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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 December 1908

¿sr - HAPPY New Year To The Patrons of The Tanner Drug Store Look for Something New Next Week LITTLE JOE, The Druggist Aspermont School News 1908-1909 OUR WAY:—Think Clearly; Will fearlessly; act immediately I will return from Austin and be read}7 to begin school next Monday, Jan. 4th. Let every pupil be present Monday morn- ing. We must work hard that we may regain the lost time. We are sure the pupils will have had good times enough. Let's see that our enthusiam dies not. S. W. Adams. ioi i*: if] [OI Notice. Notice is hereby given to all parties, plaintiff and defendant and to all witnesses in the fol- lowing cases that a special Judge will be appointed to try them and that all of said cases will not be called for trial before Monday morning, January 11th, 1909, it being the second Mon- day of county court. No. 93. Ben Allen vs. Wm. West et al. No. 107. T. J. McCarley vs. H. L. Branen. No. 113. W. B. Terry vs. W. S. Clark. No. 114. First National Bank vs. M. C. Giibert. No. 115. D...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 December 1908

wmm§Sl 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 Day. 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 tail to call. Respectfully, Farmers' Supply Co. The Palace Barber Shop S. C. HOPKINS, Prop. Hair Cut 35c Shave 15c Tonic 10c Shampoo 35c Massage 35c Sintre 35c A Tribute to Father. First Door North P. O. TWO CHAIRS FIRST-CLASS WORK $50 SCHOLARSHIP FOR $30 Beginning Monday Nov. 2, we will place One Hundred Scholarships on sale at $30; regular price $50. Bookkeeping, Shorthand or Telegraphy; Western Union and M. K. & T. Main Line practice for pupils. Position guaranteed. Instruc- tions free by mail if scholarship is purchased now. If you cannot enter soon get our home study; we will increase your salar W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 December 1908

$500,000 TO LOAN ■■■■■■■■■■■■RnaaBmscanBaKaaaHaBMMBMMHBBaanaBEaKanaBflHBHRHBBBaHii On Farm and Ranch Land Ranging in Sums From $5,000 Upward at 8 Per Cent. Vendors' Lien Notes Bought and Extended j JOHNSON & SHELTON ^ HAMLIN, TEXAS kTatATi>Ti ' M1 M1 Mp Hp M' M; 111VVW1 NOTICE In October we mailed letters to those owing us, asking them to call and settle, and a few complied with our request, but there are still quite a number unsettled and a good portion of them were carried over from last year. Now we don't want to be hard on any one but we must collect IN SOME WAY. We have obligations that we must meet and we cannot pay our debts unless those who owe us pay. Trusting this will be sufficient and thanking you for a prompt response we are Yours truly, R. B. SPENCER & CO. ASPERMONT, TEXAS FOR PURE LIQUORS WRITE TO 4 Full Quarts Private Stock for - << (I it <4 i< Caney Creek for American Gold for - Green River for Hill & Hill for Brann's Iconoclast for Bottle...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 December 1908

A HAPPY NEW YEAR I take this method of thank- ing my customers for past Patronage and wish you one and all a happy and a Prosperous New Year. WILL. MARR, Druggist. I The young people were highly entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sanders Lowry last night. Prescription 3363 is not a pat- ent medicine; but the prescrip- tion of a scientific physician; and we will furnish the recipe to any physician who wishes to know it. For sale by "Little Joe" the druggist. Buy your lithographed deeds at the Star office. We have a big supply and can'furnish them to you cheaper than you can get them at the stationery houses. -V>. We are now prepared to club Pearson's magazine with the Star for $1.75 per year. Send in your subscription. Certainly Fair. Of all troubles humanity is sub- ject to none perhaps causes more acute distress and more frantic efforts for relief than many forms of itching skin troubles. We will tell you a remedy that rarely ever fails—Hunt's Cure One box is absolutely gua...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 January 1909

The Aspermont Star «ü S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, January 7,1909. Vol. II, No. 2« Stamford-Northwestern DIRT BROKEN THURSDAY FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THIS ROAD AND WORK WILL BE PUSHED WITH ALL POSSIBLE SPEED TO COMPLETION From the Stamford Tribune The die is cast. The deed is done. The work has begun. Yesterday marked a new era, a new epoch in the progress of Stamford. For some time the people of Stamford and the Stamford country have been eagerly, hopefully, faithfully waiting the beginning of the work on the erection of the Stamford and Northwestern railroad. Some have doubted the building of the road, and have so publicly ex- pressed themselves, but a great majority believed that it would build. Outsiders have predicted that it would never build, and have even criticised this paper because it contended that it would. At last we are glad that we are in the attitude to say that however glaring some statements appear in the paper, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 January 1909

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. Kings may rule nations, yet wo- man's deft hand may prepare the dish that rules the king. When economy becomes the chief end and aim of existence, a sort of domestic god, before which all must bow down the happiness of the home is likely to be sacrificed. Every expen- diture that would give pleasure is held in abeyance until such a time as the family feel that they "can afford it," and as a rule this time never comes, and the pleas- uae is relinquished. In New Hampshire, as a result of the November election, there will be but 25 "wet" towns out of a total of 230 after May 1 of next year. Warren Garst, the new gov- ernor of Iowa, is a native of Ohio. He began life keeping a general merchandise store and after- wards was a farmer and banker. "What constitutes a day's work?" We figure...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 January 1909

Spur Farm Lands The Farmer's Opportunity The Spur Farm Lands are now being opened to sale, and offer to the homeseeker selection from a body 430,000]acres in extent, all under one ownership. This immense property is being sub-divided into quarter- sectons: and sold direct from the owners to the farmers, thus in- suring him best values for his out-lay, as the land is not loaded with selling commissions. The first offerings are in Dickens County, Texas. Lands produce wonderfully; easily cul- tivated. Reliable cotton territory, this crop having never failed. Absolutely free from boll-weevil—it cannot propagate bere. Corn and feed stuffs and great range of farm crop pro- duce abundantly. Ideal for hog raising—cholara unknown. The Stamford & Northwestern ^Railway is being pushed into this country, and will be operating in time to handle the 1909 crop. Present purchasers get the bene- fit of best prices, easy terms, with certainty of railroad facilities and increased value of holding....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 January 1909

•7 i LOCALS AND PERSONALS County court is in session this week. I can pay 3rd class scrip to register No 3187. J. M. V. Bulloch A large lot of 85.00 suits to select from at Farmers Supply Co. C. H. Featherston was in from Oriana a day or so since last issue. Ned Springer was in from the surveyors' camp Sunda}', just to see the folks. Bass prescription 3363 relieves pain. For sale by "Little Joe"' the druggist. Miss Tryxie Woolly returned Saturday from her visit to rela- tives at Overton. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wynn on the morning of the 4th inst. a baby girl. The gratest country in the world is the Brownsville country read the ad in this issue. I can handle some Vendors Lien Notes at a discount. D. R. Couch. We are now experiencing some real wintry weather, being the -vultlesi oi the season so tan Ed Huntsman has moved to town and is occupying the house north of R. D. Senter place. Our public school which had suspended for the holidays re- sumed work again Monday. We are in rece...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 January 1909

r o OI [OI ••• The •••• A Ai V •••• flSPERMONT PHrtRWftGY ••• el Carries A Complete Line Of DRUGS Druggist's Sundries, Chemicals, Paints, Oil, Patent Medicines, Window Glass, In fact everything usually carried in a first-class Drug Store. We want a share of your patronage. THE ASPERMONT PHARMACY, S. W. Thomas, Proprietor, SUCCESSOR TO "LITTLE JOE" THE DRUGGIST. STATE PARTY SEEING CENTRAL WEST TEXAS State Officials And Newspa- per Men in Autos Tourr ing West Texas. o [OK itx ioi o J A party of distinguished gen- tlemen traveling in two large touring cars were in our little city for a short time Tuesday morning enroute to the Spur ranch. In the party were: E. R. Kone of Austin, State Com- missioner of agriculture and ex- officio member of the board of directors of the A. & M. College; Dr. H. H. Harrington of Fort Worth, State director of Agri- cultural and experiment stations; Judge K. K. Leggett of Abilene, president of the board of direc- tors of the A. & M. College; Wal- to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 January 1909

'M'i'LVWvi-i'i'W^-K'i-wW'i'i'i'WV.'ioi-ywvi'i'r:' 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 Day. 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, Farmers' Supply Co. § „ © The Palace Barber Shop S. C. HOPKINS, Prop. Hair Cut. - 35c Shampoo 35c Shave 15c Massage 35c Tonic 10c Singe 35c Haskell to Have New Jail Haskell, Tex., Dec. 26.—The vote on a bond issue of $20,000 for the erection of a county jail at Haskell carried b\T a large major- ity. First Door North P. O. TWO CHAIRS FIRST-CLASS WORK $50 SCHOLARSHIP FOR $30 Beginning- Monday Nov. 2, we will place One Hundred Scholarships on sale at $30; regular price $50. Bookkeeping, Shorthand or Telegraphy; Western Union and M. K. &am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 January 1909

" $500,000 TO LOAN On Farm and Ranch Land Ranging in Sums From $5,000 Upward at 8 Per ^ Cent. Vendors' Lien Notes Bought and í< Extended : : ^ JOHNSON & SHELTON HAMLIN, TEXAS iELTON I lS J iLun^P Lumber We are now better prepared than ever to furnish any kind of lumber and building material. Don t go to other places for lumber when we can "fill the bill at R. R. prices, with freight added, or strictly R. R. prices and you do the hauling from the railroad. We appreciate your past patronage and solicit a continuance of your trade for 1909. Wishing ail our customers a happy New Year, we are Yours for business, R. B. SPENCER & CO. ASPERMONT, TEXAS 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. 4 Green Harrison, Prop. Swift, Sure, Satisfactory Service. Long Distance Connections To Farmers and those living' in the rural d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 January 1909

1909 WEDDING BELLS. One of Our Most Popular Young Ladies at The Marriage Altar. We hope to merit your continued patronage the ensuing year by en- deavoring to give even better service than ever. The larger our busi- ness grows the more we are able to do for you. Our ever increasing stock makes selection of sundries easier for our customers, and the more rapid sales of drugs, etc., insures their freshness at all times. Will Marr THROUGH SERVICE ON THE ORIENT Beginning Sunday Jan. 3, the Kansas City, Mexico & Orient Ry. Co. will operate daily trains trom Sweetwater to Wichita, Kansas. The schedule is as follows: Passenger train No. 2 north bound will leave Sweetwater 10:40p. m. Passenger train No. 1 south bound will arrive 6:10 a. m. Freight train No. 18 north bound will leave Sweetwater 7:30 a. m. No. 17 south bound will ar- rive 5 p. m. Altus, Okla. is the division point. The passenger schedule makes close connections with T. & P. passenger trains. Those desiring to have ple...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 January 1909

TheAspermontSta S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, January 14,1909. Vol. II, No. Construction of Stamford & Northwestern Begin; CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT FOR STAMFORD LINE. WORK BEGINS AT ONCE ON NEW RAILROAD. Automobile Party Guests Of Stamford Commercial Club Returns After Trip Over Country. Stamford, Texas, Jan. 7.—The contract for the construction of the Stamford and Northwestern Railway from Stamford to Dick- ens County has been awarded to the firm of P. M. Johnson & Son of St. Elmo, 111. The contract includes grading-, bridging* and everything with the exception of laying of the steel and ties. They are to begin work at once, and the work will be pushed with all possible rapidity. Hundreds of teams will be placed at work, and everything will be made ready for the steel at the earliest possible moment. There at present four crews at work on the line and very soon the entire route will be dotted j with gansrs of construction men. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 January 1909

ERMONT -ÍS.&S ka|r' M' person Will not) s&lk e Witt ynvar ia jy hang aro With "those who se o ajenan ge i«ta iiii- ■ • THUMJiS, ED:'AND PROP. Subscription, $1 f\ Year. HARRISON TELEPHONE NUMBER 13 Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mbrit," Texas, as second-class mail matter. It costs no more for a dull mer- chant to brush off his goods than it would to advertise and sell them. The man who never makes mistakes misses a good many splendid chances to learn some- thin?. There are two reasons why some people don't mind their own business. One is they hav- en't any mind, and the other is that they haven't any business. Governor Campbell seems de- termined to enforce the Sunday and anti-gambling laws. We commend him for his efforts: the laws should be rigidly en- forced or repeal them. Who weeps with you when you are sad, and laughs when you are glad, and smiles with you when you are mad—the editor. Who has to be both kind and wise and never (hardly ever) lies, and when he does cr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 January 1909

Perhaps it is true, there never was a garment too fine for a man or a maid; there never was a chair too good for a cobbler or a cooper or a king to sit in; never a house too fine to shelter the hum- an head. But often times do we not value all these things far more than the}7 are worth and sometimes mortgage a house for the mahogany we bring into it? Had we not better forego the pleasure of all these than con- sume ourselves before we get a place we can call home and take to much pains with the outside that the inside is as hollow as an empty nut. Beauty is a great thing, but beauty of garment and* house and furniture are taw- dry ornaments compared with -domestic love. All the elegance in the world will not make a home and a spoonful of love exceeds whole ship loads of furniture and al^he gorgeousness the world can gather. GETTING THE FACTS STEVENS YOU LOOK FOR TROUBLE If jo* «Hala a Rnarm of doubt- ful quality •xpwtencad Hunter's and Marksman's Ideal It a reliable, unerring STEVEN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 January 1909

Wm LOCALS AND PERSONALS List your land and town prop- erty with McCarty & WjTnn. Woodson Rollins is up from Al- pine on a visit to the home folks. Seven knife stalk cutter for $26.50, at Farmers Supply Co. A fine line of Valentines to ar- rive at Aspermont Pharmacy. Our foreman J. W. Thompson, is attending district court at Anson this week. $7.50 to $11.50 suits now on sale at $5.00 at Farmer's Supply Co. W. C. Lynch and family returned the latter part of last week from a visit to relatives at Albany. Get one of those 20th century lister planters; complete $30.00. Farmers Supply Co. McCarty & Wynn can sell your land or city property if any- body can. List with them. John Ward, Jr., has moved to Sierra Blanca, Texas, where he has filed on four sections of school land. Lots of clothing-, shoes, hats, cloaks, etc. still to go at low prices. Farmers Supply Co. Joe Crow is suffering from a bone felon on one of his fingers which is giving him no little an- noyance. The greatest co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 January 1909

[O] III [OK [OK ••• The •••• X 11 V •••• ftSPERMONT PHARMACY ••• Carries A Complete Line Of DRUGS Druggist's Sundries, Chemicals, Paints, Oil, Patent Medicines, Window Glass, In fact everything usually carried in a first-class Drug Store. We want a share of your patronage. THE ASPERMONT PHARMACY, S. W. Thomas, Proprietor, SUCCESSOR TO "LITTLE JOE" THE DRUGGIST. W. O. W. Installation R. S. Tillolson, Will Marr, E. A. Lindsey, Jenks Garrett, and the Star man attended the instal- lation of officers of Hahn camp W. O. W. Saturday night. Sovereign Spears of Rule was present and assisted in the in- stallation ceremonies. The fol- lowing officers were installed for the ensuing year: H. C. Hahn, Con. Com., C. N. Poore, Adv. Lieut., Ed Hahn, Clerk, J. W. McMeans, Banker, W. B. Rimes, Escort, Will Gardner, Watchman, B. F. Gardner, Sentry. After the ofiicers were duly installed coffee and cake was ser- ved and cigars distributed to those who indulged in the smoke habit. Sovereign Spears was ca...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 January 1909

" niiuwiiai1''WWMrfi 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 Day. 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 k Price Don't tail to call. Respectfully, Farmers' Supply Co. § The Palace Barber Shop S. C. HOPKINS, Prop. Hair Cut I .>dc ! Shampoo . 35c Shave 15c ! Massage. 35c Tonic 10c Singe 35c First Door North P. O. f TWO CHAIRS FIRST-GLASS WORK { $50 SCHOLARSHIP FOR $30 Beginning: Monday Nov. 2, we will place One Hundred Scholarships on sale at $30; regular price $50. Bookkeeping, Shorthand or Telegraphy; Western Union and M. K. & T. Main Line practice for pupils. Position guaranteed. Instruc- tions free by mail if scholarship is purchased now. If you cannot enter soon get our home study; we will increase ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 January 1909

s ttMMHMN $500,000 TO LOAN ^ On Farm and Ranch Land Ranging in Sums From $5,000 Upward at 8 Per ►i* Cent. Vendors'Lien Notes Bought and ^ Extended * I JOHNSON & SHELTON I HAMLIN, TEXAS tiTá>T"<kT<tT"dwTd 4 tT" Crude Thots as They Fall From the Editoral Pen. Pleasant Evep- ipg Reveries. A Column Dedicated to tired Mothers as They Join the Home Circle at Evening Time We are now better prepared than ever to furnish any kind of lumber and building material. Don't go to other places for lumber when we can "fill the bill at R. R. prices, with freight added, or strictly R. R. prices and you do the hauling from the railroad. We appreciate your past patronage and solicit a continuance of your trade for 1909. Wishing all our customers a happy New Year, we are Yours for business, R. B. SPENCER & CO. ASPERMONT, TEXAS * Harrison Telephone Co. * Green Harrison, Prop. Swift, Sure, Satisfactory Service. Long Distance Connections To Farmers and those living- in the rural districts: ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 January 1909

I 1909 w ■-' " - ;* We hope to merit your continued patronage the ensuing year by en- deavoring to give even better service than ever. The larger our busi- ness grows the more we are able to do for you. Our ever increasing stock makes selection of sundries easier for our customers, and the more rapid sales of drugs, etc., insures their freshness at all times. % ^!!/ Y Is — \J 1 vtl! RESIDENCE FOR SALE Four rooms, two porches, Cistern, out houses, Storm Cellar, Six Lots all un- der fence. This Place Is a bargain if sold at once. Located in East part of town. For price and terms apply to S. W. THOMAS, at Star Office. LEGAL RIGHTS OF SNORERS Judicial Determination That It Is Nof "Cruel and Inhuman" Treatment Settles One Point. The fact has been judicially es- tablished that snoring is not such "cruel and inhuman treatment" as to constitute just and legal grounds for divorce. The decision is of great value to the rest of mankind. It fixes a precedent whereby a man or woman may be protec...

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