The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Ed. 1 Friday, July 23, 1915 Page: 1 of 1
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THE SCHULENBURG! STICKER, SCHULENBURG, TEXAS
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COURT HOUSE NEWS
Ernest and Lizzie Young, et al to
; Pure Oil Operating Co., oil and
W Hermes, Sr., to A W Stram-
ler, release, 100 acres, J P LonglGy
Anna M. Stasny, et al to A W
itramler et al release, 200 acres,
less 30 acres, J R Phillips grant.
(Jhas Theil and wife to J J
Parker, deed, 1 acre, I Almanzur
John Romberg by assignee to
John Koenig, release.
Gates Thomas for himself and as
attorney in fact, to Sam F Drake,
deed, lots 2, 4, 6, 7, 10 and 11,
block 14, 2, 4, 6, 7, 10 and 11,
block 15, Winchester, $300.
fienry J Scheel and wife to Fritz
Scheel, deed, lots 11,12,13,14, 15,
16,17, 18, 19 and 20, block 27,
Otto Sladczyk to Herman M anke,
Jr., deed, 80 acres, R M Cravens
W J Logan to H D Huebel,
lease, lot No. — in Farm Block 28,
fm Heames, Jr., to John H
Kfllough, deed, 1-4 acre Jno 11
Moore 1-2 league, $25.
Helen Matics afcd husband to
Mrs. C C Frierson, deed, 160 acres,
E Whithead, right and interest,
Julia L Wallace and husband et
al to Mrs. C C Frierson, deed, 160
acres, right and title, $160.
T T McCommon to Sam Bilton,
E A Arnim to Sam Bilton, Jr.,
E A Arnim to Sam Bilton, 60
acres, Wm Kuykendall 1-3 league,
Sam Bilton, Jr., and Jwife to
Arnim & Lane, deed, 25 acres, John
S Menefee league, $406.
Mamie Henderson and husband
Sallie Hudson, deed, lot 8, block
11, LaGrange, $250.
James E Darwin and wife by as-
signee to Andrew and MaryRensch,
Supplimentary Contract Ledbet-
ter gravel lease, between Frank
MeCellen and Sunrise rock and
LiUie Isslieb to August Schulz,
transfer of 1 vendors lien note in
the sum of $375-
Susaa Wejand et al by assignee
to Alfred Weyand, release, all the
land known as survey No. 111.
Susan Weyand, et al by assignee
to Lee Rethke, release.
Mrs. Emma Kruschel to A H
Kneip, release, part of lot 201,
block 21, LaGrange.
AH Kneip and wife to Paul
i>anke, deed, part of lot 201, block
11, LaGrange, $1800.
' birth reports
Elo Hillmann and wife, boy. Jnly
John Rhodes and wife, boy, July
9, near Warrent.
Arthur Rurchardt and wife, boy,
July 12, Round Top.
William Early Young and wife,
rl, July 7, West Point.
August Brunner and wife, girl,
5, near Flatonia.
Carl Teinert and wife, boy, June
6, near Warda.
Traugott Scboppa and wife, girl,
June 28, Winchester.
Jim Pavlica and wife, boy, —
Frank Matus and wife, girl, July
Adolph Heinrich and wife,—,
June 29, Schulenburg.
Joseph Kruppa and wife,—.June
|p 30. Schulenburg.
Ludwig Janicek and wife, girl,
June 15, near Ammansville.
Julius Havelka and wife, boy,
July 11, LaGrange.
August Schultze and wife, boy,
July 15, Round Top.
pleasant boars at the Louis Hillje
Gus and Henry Adamek called
Saturday evening at the Ferd.
Meyer home south of town.
Mrs. R. A. Seydler and chil-
dren visited Sunday with Mrs.
Ferd Hillje and wife of Hall-
ettsville spent Sunday with Ed.
Strobel and family.
Mrs. F. Adamek called a short
while Sunday morning on Mrs.
Ed Strobel and family visited
relatives at Swiss Alp recently.
F. R. Otto and • R. A. Seydler
took in the barbecue in Schulen-
burg Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. F. Adamek and daughters
Misses Josepha and Minnie vis-
ited Sunday at the Chas. Kris-
Mrs. C. A. Isaacson of your
burg apent a few days the first
of the week with her brother, F.
Nordhausen and family.
Mrs. F. Otto and children were
guests at the John Nordhausen
home Sunday afternoon.
Joe Krischke and family of
High Hill, were visitors Sunday
of Chas. Krischke and family.
Gus and Henry Adamek were
out driving Sunday afternoon
with their borsemobile.
Alfred Steinmannof your burg
called on Waldemar and Romeo
Russek Bros, passed through
here Sunday morning with a
bunch of cattle.
Miss Annie Seydler of High
Hill, called a short while on Mrs.
j John Nordhausen Monday after-
All of our steppers attended
the High Hill dance Monday.
Snow White and Rose Red.
A.1E ALWAYS ON THE WATCH
Miss Emma Creuzhaur of your
city, called a short while Friday
at the F. Nordhausen home.
Mrs. F. Otto and some of the
Iren called Saturday at the
. Otto home in Ammannsville.
i Minnie Nordhausen was
e who took the pleas-
Miss Mary Svrcula spent Sun-
day with Miss Emma Hranciky.
Mrs. J. Maly visited Mrs. J.
Pavlicek Suncay evening.
Joe Svrcula called at the home
of Frank Hranciky Sunday.
R. M. Stavinoha was in you
town Sunday evening.
Miss /Adolph Stavinoha was
the guest of Miss Matilda Kobza
Mrs. Adolph Stavinoha spent
Sunday at the J. Hrancikh home
Mr. F. Herzik sassed through
Engle Sunday afternoon.
Cousin to Blue Eyed Boy.
THE TRINIDAD LAKE ASPHALT
Get roofing that lasts.
What's the use of spend-
ing money for repairs and
Genasco is proof against
rain, snow, sun, wind, heat,
cold, sparks, alkalis, acids
—everything that harms
The natural oils of
Trinklad Lake asphalt
give it resistance, and
make it last.
Now is the time to let
us have your order.
Hov. 3attleships at Sea Keep Informed
of the Whereabouts of an
Every battleship at sea has its
wireless installation adjusted so that
it can send and receive signals and
messages to other squadrons at sea
or in harbor and to stations ashore.
One ship is always in direct touch
with the admiralty, whence the latest
information received at headquarters
from all parts of the world is immedi-
ately transmitted to the fleet, while
each of the other ships composing the
fleet is similarly responsible for some
particular station ashore or for a
cruiser squadron or flotilla of torpedo
For the purpose of obtaining infor-
mation as to the whereabouts of the
enemy and guarding against surprises
wireless telegraphy Is, of course, inval-
uable, says the Wireless World (Lon-
don). A great number of cruisers are
sent out ahead and spread a number
of miles across. The duty of these
ships is to keep a thorough lookout
and report to the ship in the battle
fleet looking out on their particular
wavelength. This ship, in turn, re-
ports by semaphore or Morse-lamp to
the admiral of the battle fleet. The
cruisers are sometimes assisted by
torpedo boat destroyers. Now, if 30
of these ships are used it will be read-
ily seen that the area of their vision
is enormous, and it would be almost
impossible for a fleet to pass unob-
served. immediately any of the ships
sight the enemy's squadron they would
report at once by wireless, stating the
number of ships sighted, with their
speed, latitude and longitude, etc. The
admiral would then give his orders,
also by wireless.
BOOKS HE WOULD SELECT
Author Gives His List of ReadiVig
Matter for Dweller Encamped
on Desert Island.
What ten • books would you select
for a course of reading if you were
placed on a desert island? No time
should be lost in compiling the list, be-
cause there are omy a few desert
islands left. Her^, for example, not of
islands, out of books, is the list se-
lected by William Caine, the novelist;
author of "But She Meant Well."
"1. The Bible, because it'is a book
that I have always meant to read. 2.
Gibbons, because there is such a lot of
it. 3. Rabelais, that I might laugh. 4.
Don Quixote,' that I might weep. 5.
'Bouvard et Pechuchet,' because this
is one side of France. 6. Carlyle's
French Revolution,' because this }s
the other. 7. 'Wahrheit und Dichtung,'
because here I have Germany. 8.
'Arabian Nights,' because this is the
East. 9. Tom Jones,'' because this is
England as Fielding saw it. 10 'The
Niew Foresters/ because this is Eng-
land as my wife saw it."
Poland Not Wild aftd Desolate.
The prevalent impression in the
west that the operations in Poland
have been conducted in wild and des-
olate country is curiously wide of the
truth Poland is now more densely
populated than arry other part of Rus-
sia, and the towns which have figured
in the recent dispatches are centers
of thriving industry. Radom, now
out of sound of the guns, has
large tanneries and distilleries, Ka-
lisz, through which a big German col-
umn passed to relieve the pressure in
the center, is famous for lace and
embroideries. Every little town around
which the fighting hSfc raged has its
own mills, chiefly textile. Poland is
rich in minerals, and its coal field is
of considerable extent. It is not neces-
sary to cross into sAesia to find either
factories or Germans engaged in run-
ning them If Russia could have
saved Poland from Invasion we may
bs sure she would have done so.—
Where Home Folks Come First.
In Chicago men who need work are
being given blue tickets. These tick-
ets identify the holders as bona fide
residents of Gbicago. The object is to
give needy Chicagoans first call on
jabs and charity and to shut out an
army of drifters who crowd into the
city in the ccld months to live on
charity. Of course, the blue tickets
do not docm to starviticn all strang-
ers'who reach Chicago* in a starving
condition. They simply insure pref-
-jronc3 to Chicagoans when aid is ex
tended and discourage the professional
Crushed Stone Industry.
Crushed stone is the largest factor
of the stone industry in the United
States. Figures showing the value of
crushed stone were first published by
the United States Geological Survey
in 1898 and amounted to $4,031,445.
By 1913 the output was valued at over
So 1,000,000. Of late years stone
crushed for making concrete has
largely taken the place of building and
"I think that wtmien ought to have
"Do they really want it?"
'They must want it. Some of them
are working so ardently for suffrage
that they are paying absolutely no at-
tention tp dj-ess."—Kansas City Jour-
City's New Move.
The health' commissioner of Milwau-
kpe i3 planning to establish free dis-
pensTrl'ti and clinics in school build-
ings at ..regular hours, not only for
service to the children, but to the
DR. I, E. CLARK
DR, L. J. PETERS
DRS.CLARK & PETERS
Physicians and Surgeons
Office at Cernosek's
Pharmacy in Day Time,
at Residence at Night
SCMitTMjBJYBVKO LODOB JTO. 'J96
DR. W.O. LEUDEMANN
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Proetzel Building
Phone at Residence and Office.
Calls answered day and night
Office with E. R. Vogt
Your patronage solicited when in
need of veterinary work.
Will answer phone day and night
DR. FRANK KENT
Office 306 Flicks Oldg
San Antonio, Texas
Practice limited to diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
and Fitting of Glasses,
Weimar, July 21,
Schulenburg, July 22,
LaGrange, July 23.
DR. R. O. PERKINS
Crown and Bridgework
Office on Main St. Call.
HARVEY R. CLARK
LaGrange and Schulenburg
Studio at Residence
Your patronage solicited and
will be appreciated. Prices are
the lowest and Goods first-
Prescriptions carefully com-
pounded by an experienced
Pharmacist. Phone 77.
K. OF P.
Meets every 1st and 8rd
Wednesday night In Their
Castle Hall. All visiting
Knights cordially Invited to
attend the meetings of the
R. E. Sehaefer, C. C.
SUNSET CAMP 120.W.0.W.
Meets every Is. and 3rd Fri-j
day in the month at the new Hall
Visiting Sovereigns welcome.
John P. Thomas, C. C. I
Fred Richter, Clerk.
R. A. Wolters, Banker
Western Star Ledge
I. O. O. F.
each Tuesday night
are cordially invit-
ed to visit us.
Gus Russek, N. G.
John P. Thomas, Secretary.
Lyons Lodge, No. 195
Meets on Friday
on or before
each fall moon in
the month. Tran-
cordially invited to
Geo. Vogt, W. M.
Fbed. Ebb ling, Seo
Fayette Tempel No. 84.
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 Merrem, M. E. C.
Mrs Anna Wolters, M. of R. & C
IVY GROVE NO.
Meets every 1st and 3rd Thurs-
day in the month at noon. All
visiting members are invited to
Lena Brauner, Guardian,
Emma Merrem, Clerk.
Anna Wolter, Banker*
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Fresh Cold Beer on Tap
Make this your headquarters
Representing Leading Companies
The Bxponition Line
Standard and Tourist Sleepers
Through Trains Daily
. i.rn tub
Electric Lighted Sleepers and
Oil Burning Locomotives
Electric Block Signals
The Route of Safe Travel
For futher information ask the
VOSS & LEGK
A large force of carpenters
insures prompt work and your
business is solicited.
The best car on the
The King Car" is the Best car lor the
Before Buying Investigate Them.
I, E. CL.ARK
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Brick, Lime*
Cement, Hardware, Paints, Oils,
Furniture and Undertaking.
200 Pairs at
Better Plan to buy several pairs if you can find your size
in Ladies' Gentlemen's and Children's Styles
Worth $2 to S3.SO
W. D. KEUPER,
A Hiat to The HouswiYes
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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 m&de
with Chef Oil;
The Schulenburg Oil Mill
WHOLESALE DEALER IIS
Celebrated American Standard Keg Beer
: Brewed by the American Brewing Association, Houston
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We use only "Patent Lock Faucets" on Kegs.
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Budwelser, Pilsener and Dixie Pale Beer
Pure Clear Artesian Ice
jp y&u need spectacles or eye glasses for reading or distance
that absolutely will not strain your eyes, then come and
inspect our most up-to-date line of optical goods. We will
give you a perfect fitting frame and lenses with a perfect clear
vision at a moderate price.
Watch and Clock Repairing Guaranteed
W. F\ GARLIN
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Jeweler and Optician
Schulenburg Light & Ice Co.
Day service is now on and summer is here
Fans, Irons and Cooking Utensils for Sale
Fans, etc. overhauled upon request.
W. D. COWAN, Supt.
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