The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 28, 1938 Page: 4 of 4

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WANT ADS
NOTICE
1 have leased the Old Glory Lake,
and' same will be closed to fishermen
the balance of this year in order that
we may get it better stocked with
fish,
(Signed,! VV. H. Flowers.
MILK-CREAM
DONT SCRATCH
Pancfcto UtetoMBt u (MiaBWd to
relieve any itching Skin li*it Uoa «i
your money promptly refolded. Try
it tor Itch, Eczema, Athlete* Foot or
itching File*. Large Jar 60c at—
STAR DRUG STORK
"Leto's" For The Gums
For high grade milk, butter milk
and cream .from T-B tested cows,
see or phone Goodl'oes's Dairy
Phone 32F2
FOR SALE
QULLA Cotton Seed. First year seed
at $1.00 per bushel. See or call -
Bertha Hecht—Aspermont Texas
Gums that itch or bum can become
mighty trying. Drugigista will return
your money if the first bottle of
"LETO'S" fails to satisfy.
GEO. C. KEN AD Y
FOR SALE
Two bred sows— $25 oath. Also
a few fresh milch cows. See or write
~--R. M. GHOLSON, 11 mi. Northeast
of Aspermont,
LOST—a Sheaffer's Lifetime Foun-1
tain lJen with name "B. Gitm" engrav-
ed. libera! reward for return of same
to Sheriff's Office.
FOR RENT
Bedroom to rent—two blocks west
of Lumber Yard.—Mrs. Nellie Hatley
FOR SALE
1 5-burner New Perfection >il cook
stove (good condition), and 1 cool-
erator ice box (practically new). Will
.sell at bargain. See—
Mrs J. L. Chemiauit
SEWING
Sewing and quiltinsr wanted 2 blocks
west of Lumber Yard.
Mrs. Nellie Hatley
FOR SALE
Three used combines, bargain, 2
year terms.- Bu;e Implement Co,
Stamford, Texas.
SORE THROAT—TONS1L1T1S
Mop your uiftteo. or tooalls with our
Anstheaia-Mop end if not entirely re-
lieved hi 24 hours your money will oe
cheerfully refunded. Every boule is
gu r*nte#ff by—
STAR DRUG STORE
BETTER WRITER OFFERS
FRO.ME Ml'RDER SOLUTION
From a maze of anonymous and
otherwise letters giving positive so
Unions in the mysterious Fromc
murder case, state investigators se-
lected one written by an Iowa woman
us Exhibit A:
Her illustrated letter said, in part:
"1 dreamed my husband and 1 were
walking through a desert and saw
three khaki clad, middle; aged men
>v(uattinu in sand. The leader, with
handlebar moustache, hissed like a
. nake as we approached and threw a
• mall disk at us. 1 sensed danger as
we neared and he continued throwing
the metal disks. 1 just know they an'
■he murderers."
Inscribed on the letter was a draw-
ing of the imaginary man's face. His
headgear resembled that of a coolie,
His bij{ eyes and long-handled mus-
tache were well depicted, but officers
sailed to note the hisses resembling
a snake. —State Observer
NOTICE
ELECTIONEERING TIP
t'O CANDIDATES
An East Texas judge who success-
fully held his office for two decades
was asked to explain his system
which, unuoubtly, had carried him to
viciory over numerous opponents,
"Well, I'll tell you," he drawled.
My opponents always carry a jug
of likker around the county when
they electioneer. Now, common
sense'll tell you that when a farmer
gets ready to take a drink he throws
away his chew of tobacco I just fol-
low behind my opponent with some
plugs of Biown Mule and replenish
the supply." —State Observer
.Mr. and Mrs. Ed Flournoy of Roch-
ester visited Sunday fn the home of
Mrs. Fioarnoy's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Graham.
THE STATE OF TEXAS
TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CON-
STABLE OF STONEWALL COUN
TY-GREETING:
You are hereby commanded to sum-
mon the heirs and unknown heirs ot
T. 1. Evans, and the owners and un-
known owners of the hereinafter de
scribed real estate, and the leg-ai
representatives of the above said
heirs atid unknown heirs a'ui owners
and unknown owners, by making pub-
lication of this Citation once in each
week for four consecutive weeks pre-
vious to the return day hereof, m
some newspaper published in your
county, if there be a newspaper pub-
lished therein, but if not, then m the
nearest county where a newspaper is
published, to appear at the office ot
lite County Judge of Stonewall County,
Texas, at 10 o'clock A. M. on the 20th
day of May 11)88, before the Special
Commissioners named below to an-
swer the petition of the State of
Texas filed in cause No. 2 Uefui't
said Commissioners, in the matter of
condemnation proceedings as stated
i low and in accordance with the or-
uer of said Commissioners as stated
below; wherein in the State ofTexas
acting through the Commissioners
v.'uurt of Stonewall County, Texas,
is Plaintiff, and the heirs and un-
Miown heirs of T. I. Evans, and own-
ers and unknown owners of the here-
inafter described real estate, and the
legal representatives of the above
said heirs and unknown heirs and
owners and unknown owners are
Defendants, and a brief statement
of plaintiff's cause of action, being
as follows:
On Uhis 20th day of April, A. D.
U'38, T. M. Long, W. H. Davis ar.u
J. W. Meador, special commissioners,
appointed by the Court to assess
damages of the heirs and unknown
heirs of T. 1. Evans, and of the other
defendants named above, by reason
of the construction and recoiu>L'uc
tion and opening of State Highway
Secondary Road Project No. FAS
17-A, upon, across and through cer-
tain real estate described in plaintiffs
petition, reference to which is here
made, to which leal estate the fee
simple title is In the Aid above
named defendants, as is more fully
set out in said petition of the State
of Texas, acting by and through the.
Commissioners Court <f Stonewall
County, Texas, versus the heirs and
unknown heirs of T. I, Evans, and
the owners and unknown owners of
the herein referred to, and the legai
representatives of the above heirs
and unknown heirs and owners ami
unknown owners, filed with the Hon
crable County Judge of Stonewall
CoUnt;y, Texas, on the 19th day of
April, A. D. 11138; said commissioners
having been sworn to assess said
! a mages fairly and impartially, and
m accordance with law, do hereby ap-
point as the time and place for hear-
ing- said parties on the matter, the
office of the County Judge of Stone-
wall County, Texas, at Aspermont,
Texas, in said county, on the 20th
day of May, A. D. 1038, at 10 o'clock
A, M., at the Courthouse of said
County, for the purpose of offering
an evidence they may desire as to
the amount of damages to be assess-
ed against the State of Texas, and to
be paid to the said defendants and
each of them respectively, for th(
riight of way and strip of land de-
scribed in plaintiffs original petition
filed with the County Judge of Store
wall County, Texas, and the same
containing 7.151 acres of land out of
and a part of the N. W. !4 of Section
2t>!>, and of the N. W. % of the S. W.
of Section 299, Block "D" H T C
R.v. Co. Survey in Stonewall County,
Texas.
Witness our hands this 20','h day of
April, A. I). 1938.
T. M. Long
J. W. Meador
W. H. Davis
Special Commissioners.
NOTICE
THE STATE OF TEXAS
TO THE SHERIFF OR ANY CON-
STABLE OF STONEWALL COUN
TY—GREETING:
You are hereby commanded to
summon A. B. Stovall by making pub-
lication of this citation once in each
week for four consecutive weeks pre-
vious to the return day hereof, in
somo^ newspaper published in your
County, if there be a newspaper pub-
lished therein, but if not, then i" the
nearest County where a newspaper
is published, to appear at the nex-
retgular term of the DLstrict Court of
Stonewall County, to be holden at the
Court House thereof, in Aspermont,
on the 4th Monday in May A. D. 193?,
the same being the 23 day of May
A. D. 1938, then and there to ans-
wer a petition filed in said Court on
the 31 day of March A D., 11)38, in
a suit, numbered on the docket of
said CoUrt No. 2107, i wherein
l.urline Stovall is Plaintiff, and A. B.
Stovall is Defendant, and a brief
statement of plaintiff's cause .of ac-
tion, being as follows:
Plaintiff alleges that she is and
has been for more than twelve
months a bona fide inhabitant o" the
state of Texas, and has resided in
Stonewall County in said sUle for
more than six months next preceding
the fiiing of this petition: that plain-
tiff at d defendant were legally mar-
ried in Liana County, Textys on
March 15th, 1981, and lived together
Until May 3.1st, 1937, when by reason
of cruel treatment of plaintiff by de-
fendant plaintiff abandoned defend
ant as 'her husband.
Plaintiff says that soon after their
marriage defendant began to treat
plaintiff cruelly, find fault with her,
and on several occasions struck the
plaintiff, and abused her in various
ways; that such treatment caused
plaintiff to lose sleep and affected
her health, and all of such treatment
was of such nature as to rwtter the
plaintiff and defendant thrse child-
ren, to wit: Hazel LaVerne,
years old, Virgil Lois, four years old
and Billie Joe, two years of age, all
living together of plaintiff and de-
fendant insupportable
Plaintiff says there were born to
of whom are girls, are living witi
their grandfather, James W. Smith,
aid their post office address is Jay-
ton, Texas, R. F. D.—they live in
Stonewall County, Texas.
Wherefore, plaintiff prays for
judgement of divorce and for costs
of suit.
Herein fail not but have before
said Court, at its next regular term,
this writ with your return thereon.
showinig how you have executed the
same.
Given under my hand and seal of
said Court, at office in Aspermont.
Texas, on this 20th day of April A.D.
I WI S ,
E. M. Lawrence, Clerk District
Court, Stonewall County, Texas
(Sea)
Miss Ruby Dell Harvey returned to
her home here last week after an ex-
tenaed visit with relatives in Kermit..
She was accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. Odell Norris and Mrs. James
Rash, who made a brief visit with re-
latives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hester of
Stamford were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Graham last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Parker GoOdloe of
Wichita Falls were Visitors TiBre the
past week-end with their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Evans, Mr. and
Mrs. Byrle Evans and son, Jimnue,
and Dorothy Sue Evans visited in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Evans of Ballinger, Sunday.
M rs. Wm Flowers is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Bob Fatheringham at Guy -
inion, Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hudspeth and
son visited relatives in Mingus dur-
ing the week-end.
Queen Theatre
ASPERMONT, TEXAS
Last Time!
FRIDAY NIGHT
CHARLES (Buddy) ROGERSS
BETTY GRABLK
—W—
"This Way Please"
—plus—
comedy * cartoon
SATURDAY ONLY
Matinee and Nite
SMITH BA LLEW
HEATHER ANGEL
—IN—
"Western (.old"
—plus-
two cartoons
SATURDAY NIGHT PREVIJE 10:30 P. M.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
Pat O'Brien — George Brent
—in—
"SUBMARINE D-l"
—PlUS—
Comedy and Mivietone News
Tuesday—Wedneiday
LORETTA YOUNG — FRANK
MORGAN — FLORENCE MCE
"Paradise For Three"
—plus-
CARTOON a comedy
Thursday — Friday
WILL ROGERS
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"Handy Andy"
—plus-
cartoon A comedy
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Hudspeth, Hylton F. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 42, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 28, 1938, newspaper, April 28, 1938; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth126992/m1/4/ocr/: accessed August 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.

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