The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 9, 1908 Page: 8 of 8
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to have money is to save it. The pne sure way to
save it is by depositing it in a responsible bank.
You will then be exempt from the annoyance of
having it burn holes in your pockets, and aside
from the fact that your money will be safe from
theft, the habit of saving tends to the establish-
ment of thrift, econemy, discipline and a general
understanding of business principles essential
to your success.
To those wishing to establish relations with a
safe, strong bank, we heartily extend our services
OUR JOB DEPARTMENT
.Some Things We Print
Bill Heads, Note Heads, Letter Heads,
Envelopes, Statements, Visiting Cards,
Wedding Announcements, Programs,
Business Cards, Mourning Stationery,
Circulars, Catalogues, Notes, Contracts,
Deeds, Law Briefs, Legal Blanks, and
All Kinds of Commercial Printing.
Pleases Particular People
THE STAR PRINT SHOP
We understand there was a
few people who took offense at
our article in last issue in which
we classed a portion of those
opposing Senator Bailey as "dis-
gruntled politicians, populists,
republicans and mugwumps,"
and asked the question, "How
many of those opposing Joseph
W. Sailey in Stonewall county
voted the straight democratic
ticket in the last presidential
election." Now this article
above referred to only applies to
those to whom it applies, and if
you are a true blue democrat and
always vote the democratic ticket
then it does not apply to you, oth-
erwise vve have no apologies to
make. There are a few good
democrats in Stonewall county
who are opposing Senator Bailey
—good men, who are honest in
their convictions, and who have
as much right to their way of
thinking as we do. Still we can-
not believe they view the matter
from a conservative standpoint,
for this reason, viz: Senator
Bailey has been tried by his fel-
low men and declared innocent
of all the numerous charges pre-
ferred against him, therefore we,
as true democrats, should stand
by rather than denounce him,
and aid him in his usefulness in
the United States Senate. To
try to tear him down and injure
his- reputation in congress is
undemocratic. Senator Bailey
is our senator for the next six
years in spite of faith, and when
he again announces—if he should
decide to make the race again—
then if you are opposed to him
get out and fight him to a finish.
No living man can accuse us of
taking up the fight for Senator
Bailey until after his vindication,
although we have always admired
him, and we are not fighting for
Joe Bailey today as an individual,
but rather are we defending
what we believe to be the prin-
ciples of true democracy—we
never voted any other ticket.
Put away the old snow
Get the spade and hoe and
Likewise oil the old lai
Grass to mow and beds to;
Onion sets and peas and
All the garden sass that grows..
Got to get the garden ready
While the wind of April blows.
There is enough
over the Duke's engagemc
Miss Elkins to warrant
lief that he is going to ma*
whole United States.
3363 cures headache, bs
and quiets restlessness. See
All those desiring Senator ,]
ley's Fort Worth speech
please leave their names at
Star office and we will
for you to get one.
Cotton Seed for Plai
Cotton pickers should have a
bottle of Bass' Hand Lotion. It
has no superior for chapped
Letter to Judge Arrington
Dear Sir: • The cost of a gallon
of paint put-on is about §5, no
matter what paint you buy.
100 gallons Devoe put-on $500
The strongest paint is the one
that takes least gallons; least gal-
lons to buy; leust gallons to paint;
and the strongest paint is the one
that wears the longest.
These lessons are useful.
P. W. Devoe & Co.
Little Joe Tanner sells our paint.
Big boll Rowden cotton
Wynn & Co's.
That Beautiful Gloss
comes from the varnish in
voe's Varnish Floor Paint;
5 cents more a quart
Sold by Little Joe Tanner.
John F. Stratton
john p. ffluTnm
"Russlsa Oat** 4k "ffcplss <
finest <tat VMte Striata ls _
That for more than
years Hunt's Cure has been i
ing on the afflicted. Its
to cure skin troubles,;
those of an itching character,
success is not on account
vertising, but because it
does the work. One box k
anteed to cure any cíase.
The Kansas théif who
locomotive will no doubt be¿
roaded to the penitentiary.
My Jack, "Paul Ki
will stand the season at my
1 mile east of Aspermont.
Save a possible serious:
fever latter on by cleansing ;
system now of its accumul
of impurities.. Sim monte
parilla will do it. It makes
blood fine appetite great strt
and grand ambition.
- ""'1 ■
John F. Stratton
JOHN P. STRATTON'S
(bra" Steel 8trk
Musical Tom. Each Stri
envelope. Warranted not to i
62 a rand Street. N<
For Sale Everywhere.
When you want a quick cure
any loss of time, and one that is f
by no bad results, use
It never Sails and is pleasant to
It is equally valuable for children.' It is J
famous for its cures over a large part
the civilized world.
For Sale by All Druggists.
W. B. BINGHAM
If you want your teams cared for, or if you want to buy, sell or trade
horses. Fair treatment and honest dealings. Feed constantly on
hand for sale at lowest prices. .
W. B. BINGHAM, Prop. ASPERJ
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Thomas, S. W. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 9, 1908, newspaper, April 9, 1908; Aspermont, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth168359/m1/8/: accessed May 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.