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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 September 1908

-r- k The Aspermont St S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, September 17, 1908. A. T. ROBINSON Contractor and Builder STONE & BRICKWORK A SPECIALTY Plans and Specifications fur- nished on short notice. ASPERMONT, - TEXAS. CO TO W.C. LYNCH FOR > "41 Cold Drinks AND Confectioneries. ICE CREAM at all hours East Side ASPERMONT, TEXAS. GRAHAM, TEXAS TO ROSWELL, N. M. Charter is Procured for New Line Which is to Pene= trate Rich Section of the State. Cutting Affray. Just as we go to press we learn of a cutting aff ray between J. C. Smith and W. D. Lang in the Salt Flat neighborhood in which it is said the latter received seri- ous knife wounds. We did not learn the cause of the trouble, but deeply regret its having oc- curred and trust that Mr. Lang's wounds will not result seriously. Judge R. F. Arnold of Graham passed thru this city yesterday, enroute home from Austin, where he has been to procure the chart- er for the Graham, Roswell an...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 September 1908

m 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- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. I Crop conditions were never so promising: over West Texas as at this time and a bumper cotton crop is almost a certainty. Says an exchange: I had rather see my boy a good, honest, in- dustrious wood hauler, dressed in coarse pantaloons, blue jump- er and brogan shoes, than to find him in store clothes, patent leath- ers and parading the streets at midnight smoking cigarettes. The former is a man, the latter is a link of weinerwurst with the meat squeezed out. That's a fact, so help me God. The editor spent several days in different portions of the state last week, and as a silent listener heard many complimentary re- marks on West Texas, and even some good things were said about our own county. However, we did not hear many complimen- tary remarks about Aspermont, the- town whi...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 September 1908

* S15.000.00 -mámmmrn sess \ 1 h 650 Consisting oi Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, Furniture, Wagons, Implements, Etc.' We Have Now Decided to Put This Entire Stock on 'Sale BEGINNING ON SEPTEMBER 12, 1908 At Prices Never Heard oi Before in Stonewall County The Following is a Partial List of our Bargains: Gome to See Us and be Glad Big Reduction. Twenty-five to Thirty-three and One-third Per Cent Off on Cloth- ing1, Overcoats, Ladies Cloaks, Lap Robes, Blankets, Bed Com- forts, Etc. Also about the same off on Mens' Hats, Underwear, Overalls, Jumpers, Sweaters, Gloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs Towels, Etc. Etc. Shelf Hardware. Such as Saws, Hammers, Chisels, Squares, ,Draw Knives, Pocket Knives, Knives and Forks, Spoons, Razors, Planes, Mortice and Knob Locks, Butts and Screws, Hinges, Shot Gun Shells, Cartridges, Braces and Bits and many other things to numerous to mention. All of which will be sold at an astonishingly low price. If you need anything in this li...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 September 1908

- ■: • -■ ■■•••■ ■' .. ■. :■ ' - ■ • ;■ , "m:* v %*"*£• ; ■''-?t: "" íé ^ , • •, - • ■* í0st /Vr^ . ". ■ '- ■'•■'■ '■' ' ■■'A: ■'■'■.■ ' ' ■ ■ * : • r. ? * r LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mrs. W. R. Sherrod is slightly indisposed this week. Bass prescription 3363 relieves pain. Grandpa Avery suffered an- other bad attack Monday. Fresh oysters and fish at Tom's Cafe every Friday and Saturday. Our people had no mail from the east Monday on account of high water. Miss Belle Bugg of Gainesville is out on a visit to T. M. Long and family. Rev. W. L. Robertson of Rotan was in attendance at the Associa- tion here the past week. W. C. Scott and wife have gone for an extended visit to relatives at Brock, Oklahoma. Miss Marguerite Pierson, of Haskell, is visiting her sister, Mrs. D. R. Couch this week. i Fine rains have visited our county the past week insuring a most bountiful yield of cotton. We are now prepared to club Pearson's magazine with the Star for $1.75 per year. Send in your subscription. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 September 1908

NEW GOODS FOR THE FALL TRADE I are arriving steadily for every department. Our stock is full of everything, up-to-date and useful. Come and see. WE MAKE GOOD ALL OUR TALK= Success Windmills They are the best. Their wood bearings make them noiseless and their direct stroke is an ex- clusive feature. See the mounted at our store. Eisrht-foot mills one $32.50 Buck's Heaters Buj' jrour heater while you can make your selection from a full stock. We have many different styles of air tight, sheet-iron and box heaters from 22 to 36 inches, S10 to $2.00 Cotton Necessities Cotton scales from 150 to 200 pounds. 8 oz. and 10 oz. duck per yard 12%c and 15c. Knee pads—very good leather—price per pair, while they last, only 75c *1 Guaranteed Axes Genuine hand forged axes, pos- itively guaranteed. If they break we will cheerfully give you another. We mean what we say. Price each /only ..." $1.25 Millinery Our beautiful pattern hats show- all the new styles such as the Directoire and the Narraganset...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 September 1908

v >,: t lit.' .... V,' )K - -;'y ' %m¿¿- . • "^'•1 A ( | - / A Í ) ( / c Just Received A Car of Corrugated PfeS'S* JS: Iron í:>: • z r i ..Mar- P¡l£ c,v T £~ IPIlli Both Painted and Galvanized «< - ' lis? í; ■ f 1 A. W. SPRINGER & CO. Pm&i-'. ##© #©## itev \ m # e e o <É a o m ® I Forgot. The porch had been freshty painted. The instructions had gone forth in the household to keep off the porch until the paint dried. A few hours later, a little foot print was seen in the center and it told the story. The owner of the little foot that left its imprint on being questioned, said, "Papa I forgot it, I am sorry." The 'phone rang and a voice said, "Is that you, John?" "Yes," came the answer, and the party at the other end said, "where have you been all morning? You remember that you promised to meet me at 8 o'clock. You know that I was depending upon jrou, there was much at stake for me. I fully expected you to keep your promise." John said, "Is it too late now?" The ot...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 September 1908

Ü J. H. ROLLINS Dealer In Choice Family Groceries Laundry Basket leaves my store every Monday and returns every Friday. Aspermont, - Texas. .. BLUE FRONT WAGON YARD .. One Block Southeast of square. Horses and mules bought and sold. Feed al ways on hand. : : : : : E. B. & W. S. FEATHERSTON, Props. . - WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO HANDLE YOUR Lumber Business! AND WE WILL SHOW OUR APPRECIATION We Will Treat You Right in Figures. GIVE US A CALL R. B. SPENCER & CO. Home Circle Department Crude Thots as They Fall From the Editoral Pen. Pleasant Even- ing' Reveries. A Column Dedicated to tired Mothers as They Join the Home Circle at Evening Time Harrison Telephone Co. Green Harrison, Prop. Swift, Sure, Satisfactory Service. Long Distance Connections and those living- in the rural districts: This company is ready for your business. You are in daily need of prompt connections which we are now prepared to give you. Stay in your home and TELEPHONE almost anywhere. Call "Central" and we will...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 September 1908

Ü H ' f ' fli PROFESSIONAL. T. J. McCamant, M D D. 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 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 ÁSPERMONT, 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. ARRINCTON Lawyer and Abstracter, Land Titles Carefully Examined. Will practice in the District...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 September 1908

The Aspermont Sta S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, September 24,1908. Vol. II, ■u- "i -- # [;iv . A. T. ROBINSON 5 ORIANA LOSES $ Contractor and Builder Í f STONE & BRICK WORK A SPECIALTY Plans and Specifications fur- nished on short notice. | ASPEI ÍI TO ASPERMONT. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING AT COURT HOUSE ASPERMONT, - TEXAS. ^ j in the Two Games Played j Railroad Matters Discussed, Í\ Last Week The Home I Bonus Subscribed, and a I Team is Victorious Committees Named t CO TO W.C.LYNCH FOR Cold Drinks AND Confectioneries. ICE CREAM at all hours East Side ASPERMONT, TEXAS. Both Days Patrons' Meeting. There was an interesting meet- ing of patrons of the Aspermont school at the court house Monday night, in which it was decided to go into permanent organization, the purpose of which organization shall be to further the interests of our school ard assist the teach- ers in every way*posjsTTTle to make the present term the best ever held here. D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 September 1908

wmíms. mr SH & r.r w ¥•' É THE ASPERMONT STAR. Published Every Thursday S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. Subscription, ÜS1 A Year. harrison telephone number 13 Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Cotton is beginning to move and business is taking on new life in the west. The air is full of railroad rumors and we are kept awake nights for fear of being run over by a right-of-way. Don't let an opportunity pass to speak a good word for your town and county. Keep pushing and the goal will soon be in reach. The way of the croaker is going to be "rocky" in Asper- mont from this time forward. Our people have said down with all tyrants, and down it shall be. We have put our shoulders to the wheel of progress and we are not going to quit pushing until something drops. All croakers take notice and get of our path. Aspermont has awakened to a realization of her awful condi- tion and her people are getting busy. There will be something doing here ere ano...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 September 1908

New Goods Now Arriving Our Buyers Have Returned from the St. Louis markets where they purchased the most complete and up-to- date stock of Fall and Winter Dry Goods ever handled in this market. We invite your inspection of our stock and prices. Our clerks are at your service ' ■■ ; slf i I; ■ jms> f:y - Ü-. • Dress Goods A prettjr line of bordered percale, flannellette and kimono goods, Toile du norde and A. F. & C. Ginghams. This line is complete in every respect. Waist Goods A full line of white and colored waistings to match your new skirt. All pretty patterns and latest designs. Ladies Skirts and Coats A swell line of ladies skirts and coats. Everything the latest in style and colors. Nothing in this line but what will please the most fastidious. See them before making your purchases. Hair Trimmings For the hair we have the nets, wire and hair rats. Anything in combs you want. Get one while the stock is fresh. Dress Trimmings We have dress trimmings to match any kind of a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 September 1908

í-ií t : , - LOCALS AND PERSONALS Don't fail to attend the railroad meeting Friday night. Fresh oysters and fish at Tom's Cafe every Friday and Saturday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Council on the 21st inst. a baby boy. Mrs. Richburg is quite sick with typhoid fever we are sorry to note. Bass' Liniment is Best recom- mended by farmers and stockmen who have used it. 50c bottle. J. M. V. Bulloch and lady at- tended services at Mt. Olive Sunday. Mrs. J. B. Walker and children are down from Tahoka on a visit to relatives and friends. S. D. McEachern left Monday for Dublin where he will spend the winter with a sister. Mrs. T. M. Long and Miss Belle Bugg are visiting with rel- atives at Shinery Lake. Commissioners court was in session the first of the week ap- proving the assessor's rolls. Wanted—Woman or girl to do light housework. Apply to Mrs. Bumgardner, Peacock, Texas. Mrs. Berrj- of Benjamin is visiting her daughter, Mrs. S. B. Pierson six miles south of town. Hyder Rollins left Satu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 September 1908

^ ^ STYLISH NEW GOODS We are noted for the up-to-dateness of our stock and intend to keep up our reputation this fall. We have most of the new fashions in dry goods and notions hut for want of room cannot show them all to advantage. If you don't see what you want ask for it. Our stock is full and complete wmmmmmwwmw&L Wire Rats All the rage with the ladies. Close woven wire mesh with side combs attached. You can get them only from us. Price each only 50c Dianna-ette Combs The stylish kind for little girls. They are already fitted with ribbons tied in two ¡TAr bows and are very cute OUL Parisienne Combs They encircle the head and the front and back combs fit closely into the wire rats. Ribbon is run through them and tied ¿EfT in two big bows OOC Children's Cloaks It's rather early to talk of cloaks but these are so pretty, they'll go early. They are made of white bearskin with cuffs and collars of pink and blue velvet trimmed with aa silk braid. Eacn only $6.00 to í>I.VU Sailo...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 September 1908

•o __ Home Circle Department Crude Thots as They Fall From the Editoral Pen. Pleasant Even- ing Reveries. A Column Dedicated to tired Mothers as They Join the Home Circle at Evening- Time To Marry Well. Of course it is the natural de- sire of every mother that her daughter should "marry well," to use a current phrase. But much depends upon how we in- terpret the word "well." Usual- ly it is applied to a young man's income or financial possessions. When this is the case, the stand- ard used is an unfortunate one. There is not a more cruel stand- ard by which to measure a young man than the position he is able to offer the girl of his choice. We do not advocate of the "love in a cottage" theory, by any means, but we do believe in the good old- fashioned theory of a young couple starting out into the world with a moderate income, and then climbing upward together. A young girl will be safer in the hands of a young man born of parents in-moderate circumstanc- es, honest in his principle...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 September 1908

J. H. ROLLINS Dealer In Choice Family Groceries Laundry Basket leaves my store every Monday and returns every Friday. Aspermont, - Texas. BLUE FRONT WAGON YARD .. One Block Southeast of square. Horses and mules bought and sold. Feed al= ways on hand. : : : : : E. B. & W. S. FEATHERSTON, Props. WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO HANDLE YOUR Lumber Business! AND WE WILL SHOW OUR APPRECIATION We Will Treat You Right in Figures. GIVE US A CALL R. B. SPENCER & CO. Harrison Telephone Co, Green Harrison, Prop. Swift, Sure, Satisfactory Service. Long Distance Connections To Farmers and those living- in the rural districts: This company is ready for }Tour business. You are in daily need of prompt connections which we are now prepared to give you. Stay in your home and TELEPHONE almost anywhere. Call "Central" and we will do the rest. Let us put in a 'phone Musical Instruments >% n J2 75 co k. o IL Phonograph Records a> ^ á o a D S—I PI 70 So nice, so fine, so soft. Best for ladies, keeps t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 September 1908

■/ *:?$ pa PROFESSIONAL. T. J. MeCamant, MO D. C. Carrington, M D Drs. MeCamant & 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 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, Land Titles Carefully Examined. Will practice in the District Cour...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 1 October 1908

The Aspermont St S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, October 1,1908. Vol.1 Program. Aspermont School Co-operation Club for their first regular meeting-, Friday night, October 2nd. Music by the band. Roll Call—Answer to name with appropriate quotation. Reading of Minutes. Adoption* of Constitution and By-Laws. Music by the band. The Trustees' Work—D. R. Couch. The Teachers' Work—Miss Lipscomb. Music by the band. Adjournment. Per Committee. Notice. Preaching at the Presbyterian church next Sunday at 11 a. m. A splendid sermon for the morn- ing hour. Some things that every converted person ought to know. The services at 8 p. m. will be conducted by the W. H. M. S. They will have an inter- esting and profitable service. All are invited. J. L. Hollers. The Star office has just finished the job of printing 750 copies of the Minutes of the Stonewall Baptist Association. We bad the honor of printing these minutes last year and the Baptist people w...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 1 October 1908

r fe lv THE ASPERMONT STAR. Published 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. Don't stop boosting for your town. Remember the "knock- ers" never sleep. One smooth tongued "knock- er" can do more damage than two two good, live hustlers can undo; so keep up the lick of pro- gress and press forward with a firm determination to win. The goal is now in sight. Will you set back and see it pass us up, or will you help us to reach out and grasp it while it is yet in reach? Don't let the present opportu- nity for securing a railroad for Aspermont pass by unheeded. Stop and consider what it means for us all, not for the people of the town alone, but for the en- tire citizenship of Stonewall coun- ty. Then put your shoulder to the wheel of progress and assist us in securing this greatest of all enterprises. Hearst andHaskell are getting into quite a political mix-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 1 October 1908

' u New Goods Now Arriving Our Buyers Have Returned from the St. Louis markets where they purchased the most complete and up=to- date stock of Fall and Winter Dry Goods ever handled in this market. We invite your inspection of our stock and prices. Our clerks are at your service 't.touts gPlgSgsg i ' i'" ;"| fÉjj W MÍ m Ml i$at w&iMI- /S I Ü if 'i f :• a® Dress Goods A pretty line of bordered percale, flannellette and kimono goods, Toile du norde aad A., F. & C. Ginghams. This line is complete in every respect. Waist Goods A full line of white and colored waistings to match your new skirt. All pretty patterns and latest designs. Ladies Skirts and Coats A swell line of ladies skirts and coats. Everything the latest in style and colors. Nothing in this line but what will please the most fastidious. See them before making your purchases. Hair Trimmings For the hair we have the nets, wire and hair rats. Anything in combs you want. Get^one while the stock is fresh. Dress Trimming...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 1 October 1908

A LOCALS AND PERSONALS Born to and Mrs. Joe Tanner on the 26th ult., a baby girl. Fresh oysters and fish at Tom's Cafe every Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Marshall Pierson of Has- kell, is visiting with Mrs. D. R. Couch. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Smith on the night of the 26th inst. a baby girl. Just Received, a stock of fresh lime. Weldon-Smith Lumber Co., Hamlin, Texas. We notice Henry Metcalf has been appointed postmaster at Croton, vice S. Short, resigned. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hahn of Brazos Valley on morn- ing of 26th inst. a baby bo}'. Wanted—Woman or girl to do light housework. Apply to Mrs. Bumgardner, Peacock, Texas. Don't think that because your bill is small we won't appreciate it. Weldon-Smith Lumber Co., Hamlin, Texas. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Biedleman of Shinery Bend on the morning of the 24th a baby boy. We are now prepared to club Pearson's magazine with the Star for $1.75 per year. Send in your subscription. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Waldrop of Double Mt. com- mun...

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