The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Ed. 1 Friday, April 2, 1915

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False Economy
Perhaps you use an alum baking
powder because you think it is
cheaper and therefore more eco-
nomical. But is it?
Leading food experts and medi-
fcal authorities have for years
declared that alum baking powders
are not safe to be used. The
chief European nations prohibit
them altogether.
Can it be truthfully said that"
an article of food so generally
condemned is economical at any
price?
Royal Baking Powder, which is
made from cream of tartar, adds
only healthful qualities to the
food.
The difference in cost of a
pan of biscuits or of a cake made
with Royal Baking Powder as com-
pared with cheap alum or phos-
phate of lime powders is about one
cent, which is surely too small an
amount to warrant.the risk.
ROYAL BAKING" POWDER CO.i
New York
Route 3
John Balzer was giving his new |
car a try-out on the road to Schu- j
lenburg the last of the week.
Alex. ■ Stoevcr and George
Jochen were guests at t;:o
Brueggemann homo Sunday
night.
Vvei', Blue Eyed Boy, I guess
you are having a tine time at
your literary society. "Wish I
could join one.
Wallace Ahrens, Herbert and
Willie Stoever, Arthur Brims
and Alfred Boiling attended the
party giveu a few evenings since.
With ii-aster Greeting to all.
Kisses.
PROFE8SHONAL.
OK. I. E. CLARK
DK, L. J. PETERS
«cm vsjmjru rr«globgh jvo. into
K. OF P.
COURT HOUSE NEWS
real estate
Mrs. (j Bohms, et al by assign? e
to Anton Prasak. release, 111-10
acres K Gn er league.
Cornelius Gehrels by Sheriff to
Chas Eckels, deed.
B F MeNatt and wife to Lufca
Ellen MeNatt an-i Anna Belle Me-
Natt Brunnermann, deed, in futaro.
15 acres, and 154 acres Wm H'ggins
survey.
H E Olle to Wm Ungerer, re-
lease.
Anna and Henry Morton ta F D
Breeding, deed, part^of the John H
Moore 12 league, $80.
Theresa and William Harder to
Anna Bucek, et al, release.
J G Guenther to Henry and Lud-
miila Friedrich, releas, 20 acres K
Oyer league.
Henry and Ludmilla Friedrich
to Rud Nordhausen and Paul Brey
k ^ann, deed,20 acres K Cryer league,
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birth repc «ro
John Waclavik and wife, boy,
larcb 25, Fayet*^1
Etnil Chalupa and wife, girl,
fch 24. Fa' ^
wife, boy.
irch 22, near Oldenburg.
Anton Bunjes and wife, boy,
March 7 , near Oldenburg.
AloisVacek an«i wife, boy, March
near Fayettaville.
marriage licenses
John P Stasny and Miss Theresa
si.
|f Vactar Lata and Miss Matylda
tka.
J C Armstrong and M iss Sodina
tobeon.
court proceedings
robate to be acted on during
|April term of court, 1915-
tste of Anna Mever, deceased
TppHcation of Peter Sommer for
robate of will, and for letters
3tamentary.
Estate of Ernst L Hengst, de-
ceased. Application of Mrs Ernst
L Hengst for probate of will muni-
ment of title.
Estate of Franz Fritsch, deceased.
Application of Mrs. Anna Fritsch
for probate of \\ill and for letters
testamentary.
Estate of Herman and Erna
Bauch. deceased. Application of
Paul Stuerke for probate of will and
for letters testamentary.
Estate of Martin Svehla,deceased.
Application of C E Nesrsta and
Mary Hayek for probate of will and
for letters of tests mentarv.
Estate of H B Moore, deceased.
Application of M s. Jane-Moore
letters of administraton.
Estate ol ft Speed, deceasd. Ap.
plication of Maggie Speed for pro-
bate of will and muniment of title.
Estate of Joseph Mi kolas deceased.
of Anna Mikolaa for
nil ar d fo lptt°rs testa-
m
rienke, Sr.,
deceased. Application of Robert
Krienke, Jr., for probate of will
and for letters testamentary.
Monthly report of state and
county taxes collected by Wm.
Mennike, tax collector of Fayette
County, Texas during the month of
January, 1915, approved by the
Commissioners' Court, March 22,
1915, at a special term, shows as
follows to wit:
Collected for the state on regular
tax rolls, revenue 813778.91, school
$22046 25, pension $5511-56, poll
$3081.00.
Supplemental roll,revenuei$;21-26,
school i$34 03, pension $8 50, poll
$469.50-
Insolvent list, revenue $2.30,
school Si.70. pension $ .50, interest
and penalty $ .72.
Redemptions, revenue $36-53,
school 831.80, pension $7.08,penalty
and interest $23-29.
Occupation taxes, $640.00.
Collected for the county on regular
tax rolls, advalorem, 130865 69,
Poll $513 50.
Supplement roll, advalorem
$111-41, Poll $78.25.
Insolvent list, advalorem $2 80*
penalty and interest $ .45.
Redemptions, advalorem $52-19,
penalty and interest $12 22.
Occupation taxes $32.00.
Monthly report of state and
county taxes collected by Wm.
Vlennike; tax collector of Fayette
County, Texas, during the month
of February, 1915, approved by the
Commissioners' Court of Fayette
County March 22,1915. at a special
term, shows as follows, to wit:
Collected for the state on regular
tax roll, revenue $46.47, school
$74.34, pension $18 60, poll $40-50,
penalty $17.98.
Supplemental roll, poll $6 00-
Redemptions, revenue $2.13,
school $2 02, pension $ .30, penalty
$ 92.
Occupation taxes 8415 00- ^
Collected for the county on regular
tax roll, advalorem $104 10, poll
S6-75, penalty $11 07.
Supplemental roll, poll $1-00.
Redemptions, advalorem $3.18,
penalty $ .69.
Occupation taxes $140 00-
High Hill
Everybody in a hurry to get
their corn and cotton re-planted.
Louis Boiling was in town the
last of the week buying lumber
to build a bridge that we may
have better roads.
Mif>s Hilda Stoever was visit-
ing at the Julius Frank home
last week-
Joe Ahrens was in Muldoon
last week.
Miss Louise Brueggeman was
in town the last of last week.
The High Bill naeht-wachter
i tried his car Sunday evening, but
left it in the field and got it Mon-
^iobia Bed Breast.
From Engle
Miss Adolphina Stavinoha
spent Sunday with Miss France
Marseh.
Miss Clara Schwenke was the
guest of Mrs. F. Marseh last
Thursday.
R. M. Stavinoha was in your
c'ty last Thursday.
Mrs. J. Zaceh visited recently
with Mrs. F. Marseh.
J. Maly and wife were guests
Sunday night of Mrs. A. Stavi-
noha.
C. Nojsejchik was out calling a
few evenings since.
Miss Annie Haidusek was the
guest of Miss Millie Templin
Sunday evening.
Miss Mary Janca visited with
Miss France Svrcula Sunday.
Blue Eyed Boy, I hope the
rabbit will not forget you.
Cousin to Blue Eyed Boy.
From Middle Creek
Most of our farmers have fin-
ished planting their cot'on.
John F. Biuzaoch, of Wallis,
visited last week at the home of
Alois Knesek, Sr.
Ferd. Klesel has returned
home from a Moulton hospital.
John and Jerome Mensik were
the guests Sunday { of Emil
Knesek.
A large bunch of boys were
out playing bail Sunday. The
score was 4 to 27.
Louis and Emil Knesek and
Otto Wilks, of Schulenburg,
were in Ammonsvilie last week.
Frank Winkler, while returning
home from the base ball game
last Sunday, in going down a
'hill, broke a wheel of his bike and
badly damaged a pair of trous-
ers. He liacl to walk home and
carry the wheel on his head.
Frank Schindler was in Schu-
lenburg the first ot the week.
Misses Sophie and May Knesek
were the guests of Annie Smith
Sunday. M- C. Sonny.
DRS.CLARK
Pbysicians a;;d
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PEsLRSj jpff
Surgeons! -iSSpit r.
Meets every 1st and 3rd j
Wednesday night, ia Their i
Castle Hall. All visiting
Knights cordially invited to
atumd th9 meetings ot the j
lodge.
Sshaofer, C. C.
C erne
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Office ;
i'hsrmscy in i^ n
at Residence at Might
DR. W.O. LEUDEIV1ANN
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Proctzei Building
Phone at Residence and Office.
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Calls answered day and night
John R.Luecke
VETERINARY
SURGEON
Office with E. R. Vogt
Your patronage solicited when in
need of veterinary work.
Will answer phone day and night
SUNSET CAMP 120,W.O.W.
Meets every la and 3rd Fri-
day in the month at the new Hall
Visiting Sovereigns welcome.
John P. Thomas, C. C.
Fred Richtee, Clerk.
E. A. Wolters, Banker
DR. FRANK KENT
Office SOS E-Iicjks £3Idg.
San Antonio, Texas
Practice limited to diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
and Fitting of Glasses,
will visit
Weimar Mar.
Schulenburg April 1
LaGrange " 2
DR. R. O. PERKINS
DEMTSST
Crown and Bridgework
A Specialty
Office on Main St Call.
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Beware!
The Clutching
Hand Is Loose
Notice is hereby given that a not cm
rious criminal is at large in this citv.^
He is the author of a score of crimes,
particularly fiendish in the methods
employed.
He has completely eluded the po-
lice, for he has left no clue as to his
identity, except a mark of a clutch-
ing hand, by which he has come to
be known.
His ways are peculiar, his motive
for actiyity being indefinable. He
turns up anywhere—attacks any-
body. He goes from a palace to a
lowly hovel ; from a little child to an
old lady. The beautiful woman is
not beyond him, nor the strong one.
f
He does not work in the ordinary
way. His schemes are awful and
ghastly. He must be a scientist gone
awry.
This warning is therefore made in
order to put every family on its
closest guard.
Women! Lock your doors!
' Men! Do not go out unprotected.
The "Clutching Hand" is worse
than ever was "Jack the Kipper" for !
here the favorite pursuit is murder.
Rewards are offered for the detec-
HARVEY R. CLARK
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
LaQrange and Schulenburg
Schulenburg off ice in rear
of Cernosek's Drug Store
9///ss Srene
Jfeolland
(joachar SP/ano
and Uheory
Studio at Residence
Cernosek's Pharmacy
Lyons Avenue
Your patronage solicited and
will be sppreciated. Prices are
the lowest and Goods first-
class.
Prescriptions carefully com-
pounded by an experienced
Pharmacist. Phone 77.
tion and arrest of the "Clutching
/
Hand." Send all information to
The People's National
Anti-Crime League
imw
•A- vs;
Western Star Lodge
No. 174
O. O. F*.
Meets regularly
each Tuesday night
Transient b ret hern
L'^#are cordially invit-
ed to visit us.
Gtjs-Russek, N. U.
John P. Thomas, Secretary.
.yens Lodge, Mo. i95
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attend.
Z'\ a *1. .11.
Meets oa Friday
on or before
each full moon in
\ the month. Tran-
* sient brebherenare
cordiaily invited to
Geo. Vogt, W. JVI.
Feed. Ebeung, Bao
Fayette Tempel No. §4.
PYTHIAN SISTERS.
Regular meeting in K. of P. Hal
the 2 Wednesday afternoon and
the 4 Wednesday afternoon. All
visiting sisters and brothers cordia-
ly invited to attend
• Miss Emma Merbem, M. E. C.
Mrs Anna Wolters, M. of It. & C
!VY GROVE NO.
81,W.C.
Meets every 1st and 3rd Thurs-
day in tli' month at noon. All
visiting ;im: ::b;:rs- are invited to
attend;
Lena Biauner, Guardian,
111 mica Merrem, Clerk.
Anna Wolter, Banker*
T H E.
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ALOON
ESViiL A GIEPTNER
PROPRIETOR
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Fresh Cold Beer on Tap
Make this your headquarters
GUS.RUSSEK
GENERAL
INSURANCE
Representing Leading Companies
"JACK RABBIT
esDBi
The best car on the
market today
44The King Car"
SchulenBurg,
is tHe Best car for the
Money
Before Buying Investigate Them.
I. E. CLARK
=aqeinT
Ba\imgak.rten-Ma>!tula Co.
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Brick, Lime,
Cement, Hardware, Paints, Oils,
F'urniture and Undertaking.
Schulenburg
Spring; Line of Shoes
Our Spring Line of Shoes is on display*
It includes a fine assortment of dressy
styles at very reasonable prices and a big
of durable work shoes.
W. D. KEUPER,
Lyons
Ave
11
. • $. Ha
> sifgfe p
Schulenburg Light Sc Ice Co.
Great REDUCTION in lamps effective
April 1st, 1915. -The Celebrated
WESTINGHOUSE 15-40
Watt Tungstens 2SC each
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Statement of Ownership, Etc ,
Of the Schulenburg Sticker,
published weekly at Schulen-
burg, Texas, required by an act
of August 24, 1012. Editors,
managing editors, business man-
agers and publishers,, D. O. Bell
& Son, Schulenburg, Tfexas,]
Known bondholders, mortgages, .
etc., holding 1 per cent, or more |
of total amount of bonds, mort-:
gages, etc., R. A. Wolters, Schu-i
lenburg, Texas.
Signed and sworn to this 19th*
day of March, 1915.
D. O. Bell.
Rail Road Time Card—Sunset
Central Line
West Bound—San Antonio.
No. 7 due - — 3:58 a. m.
No. 9 due 3:57 p. in
Fast Bound—Houston
No. 8 due ' 319: p.m.
No. 10 due 2:37 a. in
A Hint to The Houswives M
Cut down the high cost of living by using Chef Oil for
your cakes, etc. A pure vegetable product now sell-
ing at 10c per pound or 75c "per gallon. Remember
use only half as much oil for baking as butter or lard
with better results and your cakes will keep fresh
much longer and will not get hard and dry if nude
with Chef Oil. -
The Schulenburg Oil
£t.,
Saddles, Jfcirness, Winter -Cap <
adobes. Special jfiionticn
to Ji/t 9//ail Orders j
The Sticker will meet competition
prices on job printing made by any
reliable city printing office and will
guarantee the work This does not
apply to scab dumps that graft
cash in advance and no come-back
Henry SengeSmann
1 WHOLESALE DEALER IIV
Celebrated American Standard Keg Bee J
Brewed by the American Brewing Association, Houston
We use only "Patent Lock Faucets" on Kegs.
Budweiser, Pilsener and Dixie Pale Beer
Pure Clear Artesian Ice
L
The First National
^P. Woltors <?. S&. JCessle>
^President 7/iee-^residont
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