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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 January 1909

S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, January 21,1909. Vol. Don't Fail To Pay Your Poll Tax Before Februai OFFICERS FOR NEW RAILROAD DIRECTORS OF STAMFORD & NORTH- WESTFRN HOLD FIRST MEETING AND ELECT OFFICERS WORK TO GO FORWARD New Road Is Colorado Southern Prop- osition Under Supervisión of D. B. Keeler of Denver Road Stamford, Texas, Jan. 13.—The organization and management of | light, the Stamford & Northwestei-n1 railroad was decided upon today. The board of directors held their first meeting. The following officers were elected: L. M. Buie, Stamford, president; R. V. Colbert, Stamford, dent; L. B. Priton, Stamford, secretary, and S. M. Hudson, Fort Worth, treasurer. The following appointments were made effective this date: P. G. Burns, chief engineer, with headquarters at Stamford; Spoonts, Thompson & Barwise, general attorneys, quarters at Fort Worth. D..B. Keeler, vice president of the Fort Worth & Denver, at- tended ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 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. Hon. A. M. Kennedy of Waco was elected Speaker of the house of representatives over several opponents and the strenuous pro- testations of Gov. Tom Campbell, Running our eye along the col- umn of court news in Anson papers we were deeply impressed with the large number of divorce suits on the dockets of that county, and we are at a loss to account for same. We do not know of a county anywhere in the west with as many divorce cases on its docket. For several weeks we have re- frained from "boring'' our citi- zens with our eulogy on that beautiful building which adorns the puplic square in the town of Aspermont. There may be a few new-comers here who have not yet discovered this structure, if so we would be glad to show them around the square and con- duct them'to this"mag-no-ficient"...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 January 1909

R8S Catarrh and Headache. Mrs. Z. E. Goforth, 2119 Holly Street, Kansas City, writes: "After using" a sample bottle and two 25c bottles of Hunt's Light- ning Oil, I am almost well of Ca- tarrh. It stop my headaches. It is the best medicine I ever saw and 1 just can't keep house with- out it," She is right. A Combination Offer. To those who pay cash in ad- vance and also those who pay arrearages to the amount of one year we are going to give abso- lutely free the Southern Agri- culturist, published at Nashville, Tenn. This offer will not last long, so hurry up with the "dough." A large lot of S5.00 suits to select from at Farmers Supply Co. STEVENS YOU LOOK FOR TROUBLE if jou obtain I Firearm of doubt- ful quality > The experienced Hunter's and m Marksman's Ideal is a reliable, unerrlngSTEVENS FIND OUT WHY by shooting our popular RIFLES-SHOTGUNS PISTOLS Ask your local Hardware or Sporting Goods Mer- chant for the STETEKS. If you cannot obtain, ship direct, express pre- paid, upon ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 January 1909

• . |g|g¡f| ' " •-i LOCALS AND PERSONALS List your land and town prop- erty with McCarty & Wynn. Seven knife stalk cutterr fo $26.50, at Farmers Supply Co. Mrs. D. M. Oldham has been quite sick the past few days. Aug. Hecht, Jr., of near Sager- ton has moved near Aspermont. Before buying Aspermont property, talk with R. M. Reed. A fine line of Valentines to ar- rive at Aspermont Pharmacy. Herbert Lang was in from the ranch the latter part of the week. J. D. Smith was in from his ranch near Double Montains Tuesday. Reed's "West Side Addition" is the cheapest and best thing on the market. B. F. Huntsman is moving this week to Shinery Lake where he will farm this year. McCarty & Wynn sold this week lot 6 in block 45 to W. P. Guest for $800.00. T. P. Holt has moved his res- taurant into the building adjoin- ing on the south. H. C. Griffin has moved to town and is occupying the Pres- ton Abbotf residence. Get one of those 20th century lister planters; price only $25.00. Farmers S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 January 1909

á&si^^aBg ? ¡sag 1^11 S§*: & Bp ;>=í^ V;^ rf ■ ; toe [ok :#k [ok [ok Ik ••• The •••• A XI V •• • flSP&RMONT PHARMACY ••• Carries A Complete Line Of DRUGS Druggist's Sundries, Chemicals, Paints, Oil, Patent Medicines, Window Glass, . In fact evarything 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. [ok ir. aw xok [ol Governor Two-cent railroad fares. Extension of sugar industry. Abolition of convict lease sys- tem. Thorough investigation of pen^ itentiary affairs. More power for executive to effect constitutional provision that he shall cause the laws to be enforced. Removal of county officers who do not*perform duties by suit in their home counties, or in Travis County at option of At- torney General. Provide for reimbursement pf county school funds said to have been squandered in many counties. Punish disappointed book dealers, said to be interfe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 January 1909

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 vvomens' 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. 5<ii®í<®®®®^M®®®®^^®®®®*M®®®®^)í(®®®®!í0í®* The Palace Barber Shop S. C. HOPKINS, Prop. Hair Cut Shave. Tonic •JÓC 15c 10c Shampoo 35c Massage * 35c Sinye 35c First Door North P. O. TWO CHAIRS FSRST-GLASS WORK $50 SCHOLARSHIP FOR $30 Beginning- Monday Nov. 2, we will place One Hundred Scholarships on sale at $30; regular price S50. 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...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 January 1909

$500,000 TO LOAN On Farm and Ranch Land Ranging in ¡j¡ Sums From $5,000 Upward at 8 Per Cent. Vendors' Lien Notes Bought and ^ Extended * I JOHNSON & SHELTON ^ HAMLIN, TEXAS ILTON | Jj 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 app/eciate 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 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 Praise the work of your child- ren no matter how trivial the act. It will give them an honest desire to do better next time. Brother, when you come in from work in the evening-, we all kno...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 January 1909

1 1909 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 more rapid sales of drugs, etc., insures their freshness at all times. 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. MEMORIES OF JOSEPHINE. Now that Malmaison has reverted to the French nation, possessors of objects once associated with it all tlie world over are showing them- selves quite eager to restore t^em to the place so inseparably associat- ed with the sad romance of Bona- parte's unfortunate empress. The Bonaparte legend may be dead enough; the Josephine legend is not. Her harp is the latest object to find its way back. CONFLICTING AMBITIONS. "Papa," said the fashionable daughter,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 January 1909

BATS TMOÍ ' M S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall po., TEXAS, Thursday, January 28,1909. Vol. II, No. Ü-1.1 Don't Fail To Pay Your Poll Tax Before February I, — . — ; 3 pÍ¡ AMICABLE AR- RANGEMENTS. NO OBJECTION TO THE CROSSING IS MADE. CORDIAL RELATIONSHIP Between Texas Central and Stamford and Northwes- tern Railroads. Judge L. M. Buie, president of the Stamford and Northwestern; P. C. Burns, cheif engineer; and W. E. Bogart, cheif division en- gineer, returned Saturday morn- ing from Waco, where they had been in conference with Col. Charles Hamilton, general sup- erintendent of the Texas Cen- tral, with reference to Stamford and Northwestern crossing the Texas Central. It is gratify- ing to announce that the Stam- ford gentlemen were met with cordiality by Col. Hamilton and be listened with favorable ears to their claims and granted their request with pleasure. Judge Buie said Col. Hamilton talked very fair and reasonable about the proposition, and satisfacto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 January 1909

isla I r -1 THE ASPERMONT STAR. Published Every Thursday S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. Subscription, $1 A Year. Stamford & Northwestern Railway Company, notice of Special Stockholders ing. Meet- harrison telephone number 13 Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. It now seems likely that sub- mission will be defeated in the legislature. A band of negro robbers visited the town of Grand Prairie in Dal- las county, a few nights since and burglarized seventeen houses. What may citizens of Stonewall expect? A white woman is ravished and possibly murdered. An angry mob hangs a negro brute; but is the wound thus inflicted upon the fair woman healed, or is she brought back to life? One of the saddest accidents of modern times happened six miles west of Roby a few days since. A Mr. Headstream and family had gone to the Morton Chapel to at- tend Sunday school, and being the first ones to arrive endeavored to start a fire with gasoline, mis- taking it f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 January 1909

:W0 Catarrh and Headache. Mrs. Z. E. Goforth, 2119 Holly Street, Kansas City, writes: "After using a sample bottle and two 25c bottles of Hunt's Light- ning Oil, I am almost well of Ca- tarrh. It stop m\r headaches. It is the best medicine I ever saw and 1 just can't keep house with- out it." She is right. A Combination Offer. To those who pay cash in ad- vance and also those who pay arrearages to the amount of one year we are going to give abso- lutely free the Southern Agri- culturist, published at Nashville, Tenn. This offer will not last long, so hurry up with the "dough." A large lot of $5.00 suits to select from at Farmers Supply Co. STEJENS YOU LOOK FOR TROUBLE If job obtain i Firearm of doubt- ful quality The experienced Hunter's and ' Marksman's Ideal .unerring STEVENS FIND OUT WHY by «hooting our popular I RIFLES-SHOTGUNS PISTOLS Ask your local Hardware or Sporting Goods Mer- chant for tho STEVENS, If you cannot obtain, ship direct, expresa pre- $ paid, upon receipt oí Cat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 January 1909

LOCALS AND PERSONALS Will Marr made a business trip to Hamlin Tuesday. Overcoats at almost half price Farmer's Supply Co. Miss Emma Guest has returned home from Simmons College. List your land and town prop- erty with McCarty & Wynn. Joe Tanner has sold his resi- dence to Miss Lou Anderson. Seven knife stalk cutterr for $26.50, at Farmers Supply Co. W. B. Finley of Carbon, is prospecting in town this week. Before buying Aspermont property, talk with R. M. Reed. H. C. Griffin has purchased the S. S. McCord place in Keen addi- tion. A fine line of Valentines to ar- rive at Aspermont Pharmacy. S. S. McCord is having a resi- dence built in the south part of town. $7.50 to $11.50 suits now on sale at $5.00 at Farmer's Supply Co. Born to M. and Mrs. S. M. Waits, Sunday Jan. 24th. a baby girl. Boss Edwards was in from his place on Double Mountain river Monday. Reed's "West Side Addition" is the cheapest and best thing on the market. Rev. A. T. Ford is confined to his room this week we ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 January 1909

mm noi [OI lOl ••• The •••• A 11 V •••• ftSPERWONT PHflRMflGY • •• Ife 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 DRUGCIST. o B. Y. P. U. Program. Sunday, January 31. Leader—Mrs. Couch Subject—Great Missionary movement in the last three de- cades. Scripture—Psalm 34. Y. M. C. A.—Frank Skinner. The Students Volunteer—Mr. Lawrence Zant. Special Song1. The Young-Peoples Societies— Beulah Fillingim. Scripture Quotations. Womans Work for Missions— Mrs. Lynch. The Laymen's Movement—W. T. Daniel. What are you doing for Christ —Miss Emma Guest. Collection Song Pra}'er. Ik, [OK ¡ti o J Epworth League Program Sunday, January 31. Leader—Mrs. Jenks Garrett. Subject—For Love's Sake. Responsive reading—Psalms 12 and 13 Prayer. Bible Illustrations. How God...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 January 1909

' TIRED OF LIVING KILLED HIS CHUM AND JHEN HIMSELF Bunk Long, Emma Bank Cashier, Commits Terrible Double Crime. BALLS THROUGH BRAIN After Shooting Best Friend Despondent Young Banker Turns Pistol Against Him- self. Amarillo, Texas, Jan. 19.— (Special.) Information has been received here of one of the most shocking tragedies on record in Crosby county, the details of which outline the murder of a merchant by the name of Mont- gomery and the suicide of Bunk Long, cashier of the Bank of Emma, at Emma, Texas. It is alleged that the men were drink- ing during Sunday afternoon in the store of Montgomery behind closed doors, only a youth being present with them. Long sug- gested that he was weary of life and wanted to try death. Mont- gomery is said to have stated that if Long felt that way about it, he did also. Long was then called to the telphone but return- ed later and renewed the conver- sation about death. He then asked Montgomery if he wanted to die. It is alleged that he re- ceive...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 January 1909

r k * * * * * * t iT"4iT"AiTJkTi i L"TjwTÍLTÍL"T"|kTaTaT(| 'TTTTyTTTTTfTTI $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 Extended I JOHI WBHI' JOHNSON & SHELTON HAMLIN, TEXAS 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 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 ST «ra ya grec-a iff* and those living- in the rural a B 2ÜE lEiCrE districts: This company is ready for your business. You are in daily need of prompt connections which we ar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 January 1909

ffllílittitl iAMÉMáafeita 'nrrrr'ri'f Ada1rtl¿^i« ones ancjUfle all aty"™"' ^ e by *"Á _ ^ ii;i .,... ÜY€ heading of, "Eíkés'and T)is- 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. RESIDENCE FOR SALE Four rooms, two porches, Cistern, out houses, Storm Cellar, Six Lots all un- der tence. This Place is a bargain if sold at once. Located in East part of town. For price and terms apply to In ft Y " i! S. W. THOMAS, at Star Office. fts Xtoáiorf wMK.'ih.vL ***■*£,. ¿rfJUA.mn MrrmiHvntte j shall a man leave his rather ano mother and; shall cleavesfty> his flesha likes." He must want an angel from Heaven, and what would one do here on earth among the majority of the men of to-day? She would be too...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 February 1909

The Aspermont Sta S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, February 7,1909. Vol. II, — Don't be a Knocker. Join the Commercial 6lub. Be Progress!' = JOIN THE COM- MERCIAL CLUB It Is An Institution Of Which Every Citizen Of Stone- wall County Should Be A Member. This club has to do with many things aside from encouraging- enterprises and advertising the count}7, which are naturally to the best interest of every one, particularly among these being the matter of public roads, and what farmer or ranchman is not directly and materially concern- ed in good roads? There is in fact no limit to the possibilities, to the good work a commercial club may accomplish, not only for one town or locality ^ but for the entire county, and j there is practically no limit to the j good the people of the county j can do for themselves by co-oper- i ating with a commercial club, i Don't sit around and cuss the | club, but come along and help it ! do something. Poll T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 February 1909

?lpflsÍl THE ASPERMONT STAR. Published Every Thursday S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. Subscription, $1 A Year. h arrison telephone number 13 Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Stamford & Northwestern Railway Company. notice of Special Stockholders Meet- ing. We can almost hear the whistle blow,, and the conductor yell 4kAll out for Aspermont!" If you want a home in a mild, healthy climate come to Asper- mont. A hearty welcome awaits you.' It's all over now. If you didn't pay your poll tax you will realize before another twelve months rolls around that you should have. The Orient railroad has chan- ged its schedule so that the south- bound arrives at Sweetwater at 9 p. m., and the north-bound leaves Sweetwater at 10 a. m, Judge Spoonts of Fort Worth, general attorney for the Fort Worth & Denver railway, advo- cates a more liberal anti-pass law in .which newspapers and rail- roads may exchange courtesies. Long live Judge Spoonts! The Call...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 February 1909

¡WS ©--?- WORK WILL BE RUSHED The Stamford & Northwest- ern will be a Record Breaker in the Matter of Rapid Construc- tion of Its Line. People who think it will be two years or more before the j Stamford & Northwestern rail- j road is completed and a service j inaugurated are very much in j error. In less than twelve months the I entire line will be completed and in operation, and it is almost a certainty that Aspermont will have a train service in time to give special excursion rates for a 4th of July affair. Of course this could be easily and perhaps properly dismissed asa mere newspaper prediction, but here is a little solid phi- losophy to go with this state- ment: The Stamford & Northwest- ern is a part of one of the big- gest railroad systems in the United States. Big interests do big things in a very little time. When a big railroad system de- termines to construct a line the sum necessary for this work is arranged for and set side for this particular purpose. If ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 February 1909

gagSü LOCALS AND PERSONALS Lis? your land and town prop- erty with McCarty & Wynn. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sisk on the 24th ult., a baby boy. Bass prescription 3363 relieves pain. For sale b}* Aspermont Pharmacy. W. H. Armes of Oriana com- munity, is moving to Kent county near Jayton. Pete Garrett came in Monday and says be is back to stay—if the people will let him. T. T. Ginn and family of Mat- tie spent the first of the week with relatives in town. Judge W. J. Arrington, T. P. Holt and W. B. Bingham have gone to Clairemontto court. The greatest country in the world is the Brownsville country read the ad in this issue. Miss Georgia Dickey of Gray- son county is out on a visit to her uncle, S. R. Dickey and family. McCarty & Wynn can sell your land or "city property if any- body can. List with them. Miss Turner of Hamlin preach- ed at the Presbyterian church on Saturday and Sunday nights. Don't fail to see that beautiful line of valentines at The Asper- mont Pharmacy—Tanner's ...

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