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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 February 1908

■V S. W. THOM AS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, Feb. 13,1908. The Cowboy State Bank directors: J. D. Davit, Pres. R. e Kloepper J. ftcsterfeld, 1st V. P. F. H. Parker Arioa B. Davis, 2n,f V. P. H. Leonards A. P. Kelley. Am% Cash. A. e. Leavitt W. B. Ferre!, Sec. ROTAN. - - TEXAS. 'i A. M. Ferguson. In this issue we present for your cootsideration fhe name of A. M. Ferguson .as a candidate for cotinty treasurer. Mr. Fer- guson is virtually a stranger to as, but has been a resident of Stonewall for years and is prob- ably well known to the people, lie promises if elected to do his utmost to serve the people in a sotisyfactory way. Being a man without family, he is now resid- ing with J. M. Sedberry in the so^th part of the/ county. We would ask you to carefully in- vestigate his claims and qualifica- tions. J. W. Carroll. Jas. W. Garroll comes before the people this week as a candi- date for public weigher. He is at present working in the cotton yar...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 February 1908

V / Kp8á^\í^V r GENERAL DIRECTORY. -*r District Officers. Callen C. Higgins, Judge, Jno. D. Hopson, Attorney, R. S. TiUotson, Clerk. District Court meets 11th Monday «iter the 1st Monday in February and August. County Officers. w.j. Arlington, Judge, II 8. Tillotson,. Clerk, R. D. Senter, Sheriff and Col'r, J. M. V. Bulloch, Treasurer, 3. R. Dickey, Attorney, H. H. Hill, Assessor, Ira Dickey, Surveyor. County Court meets the 1st Monday in January, April, July and October. Commissioners. B: R. Buchanan, Precinct No. 1, C. B. Robertson, " " 2, J. W. McMeans, " " 3, W.Y.Kennedy, " " 4 J. B. Storey, J.P., Precinct No. 11 Churches. Baptist:—Services 2nd and 4th Sun-J day in each month, Rev. A. T. Ford,' pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Prayer meeting every Thursday night. Methodist:—Service's 1st, 3rd ¿nd 4th Sunday in each month. Rev. J L. .Hollers,/ pastor— Sunday School 10 a. m; Prayer meeting every Wed- day night. .. Widows' Pension Bill Passed. Washington, Feb. 3.—Under suspension of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 February 1908

LOCALS AND FEKSONALS W. D. Holland came in from Dublin Tuesday. Candidate cards at the Star •ffice. Bass prescription 3363 relieves pain. Mrs. J. W. Forgus is on the sick list this week. Wanted—Fat hogs at Crume Riddel's market. J. H. Hahn and daughter were in from Brazos Valiey Saturday. Bass' 3363 is a specific for colds and lagrippe, guaranteed. E. F. Gibson and lady were in from Mattie community Mon- day. Bass' Colic and Diarrhoea rem- edy hits the spot when others fail. Try it. N. G. Rollins left Tuesday for the eastern markets to purchase dry goods. — A good cook stove for sale at Tom's Cafe; good as new—cheap for cash. tf Rotan voted to incorporate and an election to seledt officers has been ordered. DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is especially good for piles. Sold by Will Marr. Thos. M^ Long's new residence in Keen addition is nearing com- pletion. Fresh Oysters . and Trout at Tom's Cafe every Friday and Saturday. tf The young people were enter- tained at the residenc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 February 1908

1 - / *.-J. xr.\ x . "v & ss' r- *-'"V: *«;•; h):; V.,- ' %r ' "/ • t:.t 1-.4: JOHNSON—CRÁDDOÍSK LAND TITLE COMPANY We own and control the only ab- stráct of Stonewall county. We are ready^and equipped for prompt and accurate work. Deed writing given special attention. Notary Public al- ways in office. Special price on large tracts of land. —Office in Carroll Building— Yellow Front. 'We Protect Your Interest." Aspermont, Texas iWYNN & CO GENERAL FEED STORE Corn, Oats, Chops, Bran and all kinds of feed kept in Stock. East Side of the Square ASPERMONT, TEXAS. NEW MEAT MARKET Cast Side of Square i Fresh Beef, Pork, Sausage, Lard, Etc. Everything New and Up-To-Date. CRUME RIDDEL Aspermont, Texas : Bookkeeping in THREE _ . .. months than others can in convince y.ou that.Drarfphon's Colleges'f SIX, and that Draughon's their SUPERIOR and COPY"- Colleges teach only_the* {CUT FfllF Booklet entitled "Draugh- rntu oiTs Eve ¡Opener." It. will| can,''by their SUPERIOR ¡ RIGHTED methods, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 February 1908

. %. . «V . * . *. í v : ' ¿ J / V E* TFK '• C or •311 cier reci tim r «nt Sat 20« for tioi tur «te mi* 9 th« SO H bu ve «ai fu js ar tb « 3 7' t* t: s; í «¡ Ü ti .. •jfe-vasajr • /JyTi"- .M * ■aBap tfJÍ|§b .%■ wTéTlT(.ToTi*iIe WELCOME 1908 W E THANK the people for their generous patron- age during the year 1907, and solicit your business for the New Year. ThePlantbehind the Suif -V $ m m B&B S .¿JÉ DON'T FORGET OUR CELEBRATED SCHWAB'S CLOTHING "ThePfcntbehind the Suif WE CARRY in stock in all our departments the best goods to be found in the market and will be glad to serve you when in need of v Dry Goods and Groceries Hardware, Implements Buggies, Hacks, Wagons and Binders ft. W. SPRINGER & m WlE'LlCTOTmlE ' : Téxas Rifle* Balls. To be popular is one of the worst things that can happen.. .to any young person.—Italy News- Herald. If you can not be a better citi- zen than you were last year try, at least, to, be no worse.—Temple Telegram. If men would only remember that doin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 February 1908

fe r t 1i r PROFESSIONAL. sooooooooo xx>cooccx T.|.|«6mm(.MO 9. C. Carrlngton.il O Birthday Party. Don't fail to attend the Birth- # day party to be givenby *hel>a« Irs. IcCamaDt 4 Carrington dies Aid Society at the court house Friday night. If you did not get an invitation it was an oversight in the commitee, as they want everybody to come. A grand time is awaiting those who attend and if you fail to at- tend you will not get your share of it. zox [OK Physicians and Surgeons Surf leal Work a Specialty OFFICE:—Will Marr's Drug Store Wm. Jordan. M. D. Wallaca Wilcox. M. D. JORDAN & WILCOX, Physicians. Office at Joe Tanners í)rug Store ASPERMONT, - TEXAS. A. A. ANN!S, ... Dentist... Ofiice over M. & P. Bank. Aspermont, Texas Ernest Herring Lawyer and Abstracter Office Rooms 3 and 4 Over Rollins' Store. Aspermont, Texas. R. M. REED Lawyer an i Abstracter. « Abstracts of Tit.e Furnished on Short Notice to any Land in Stoaewall Co. Office up-stairs Lee Building ASPBRMONT, T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 February 1908

A FOR QUICK MONEY \r I have for sale 3 sections of land 12 miles west of Aspermont, at a bargain. Home section has two sets of im- provements; one '5 room house with 2 cisterns and one well. Oth- er 3 room house with gallery, cis- tern and well; about 150 acres in cultivation. Nearly all tillable land. Price $12.50 per acre on whole section, or will cut into 160 acre tracts and sell according to im- provements. Want one-third cash, balance on easy terms. - - - ¿Two sections with 2 room house, barn and lots, plenty of water; about 350 or 400 acres tillable land, 60 acres, in cultivation. Price $6.00 per acre; same terms as above. * Í am anxious to sell this land and it will; pay you tc^|ee me,' as T will makespecialterms on it. Gorne and see or -phone; me; have -) in r^áencé%- - - - ■ u S. C. 12 Miles West of Aspermont. A Chartered Institution of the highest grade. We confer degrees upon our graduates and give them a diploma that will be honored by any institution ill America. Notes ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 February 1908

V £¿& í í + í i £ /- —-¿y- rÁ \~ "s'ü HIS IS To notify those who know them- selves to be in- debted to us to come in and set- tle up at once. Those who can't pay the money give us notes to cover their ac- counts* :::::::: Soliciting uour future business. We remain Yours to Please FILLINGIM & CO. Aspermont, Texas What Makes Bad Boys Bad. Our.fathers and garndfathers bad much wisdom, and if we should study the old adages more we would be wiser ourselves. It has been long said that an idle brain is the devil's workshop, that the boy and girl are no bet- ter than their constant compan- ions, and we give below a clipping from an exchange that illustrates both of these saws. According to the story a Dakota woman a few years ago wrote to a Chicago judge that she wanted him to send her a real bad boy. She had no children, lived pn a ranch, and had plenty of money and was just hurting to reform a real bad boy and make a man of him. The judge did as requested. He had no trouble in loc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 February 1908

■ ss S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, Feb. 27,1908. * ' -• J . p . .♦ fpQgg1^;: 'J '" - ^ - ^ it. Vol. 10, No. The Cowboy State Bank directors: 1 J. D. Davis, Pica. R. e Ktoepper J. Wetterfeld, 1st V. P. F. H. Parker Artoa B. Davis, M V. P. 0. Leonards A. P. KaHcjr. A. E. Lcavitt W. B. Ferrel, See. ROTAN. TEXAS. Mrs. S. R. Lanier Dead. Mrs. Nona Duke Lanier, wife of S. R. Lanier, died Thursday February 20th, at W^ter Valley, Texas, where she had been for sometime in the hopes of re- gaining her health, and for a time it was thought she would be restored to her former good health, but she contracted a se- vere case of lagrippe' which has- tened her death. Mrs. Lanier, formerly Miss Nona Duke, was reared in this county and had a host of friends and admirers, in fact she made friends of all with whom she came in contact. At the time of her death she was 26 years, 9 months and 23 days old. She leaves a husband and a sweet little girl seven ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 February 1908

w< - *^1 JOHNSON—CRADDOCK LAND TITLE COMPANY We own and control the only ab- ■m. st ract of Stonewall county. We are ready and equipped for prompt and accurate work. • Deed writing given special attention. Notary Public al- ways in office. Special price on large tracts of land. —Opfic'ktn Carroll Building— Ykllow Front. STAR. Publi«ti«iil fitrsry thlir aay S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. •3ut> crlptloria 91 A Year. harrison telephone number í3 We Protect Your Interest." Aspermont, Texas Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. wynn & GO- GENERAL FEED K'-* , Corri, Oats, Chops,? Bran and ••• - ■> V ^ - •-£ -* w '** álf kJnds;©f feet! kept" irt- Stdfckr bast t:,w: Publish the Laws. .< Why not insist on our repre- sentatives to endeavor to pass a law requiring that the legislature have all laws of Texas published i in some paper in each county in the State? This isa very im- portant item,, as many times our people violate some simple law...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 February 1908

■ S. WILLIAMS & GO., Of Rule, Texas, have Opened up a General f GRAIN & FEED STORE T and have Feed Stuff in A, any Quantity. Also . . I FLOUR, OILS and COAL fj. U. FRAZIER M2£f ASPERMONT, TEXAS. I .TRY™ KEEN'S MEAT MARKET :FO R: ; J ■ - i . ■> : FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS. AND HOME-MADE LARD. I will appreciate your patronage and give value received lor your money. [J. E. Keen, < Proprietor,; I ASPERMONT, L mmniiirii ■.TEXAS. Slamming Grand Old Texas. Mr. Onion is a candidate for office down in Texas, and very likely he scents victory from a- far.—Bridgeport (Conn.) Post. John W. Gates says in New York that he resides in Texas. Guess what the Texas assessors will do when they hear of it.— New Orleans Item. A Texas exchange says there are "trained biting snakes" in Georgia—so much a bite, and so much a gallon for the remedy.— Atlanta Constitution. "Intangible assets tax suits" are being prosecuted in Texas by the assistant attorney general. Hot air assets, in other words.—...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 February 1908

PROFESSIONAL. xc<x>ooocco<xx>o<xx>cooooooc>; T. J. McCamant, M D O. C. Carrington, M D Drs. McCamant & Carrington Physicians and Surgeons Surgical Work a Specialty . OFFICE:—Will Marr's Drug Store Wm. Jordan, M. D. Wallace Wilcox, M. D. JORDAN & WILCOX, Physicians. Office at Joe Tanners Drug Store ASPERMOMT, - TEXAS. A. A. ANN IS, ... Dentist... Office over M. & P. Bank. Aspermont, Texas Ernest Herring Lawyer and Abstracter Office Rooms 3 and 4 Over Rollins' Store. Aspermont, Texas. R. M. REED Lawyer and Abstracter. Abstracts of Title Furnished on Short Notice to any Land in Stonewall Co. Office up-stairs Lee Building ASPERMONT, TEXAS. M. A. Brown F. R. AllisoA Brown & Allison Lawyers Will practice in all Courts of the 39th Judicial District, the Appellate Courts of Texas and The Federal Courts, tsxsmination of Latid titles a Specialty Written Opinions given on request. Aspermont, Texas. W. J. ARRINGTON Lawyer and Abstracter, Land Titles Carefull...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 February 1908

LOCALS AND PERSONALS) Bass prescription 3363 relieves Fresh home-made lard at J. E. Keen's meat market. D. S. Cullum was over from Stamford the first of the week. pain. W. C. Newton and T. T. Ginn were in from Mattie Saturday. Wanted—Fat hogs at Crume Riddel's market. Judge J. W. Arrington made a taip to Rob}' the first of the week. Bass' 3363 is a specific for colds and lagrippe, guaranteed. D. R Couch left Monday after- noon for Robj- to attend district court. Miss Mattie Johnson was over from Stamford and spent Sun- day with home folks. Bass' Colic and Diarrhoea rem- edy hits the spot when others fail. Try it. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rollins on the morning of the 26 a baby boy. Mrs. Clint Kelley and Miss Barbara Cobb were in from Mat- tie community Wednesda\T. A good cook stove for sale at Tom's Cafe; good as new—cheap for cash. tf Miss Maggie Johnson went to Hamlin Saturday to meet her sister, Mattie. S. B. Goodrich and lady were trading in town Tuesday from Oriana. DeWitt's...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 February 1908

fí f ' GENERAL DIRECTORY. . v District Officers. Cuiten C. Higiñns, Judge, Jno. D Hopson, Attorney, R. tí. riUotso , Clerk. District Court meets 11th Monday after the 1st Monday in February and August. County Officers. Arrington, Judge, «. o. Tillntmiti, Clerk, R. U Center, Kherifl and Col'r, J. M V Bulloeh. Treasurer, tí. K. Dickey, Attorney, H. H Hill, Assessor, Ira Dickey, Hurveyor Couuty Court meets the 1st \ionday In January, April. Jul\ and October. Commissioners. B: R. Buchanan. Precinct No 1. C. B Robertson " " 2, J. W. McMeans, " " 3, W. Y. Kennedy. " " 4 J. B. títorey, J. P., Precinct No. 1. Churches. Baptist:—Services 2nd and 4th Sun- day in each month Kev A. T Ford, pastor. Sunday -chool 10 a. m. Prayer meeting every Thursday night Methodist:-Services 1st, ;'.rd and 4th Sunday in each month. Kev. J Li. Hollers, pastor. Sunday -chool 10 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed- duy night. Father's Skin Used For Sons. New York, Feb. 17.—Warren L. Dawbarn a Princeton student and athl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 February 1908

, •• ' • "¿y 'fj -r—- A. W. SPRINGER & CO, IN: GENERAL MERCHANDISE €1 && The best of everythl ig wm carried In a general mer business can be found; S our lm - " ? •- Call and Inspect our stock* f# «lili- # masts* •etnoi£f&- ■ ■ zesa ThePI&níbehind the Swí DON'T FORGET OUR 1 ■* • .m'' /•% • %'•** s'* a ••• &y:.^ .y>; ;Vv * vi"; i.v ^ .3 i • s k *• v SCHWAB'S CLOTHING IhePlantbehind the Suif emvqu- ™ M** f/7^ M WE CARRY in stock in all our departments the best ¿odds to be found in the market and will be glad to serve you when in need of Dry Goods and Groceries Hardware, Implements Buggies, Hacks, Wagons and Binders ft. W. SPRINGER & CO. favorite. Mrs. E. D. Charles, of Harbor, Maine, speaking of Electria Bit- ters, says: "It is a neighborhood favorite here with us." It de- serves to be a favorite every- where^ It gives quick relief in dyspepsia, liver complaint, kid- ney derangement, malnutrition, nervousness, weakness and gen- eral debility. Its action ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 February 1908

i ♦ i 4 To notify those who know them- selves to be in- debted to us to come in and set- tle up at once. Those who can't pay the money give us notes to cover their ac- counts. :::: • • • Soliciting your future business, We remain Yours to Please A. T. FILLINGIM & CO. Aspermont, Texas :/X' 4JL ^ ¿í y—-fry fry—-frr—-fr HSSSSS ...WE ASK YOU... To examine our statement of condition......... People who intrust their money to a bank should know something of its financial strength. The annexed state- ment speaks for itself—on its strength we solicit your bus- iness.. "THE OLD RELIABLE" «The.. FIRST NATIONAL «BANK., of Aspermont No. 5786. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF The First National Bank OF ASPERMONT. at Aspermont, in the State of Texas, at the close of business. Feb. 14, 1908. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts 9 68,009.71 Overdrafts, secured and un- secured 4,587.12 U. S. Bonds to secure cir- culation t 7,500.00 Banking house, furniture, and fixtures 2,800.00 Due from National Banks (not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 March 1908

■Á. The Aspermont St S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, Mar. 5,1908. Vol. The Cowboy State Bank directors: J. D. Davis, Pres. R. E. Kloepper J. Westerfeld, 1st V. P. F. H. Parker Ario o B. Davis, 2nd V. P. H. Leonards A. P. Kelley. Asst. Cash. A. E. Leavitt W. B. Ferrel, Sec. rotan. - texas. 5 Mrs. Nancy Johnson. Mrs. Nancy Johnson died at her home in Guthrie, King-, Co. Texas, Wednesday Feb. .2(>th, a- bout 9 o'clock a. m., aged 76 years. Deceased was a mother of two of our leading citizens, Messrs. George and John Martin. She came to Texas, in 1842 and was married to Mr. Martin at the age of 20 years. To them was born six children. In later years she was married to Mr. Johnson and to them was born one child. She was a christian from early life. "Blessed are they that die in the Lord, for verily they do rest from their labors." Her remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground at Mr. Geo. Gilkerson's near Gat- ling, on Feb. 2...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 March 1908

JOHNSON-CRADDOCK LAND TITLE COMPANY We own and control the only ab- stract of Stonewall county. We are ready and equipped for prompt and accurate work. Deed writing given special attention. Notary Public al- ways in office. Special price on large tracts of land. —Office in Carroll Building- Yellow Front. 'We Protect Your Interest." Aspermont, Texas WYNN & CO GENERAL FEED STORE Corn, Oats, Chops, Bran and all kinds of feed kept in Stock. Bast Side of the Square ASPERMONT, TEXAS. NEW MEAT MARKET East Side of Square Fresh Beef, Pork, Saüsage, Lard, Etc. Everything New and Up-To-Date. CRUME RIDDEL Aspermont, - Texas VCMT FRk'F Booklet entitled "Drangh- | rnCC on's Eye Opener.'' It will convince you that Draughon's Colleges can, ""by tneir SUPERIOR and COPY- RIGHTED methods, teach you more Bookkeeping in THREE months than others can in SIX, and that Draughon's Colleges teach only the = BEST systems of SHORTHAND. PRACTICAL BUSINESS $300,000.00 capital; 2S Colleges in 16 States; J7 yea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 March 1908

Vi ?•*'. ' ¿c- BS:: LOCALS AND PERSONALS W. E. Barrow was in from his ranch Monday. Bass prescription 3363 relieves pain. H. Hurst was in from Brszos Valle y Monday. Wanted—Fat hogs at Crume Riddel's market. A. W. Springer made a business trip to Stamford this week. Bass' 3363 is a specific for colds and lagrippe, guaranteed. Dr. T. J. McCamant has gone to Plainview on professional bus- iness, Bass' Colic and Diarrhoea rem- edj- hits the spot when others fail. Try it. Matt Osb^rn is having a new residence built in east part of town. Get DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve—it is good for piles. Sold by Will Marr. S. L. Pierce and lady passed through town Tuesday return- ing from Rule. DeWitt's Little Early Risers, small, safe, sure little liver pills. Sold by Will Marr. J. C. Martin, an ex-Stonewall cijtizen, was down from Jayton Tuesday. Fresh Oysters and Trout at Tom's Cafe every Friday and Saturday. tf Fred Senter is having his house painted which will add greatly to the appeara...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 March 1908

GENERAL DIRECTORY. District Officers. Cullen C. Higgins, Judgte, Jno. D. Hopson, Attorney, R. 8. TiUotson, ... Clerk District Court meets 11th Monday altar the 1st Monday in February and August. County Officers. W, J. Arrington, Judge, jl«. 3. Tillotson, Clerk, R. D. Senter, Sheriff and Col'r, J. M. V. Bulloch, Treasurer, S. R. Dickey, Attorney, H. H. Hill, Assessor, Ira Dickey, Surveyor County Court meets the 1st Monday in January, April, July and October. Commissioners. B: R. Buchanan, Precinct No 1. C. B. Robertson, " " 2, J. W. McMeans, " " 3, W.Y.Kennedy, " " 4 J. B. Storey, J.P., Precinct No. 1. Churches. Baptist:—Services 2nd and 4th Sun- day in each month Rev. A. T. Ford,' pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Prayer meeting every Thursday night Methodist:—Services 1st, 3rd and 4th Sunday in each month. Rev. J JL. Hollers, pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed- day night. Secret Societies. A. F. A A. M,, Stonewall Lodge No. 704. Meets 1st Saturday night on or befo...

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