The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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For Sale or Trade for
164 acres of land in Stonewall County. Price 615 per
acre. Two «rood new 2-rootn bouses, .about 100 acres
being in cultivation this year. No waste land on the
place all can be cultivated. Terms $400 cash and six
equal payments due 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, and 6 years bearing
10 per cent interest annually. I own the above prop-
erty and must sell same. Come and see me at once.
E. H. Johnson, K
WYNN & CO
GENERAL FEED STORE
Corn, Oats, Chops, Bran and
all kinds of feed kept in Stock.
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East Side of the Square
' ASPERMONT, TEXAS.
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
Many a man who claims to be
self-made was made what he is by
The magazine editors have set-
tled it. Articles on Hughes are
no longer, published.
The paper trust doesn't need a
probe half as much as it needs a
swat that will smash it.
J. H. ROLLINS
Choice Family Groceries
Laundry Basket leaves my ¿tore every Monday
and returns every Friday.
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.
Considering how dry it is in
Georgia, there is no wonder they
have a little blowout now and
then. ■ j
The Middle West has been j
complaining of too m^nv show>|
ers. Thev interfered mightily
with games of the baseball clubs.
Harrison Telephone Co.
LIVERY- ■ STABLE AND WAGON YARD,
C. S. AVERY. Prop.,
Trade' of the traveling pubjic
respectfully solicited. Terms
consistent with the times.
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 Xorth Xintb Street
Penn Type Foundry PHILADELPHIA
If those "allies" don't stop both-
ering. Taft he will accidently sit
down on them and "crush 'em"
until the remains can never be
'Green Harrison, f-*rop.
M Swift, Sure, Satisfactory Service.
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Long Distance Connections
President Roosevelt says he will
not buy an automobile while there
are horses. The impossibility of
being photographed taking a six-
rail fence in an automobile is evi-
No further critiscism of the
house for idleness is possible. The
other day it passed over 1000 pen-
sion bills. Most of these were
passed by the Congressional
Fence Builders' Union.
and those living in the rural
districts: This company is
ready for your business. You are in daily ne-ed of prompt
connections which we are now prepared to give you. Stay
in your home and TELEPHONE almost anywhere. Call>
"Central'' and we will do the rest. Let us put in a 'phone
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WEST SIDE BARBER SHOP
A. C. HOWARD, Proprietor
Three Chairs. Everything New and
A Share of Your Patronage Solicited
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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 lo .c^st prices. . .
W. B. BINGHAM, Prop. ASPERMONT.
A street car in Chicago was
running so smoothly the other
day that the passengers not only
wondered but resolved to investi-
gate. Then it was found that it
was running over a man. Almost
any kind of phenomena v may be
explained if it is properly inves-
The contract has been award-
ed for the foundation of the Pal-
ace of Peace, which Mr. Carne-
gie's money is building at the
Hague. We fear it will not be
completed' in time for a settle-
ment of the controversies between
Mr. Roosevelt and his congress.
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1 The Wichita
Though there were fewer mar-
riages in Indiana last year than
during the preceding twelve
months, the divorce courts broke
down the record, there being al-
most four thousand granted in
the state. Keeping one's wife or
husband nowadays is becoming
more than ever a problem.
XTENDto the boys and girls of
Stonewall county an invita-
tion to investigate its claims
as an educational institu-
Our course is absolutely
thorough and practical and
when you have finished it,
if you are not satisfied with
your bargain your money
will be refunded.
We make no claim that we
can not and do not substan-
tiate, and if you are interest-
ed in a business education it
will pay you to correspond
Star & Dallas News $1.75
The republicans in congress
have finally decided to pass the
emergency-currency bill. This
was accomplished by a combina-
tion of Roosevelt republicans and
democrats, who were about
to run over the "House
machine" rough-shod, when the
machine got wind of it and fell
into line. However, the demo-
crats will be entitled to the credit
for this, as they forced it. How-
ever, the republicans will have an
up-hill job in the coming cam-
paign explaining why they re-
fused to pass laws to establish
postal savings banks and postal
parcel delivery, when President
Roosevelt strongly favored both.
The fact is, the national banks
prevented the first, and the great
express companies the latter.
This only shows who "owns" the
republican party, notwithstand-
ing the patriotic president, who
alone is independent.
* WICHITA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
^ WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS.
taNsw fOP Field or Trap
THEY are strong, sure-killing loads—yet do not "kick"
excessively. They give a splendid shot pattern, and no
bird can ever get through it.
They are quick as lightning, leave the gun barrel clean, and
best of all—every shell of a given load is exactly like every
other—no disconcerting "punk" or heavy charges. You can
depen^apon them absolutely.
YOUR DEALER SELLS THEM.
THE PETERS CARTRIDGE COMPANY,
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Thomas, S. W. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 46, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1908, newspaper, May 21, 1908; Aspermont, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth168365/m1/2/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.