The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, November 9, 1923 Page: 4 of 8
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TUB SGHULENBURtS STICKER, SCEULENBUB&, TBXX8
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E. A. BOSL. PUBLISHER
Entered at the Schulenburg Post-offlce as
I Year #2.00
6 Months 1.25
3 Months 75
STRICTLY. IN ADVANCE
No. 109 Arrives........8:03 p. m.
No. 7 Arrives 3:45 a. m.
8 Arrives 2:30 p. m.
No. 110 Arrives 3:15 a. m.
News Items '
If there is any news items that
we did not learn of please let us
know, any weddings that we did
not hear of or anything of inter-
est, we would appreciate our
friends letting us know about
them, we try to get everything
that happens, but we are only
human beings like the rest, and
cannot find out everything.
Please send us in your news
items or tell us about them.
'The local markets Thursday
morning were, eggs, 30-32c; hens
and fryers, 16-18c, cotton middl-
ing, 32c; cotton seed $40 per ton.
The Government ginners report
this morning was 7,554,587.
A pleasing hospitality of re-
cent date was the party given by
Miss Hertha Graf on Monday
evening. Beautiful yellow cos-
mos and Hallowe'en symbols
featured in the decoration of the
home,and the tallies and napkins
further accentuated the Hal-
lowe'en idea. v
The score trophy, a lemon
server was won by Miss Emmie
Borchers, for consolation, Mrs.
Emil Vacek received lingerie and
for low cut Mrs. Oscar Sobotik
won a lovely bowl.
Those present were Misses
Selma Schindler, Lillle Bohl-
mann, Emmie Borchers, Emmie
Bohlmann, Irma Eck, Tonie
Mertz, Audrey Baumgarten,
Mesdames Oscar Woiters, Oscar
Sobotik, Emil Vacek, R. A. Woi-
ters, AdolDh Kehrer.
Jolly Bright Club
Mrs. W. D. Cowan entertained
the-Bridge Club Thursday after
noon at her home using Thanks-
giving suggestions for the dec-
orations. t . ;
The Club prize, a lovely hand
embroidered luncheon set, was
won by Ifelrs. Julius Schwartz.
During an intermission a
dainty salad course was served
to the following guests: Mes-
daaues Oscfti* Woiters, Joe Willie
Schwartzp^rnest A. Bosi, Rud.
Steiber. Talius Schwartz, P. L.
Herzik and Miss Audrey Baum-
15th Ax Murder
Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 5.—
Birmingham police redoubled
their efforts Monday in an effort
to solve the city's latest ax as*
saut committed Sunday night in
a downtown alley when Jane
Jackson, a young negro woman
and W. T. Conway, 30, were vic-
tims. The wogaan died in a few
hours after the attack. Doctors
gave little hope of Conway's're-
' The death of the woman
brought the number of alley
murders to seven while 15 deaths
have been recorded as a result
of ax assaults upon keepers of
small shops, and members of their
fam. s since the beginning of
ax murder" wavo. In atf
jb deaths 18 persons
ia.ve recovered from in-
Big Sales Good
The big sales atKessler Merc.
Co., Keuper Bros., and A, & P.
L. Herzik have been attracting
large crowds who report having
saved considerable money.
Kessler Merc. Co., is fast sell-
ing out their wares,however they
still have thousand and thous-
ands of dollars worth of high
gr$ide merchandise that must be
sold, as they are absolutely
quitting business. This is the
only store in town that^is closing
but their stock, if you have not
attended this sale do so, also be
sure and visit Herzik and Keuper
sales for your clothes, shoes, etc.
Don't fail to visit the big Sale
at E. H. Pratka's beginning next
Saturday and lasting for one
Trade with the merchants that
advertises in this paper and you
won't get stung on second hand
goods or a lot of junk.
Ernst Russek reports that Mr.
Plourney of Houston killed a 14
point buck on his Golden Rod
ranch this week.
PIRST SHOW AT 7:30 P. M.
Admission lO and. 22c
FRIDAY, NOV. 9tR.
Also a 2 reel Baby Peggy comedy
SATh NOV. lOtHo
at 3:30 p. m. and NIGHT at 7:30
Also a 2 reel comedy
DON MASON ip
"The Fire Chief"
Matinee Admission 10c. & 17c.
Don't Miss This Show
SUNDAY, NOV. Uth.
"Exit The Vamp"
A paramount picture
Also a 1 reel Aesop's Fables
TUES., NOV. 13th.
An Old Sweet-
heart Of Mine"
An All Star Cast
^lso a one Reel Comedy
Relieves disorders of the kid-
neys and bladder, backache,
scalding urine and urinary trou-
bles, lumbago and rheumatism.
Your money back if not pleased.
Relieves constipation, head-
ache,colds, dizziness, biijpusness,
indigestion, sour stomach, torpid
liver, fever and malaria. Your
money back if not pleased.
Show Every Day at 7:45 P. M.
Saturday Nov. lO.
Sunday, Nov. 11
A First National Attraction
Also Christe Comedy
"PAIR OF SEXES"
Tuesday, Nov. 13
"LONE HAND WILSON"
Thurs. Nov. IS
MABILAN BALLIN and
Roy Baumgarten says it is a
long lane that has no petting
party in it.
WELL AO Nt Tablet
(a vegetable aperient) taken at
night will help keep you well, by
toning and strengthening your di-
gestion and elimination.
Chips off -Hie Old Block
M Juniors — Little Ms
One-third the regular dose. Made
of the same ingredients, then candy
coated. For children and adults.
Avoid & Relieve
. BY TAKING
ft is a Reliable Genera! Invigorating Tonic
ONE IN TEN
Neglecting a little wound, cut
or abrasion of the flesh may in
nine cases out of ten cause no
freat suffering or inconvenience,
ut it is the one case in ten that
causes blood poisoning, lockjaw or
& chronic festering sore. The
cheapest, safest and best course is
to disinfect the wound with liquid
Borozone and apply the Borozone
Powder to complete the healing
process. Price (liquid) 30c, 60c
and $1.20. Powder 30c and 60c.
Sold by^ ^
City Drug Store
This announces that I am now open and
ready for your Grocery patronage. I have
a full line of everything required l^y a
first class grocery store. I will appreciate
your business and assure you good fresh
stock, good service and right prices.
Has a Reputation for Quality
More Than Fifty Years Old
Fifty-six yea+jteco Pee Gee Mastic Paint
started its job oa Saving Surfaces. How
well it has succeeded is a matter of
history in thousands of homes.
But that is not all—Pee Gee Mastic
other qualities than durability.
It is a most remarkable beautifier and
it retains its glossy finish. From a
standpoint of economy it is hard to find
any that will go as far in amount of sur-
face covered per gallon.
Free Paint Book
"Homes and How to
Now is the time to think
about painting and you need
this book. Attractively illus-
trated in colors—tells how to
select colors—gives specifica-
tions, and is brimful of help-
ful suggestions. Contains
additional interesting and
valuable information on
painting barns, buggies,
wagons, farm implements,
refinishing floors and wood-
work, and decorating walls
Ask for this book
% or write direct to
Peaslee- Gaulbert Go. You can't go wrong on Pee Gee Masfcip
louisville ©aiu for your home—ask your painter.
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In addition 50 lbs. of the famous Rice H)otel Coffee given away free
As a special inducement to the first SO customers with SS.OO purchase of
this seasonable merchandiee which I offer on this Fall Sale, I "will give each ;i
1 lb. of Rice Hotel Coffee ~
Every article in this Fall Sale will be profit stripped. Hundreds of items that will be thrown in to this bargain
will never be excelled. Remember the date NOVEMBER 10 to 17. The doors will open at 9 a m. S
Nov. 1 Oth. be on hand to get the 1 lb. can of best coffee on the market today. .
COME AND EXAMINE OUR BARGAINS
This Sale is for Cash Only. No goods exchanged, all sales final. Your trade checks are same as cash.
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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/m1/4/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Schulenburg Public Library.