The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 5, 1908 Page: 5 of 8
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T S. WILLIAMS & CO.,
JL Of Rule, Texas, have
J Opened up a General
TGRAIN & FEED STORE
and have Feed Stuff in
any Quantity. Also
4 FLOUR, OILS and COAL
+J. U. FRAZIER H25
CITY MEAT MARKET
..FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS..
We will appreciate your patronage and
give value received for your money.
SMITH & McLAMGRE, <. Proprietors,
ASPERMONT, : TEXAS.
A Chartered Institution of the highest grade. We confer degrees upoii
oar graduates and give them a diplon a that will be honored by any institution
id America. Notes accepted for tuition. Positions guaranteed. Railroad fate
paid from all points. Catalog free. Your name on 12 cards for 25c in stamp
We tewh penmanship by mail. Telegraphy taught by an old operator.
Rev. N. R Stove, President, McKinne.v, Texa.
¡ost CompleteVehicle Factory in tm
VúüSBáiimmi fM* WEST.
(to* OooosA&Ttj fosTAMO finas
FOR PURE LIQUORS
H. BRANN & CO
FORT WORTH, TEXAS.
They will ship you, express charges prepaid, satisfaction guaranteed
your money refunded:
4 Full Quarts Private Stock for -
4 " '* Caney Creek for
4 " " \ American Gold for -
4 " " Green River for
4 " *' Hill & Hill for
4 " " Brann's Iconoclast for
4 " " Bottled in Bond Whiskey
1 Gallon Jug Pure 188° Alcohol for -
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" Apple Brandy for
" Peach Brandy for
" White Corn for
- 3 20
- 4 00
- 4 00
4 00 to 5 00
- 3 75
- 4 00
We handle everything in the liquor line. Write for full price list.
Established in 1881. We refer you to everybody.
To The Agricultural and Com
mercial Interests of
Pursuant to the action of the
State Association of Texas Com-
mercial Secretaries in Convention
held in the city of Fort Worth,
on this the 15th day of February,
call is hereby issued for a con-
ference of representatives of the
Agricultural and Commercial In-
terests of Texas for the purpose
of discussing1 and proposing legis-
lation as may be found inimical
to the development of the agri-
cultural or commercial interests,
such conference to be held in the
City of Fort Worth, on Friday
and Saturday March 12th and
This conference is to be held
with a view to determining legis-
lative needs of the interests above
named for the guidance of the
Legislative Committee of the
State Association of Commercial
Clubs Secretaries, organized for
the purpose of actively advocat-
ing the enactment of needed leg-
J. A. Arnold, President,
Texas Commercial Secretaries
The Lucky Quarter
Is the <ine you pay out for a box
of Dr. King's New Life Pills.
They bring you the health that's
more precious than jewels. Try
them for headache, biliousness,
constipation and malaria. If they
disappoint you the price will be
cheerfully refunded at Will
Marr's drug store.
Here are the books adopted:
Speller—The New Century
spelling book (conditional). Sil-
ver-Burdett & Co.
Basic Readers—Wheeler's pri-
mer (conditional). W. H. Wheel-
er & Co.
Our Country's Readers, 1, 2, 3
4 and 5—Southern Publishing
lessons. Buehler & Hotchkiss,
Nowson & Co.
Grammar—A modern English
grammar, H. G. Buehler. New-
son & Co.
position, Webster, Houghton,
Mifflin & Co.
Geography—Maury's new ele-
ments, American Book company;
Maury's new complete, Ameri-
can Book company; Maury & Si-
monds' physical geography,
American Book company.
metic, Myers-Brooks, Scott-
Foresman & Co., Grammar school
arithmetic, Myers-Brooks, Scott-
Foresman & Co.
& Underwood, MacMillan.
Physiology—First book in phy-
siology and hygiene (conditional),
Krohn, D. A. Appleton & Co.;
physiology and hygiene. Krohne,
D. A. Appleton & Co.; hygienic
physiology, Coleman (conditional)
Austin Printing company.
Elementary United States His-
tory—The beginners of our coun-
try, Estell, Southern Publishing
Advanced United States His-
tory—Our country, Ginn & Co.
Texas History—Penny backer.
Welborn, MacMillan & Co.
Writing Books—B. D. Berry &
steps, Ginn & Co.
Wheeler's first, second and third
readers (conditional), Wheeler &
Besides Your Local P
You want a paper for general news; one that
complete, reliable, and in sympathy with tl
Try the Fort Worth Semi-weekly Recoi
Besides these qualities, the. Friday edition con-
tains a COLORED COMIC PAGE, which is not
found in any other big semi-weekly paper.
THE RECORD'S MARKET REPORTS ar«|
unsurpassed; publiehed at the great packing
house center of the Southwest, it is in closest:
touch with the livestock situation. *
THE RECORD was the first newspaper in ttii;
South to advocate organization among farmers for
maintaining a Fair Price for Cotton; it
steadily contended for this movement; has
of great value to the caese, and deserves support.
THE RECORD'S EDITORIAL PAGE is alert,
courageous and outspoken on all current queftkms
Semi Weekly Record 1.00
The Aspermont Star 1.00
Both for $1.
LIVERY STABLE AND WAGON YA
G. S. AVER V Prop.,
Aspermont, - •
My rigs and teams are as good as
could be expected in this western coun-
try, and I will appreciate your trade.
WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO HANDLE
AND WE WILL SHOW
We Will Treat You Right in Figures.
GIVE US A CALL
R. B. SPENCER & CO.
W. B. BINGHAM
It you want your teams eared for, or if you want to buy, sell or trad*
horses. Fair treatmeut and honest dealings. Feed constantly on
hand for sale at lo <rest prices. . .
W. B. BINGHAM, Prop. ASPERMONT.
Star & Dallas News $1.75
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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/m1/5/: accessed October 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.