The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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LAND TITLE COMPANY
We own and control the only ab-
stract of Stonewall county. We are
ready and equipped for prompt and
accurate work. Deed writing given
special attention. Notary Public al-
ways in office. Special price on large
tracts of land.
—Office in Carroll Building-
'We Protect Your Interest." Aspermont, Texas
WYNN & CO
GENERAL FEED STORE
Corn, Oats, Chops, Bran and
all kinds of feed kept in Stock.
Bast Side of the Square
NEW MEAT MARKET
East Side of Square
Fresh Beef, Pork, Saüsage, Lard, Etc.
Everything New and Up-To-Date.
Aspermont, - Texas
VCMT FRk'F Booklet entitled "Drangh-
| rnCC on's Eye Opener.'' It will
convince you that Draughon's Colleges
can, ""by tneir SUPERIOR and COPY-
RIGHTED methods, teach you more
Bookkeeping in THREE
months than others can in
SIX, and that Draughon's
Colleges teach only the =
BEST systems of SHORTHAND.
$300,000.00 capital; 2S Colleges in 16 States; J7 years' success.
PITCHING s&ar*vi or money refund- i FAQfti Law, Bookkeeping, Shorthand,
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fttii* Kile V.nrrlíali Tillo ®
ed. Written contract giv-
en. \For Catalog and "Eye Opener,"
call, 'phone, or write .Tno. F. Dravighon,
President, either place below mentioned.
Dallas, R. V.ror(h, San Antonio, Tyler, Austin, Waco, Galveston, El Pasa
Denison, St. Lctuis, Nasnviiie, Memphis, Kansas City, Etnoxville. Etc-
Arillnnetic, Bus English, El a.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Write for
prices on HOME STUDY.
To Publishers and Printers:
We manufacture the very highest grade of
Type, Brass Rule in Strips, Brass Labor Saving Rule, Brass
Column Rules, Brass Circles, Brass Leaders, Brass Round
Corners, Brass Leads and Slugs, Brass Galleys, Metal Borders
L. S Metal Furniture, Leads and Slugs, Metal Leaders,
Spaces and Quads 6 to 48 point, Metal Quoins, etc.
Old colnmn rules refaced and made as good as new at a
Please remember that we are not in any Trust or Combination
and are sure that we can make it greatly to your advantage to deal
A copy of our catalogue will be cheerfully furnished on
Philadelphia Printers Supply Co.
Type and High Grade Printing Material
Proprietors 39 North Ninth Street
Penn Type Foundry PHILADELPHIA
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
Printers ink marks the path to
riches and fame. Try it.
Never go in debt for a luxury
or an unnecessary article of any
If you want your town to grow
and prosper, wake up, rub your
eyes, roll up your sleeves and go
to work for it.
If one must die from overdrink-
ing how pleasant it must be to
have the coroner's physician call
it "refined alcoholism."
It has always been a mystery
to us that a young lady should
make some poor fellow believe
that she is interested in his wel-
fare when as a matter of fact she
is interested only in his farewell.
The International and Great
Northern Railway, a Gould sys-
tem, has gone into the hands of a
receiver. Judge T. J. Freeiran
has been named and made bond
The State Democratic excutive
commitee may reconvene to con-
sider special primary for the
election of four deligates-at-large
to the National Convention at
The professional manwhobuys
of an order housV or the merch-
ant who has his;printing done out
of town belong to the same lodge
i To Farmers and Ginnersi
■ — *
Write or Phone
Brazos Oil & Light Co *
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* HAMLIN, TEXAS f
Stating number tons of Cotton Seed
you have for sale, and we will be glad
to quote you the highest market price.
| Brazos Oil & Light Co,
True, there are no merchant
princes here, as are often found
in the larger cities, but at the
same time the town is remark-
ably free from the class that is
watched with tender solicitude
by the wholesale houses, and
whose devious ways cause much
foreboding to their numerous
It has fallen to the lot of
the writer to travel up and down
this broad commonwealth to a
considerable extent, both in
search of business and pleasure,
and without an attempt to flatter
the good people of this section it
can be truthfully said that no
town of equal size has yet been
found that equals our own little
J. H. ROLLI
Choice Family Gr
Laundry Basket leaves my store every
and returns every Friday.
Aspermont, - - - T<
§!. BLUE FRONT WAGON YARD
jOne Block Southeast of square. Horses
and mules bought and sold. Feed al-
ways on hand. : : : : :
g E. B. & W. S. FEATHERSTON, Pr
Green Harrison, Prop.
Swift, Sure, Satisfactory
Long Distance Connections
HTa ramtlOlie and those living in the
■ " 1 €11 lllt#a 9 districts: This comps
ready for your business. You are in daily need of prozikj
connections which we are now prepared to give you.
in your home and TELEPHONE almost anywhere.
"Central" and we will do the rest. Let us put in a 'phone
New Gold Coins In Dallas.
Postmaster Sloan Simpson is in
receipt from the Treasury De-
partment of some of the new
gold coins which do not bear the
words, "In God We Trust." On
the rim or outer edge of the S20
gold piece are forty-six stars.
These take the place of the milled
edges of the old coins. The $10
gold piece, which has also an In-
dian head similar to that on a
copper cent, execpt that it is
larger, has the words, "E Pluri-
bus Unum" stamped on the outer
edge instead of on the face of the
coin. On the other side is an
eagle with heavily feathered legs.
We publish the above for the
reason that our people may not
have the pleasure of seeing one of
these coins, and we would like
for them to have some idea of
what they are like.
Here Is Your Greatest
This Paper and The Austin Sémi~Wé
Statesman On a Clubbing Basis. :
• . ' I
In consequence of a special arrangement which has
made between the Aspermont Star and the Austin Semi-
Weekly Statesman and Diversified Farmer, published
Austin, the capital city of this great state, this paper is i
a position to offer TO ITS READERS ONLY for
price of our subscription both this paper and the Atist
Semi-Weekly Statesman and Diversified 'Farmer one
The Semi-Weekly Statesman and Diversified Fa
carries all the farm and live stock news of moment, all
state news of Texas, all the State and National politic
news and all the doings of the state officials in the big^
house at Austin, along with all the department
news of Texas and all the news of the legislature.
The management of the Aspermont Star has made tij
clubbing arrangement in order that its readers may have
the advantage of the greatest offer ever made to the rc
ing public in this section, and any subscription to the
permont Star received in this office by March 31, of
present year, entitles you to twelve months subscription
the Austin Semi-Weekly Statesman and Diversified I^a
mer, which is one of the biggest Semi-Weekly papers pi
lished in the south.
This proposition, while carrying with it that if you are |
a subscriber to this you get the Semi-Weeklv Statesman ||
FREE, also grants you the privilege of getting the Austin.
Daily and Sunday Statesman for 50 cents a month if yc^
will mention the Aspermont Star in writing them.
Just what you need lor that Hunting Trip
They are sure-killing loads, always the same,
miss-fire, do not injure the gun barrel, and
shooting the pleasure that it ought to be.
YOUR DEALER SELLS THEM
'ideal" and "Target" loaded with aay Standard Balk
"Premier" and "High Gun" " " " Dease **
"Referee" loaded with the fanoos "Seait-Saokeless."
League" loaded with best quality Blade Powder.
THE PETERS CARTRIDGE GO.
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Thomas, S. W. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1908, newspaper, March 5, 1908; Aspermont, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth168354/m1/2/: accessed July 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.