The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1926 Page: 5 of 6
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THE ASP JSftMOm 81 AH
HOUSE WIRING, SUPPLIES & APPLIANCES
Let Us Supply Your Wants
H. M, SHAOLS MOft.
Praiitsum hi Bhsinss
A A. ANNIS
)rtic.- u?er Pir r National Buril
Names for School
Trustees Must Be
■'VII PRACTIfK OXI.V
Specialty—Examining and Par
fecting Land Titles.
JFFMK KIR8T NAT'L BANK.
H. F. I'tinJtloU T £ Knlghl
Grindataff & Knight
dr. f. v. Mcknight
Physician & Surgeon
Office. Britton Drug Co
IF YOU LIKE TASTY MEATS
You don't have to go any farther than the
:ITY MEAT MARKET to have your wanta
Here you get the beat that the market af-
fords— always in large variety — and you
don't have to pay exhorbitant prices.
If you are particular about the meat you
buy, this is the place you are looking for.
City Meat WarKet
Win. Ftowera & Fred Dal by, Props.
For Coat and Ice
Hauling of all Kinds,
from the Heavieat to the Lightest
F. O. Gibson
HIJC X2KSS FOR lv«
HARRY McAFEE, Prop
and It lire
Hmfca hurt. I was
Maatf tmllt ma ap."
Look over your tube* Today and have u«
to reppir them.
They ahould be kept in good condition
for immediate use.
REPAIR SERVICE OK ALL KINDS
We can also look after yoair battery- an-
other cat a where neglect Sa both dangerous
CASH GARAGE Inc.
Dr .E. L. Shaw
Physician and Surgeon
Office at Asucrmont Drug Co.
Residence Phone 20
JEWELRY & VICTROLAS
Watch & Jewelry
Mail Your Order*.
McMAHON JEWELRY CO.
stonewall lodge no
a. f «v a. m.
Thursday night on or ore-
full moon in each month
Maater Masons are cord h i \
vitad to attend.
M. F. Williams \\ M
M. N. Guest Sec
City Barber Shop
First class barber work.
Hot and co|d Baths.
Hats cleaned and blocked.
Your patronage is earnestly
solicited ami greatly appreciated
W. F, PYKA'IT, PROP.
Bad titles perfected
Consolidated Abstract Co.
Office Court House.
W. W. DOUGLASS
Writes All Kinds of Kansas
City Life Policies.
Call Phone No. 88
if 1 don't call on you.
Fresh milk, butter, and eggs.
We deliver daily.
Phone Mrs. R M. Gholson,
Lakeview Dairy Farm.
For fin tfork «nd plu nbw g
See J C. Guest.
County Superintendniu wishes, to
call especial attention to the new
law In regard to the election school
trustees which makes some very
radical changes in the election of
trustees in rural and small town
schools. Any candidate for school
trustee must file a written request
with the county judge to have his
name on the ballot, or five voters in
the district may file such request as
to the candidates with the county
Judge. This law 2k mandatory and
unless it is complied with the elec-
tio will be illegal and trustees might
bo elected otherwise will not be
qualified to discharge the duties of
Superintendent Trammell states
that h« does not think that such a
law was needed but ft has been pass-
ed and is in effect and that It is hi.3
duty to see that it is enforced and
he urgently requests that all elections
of school trustees be held In com-
pliance with Its provisions.
The time for trustee elections is
on Saturday, April 3rd.
The full text of this law Is as fol-
Section 1. That Article 2820,
Title 'IS, be amended so us to here-
after read as follows:
" Article 2820. All of the bal-
lots for the election of school trustees
in common school districts and in
independent school districts having
fewer than f>00 scholastics as shown
by the lust preceding scholastic cen-
sus roll approved by the State De-
luvitment of education and exclusive
of transfers shall be printed with
Mack ink on clear, white paper, of
sufficient thicknes to prevent the
murks thereon being seen through the
paper and be of uniform style; at the
top of the ballot shall be printed
"Official ballot, Common School Dist-
rict Number "or "Official
Independent School District," the
number or name of the school dis-
trict In which the election is to be
held to be fillet! in by the judge of
the county when he orders the bal-
lots printed. Any person desiring to
have his name placed on said ballot,
as a candidate for the office of trus-
tee of a common school district or
Independent school district as here-
in provided shall, at lea*?t ten days
before sold election, file a written re-
quest with the county Judge of the
county in which said district is locat-
•a the-baUrt the
How Doctors Treat
Colds and the Flu
To break up u cold overnight or
to cut short an atUu-h < f jrr-i;)pt\ in-
fluenza, sore throat or t<Hi1.- phy
sieiaas and druKj.fi-' '*>•«? r< ,v.-ow
mending Calotuiw. .• pui .is d and
refined calomel compound tablet that
gives you the effects of calomel and
raits combined, without ibw unpleas-
ant effects of either.
One or two i'alotubs nt h"d-tiine
with a swallow of water,—that's all.
No salts, no nausea nor the' slightest
interferer.ee with your ertting. w-i*'
or pleasure. Next morning your
has vanished, your sjfvU-'n is th •-
oughly purified and you uiv f v i '
fine with a hearty appetio- for 1 c-vA.
fast. Eft what y<>u r>Vu
Get a faiail) pack>«ge, •■oi in.
full direction*, only .>£> cent.-. Ai in,
drug store. Iv't
td, requesting that - Ida muue be
placed on the official ballot, and no
said ballot unless he has complied
with the provisions of this section;
provided that fivs oracure resident
Qualttlat votass in. tfta district ASf
nana - of easn;
coeiplied wltti the
and deliver : tuffldeU
printed ballots and
tion supplies to the presiding aWcer
of the election at least one day be-
fore the election is held, the said
election supplies including the bal
lots, poll lists and tally sheets to be
delivered by the county Judge by
mail or in any other ir.m.ner by him
deemed best, to t1 - presiding officer
of said elect io sealed envelopes,
and said seal, i .velopes shall n<£
be opened by the election officers
until the day of the election. The
expense of printing the ballots and
delivering same to the presidig offi-
cers, together with the other inci-
dental expenses, shall be paid out
of the general funds of the county.
The eleetkm officers of said election
shall be required to ase the ballots
so furnished by the county Judge as
provided by the terms of this Act
Tiie election of officei's shall .make
returns of said elections to the coun-
ty judge and certify the results in
the same manner as la now required
by law and said ballot boxes which
hove been furniahed by the looal
school officials shall be sent to the
county judge and said election re-
turns shidl be canvassed by the com-
missioners court, and,, together with
ballot boxes sliall be safely preserv-
ed for a period of three months next
after the date of the election."
Don't forget to renew your sub
scription to the Star. It only
costs you $1.50 for a year and it
will be worth that mm alone to
see the announcementh for the
County Offices. Don't wait, we
need the money and you need the
Holidays have some advantages
The checks you cash dont reach the
bank until the next day.
_ Two patriotic
Maise For Sale
1 will have car load oj maize in
about 10 daya. Will sell at $26.00
per ton. See or phone
E. H Baker.
Half the men looking at their
watches dont know what time It is
The greatest man in the world
the man you would be If It didn't
tak.1 so much hard work. v
larly adapted ft
ed to posterity
Washington was. a man in whom
the people of the new nation had the
utmost sonfkUnca. Be was a mas
around whoa rtyM r'htr 1m mskn
secure the foundation of what was de-
stined to he the gaeatert nation the
world had iTir kiiaan
Lincoln's great forgiving spirit, hi*
nobleness of purpose and uncanny
knowledge of human nature fitted
him for the seemingly impossible task
of holding the several states together
so that they could fulfill their destiny.
As we come to the time when their
birthdays are observed, all true
Americans should reconsecrate them-
selves to the same ideals as those to
which the Father of our country clung
and to which the savior of our coun-
try held steadfastly when the priva*
tions of a people, divided one agelast
the other, weighed heavily upon hiiu.
texas teachers exchange
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Abilene, Texas, Jan 2C.—Teaad
only licensed teacher's agency Is lo>
cated at Abilene, according to J. Lee
Tarpley, chief deputy labor commis-
sioner, who has Just obtained a lieeaae
from the State Labor Department,
granting to W. A. Uysutn of this eity
the legal right to operate the Texas
Mr. bynmo has had several years'
experience placing school teachers,
having opened a bureau here in 1908,
and operated awhile In Shlweport
La., arid Las Cruces, N. U. He ha
placed hundreds of teachers over the
West and Southwest. Now that he
has tike only legal private bureau in
the state, he expects to do a much
larger volume-of buslnesa. this year
Uuuj ever before. No charge<le made
by the Exchange to school.officials
BEING CAJUEFUL WILL
Wiorf lts SREVfTE.
D p«rulfci>l« SEEDS
Dallas News & the STAR $2.25
Kt-p electric light bulbs clean an J
replace old bulbs. This means maal-
mum light with aaine oonsumptioft of
, Turn lien off If yoo leave R for< on
instant. You may be detaiaed lower
Itepair appliances at hlpt of
trouble. A new wire Is better than
a bad fUe.
Avoid shocks by never experimeat-
ing with electric equipment ui*«tll the
current is turned off. Be sure four
hand.-- ore dry before you. touch con-
nected appliances. Do not turn oo
light while standing in bathtiab.
Dent try to do yoar-ewa sepaislng
unless-gon are an wfwt If yoamuM
experiment, do R in.the ilsgHnmpiini
you c±j\ replaoa a blowneuCftiaa with-
out ln«utnvenianee. ■<?
Don*t use catoh'penny "improve-
mente^ mada te sell. Tl<ey enly lass
Vjthe- ei'iHcieney af yeor appMSSce.
Dor t plaee %ii1its' tee -esse Ude
or ck thing, or where cMMno- aan
stumble over them. Do-not 4eeee un-
protected motors or moving -eft U-
ances in action when young ehttdren
are playing about. Hit guard on
electric heater and fan are ]il*«d
there for your protection.
Do not Ssrtoo many sppUancas en
double orOfcde sockets at theaame
time. Yiaur ftectric outlets Indleete
the amount current yonr heiose is
ftquipped^ for. uiung mors mi
out a fuse or cause worse
Dont try., to.
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THE AUSTIN NURSERM
There is n good neaeoa forplanting, Ute beat io nine
years. Plant a commercial orchard and let people come and
pick their fruit. They will pay more than if you took it to
Plant Peaches, Plums, Pears, Figs, Apricots, Nectar-
ines, Pecans, Grapes, Jujubes, Bemes and other fruits.
We have new aure bearing varieties, like Smith, Car-
penter, Leona and Beat June peaobes, and thirty other good
Bruce, Excelsior, Burbanlt, Happiness* advance,
Santa Rosa Plums, and liftean others.
Haupt Blackberrita, Canaan Grapsa.
Let us make your Home Orounda Beautiful Forever,
with Evergreens, Shades and Sbrufea srranatd the right way
Plenty of old sorts likoAMma, CrapaMf rtlea, lapaa
Quinces, Hibicus, Brid d Wreath, Nandina, Rosea and then:
Many sorts of climate proof Native Sjhn&iMrf WeH
Stop the north* and the view of your neighbor's
back-yard with Evergreen*. haretthopi^nds of Ligus^ i
trums, Chinese Arbor Vitse. A..vK r Prteet and twenty '
We make plan tor plantir your heme flreuiuls or
parks, We send drawing i^aper by mail. Fifty years*
constant improvement. Catalog. We pay Express.
THE AVSTJN NURSERY
F T Ramsey t Son
A USTIN, TEXAS SINCE 1875
r haslng the cb£ *St
are far maiff ;
run than '.«■
earth at •
further proof that thU ie-a
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Guest, Margaret E. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 33, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1926, newspaper, February 11, 1926; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth126527/m1/5/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.