The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1967 Page: 4 of 6
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THE ASPERMONT STAR
ASPKRMONT, TEXAS THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 19(i7
WANT AD RATES
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for each insertion, cards of
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FOR STANDARD terraces, chisel-
ing and dirt work, contact E. 11
Nichols, Phone 3591, Aspermont.
CUSTOM workintr and branding
and spraying of cattle Cattl-
Vaccines and all kinds of spray
for sale. Dalby Feed Lots, Billy
Dalby, Phone 4352, 21-tf
See Clyde l.ittlcpage at
Littlepage funeral Home
USED REFRIGERATORS — as
low as $37.50. Used televisions
as low as $37.50. Joe Hudspeth's,
Hamlin, Texas, phone SP 4-1636.
HELP PI T the t.iap on the map
Visit beautiful Buffalo Gay, the
eating and fun capital of West
WE PICKUP and service In
ternational and Earmall trac
tors with genuine III parts ant
bv courteous, factory trained
mechanics. Free pick-up and de
livery on major jcbs, small
charge on small jobs. All work
guaranteed. Your International
Harvester Dealer, Richa; dson
Truck and Tractor, Haskell, Sfr!-
3471 Nights 8H4-'?417. 33-1 f |
FIVE LOTS in Swenson and one
lot in Peacock for sale. Also
house for sale to be moved. 3
rooms and bath. Contact First
Methodist Church, Box 575, As-
permont, or phone 2401.
PARTY with good credit in As-
permont area. Repossessed I960
Singer Sewing machine in Walnut
console, automatic zig zag, blind
hem, fancy pattern, etc. 4 pay-
ments of $6.75 or $23.79 cash.
Write credit department 2225
Pine St., Abilene. Texas. 48 tfc
REPOSSESSED 196(5 Singer zig-
zag sewing machine. Makes But-
tonholes and fancy stitching with-
out attachments $39.95 or $6.00 a
month guaranteed. Write Box
1292, Abilene, 494tc
FOR SALE — Good seed oats.
Haven't frozen out. Virgil Winn,
Phone 3961 or 3921.
"Repossessed 1966 model Singer
sewing machine in walnut con-
sole. Zig-zags, blind hems, fancy
patterns. Take over 4 payments
at $7.46. Mint have good credit.
Write Credit Manager, 1114 19th
Street, Lubbock, Texas."
NICE home for sale. Reasonable.
Call 5808, Morris Garner.
FARM WORK WANTED—Tractor
driving or cotton stripper. Har-
vey Womack, Peacock, Texas.
FOR SALE—Large tile house in
Dublin, Texas. Write G. C. Gro-
gan, Rt. 2, Del.con, Texas 76444.
FOR SALE—5 room frame house
in DeLen, Texas.Write G. C. Gro-
gan, Rt. 2, DeLoon, Texas 76444.
at $6.76 or discount for cash.
Write Credit Department, 1114
19th Street, Lubbock, Texas."
FOR SALE — Electric Clothes
Dryer. Contact Arnold Wallace,
FOR SALE—14' alumnlum boat,
16 horsepower motor and trailer.
3 life jackets, two paddles, two
mchors, dirt cheap. Contact Ree
Oriek phone 5421.
MAN' OR WOMAN wanted to sup-
ply Rawlcigh products to eon-
sinners in Stonewall County or
Kent. Good time to start. No
capital required. Write Rawlcigh.
l'XG-590-815 Memphis, Tcnn.
HELP WANTED Male or Female
—Easy to learn. light work. Sup-
ply consumers with world famous
Rawlcigh Products in Stonewall
or Haskell Counties. Should earn
$3.50 per hour or more, depend-
ing on ability to learn. No in-
vestment nocessary. Write Raw-
lcigh TXl-590-738, Memphis,
THE amazing Blue Lustre will
leave your upholstery beautifully
soft and clean. Rent electric
shampooer $1. Mac's Super Mar-
LOST -- Black and white wolf
hound has while bald face with
slanted eyes. Reward offered.
Write W. A. Maples, Rising Star,
Texas or Phone 643-4432.
SAVE Rig' Do your own rug and
uphlstery cleaning with Blue Lus-
tre. Rent electric shampooer $1.
Mac's Super Market .Aspermont.
MR. FARMER: Simplify your
bookkeeping with Shaw's Farm
Facts system. Book for one year
or'y $1 .75 at the Aspermont
FOR SALE or TRADE Large 3
bedroom home, 2 baths, utility,
central heating, cellar, garage,
large storeroom on 150 by 150 lot.
Will consider trading equity for
small house that can be moved.
George Hanke, Phone 3946.
"Need responsible party in As-
permont area to take over pay-
ments on 1967 model Singer sew-
ing machine. Automatic zig-zag-
ger, blind hems, fancy ypatterns,
buttonholes, etc. Four payments
CUSTOM tandem and wheat seed-
ing. M .L. Bilberry, 9 miles north
of Asprmont on Guthrie Road,
Complete Front Knd
& Brake Service
Factory Trained Mechanic
Latest Equipment Available
JOE HI DSPETH'S
Phone PR 1 1656 Hamlin
FOR SALE —2 bedroom frame
house in nice neighborhood, pric-
ed for quicks,lie. Call Stamford
Federal Savings & Loan Associa-
tion. PR 3-2714,
FOR SALE 389 acres near Old
Glory. 484 acres 10 miles north-
west of Rule. Phone 3251, Bill
Denison Realty. Rule, Texas.
FOR SALE - Chain saw. nearly
new cheap. Contact Otlio Ellis
at Ellis Shamrock.
FOR SALE- Bundled
Contact F.lam Griffith.
Cl'STOM Plowing, one wa.ving,
sowing fencing. M. W. Tipton-
call S. A Rash 5351.
Published every Thursday at
The Star office in Aspermont,
Texas, by C-K Publishing Co,
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at the Post Office at Asper-
mont. Texas 79502, under the
Act of Congress March 3, 1879.
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Sorghum Shows Well
In Feeding Tests
College Station —Popped grain
sorghum racked up a respectable
performance when it was fed to
st es in tests at Texas A&M Uni-
Steers getting the popped
grain ration gained more effi-
ciently than those getting a nor-
mal grain sorghum ration, said
,1. K. Riggs of the Animal
Science Depar ment at A&M.
Riggs said the animals getting
the popped feed took only 5.5
pounds of feed to make a pound
of gain while the others took 6.9
pounds to put on a pound of gain.
Steers getting the ordinary
grain sorghum gained 3.1 pounds
a day for 84 days on feed while
the steers getting the popped
grain sorghum gained a lower 2.7
pounds a day. But because of the
greater efficiency, it cost a little
less to put the same amount of
gain on the animals with a pop-
Riggs said the sorghum grain
was popped in a gas-fired infra-
red burner and then dry rolled.
Just like popcorn, nt all the grain
Steers fed the "normal run"—
that is popped and unpopped—
had the greatest efficiency. Those
fed 100 percent popped ration
were next in efficiency, followed
by those fed partially and un-
popped grain —• last were those
getting original grain which had
simply been rolled.
Albert Baugh, Observer
Day of Week
Rainfall for Year
NOW IN STOCK
Special Fertilizer and Soil
Conditioner. Field and
Ward Feed & Supply
Order Approving County Treasurer's Report
On October 9th, A.I). 1967, the Commissioner's Cou rt met in regular session, compared and examined
the monthly reports of Sally Wright, County Treasurer for the quarter ending September 30th 1967
and found the same to be correct arid respective am ounts received and paid out to be correct since the
proceeding report. ,
Bal. as of
July 1, 1967
Road & Bridge
Court House and Jail
. ... 5,644.09
Road & Bridge No, 1
Road & Bridge No. 2
Road & Bridge No. 3
Road & Bridge No. 4
Swimming Pool and Park
. .' ... 832.05
Spec. Rd. Dist. 2. Prec.
Spec. Rd. Dist, 4, Prec.
Spec. Rd. Dist. 3. Prec.
Spec. Rd, Dist. 1, Prec.
F & M Lateral Road
Lateral Road No. 1
Lateral Road No. 2
Lateral Road No. 3
Lateral Road No. 4
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F & M Lateral Road 1
F & M Lateral Road 2
F & M Lateral Road 3
F & M Lateral Road 4
Delinquent Tax Roll
54M & 20M R & B Bonds
Special Road Di.st. No,
Special Road Dist. No
Special Road Hist. No.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ASPKRMONT. TEXAS
BOND AND WARRANT INDEBTEDNESS
54M Road & Bridge Bonds'
Special Road Dist. No. 10
The Aspermont Star
SECURITIES OWNED BY COUNTY FUNDS
■VIM & 2()M Road k Bridge Bonds, Scr. 'A' K B*
Time Deposit, First National Bank, Aspcrnv nt, Tex as
Total Sinking Funds
Total Securities arm Sinking Funds
The Requirements of Art. 401 have been complied with, and a tabular statement has been tiled as
.1 ('. Gholson, Commissioner
Spec ltd. Di.st, 2, Prec 1
Cecil Norris. Commissioner
Spec. Rd. Dist. 3, Prec. 3
Kvm V Gholston, Commissioner
Spec Rd. Dist. 4, Prec. 2
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F I) Flltson, Commissioner
Spec Rd Dist. 1, Prec 4
A. TV Barnett, County Judge, Stonewall Co Texas
Pat Mitchell Jr.. County Clerk Sallv Wright
Stonewall County, Texas Stonewall'County, Texas
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The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 10, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1967, newspaper, November 2, 1967; Aspermont, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth127974/m1/4/: accessed February 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.