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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 October 1908

i \ ' i ; \ • m ■ . I - . i „ V< ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, October 22,1908. S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. - PROMINENT RAILROAD MEN IN THE CITY Messrs. Goodenough & Craw= ford touring the West in Interest of Graham Proposition RAILROAD NEWS FROM STAMFORD On last Saturday Aspermont was honored with a visit from A. D. Goodenough and S. R. Craw- ford of Graham, who are both prominent in railway circles, and who were touring the West in their auto in the interest of the Graham and Roswell railway project. They only spent a few hours in our city but during their short stay here met several of our citizens and discussed rail- road matters with them. In con- versation with a Star reporter Mr. Crawford stated that he was no railroad man but merely traveling with Mr. Goodenough and showing him the country. Mr. Crawford, however, stated that he was one of the number who, at the suggestion* of Mr. Goodenough and other railway men, went to Austin and pro- cured the...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 October 1908

. ., ..... ■ _ .-?J : * '• THE ASPERMONT STAR. PubMshed Every Thursday S. W. THOMAS, ED. and PROP. Subscription, St f\ Year. HARRISON TELEPHONE NUMBER 13 Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. The difference between an air- ship and the price of meat is that the latter will never come down fast enough to hurt anybody. A St. Louis woman is hunting her husband so she can sue for divorce. He would probably come forward at once if he knew what she wants with him. §í. Young- Theodore Roosevelt Beverge is going to have a stren- uous time living up to both ends of his name. - .x : It is now announced that the President will have to cut his va- cation short on account of suffer- ing from over-rest. The strangest complaint in the divorce courts noted for some time is that of a woman who wants to leave her husband be- cause he won't dye his red hair to match the furniture. The alimony should be large and gratefully paid by the husband of such a wife. Som...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 October 1908

w duo ####< New Goods Are Now Here «. V ' . 4¿A-1 And we pride ourselves on being prepared to show you one of the nicest assorted stocks of new and up-to-date Dry Goods ever brought to the Aspermont market. The styles and figures are all the latest out. Below we list a few of our leaders: is® Hp jiff ' Dress Goods A pretty 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 neis, j wire and hair rats. Anything n j- 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 — 22 October 1908

: ____ LOCALS AND PERSONALS The game seasan opens Nov. 1st. Bass prescription 3363 relieves pain. District Court is in session this week. * Go to Farmer's Supply Co. for wagonsat $*>5.00 B. S. Bethel is quite sick at the home of his sister Mrs. Odetn. Don't forget the Star when you sell j our cotton. Dr. Davis of Roby is in the city this week attending- court. A lot of Ladies Cloaks at a big bargain at Farmer's Supply Co. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Goodall, of Oriana were in town Tuesday. Overcoats at almost half price at Farmer's Supply Co. Mrs. T. J. McCamant is visit- ing relatives in Meridian this week. Be sure to read the notice of the Medical Association in this issue. D. M. Oldham and family vis- ited at Shinery Lake Friday night. Don't forget the big bargain sale is still on at Farmers' Sup- ply Co. Curtis Ray has been quite sick this week. It is feared he has slow fever. It will surprise you how cheap Higginbotham-Harris sells furni- ture. Clyde Robinson left Monday for Dunn, Texa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 October 1908

You want a paper for general news; one that is complete, reliable, and in sympathy with the common people. try the Fort Worth Semi-weekly Record Besides these qualities, the Friday edition con- tains a COLORED COMIC PAGE, which is not found in any other big" semi-weekly paper. THE RECORD'S MARKET REPORTS are unsurpassed; publiehed at the great packing house center of the Southwest, it is in closest touch with the livestock situation. THE RECORD was the first newspaper in the South to advocate organization among farmers for maintaining a Fair Prick kor Cotton: it has steadily contended for this movement: has been of great value to the caese, and deserves support. THE RECORD'S EDITORIAL PAGE is alert, courageous and outspoken on all current queftions Semi-Weekly Record 1.00 *7EZ The Aspermont Star 1.00 DOlll tpl# 4 O Notice I have moved my tailor shop into the building with W. C. Lynch on east side, and am now prepared to do all kinds of clean- ing. pressing and repairing. Old suits m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 October 1908

i.' OUR BIG Bargain Sale Is still on and will continue for 30 days. Don't fail to come early and get the best bargains. Each Saturday Is A Special Bargain Bay, Mens' and womens' Shoes, Boots, Bootees, Hats and Caps at actual cost on that day. Also a lot of good clothes at 20 per cent below cost. Look for our Clothing and Lace Bargain Counters. Good line Wall Paper ¿ Price Don't fail to call. Respectfully, FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! To the First 25 Ladies Who Will Cut Out This Advertisement and Present if to "Little Joe" The Drug- gist, Will Receive Absolutely Free, One Box of Face Powder or Cream. We Will Only Give 25 Boxes Away. *Do it Now' if You Want to Try it. "LITTLE JOE" THE DRUGGIST SCHOOL DESKS I have the agency for the Caxton School Desks and other School Furniture, and want to furnish your school. Good goods at moderate prices. J. M. FORGUS, Aspermont, Texas I $10,000.00 GIVEN AWAY In Tuition at Nelson & Draughon Business College The largest and most successful Busi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 October 1908

Voting Precin w v. ..¿m f. It is ordered by the Commissioners Court that the various vot- ing precincts of Stonewall county, Texas'shall hereafter he hound- ed as follows: VOTING PRECINCT NO. 1. Shall be and the same is bert \ ■ unded as follows: Beginning at the N E corner section No. 20. o.> ck i). H. & T. C Ry. Co. lands, said county; thence N alony im h) iines <>< section* 25. 26, 27,28,29, 30 to the N E cornet wi -tern n No. 30, block D. Thence W along the N lines of sai>l N- . ;md 43 to the center of the Salt Fork of the Brazos river; tht-nct- up said river with its meanderings to a point where s;)i<i m er crosses the E line of sec- tion 113, block D; thence S along ti;r K ime.said section 113, 114and 115 to the S E corner of said No. 115; i iu-nce A aiong the N lines of sections Nos. 116, 137, 152, 173, 18b. 20'.). 224. 245 ail in block D. to the N W corner of said No. 245; ti¿« : c- b a.^ng W line said 245 to its S W corner; thence W along me section 26...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 October 1908

% T"': 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" 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 Federr.1 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 Courts...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 October 1908

4|V'T.?' The Aspermont St _ S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, October 29,1908. If VOTERS' DUTY TO GOUNTRY CHILDREN At the election on November 3rd the voters of Texas will decide whether there shall be incorporated into the Constitution an amendment to Sec. 3, Art. 7, which relates to public schools. To adopt this amendment would accomplish these results: 1. It would empower every rural district to levy a local school tax by maforlty vote oi the property- holding, tax-paying voters. 2. It would grant to each district the right to levy a local school tax at any rate not greater than fifty cents on the one hundred dollars ot property valua- tion. A vote for the amendment is not a vote for a tax on any one; it merely authorizes a district to settle school taxation for itself. These two results are in harmony with the fundamental principles of democracy—local self-government and majority rule. The Fathers of Texas laid a splendid foundation ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 October 1908

TIE AS PER MO NT ST AH. I itjllshed Every I hiirsclav fe! 5 W. THOMAS. ED AND PROP I f il trt' isf-icii a ihing ;:s i,u biiiiy in America, il is that winch i'oüuws the ¡-low and turn's up God's good soil i'or the mainten- ance of the people whom He c .au .. ■ ^rrrv-í,-^-. .¡sr; ."? ' I f* iibsrrlptio^. "•> 1 ^ Year. ; H ARRISON TELEPHONE NUMBER 13 Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. An exchange has discovered that a poor rl has to be awiullv good looking to be pretty, and a rich girl has to be awful homely tí be uglv. It might have added that a poor man has to be awfully smart to be intelligent, and a rich man almost a blockhead to be ig- norant. The Dallas Fair this season far surpasses any previous affair held in-the?State, in fact the fair has been growing: in interest and pop- ularity ever since the city taken charge of it. Many new improve- ments have been made and novel entertainments added until no State in the union can boast of a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 October 1908

mm •. ■'. 77 w • r>ñi £ > fííi . ■ « . '•• s "• ■ "í i •*,. f * -••■;' í• '-.-*• •-. 4s&* visijí' '•iss^' %gp' xáÉiS' v^' w A A '?"< gj |f> «•:•• '-.f $ 3 •*■' V . É $ r ' 1 f'S & ^ % $■ % i, f &> ■■-. , J C&iV • -u 1111 m R K S Í %? E# ™. p f% ■■■> ^ .<% y.mm $ M w ••• -'i M \ \* A ■ , V And we pride otrseh !-s on being prepared to show you one of the nicest assort?' shocks of new and up-to-date Dry Goods ever brough.t to the Asp^-viont market. The'styles and figures are all the latest out. Below we list a few of our leaders: . 111 "-.V . * i| *. ' ^ñ-' Dress Goads A pretty line of bordered percale, flannellette and kimono goods, Toile du norde and A. F. & C. Ginghams. This line is complete in ever}7 respect. Waist Goods A full line of white and colored waistings to match your new skirt. All pretfv patterns and latest designs. Ladies Skirts and Goats g A swell line ol: ladies skirts and jj coats. Everything the latest in | style and colors. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 October 1908

ft" '4ít- MM ras LOCALS AND PERSONALS Go to Farmer's Supply Co. for wagons at $65.00 Fred Senter and lady spent several days in town since last issue. Don't forget the Star when you sell your cotton. Ernest Herring is off on a com- bined business and pleasure trip to Dallas. A lot of Ladies Cloaks at a big bargain at Farmer's Supply Co. i You save money by trading with Weldon-Smith Lumber Co. at Hamlin. B. S. Bethel, who was quite sick for several days is now able to be up and about. Don't forget the big bargain sale is still on at Farmers' Sup* ply Co. It will surprise you how cheap Higginbotham-Harris sells furni- ture. D. I. McComb sheriff of Kent county, was a witness in court here this week. If you eat candy go to Will Marr's and try some of that fine chocolate. We sell the best cedar shingles at $4.50 per thousand. Weldon- Smith Lumber Co. Mrs. D. M. Oldham has been real sick since last issue, but is now able to be up. Ladies newly trimmed hats at the Farmers' Supply Co., at a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 October 1908

Besides Your Local Paper You want a paper for general news; one that is complete, reliable, and in sympathjr with the common people. Try the Fort Worth Semi-weekly Record Besides these qualities, the Friday edition con- tains a COLORED COMIC PAGE, which is not found in any other big semi-weekly paper. THE RECORD'S MARKET REPORTS are unsurpassed; publiehed at the great packing house center of the Southwest, it is in closest touch with the livestock situation. THE RECORD was the first newspaper in the South to advocate organization among farmers for maintaining a Fair Price for Cotton; it has steadily contended for this movement; has been of great value to the caese, and deserves support. THE RECORD'S EDITORIAL PAGE is alert, courageous and outspoken on all current queftions Semi-Weekly Record 1.00 f <£f The Aspermont Star 1.00 OOLIl TOr $!• 4 O Notice I have moved my tailor shop into the bujlding with W. C. Lynch on east side, and am now prepared to do all kinds of clean- ing, pre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 October 1908

RHPP 5B ™ —__ m ¡ rí -' fe IS " M : ,vvvj . •x''.; v.vj' ®©i íi J OUi TP * TT .«**"'? :,v^ .iJfe ri ti c ^ u m a J -i. I Is stiii rn c. íií i will continui* :ur ¿' us. v S. ¿íon t Locking for the Angel. A new city settlement worker was going the rounds of her district one bright spring morning. In a crowded tenement some ñve or six little chil- dren gazed inquiringly at her as she entered. "Well, well, children," she said, "I never saw so many soiled laces in my life. Why don't you use some soap and water?" "We are wait- ing for the angel, mum," replied Tom- my Tuff. "What angel?" asked the young woman. "Why, de lady dat come frue here last week and give one of (:e Kids a nickel to wash hi3 face." GENERAL fail to co:ve early and get ti : / ru. Soeeial ^; J/ ® ens' and womeiis' Shoes, Bo fs. Bootees, Hats and Caps at actual cost on th good clothes at 20 per cent below cost. Look for our Clothing and Lace Bargain Counters. ine Wall Paper 1 Don't fall to call. Respectfully, wammsmaaoaM...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 October 1908

Is: The Schoo' A To the votéis i>i ou.ucw; county: v - e. iiu un e respectt'utly ask y it con.-ider tion and su|>i cr.- amendment: A ..v X I. Because th. : . A a democratic ;;r , . II. Uecause it ni i general weiiari* and n-M-. re ■ the children of i > the enjoyment o! their inalici- able right to the v. :- boi edu- cation .tin ; "ath- - - rd .3. Becal? ■' • . -el :r-,de t \ minority rule at -i restore th majority rule. 4. Because it will «rive th country children a square deal It is just as important u> educate the country child as it is to edu- cate the city child. 5. Because the '"diffusion of light and education js the source to be relied upon for ameliorat- ing the condition, promoting the virtue, and advancing the happi- ness of man;" and this amend- ment insures this. 6. Because "it is an axiom in political science that, unless peo- ple are educated and enlightened, it is idle to expect the continu- ance of civil liberty or the capac- ity for self-government;" and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 October 1908

mé PROFESSIONAL. T. J. MeCamant. M D D. C. Carrlngton, 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. ANN1S, ... Dentist... Office over M. & P. Hank. 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 Titlca Carefully Examined. Will practice in the District Courts of St...

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

:V The Aspermont St S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, November 5,1908. Vol. Killing Near Haskell. Mrs. Ophelia Loflin, living1 8 miles west of Haskell, was struck in the head with an axe by her husband Mond .v evening from the effects of which she died Tuesday morning. The partic- ulars as near as could be learned are that the husband came in from his work late Monday even- ing and was met by his wife when he immediately struck her in the head with an axe and had raised the axe to strike her a second time -when his father called to him; he then ran into the house and tried to cut his throat with a razor. Mr. Loflin was arrested and placed in the Haskell jail where it is said he has made a full confession of the awful crime. Mrs. Loflin was formerly Miss Ophelia Gibson and has a host of friends and relatives in this county who deeply deplore her awful fate. She had only been married to the man who murder- ed her about two weeks. How a man...

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

mm THE ASPERMONT STAR. r-r- sty; t uljltsJied Blvary Thursday S W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. Subscription, >I A Year. HARRISON TELEPHONE NUMBER 13 Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Téxas, a* second-class mail matter. If there is anything that tor- eares an editor more than any- thing else it is to publish a $15 or $20 obituary notice about some old. prominent citizen who never had the manhood to take his coun- ty paper. Editors frequently put in such notices at request of relatives and friends, but it grinds them to eulogize a man to tljp skp^i^Slwas too stingy to süjtffiflfj uDmt' paper. A three liny; no'| ,*.• is all such fellows de- ' * % \<bé rite. The man who edits the average country newspaper cannot well avoid treading-on somebody's toes continually; must expect to be censured often for unintentional failures; must expect hard work and little thanks; must expect to be called coward because he doe? not "pitch into" everything that somebody thinks is wrong, and a fool...

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

f Ill / ... # 1: ::: ' New Goods Are Now Dress Goods A pretty 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 Goats Aéweliline 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 yxm want. Get one while the stock is fresh. Dress Trimmings We have dress trimmings to match any kind of a dress and our line is one of the most beau- tiful ever shown here. £ T /' And we pride ourselves on being prepared to show you one of the nicest assorted stocks of new and up-to-date Dry Goods ever brought to the Aspermont market. The styles and figures are all the latest ou...

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

i; mi LOCALS AND PERSONALS 500 dozen eg-grs wanted at Tom's Cafe at 2Cc per dozen. T. T. Ginnand family were in from Mattie community Wednes- day. Go to Farmer's Supply Co. for wagons at S65.C0 Mr. Webster, of the Hamlin Herald, spent a day or two in town this week. • Don't forjret the Star when you sell your cotton. Postmaster Gray has returned from quite an extended visit to relatives.in Missouri. A 1 >t of Ladies Cloaks at a bijr bargain at Farmer's Supply Co. J. S.Sherrod and P. K. Thomas are out from Limestone county to spend a few davs with relatives. You save money by trading' with Weldon-Smith Lumber Co. at Hamlin. , Well it's all over but the shout- ing-, and as there is no shouting coming to us, our part of it is all over, indeed. Don't forget the big bargain sale is still on at Farmers' Sup- ply Co. The older your fruit cake will be Christinas the better it will be. Myers has all the ingredients of fresh goods just arrived. It will surprise you how cheap Higginbotham-H...

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