The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 29, 1921 Page: 1 of 8
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PAPER IN STONEWALL COUNTY
f OLUME 24
ASPERMONT, TEXAS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 29 1921
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FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY
Big 50c Jar of Wonderful COMBINATION CREAM
JONTEEL with the purchase together of one 50c box of
Face Powder Jonteei and one 50c cdmpact of Rouge Jon-
teel, Three Famous Beau+ifiers for the Price of Two.
We make this exceptional offer so that you may get
acquainted with the most delightful face crem. A cream
for softening, healing, beautifying the complexion. Sim-
ply wonderful as a base for powder. You love to use it-
it's so fragrant, cooling and refreshing. Stimulates the
(issues and makes you feel—as well as look—lots younger.
FACE POWDER JONTEEL is a soft, invisible pow-
der with a remarkable ciinching quality. You notice the
difference at once,
ROUGE JONTEEL is so lifelike. Mates your own
natural flush perfectly. Comes in convenient compact
form to carry in purse or pocket.
You can secure these Jonteel Beauty
Requisites only at
Style Show a
Speaking: of "small town so-
ciety, " Aspermont staged •
performance on last Friday
evening that would do credit to
any city in Texas.
Bryant Link Co. and W. P.
Guest, the leading dry goods
houses of the city, brought be-
fore an enthusiastic audience a
VStyle Show" that deserves
Mr, Nicholson, the able man-
ager of Bryant-Link Co. gave,
for both firms, a cordial wel-
come to all present and assured
them that ^either of the compan-
ies sincerely appreciated their
trade, and were looking for-
ward to please them more by
supplying the demands with
goods of perfect, satisfaction.
Too much can not be said for
the graceful models, ond the
management of Mrs. Uuest and
Miss Lee in presenting the dif-
Special music was furnished
by the Aspermont Brass Band,
directed by Mr. (■ ok. A piano
solo by Mrs. VVy)je, with vocal
selections by Miss Eaten and
Mr. Cook were other special
The above named firms pur
Dr. Ann is Itesideiice
Last Saturday, for the first
time in many months, the fire
mlarm was sounded and it was
found that Dr. Annis residence,
in soutn Aspermont, was on fire.
The origin of the fire was from
sa rag saturated in varnish and
linseed oil that wan left on the
feack porch which ignited from
the heat of the sun. That su''h
a thing was possible, was news
to Dr. Annis'as well as to many
■of the rest of us. But bv a
ready response from nearly
«very man in town, the fire did
tittle damage and was extin-
guished before the fire depart-
ment reached the scene.
W. B, Bingham left Saturday
for Lovington, N. M. to attend
the funeral of his nephew, Ben
Neither who died at Elk City,
Okla, of appendicitis.
V. L. Stewart
Monday of this week C. L
Stewart purchased from F. 0.
Senter all tools, parts and ac-
cessories that. w<-re still at t h«-
old Motor Co. stand, on south
side of square and has opened
the place for business. Mr.
itewart needr. no introduction to
the people of Aspermont and
surrounding territory- as he is
well knownthe county over.
Johnson Chapel Items
The health'in this community
is good at present. We have
had fine rains which make*
grass goos and water plentiful.
The concert at the Chapel «as
fine, and so was the ice cream
This community needs some
real good cotton pickers just
now. Come and come quick.
Your Patronage Appreciated
I have opened, a Barber Shop on the west side of
the square and will greatly appreciate your patronage.
Yours for First class barber work,
West Side Barber Shop
S. C. Hopkins, Prop.
chased, not only the theatre
building for this occasion, but
a late five reel Paramount fea-
ture, which was shown free at
tne conclusion of the style show,
after which each firm served
their models refreshments.
Aspermont is always in keep-
ing with all truly wide awake
Mrs. C. H. Irion and Mrs. J.
D. R )ndeaux entertained Thurs-
day afternoon for the members
of the Pastime Club. Several
games of progressive 42 were
played, after which refresh-
men ts, consisting of a salad
course and Grape Ice. were pas-
sed to the members and the fal-
lowing guests: Mesdames An-
nis, Boyd, Brannen Bailey, Fin-
ley, Herrinjr. Jim Kobertson.
Bob Robertson, SpruiH and Miss
Have you tried the new Tai-
lor yet? Phone 4G.
As w j go to press we learn
that Uncle Johnnie Ward, ^ho
has been confined to his bed for
several weeks, died this morn-
ing at an early hour. A full
account of the life had death of
this good man will appear in
next weeks issue
Last Sunday night. H. V.
Link, in ^company with several
other hoys were driving a Ford
car without lights on the Mt,
OliAe road sne mile north of
town and run into a wagon that
was being driAen by Fate Pierce
The car was badly wrecked andn
a front wheel of the wagon was
torn to pieces, but none of the
occupant* were injured, save a
few minor scratches.
Aft oil Buttrell
Gets Hand Hurt
Last Sunday while playing
with the machinery end of a
mattress factory, Afton But-
trell, the ten year old son of
Mr. and H. A. Buttrell severely
cut his right hand, it is thought
however that he will not lose
any of the fingers.
On Cash Basis
i Owing to the fact that this is
| the time of year that everybody
should pay cash, I have put my
business on strictly a cash basis,
and. my books are clo ed for
the .year. Thanking you for
your ibatronage and earnestly
Hoiici'ting a continuance of same
I am, . Yours for service.
A permont Motor Co.
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We'll go fishing togef cr nsxt
Summer—but now, a new, styl-
ish T, IO IT Hat takes jr3ur
You v/ill understand why the
LICIT Hat 33 called "The Elgin
Hat for Real Men" when you
come in arcl see our new Fall
Now ready for your inspec-
REASONABLY PRICES FROM $3,75 up
We appreciate the honor of your presence at the recent
Style Show. Come in and let us show you the same gar-
ments we displayed on that occasion. " We have a wide var-
iety of styles and prices from which you may select your
We Set the Example-Others follow
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Dunwody, Will A. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 29, 1921, newspaper, September 29, 1921; Aspermont, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth126307/m1/1/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.