The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, April 1, 1921 Page: 4 of 8
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THE SCHULENBURG STICKER, SCHULENBURG. TEXAS
J. A. Price. Editor and Owner
Entered at the Schulenburg Post-offlce as
1 Year $2.00
6 Months 1-25
3 Months..... - 75
strictly in advance
I hereby announce my candi-
dacy for re-election to the office
of Mayor of the City of Schu-
lenburg at, the forthcoming
election to be held in Schulen-
burg, on Tuesday, April 5th,
and cordially invite and ask the
vote of my many friends, and
fellow townsmen, and solicit
their support of my candidacy.
I herewith announce my
candidacy for the office of Alder-
man for the City of Schulenburg,
at the coming election to be held
Tuesday, April 5th, being a
candidate for re-election, and
ask the support and vote of my
friends in said election.
I herewith announce my
candidacy for the office of Alder-
man at the coming City election
for the City of Schulenburg, to
be held Tuesday, April 5th, and
solicit the vote of my friends
and citizens generally.
The American Legion is nofc only
justified, but right in protesting the
liberation of Debs for a trip to Wash-
ington to ''confer" regarding his re-
lease from the Atlanta pennitentiary.
The laws were made to be applied
exactly the same in the cases' of the
poor as well as the rich—the power-
ful and influential no more than those
of less prominence. The new Repub-
lican administration makes no friends
with the common people, or the
country at large, in granting special
favors to Debs or any one else. The
American Legion should protest and
vigorously—so should the country
Dr. J. Kalin, Optometrist of
Dallas will make his next regular
visit to Schulenburg and be at
Paul Breymann's Drug Store,
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday,
April 10, 11, and 12.
Henry Balko of Sugar Land
was a guest of friends here dur-
ing the holidays. I
Mrs. Chas. Hermes of Orange
Grove was a guest of relatives
and friends here the first of the
JoeUlrich of Victoria is spend-
ing the Easter holiday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Mr. and Mrs. Max Schumann
and son of Sugar Land were
Easter guests of relatives and
Fred Richterof Del Rio came
in Saturday to spend the holi-
days with his mother, Mrs. W.
Mrs. J. V. Ulrich of Sugar
Land came in last Friday and is
an Easter guest of relatives and
George T. Schaefer and wife
of Sugar Laud were Easter
holiday visitors with relatives
and friends here.
Emil Bunjes of Houston came
in Friday to spend the Easter
holidays with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. Bunjes.
Mrs. Arno Wagner and son of
Shiner, and Herbert Wolters of
San Antonio were Easter guests
at the home of their mother,
Mrs. E. J. Wolters.
Paul Vogelsang and Gus Stab-
ler of Sugar Land were here to
spend the Easter holidays with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
A. Vogelsang and Mr. and Mrs.
F. A. Stabler.
Henry Russek was looking
after business matters and vis-
iting with relatives in Houston
the first of the week.
S. T. Schaefer and wife re-
turned Friday from Waco, where
he was attending the state con-
vention of Odd Fellows. He re"
ports a fine time, and a highly
A large crowd was out for the
dance given at Sengelmann's
Hall by the American Legion
Monday evening. Many novel
stunts were pulled, decorations
were beTautiful, music fine and
an enjoyable time had by all.
Miss Alma Woelp returned to
Houston Sunday after an Easter
visit with her mother, Mrs. Wm'
Woelp and other relatives and
friends. She was accompanied
by her nephew, Walter Dukes
will who join his mother there.
Decoration Day will be ob-
served at Weimar Cemeteries
next Sunday. Rev. Robert
Payne of Eagle Lake has been
secured to deliver the Decora-
tion Day address at 3 p. m., and
the gen&al public is cordially
invited to attend.
H. P. Schaefer writes from
Hot Springs, Ark., that after a
full course of treatment at that
famous health resort he expects
to return home about Apirl 3rd.
A full course at Hot Springs
used to include a lot of things
that it does not tpday, when
booze flowed even more freely
than the famed aromatic waters
of Hot Springs, when the race
track flourished, and the lights
were of many colors. It's dif-
ferent now, and probably a great
deal more beneficial.
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 and Cernosek Pharmacy.
Menthol Liniment Co.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
"The 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 Carstands 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.
An appropriate Decoration
Day address will be delivered
by Rev. O. C. Raeke in con-
nection with special services at
3 o'clock sharp. At City Ceme-
Rev. Father L. P. Netardus,
who has been at Taylor for the
past year, but who formerly
was in charge of the parish at
Praha has been assigned to the
Flatonia parish, succeeding Rev.
Father Led wig.
Max Schwartz has been very
busy the last few days, along
with others in getting a petition
signed with contributors for
building a cement sidewalk from
the main street to the Catholic
church. Several hundred dol-
lars has already been raised.
More about this next week.
Dr. and Mrs. D. H. Clark were
Galveston visitors Sunday where
the Dr. was called to consult
with Mrs. John Rommell, who
is taking treatment there. Aside
from the official visit an enjoy-
able day.was'spent on the Gal-
veston Beach, and later a trip to
Makes Old Hats New
Do you know you can make
a beautiful new hat out of your
old straw hat? You can by dye-
ing it with Fidelity Straw Hat
Dye. Anyone can dye with
Fidelity Hat Dye. Unlike other
Dyes it will nqt stiffen the hat.
Made in all standard colors.
Sold and recommended by all
druggists and in Schulenburg
by Paul Breymann, Cernosek
Pharmacy and R. J. Watzlavick.
Max Schwartz states that
owing to his many personal
business interests that demand
his time he feels that he is un-
able to continue as a member of
the City board of Alderman, and
is therefore not a candidate for
re election this year.
When Eve was brought unto Adam,
he became filled with the Holy Spirit,
and gave her the most sanctified, the
most glorious of appellations. He
called her Eve—that is to say. the
Mother of All. He did not style her
wife, but simply mother—mother of
all living creatures. In this consists
the glory and the most precious or-
nament of woman.—Martin Luther
Pork Pies Prohibited by Treaty.
By a clause in a special treaty con-
cluded soon after the first Punjab war
the maharajah of Kashmir has the
right—which he exercises—of prohib-
iting the importation into his terri-
tories of pork pies.
EAT WHAT YOU WANT
Chronic dyspeptics can eat
anything if they will take Fow-
ler's Stomach Waffers after each
meal. Cernosek Pharmacy.
Word comes from Houston
that Monroe Garrett, formerly
of this place, but now living in
that city, to the effect that he is
a patient in a hospital there, fol-
lowing a railroad accident in
which one foot was badly crush-
ed, but is getting along nicely.
As clear as the purest water
is Liquid Boi'ozone,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
C. R. Saur, D.C.
Graduate of Texas Chiropractic College (Palmer Method)
Office two doors west of JPotiRast 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 IVIan
Phone 57 or 68
it. GEAfRED-TO-THE ROAD
"I am penalized
if ever one
til you're satisfied
When you buy anything Here—*
I whether tires or service —you know
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
vWm. Kortlang, Prop.
E. G. Parma, Manager
We have this week received and unloaded
A Carload of
Made at New Braunfels, Texas
There is no better Flour made.
-A.sk: for either "Edips'% "Min-
nehaha" or "Ruth". Sells
for $2.50 per big sack:.
Easter in but a few days
Everyone says ouir prices on
Men's Suits are the lowest
in town. Better get a new
Easter Suit NOW.
We Are Produce Headquarters.
One Chevrolet Automobile
practically good as new, for
sale at a bargain. H. P. Schae-
Found—A bunch of keys and
button hook, on ring. Loser
may recover by calling and pay-
ing for this ad. 27-2tc
You'll never know Real F"oot
Comfort until you wear
or Children — For women—For Mc
We carry a complete line of this super-
hosiery in all sizes. It combines the
three qualities, Comfort—Long wear
and Durability, and the prices are
This hosiery, is recommend for the
children, as well as for adultts.
Kessler Mercantile Co.
■< • -bSe*?®
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. 28, Ed. 1 Friday, April 1, 1921, newspaper, April 1, 1921; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth189709/m1/4/: accessed October 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Schulenburg Public Library.