The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 26, 1920 Page: 3 of 8
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SPRING STYLES I
FOR THE LADIES
TH E 1/ M!VE!1 S A L C A. ft
U \ Th^re lie No !> sconl
THE DESIGNERS have created for THIS Spring wear,
Styles of surpassing beauty, and individuality. Each model in
our Reetdy-to wdar Department stands out in bold relief, as a
Master Piece of a real Master Tailor.
You can not find a more Comprehensive range ot Styles,
Materials, and Prices, than you will find in our ready-to- wear
department, if you wiil look the State over for it. Vvj are here
with) the goods this time.
When you buy one of these superb Garments from us, you
are conscious of the fact, that you have the right tiling, and at
the right price, for they are the last word in STYLE CRAP!'.
Our Silk department is Choc full, of the most choioe pat
terns, You can make no mistake, if you are interested in
silks, in seeing our big and well assorted stock before you buy.
Our New Spring line of Fine Footwear, is COMING IN now
very fast, and we will soon have our entire line to show you
You will be amazed at what good shoes, we can sell you at the
JOHN 15. STETSON HATS HAVE AH HIVED, Yes, we have
the New Spring Styles, in this famous brand, and can please
any one, for we have a Mighty Big Stock for you to select from.
See us first when you want the Right kind of Dry Goods at
live and let live Prices.
Yours very Truly,
J. T. BRYANT & CO.
Home of Good Shoes.
Si Stamford, Texas. j
Citation by Publication
The State of Texas:
Tc the Sheriff or any Constn.
bh? uf Stonewall County Greet-
You are hereby commanded to
summon Hunter Bilberry by ask-
ing publication of this Citation
once in eaoh wfek for four con-
secutive weeks previous to (he
return day hereof, in rome
newspaper published in your
County, if there be * newspaper
pablish^d therein, but if not,
then in any newspaper publish-
ed in the 39th Judicial I'istriet;
to appear at the next regular
term of the District Court of
Kent County, Texas, to be held
at the Court House thereof, in
Cluiremont on the 2nd Monday
in March, A. D 1920, the same
being the 8th day of .March, A.
Hnd there t0 an"
j returned to support her and has
I sent her no money for her sup
| port and maintuinance of her
I said children.
( Plaintiff alleges that during
Bilberry i.« Plaintiff and Hunter: the time the arid defendant liv-
ewer a je'ition Med in said
Coui t on the 29th day of August
A. P. 1919, in a suit numbered
on th.0 docket of said Court No.
!f 45l*, wherein Mrs. Martha
Bilberry is Defendant); the na-
jtureof plaintiff's demands In-
j ipir as follows:
j That she is a bona fida inhabi
|tant of K«r.t County, Texas and
jhis resided in the County of
Kent, State of Texaf, for the
Inst six years, and that defend-
!ant's address and whereabouts
if unknown to this plaintiff.
That heretofore towit: on the
21st day of October, 1906, she
and defendant were married at
ComaneheJ Comanche County,
Texas, and lived together as
husband and wife until May, A,
D, 1018, when defendan left
plaintiff herein, and his family
of three children and has n't
Unimproved Land for Sale
in Gaines Co , Texas
Priffl tracts as small as 3'20 acrffi if desired, $6,00
' per acr * b^nur. and purchaser to asmwtein ad-
dition $1.50 per an e due the State S''h'ol Fur.d,
Terms f)"r *cr' Rri^ ,'1<< rp*"n'r>dernn as
lon^ tunc and in is many payments as pur-
cnoser desires at 8 per err.t u terrft '! hip '? rd is prac-
tically all aillabh' and i*< suited to boil farming and
ranching. Water i • od. . I tit •> >« Mid fhillew.
For particular wri:t* t<. the nwi rs
R. A. 6c O. M. COX
Wuadiilufie St., Al'STIN, TKXA-V.
!ed t"geth< i' as husband and wife
•she was true to him, and did
j everything in her power to make
| him a good wife, and dieir home
ri;ij,p.s. that .'■he cooked his
meals, and did the h >ni«- work
as a dutiful wife .hould. and
that i is h aving her was not oc
easiorttd hv any lil or harsh
treatment on her pari, >u! that
she was a dutiful and loving
wife, but thai defendant ur-
mindful of his martial \ows,
was not true t<> plaintiff, hut u>-
wit; in 1917 became too intimate
with one Mrs. Dollie Jameson,
and frequently talked with her,
and that though this conduct on
hi? oart was condoned and for.
given by plaintiff herein after
Mrs. Dollie Jameson left •iay'on
Texas, yet plaintiff is now in-
formed that defendant is now
with this said Mis. Dollie Jamc
Plaintiff alleges that this con-
i duct on th * part of the defend-
I ant has made u great hardship
on plaintiff in that she is forced
to work very hard to maintain
jam) support h'-v three children,
jii'imelv Vandal,> Bilbery, age 13
vt ar-, Je vellfi Bilberry age 8
.wars, and Jack Bilberry ajK' l|*
jyf.i>rs, liiai .-in io forced io wash
; and do any kind of w.., i, that
j h ran get to do to maintain
ihvr^'lf and children, and she
i a? («.< l hat i hr care a) d matodey
! •' h three eh h ren be given
P rtintiff )! li vi s that the acts
and • duct of defendant in
than .t ring htr for this other
■a iv to find that re a #on at d t- «vr- i uwi tdit-o,,
'o drive to our nulhofivifo S<:rv'<>< station
'.vh< re ot. j of our m i/an c.< \vn< • i.o«.- t he
Pord' Way to ad; .«t ami i\ rail Kotd , can
t'jif if u j i/i a ■ -■ ri t:. t i • ; r perl; •. n i; ped
to « v..■ !■' ! .service. T :< . •. v <■ u: l;>
(. ' tViiiiif' Ford trade I'l,. •. v • • front
t ii " • <"• 'r>i' ■ i • i i 11 <! r • . : r,: lori'-'t h;;
• r • > int •• fei' parts.
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Aspermont Motor 'mmi
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Watch the Star Advertisements
The advertiser will always treat you ri t.
woman, and his deserting Ivh
children make her living togeth
et with him a-, his wife further
Wkerefore premises consider-
ed, i.,laint.ir pra\a that defend-
nut be cited in terms of the lav.
to appear an answer herein ami
that in a final hearing hereof -hp |
have a deeree setting aside and j
holding for naught t he marri ^e,
heretooore existing betwt-en • ;. •
and defendant, that, the '-sin
and custrdy 1 ' her said three
children b< to her, fo?
costs of suit, ^m! for genet a! j
and special releif - she is duty |
bound will ever $ .„ . .
11 t-t < in Fail Not, But hae you!
befoie&aid Court, on the first
day of the next term there.)'", ■
this Writ, with your retain
thereon, showing how y «.u lu\v*,
executed the same.
Witn-'.vs My H-'nd and Official
Sealatitiv office in Clairm.mt,
IVxns, this 31st da> of .lanuity
■I Rector Ward, CUrk,
District Court, Kent County,
Read ur-'tWn ^tiar. I; only
costs $1 Ml per y -:t
"l IFT CORNS OR
i..•♦•isn't lit:::! Lift any corn or
ialius off v. ith fingers
Don't *uffnr! A tiny bottl« W
FrMtMtiv ooflta but a few ennta at ami
drug utori1. Appl,r a few drops <
corns, calhiaf* and "Ward *kin" o
torn of fwt, then lift tbn>t off. •
Whon Frwfonc n mov<-« cvornt fraatlM
iot-H or caUu ea from the bottom of
tlio akin briioatli in li<ft p4nk ail kaaMn
iuk! never #«rc, trudvr or irritatao.
UVER DIDN'T ACT
DIGESTION WAS BAD
kfl IS jut OU Kentucky Lady, Who TelU How She Was Mf i
Alter a Few Dotes of Black-Drughl.
Meadonvtlla, Ky.—Mr«. Cyutbla
Hlntnbotbam, of this town, say*: "At
my age, which la 06, the lfrar doea
not act wo wal) aa when young. A few
roar* ago, my atomach waa all out of
fix. I waa constipated, my llrer
didn't act My digestion waa bad, and
It took *o little to upset me. My ap-
petite waa gone. ! waa very weak...
I daelded I wrald give Black-
Draught a thorough trial aa I know it
was highly reoomxModed for thla
trouble. ! began taking It I felt
beMsr after a lew Aoaee. My appetite
taynttd end I became atrongsr. My
bewail aeted naturally and*the least
Heebie wee soon righted with a few
doer* of mack-nt-Aught"
8* venty yoarn of sucoeaaful
made TUedford'a Black-Draught a
standard, household remedy.
member, of every family, at
need the help that Black-Draught
give In cleanalng the system aal
tiering the troubles that coaN
constipation, Indlgertton, laay
etc. You eaanot keap well unlaea year
atomach, liver and bowela an la fNMl
working order. Keep them thai way.
Try Black-Draught. It aehl pmt§Uf,
genOy and la a natural way. II yea
feel alugglsh, take a Aim
You will feet freah toanwew.
Uc. a package—One eiat a *ee
An druggleta. JL «
' W\\ T' 'M' ^
KiH" ififii ■ ' 1
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Dunwody, Will A. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 26, 1920, newspaper, February 26, 1920; Aspermont, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth126224/m1/3/: accessed April 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.