The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 9, 1923 Page: 3 of 8
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TUB IS6HIJLENBURG 8TI®KKR,
It is a good bank's duty to assist its
clients in the solution of their problems
—whether they be the problems of a mer-
chant or a farmer. Both are businessmen.
In fulfilling this moral obligation, we like
to consider our organization as your
business partner — interested in your
success and eager to forward your plans.
If you wish sound advice in seeking credit,
making investments, or even the more
personal problems of your business you
will be Welcomed here. You will find a
talk with our officers helpful.
This service is in addition to those commonly attrfl>
utefl to banks and is a mark of our appreciation for
We want to show you that this bank wants your
business. And we want to
show you the many prac-
tical benefits you receive
through placing it here.
K. WITH OS
Russek State Ba.nk
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
MRS. IG. RUSSEK, Pres. GHAS. SENGELMANN, 2 V-P.
ERNST RUSSEK, Active V-P. HENRY RUSSEK, Cashier
K. D. SENGELMANN, Assistant Cashier
HENRY GRAF, Bookkeeper
G. E. RUHMANN, CHAS. MATULA, FRED BITTNER
HENRY A. SENGELMANN
Wholesale Oealer in
ROOT BEER and NEAR
Beverages in Kegs and Bottles
Phone 57 or 68
CaH for SNOW BALL
or WHITE DbMF Flour
on your next order and be
Sold and distributed by
ZReal- Estate jCoans and
Vendors Lien Notes Bought and Sold
Only Conservative and legiti
mate Investments considered
I own the secureties which
I offer for sale*
Turkey Season Opens
Stahl Bros., announced with
last issue the opening of ubp
Turkey dressing season heie
onSMonday the 5th.
The general consensus of
opinion is that the highest price
of turkeys this year will be
between Nov. 5th. and 18th. or
those that can be killed and
shipped to market for the
The Government report show-
ed that on Sept. 1st thigf year
there was 7,877,000 pounds of
dressed turkeys in storage left
over from last year. The year
before only 3,304,000 and that
the average for the five years
previous was only 2,523,000
pounds. These figures show
that there is now more than
twice the amount of Turkeys in
storage than there was at the
beginning of the seasori last
year. We know when there is a
big carryover like this in the
cotton iiiarket that lower
prices will rule, this will
very likely hold good in the
Turkey market. Use your own
judgement but the produce men
advise selling before Thanks-
giving will mean more money to
Miss Ellie Balzar delightfully
entertained with a Hallowe'en
Party at the beautiful htfme of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
Balzar on Monday evening of
last week. ' _
The livinj^Bpi was beautiful-
ly decorateo^p the Hallowe'en
colors, black^and yellow, also
other Hallowe'en decorations
.were carried out.
Games of all kinds were in-
dulged in throughout the eve-
The guests were invited into
the dining room at about 10
o'clock where they were served
with a delicious luncheon con-
sisting of assorted cakes, sand-
wiches and candy.
TJje guests were:' Misses Ella
Solansky, Margarite Ruhmann,
Erna Scfylottmann, Kozine Pen-
nington, Lillie Chromchak, Lillie
and Clara Merrem and the
hostess; Messrs. Chas. Howell,
Gussie^rauner, Emanuel Ruh-
mann, Willie Beneker, Lewis
Bass, Willie Gray Rose, Victor
Bohlmahn, Eugene Herzik, Mau-
rice Baumgarten, Frank Mer-
rem and Westine Scbulz.
At about midnight the guests
departed for their respective
homes, all reported a delightful
evening spent. *
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Barta Bros. Store
Destroyed By Fire
Barta Bros, store at Weimar,
with a general merchandise
stock valued at $25,000 was com-
pletely destroyed by fire at mid-
night Thursday. It is supposed
that the store was robbed and
then set on fire to hide the theft.
When the blaze was discovered
the entire inside of the building
was in flames.
The stock of merchandise was
covered by $12,000 insurance,
and the building, which belong-
ed to Chas. Pahrenthold, is said
to have been insured. /
A shipment^ $1,000 Vorth of
meii's clothing was recei
day before the fire and t
had just been opened.
a total loss.
The store belonged to vErnil,
Otto and Albert Barta. They
are Mrs. Owen Hoegem^y^r's
Excellent work of the firemen
was all that prevented the vblaze
from spreading to other build-
BALLAD OP INSANITY
Her mouth was always open,
Like a cask without a bung;
Till at last her man went buggy
On account of her waggin' ton-
A married man wants a
almost as soon as he
Country Girl Items
Will come again. t
Well what a beautifnl autumn
day this is and I?m left .all aloue,
all the rest have gone fishing for
the afternoon, so I'm going to
write of the quiet calm beauty of
Well how do you do everybody?
Pine da^y, the "sun is shining so
bright and we cannot help
being thrilled by nature's beauty
as one looks out across the differ-
ent fields and forests. In the
fields we behold the bounteous
providing power of the Creator
for his creatures, and look upon
the forests with their bright
changeable foliage, and behold
the handiwork of the greatest of
all artists. Certainly there are
many and enough wonderful
things in nature to attract one's
attention and surely all these
things are provided us for a de-
light and for pleasure. I can find
much more pleasure in taking a
stroll out through the country
any time of the year than lean
in going to shows in town, be-
cause out in nature's open, is
where we can al\vays find some
of God's object lessons, and
truly these are worth studying.
In the spring we find the bud-
ding of life, in summer the grow-
ing and blooming of life, in
autumn the harvests and fruits
of life and in winter the call of
the Lord to spring forth again
into the newness of life once
more. We find the beauties
which are hidden in the homeliest
and most common, also the
beauty of our work and we have
life as the Lord intended us to
have it. But if we find only the
tiresome worrying points then
we have the misery in which the
devil delights to see us.
I will close for this time with
best of "wishes to everybody and
you may rest assured, I win
write again but I don't boast
anybody by my writing, I want
to treat everybody with respect.
Poor Ben Puttin It Off you too
be sensible and next time call a
girl Miss if you want to wiite
correspondence, and you two
Jolly Country Girls write again.
So good-bye to all.
A Country Girl.
Gathering Pecans On
Land of Another
Pew people are acquainted with
the fact that there is a special
statute in the state laws of Texas
which protects pecans in the
same way that other crops are
protected, and that a penalty is
attached to this law which is as
Serious as the penalty for misde-
meanor theft. The law in these
cases provides that a penalty of
a fine not exceeding $300 and not
less than $5, br ; imprisonment
in the county jail not exceeding
three months, or both fine and
imprisonment, may be imposed
on anyone convicted of unlawful-
ly picking pecans on private
He wts a Sm tefiever ia banking.
be both fast and
One Cent Sale
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Nov. 8, 9, 10
What is a ONE GENT SALE?
It is a sale where you buy an item at the regular price—then
another item of the same kind for 1c. As an illustration:
The standard price of Arbustus Complexion Cream is 50c.
You buy a jar at this price and'by paying 1c more or 51c,
you get two jars. Every articles in this sale is a high-class
standard piece of merchandise, just the same- as we sell
every day atregular#prices and have sold you for years.
$1.00 Pace Powder Ramee 2 for $1.01
50c Liquid Antiseptic 2 for ; ?. 51c
30c Shaving Creme 2 for (.... 31c
50c Cental Creme 2 for . 51c
506 Lemon Ccco Creme 2 for 51c
25c Corn Solvent 2 for.. 26<?
' 50c Dyspepsia Tablets 2 for#.... 51c
25c Laxative Cold Tablet, 2 for 26c
50c Diver Salts 2 for 51c
25c Tooth Paste * 2 fior 26c
25c Baby Talcum Powder 2 for 26c
50c Jonteel Talcum Powd. 2 for 51c
50c Hair Tonic 2 for 51c
35c Tooth Brush 2 f6r 36c
25c Jonteel Soap Toilet 2 for 26c
5c Chewing Gum 2 for 6c
5c Mints 2 for 6c
40c Bound Paper 2 for ; 41c
$1.00 Box Stationery 2 for 1.01
40c Adhesive Tape 1 in 5 yds 2 for 41c
$2.00 Hot water bottle 2 for 2.01
$2.00 Fountain Syringe " 2 for : 2.01
50c 16 ozs Peroxide Hydeogen 2 for 51c
25c 4 ozs Peroxide Hyderogen 2 for 26c
25c Aspirin Tablets 5 grs 2 for 26c
50c 8 ozs Castor Oil 2 for 51c
20c 2 ozs Cream Tartar 2 for 21c
25c 1 ozTincture Iodine 2 for '26c
$1.00 Gillet Razor 2 for 1.01
These are only a few items that we are mentioning as it will
take lots of space. You will be surprised what you will find
here and the money you will save. This is the way that the
Rexall spend money in advertising, if you cannot come mail
in your ord *r an J we will give it just as good attention as if
you were present but don't wait until the last minute.
R. J. WATZLAVICK
Your Prescription Druggist
Phone 140 Mail Orders Filled
Ike First National Bank
jtf, %£/o it era
Your - Business - Solicited.
With the Famous Diamond Grid Parts
Tremendous increase in Philco sales—efficient manufac-
ture—economical distribution—have now placed a genuine
full-powered Philco Diamond-Grid Battery within reach of
every car owner.
Think what this means! No more hand cranking ordeals.
No more dangerous or humiliating experiences in traffic.
No more ,khang-ups" from battery failure, miles*from a ser-
vice station. .
* ' 1% >. ' ' ' !"~*T ; J ."'v
Just a touch of the starter—a mighty surge of Philco's
motor-whirling power—and you're .off. Hot, fat sparks rac-
ing through your plugs—brilliant head-lights flooding the
$18.4^ is the exchange price, West of the Mississippi
River, for Ford, Chevrolet, Overland, Star, and other light
cars. Philco Batteries for all other cars reduced propor-
Come in and let us show you this wonderful battery.
And Chevrolet Service Station
Schulenburg, Texas 1
Cut your flour bill down
Use one-fourth ALLISON pre-oooked FLOUR witb
your wheat Flour. It coete loss, has higher food value
and goes further than the ail wheat bread, Get a small
s§ck from your grocer today and try it. Any size from 6
pounds up. Made only by
The ^^hulenburg Oil Mill
Lumber, Sash, Doors, brick. Lime,
Cement, Hardware, F*aints, Oils,
Furniture and Undertaking.
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The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 9, 1923, newspaper, November 9, 1923; Schulenburg, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth189832/m1/3/: accessed August 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Schulenburg Public Library.