The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 9, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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H. HORNER. O. ROOS.
BARGAINS VS. BAITS.
Ail Our Offers are Bargains, None
Call and examine our large stock of
BUY GOODS and you will see V
% that the above statement is a fact.
All New Goods and bought correct
as to style and prices. -
in .11 n
Ov/tng to unusual warm wea-thar overstocked in
CLOTHING, Prices Cut. Will mael any legitimate com-
petion as to GOODS &rvd PRICES, but do not intend to give
away any goods.
Mr. J. E. Jalufi-a, merchant and
postmaster, of Moravia was in
town on business Monday last.
Majestic Ranges are best
Miss Lia Sehatfer, one of Schu-
lenhurg's prettv voting ladies, ac-
companied by Miss Georgia (Jot
ton, :i popular young lady of
DR. !. E.
7 v r
Physician and Sisrgeea.
Mis DeliaKesseiushasreiurnpfi i""'1 ,,e,e!;ie:,s;i;it railureai j office at Residence and aCtS
1 1 ! T> , I *J,« mrnnm,, I ^ „ ; * «?
— . - - -— - - BHHW
Tl\© Happiness of
from her home in Bastrop where i the Sticker office Tuesday eyening. j Qrube's Dl'll^ StOre.
she had been visiting during the j Chris. Gabler. sr., will be triad
| to plow yourgard'ii or flower yard,
to haul your freight or move your
from the State of Maine, 165 lbs . i household goods. Those desiring
in a sack, all varietes, are on sale \ his services will please notify Mr,
at Perlitz 13ros. Gabler or Mr. II A. Wolters. 2d
Seed potatoes, the best giown,
j F. H. NEUHAUS, fVf. [
Physician & Surgeon.
Highest Prices Paid far Country Produce
.71*1 II Si. KT REPORT.
The foliating ls> ^0 market report as compil-
ed by H. Horner, an4 chtyized weofeiy, accord-
ing to tfee highest market price« paid,
CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY
Cotton Seed per 100 li)B ... - 75o
Eggs —r-- 25e
Putter (cooking) 6 to 7c
Batter 'table) " 10 to ir>c
Cnickeris (as to size) ... IS to 25c
Koosters — 10 to 17
Turkeys (per pair) 5c per lb
Bacoa ." — 10
Lixd ?■. .••• 10c
Potatoes, per bkt oOc
Irish Potatoes per bucket 45c
Cotton: Heavy receipts depressing prices.
Edmund Walters bps re,
turned to bis home in Shiner.
All Laundry must be paid cash
on delivery. W. M. Johnson.
Dr. U. G. Tansey visited Fla-
tonia on pleasure Friday last.
A nice line gf overcoatg at
JPer|itz Hi ps.
Mr. Ad. Brash of Flatoniq, was
in the City on business Tuesday.
IMPORTANT— Firemens meet
ipg tonight at City Hall.
Operator White of Ftytgnia was
ip the pity Spuday.
Miss CJara VVellhauseu of Fla.
tonia is visiting in the city.
Majesfic Ranges are best
Buy the Standard Patterns and
Feburary Designer only at Perlitz
Mrs. Wfp. Rolgpon has
turned from ^latoiiU W^epe 8$p.
has btep visiting,
If you need any ladieg or gents
furnishing goods call at the bank-
Mr. C. L Neuhaus of Hackberry
went to Houston 011 business
I sell blasting powder, dynamite,
djpiwite caps and to:
H. H, bthaefer.
>tic Ranges are best
Misses HUma Horner and Cleo
Clark have returned to college in
The cheapest line of ladies,
mens and childrens shoes at the
Mr. Emanuel Roos, has returned
to the State University, where he
is studing law.
Hot coffee, liquid coffee, £|uid
beef, grape fcola ^nf| liQt chocolate
ger.yeq at the Fruit Palaoc.
Mrs. ISmil Baumgarten has re
turned home from Shiner, where
•he has been visiting.
Majestic Ranges are best
Mr. Hampus Roos of \ oakum
was in Scbuleiiburg ot"^
the ffr§t BWt qf this week.
Call at the bankrupt sale and
look at the new stock we have just
received we sell at very low priqeg.
J4r. J. W. Bas«, United States
Post office inspector, was in Schu-
lenburg for a few hours Saturday.
Just arrived, a fresh consign-
ment of smoked fish. Delicious,
at John St. Wrba's,
Mr. Fred Breymann is out on
his ranch, on business, and expects
to be gone for several weeks.
The bankrupt sale got in the
finest line of gloves ever seen in
Schulenburg and we are selling
Mr. Kjugene Qui ley visited San
Anton i-p Tuesday on business
Finpst assortment of masks for
sale by John St. W-rba call and in-
Mis? Cook, of Seguin, has re-
cently been the charming guest of
Mr. S. Q. ^idma^, Jf.t of
Georgetown, the sdii of an old
friend of Mr. C. A. Kessler is a
iruest at the latter'8 home.
Miss Hettve Kesseius visited
Mrs. Ebeling Saturday last, re-
turning Sunday 10 her home in
Mr. Henry Sengelmann has ae
cepted a position with Japhet it
Co. of Houston, one of the largest
Whisky refineries and distilleries
in tho South.
Miss Use Neuhause, after visi-
ting her parents during the holi-
days, has returned to school in
The fat man, whose picture is
presented in this addition, pays
you the compliment of the season
and wish you much mirth and en-
Miss Lizzie Koch, of Seguin, has
returned home after a pleasant
visit of several days to Miss Brey-
Notice ia befeby given that I am
uot and will not be responsible for
any goods purchased or debts con-
tracted by my people.
3t August Zwersehka.
There will ba preaching next
Sunday afternoon and night at the
Baptist church by Rev. Baumfalk.
Everybody is cordially invited to
Miss Alma Hoettcher has re-
turned to her home in Weimar af-
ter a pleasent visit of several day.?
to her sister Mrs. Dr. JNeuhause.
Mr, Ferdinand Anders, wife and
«on of Houston have been with
relatives near Schulenburg for the
past ten days.
Majestic Ranges are best
The professional card of Dr.
De.Joug appears in this issue and
to it your attention is respectfully
Mr. and Mrs. Gr. B. Cummings
of Beeville are spending a few da37s
quite pleasantly with the latter's
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mor-
row of Hackberry,
Mrs. Gus Ebeling and little son
Freddie left for Eagle Lake and
Bonus Tuesday where they will
visit their bro.ther. and uncle Mr.
Mr. S. T. £chaefe-r will give his
annual masquerade ball this year,
at Texas Hall, Sunday night Jan-
uary the 26th and to it the honor
of your presence is most respect-
fully requested. 23-8t
Mr. aud Mrs. G. H. Whitcomb
of LaCosto are now located at Mr.
and Mrs. Gus Depmore's. lV|r;
Whitcomb Uavinji auoepied the po-^
sitlon of night operator at the S.
Majestic Ranges are best
A must delightful 5 o'clock tea
was held at the home of Miss
Helen Jordan, Sunday evening
last, those who attended were:
Misses Cora Kessler, Marie Brey-
mann, Selma Levey, Laura and
Til lie Perlitz and Lizzie Koch of
A run away team caused consid-
erable excitement on the streets
Sunday and inspired Mr. Cbas.
Sencrelmann, in an effort to avoid
colliding with it, to forsake his
dignified walk of leisure and to
again develop a boyisji speed.
Mr. Theo. Berger. accompanied
by his brother-in-law, Mr. Freddie
Breymann, left last week for their
former home in Skidrnore, having
made the trip by private convey-
ance. Mrs. Berger will prolong
her visit to her mother, Mrs. Brey-
mann, a few days before returning
Majestic Ranges are best
In conversation with the editor
of the Sticker Tuesday, Mr. C. L.
Meleher of Swiss Alp stated that
nothing definite had yet resulted
in the negotiations pending be-
tween himself and Alderman Mil-
lir of Houston relative to the re-
establishmeut of the electric light
plant. It was possible that a deal
might or might nut be consum-
mated, time alone could tell. In
the meantime darkness prevails.
No doubt about this.
The Schulenburg people among
whom the young gentleman to
to whom the article referred was
reared, will be gr allied by the in-
formation converted in the follow-
ing special telegram to the Hous-
ton Post, which it affords us a
great pleasure to reproduce.
Eagle Lake, Tex,, Jan.,3—The
following circular was issued today
from the office of vice president
and general manager of the Cane
W. W. Edwards, superintendent,
having resigned to accept service
elsewhere, the duties heretofore
discharged by him will be assumed
by Mr. Leo. L.evey, chief dis-
patcher. W. T. Eldridge,
Vice President and (Jen'l., Mgr.
OFFICE: At Breymanti's Drug Store.
Telephone connection with all parts of tHe
i & fe
I Sf i j •
Depemds Upcri tl\e
Comfort of Yo\ir Heme.
FROTEGTBD BY INSUC/ ;XCB ?
DR. H.'DE JONG.
Physician and Surgeon
Responds to calls day and
night. Residencs South side
IF fire we. c to destroy it tonight would you be left desol&te
and cestitute, or could you present u policy issued by a
reputable Company and be reimburseu tor your loss? A
small annual premium will afford you ample protection.
Some of the opponents to th"
bond issiU' (Icci.h'd by Tuosdijv'.-
tdt'Ction, were und--r the impres-
sion that ladies, who owned prop-
erty subject to taxation were eli-ri
hie to participate, in which con-
clusion, thanks be to tho Lord and
our legislators they were mistaken
The Stickcr has always been a
partisan of'tho p dposed water-
works system and has never hesi-
tated to express its opinion of any
issue presented, 'owing felt that it
was only exercisinir a prerogative
enjoyed by all of the masculine
sex, and that it, in case of necessi-
ty could i,q a' ^om.pay.H-ively ii;«
teji|srcht niinner dviend its posi-1
tion. But the Sticker is not look-
ing for any row with the ladies and j
whenever they bee >me eligible t<> j
vote its position in regard to all
matters po'itieal is going to be
conspicuously neutral aud its voice
heard from afar,
We have the exclusive right to
II. P. Cayee Sash Balance for Fay-
ette County Tex. It" you need
your old windows balanced so they
will work nice and easy, call on us.
If you intend to build yon can buy
the fixtures or we will make the
frames cheap, don't fail to see it.
you will save money.
Mar. 1 Borchers & Stabler.
A very pleasant home wedding
took place at the residence of Mr.
Fred Kaase at Swiss Alp. Mr.
Adolpb Kaase and Miss Lina Sum-
mer of Schulenburg, were united
in the holy bonds of wedlock on
January 2nd. at 7 o'clock p. in.,
Rev. Kern officiating. Mr. Paul
Kaase and Miss Annie Schuitz and
Mr. Nat Rudi and Lou se Kaase
were the attendants may they live
happy and have a flowery path
through life. N. R.
Married at the Schulenburg
Catholic church at 10 a. m., Tues-
day, January 7th, Mr. ^ Frank
Brossmann and Mjss Mary Klestl,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cha«.
Klesel. the Rev. Father Gall&"h,
of High Prairie, officiating. The
impressive marriage ceremony was
witnessed by a great many rela-
tives and friends of the contract-
ing parties with whom the Sticker
joins in wishing for the happy
couple a life replete with pleasure.
SCIIIND LE2-H All NK 0.
W. R. KING, Schulenburg, Texas.
BENIKEf? BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Wines, Liquors, Cigars,
New Orleans Beer.
New Orleans Brewing Association.
comd Save Your Teeth.
Guard your health, protect your mouth.
Any doctor wili tell you that 85 per cent of our teeth are bad and that 25
p ar cent of all diseases are caused by bad teeth and microbes swarming in
the mouth, bad teeth may be cured, good teeth may be helped in good con-
dition, and the cause of disordered teeth removed, or prevented by em-
ploying Dr. Goodman, or your dentist, Schulenburg, Texas, Office near
Mrs. Richter's millinery store.
Married, at the Catholic Church
at LaGrange Tex,, tho Rev. Father
Szymansln ■officiating.Tuesday Jan-
uary the 7th 1902, Mr. Cbas
Scbiudler, our popular baker, and
Miss Rosa Hahnke, the attractive
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. •John
Hnhnke, An eh-grsnt reception
was tendered the happy couple
Tuesday night at the home of the
bride's parents which was enjoyed
by a concourse of their friends,
Mr. and Mrs Schindler will ii} tl^c
future reside here. The Stickir
begs to beslow its congratulations.
THE MISSES GREEN ENTERTAIN.
On Friday nig!it last quite a
number of our young p 'ople gath-
ered at the cozy residence of Mr.
Harris Given, about 4 miles frwin
Schulenburg, in i;t'Si^ji)<e to dainty
little iuvitations issued by Misses
Sallie and Fannie Green, iin
mediately upon their r.rrival all
kinds of games were indu'ged
in and all went "Merry $5 a
marriage bell," Dseiicious re
freghtueaia were served and
at a late hour the guegtg took
;i reluctant denaytnye of their
charnpvig hostesses. Weimar ar.d
vicinity also contributed their
beauty and gallantry.
TO OET A
Vie Sell Man/ of Them
and Thoy are GOOD,
At our Bargains in Funiture, Rugs, etc. etc.
Durham i oz, Little Joker,
Duke's Hixture, Uncle Ned,
Fashion Plug Cut, 16, 8 and 202,
Dixie Queen, 16 oz,
A little harmony is a great thing
If the citizens of Schulenburg
could be induced to meet upon
some common plane,to concept^?.
| tl cir efforts fpy the purpose of ac-
complishing scime laudable enter-
prise thi\t would t>c benefit, not j
directly to the individual but to j
|i the town, Schulenburg would grow | Misses Cranz an 1 Frieda and
' and prosper and every clasB of its A'l,;1f WaDgcmanr. have hoe,, the
,11,1 u a- „! guests for the past fe\v days o
■inhabitants would be the better off, Mr ftnd ^cub/us at
for the industrial era that sucli a j ithn:<>. pretty ILickbei ry home.
commonnefs of puypogfi would in | which piesi Vd ovei' by a gallant
apgprate. As it ia now, it is simp-1 host lin(l 2raeioas hostess is a most
, '. ; 1 i . „ .. i attractive placo. Tho editor was
ly impossible to have the repre- , , ,
J 1 1 ! fortunate in having been honored
sentative men of the place agree j will) ai^jllvitl|,itltl t,>e;pytht
on any proposition. One c'ique j hospitality of these eharming peo-
always has its knife keen for use I fig on Monday and found that tin-
Ion the other clan ap,d the result is ! ^,on|° °t MU ' 'f• N'-unaus i-
t , , , 1 - . . . . modernized to a much greater ( x
i that the progress of the town is lm-;, ... , , , ,,
j j tent than one would natiu'ally nn
Aniong. the many ev -
Yon are cordially inyited to call and fespect
my Stock of POUND, FRUIT and
(if all kinds. Am prepared t« serve you toe
less than the cost you must incur to provide tbo
LOU IS REICHERT.
peded. If you were to start out aa.;ny.
j; today for the purpose of proniot- (|e?:pea of improvement a id
ing any enterprise, the first ques-r everywhere marnb st
Hop that you would he required i Neuhaus has a c ..nplete v sien, of j "
,,, . ... waterworks, the power for which!1"
to answer would he. not as to the js „vj,le,, ,.y lln elcclriwl w j Ul
Mr. Aug. 1,'pperdt a prosperous
fanner near here had the misfor-
tune « 1" having had his r'ght leg
broken just, above the ankle while
wrestling with a friend.
C S. Bailv the Life a d Fire
Insnrauee ajent of Flatouia was
1 here Friday on busin ss.
The entertainment given in the
Teutonia Hall latt Sunday night
Lucy Hinton, Sweet Pea,
Que, Progress 7 oz Twist.
Orders From Dealers
will be Appreciated.
|)!'t - i
:v[,. bv the pupils of ^anta Annft school
Colorado CoM near here, under
the superviaion of the Sisters of
harity, was a great success fi-
merits of your efforts, but by whom c"l|,m|,!e p-ump ng SOU « dl.in« o! 1 nanciaily and gave perfect satis-
is the effort to be promoted and as. yyati r per ji'mr, with which in I faction to all.
soon as this information wag a*, furnishes each residence, stoic and ! rh° l an«ju«t given by the
' , V . .. lir-ihlf ninl with whii-h ho r-m ir Woodmen of the World of this
j quired then toe ol ier- faction wou.« ^ ^ ^ ()f lirej,lstjint!y ,1>0l, },is| place was fairly attended and
oppose ft. loorold schulenburg! prenijs>0Sy .uu| hi }ldd tion to thi-' rel,nVl having had swell time,
Chicago.—One milium dollars cmvenience idF.r led and p' e Mnre
deiived1 b.y t;io arrangement, he
is furtliir compensated for his
progress arxl expense by tho con-
cessions granted him by the n-
is the stun offered by Robert Le-
baudv, a French multi-millionaire,
II for the establishment of a French
industrial school in connection
with tlu University of Chicago.
It w ill he
Mr. E. J. Weber left
ness Friday, returning
Mr. Q. JL Steinmanti «ur po|iu- j
lar Tax Assessor was here on busi-
suraneg cotnpanp's, he being re ; ness Monday and Tu<-sday. Come; SENia£L!VIAMN BKJdi
quired to pay an annual premium ! again Chris. We are always glad
greatest institution of <>*'"'"y 10 on his store, budding to see you.
. . , r, .m wlule current iMies, covering sim-1 Hon. C. J. 11. Mever who spent
i s vini in i^ woi t • !,i«,. ...ei-o oi r, | e im ' jjoyefal days in La Grange as Jury
i ilcr risks at Schu'cnij^v
Elizabeth City, N. C.— Janes finitely ipghev, A iittio mdlisti y Commissioner returned Thursday.
Wilcox, who is be|d in connection 'Ssu «n^U,l.1!^l.'.1 'V.^k.b!'I'ti 'lo."! Mr. C. F. Knippel who has been
in the barber business in Beaumont
for 7 months, came up Monday to
'take with him his family. They
pin are slow to comprehend.M tybi
with tho murder of Miss Cropsey, ^ehulenbnrg will arouse from it;
i probably wiil not have a preliini- slumber after a while.
nary trial. W llcox is beirg held M,, M(1|.phy Sniith, an up to-! expect to make Beaumont, their
pending tho presentation by the ,]aie prjnttt oi' Frrnklin, ia assist- j future home. Jim and O. P.
j Grand Jury for the March term of( jilir the Sticker m a rush of \vork| . T~"
the Supiciue court. tins week. Majestic Ranges are bast
There's a good solid working
c nnfort in a pair of BUCKSKIN
BREECHES. They're looso where
looseness is a necessity to comfort
—snug where snug ness means
good looks. We d« n't stint cloth,
•utling or fetiches to make fhr
pai ts the last in eve y way. Best
war. Iievt fit, brst bxiKs—they
lon't requiieany mending. Mend-
ing s done when the seams aro
s«jwed and the buttons are [>ut eu
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King, W. R. The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 9, 1902, newspaper, January 9, 1902; Schulenburg, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth189003/m1/3/: accessed June 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Schulenburg Public Library.