The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 12, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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The Aspermont Star
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ONLY PAPER IN STONEWALL COUNTY
ASPERMONT, TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 12 1920
Is always first in a Woman's Spring
plans. No matter how diverting tlie new
clothes may be, a woman never consid-
ers a Spaing wardrobe without first think-
ing of her HATS. If this were not so, this
early Spring showing of Millinery would
at once convert a woman, for there never
---for seasons and seasons —hrve been
such wholy alluring models.
I Mrs. Meda Robinson
HI At <iue*t's Store
It. J. (Reamer) King
For County Juclgo
To Income Tax Payers
To the Voters of Stone .vii
1 hereby announce myself a
candidate for the office of I'mm-
ty Judge. In doing bo I am a lad
to state that lam a Democrat
and believe in the majority rul-
ing. If the voters of the county
see fit to make me a public ser-
vant of the county in th<j capa-
city of County -Judge. I shall
endeavor to conduct the affairs
of the County in and Efficient,
Progressive, and Economic way.
I will great l.y appreciate the
vote and influence of each and
every voter in the County
I Am Very Respectfully,
R. J. King.
Watch the Star Ads.
Those who are required to
make out. an i,.c mv tax are:
All sins:'" men vvho«vincome has
exceeded $1000,00, and all mur
ried men whose Income ha? i >.
ceeded .*2000 00, and living ex-
penses are not to be deducted.
TheJFV'rst. National Bunk has
the proper blanks for filing in-
come taxes and they will he glad
to assist you in making cut. your
return, Re sure and have • ve;y-
thing figured up before i;oing to
them, as they don't, know h v,-
much you have made.
At pre." ut there is quite a lot
of sickness .o'er ihe com ty,
but as far as we are able to
learn all are doing nicely ex-
sep-. Joe Me Means of near Swen-
son and there is little hopes
held out for his recovery.
The entire familyenjov/a wellT
SELECTED PICTURE ^
QUEEN THEATRE |
We show only two and three
nights each week. It will do
you good to forget your trou-
bles by attending the show
two or three nights each week
WHAT It? THE ) V ( WHY. OO TO TM£r,
BEST 6EST PHOfO-Pt
To crervouRjfoVT.'?eatre in c
Mowev'f r.y*)X <rijiToWn ? c=t\j
/.tr ^ ^ jg);
Zella Mae Smith, who wa- ill
for ten days, is buck in School.
lira Nf II Thomas is improved
after being quite sick during the
Miss McKinzie'i pupils ate
w i! king on the Int'Tscholastic
spelling list. They had an in-
teresting match Friday after-
The Camp Fire met in the
ciub room Friday afternoon to
report on work toward the Fiie
makers rank. Some of this re-
port was to ^ive from 'nemory
the words of the * Star Spangh d
Banner" and the "Fire Maker's
I'esire " and to bring for exami-
nation some Eda rned and hem-
The Camp Fire girls re work-
ing faithfully at their sveepine
at school. Ten giJls are seen
with brooms Ht, four each day.
and the constquftii'e is a clean
building in riot more than twe' -
There wa.-- a gt neral scramble
for pi mV'S on the ball curt - hot
week, and both bo\s and girls
did ad me good work.
More 'io(ks were issued from
the library i his week than any-
other week of the year. We
'I-.' hojing that by some means
!tia\ add a go ,;i encyclopedia
to thi' !i'• r ny soon. The "tics
vo have help, but t.he.\ are out
■>' iate. In s >me homes thne
ire many uooii books that ser t
or decorative purposes, hut
these :ii our school library are
used daily. Your chiidren (!<••
-t-rve the best at the time in
their lives when the? can learn
A basket ball game wis stag-
ed in Aspermont Friday be-
tween Swenson and Aspermont,
neither team a as strictly a
school team but a nice game
was played. Be th sides seemed
to desire to play a strictly clean
game and the result was that
very few fouls were made and
not much "rough stuff" was
by the re free. Ten ninue ha1-
ves were played. One of the
conspicious points of the game
was a goal throw mad'' by Sen-
ter from a distance of five yards
or more and at. a disadvantage.
Houston Bingham of Aspermont
refereed the game.
I'he following w*s the line up
for trie respective places:
Forwards. Stanford and Go nory
G i irds, Hoy and Kobinson.
For war i Lainu t nu oiu«oii.
Guard*. Hardin and Zaut.
The final count whs ISwenson
5, Aspermont 17
Tuesday morning, the third
and fourth grades, under Mi?
Odor, rendered a program in the
music room They featured es
pacially number* that would re-
TO ENHAN6E THE CHARTS OF LOVELY
.WOMAN IS AN ERVIA3LE ACHIEVEMENT
A large part of a modern drug shop is devoted to the
sale of Toilet Articles and Preparations which are needed
in caring for the skin and complexion. I his is as it should
be, for it is now considered woman's duty to protect the
charms with which nature endowed her.
We handle ail worthy preparations as ,'oon as (hey are
on the market—provided, of course, we consider them
Chap Lotions, Face Creams. Powders, Rouge, (Mas-
sage Preparations. Hair Tonic ,. Manicure Goods, 'roilet
First Attention To All Orders (or the Sick
CONNK T YOUR HOME WITH A KIRST CLASS
DRUG S ORIS.
Miss Jo Hullneli lor
County I rcasur* r
This will ait!:.>ut ce to I he \ 'it-
ers of St< i e.',;■■!!(' Ui!.!, 'I ex as,
l hat 1 am •uinm a fandioMte he-
fori the I)• m( • r «ri>* Pi'iniarj< s|
of th" Coun' v ir re- flection to;
the office o (' \ !' •••.. •••!•< r, f
1 fertaini;. i hank iht pet I le or
' heir lie m !y supi.icrt given me
in I;ie pa«t. ami since! cly hotit
that Hi the discharge of my d"
tit as such edict r 1 have merit
ed and \vi. 1 ivct-ivt that support
■■igaiiv- and i!' auain oh cted, I
will strive in the future, ns I
have done in the past, to make
the very 'test t llla-r I can—
Again thanking you,
If > ou need a sewing m.ichine
we have it. The Free Machine.
Have them in stock row.
Chas. F. Gibson
Our Milliner, Mrs. Luke, has
been ill with the flu and was un-
able to return on time. She
asks h-'r customers and friends
ta wait and inspect her line of
Sprint? Millinery before purchas-
ing. She expects to return with-
in a few dnys.
Bryant Link Co.
You can get, what you want in
Chas. F, Gibson
late to Lincoln's birthday and
St Valentines It wa? much < r.-
jn.vt t! by the school. Tht se pro
1?rams are «iv>n from week by
the respective rooms and are
ooked forward t< b.\ a h
CoiiimissioiHM S Coin t
Conimts io < r.- Ct i.rt is in ses-
sion i iiis w> i I. ai d among ' 1 r*
ma • y . >!. ■■ • con < 1 . re
th'un \ as tie i es ig', i at a n of
Sher ff I' I' 1' i 'i i , w "i''b ' h- y
acc( pled ai.d Mr (' E Bryson
was ppo nteci to fill < nt the ui,-
e.xpirt d term,
Mrs, M: • t i >s'iiei n arai Clyde
Uickey ef' Saturday for Dulias
in resp nse to a mi ssasre s'atii g
that th ir fathea, .ludfe S K.
I)icke\ wa.-. dead. .1 iijjde Dickev
was an t Id time resident of
Stonewall county and his many
friends here will learn of hi?
death with deep regret.
Last Thursday evening while
at the cotton yard unloading a
bale of cot ton, M V. Guest fell
from his wag an, sustaining some
bad bruises, but was fortunate
not to have any femes broken,
Will keep fresh tread from
Hov Irvin has our thanks for
cash on subscription th's week.
You can get what you want
in Harness at
Chas F. Gibson
Dr. Montgomery will be in
! Aspermont <>ne day, Tuesday
! February 17th, prepared to
I treat diseases of the Eye, Ear.
I Nose and Throat and fit glasses.
(Office with Aspermont Pharmu
Read \( ur own Star,
costs $1 o0 per year.
FOR SALE BY
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Dunwody, Will A. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 12, 1920, newspaper, February 12, 1920; Aspermont, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth126222/m1/1/: accessed March 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.