The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, June 15, 1917 Page: 1 of 8
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THE SCHULENBURG STICKER
Schulenburg, Fayette Co., Texas, Friday, June 15,1917
IP"--- Efficiency—Cleanliness—Best of Materials-
scientious Workmanship—Reasonable Compensa-
tion for Services—Appeal to you in the selection
of your Dentist, I solicit your Patronage.
OR. JTOE F\ LESSING
Office over First National Bank
Business is Business
The following paragraphs are
taken from an article in the
Smithville Times concerning
their graduating class. News-
papers hesitate to go after a sub.
ject like this, for they know the
youngsters are not entirely to
blame, yet something should be
done to stop any tendency in
schools to graduate whole classes
of mail order patrons. It is the
duty of schools to make good cit-
izens and it is well known that
the chronic mail order patron is
not worth as much to his com-
munity as the citizen who gives
the home dealer a chance, not
for patriotic reasons, necessa-
rily, but from a standpoint of
fairness and good business judge-
ment. The Times says in part:
" If our schools are graduating
boys and girls who demonstrate
clearly that they have not the
slightest conception of, or appre-
ciation of, the first principles of
good citizenship, then those who
have been gratuitously giving
time and money for their educa-
tion, have excuse for criticising
tire system under ^hich these
bave been graduated.
"This year, with a newspaper
that has consistenly built for
twenty-fiVfe years in interest of
the Smithville public school sys-
tem, the Class of 1917 let t,he
contract for their invitations, to-
taling something over $100, to
some northern stationer without
giving the Times even the privil-
ege of bidding. This demon-
strates three things:
they are without the first idea of
a practical business transaction;!
for to let a contract involving so
large an amount of money with-
out finding whether they could
do better elsewhere^hows a piti-
years in their interest. Third:
It demonstrates that the first
ethics of citizenship, civic pride,
public spirit and home building
have never been brought to their
attention. This is not a criticism
of the Class of 1917. They are
simply good boys and girls do-
ing exactly as they have been
"The Times has not withheld
commencement news in a spirit
of retaliation, but as a method of
calling attention to the fact that
as a matter of simple justice
there is nothing coming to the
Class of 1917 from the Times,
except at regular advertising
able lack of business acumen.
Second: It demonstrates that
they are lacking in a sense of ob-
ligation and appreciation of forces
that have been working for many
A Spirit of Sacrifice
All well informed persons know
that no successful war can be prose-
cuted without an active spirit of
sacrifice animating the people of a
country. Such a spirit is very ac-
tive in Franee, I 3gium, Italy and
England, for the achievements
prove it. There will have to be
such a spirit in the United States
if the victory is' to perch upon its
banners. Such a spirit, for exam-
ple, as that manifested by Captain
H B. Moore of Texas City, who
is now regularly in service.
Captain Moore was the executive
head of a great system or activities
at Texas City. He operated for a
great corporation a Steamship line,
wharves, warehouses, a terminal
railroad, a bank and other services
and enterprises which center there.
He has relinquished these and
First, that the large salary which went with
his position to take the onerous
service which thje war imposes at a
fraction of wfyat his civil income
He did not ;have to do it. He
fs fifteen yekrs beyond the age
which would have exempted him
Morevei/ he has a family, and
Important ^otice 1
I have just received ioo
sets of Different Grades
of buggy and carriage
harness* I am receiving
shipments now of that
$3000.00 Stock of
Work Harness and
If you need anything in the harness line,
don't buy until you have figured with me
fori can save you money and guarantee
The Old Reliable Buggy Dealer.
"J Jo net
of a man
who is not
than he was
You will be
Tommorrow if, in the mean
time, you will visit our store.
We will take pleasure in " Putting you Wise" to some
new things in our Grocery Line. Our stock is com-
plete and the best brands only go on our shelves.
Sunbeam. Ford Serv-Us
Highest Market Price in CasH for Eggs and Poultry
Tfeuhaus 6c Jlfeyer
Sen era I 77Jere handise, Cotton buyers.
back among the hills in Tennessee
an aged mother, who still survives
to recall that years ago in the morn-
ing of her life nineteen of her male
relatives followed the Stars and
Bars in that great struggle and only
That is the spirit of sacrifice
that tells in war—the consecrated
service that offers everything and
When the American spirit reaches
that level, no doubt of the final re-
suit will remain.
The Post mentions this example
because it is fine, because it well
deserves mentioning and Mfecause
it must be generally emulated be-
fore the articles of peace are signed
in ultimate victory.—Houston Post.
Notice to Lawjers and County
An act to require the publication
in some newspaper of general cir-
culation of all notices required by
law or contract to be given of any
act or proceeding, whether public
or private, or relating to judicial,
executive or legislative matters,
which notice is now authorized by
law or contract to be made by
posting notices in one or more pub-
lic places, fixing a time of such
publication, and the compensation,
naming certain exemptions, repeal-
ing all laws and parts of laws, in
conflict herewith, and declaring an
BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE
OF THE STATE OF TEXAS.
Section 1. That whenever by
law notice is required to be given
of any act or proceeding, whether
public or private, or relating to a
judicial, executive, or legislative
matters, which notice is now auth-
orized by law or by contract, to be
made by posting notices in one or
more public places, such notice
shall hereafter be given by publica-
tion thereof, in a newspaper or gen-
eral circulation, which has been
continuously and regularly pub-
lished for a period of not less than
one year, in the county in which
said act or proceeding is to occur,
provided, that nothing in this act
shall be construed to require the
publication of any general election
notices, public road notices nor pro-
bate notices when the appraised
value'of the estate in which same is
' issuedjsless than qne thousand dol-
lars (Si,(XX)) and provided further
that the provisions of this Act shall
not apply to sales made under a writ,
ten contract wherein it is provided
that notice of sale thereunder may
Section 2. AH notices published
under the provisions of this act
Help the Good Cause
This is a message to all good
Americans from the United
States government. That mes-
sage is, "Buy a Liberty Bond."
It is your duty and your privi-
lege. It is good Americanism and
shall be printed at least once a I good business. Good American-
week for the period of time re-! ism because by subscribing you
quired for posting such notices. j win be doing your "bit" towards
Section 4. The price to be paid making the world "safe for demo*
for all publications required by thiscracy" as our president has so
act shall be not more than one dol- j aptly phrased it. Good business,
lar ($1.00) per square of one hun- J because the.bond bears 3 1-2 per
dred (100) words for first insertion,; centlnterest per annum, and is
and not more than fifty cents per j free from taxation. You can ob-
one hundred (100) words for each j tain a bond for as small amount
subsequent insertion, said publica-! as $50 and you do not have to pay
tion fee to be taxed as other costs j for it all at once. Many a person
in the case. J will keep their bonds and hand
Section 5- AH laws and parts of j them on to their children with
laws in conflict herewith be and the
same are hereby repealed.
S. P. J. S. T. Feast
The S. P. J. S. Ti feast here
Monday, brought out the largest
crowd that has been here for
many years. The procession of
decorated autos and lodges took
place in the morning led by our
original "Uncle Sam'' Bruns,
Chief Eilers and JohnKana. Ad-
dress of welcome was delivered
by Mayor Russek at Turner Hall
immediately after, with a res-
ponse by Judge Haidusek of La
Grange in the Bohemian lan-
In the afternoon a number of
prominent speakers held the at-
tion of the public on vital issues
of the day. The festivities closed
with a grand ball at night which
taxed the capacity of the house.
Music was furnished by the
Baca band of Fayetteville.
Those having the affair in
charge worked hard from early
morning until late at night look-
ing after the interests of their
guests and the lodge member-
ship was so unanimous in this
work that to attempt to give
credit would mean a complete
roste* of the lodge and many of
Card of Thanks
We kindly thank the people
who helped us extinguish the
flames at our home, and espe-
cially do we thank Prank Bohl-
mann, Mayor Russek and all of
the firemen of the city.
Mrs. L. David
pride, as mementos of the world
crisis, and as proof that the pur-
chaser did his "bit" for America
and for humanity. Possibly,
however, you may need money
at some time. Take your bond
to the bank and borrow on it. It
is good collateral. Go to your
bank tomorrow and file your ap-
plication. You have to pay only
two per cent of the amount of
your purchase. Englishmen and
Frenchmen are doingjtheir "bit,"
American citizens, do yours!
What you do will be done for our
country, our president, for
democracy, for humanity. Pel-
low citizens, let us do our duty.
From Old Kinkier
June 4. Crop conditions: Corn
is beginning to tasel and with
rain within the next ten days a
good yield may be expected.
Our farmers are having trouble
with their cotton. Some have a
good stand. Some have chopped
once and some twice.
Sunday guests of Misses Helen
and Aim# Busse were, Misses
Erna Elert, Meta Boethel and
Elsie Mertz and Hebert Mertz,
Walter Boethel, Willie Wehl and
Ed. Huber. All spent the time
pleasantly in kodaking.
Felix Appelt and Sarah Over-
goner were out driving Sunday
Willie Wehl, Ed. Huber and
Misses Helen and Alma Busse
were in Moravia, making the
trip in Mr. Weill's car.
Joe Bushemeiher spent Satur-
day night and Sunday at the
home of Joe Qpello.
B, Ludwigand wife, of Shiner,
are spending this week with rel-
Grand 4th of July Feast
District Saervgerfest will
be held Here witH Special
Trains from Houston and
The Schulenburg Park Verein is already making
arrangements for the largest celebration ever
held here to take place July 4. Plan to come.
A Rare Musical Treat, with Hundreds of Trained Voices
atives and friends around Bres-
C. Koerth and family and
Misses Helen and 'Alma Busse
attended religious services at
Breslau Sunday morning.
Willie Wehl and Ed. Huber, of
Shiner; spent last week with
friends at Old Kinkier and at-
tended the dance at New Kinkier.
Several from here attended
the feast at Hallettsville, Monday.
C. Koerth and wife spent Sun-
day with home folks.
Albert Koerth, of Kenedy, re-
turned home Monday after
spending several days with his
Mrs. C. Koerth was sick with
malaria fever but is much im-
proved at this writing.
Guests Monday at the home of
H. B. Koehler: L. Busse and
daughters, Misse3 Helen and
Alma, and Ed. Huber and Willie
H. Koehler and family spent
Sunday at the E. Triptow home.
Misses Elsie and Erna Schroe-
der were Sunday guests at the
home of G. Gebouer.
Mesdames Crantzbauer and
Bonnan, of your city, were out
here Friday to see Mrs. A.
Koerth, who is very ill.
C. Elstner and wife spent Sun-
day at the J. Fehr home.
Mrs. D. Wessel, C. Rode and
Jesse Wessel were at the A.
Buske home Friday evenings.
George Fowlkes and Murdock
McKinnon were seen going to-
ward Breslau Saturday.
J. Gebour and children spent
Monday at the home of Henry
Several of our youngsters
spent Sunday night at the home
of C. Koerth.
R. Fritsch and family and W.
Fritsch and family spent Sunday
with friends at Breslau.
Emil Treptow and son and
Hebert Schroeder, Budde Buske
and Victor Treptow wert'
fishing the first of the week. Did
not learn what luck they had.
Miss Selma Boethel was out
horseback riding Sunday even-
Henry Buske and children
were on our highway Sunday.
Ed. Huber, Willie Wehl fund-
Misses Helen and Alma Busse
were out car riding Sunday
A grand ball will be
given at Kahanek's hall
at St. John.
Saturday, Jane 16
Good music and a good
time for all. Everybody
JUST RECEIVED j
TWO CAR LOADS
Best Grade Buggies for Less Money
Special Prices for 60
Days for Cash
Also big stock of caseings, inner ty
harness and saddles.
See us before y
F. A. Bez
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