The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 16, Ed. 1 Friday, December 24, 1926 Page: 4 of 4
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TBE SCHULENBMG STI
rents, Mr. and Mrs. tSfirrofEwrt Bernard had their ton
ilmann and family,
Bohlmann of A. &
&ge is/'here to spend
Ls holidays with his parents,
and Mrs. Frank Bohlmann
Lev. Elley left Thursday with
-family to officiate at a wed-
lg in Sealy>.._ V , ,
Miss Alma Linnarta. a student
^^vv DeTitoQ, home for
\ihe holidays the guest of her
>aren£^ Mr. and Mrs. Rud.
'Mrs. Walter Stelzig of Kings-
le/arrived her^lasS Friday to
spemd the holidays with her
mtrtfher, }*rs. Joe Sobotik and
Julius Schwartz was a busi*
ness visitor in Victoria and Ft.
Worth last week.
Chas. Baumgaiten went to
Austin Monday, he was accom?
panied back by his son, Henry
who is a „ student at the Stale
University* Henry will spend
the Xmas holidays here.
last week for Oorpus Chrffft to
spend the Xmas holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W,
Mrs. LeoFrazer of the Mora-
via section, and Mr. F. Hlovisen
sils removed here by i'Dr. Zves-
per this week.
Waldo Leudeman of the State
University is home ior the Xmas
holidays visiting his parents, Dr.
and Mrs. W. O. Leudemann.
Mrs. Hy. Bohlmann and
daughter, Miss Lillie, are spend-
ing the ;Xmas holidays in San
Antonio the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. E, R. Lewis and Miss Fe-
dema Bohlmann. .
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph See-
berger and daughter left ^Thurs-
day for Houston to spend the
holidays there with hjs mother
and other relatives a d friends.
f-Mrs. L Geo. Welch of<Denton
was here Sunday, the guest of
her parents, Mi', and Mrs. H. P.
Schaefer an'I* family, she is
spending the holidays with her
sister, Mrs. Wolters in Shiner
and with the Schaefer family
Gu's Stabler of Sugar Land
motored here Wednerday to visit
h& parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferd.
At this^season it gives us great pleasure
to express our appreciation
of the cordial business relations of the past
aud wish for you health, happiness and prosperity
during the coming year.
CITY DRUG STORE
R. I. Watzlavick
TWO REGISTERED DRUGGISTS
Phone 140 We Call For and Deliver
lew Serial Story
Starting with next weeks- pa-
er we will start a new serial
story. It is the book entitled,
"Alabaster Lamp" written by
This book is real and satisfy-
ing romance in a small town and
almong the finest people on earth,
1 This book is written in a lang-
uage we can all read and enjoy,
it\is a good clean story, full ot
interest, one we know our read-
er s\w ill be glad to read. We
selected this from among a num-
ber of good books because we
figured it better fitted for our
readers than a lot of books of
City life and life in foreign coun-
tries. Don't miss this excellent
story, see that your paper is
rpaid up and get every issue of it.
Louis Fahrenhold Dies
Louis Fahrenhold of Weimar,
who was passed 88 years of age,
passed into the great beyond
Monday night at the family res-
Mr. Fahrenthold was a pioneer
settler of the Weimar section
being among the first families
to locate in that section. He
has reared a family of honorable
men and women, He was re-
spected and loved by all his ac-
Mr. Fahrenhold had the mis-
fortune of falling a few days ago
which resulted in the breaking
of some ribs and togethei with
his advanced age caused his
The^Sticker tenders its sin-
cere sympathy to his bereaved
Produce Market Breaks
Some of the leaders in high
prices in the produce market
broke several cents owing to the
Xmas demand being over. The
prices may re-act some, however
for New Year. This however,
remains to be seen.
Eggs are bricgine 25 to 27c,
turkeys 28 to 29c, fryers 16 to 18,
pecans 8 to 9c, butter 25 to 30c
Cotton, middling basis, llMc.
Some folks sing "It ain't going to rain
no more" but that isn't so. Some folks say
"business is just business" but that isn't so.
But it is so that we appreciate your busi-
ness and the pleasure of business relations
with you and sincerely wish you a Merry
Christmas, a Happy New Year and every
good wish for the future.
BEST COSTS LESS"
[eason our thoughts go out in
.to our Friends and Customers
us during the past year.
Lcoming year bring you
:ss and Prosperity.
Cotton ginned prior to Decem-
ber 1 in Texas: Crops [of 1926
S. P. Presu
W. R. Scott, presiden
S. P. lines in Texas and L
ana, died very suddenly Mond3|
in California. He had just pass1
ed through Schulenburg two
days previous in his private car
going to California to consultj
with other officials of this Co.|
He arrived in California Monda;
morning and while £the confer
ence was in progress he wasj
stricken with a heart attack an
Mr. Scott was one of the fi
est railroad officials in Americi
he had the loyal co-operation,
all railroad employes, owing
the fact that he never forgot tl
the employee holding the
meekest of position was a h
being like himself and had
self respect. How very di1
ent from the average railroa
ficial who always goes around
with his head Irared back. IMr.
Scott's death will be personally
felt by many thousands.
Helmuth Helmcamp and Fritz
Borchers killed 35 ducks in a lit-
tle over an hours hunt Monday
afternoon below Eagle Lake. *
A sailor was in the City Tues-
day and contracted for a job
painting the flag pole on main
street. He attracted consider'
able attention as he climbed this
steel pole, fastened himself and
painted as he came down. The
pole now has a pretty new coat
Tuesday, the 21st, was the
shortest day in the year, each
day now we will have a little
more day light. We are always
glad when this date has passed.
Mrs. S. Bauch of San An to
nio was very painfully bruised
when a car ran over her in that
City. She is reported to be
badly injured. She is the moth-
er of George Bauch of this sec-
Eldred Hertel, son of Martin
Hertel, returned Sunday from
San Antonio where he under
went an operation [for Happen
dicitis, he was attended some
?y Mijs Martha Kalicb.
Dr. Hunter Clprk of Robs-
town was summoned here Mon-
day to attend Mrs, Bert Mayes,
who is quite ill. He left thlit
night for his home in Robstown.
Ed. L. Ethnger reports the
sale of a Special Dodge Sedan to
Frank H. Reichert, La Grange
and a Dsdge De Luxe Sedan to
Louis Herzik, Praha.
Tom Mazurek, who has been
attending the Sweeney Automo-
mobile School at Kansas Ctiy, is
en route here for the Xmas Holi-
days. He has completed This
Chas. HoWell was here last
week, the guest of Dr. and Mrs.
I. E. Clark, he left for Ft. Worth
to spend the Ihoiidays with his
folks. Chas. is a mighty fioe
young man, smart as a whip, he
will make his maik in the worldj
Miss Lima Johnson of Sugar
Land arrived this week to spend
the holidays with her mother,
Mrs. G. M. Johnson and familyi
We will appreciate the co-op-
eration of our people in phoning,
writing or telling us about your
holiday guests, or about you
going away for the holidays. We
are only humans, not mind read"
ers, so please let us know if yon
have company or go away, we
want every item, from our rural
folks as well as our town folks,
if you have visitors ,/Irom other
towns, tell us abouto it.
The wicked Republicans ars
to continue in cdntrol of the Unit-
ed States Senare. Control of the
body, we were J old, hinged upon
the result of anrelection in Maine
Moi|day. ThC Democrats of
Maine sent wfrrd that they were
sure of victory, and faithful
members of *he party of right-
eousness cl/nced the can-can and
sang songs of hope]over the pros-
pects of controlling the Senate
again. And then the returns
came in showing that the wicked
ones had won by a majority of
more than [fifty thousand. We
Democrats are a hopeful btncb.
In the gloom of darkest night we
see stars. When the last great
day comes and the world is wrap*
in flames, and the realms of ether
glow, these hopeful Democrats
will brush the sparks from their
hair and whiskers and say th^re
wont be much of a fire.
Ev. Luth. Church ;
Swiss Alps, Dec,. 24th. cele-
bration of Lord's Nativity, Bfcly
Night, 6 p. m., Silent aervitas.
Black Jack, Dec., 25th., Sil
services, Childrens celebrati
c.^f tJa,. 10 a. m. silent
days a year.
uy a Buick.
You will enjoy
Shaving B rushes, <
Books, Brushes, Cai
tain Pens, Flashlights^
Many other pretl
found in our store,
you select your gifts!
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