The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 13, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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LOCALS AND FEKSONALS
W. D. Holland came in from
Candidate cards at the Star
Bass prescription 3363 relieves
Mrs. J. W. Forgus is on the
sick list this week.
Wanted—Fat hogs at Crume
J. H. Hahn and daughter were
in from Brazos Valiey Saturday.
Bass' 3363 is a specific for colds
and lagrippe, guaranteed.
E. F. Gibson and lady were in
from Mattie community Mon-
Bass' Colic and Diarrhoea rem-
edy hits the spot when others
fail. Try it.
N. G. Rollins left Tuesday for
the eastern markets to purchase
dry goods. —
A good cook stove for sale at
Tom's Cafe; good as new—cheap
for cash. tf
Rotan voted to incorporate and
an election to seledt officers has
DeWitt's Carbolized Witch
Hazel Salve is especially good for
piles. Sold by Will Marr.
Thos. M^ Long's new residence
in Keen addition is nearing com-
Fresh Oysters . and Trout
at Tom's Cafe every Friday and
The young people were enter-
tained at the residence of G. S.
Avery Saturday night.
Opr pastures are posted. Wood
haulers will be prosecuted as
trtBcpassers. W. D. Lang.
, Commissioners court is in ses-
sion this week with C. B. Robert-
fl}n absent. Burrel hasn't suffi-
ciently recovered from the in j uries
recieved in a runaway a short
time ago to be out yet.
Don't fail to attend Wiggins'
entertainment at the court house
Saturday night. Admission only
20 cents for adults, and 10 cents
for children under 10 years of age.
Kodol is a scientific prepara-
tion pf vegetable acids with na-
tural digestants and contains the
same juices found in a healthy
stomach. Each dose will digest
afore than 3,000 grains of good
ood. Sold by Will Marr.
We regret to note the fact that
tbeR. B. Spencer Lumber Co. has
¿one into the bands of a receiver.
However, there is little doubt
but that they are perfectly sol-
vent and that everything will be
satisfactorily adjusted in the near
future^ The yard at Aspermont
js goiug ahead with the business
and we hope to see it continue
Mrs. Edwards, mother of our
townsman Z. J. Edwards and W.
F. Edwards of the southwest part
of county, died at her daughters,
Mrs. R. P. Odom near Dressy
/Calaban county one day last week.
Mrs. Edwards was about 75
ipears old and had been a widow
twelve or fifteen jrears.
We take pleasure in presenting
* the name of R. M. Reed of Stone-
wall Co. as a candidate for repre-
sentative for the 104th district,
Mr. Reed is a lawyer of ability,
and is well qualified for the po-
sition to which he aspires. If
elected no district in Texas will
be more ably represented than
the 104th. We need a good rep-
tentative, hence we request your
onsideration of his claims.—Ar-
"Farmer" Ginn was in from
Fresh home-made lard at J. E.
Keen's meat market.
This warm sunshiney weath-
er is having the desired effect on
the candidate crop.
Aspermont now sports a knife
board and the boys are dropping
their nickels right along.
Cotton pickers should have a
bottle of Bass' Hand Lotion. It
has no superior for chapped
The National bank examiner was
inspecting the business of the
First National Bank this week.
Wanted to buy fat beeves and
hogs, highest market price paid.
See me at the meat market.
Mrs. Ira Border and daughter,
Miss Ruth of Hamlin, visited with
relatives here the past week.
H. Boydstun was in from Braz-
os Valley Wednesday and re-
membered us in a substantial
Mrs. M. E. Evans was in from
Shinery Bend Wednesday and
paid us cash for the Star and
Kennedy's Laxative Cough acts
gentle but promptly on the bow-
els. It stops the cough by sooth-
ing the throat ánd lung irritation.
Sold by Will Marjr.
Wiggins will keep you laugh-
ing all through his performance.
Be sure to come out Saturday
night and hear him.
If you want a small piece of
land near Aspermont at a small
price and on reasonable terms
Thomas & Reed.
S. S. McCord is having a nice
residence erected in the Keen ad-
dition. By the way, the Keen
addition is getting to look real
R. M. Reed our candidate for
representative, is receiving very
flattering encouragement from
all over the district, which is
pleasing to his friends here.
Hiel Campbell of Hamlin came
over and overhauled oúr engine
and put it in running order once
more. He is there with the goods
when it comes to work in this
A. H. Forstmeyer of Haskell
is in Aspermont in the interest of
the organization of a lodge of
Fraternal Bankers. From what
we can learn of this order we
think it worthy of investigation.
Cards are out announcing the
coming marriage of Chas. H.
Featherston of Oriana to Miss
Sude Gilman of Gustine, Texas,
the event to take place at the
brides home Sunday, February
16th. We extend congratula-
tions in advance of the happy
W. H. Pursley, of Fresno,
Calif., came in Sunday and was
met here by Berry Pursley and
went out to the Kent county
ranch. Mr. Pursley is a brother
of G. A. Pursley and an uncle of
Berry Pursley of Kent county.
He expressed himself as well
pleased with our town and coun-
Since the postoffice at Lingo
has been discontinued a petition
has gone to the department at
Washington. City asking for an-
other office to be christened
"Peacock." We trust those peo-
ple willsuceed in getting an office
as it is badly needed and will not
create any extre expense to the
government as it is directly on
the established route.
The following' píiees vtftt bé
charged for announcements:
For district offices $7.50
For courfty offices 5.00
For precinct offices 3.00
Terms:—Cash In Advance
For Representative 104th Dist:
R. M. Reed, Aspermont.
For County Judge,
D. M. Oldham.
For Sheriff and Tax Collector,
W. S. Crowder,
B R. Buchanan,
T. L. Marr.
For County and District Clerk,
R. S. Tillotson.
For County Treasurer:
J. M. V. Bulloch.
Mrs. Etta Hill,
A. M. Ferguson,
For Tax Assessor,
H. H. Hill.
For County Attorney:
For Public Weigher:
J. W. Carroll
Mrs. Etta Hi 1
In this issue Mrs. Etta Hill
asks us to present her name as a
candidate for County Treasuaer
of Stonewall county. To, an-
nounce a lady for public office is
something we have never before
had the pleasure of doing, but in
presenting the name of Mrs. Hill
we do so with the consciousness
that she is thoroughly competent
to fill the position and highly de-
serving of any favors which the
public may bestow upon her.
She is a widow lady and will ap-
preciate your vote and intiuence
in this race'. Being a lady she
will not, perhaps, be able to make
a canvass of the county, but must
rely upon her friends to do this
A. G. Hemphill, Asp., 1.00
W.Walsh Point Rocks Kas. 1.00
H. M. Simpson, Monahans, .50
D. M. Oldham, Asp., 1.00
Joel Durham, ,, 1.00
E. F. Gibson, Mattie, 1.00
H. Boydston, Gatling, 3.50
Mrs. M. Evans, Asp., 1.00
3363 cures headache, backache
and quiets restlessness. See your
Having purchased the
Owl Cafe I am now
prepared to give my
many friends and cus
tomers a nice
on short notice. Also
will have in connection
the only first class lee
Cream Parlor, Cold
Drinks and fine Cigars
in West Texas.
GOLDS, H0ARSNESS BRONCHITIS
There is one cough and cold remedy which is sold at
our drug store which creates more favorable comment
and is spoken of more frequently by our customers than
any other cough remedy which is so d by us. The name
of this remedy is
White Pine Cough Syrup With Tar
It is Absolutely pure and harmless, a preparation that
can be given to children as well as adults. We also
give them our assurance that it is a preparation on which
they can re y when a severe cough or cold is in the fam-
PRICZ 50c. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.
A R R
YOU WILL NEED
Drugs For 1908
I received a very liberal share
of your patronage during the year
1907 for which I thank you, and I
• now come asking your further i v
y patronage for the NEW YEAR, y
Remember my stock is fresh and
clean and I employ competent
clerks to handle my drugs and
\ v.- •••;•
New Barber Shop
. . V
I am again in the barber business near th<
post office and prepared to do your work in
a first-class manner. Call and see me
EAST SIDE !£££!
NEXT DOOR TO M. AND P BANK
Everything kept neat and clean.
Shaving Shampooing and Hair
Cutting done in the Latest Style.
W. NELSON, Prop.
C. F. McCall the Photographer is still in
Aspermont and will remain until about
March 1st. Call and inspect my work.
AT THE TENT ON THE SXUARE
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Thomas, S. W. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 32, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 13, 1908, newspaper, February 13, 1908; Aspermont, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth168352/m1/3/: accessed March 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.