The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, March 25, 1921 Page: 3 of 8
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THE SCHbtENfltJSO STICKER, BCHtlLENBtSttG, TEXAS
Editor and Owner
Schulenburg Post-office as
l/y in advance
cific dining cars have
menu prices 15 j3T 10
In other words reduced
i the poor tourist can now
ford to eat one meal each
; Tampa, Florida-, upon ex-
loubt as to the merits of
■ offered in evidence, were
i sample and be convinced,
r everybody in Florida wants
l the jury.
interest in the soda
i was injected by the
Br reports that fonn-
, be permitted to dispense
it be any trouble in getting
either. Jobs will prob-
; by bid.
I of 21,482 to 207, the Union
ters voted last week to re-
r other than an eight-hour
the eight hour day is long
. Possibly the man, the nature
i employment does not call
r necessitate his working but
or four hours a day some
s, should then at other seasons
12 hours, but the men who
, shop or office six days out of
c, year in and year out
Ld not be subjected to more than
hours. The needs of any
on earth will be well supplied
fruits of eight hours of toil.
' lly some of those who dont
at all, could be pushed into
i if necessary, making up any
Mrs. Theodore Schaefer
Dies Following Illness
Tha many friends of Mrs.
Theodore Schaefer will be sad-
dened to learn of her death,
which occured at the home of
her son, tf. A. Schaefer, Thurs-
day morning, March 24th,
Some few weeks ago, she
suffered a bad fall, and has been
an invalid ever since, with other
The funeral services will be
Beld from her home this Friday
afternoon, at 2:30. Interment
will be made at City Cemetery
at 3 o'clock.
To the saddened relatives is
extended the heartfelt sympathy
of a host of loving friends.
The opportunities we least often let
go by are opportunities to make fools
of ourselves.—Boston Transcript
A Pleasant Afternoon
Quine a number of friends
gathered at the home of Mr.
Louis Jochen, Sr., Sunday after-
noon to Palm Sunday with
Misses Adela Prank and Elsa
Forty-two was played until 4:30
when the guests were led to a
table decorated with roses where
lunch, consisting of cakes, pies,
sandwiches and coffee was serv-
Those present were Misses
Amanda Nolkemper, Hilma and
Olga Nordhausen, Hattie, Selma
and Bertha Fiedler, Erna and
Adela Frank, Elsa and Alma
Jochen, and Messrs. Louis Falke,
Raymond Frank, Herbert Nord-
hausen, Otto Jochen and Mr.
and Mrs. August Winter.
Sun was just sinking when all
departed for their homes.
Gheerup Needle Workers
Mrs. E. R. Willenberg enter-
tained the sewing club in a most
delightful manner Thursday,
All the members were present
and enjoyed a dainty spread of
cakes, fruit, Jello and coffee
after an interval of industrious
Those participating were Mes-
dames H. P. Schaefer, Emil
Baumgarten, Louis Turner,
Julius Schwartz, Wallace Baum-
garten, Wm. Cowan, Robert
Schaefer, Hunter Clark and
Chas. Zwiener. -
Mrs. Robert Schaefer is
hostess Thursday of this week.
As clear as the purest water
is Liquid Borozone,yet it is the
most powerful healing remedy
for flesh wounds, burns- and
scalds that medical science has
ever produced. Try it. Price,
30c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by City
Will Not Stiffen The flat
When you want to dye your
old straw hat and make a naw
one of it use a dye which will
not stiffen the hat. It is a simpl9
matter to dye an old hat and
make it look like new but it is
necessary to get the correct dye.
Fidelity Straw Hat Dye will not
stiffen the hat. It can be had in
all standard colors, and is sold
and recommended by all drug-
gists and in Schulenburg by
Paul Breymann, Cernosek Phar-
macy and R. J. Watzlavick.x
Found—A bunch of keys and
button hook, on ring. Loser
may recover by calling and pay-
ing for this ad. 27-2tc
J. Kahn, Optometrist of
i will make his next regular
Schulenburg and be at
Breymann's Drug Store,
iy, Monday and Tuesday,
10, 11, and 12.
ipply Ballard's Snow Lini-
to joints that ache. It
ieves bone ache, muscle* ache
neuralgic pain. Three sizes,
:0c, 60c and $1.20 yer bottle.
Sold by City Drug Store.
Your attention is called to a Wonderful Remedy
Koniakowsky's Methol Liniment
highly recommended for Croup, Cold in the Head,
Coughs, Catarrh, Influenza, Kidney Trouble, Colic,
Diarrhoea, and for all pains and aches.
Results are certain if used according to directions.
Every drop is sold under a guarantee or your money
Sold at all Drug Stores, and in Schulenburg by R. J.
Watzlavick andt Cernosek Pharmacy.
Menthol Liniment Co.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
nThe Ford Touring Car"
Surely the most universal of all cars. Serving, satisfying, and money
making, day after day, year after year, everywhere throughout the world
of civilization. It stands in a class by itself—the one universal car. A
source of pleasure and a bearer of burdens, on the farm and in the city.
Anywhere, and everywhere, the Ford Touring Car stands supreme in its
service giving, satisfying, money-making qualities.
That reliable, satisfactory, economical, dependable "Ford After-Ser
vice" which is making the Ford dealer and the Ford car twin factors for
prosperity, is, as you know, universal in its possibilities because wherever
you go the Ford dealer is prepared to take care of your wants and no-
where are they better prepared than right in our shops. We have
everything in the way of labor-saving, time-saving, machinery, Ford
taught and skilled workmen, and the genuine Ford-made parts. We want
you to remember this because it means that your car need never be idle*
We can now give you immediate delivery.
SCHULENBURG MOTOR CO.
| TOLD UNDER OATH |
-f Jokes, and Stories, Some of -f
^ Which are True ^
Last summer a lot of us were
ready to swear that the city
street sprinkler was a sure
enough slacker, and durned if
Henry Meyer hasn't decided<
that way too, and painted her
And if the amount of water
secured is gauged by the num-
ber of "squeaks" in the wind-
mill, this man's town is entitled
to another fire insurance reduc-
tion for super-fire fighting equip-
An old fellow out shooting
sparrows on his place the other
day said "he didn't have no ob-
jection to having things thrown
at him even from above but those
sparrows were 'no gentlemen'
and made him tired". That was
the next day after he bought a
Poor old Henry. Always get-
ting slammed. And now a
garage or repair shop on the
Engle-Flatonia road has dec-
orated the side of his building
with a sign that reads some-
thing like this: "We repair all
kinds of automobiles, and also
fix the Ford". Which induces
us to rise and remark "what
kind of an animal is a Ford any-
way" if it isn't, too, an automo-
A dertain party called the
editor on the phone the other
day to ask us if we knew the
post office address of the Non-
Partisan League. We don't
know their "official address" but
if he wants to write them a letter
to the address where we think
they ought to be, he had just as
well save his time and stamps as
nothing but asbestos paper
would ever be able to stand the
heat, getting to that address.
An exchange wants to know
"what is the most expedient and
proper thing to do and say when
you're about 'steen miles from
nowhere and the gas tank runs
dry". And we're glad to sug-
gest that the most expedient
remedy and thing to "do" is to
start locking for gas. The things
that you should "say" will prob-
ably recur to you while on your
walk for the gas—and then just
go ahead and say them.
Squire Vogt and Doc Lessing
office across the hall from each
other, Squire extracts fines-
Doc extracts-teeth. After much
observation, Squire now does a
little dental practice himself
The other day (while Doc was
away)afellow suffering with tooth
ache, looking for the dentist, as-
sistance and sympathy, stopped
at the official Highway traffic
closer's office, and the Squire
kindly advised him to "fill his
mouth'with water, sit on the
stove, and wait 'till it boiled—
when it did, the toothache would
be gone. Selah
C. R. Saur, D.C.
Graduate of Texas Chiropractic College (Palmer Method)
Office two doors west of F*otihast Garage
Dressing Room Provided
No matter what your ailment is, find out what CHIRO-
PRACTIC can or cannot do for you. Phone 55
Consultation Free of Charge
HENRY A. SENGELMANN
AND SOUTHERN SELECT
The Ice Man Notary Public
Phone 57 or 68
"I am penalized
if ever one
'til you're satisfied
When you buy anything here —<
I whether tires or service—you know
i that you are going to be satisfied be-
fore you ever come. That's our policy*
That's why we sell Miller Tires—be-
cause they give long-distance mileage,
tire after tire. Uniform Mileage Millers
mean no "second bests." No tire we
ever handled has won so many friends
for this concern
Drive up or call up —we're always at
Wm. Kortlang, Prop.
E. G. Parma, Manager
thru baking failure
must be added to baking
costs—it has to be paid for.
Calumet Baking Powder
will save you all of that Be-
cause when you use it—there are
no failures—no losses. Every bak-
ing Is sweet and palatable—and
stays moist, tender and delicious to
the last tasty bite.
That's a big saving—but
that isn't all. You save when
you buy Calumet and you save
when you use it.
It is reasonable in cost and
possesses more than the or-
dinary leavening strength. You pay
less and use less. You get the most
in purity, dependability and whole-
In every way — it is the
best way to keep down bak-
ing costs. Thafs what has made it
the world's biggest selling baking
powder — has kept it the favorite
of millions of housewives for more
than thirty years.
Pound can of Calumet contains full
16 oz. Some baking powders come In
12 oz. instead of 16 oz. cans. Be sure
you get a pound when you want it
H cup of butter,
lYj cups granu-
lated sugar, 2Vi
cups flour, 1 cup
water, 2 level
in et Baking
Powder, 1 tea-:
yolks of 9 ei
Then mix in
You'll never know Real JPoot
Comfort until you wear
(For Children — For Women —For Me
We carry- a complete line o£ this super*
hosiery in all sizes. It combines the
three qualities, Comfort—Long wear
and Durability, and the prices are
This hosiery, |s recommend for the
children, as well as for adults.
Kessler Mercantile Co.
Here's a Special
On Your New
Special Pathe Campaign Model $125
New Records, your own selection 25
All For - - $110
Easiest kind of terms. Pathe is the Best Phon-
ograph. No needles to change. Plays all
Records. Always Ready to Play.
The Palace of Sweets
E. J. Hajek, Prop.
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Price, J. A. The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 27, Ed. 1 Friday, March 25, 1921, newspaper, March 25, 1921; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth189708/m1/3/: accessed December 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Schulenburg Public Library.