The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 30, Ed. 1 Friday, April 20, 1917 Page: 1 of 8
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THE SCHULENBURC STICKER
Scbulenburg, Fayette Co., Texas, Friday, April 20, 1917
The Fayette County Crop Di-
Schaefer was born in
versification and Marketing As- i Kuhlen Grunde Bei Rasthede,
sociation met Saturday, April i Oldenburg, Germany, in 1877,
14, and after transacting much and came to America with the
family in 1884. She was united
in marriage, January 1st 1895 to
Resolved, That the Farmers j Fritz F. Schaefer, to which union
of Fayette county increase their
food and feed acreage.
Further, That they plant out-
side of corn such crops, as peas*
peanuts, sweet potatoes, cane
and all kinds of vegetables that
can be canned or preserved.
Realizing the present situation
three children was born.
Mrs. iSchaefer was a loving
mother, whose sole ambition was
wrapped up in the welfare of her
children and the loss to them is
a severe one. Beautiful floral
offerings attested the esteem in
which she was held and time
in shortage of all food and feed,; alone can temper pain caused by
and uncertainty of weather con-
ditions as to raising a normal
crop, we know beyond a doubt
that an overproduction of food
is next to an impossibity.
Further. We realize and be-
lieve that a large cotton crop is
apt to bring a small price. The
demand will be for food and feed.
We further recommend the
publication of this Resolution in
every county paper that the peo-
ple may have a chance to learn of
the same. Aug. Steinmann,
J. S. Sebesta,
Mrs. Fritz Schaefer Dead
Mrs. Helena Caroline Schaefer
died at the family home here
Saturday morning after a linger-
ing sickness of several months.
The funeral services in charge
the sad parting.
Surviving are the husband,
Fritz Schaefer, three children,
Bessie Marie, Cleo Caroline and
Roy Oltmanns, two sisters, Mrs.
Hermina Mahler and Mrs. Mar-
tha Koehler and one brother,
April 17. Everybody in this
section busy in their fields.
The Zapalach dance the first
of the week was well attended
and all present enjoyed it. Hur-
rah for Zapalach! •
Engle had a real slim crowd
Saturday night at the dance but
the time was pleasantly spent.
Rev. O. C. Raeke and wife
made a short call at the Richter
home Thursday evening.
Benno Richter spent a little
while Sunday morning at the
of Rev. Piepenbrok tock place at Paul Gebert home in Flatonia.
three o'clock in the City ceme-i MissesNollkempers, Nierlichs,
When you think of Stylish Clothing
There is only one store in Schulenburg that
will fill the bill. Wholesalers know that the
store carrying an exclusive line is posted on price
style and quality, which is the reason you get
more satisfaction here for less money.
Kirschbaum, Kool Kloth and Palm Beach Suits
Famous Douglas Shoes for Men and Boys
Ready-to-Wear for Ladies and Children
It is Safety First to buy here.
We fit you while you wait
F. R. BROSSriANN
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing.
The Cash Store
You get the benefit of the • oath discount
when you buy- from us. You pay none of
the credit losses. Try it and see.
Just received a line of new ginghams and a
fresh stock of straw work hats. Our line of
Groceries was never more complete.
Bring us your chickens and eggs and
get the highest market price in cash.
New Store in the old Building
H. W. Neuhaus and H. G. Meyer
have formed a partnership and
are conducting a general store
in the building- formerly occu=
pied by the Neuhaus Cash Store
It is our intention to keep a full line o( goods for every
day use in the kitchen and the home in general. Our
prices will be as low as consistent with good business
We Pay Cash for Eggs and Poultry
jfeuhcius dt TTfeyer
Seneral erehandise. Cotton ffiuyers.
Brueggmann and wife, from
Flatonia, and Misses Vlasta Vyo*
jala, of this place, Jennie and Ag-
nes Migl, Annie Zabranska and
Mary Faltisek, of NovOhrad.
K. Mojsekcik and wife visited
Ad. Stavinoha and wife at Engle
Frank Simecek and Joe Fojtik
attended the dance at the Zapa-
lach platform the first of the
week, and report it a pleasant
F. L. Herzik and wife visited
relatives in Schulenburg Sunday.
Miss Vlasta Velek, of Shiner,
is visiting this week with rela-
Mrs Rosalia Schindler
Mrs. Rosalia Schindler, nee
Benec, was born in Batchendorf,
Austria, May 29, 1827. They
came to this country April 26,
1881, landing at Galveston and
located near Weimar the first
two years before coming/to Schu-
lenburg where they lived until
after the death of her husband
fourteen years ago. Since that
time her home has been
Louis Kretslik at Victoria.
H. Schindler, Schulenburg;
Anna Freeman, Glidden;
Paulina Kretslik, Victorh
Emelia Berger, San Ant
seven great-grand childi
She was laid, to rest1
Rosa cemetery in this citj
A delightful surprise was
kitchen shower tendered
Ruth Boettcher in recognition
her approaching marriage to
Lake Robertson of Houston
Miss Elsie Stuerke ITOljjig
Edith Schaefer at Miss|
home on Saturday
After the shower
tions pleased the guests
lightful refreshments wer|
served. Among those
were Misses Ruth Boettcl
Annie Schaefer, Ernestine Ri;
mann, Catherine and Lot
Baumgarten, Mesdames Rg
Boettcher, G. Cranz, I. E.
with | Fred Ebeling, Henry
Henry Herder, W. H.
H. P. Schaefer, Pa\
'Besides her husband, one son,
Ignac Schindler, preceded her to AnnaEschenburg,
the beautiful beyond in 1905.
Her five surviving children are
Alois Schindler of Moultcn; Jos.
W. R. King of San
Houchins of Halletts^
Neuhaus of Houston.
Richters, Wittichs, Hagens and
perhaps a few others enjoyed a
picgic Sunday in the C. Nord-
Theo. Hertle, of the Knox Co P
was here to visit a few days with
Paul Schwenke and MissLydia
Friedrich visited at the Paul
Gebert home Sunday.
April 17. Here comes Charlie
Chaplin to chat awhile with the
readers and writers of the Schu-
The Moravia rural high school
decided to have its closing exer-
cises and graduating entertain-
ment on Sunday, April 22, day
and night. Everybody invited to
Several from here attended
the dance at Breslau Saturday
uight and report having had a
Guests at the home of M. Irlica
Sunday were John Irlica and
wife, Frank Irlica and wife, Mrs.
Ben Stangand daughters, Misses
Georgia and Helen, and Messrs.
John, Emil and Charles Fojt,
from Bila Hora.
Edward Ktesel, of St. John, is
assisting Joe Fritch this week in
Am sorry to report the death
of little Isabelle Kahanek, which
sad event occurred at Velehrod
Saturday evening, burial taking
place at Schulenburg. Peace to
her ashes. j
Frank Olsovsky is the proud
owner of a bran-new push car.
The Misses Irlica and brother,
August, visited with C. Srlar and
wife Sunday evening.
Colored Children Burnedto L eath
Monday evening about seven
o'clock two sons of Frank Ad-
ams, colored, living two miles
east of town on the George Wil-
liams place, aged seven and five
years, were burned to death.
The father was just quitting
work.in the field at sundown
when he discovered the blaze.
The mother had gone to the
George Williams home near by
to do the milking. An older
girl had been left with the child-
ren and says they were playing
in the barn. About one hun-
dred bushels of corn in the
shuck, twenty-five of which
had been hauled in the day
before, was stored in the
barn. It is thought the children
had matches and the fire in the
shucks cut them off from the
door. When the fire was discov-
ered it was impossible to even
wheel out three buggies, one of
them new, belonging to Frank
Adams and his brother-in-law,
Louis Wilkins, in an adjacent
shed, the heat was so intense.
Emil Schulz, Jr., arrived in the
car in time to pull the bodies out
before entirely cremated by use
of two long planks.
From the position of the bod-
ies when found, it was thought
they had crawled into a small
grain bin opposite the door when
the flames cat them off, and bur-
ied themselves under sacks and
cftop grain. There was no pos-
sible chance of rescue.
Besides the sad death of this
tenant's children, he lost all his
grain and feed stuff, five sets of
harness, three buggies, two be-'
longing to himself, farm imple-
ments, etc., and Mr. Williams
lost considerable property, also.
Only the horses and hogs in the
lot were saved.
19851 Rev 18083 450 li 150x3 Dealer's np 1 26—OK-1917 T.-C.-C. Co.
April 17. Sunday guests of
Jac. Simecek and wife were Paul
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scientious Workmanship—Reasonable Compensa-
tion for Service^—Appeal to you in the selection
of your Dentist, I iolicit your Patronage.
Office over Firsli National Bank
12 h. p. on Draw Bar—20 on Belt; 4-cyhnder
"* "ne—2 Speeds. Hyatt Roller B<
t Weight—Economical of Fuel.
E-B Foot Lift Plow
Light draft—easy to handle. Equipped
Quick. Detachable Share, removed g
placed in 5 seconds without tools
E are glad to recommend ]E-B Imple-
ments. We know that they are hi
up to the highest ideals , in qu?
and are sold at fair prices through econoi
in manufacturing methods.
Each implement in the E-B line was created to
an actual need—to do farm work better, in 1<
time or at lower cost.
What do you need in new farm machines for
spring work? Come in and let us fill your i
from the E-B line. If our stock does not include
machine you need, we can quickly get it for you.
The E-B line includes the following:
Cranz & Kessi
control of gangs—easy on the horses' necks.
Telescope axles—broad, concave tires—long
distance magazine wheel boxes.
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