The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 5, 1919 Page: 2 of 6
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TBS ASPERMONT STAR
3 million dollars
for a phonograph!
nTHREF. MILLION- DOLLARS!
That's what it cost to perfect an
instrument which would Re-Create
music so faithfully that no one could
tell whether it was the living artist he
heard or the phonograph-—when he
heard one pitted against the other.
Add to the three million dollars Thomas
A. Edison's experience and genius and
you see how much was required to
"The Phonograph with a Soul"
"Now go ahead and build replicas"
said Mr. Edison to his staff when he
had finally achieved an instrument
which would meet the tone test.
"Call it the Official Laboratory Model
and xiphoid the standard I have set to
the last detail."
We're displaying this $3,000,000
phonograph in our store. Come in and
see it. If you conclude to purchase and
prefer to make payments at intervals
you'll find we can meet your needs.
STAR DRUG STORE
Professional and Besinoss
Jas. P. Stinson
General, Civil and Criminal
Piactice. Special Attention to
Mind, Probate and Commercing
ABILENE, • TEXAS.
Office over First National Bank
\ For Sale
A five passeuger Ford car in
good running condition, will ^ell
at a bargain. See m*.
S. C. Hopkins.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hoy of
S or en son were in Aspermont
Prank Sutherlan and family
returned this week from a *ev
erat weeks visit to relatives at
Sa&erton and Haskell
1 J. K. Martin and daughters
were trading in Aspermont Sat
Hll if; Bliss Ola Halcell of Mt. /ion
came to Aspermont Saturday
nV\l ,'i _ •
Mrs. Cbas. F Gibson left for
Abilene Friday to visit relatives
there for a few days.
Misses Leona and Beatrice
Gholston were visitors in As-
E. B. Featherston returned
Tuesday from a several week*'
visit to relatives and frieuds in
Mrs. Wm. lordan left Tues
dar for Crosbyton where she
will visit her parents for a few
Misse* Thelma and Bettie
Williams arc visiting relatives
and friends at Headly this
Bruce Stevenson of Stamford
WBi a business visitor in Asper-
M. I*'. Williams returned last
week from Boniterrie, Mo.
where he been in attendance of
meeting of the Brotherhood
<1 vii. pkactici; only
Specialty—Examining and Per
fecting Land Titles.
OFFICE FIRST NAT'L BANK
J. L. EVANS. Pro p.
Better Equipped than ever be-
fore to serve the public, both
with local and long distance
II. F. Grind staff
See John Gnest for all kinds
of plumber supplies. You will
find him at his old stand.
Low Realty Co.
BBAL IWTA.TE - FAKM liOANM - INHURAKOI
We have farms and ranches of any size and to suit
any demand - Good terms and low prices
We make liberal loans on good land and get your
money quickly. Any kind of Insurance.
See us if interested iu any of these lines. It wilt
orrica ovm imt mationai, daub
Always Ask for Genuine
"Baver Tablets of Aspirin"
Only Aspirin Tablets with the
safety "Bayer Cross" on them
are genuine "Bo.yer Tablets of
Aipirin," owned and made by
Americans and proved safe by
millions of people. Unknown
quantities of fraudulent Aspirin
Tablets were sold recently by a
Brooklyn dealer which aroved to
be composed mostly of Talcum
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"
should always be asked for.
Then look for the safety "Bayer
Cross" on the package and on
each tablet. Accept nothing
el*e! Proper directions and
dosage in each Baver package.
Aspirin is the trade mark of
Bayer Man<if"ctur«/of Monoace-
ticacidester of Salicycacid.
I handle undertakers supplier
at my old stand on the corner
J C. Gumsi.
Th 'Star clubs with the
t 1 I
I have purchased the Ice busi-
from Mrs. J, S. Gibson and I
earnestly solicit your trade.
Will deliver to any part of the
city. When you get °hot"
c. s. DICKEY
"The Ice Man"
Treasurer's Financial Statement
Assessment Rolls for 1918:
Revenue Ad Valorem Tax
Revenue and School Poll
Penalty Collected on Tax Rolls:
Assessments by Collector:
Revenue 238 44
Collections on Insolvent Lists of Previous
Years, including Penalty:
Amount Roceived in Redemption of Property
including Penalty, and Sales under decree of
Road 3 6.51
Peacock School Taxes
Amount of Insolvent Lists 1918 Taxes:
Erroneous Assessments and
Amount of Delinquent Taxes for .1918.
on Lands, Reported Delinquent in
Commissions for Collecting Occupations.
Fees for Poll Tax Receipt and Certificates
County Treasurer and Depository Re-
ceipts in the sum of .
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Dunwody, Will A. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 5, 1919, newspaper, June 5, 1919; Aspermont, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth126186/m1/2/: accessed February 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.