The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1937 Page: 3 of 4
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JUSD AY, FEBRUARY 11, 1937
THE ASPERMONT STAB
PEACOCK H-D CLUB
Peaeock H-D club met Febru-
ary! fth in the home of Mrs. Belle
Hfss Jean Day, Home Demonstra-
.i,, /Agent, gave a talk on making
beds. A KPr'nK cover was shown, also
iiiatM-ss cover and pillow covers.
M*ruary 20, was set for an all
, . -* mattress making at Mrs. Willie
M iss D^y also stressed very
stro igly* the importance 0f making
and 'foilowing a daily meal plan.
•*t sipbers present were Mrs. Belle
Lawrence, Mrs. 11. W. Earl, Mrs.
Wlillte Smith, Mrs. Alta Tarpli y, M .
Clint McM llan, Mrs. Hazel Owens,
and Mrs. W. H. Wood.
Lets Talk ab^Cloth&s
A t&S'dlb THUS STATU OOLL-" K
READ THE STAR ADS.
A course of 20 adjustments will
be given for $15.00 during month
of February. Remember health
pays big dividends, so don't fail to
take advantage of this opportunity
Chiropractic Health Service
Dr. E. N EFP
322 10. Hamilton Stamford. Texas
Beige haa staged one of the most
exciting and successful revivals of
fashion. Beige clothes fill shop win-
dows and cause more furor than a
new hat. Beige suits, stunning two-
piece wool outfits t0 wear under a
black Persian lamb fur coat with tel-
ling distinction, slim dresses with
demure hi/.h necklines, and swagger
coats +o wear over straight line black
wool dresses are a few of the new
It'c a warm magically flattering
beige, honey beige' to lie
xact:. The wools are soft, feminine
miuI smooth, and the clothes are flaw
k.'ss. Dull black ball buttons fasten
the prim frout of a beige jacket
Mouse top to a skimpy straight skin,
and a dull black silk ascot muffles the
Another beige wool one piece dies
'.at is a favorite with girls at Texas
State College for Women, (CIA), has
une of those tricky swathed necklint
short sleeves, a pencil straight skirt,
and not a sign of plait, tuck, or trim-
mine'. This makes an ideal dress for
daytme to wear with dark accesso-
ries for fur or wool coats.
1'eiee dramatized with black is a
knockout! You can buy beige fitted
jacket3 with black wool skirts, and
you will find swagger coat of beige
■vool with chevon shaped pockets out-
lined with a black zipper, the zipper ! of Stonewall.
the state of texas, County
ending iln coal black wool tassels.
You'll find beige topcoats that end
a. ihe kneeline, or short and smartly
igher coats that end at the thigh
made with braided edges or tuxedo
collar, cuffs and pockets. Thes
lined with black silk, and
wear them with anything.
Of Texas Highway
BY VIRTUE of a certain execution
issued out of the Honorable Justice
Court of Stonewall County, on the
16th day of January, 1987, by E. B.
1* eatherston, Justice of said court
e are against Orlando Mayfield for the sum
you can of Thirty Three and 55 100 ($.'33.551,
Dollara and cost of suil, in cause No.
476 in said Court, styled H. F. Grind-
staff versus Orlando Mayfield, and
placed in my hands for service 1, P.
arr, Constable Prec. No. 1, Stone
wal|i County, Texas, did, on the 16th
day of January, 1987, levy on curtail'
Real instate, situated in Stonewall
mnty, described ag follows, to-wit:
j All of north °f Block No. 25, in
FOR TAILOR WORK
Kipling (Short) Brannen, an experienced
tailor, is now here to help-us sec /<- x on. \ our
trade will be heartily appreciated,
One Day Service - - ('all For and Deliver
Sealed proposals for constructing
0.6.18 miles of Salt Fork of th
Brazos River Bridge and Approaches
Located about 15 miles west of As- Addition No. 3 of the City of Asper
permont on Highway No. 18, covered
Regular Federal Aid Project No.
I'il-K in Stonewall County, will be
received at the State Highway De-
•artment, Austin, Texas, until 9:00
A. M., Feb. 25, 1037, and then pub-
JfHkHKCI** Effc •« £ K
Sure you'll be satisfied. A
deliciously cooked foods on
and at a moderate price.
making1 satisfied custome
quantity of fine
every dinner -
Our business is
P .. 1|
When you paint floors, choose a
that can take heel-and-toe pounding. Choose Florhlde
enamel. Give? a touqh, elastic tinish. Resists dirt,
oil, water, weau.^r- great for exterior as wfll as in-
terior floors. Quick-drying, too. 10 proctlr^al colors.
ial floor paint
i l.v opened and read.
'ihe attention of the bidders is di-
rected to the special provisions cov-
ins, subletting- or assigning the con-
tract, ihc. selection of labor, and
hours and condition.; of employ men .
Except as otherwise specified the
minimum wages paid to all laborers
workmen or mechanics employed on
this contract shall be Seventy-Five
( 15c) Cents per hour for "Skilled
abor", Forty-Five (45c) Cents per
iour for "Intermediate (irade I ,a-
)or", and Thirty (30c) Cents per
hour for "Unskilled Labor".
Attention is directed to the special
provisions, included in the proposal
0 imsure complianc with the re-
quirement of House Bill Xo. 54 oV
-lie Forty-Third Legislature of the
.- tale of Texas.
Type of * Prevailing Prevailin -
1 aborer, Minimum Minimum
vVorkman, Per Diem Hourly
or Mechanic Wage (Based Wage
on an Eight
(8) Hour Work-
j .Skilled l.abor .-> (i.OO
j Grade Labor 3.60
' Unskilled Labor 2.40
For the classification of particular
positions under the above types of
aooiers, Workmen, or Mechanic. .
the • ie(|uired Special Provisions.
ill above prevailing mininiot.i
,.rates snail govern on this con-
I'lU. i. Ovei time and legal holiday
i is shall be paid for at the regular
• -.ciiiii . rates.
A local employment agency Coin
. iiic 1. ihe Contractor shall obtain
. (.loyment list wilt be designated
prior to the award of contract. Plans
ami specifications available at the
office ol W. A. French, Division En-
gineer, Abilene, Texas, and State
Highway Department, Austin. Usual
mont, Stonewall County. Texas, and
levied upon as the property of said
Orlando Mayfield, And on Tuesday,
the 2nd day of March, 1037 at the
< ourt House door of Stonewall Coun-
y, iri the Town of Aspermont, Texas,
between tile hours of ten A. M. and
four P. M. 1 will sell said N. Vi
.itocic 25 of Addition 3 at public ven-
due, for cash, to the highest bidder,
as the property of said Orlando -May-
i■"L1 by virtue of said levy and said
And in compliance with law, i give
tins notice by publication, in the En-
li- h language, once a week tor three
onsecutive weeks immediately pre
• ding said day of sale, iu the Asper-
mont Star, a newspaper published in
WITNESS my hand, this 16th day
i Jan. 1937.
P. C. Carr,
Constable Prec. No. 1,
Stonewall County, Texas
Four-year-old mare, good cultiva-
tor and good 2-wheel trailor. Will
J- E. McEWEN,
8 miles south of Aspermont,
On Hart place.
READ THE STAR ADS. i
Let ihe Star do your Job Printing.
One *o8e of AOLJ5BUCA
action, yet entirely gentle
STAR DRUG STORE
Specials for the Week End
BRAN FLAKES, 40" Bran —
3 for 25c
2 lb. Box COCOA, each -
PEACHES, No. 2% can
— 2 cans 29c
Washburn's Pan-Cake FLOUR
1 Quart Jar 33c
1 Pint -Tar 23c
When you want anything
hardware, go to
Chas. F. Gibson Store.
Campbell's TOMATO JUICE
T< >MAT( i CATSUP, 2 bottles
K. C. BAKING POWDER, 50 oz.
10 lb. can PRUNES^
- 3 for
We can still sell you the
BEST FLOUR, 48 lbs, for -
W. P. GUEST
iOU ARE DUE GOOD
Wipe out its aged appearance. Small in-
vestments for paint and repairs pay big divi-
dends in the protection, appearance and
value of your home.
R. B. Spencer & Co.
Everything To Build Anything"
!ut you cannot enjoy these 'hiiigs
you have allowed your system to
• to such an extent that you,, bow-
and liver do not function proper
causing you to suffer with head-
.•lies., loss of sleep, backache, coated
tongue, bad breath, rheumatic pains,
il!iousness and gas pains brought on
by inactive clogged bowel organs.
a: a tone is an efficient stimulant
• or increasing the flow of bile, l.aga-
one also stimulates live,, action, re-
lieving billious.ncss, worn out feeling
; , (I sick headache caused thereby,
ugatone acts on bowels as a laxn-
ar.d helps clear out old decayed
rood waste. Lagatone is a compound
,.f seveial ingredients. Thus Laga
one is like several medicines i the
. air.e compound. No wonder people
begin to inform us of the good re
ults they are receiving after using it
: short time. If your system is lag-
ging and run down, your food disa
grees with you, if you are tired and
luggish and lacking in energy
Lagatone will clean accumlatec
•poisons out of v°ur system an<l rP"
store your vitality, your appetite and
i your good health. Go to your drug-
| gist today and buy a box of Lagatone
and if after you have followed direc-
tions, written 011 the box, lor ten
days, you are not pleased with the
results and if you do not feel new
pep and energy, go hac^ for your
money. Price, 1 box 36 capsules $1:
(i boxes $5. Lagatone is on sa'e w'Ll'
Geo. c. Kenady's Drug in Aspermont.
Please do not accept a substitute for
Lagatone, for your own good. "Never
1 >et Your System Lag."
fABM MACHINES /
The manifolding arrangementof the new F-12, F-20, and F-30,
makes it possible to burn Kerosene or No. 1 Furnace distillate
more satisfactory than any tractor being offered for sale to day.
This does not affect the efficiency of these tractors when burn-
ing gasoline. The combination manifold gives a hot manifold for
burning the cheaper fuel and a cold manifold for gasoline. The
change can be made from the driver's seat without stopping the
Tiiere is no cultivating type tractor being sold that will burn No.
2 or No. 3 distillate satisfactorily.lt takes a Deisel engine to burn
tins lower grade of fuel. AND NO CULTIVATING TYPE TRAC-
iOR BEING SOLD TO DAY HAS ANY FEATURES OF THE
DEiSEL TRACTOR. The International Havester Co. is building
the ONLY wheel type Deisel tractor. It is the new WD 40, being
built for the grain farmer.
WE CAN BURN ANY FUEL THAT ANY OTHER CULTI-
VATING TYPE TRACTOR CAN BURN, MORE SATISFACTOR-
ILY AND EFFICIENTLY THAN THEY.
OUR NEW i -20. with the increased power package, developes
more drawbar horse power, in every gear, than ANY OTHER
ri Rxv. TOR in the price class, regardless ol claims to the con-
trary. W e are ready to prove this statement to you on your farm.
We do not have our price boosted in order to give you more for
your iradc-in, But we guarantee to give you more for your dollars
than any one else is able to do. The difference that you will owe is
what you are interested in anyway. Any time any one offers you
an excessive price for your trade-in he either has his price boosted
or is onering vou inferior product. EXPECT TO BE CHEAT-
ED IF YOU TRY VO GET SOMETHING FOR NOTHING.
LET liS DEMONSTRATE FOR YOU ON YOUR OWN FARM,
BEFORE YOU BUY.
Matthews 1 ruck & Iractor Co.
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Hudspeth, Hylton F. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 31, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 11, 1937, newspaper, February 11, 1937; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth200322/m1/3/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.