The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1904 Page: 3 of 4
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A FULL HNB O F
Spring Shoes & Slippers,
Spring Dry goods and Notions,
AND NEW. FULL LINE
FANCY AND STAPLE..
The following is the market report as compil-
ed bv H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord-
ing to the highest market prices paid.
CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY
Cotton new per lb nominal
Cotton Seed per jlOO lbs
Butter (cooking) —
Chickens (as to size)
Turkeys per lb...
Cotton declining daily. '
Butter Market:—No Quotation.
Turkeys, to hot no demand.
50 to 55c
.... 12 l-2c
... 13 to 25
.... 10 to 17
Misses Katje and Stella Turner
were in Hallettsville Sunday last.
R. A. Wolterspays the highest
price? for potatoes and oniors.
Mr. and Mrs. Koepsel have re-
turned to San Antonio.
Drink Vim-O, the refreshing
beverage at Henry Meyer's,
Master Wallace Baumgarten is
Will Close out all Lawn Settees
at cost to make room for new goods.
E. Baumgabten & Bros.
Miss Minnie Sengelmann is visit-
ing relatives and friends in
Get your Ice Cream Freezers and
water coolers at Ruhmann Bros.
Mr Chas. Luecke was in Gon-
zales this week looking after his in-
terest at that point.
Try the Paul Laundry on shirt
work they are fine.
Fred EBELiNg, Jr. Agt.
Mr. F. Hofhauer, a substantial
farmer living near town, was in the
city en route to Flatonia Monday.
FOR RENT—Neat Cottage clean
healthy location Apply to
Emil H. Baumgarten
Mr. John Breuckel left Monday
for Houston and Beaumont on a
general inyentory ftur.
FOR SALE—Several improved
homes. • Apply to,
Messrs. Julius Schwartz. Arthur
Hughs and Eddie Campbell were
in Flatonia Saturday last.
Delightful refreshments atF. F.
Schaefer's. Call around.
Mr. John lubbs of Gleckler was
in the city Monday Jast en route
home from Ammannsville.
The finest line of cigars in tlie
city at Henry Meyer's.
Mr. John Menefee of Flatonia.
the New York Life Insurance man
was in the city Tuesday last.
Buggies! Buggies! Buggies! Do
you want to buy any Buggies? If
so call and I will show you some
that will suit you.
Miss Adele Wangemann attend
ed the dance in Weimar Tuesday
My nice line of candy will be re-
pleted with a new supply this
week. Henry Meyer.
Mrs. B.F. Johnson and children
have returned from a pleasant
visit to relatives in San Antonio.
Ice Cream Freezes and water
Coolers at Ruhmann Bros.
Misses Adele and Felton Rich-
ter are visiting relatives and
friends in Del Rio.
Dont forget that I am selling the
Mc Comick Mowing Machines and
Rakes. R. A. Wolters.
Miss Nora Fredrich. who has
been teaching school at the Bluff
is at home, her school haying
closed Jast week.
Osborne Mowers and John Deere
and Osborne Reel Hakes. Not
sold at trust prices. H. P. Scihae-
Messrs. Victor Kessler and Her-
bert Neuhaus are at home from
San Antonio vyhere they have bten
Just received a large lotof qlass-
ware of all latest patterns. Gob
lets, Wines, Whiskies and Tumb-
lers of all sizes. H. P. Schaefer.
Mr. Seydler, druggist of Shiner
was in the city the first of the week
circulating among his many friends
Did you see those swell rigs I
have just received? If not come
around to my buggy house and see
them. They are peaches.
Mrs. John Mitchon and little
daughter and Miss Helen Hoef-
fert of Moulton are in the city
visiting home folks.
Don't throw away an old suit
because it looks rusty, but have it
dyed at the Paul Steam Laundry.
Fred Ebeling, Jr.
The free ball of the fire boys will
be largely attended. It will be at
Sengelmann's Hall aud eyerybody
is cordially invited to coma out and
have a good time.
Bring your Eggs, Butter, Chick
ens and Bee'sWax to R. A. Wolter
Messrs. W. 0. and C. L. Neu-
haus came in from Houston Sun-
day last where they have been in
the interest of the Bayou City busi-
FOR RENT — Nice improved
corner Cottage, healthy location,
tf Emil Baumgarten.
Mr. James Galbraith of the City
of M°xico is in the city visiting his
friend Mr. Victor Kessler. They
were school mates in San AntoDia
Academy this session.
FOR SALE—A well improved
farm of about 100 acres, good
dwelling, outhouses and water.
Cheap. Inquire at Levey's.
Misses Lizzie and Emma Trojan,
after a pleasant visit to friends and
relatiyes in the city returned to
their home in Columbus Tuesday.
Dr. G. G. Tansey—Dentist for
best work. Everything guaranteed
at reasonable prices.
The ball at Texas Hall Sunday
evening last, was largely attended
and greatly enjoyed by all. It was
not until an exceedingly late hour
before dancers departed for their
One of the largest stock of bug-
sries between San Antonio and
Houston to pick from and some
buggies that will do credit to any
larger city. Call and see them
Halletsville has accepted the
challenge of the Schuienburg boys
to play a game of ball on the 8th
at Eiler's Park. After the speak-
ing the game will start and a good
game is anticipated,
The best in town and the freshest,
Canned Tamales at F. F.
Miss Hattio Schaefer, who has
been assisting Miss Bolding in the
Millinerv store for several months,
left for St. Louis, where she will
meet her parents and take in the
If. c. satanzel.I
Don't forget the game between
the Hose Company and the Huck
and ladder Company next Sunday
afternoon at 4:30 shaip, south of
knows that theie is
mower made to equal
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stood the test of time.
PARLIN & ORENDORFF CO., Dallas, Texas.
AMERICAN BEAUTY STYLE 476
Kalamazoo Gorset Co. Sole Maker*
Are worn by more American
women than any other corsets
The shapes are Right
The material is Right
The price is Right
The style 476 illustrated here is
with extended hips, hose support-
ers on front and side, made of ex-
tra fine Batiste.
We carry in stock many
styles just as pretty as the
among others a full lina of
mer corsets. Allow us the
lege to show them to you.
ORANZ & KESSLER.
Theo. Kohleffel, Prop.
Front Street, next door east of
Chas. Ernest's Beef Market. A
share of your patronage solicited.
Subscribe for the Sticker. Now
is the accepted time,
Invitations have been sent out
for the Complimentary ball which
will be tendered.to Mr. Gus Russek
and Bride on the 7th. No invita-
tions will be sent to the people of
the city but they are all cordially
invited to attend,
Mr. and Mrs. Gus. A. Baum-
garten and the children are in
Houston, Mr. Baumgarten is at-
tending the Oil Mill Superinten-
dents' Association, whilo Mrs.
Baumgarten and the children are
visiting relatives and friends.
Mr«. C. P. Johnson and little
daughter of Flatonia came down
Saturday to visit relatives and Mr.
C. P. came down Sunday to spend
the day with relatives and friends.
They returned to their homo Mon-
On account of the Barbecue and
the speaking here next Wednesday
the Sticker will come out a little
head of time so the force can go
out and enjoy the good time that
everybody is expected to have on
Mr. Shindler has fans in his
saloon now and they are working
fine, and keeping everybody and
everything cool. Mr. I. Wind has
also installed one fan in his shop.
They are propelled by a gasoline
engine, which was put in by G. E.
Ruhmann & Bros, assisted by Mr.
Wilks. If you want to keep cool
these long summer days have them
put you in an outfit, and be up to
Mrs. Chas. Rose and daughter,
Miss Emma, have returned from
San Antonio. Miss Emma has
been attending tho San Antonio
High School and Mrs. Rose has
been out there for her health and
wo are glad to say that sho is con-
There will be a great game of
base bail south of the city between
the boys of the hose company and
those of the Huck and Ladder
Company next Sunday. Ten cents
will be charged for admission. No
charge for seats. The proceeds will
go towards buying a flag for the
Fire Department and everybody
should come. If you can't laugh,
don't come, for there will be lots
FOR SALE—130 acres of good
land 4 mites North East of Schuien-
burg on Middle Creek, 80 acres in
cultivation, rest in pasture, eyer-
lasting water in pasture. Dwell-
ing aud One Rent house. For par-
J. L. Haidusek.
3t La Grange, Texas.
CARD OF THANKS.
It is with sincere gratitude that
we extend our thanks to our friends
for their devoted and untiring as
sistance during the last illness of
our beloyed daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Heinrich.
The citizens of the tewn will give
a grand free Barbecue and there
will be political speaking at Eiler'
Park Wednesday afternoon, June
the 8th. Eyerybody is cordially
invited to come oufr and have a
good time. All business will be
suspended that afternoon and every
body will go out to hear Burgess
and Culberson speak and many
'•KATYS' U. C. V. RATES.'
To Nashville, Tenn June 14-16
will be of interest to prospective
trayelers. Write to Katy Dep't A.
Dallas, Texas, and ask about the
rate to Nashville, going and re-
turning via direct lines; also going
and returning via St. Louis, am
also going via direct lines to Nash-
ville, and returning home via St.
In five months is the record of
the Tyler College, Tyler, Texas.
The excellent work and thorough
courses of book-keeping and short-
hand ,of this institution will soon
place it at the head of American
Business Colleges. Its graduates
are being olaced almost daily in
the best positions of the country.
Their employment department is
an excellent feature. Through it
positions a?e filled without charge
to the business man or the student
The Oomus Card Club entertained-
Miss Marie Breymann charming
ly entertained the Comus Card Club
Thursday afternoon last and a most
pleasant time was had. After thf
smoke of the hotly contested games
cleared away it was found that Miss
Tillie Perlitz had won the first
prize; Mrs. Chris. Baumgarten Jr.,
the guest prize; Miss Hilma Hor
ner, the consolation prize. The
guests of the Club were: Miss
Helen Koch, of Seguin, Mrs. R. C.
Boettcher, Mrs. W. R. King, Mrs
Chris. Baumgarten, Jr., City, and
Mrs. R. Cullen, of Manghum.
Miss Emilie Heinrich, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Heinrich
liying two miles north of tho city,
died Monday morning at 5:30
and her remains were consigned
to their last resting place in the
Catholic Ceinetary at High Hill
Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock.
Miss Heinrich was just 22 years
of age making her untimely taking
a way all the more sad. We ex-
tend our heartfelt sympathy to the
S. P. RATES.
Louisiana Purchase Exposition
Coach excursion tickets on sale
June 14th. Rates $17.00.
Season Tickets, daily, Juno 15th
to Nov. 15th Rates $38.80,
Sixty day daily, June 25th to
Nov. 25th. Rates $32 35.
Fifteen day excursion daily, June
27th to Nov. 30th. Rates $26.25.
Ask for Shreveport and New Or-
leans rates for they are the most
June 19th a special excursion
will be, run to San Antonio leaving
Schuienburg at 8 o'clock. Rates
On Friday, June 17th a special
excursion leaving Schuleuburg at
7 o'clock a. m. for La Porte and
Syloan Beach. Rates $1 50. Nice
trip at small cost.
USE JAP-A-LAC. '
NEW ROYAL MACHINES, S2D.00.
The best value machine for the
money ever offered,
Guaranteed 10 Years.
BUGGIES! BUGGIES! AND MORE
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Haye a perfect system
of ventilation—no mor-
dicant can accumulate
in the food chambar so
zinc is unnecessary and
they're lined with
Haye dry roomy food
chambers that keep
perishable things sweet
and fresh as long as the
ice chamber is well
Can you lie down at night
with the assurance that
your property is Insured?
That if it should happen to
be destroyed you would
not lose all but only part?
Is the best thing you can buy. Some-
thing you do not have to die to beat.
See me and have a policy written.
W. R. KINO.
PERLITZ STORE NEWS
HORSES IN THE UNITED STATES.
Good horses are always in de-
mand despite the advent of the
automoble, steam plow and traction
engine. A horse is a paying invest-
ment under normal conditions, and
is ready for work at a moment's
notice, provided he is properly
cared for. Ho has always been
man's friend ana companion and
his popularity has not yet reached
its zenith. Raise good horses, for
a definite purpose and you will be
On January 1, 1904, there were
in the United States 16,736,059
horses. Three states have over a
million horses each, Texas leading
with 1,252,714, followed by Iowa
with 1,156,016 and Illinois with
1,120,276. In the liye stock census
the average valuation is about $68
a head, an increase of $9 oyer 1801.
In price, New Jersey leads with an
average of $100. The Southwest
falls below the average, but a
change is coming on and this will be
remedied beforo many years.—
Farm and Ranch.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Russek ro-
turn®d from St. Louis Wednesday.
Is very large, We are show-
ing some new ones. The
quality is the best for the
Our New Line of
Is very popular. They delight the wearer//
with comfort and figure. Two styles ot sumJiL
mer corsets at 35c.
You need an
In your Home.
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Winfree, Raymond. The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 44, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 2, 1904, newspaper, June 2, 1904; Schulenburg, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth189098/m1/3/: accessed December 9, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Schulenburg Public Library.