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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 September 1909

ORDINANCES OF THE TOWN OF ASPERMONT. Town Council—Powers and duties. Chapter I. Article 1. Be it ordained by the town Council of the town of Aspermont, that there shall be elected by the qualified voters of said town annually hereafter at a General election held on the first Tuesday in April of each year, a Mayor and five Aldermen, who shail constitute the Town Council of the said Town of Aspermont. Art. 2. All elections hereafter held by the said town of Aspermont shall be held in accordance with and be gov- erned by the laws now in force and to be enacted by the State ofTexas relative to state and county elections. And in regard to such elections the Mayor and Aldermen shall have the same rights, powers, privileges and duties, respectively, as is conferred by the laws of the said State upon the County Judge and County Commissioners Courts. Art. 3. At said General elections there shall also be elected a Town Marshal, who shall hold his office until his successor shall be elected an...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 September 1909

/ R. B. Spencer & Co. FOR Lumber \ WE have enlarged our Lumber sheds and are filling them with new lumber. The best the market af- fords. We can show you one of the largest and best stocks lum- ber ever been in the West, and at prices that defy COMPETITION. Let us figure with you on your bills. - Yours truly, J. B. Lipscomb, M'gr STAMFORD & NORTHWESTERN > TELEPHONE COMPANY $ RoM. Caraway, Manager, - Aspermont, Texas Swift, Sure, Satisfactory Service. Long Distance Connections Ttffc FsSI«mORS^ and those living- in the rural ■ " ■ ■ inlCS 3 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 yqur home and TELEPHONE almost anywhere. Call "Central" and we will do the rest. Let us put in a 'phone $500,000 TO LOAN i $50 ■ On Fa On Farm and Ranch Land Ranging in ^ Sums From $5,000 Upward at 8 Per ^ ►£ Cent. Venders' Lien Notes Bought and >i< Extended ® * JOHNSON & SHELTON HAMLIN,...

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

LOCALS AND PERSONALS Rain. Good Crops. Goose hangs high. Farmers are all happy. Merchants, doctors, everybody smiling. A man who wouldn't smile now is gi*ouchy. The Aspermont Public School opens Monday. Fresh bread and pies at City Bakery. P. Brady has gone to Fort Worth-on business. T. C. Hqv and lady attended the Stamford reunion this week. Curtis Mays is back from Ori- ana where he spent a few weeks. Try Harvey's Prairie Dog Poison. Every bottle guaran- teed. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mavfield on the night of the 30th a 14 pound boy. Bass prescription 3363 relieve pain. For sate by Aspermont Pharmacy. Miss Maggie Johnson returned to Stamford Tuesday to complete her course in musi¿. Little T. P. Holt has been real sick with fever for several days but is now improving. No use to be troubled with dogs. Harvey's dog poison re- moves your trouble. Mrs. T. R. Fondren, of Lan- caster, is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. P. Holt of our town. J. W. Carter, an attorney from StephenviHe, spen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 September 1909

• r Higginbotham - Harris & Company LUMBER LUMBER ! LUMBER Our stock of lumber is now complete. We also carry in stock LIME, CEMENT, DOORS, WINDOWS, WIRE, BRICK, SCREEN DOORS and RED PICKET FENCING. Call on us when in need of any- thing in our line, We would be pleased to figure with you . . . 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. Beyond Expression. G. W. Farlowe, East Florence, Ala., writes: "For nearly seven years I was afflicteed with a form of skin disease which caused an almost unbearable itching-. I could neither work, rest or sleep in peace. Nothing gave me per- manent relief until I tried Hunt's Cure. One application relieved me; one box cured me, and thou- gh a year has passed I have stay_ ed cured. I am grateful beyond expression." Hunt's Cure is a guaranteed remedy for all itching diseases of the skin. Price 50c. Chamberlain's Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 September 1909

/ - : THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Euery Thursday S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. Subscrlptlorii A Year. harrison telephone number 13 Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month. Fluvanna, the terminus of the R. S. & P. Ry. will celebrate the advent of that road on Sept. 8, 9, and 10. Low excursion rates will be given on railroads. ys/s GO TO W. B. BINCHAM LIVERY STABLE AND WAGON YARD ■ If you want your teams cared for, or if you want to buy, sell or trade horses. Fair treatment and honest dealings. Peed constantly on hand for sale at lowest prices. . . W. B. BINGHAM, Prop. ASPERMONT, The old Ex-Confederates are holding forth at Stamford this week and telling tales of by-gone years. May that reunion prove both pleasant and profitable. While other towns have been sitting idly by and speculating as to what the crops were going to do, Aspermont has been gradual- ly building and she is still at it. Fine rains Sunday puts the cotton...

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

/ ■amount above prescribed on or before the tenth day of each month, and upon their failure to do so it shall be optional with the Scavenger to clean their privies for such month; pro- vided if any such person shall tender their payment after said date and the Scavenger shall accept the same, he shall be required to clean such privies the same as if such payment had been made before said date; and provided further, it shall be the duty of the Scavenger to issue a written receipt to all persons paying the tax above set out showing the name, date, amount and month for which' such payment is made. Art. 43. The Scavenger shall enter into a written con- tract with the Town Council, setting forth in plain and in- telligble language the duties he agrees to perform, and said duties so specified in said contract shall not be construed to abrogate his duties as provided in this Chapter, but shall be construed as additional duties to those specified herein. Chapter IV. Taxation. Art. 44. Be it...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 September 1909

■VWWM'IWW M VWVI'M %sw FARMERS SUPPLY CO. Wc are still at our old stand ready to serve you. Calf and see us. We carry a complete line of Dry Goods, Groceries, Shoes, Hats, Gent's and Ladies' Furnishings—All at the right price :::::::::: UNDERTAKER'S SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY. Our goods are fresh and new and we will meet "Railroad Prices." Thanking you for past favors and soliciting your future patronage, We wish to remain, Yours to serve, FARMERS SUPPLY CO. VWSV.WI-M W V Mccarty & wynn REAL ESTATE AGENTS We are now agents for the following- property: TOWNSITE COMPANY, OLDHAM ADDITION SOUTH SIDE ADDITION Also Business Houses and Residences, ¡Farm and Ranch Lands = : If you want anything in Stonewall County it will pay you to see us' before buying. OFFIGE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SQUARE Aspermont, Texas, g ««w4ÍBÍ Before You Bui!d Your House You Should See h. h. shadle The Up-to-Date Builder Aspermont, Texas He Can Save You ¿Money. Satisfaction Guaranteed -"BLANCHE DOMBEY".. A REGISTERED EN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 September 1909

Ill III I—III B'M - - IT-MBMTSV I in j|,i k ii m ■ jw^fhir ]n m \re V 11 r The Aspermont St S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, Sept. 9,1909. ANNOUNCEMENT OF TRAIN SERVICE Official Statement From Ft. Worth Relative to the S. & N. W. Line, Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 1, 1909.—Effective September 15, 1909, that portion of the line of the Stamford & Northwestern Railway between Stamford, Tex- as, and Jayton, Texas, will be opened for operation as a part of The Wichita Valley Railway. The following is a list of stations: miles distant from Wichita Falls Stamford Abilene Stamford 112.9 .0 38.6 *Capron 120.0 7.1 45.7 Sagerton 127.5 14.6 53.2 *Brandenbrg 134.2 21.3 59.5 Aspermont 144.5 31.6 '70.2 *Gowdy 149.6 36.7 75.3 *Alluvik 157.5 44.6 83.2 Jayton 171.4 5S.5 97.1 •Denotes non-agency stations. D. D. Keeler, Vice-President. We make abstracts that will pass anywhere—if you want to borrow money let us make your abstract. Johnson-Couch Land Ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 September 1909

THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. (Subscription 91 A Year. harrison telephone number 13 Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month. Won't 15ct. cotton look good to Stonewall farmers? Keep boosting! Everything is coming our way. If our east Texas friends could see some portions of West Texas —Stonewall county for instance— we believe their prejudices would melt to tears. In all probability the next cen- sus will give Texas twenty-two Congressmen, and the people are wondering whether or not this gain in numbers will prove profi- table to the state? After wearv months of toil and privatation. Dr. Fredrick A. Cook of New York has discover- ed the North Pole, and after all where's thex gain? But it was ever thus. Men will stake their lives and their all for a little notoriety. The "Jackson Cock-tail" is the latest drink in prohibition terri- tory. It is made of cider and Jamaica ginger and is s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 September 1909

LOCALS AND PERSONALS \A Ir Fresh bread and pies at City Bakery. Crawford Hoy and family are down from Borden county visit- ing relatives and friends. Buy your screen doors from R. B. Spencer & Co. H. R. Liles and family have moved from Cisco to make their home in Stonewall county. We write fire instrance in com- panies that pay, Johnson-Couch Land Title Co. Any one contemplating taking- piano lessons should see Miss Ethel Welch. We hear complaint of worms in the cotton in some portions of the county, but trust they will do no serious damage to the crop. Try Harvey's Prairie Dog Poison. Every bottle guaran- teed. S. D. Clack and lady were in from Peacock community Wed- nesday. Mrs. Clack had just returned from a visit to Claren- don and Mr. Clack was all smiles. A complete line of screen doors atR. B. Spencer & Co's. We want to loan you money on land. Johnson-Couch Land Title Co. W. D. Vincel dropped in to see us Wednesday and informed us that he had sold out in New Mexico an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 September 1909

Riter: Hardware: Company • Just Received Car of McCormick Corn Harvesters and Deering Binder Twine. See us if you need a binder, Mower, Hay Rake or anything in the Hardware line. Yours for Business Riter Hardware Co. f Aspermont, Texas. FARMERS SUPPLY CO. | We are still at our old stand ready to serve you. Call and see us. We carry a complete line of Dry Goods, Groceries, Shoes, Hats, Gent's and . am Ladies' Furnishings—All at the ^ right price ^ * UNDERTAKER'S SUPPLIES * A SPECIALTY. |l Our goods are fresh and new and we will meet "Railroad Prices." Thanking you for past favors and soliciting your future patronage, We wish to remain, Yours to serve, ' y M M M í i 4 i i Mccarty & wynn, REAL ESTATE AGENTS We are now agents for the following' property: TOWNSITE COMPANY, OLDHAM ADDITION SOUTH SIDE ADDITION Also Business Houses and Residences, —Farm and Ranch Lands ~ - If you want anything in Stonewall County it will pay you to see us before buying. OFFIGE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SQUARE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 September 1909

V Higginbotham - Harris & Gompany LUMBER LUMBER LUMBER Our stock of lumber is now complete. We also carry in stock LIME, CEMENT, DOORS, WINDOWS, WIRE, BRICK, SCREEN DOORS and RED PICKET FENCING. Call on us when in need of any- thing in our line, We would be pleased to figure with you . . . Aspermont, Texas i .. 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. J. C. Bryant was over from Stamford this week looking after his interests here. Abstracts, Loans, Fire Insur- ance. Johnson-Couch Land Title Co. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Reese on Martin's Ranch near Brazos Vallev Sept. 1st, a girl. Miss May-Belle Riddel return- ed to Kidd-Key college at Sher- man Monday. G. S. Aver> has reeeived his new bus and now makes all trains on the Stamford & Northwestern Bass prescription 3363 relieve pain. For sale by Aspermont Pharmacy. W. W. Eddleman, manager for Higginbotham-Ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 September 1909

OBDIJÍANCES OF THE TOWN OF ASPERMONT. Town Council—Powers and duties. Chapter I. Article 1. Be it ordained by the town Council of the town of Aspermont, that there shall be elected by the qualified voters of said town annually hereafter at a General election held on the first Tuesday in April of each year, a Mayor and five Aldermen, who shall constitute the Town Council of the said Town of Aspermont. Art. 2. All elections hereafter held by the said town of Aspermont shall be held in accordance with and be gov- erned by the laws now in force and to be enacted by the State ofTexas relative to state and county elections. And in regard to such elections the Mayor and Aldermen shall have the same rights, powers, privileges and duties, respectively, as is conferred by the laws of the said State upon the County Judge and County Commissioners Courts. Art. 3. At said General elections there shall also be elected a Town Marshal, who shall hold his office until his successor shall be elected a...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 September 1909

\s amount above prescribed on or before the tenth day of each month, and upon their failure to do so it shall be optional with the Scavenger to clean their privies for such month; pro- vided if any such person shall tender their payment aftej said date and the Scavenger shall accept the same, he shall be required to clean such privies the same as if such payment had been made before said date; and provided further, it shall be the duty of the Scavenger to issue a written receipt to all persons paying the tax above set out showing the name, date, amount and month for which such payment is made. Art. 43. The Scavenger shall enter into a written con- tract with the Town Council, setting forth in plain and in- telligble language the duties he agrees to perform, and said duties so specified in said contract shall not be construed to abrogate his duties as provided in this Chapter, but shall be construed as additional duties to those specified herein. Chapter IV. Taxation. Art. 44. Be it ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 September 1909

LOCALS AND PERSONALS Fresh bread and pies at City Bakery. Get a bottle of Harvey's prairie dog- poison. The Houston ball team won the 1909 penant. D. R. Couch left Tuesday for: Austin on business. 500 pencil tablets to select from at Aspermont Pharmacy. Work on the new school build- ing is moving- along nicely. Berr3T Pursley was in from his ranch the first of the week. Don't fail to read the page ad of Gray Land Co.- in this issue. S. L. Pierce is erecting a neat cottage in the West Side addition. A. T. Robinson has gone to Fort Worth and Dallas on busi- ness. Otis Osborn has moved to his new residence in Oldham addi- tion. We write deeds. Notary Public in office. Johnson-Couch Land Title Co. Allen Askey and family are over from Rotan visiting rela- tives. Will Auston has purchased W. S. Abbott's interest in the Won- der Store. Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mitchell of Mattie on morning of 29th a boy. Base ball gloves at cost on Sat- urday, better buy one now. Harvey-Lowry Drug Co. Wm...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 September 1909

■> R. B. Spencer & Co. FOR Lumber WE have enlarged our Lumber sheds and are filling them with new lumber. The best the market af- fords. We can show you one of the largest and best stocks lum- ber ever been in the West, and at prices that defy COMPETITION. Let us figure with you on your bills. - Yours truly, J. B. Lipscomb, M'gr. |$500 ™ On Pacn ^T"Á t"T"t iT"A iT"A LT"A CTi A iT^T<kT"<wT" rj^ f^ rjj ■/ ,000 TO LOAN On Farm and Ranch Land Ranging ^ Sums From $5>,000 Upward at 8 Per Gent. Vendors' Lsen Notes Bought and $ Extended : : : : * _ _ eÉÍSOÑ"Í~SHELTOÑ HAMLIN, TEXAS STAMFORD & NORTHWESTERN TELEPHONE COMPANY Robt. Caraway, Manager, - Aspermont, Texas JStL Swift, Sure, Satisfactory Service. & * ■V Long Distance Connections To Farmers 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 "Cent...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 September 1909

== • XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOX* UOIOIOIOTOK * * * * * * H * * H K ►:< * * * * M * * * * * M * * ►X oXoxoxoxo * ill $1,000 WORTH TQWN LOTS SEPT. 21 GIVEN AWAY SEPT. 21 ALLUVIA On Stamford & Northwestern Railway (Excursion Rates Stamford to Jayton) 14 miles Irom Aspermont and 45 miles from Stamford All to Alluvia on September the 21st 0% Will Receive Free Chances to $1,000 Worth of Real Estate In the town of Alluvia, Gray additions. These chances will cost you nothing. On the day named the new town of Alluvia will celebrate the inception of train service on the new railroad just completed. This is a chance to get in on the ground floor and buy property at bed rock prices. The sale will be by auction and you can buy the property you want on your own prices and terms. We will not knock you down nor will we club you into insensibility and take your money away from you. We will merely show you what we have, the future of the town, etc. and will then give you the option of buyin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 September 1909

gmiMPi TheAspermontSta S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., JEXAS, Thursday, Sept. 16,1909. Vol.12, No. 10 FIRST PASSENGER TR..IN INTO ASKRMONT Passenger Service Inaugurat- ed Wednesday, Sep- tember 15th. \ The first passenger train to blow its whistle in Aspermont arrived Wednesday morning at 10:20 in charge of J. E. Barry as conductor and Bradley engineer. The train was made up of two passenger coaches, one express and baggage coach and seyeral flat cars. In addition to the reg- ular train crew the following officials were on board: O. E. Maer, of Wichita Falls, Supt. of Wichita Valley; R. H. Tucker, of Fort Worth, general claim agent; J. D. Shuford, Ft. Worth, live stock agent; N. S. Davis, Ft. Worth, traveling pas- senger agent; J. N. Porter, Wichita Falls, roadmaster; E. J. Valentine, Wichita Falls, travel- ing auditor; Barney Schrieber, Ft. Worth, route agent, Wells Fargo Express; R. F. Honea, agent of the Wichita Valley, at Stamford. All these gentle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 September 1909

THE ASPERMONf STAR Published Every Thursday S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. Subscription, ® 1 f\ Year. harrison telephone number 13 Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month. The Bailey presidential boom has started. No telling where it will end. Regular train service! How does this sound to the denizens of Aspermont? Any young man who addresses a young lady as "kid" is not suit- able company for a decent girl. Regular train service has been inaugurated between Abilene and Ballinger on the Abilene & Southern railway. In these days the more you favor a man the less he thinks of you—of course there is an occa- sional exception to this rule. Aspermont is now connected with the outside world by regu- lar train service, which was in- augurated on the 15th inst. Local option carried in Chil- dress county, thus leaving only two wet counties, Wichita and Dallam, on the Denver road in Texas. Conservative estimates place the cotton cro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 September 1909

GENERAL DIRECTORY District Officers. Cullen C. Higgins, Judge, Jno. D. Hopson, Attorney, R. 8. Tillotson, Clerk. District Court meets 11th Monday ufter the 1st Monday in February and August. County Officers. Ernest Herring, Judge, R. d. Tillotson, Clerk, 8. R. Lanier, Sheriff and Col'r, J. M. V. Bulloch, Treasurer, W. T. Daniel, Attorney, H. H. Hill, Assessor, J. F. Lee, Surveyor. County Court meets uie 1st Monday in January, April, July and October. Commissioners. H. F. Luedecke, Precinct No. 1, W. M. McGinty, " " 2, J. W. McMeans, " "3, W. Y. Kennedy, " " 4 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. A. C. Bell, pastor. Sunday School 10 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wed- day night. Southern Presbyterian: Ser- vices on 2nd Sunday oí each month. J. F. Hardie, supply. Secret Societies....

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