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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 July 1908

S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, July fl, 1908. fv j PEACOCK PICNIC GRAND SUCCESS j The People Turn Out Enmasse and Spend a Delightful Day With Friends. Bright and early on the morn- ing of the 4th people could be seen wending their way from every direction to one Common point, and that point was Peacock, the place designated by the citizens of Double Mountain and Oriana communities as a pleasuse resort on July 4th. They came from every point of the compass, both far and near, and one was made to remark "where do all these people live," surely not in Stonewall county, where a few short years ago there'was nothing to be heard j but the lowing of cattle and the howl of the lonely coyote. But thej* were there and were there ^or a good time, which the people of Stonewall never fail to have when they are congregated to- gether on an occasion of this kind. When dinner was announced it was soon seen that the good ladies bad not been idle, for ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 July 1908

0000 & * W'"^ ' >*• Pfef _ -" , ~'S'-'-:: z'ñ/ V ' ats? Esf' i-I#': THE ASPERMONT STAR. Publl h*d Every Thursday S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. Subscription. A Year. harrison telephone number 13 Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. The glorious Fourth has come and "went" and the world seems just the same to us in Stonewall. A vote for W. R. Smith for Congress is as bread cast upon the waters. It will return in due time an hundred fold. Smith is a gentleman of the highest type. 4,If there is one time more than another," says an experienced married man, "when a woman should be left alone, it is when a line of clothes comes down in the mud." The court house bond issue carried in Jones county by a small majority, the vote stand- ing 675 for and 626 against. Stamford the town of4'get there" rolled up a big majority for the proposition. Crop prospects were never better in Stonewall county than at present. Those who thought corn badly damaged ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 July 1908

JOHNSON-GRflDDOGK LAND TITLE If You want to make a Loan on Your Land get Johnson to make Your -tm Best The World Affords. 4'It gives me unbounded pleas- ur e to recommend Bucklen's Ar- nica Salve," says J. W. Jenkins, of Chapel Hill, N. C. "I am con- vinced it's the best salve the world affords. It cured a felon on my thumb, and it never fails to heal everv sore, burn or wound to which it is applied. 25c. at Will Marr's drug store. Mrs. W. P. Guest and child- ren, Emma and Clements, and Miss Annie Ford left Monday for Thurber in response to a message stating that T. W. Jordan, father of Mrs. Guest, was very sick. We trust Mr. Jordan's illness is not as serious as reported and that they may find him much improved. Evangelist Wm. Green of Cisco, began a protracted meet- ing at the Presbyterian church Tuesday night. He is assisted in the meeting by his son, Chester, Miss Ervin and Mr. Shell, who are fine singers. Come out and hear them. Wanted. About 200 mesquite posts, peeled, 7 feet ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 July 1908

-Pt&l , "H*. : m == 'asís . INgi . ♦ :| j I I fo. ¡ftS"- {S'VV A i ÍENERAL DIRECTORY. District Officers. Cullen C. Higgins, Judge, Jno. D. Hopsou, Attorney, R. 8. Tillotson, Clerk. District Court meets 11th Monday after the 1st Monday in February and August. County Officers. W J. Arrington, Judge, R. 3. Tillotson, Clerk, 8. R. Lanier, Sheriff and Col'r, J. M. V. Bulloch, Treasurer, 8. 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, " " B, W. Y. Kennedy, - *' " i 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 L. Hollers, pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed- day night. Secret Societies. A....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 July 1908

, —rrr— ' }-i0;k ■ W ' ,. ■ ¡V Í I ] m - SfMf % I Wm. Jennings Bryan's Friend Under the heading "Martinez on the Honor Roll at Denver'' the El Paso Evening News of June 22nd contains the following item of news: Felix Martinez left last night for Trinidad, Colo., where he will spend some time before at- tending'the national convention at Denver. Mr. Martinez has been honored With á seat on the platform during the deliberations of the convention. Before leaving he said that Mr. Bryan's nomination for the presidency is assured be- yond ail}' possible doubt. The local man is an enthusiastic Bryan supporter and regards the at- tempts of certain elements of the party to place Gov. Johnson or other candidates in the field as inspirations from /Wall street that bode danger to the Democ- racy. This item of news must be correct because it is published in the one El Paso paper that sup- ports Mr. Cunningham. Mr. Martinez is a friend and supporter of Congressman W. R. Smith and Mr. Cunningham s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 July 1908

•% xg uw.-: " '-t í ' I PROFESSIONAL. XCOOOO(>SC<>C>OCOOO<XX>OOCOOCí T. J. McCamant. MD O. C. Carrln*tan. IID Drs. McCamant & Carrington Physicians and Surgeons Surf leal Work a Specialty OFFICE:—Will Marr's Drug Store Wm. Jordan. Ml. D. Wallaea Wilcox. M. D. JORDAN & WILCOX, Physicians. Office at Joe Tanners Drug Store ASPERMONT, - TEXAS. A. A. ANNIS, ... 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. N. A. Brown F. R. Allison Brown & Allison Lawyers Will practice in all Courts of the 39th Judicial District, the Appellate Courts of Texas and The Federal Courts. Examination of Land titles a Specialty Written Opinions given on request. Aspermont, Texas. W. J. ARRINGTON Lawyer and Abstracter, L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 July 1908

A. W. SPRINGER & CO :DEALERS IN: GENERAL MERCHANDISE The best of everything usually carried in a general mercantile business can be found at our store. Call and inspect our stock. DON'T FORGET OUR CELEBRATED SCHWABS CLOTHING ihePl&ntbehind the S"H ir*l?n ÍÍÍULJÍ '. • ¿VK'.'&v/fS ¡•N.' VA ñ. W. SPRINGER & CO. In Memory of Mrs. James Hart. U|f 5 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 Dry Goods and Groceries " ' ■ ~ ■ y i I , > " ; ' Hardware, Implements I • Buggies, Hacks, Wagons and Binders Our dear aunt has passed away from her labors here to that blessedness which God hath pre- pared for them that love him. For several years a sufferer of disease which baffled the skill of the best physician, tenderly cared for by kind hands and loving hearts, she lingered till the early morn of January 22, 1908 when death, the welcome messenger, opened to her ransom spirit the gates of para...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 July 1908

1 M- ANNOUNCEMENT COLUMN. The following: prices will be charged for announcements: Por district offices $7.50 For county offices 5.00 For precinct offices 3.00 Terms:—Cash in Advance For Attorney General: Col. R. M. Wynne, of Fort Worth. For State Senator, 28th District: W. J. Bryan, of Abilene. R. C. Crane, Sweetwater. For Representative 104th Dist: R. M. Reed, Aspermont. D. J. Brookreson, of Benjamin. For County Judge, D. M. Oldham. Ernest Herring. * W. J. Arrington. For Sheriff and Tax Collector, T. L. Marr. B- R. Buchanan, S. R. Lanier. W. S. Crowder, For County and District Clerk, R. S. Tillotson. For County Treasurer: J. M. V. Bulloch. Mrs. Etta Hill, A. M. Ferguson, For Tax Assessor, H. H. Hill W. O. Smith J. A. Carroll For County Attorney : Hugh Metcalfe. S. R. Dickey. For County Surveyor: J. F. Lee Ira Dickey For Public Weigher: J. W. Carroll J. 1. Fouts Will Stanley Matt (Feke) Osborn R. L. Hopkins Ollie McLauky W. P. Guest j For Commissioner Pre. No.. 1, H. F. Luedecke D....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 July 1908

% Ti; Vol. II, TWO—Special Edition TheAspermont S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, July 16,1908. LET EVERY VOTER 00 TO THE POLLS AND VOTE ON JULY HOGG AND BRYAN. Should They be Called Liquor ites =Their Clear Cut Views The people of Texas are con- fronted by a momentous issue and it is timé for patriots to con~ sider to what goal we are drift- ing. Few people have time and opportunity to make an exhaus- tive study of governmental questions. I among: that number and assume that all others whose lives have been di- rected in commercial, agricul- tural. manufacturing, or kindred channels are in a similar condi- tion. My rule has been to place faith in the wisdom of our great leaders and to go to them for light on political questions. In the formation of our govern- ment two schools of thought, one headed by Jefferson and one by Hamilton were developed and the lines between the two great parties of today are drawn with the same distinctions a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 July 1908

tíít- ■ l ' " 'J • .'-'-.v.. WmSmm MM Éjglip, mí wm feSí¿ - ' GOT POOR VALUE ÍO.Í OM¿i IN PLACE OF ALARM CLOCKS Austrian Farmers Indulge in Costly Litigation Over Insignificant Gooseberry Bush. On the boundary-line of two farms . in an Austrian village there is a large gooseberry bush, from which • the two farmers have for years gath- ered the product. "What grows on my side is mine, and you may have ihe rest/' was the agreement. Three years ago the neighbors had a misunderstanding, and this came to a climax wlién the gooseberries be- came ripe. A lawsuit followed, and appeals were made to higher judicial bodies. The final decision has just been recorded in an Austrian paper. Each party is to have the right to pick the berries which grow 011 his side of the line, just as it was orig- inally, but neither may destroy the bush. The costs are charged half to each litigant. Each farmer had to pay two hundred and twenty-five krone. The yearly yield of the bush is worth about one-half kron...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 July 1908

1/ í\jf J. M. V. BULLOCH Upon the chai*acter of its busi- ness men depends the welfare of any city's growth and progress. It is not our purpose in this brief article to say one word of which the above named gentleman is not entirely worthy and we but state a fact when we say that asa representative man of Aspermont and Stonewall county, he stands right in the front rank. He is one of our most enterpising and progressive citizens and he has by his acts and conduct, fully proven that he is a true friend to both city and county. Mr. Bulloch has been a resident of Stonewall county for about ten years, and for several years was known as one of the most success- ful fanners of this district. In 1900 he was elected to the office of County Treasurer, and so faith fully and well has he dis- charged the duties connected with this office, that he was re- elected to a second, third and fourth term. Mr. Bulloch is a true type of the Southern gentle- man, possessing those splendid traits of chara...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 July 1908

•, gr ~tr<\ í. •Vt* h n fe 11 I i (/ ¡K I ■■■MP ..- THE ASPERMONT STAR. Pml Publlshsd Every Thursday S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. Subscription. ^1 A Year. harrison telephone number 13 Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-clkss mail matter. After November R. V. David- son can go back to Galveston and look after the rental of his famous property there. Aspermont will hold her an- nual celebration on August 27-2S. A splendid program will be ar- ranged and published later. The sunshine of happiness and prosperity is shedding its efful- gent rays on the people of Stone- wall county as never before in the history of the country. On every hand is to be seen the finest of crops. Corn and feed crops of all kinds are made and cotton is just fairly humping itself. The rain god has been extremely liberal and nowhere in the great state of Texas can conditions be more satisfactory and prospects more flattering. The Breckinridge Democrat, that great exponent of democra- cy,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 July 1908

Review of the Enterprising Business Men and Business Interests of the Town of / \S FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Guided, managed and upheld by men of sterling worth, integ- rity and wealth, properly des- cribes the First National Bank of Aspermont. It is among the monetary institutions of this sec- tion which enjoys the entire con- fidence of the people; none stands forth more prominently or is more deserving of popular es- teem. Its history has been one of steady progress and advance- ment along the lines of conserva- tism and good judgment, and its phenomenal growth gives assur- ance of its popularity among the financial institutions of this sec- tion of the state. This bank re- ceives upon favorable terms, the accounts of farmers, merchants, stockmen and individuals, nego- tiates and collects bills of ex- change at low rates and makes a point of promptness in all busi- ness entrusted to its care. The management is progressive, and neglects no point of efficiency de- manded by modern comme...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 July 1908

m , / Review of the Enterprising Business Men and Business Interests of the Town of Asperm O. S. AVERY, Livery. In the establishment conducted by Mr. G. S. Avery our town possesses the advantages of one of the best equipped and best conducted livery, feed and board- ing stables in this section. This livery is first-class and ve r y creditable to our city. It is a pleasure to look over his line dis- play of vehicles and good horses and his single and double turn- outs are often commented upon for their fine appearance. Every accommodation and convenience in the livery line is afforded here for traveling men, private fami- lies, funerals, weddings, etc.. and at prices that are always satisfac- tory. Competent and courteous drivers are supplied promptly upon demand at all hours, da}- or night, and everything in the line of a light or heavy hitch can be had at a moments notice. He also makes a specialty of boarding horses by the day, week or month, and all animals entrusted to him recei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 July 1908

¡§y® A T: SÜ I J0HNS0N-6RftDD06K LAND TITLE GOMPflNY If You want to make a Loan on Your Land get Johnson to make Your BggSl «I A. T. ROBINSON Among the many well known contractors and builders of this section of the state, none have gained a more enviable reputa- tion than the gentleman whose name appears above. He has been established in Aspermont for about two years as a con- tractor and builder in brick, stone or cement work of all kinds and has built up a large and constantly increasing busi- ness. The people have the ut- most confidence in his ability, and well do they know that if they give A. T. Robinson a contract, it will be promptly fulfilled. He is a man of high standing and marked executive ability, is himself a finished workman and employs none but competent assistants. He is prepared at all times to submit plans and give estimates, and if you secure his services, you have the assurance of having your work done by a thoroughly honorable business man and whose prices are...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 July 1908

wwt i In County Court. STATE OF TEXAS VS: Jim Norris, earring pistol; ver- dict not guilty. Crume Riddel, gaming; verdict guilty and fine of $10 and costs assessed. Seth Batson, gaming; pléa of guilty and fine of $10 and costs J. M. Hahn, gaming; verdict not guilty. Ira Hahn, gaming; dismissed. Jesse Bebee, carrying pistol; verdict not guilty. Joe Davis, gaming; judgment of $10 and costs. Martin West, maiming cattle; verdict not guilty. H.E.Gholston, abandonment of wife; dismissed. Dave Westfall, gaming; plea of guilty and fine of S10 and costs assessed. civil docket. ( Jesse Gilbert et. als. against H. Myers; judgment for plaintiffs. All other cases continued for the term. To the Voters of; the Second Judicial District of Revival Meeting. At Peacock beginning August 2nd to be continued indefinitely. Conducted by Evangelist J. P. Adcock and Singer, Miss Goldie Ditch of Fort Scott, Kan. Co- operation of all Christians de- sired, help of all singers solicited. Special music every serv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 23 July 1908

The Aspermont St S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, July 23,1908. Vol. II POSSIBLY ATTEMPT- ED ASSASSINATION. Mrs. B. L. Glenn of Claire= mont Fired Upon by Unknown Party gallery to get her children's bon- i Frank Harrison was over three nets. She got them and just as i hundred yards when he heard she turned to re-enter the room j the report, and when the scream- a pistol was fired almost in her j ing began ran instantly to the face, being so close as to scorch, \ scene. DISCOVER BURIED \ m but not powder-burn her. She j The Glenns are one was so stunned by the report; most popular families. It is not that several seconds elapsed be- ' known that they have an enemy fore she recovered sufficiently to ; in the world. The family, con- give the alarm. Previous to go-1 sisting of a busband, wife and, ing on the porch the children ¡ four little children, are most de- j told their mother that they heard j voted to one another. There- j somebody ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 23 July 1908

wi Püá| WW; m- ;V • P. . , Sir Bl: ■ s '.V-.; igl'm -- PI arc. i-j |p */* *á'. THE ASPERMONT STAR. Published Every Thursday S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. Subscription, $1 A Year. harrison telephone number 13 Entered at the Postoffice' at Asper-s mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. The early bird while out after worms frequently catches cold. ————— Put a million dollars in a scare- crow's pocket, and he would be married and a leader of society in six weeks. From every portion of this grand and glorious west comes news of the best crop prospects in its history, and especially is thissoof this immediate territory. When W. R. Hearst's little donkey runs up against William Jennings Bryan's democratic mule there won't be enough of it left to*tell whether it was a donkev or a populist. •" 1 Well, well! we can all draw a sigh of relief. The Elks -Con- vention is over and the Dallas News can now devote some of its space to things of more impor- tance to the reading public. A. H. Kirby of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 23 July 1908

i What We Do: Write Deeds, Take Acknowledgments, Correct Land Titles, Make Plats of Land, We Make Reliable Abstracts. Johnson-Graddock Land Title Company Exclusive Abstracters. We want to you at title of your' Come and let explain why ; should have an At A. T. ROBINSON Contractor and Builder STONE & BRICK WORK A SPECIALTY Plans and Specifications fur- nished on short notice. ASPERMONT, - TEXAS. NEW ROAD TO CROSS PLAINS. Railway Will Enter Floydada, Lubbock and Brown= field Section. Chamberlain's COLIC, CHOLERA AND Diarrhoea Remedy Is a reliable, pleasant and safe remedy for bowel complaints both in children and adults. Buy it now; it áiay save life. Clubbing Rates Prom this time on our clubbing rates will be as follows: Star and Houston Post $1.75 " " Dallas News 1.75 44 " Ft. Worth Record 1.75 V " " Harpoon 1.75 " " St. Louis Republic 1.75 " " Commoner 1.65 " " Farm & Ranch 1.75 A MUCHLY MIXED" FAMILY RELATIONSHIP Michigan Father and Son Marry Sisters and Family is Certainl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 23 July 1908

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