The Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 3, 1898 Page: 2 of 6
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ALSO A GENERAL CLEARING SALE OF-
Hats, Boots and Shoes Trunks, Hardware, Tinware and Crockery.
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Any one preferring to buy their supples for produce instead of cash will find that we are paying
rket Prices for Cotton, Corn, Turkeys, Chickens and
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le shall be
now rests with the
will you decide?
is not greatly mis-
have nb reason to
we are, the intelligent yeo-
of this district will bury
so deep that his very ex-
will be but a disagreeable
i Sticjekb was very much sur*
while at LaGrange last Sat.
to find pinned upon the
lappei of the coat of a voung man,
who claims to be a democrat, a
Hawley button. There is no such
thing as a Hawley democrat. It is
either a democrat or a republican
at this stage of the gftt«e,
Again we notice in one of our
: exchanges that another Fayette
county boy is climbing the ladder
of fame and it doesn't surprise us
WM-: either. -The gentleman we have
' j reference to is no other than our
; friend Wra. Eilers, who was elect-
ed president of the Washington
county Teachers Institute at Bren-
ham recently. Good for our Billy.
You can always find the Hal-
letsville Herald on the right side
of the question. It is doing much
for Robson and democracy in this
campaign, - ^ "
Be careful and scratch your bal-
lot with black ink or a black lead
pencil, all ballots scratched in any
other color are illegal.
Houston's Fruit, Flower <£ati
the 'i'e Jt& ^ege&able Carnival will be held
Pec., m ,to im ^898, it behooves
every section of fF.^4 and
glorious stats to b« 99 wit^
will an exhibit.
Mr. W. S. Robeon will speak at
Eagle next Sunday.
A PROPER HAWLEYCRAT.
There has been a party going
through the German settlements in
Fayette said Austin counties mak-
ing sermon speeches for R. B.
Hawley. This party hails from
Dallas, and it is a little strange why
the republicans of the Tenth dis-
trict have to import a German
speaker from Dallas county to tell
the good citizens of Austin and
Fayette counties how to vote. The
name of this party is Ben Fabian,
and is a man with a history. In
1894 the grand jury of Pallas coun.
ty presented to the district court
a true bill, charging this same
Ben Fabian with the crime of for-
gery. Later he was tried before a
jury of his own selection and was
given a term of two years in the
penitentiary. The judge before
whom the case was tried denied
the defend^t $ gew trial and sen-
tenced him to confinement in the
penitentiary for two years. The
defendant appealed to the Court of
ovigpRal appeals and his case was
by this coujrt $ffifl#ed. The de-
fendant made a motion fbf a re
hearing, which was granted and the
judgment was reversed and the
cause remanded, When Mr, Haw.
ley wants to send his emissaries
among us to tell us how to vote,
we would prefer that he would not
send us a jailbird to tell us. The
only way that we can resent this
insult is to do it at the polls. Our
denjoppatip champion has no jail-
birds advocating fcij? claims. We
have the documents certified under
the hand and seal of the district
clerk of Dallas county to substan-
tiate every assertion that we have
made. Mr. Fabian got out of jail
on April 4th, 1898.
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The demand for garments, meas-
ure taken to order by us, is stead-
The high qnality of the material
we ofier, the stylish way the gar-
ments are cut, the elegance of the
finish and perfection of fit is bring-
ing us a host of customers.
We are prepared to take your
measure for a suit of clothes from
$10 up, out of our excellent line of
tailoring samples. Give us a trial.
H. GRAF & CO.
#. p. Schaefer.
Buck Stores and Ranges,
Dandy Windmills by the car load,
Pumps and piping, hardware, tip^ware,
cutlery, crockery and house furnishing
goods. Also manufacture Galv. cisterns
with Galv. angle iron rims. All goods
must be in first-class shape before thev
leave my shop and at lowest possible price.
e Your Wants Many?
DO YOU WANT SUPERIOR
At honest prices? If so we would like your trade. Needn't take
come and see goods aud get prices.
>ods, Boots, She
If its Liquor j
Of Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Crockery and Hardware
plete. If its Liquor you want we also handle that.
This space is reserved for .
M. C. LEVEY,
The Notary Public.
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IN THE NEW BUILDING,
A choice stock of liquors, wines, beer and cigars ah
S. T. Schaefer, Prop. Theo.
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The DaCOSTA Cii
OPPOSITE DEPOT. SCHU1
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The Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 13, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 3, 1898, newspaper, November 3, 1898; Schulenburg, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth189997/m1/2/: accessed September 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Schulenburg Public Library.