The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 20, 1927 Page: 3 of 4
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We h&ve bought the
Anderson Service Station
and solicit your patronage.
. We will serve you to the best
of our ability.
T. E. HART, Prop.
$525.00 ESSAY CONTEST FOR
SCHOOL CHILDREN, from fifth to
eleventh grades. Closes Jan. 25, 1927
Write for particulars and free cata-
logue. RAMSEY'S AUSTIN NUR-
SERY, Austin, Texas.
THE ASPERMONT STSB
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AT ALL TIMES
To please our customers and give
them all the service and courtesy
expected from a well managed
We do not merely "accept" deposits but
solicit them, however small
First National Bank
H*rrj,Worrj ant! Overwork Bring
MODERN life throws a heavy
burden on our bodily ma-
chinery. The eliminative organs, es-
pecially the kidneys, are apt to be-
come sluggish. Retention of excess
uric acid and other poisonous waste
often gives rise to a dull, languid
feeling and. sometimes, toxic back-
aches and headaches. That the kid-
neys are not functioning perfectly is
often shown by burning or scanty
passage of secretions. More and
more people are learning to assist
their kidneys by the occasional use
of Doan's Pills—a stimulant diu-
retic. Ask your neighborf
j Stimulant Diuretic to the Kidney*
' P(S#tfr.Milburn Co..Mfs. Client.. Buffalo. N. Y.
There have beer. 22(1 new student,
registered in the University of Texas
| in the first few days of the u inter
term, according' to fii 1 k,.- obtained :
at tile office of the Univec.ity ale1; I
tor. For tlx1 (invent Ion;;- <• . on, >•.•
date, there have been enrollment ('<•••.
liaid by -1,056 students. As this nuni ■
tier is but little short of 5,000, it i.
theught by officials that the enroll
ment will reach that figure before
the session is over.
iSubsft'ihe for THK STAR ! 50 a year !
DICK,S TAILOR SHOP
Suits made to order
Bad titles perfected
Consolidated Abstract Co.
Office Court House.
Prifitiiml ail Inliiss
Be it known — It is ordered by
the Commissioners Court of Stone-
wall County, Texas, that Bids will
be received for a Depository for the
County and School funds of said
County for the years of 1927 and
1928, at 11 o'clock A. M., February
23, 1927 at Court House in Asper-
C. E. Brannen, County Judge.
Henry Ford was asked what he
would do if called upon to take charge
of a manufacturing business that
was failing because of excessive cost
"The first thing," he said, "would
be to see if the plant was clean. It
is i hundred to one that I would find
it dirty. If so, 1 would clean the place
from end to end before I did another
tiling. There is nothing that so de-
moralizes workmen as a dirty shop.
A dirty shop drives away good men
!| • attracts bad ones." —Exchange.
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Hi'-' firm.- calling constantly for
Hraughon-trained help. Positions
insured. Write for Catalog M today
lirauiihon's College, Abilene, Texas.
tor Coal and Ice
Hauling of all Kinds,
from the Heaviest
to li-e Lightest
A. A. AKNIS
Office over First National Baft*
A.TTOBN E'l - AT- LA W
Specialty—Examining and Per
fecting Land Titles.
OFFICE FIRST NAT'L BANK.
F. O. GIBSON
Dal'as News & the STAR $2.25
in Chevrolet Hist
A Host of Improvements and
Amazing Price Reductions
With its smartly paneled and beaded new Fisher
bodies—with its distinctive full crown one-piece fen-
ders, bullet-type lamps and "fish tail" modeling—with
its AC Oil Filter, AC air cleaner, coincidental ignition
steering Lock, remote control door handles and
■corcs of other mechanical improvements, the Most
Beautiful Chevrolet is the finest low-priced car ever
presented the American public! And offered as it is
it such amazingly reduced prices, it constitutes the
icuMuCu of Asicrics's greatest industry!
Never before has any maker of quality cars provided
such beauty, such luxury and such modern design at
such tow prices! Come in. See the Most Beautiful
Chevrolet—the outstanding triumph of the world's
kufctt and most successful builder of gearshift cars!
The T uurtng Car
The I nsula*
The Sport Cabriole*
Entirety mem iumU
tttdloou Tire* How Standard Equipment On All Mtxleli. All pricc* LoJx Flint, Mick.
Rash Chevrolet Company
QUALITY AT LOW COST
Catrdoi Helpful to South
Carolina Lady Whoie
Health Gave Way.
Mrs. Xjetha Cab*:, lis, at
Cheanee, 8. C., "dtA
much," and her "he*ii&
cave way." 8h« writes
"I took boarders and, at
she same time, worked In
the mill. Aa a result, I
tiad to stay In bed from
■overwork for elthUen
days. I had had palua . , .
1 got clear down and w a
ery much depressed.
"S had read of whera
Cartful had helped other
worntu BUfffcrfiitf wlti trou-
ble* >5lke my own. ao I
scade jp my ml ad to taka
"I seat and got a hottle,
•nd It did me ao inuck
good I took It on until i
Cot entirely well."
Oardtil ahouid also pro?*
helpful in your case. Try
It. Asi your druggist.
A Veatable Took Cj41
H F Grindslaff T. £. Kniyh
Grindstaff & Knight
JEWELRY & VICTROLAS
Watch & Jewelry
Mail Your Orders.
McMAHON JEWELRY CO.
DISTRIBUTING STANDARD BRKD
J. M. Combs, County Agent of
Montgomery County, advises .that a
poultry program has been started
through the business men's organi-
zation by which they plan tn place
25,000 baby chicks with farmers in
the (vniiity during the coming season.
Each merchant or bank is to buy one
or more thousand chicks and sell
them to the farmers at cost, taking
his note payable in six months either
in cash or pullets. When paid by pul-
lets, they will be re-sold on a like ba-
: is to other interested parties. One
advantage of this plan is that it per-
mits the farmer to use his available
cash for modern houses and equip-
ment, which is one of the require-
ments before he sells the chicks on
We wonder if business men of
Stonewall County could do this on a
smaller si ale.
STONEWALL LODGE NO. 704.
A F. & A. M
Regular meeting nights on
Thursday night on or befor* tha
full moon in each month. All
Master Masons are cordially in
vitrei to attend.
W. A. .Springer W. M.
Thus. E. Knowles Sec.
City Barber Shop
First class barber work.
Hot and cold Baths.
Hats cleaned and blocked.
Your patronage is earnestly
solicited arid greatly appreciated
W. K. *** •: ATT. PKOP
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Marking the latest spectacular a-
chievement in its history as the
world's largest builder of three-
speed transmission cars, the Chevro-
let Motor Company today, announces
the production of Its H,000,000th car.
The epoch-marking model, which
happened to be a coach, was driven
off the production line at the Flint
plant by W. S. Knudsen, president of
the Chevrolet Motor Company. The
irst passenger was C. F. Barth, vice
president in charge of production.
Finished in St. James gray Duco
and fashionably striped in Pistaehe
green, the milestone car flashed off
the production line with scarcely more
formality than attended the debut of
number 3,000,001, which followed
nine seconds later.
Immediately after the final inspec-
tion, Mr. Knudsen stepped on the
starter and the princely 3,000,000th
car purred away to give room to the
long line of sedans, coaches, road-
sters, etc., that were moving up with
•look-like precision to the final in-
Equipped with balloon tires, steel
lisc wheels, one-piece full crown feD-
ler>. bullet-type head lamps, stream-
lini beaded Fisher body and other
improvements incorporated this year,
th< coach displayed a distinct ad-
vance over it^ most illustrious pre-
lecessor, the 2,000,000th Chevrolet.
The 2,000,000th model was built af-
ter 14 years of production and the
000,000 only 1-1 months later, an in-
lication of the rapid growth of the
company, which now has production
facilities prepared to build 1,000,000
units a year. Commenting on the a-
chievement, Mr. Knudsen declared
that the Chevrolet Motor Company
was grateful for the ever increasing
public confidence in the company and
its product, which made the feat pos-
"We are entering on what promis-
es to be again our greatest year," he
said, "and with a greatly improved
product, I am sure that the motoring
public will demand the 4,000,000th
Chevrolet before 1928 is many week*
VIEN'D is someone who know
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The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 20, 1927, newspaper, January 20, 1927; Aspermont, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth200215/m1/3/: accessed August 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.