amsler and
bride, at the Opera House, Shiner,
Tex., Thursday evening, Nov. 29.
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKIN6
When you take Grove's Tasteless
'(/hill Tonic because the formula is
plainly printed on every bottle
showing that it is simply Iron and
Quinine in a tasteless form. No
Cure, No Pay. 50c.
R. 5- i
"Uhe Round Rale always brings *
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King, W. R. The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 29, 1900, newspaper, November 29, 1900; Schulenburg, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth188962/m1/3/: accessed February 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Schulenburg Public Library.