Transcribed from "An Illustrated History of The Big Bend Country, embracing Lincoln, Douglas, Adams and Franklin counties, State of Washington",  published by Western Historical Publishing Co., 1904.

     ALBERT SCHULTZ was born in Alma, Buffalo county, Wisconsin on May 10, 1872, being the son of Charles F. and Anna Schultz, natives of Germany.  The father came from Germany when young, settling in Wisconsin, and died in 1896 in Lincoln county.  The mother also came to the United States when young and is now living at Reardan.  Our subject received his education in the log school houses of Wisconsin and labored on the farm with his father until eighteen, after which, he came to Washington in 1884 and bought a farm near Reardan.  Later, he sold this and engaged in the livery business at Reardan, continuing in the same until the spring of 1899.  Then he sold, having the finest stable in the town.  After that he engaged in the retail liquor business with his brother, the firm being Schultz Brothers.  Our subject has never seen fit to embark on the matrimonial sea.  He is a member of the Foresters and the M. W. A.  Mr. Schultz is well pleased with the Big Bend country and expects to make this his home.  He is always interested in the progress and development of the section as well as in political matters.