The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Ed. 1 Friday, August 27, 1915 Page: 1 of 2
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THE SCHIJLENBURG STICKER, SCHULENBURG, -TEXAS
Cleaning and Pressing
Work called for and delivered.
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Special attention to ladies' work
J and satisfaction guaranteed.
Phone 43 Seeberger Bros.
—Just received, a shipment of
ladies' neckwear. \
Cranz & Kessler. *
FOR RENT—For light house
keeping. Three large rooms.
S. P. & Commercial Hotel.
—Just received, a beautiful
line of silk poplins. Do not fail
to see them. : ■ty-
Cranz & Kessler.
FCR SALE—Heater; $1, this
—Cleaning and Pressing
All work guaranteed.
—Fresh Beef and cold storage
Beef, Barbecue and Hot Sausage
every* Saturday at the Stanzel
Meat Market. 48 tf
—The Grant Lumber Com-
pany is prepared to give you the
very closest prices on lumber
and building material. No order
too large or too small.
Harsh physics reacts, weakens
the bowels, will lead to chronic con-
stipation. Doan's Regulets operate
easily. 2oc a box at all stores. 46
—Fruit is healthy this warm
weather and Henry Meyer has
all kinds next to P. O.
—Sawed wood for sale in any
43 tf F. C. Stanzel.
—Re-covering Autos, Auto
Tops or any other tops is now a
specialty with the Hey Co. at
Hallettsville or Gonzales. 45
—If you think of having your
Auto Tops re-covered, write for
samples and prices to Heye Co.,
Gonzales or Hallettsville. 45
Anew line,of post cards just
received at Henry Meyer's, next
tcP. Q. 44
FOR SALE—Fine Jersey
heifer. Dr. Perkins. 36
Auto Bargain— For the best
bargain in an automobile call on
Henry Meyer. 44 tf
I have, and am agent for all
sizes of farms, from 25 acres up
to 400 acres. Prices right and
terms to suit. See
43-4 EmilH. Baumgarten.
The Rock Building formerly
used by Mr. Rinn as a soda wa-
ter factory. Apply to
46-tf Emil Baumgarten.
—For screen doors, lime,
cement, lumber or other building
material figure with the Grant
Lumber Co- 19
Accideuts will happen, but the
regulated families keep Dr. Thomas?
Eclectic Oil for such emergencies.
Two sizes 25c and 50c at all stores.
—We have a beautiful line of
em broidered crepe dechene and
colored handkerchiefs. 1
Cranz & Kessler
Itch I Jtch! Itch! — Scratch!
Scratch! Scratch 1 The more you
scratch, the worse the itch. Try
I/ban's Ointment. For eczema, any
akin itching. 50c a box. 46
SCHOLARSHIP FOR SALE-
In either Tyler Commercial Col-
lege, of Tyler, or Draughan's
Practical Business Collge, of
Houston, at a greatly reduced
rate. 'For further information
address " P," care this office.
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4—Just arrived, a beautiful se-
lection in ladies' skirts.
—You can buy all kinds of
floss for fancy work at
Cranz & Kessler's.
FOR SALE—Old papers for
wrapping, or putting under car-
pets or matting, at this office.
Am prepared to make Loans on
good security in sums of from
$1,000„ up, on from one to ten
years time. Enquire of
James A. Logwood,
P. O. Box 123. 'Phone 54.
A full line of auto casings,
tubes, etc., always in stock.
Prices right. '
FOR RENT—Five room house
at edge of corporation. Small
pasture in connection. Apply to
Henry Sengelmann. 48
Tbere will be a grand "Ball
given at Sengelmann's Hall on
Mon<£py, August 30. Daneing
for married, 25c. Single, 50c.
Musto by Lux Band. N Everybody
F. R. Brossmann.
/ A healthy man is a king in his
?5wn right; an unhealthy man an un-
slave. For impure blood
and sluggish liver, use Burdock
Bitters. On the market 35
$1.00 a bottle. 46
A. B. Wolters was in' Houston
Fenton Cornelson was in Eagle
Sammy Shelburn, of West
Point, was in Schulenburg Fri-
Don Farrell, of Hallettsville,
spent Sunday with relatives
Eddie -Mrazek left Monday for
Yoakum where he has employ-
Joe Moser, Sr., came in Satur-
day to spend some time with his
Farmers, bring in those 10
ears of corn. We have $3 in cash
for some one of you.
Miss Katie Cornelson is enter-
taining Misses Lillian and Lenora
Eahrenholdt of ElCampo.
Mrs. W. Richter and Miss Ce-
cilia Czichos leit Tuesday for the
New Orleans milinery market.
Now, let's see what the heavy
rains of this week will do to-
wards making a second cotton
crop in- this section.
The business men of the town
should stand by the civic club.
It is doing a work along civic
lines that is worth while.
Mrs. Walter Helmcamp and
the children returned on Friday
from a visit of two weeks with
relatives and friends in Houston.
Adolph Hahnka has added
more handsome cement walks
and a long stretch of fence at his
new home. A splendid wajr to
add to the appearance of the
Mrs. Havel and the children
returned to their home in Shiner
Saturday after a weeks visit at
the Joe Beszetny home north
The telephone company is in-
stalling new poles in different
parts of the city which no doubt
will add to the efficiency of the
Cotton gathered since the re-
cent rains is being ginned and
some of it is about half sand and
the other half cotton. But the
seed are not injured.
The Schulenburg second team
defeated Oakland Sunday two to
one in a fast game. The Oakland
boy8 are right there when it
coiaes to playing ball.
Chris. Baumgarten took six-
teen of the boy scouts a few
miles out into the country Satur-
day and camped out over night,
and all of them had a hog-killing
James Cherry, of Oakland, was
in town Monday and left $2.50 on
subscription account. For years
Mr. Cherry lived within a few
miles of Schulenburg and com-
menced with the Sticker with
its first number.
If you ought to have painted last
year and waited, how much do you
think you made?
You'll buy an extra gallon this
year. There's is $5 or $6 for paint
and labor. You think you won't
but you will; you can't stretch
It is always so: the longer you
wait, the more paint and wages.
Besides what paint is for. What is
J. F. Grant Lumber Co. sells it
Cut down the weeds. Do it
B. F. Johnson and e Victor
Jordon were in Waelder Friday.
Ike Lippman was in San An-
tonio the first of the0 week on
business. T*d if.-
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Dr. Thomas and wife and* son
of Hondo are visiting at the Dr.
E. H. Pratka and Otmar Kallus
attended the K. J. T. meeting at
St. John Sunday.
Miss Hayden McKinnon has
returned home after a stay of
several weeks in San Antonio.
Edward Stanzel of Halletsville
was visiting with Schulenburg
relatives and friends Monday.
Miss Delia Thomas is home
again after a visit of several
weeks with friends in San An-
A fine baby girl was born to
August Gebert and* wife Mon-
day. It tipped the scales at 11
Miss Ruth Boettcher is home
again after an extended visit
with relatives and friends in San
Antonio and Austin.
Mrs. Paul Schumann, of San
Antonio, * has returned home
after a couple of weeks visit with
Mrs. Anton Schumann.
Max Schwartz came up from
Bay City Sunday. He reports
the storm in that section practi-
cally ruined the rice crop.
Gus Ulrich, away up in busi-
ness circles at Sugarland, sends
in $7.50 for subscription to the
Sticker, his old home papec-
Jim Robbins, the base ball
king of Moulton, was in Schulen-
burg a short time Saturday, hav-
ing come by the auto route.
Mrs. W. A. Marcee and daugh-
ter, Miss Merle, aod Master
JohnNiel, of Lampassas, are vis-
iting at the L. P. Lester home.
Adolf Stanzel and Herbert
Gebert are both proud owners of
new 1916 Ford 5-passenger cars,
purchased of Emil Baumgarten.
The alley in the rear of the
Hahnka residence has been
opened up and cleared out. And
there are others that should be
treated in the same way.
Yesterday, as advertised, the
Yoakum Evening Herald, leased
by the Herald Publishing Co.,.un-
der the management of the Wil-
liamson Bros., was sold to Messrs.
Green and Welhausen of this city.
Mrs. F. Maresh was a recent
visitor of Mrs. John Bucek.
Mrs. R. M. Stainoha spent
Sunday with Mrs. A. Stavinoha.
Edwin Stavinoha called on Ed-
die Starsny Sunday evening.
Willie Hermis was the guest of
his cousin, Louis Hermis, Sun-
Misses Ludmila and Eliza Stav-
inoha visited at the home of Miss
Annie Hermis Sunday.
Miss Dolfie Stavinoha was a
guest Sunday of Miss Tonie Nai-
Cousin To Blue Eyed Boy.
Mr. Farmer You Need a Cotton Scale
or Cotton Hook or Seed Fork Don't You?
You can't do good work with poor
tools and remember you can get the
best that cost no more right from
us. Let us have the pleasure of
H. F , SCHAEFER
Mrs. Frazier Dugger has re"
turned to her home in San An-
tonio after a visit of some days
at the Billy Baumgarten home.
Miss Mattie Frazier, a Fayette
county girl, has been employed
to teach in the public schools of
Schulenburg. This fills the last
G. McMillan, the handsome
young man of the Weimar Mer-
cury, and B. A. Baar, son of the
ex-mayor of Bonus, were in town
The Schulenburg gins have a
job on their hands this week gin-
ning the storm cotton- They
get from 200 to 300 pounds of
sand from each bale of cotton.
Miss Emma Merrem, a popu-
lar young lady of Moulton, after
an extended visit with her aunt,
Miss Emma Merrem, after whom
the young lady was named, re-
turned home a few days since.
E. H. Pratke's fine driving
horse died Tuesday at Ammans-
ville. He and Ed Hajek drove
their horses there Saturday and
on arrival one of the horses was
taken sick and they had to bor-
row a horse to get home.
Miss Louise Matula has re-
turned from San Antonio where
she spent a week or ten days
with friends. The young lady is
one of our popular school teach-
ers and will soon take her old
place in the public schools of
The business of the Southern
Pacific road through July and
this-far in August this year is
said to be the best in ten years-
The great increase over late
years is due no doubt to the fact
that George Washington Tally
was sent here to buy and ship
At the opera house last week
were shown pictures that were
rigbt up to now and among them
the new Exploits of Elaine, by
far the best serial pictures
ever flashed on a curtain in this
town. And the best cost you no
more than the other kind.
Not a foot of street crosing
laid in this town in tw6 years.
Our city guardians should go to
Weimer and see what has been
done over there in the way of
street betterments within the
past six months. No town in
Texas stands in greater need of
a few cement cross-walks than
does Schulenburg. The day of
the cobble-stone cross-walk has
gone by—more out of date, in
fact, than the slit skirt.
When Her Back Aches
IA Woman Finds All Her Energy and
Ambition Slipping Away
Schulenburg women know how
the aches and pains that often come
when the kidneys fail make life a
burden. Backaches, hip pains,
headaches, dizzy spells, distressing
urinary troubles, are frequent indi-
cations of weak kidneys and should
be checked in time. Doan's Kidney
Pills are for the kidneys only. They
attack kidney diseases by striking
at the cause. Here's proof of their
merit in a Schulenburg woman's
Mrs. Jim Ermis, Schulenburg,
says: ''I had kidney complaint
often and suffered a lot with pains
in my back and loins. I tired
easily and felt dull and sluggish.
I had frequent headaches and dizzy
spells. The least cold settled on
my kidneys, making my condition
worse and my kidneys annoyed me
by acting irregularly. I got Doan's
Kidney Pills at Cernosek's Drug
Store. They strengthened my
back and rid me of the pains and
other symptoms of kidney com-
Price 50c at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy—
get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same
that Mrs. Ermis had. Foster -
Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Mrs. R. Stieber proved her-
self a charming hostess to the
Com us Card Club Tuesday after-
noon. Purple was the chosen
color scheme. Dainty purple
score cards were passed for the
game of high five and after a se-
ries of games, the first prize, a
pair of embroidered bath towels,
were presented to Mrs. R.
A. Wolters for highest score.
Consolation prize, also bath
towels, fell to Mrs. E. Vacek.
Guest prize, a pretiy box of sta-
tionery, was awarded to Mrs.
Thomas, of Hondo.
Concluding the games, a
sumptuous luncheon of salads,
sandwiches, pickles, various sorts
of cake and brick cream was
served in the dining-room. Those
present were, Mrs. Gus. Baum-
garten, H. A. Schaefer, Julius
Schwartz, E. Vacek, Henry Her-
der, R. A. Wolters, Herbert Wol-
ters, R. O. Perkins, and Mrs.
Thomas, of Hondo, and Misses
Mollie and Emma Matula, Clara
Wolters and Annie Herzik.
Friday evening at their pretty
little bungalow, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Schaefer entertained
with seven tables of forty-two,
jenkins, and bunco, compliment-
ary to Miss Frieda Schorer, of
Galveston. At the conclusion of
eight games, the high score
prize, a lovely handkerchief case,
was won by Miss* Nettie Herms,
while Mr. McNutt received the
gentleman's prize, a box of cor-
respondence cards. Miss Tony
Mertz captured the booby, a large
stick of candy, and Martin Rose
received a bottle of catsup.
Delaware punch and cake were
served as a finale of the game.
The persoael of the party in-
cluded: Misses Frieda Schorer,
Lillie and Lenora Fahrenholdt, of
ElCampo, Mable Rose, Alma
Mahler, Ernestine Ruhmann, Ida
Flocke, Nettie Herms, Hertba
Graf, Edith Schaefer, Catherine
Cornelson, Bessie Schaefer, Tony
Mertz, Geraldine Bohlmann.
Messrs. Wallace Baumgarten,
Larry Cornelson, Ralph Baum-
garten, Martin Rose, Gus
Schenk, Henry Schaefer, Gussie
Sengelmann, Henry Keuper,
Silva Sengelmann, Willie Keuper,
Dewey Helmcamp, Roy Baum-
garten, Alfred Flocke, Mr. Mc-
VOSS & LEGK
A large force of carpenters
insures prompt work and your
business is solicited.
We discontinue the purchase of Egi
Poultry from Farmers until further n1
Since most farmers trade their eggs, pr
duce and poultry for merchandise, we find
that it does not justify us to keep men for
the purpose of counting and candling a fsw
eggs during the day.
Thanking our friends and customers
for past favors, we are yours for busihess
August I Oth, 1915.
Southern Produce Co.
Hotand Cold Lunches
At All Hours
S&eyu/ar TTfea/s Served
ffloaret by " 1C/*oA or 97?onih
WiU try to ptease
Mrs. Louise David
In the Levey Building
Blinn flemorial Colle
Offers young people superior advantages in the
following courses:* Academic, Normal, Com-
Catalogue in German or Elnglish
J. L.. NEU, Pres.
The First HaW Bi
Si, X llJoiters
<5. &}. jffess/et
Your - Business - Solicii
Registered U. S. Fat. Office
Fashioned—shaped—without seams, reinforced with
strong Irish linen, guaranteed by the pair as to wear.
For your own good try a pair.
Wolters Mercantile Co.
Luling Signal: The Cuero Record
endorses Henry Ford for vice-Presi-
dent and the Schulenburg Sticker
nominates ex-Governor Slaton of
Georgia as Wilson's running mate.
So long as nobody nominates Bill
Bryan or Teddy Roosefelt for any-
thing, we are satisfied, though we
are pretty sure.both of them will
get in the running for something
Excursion To San Antonio
Sunday, August 29, you 1
have another opportunity
to San Antonio and retui.
the small sum of $1.25-
miles. The train will
seven minutes before 8
morning and returning w j
San Antonio a quarter!
burg a little
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