The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 31, 1910 Page: 1 of 10
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S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor.
ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, Mar. 31, 1910.
One Reason Why we are Glad
we Live in Texas
When we see such exemplifica-
tion of pure and undefiled re-
ligion, as was shown toward Tom
Jones and family, near Vashti,
recently, we are made to feel
glad that we are of the south.
The following: clipping- from
the Bellevue News will explain:
Owing to so much sickness in
his family and two deaths, Tom
Jones got so far behind with his
work the good people of Vashti
and surrounding country met
14th instant to help prepare his
crops: 45 men present, 40 work-
ed, using 112 horses and mules,
and broke 63 acres by 3 o'clock;
planted 30 acres corn on ground
already prepared by 5 o'clock.
They also gaye Mr. Jones $57.75
At the Baptist parsonage at 3
p. m. March 24, Mr. Willie Hat-
ley and Miss Ellie Holloman were
united in the holy bonds of mat-
rimony, *Rev. A. T. Ford officiat-
ing. Mr. Hatley resides about
three miles west of town. They
have the best wishes of the Star.
Miss Levie Huntsman visited
in town Sunday.
Worthy of Your Consideration
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits
Total Resources -
Our Directors are Oiz:
Mrs. M. S. Pierson, D. R. Couch, J. D. Patterson, Wm. Jordan, Eugene Mayfield,
S. B. Pierson a;i<i P. Brady.
We are now located in our New Bank Building and invite you to come
and see us.
We have ample vault room to keep your valuable papers, and it will be a
pleasure, to take care of them for you. T.Ve will cash or collect your foreign
checks or drafts for you wltilOilt COSt. We do a strictly Banking Business.
It does not make any difference to u= whether von are a depositor of ours or not,
our doors are open to von. Come in and use our Stationery and private room,
it is free to you.
We take pleasure in attending to any business you have. Will write your
letters any time.
The First National Bank is a Bank for the People
Every person entering its doors is assured of receiving fair and courteous
treatment, regardless of his station in life or his relationship to the bank.
We have no friends and show no partiality to anyone—when it comes to
We like to answer questions. Do your business with us and we will
P. BRADY, Cashier.
To the memory of Mrs. B. M.
comb who was ever ready with
gracious smile and willing hand
aid a noble cause.
When the message came in
To lay a burden down
Her pure, sweet soul sped heaven?
To wear the immortal crown.
Her labors here on earth are done,
Her smiles we'll-see no more
Until we meet in the great beyond,
At the angel-guarded door.
But the memory of her tender love
Will linger with us long,
Like bright, swéet music echoed
Prom a dear familiar song.
Now rest, dear friend, in the peace
The peace of the good and true;
We'll weave our loving kindest
Into a laurel wreath for you.
Each leaf will tell of a life well spent,
Of deeds grand, sublime;
Its radiance all who pass may see.
It burns with a light divine.
Next Tuesday night at the
Masonic Hall uuder the auspices
of the Home Mission Society
there will be a recital given by
the following persons:
Miss Bryan of Chicago, soprano
Miss Hoyt Hazel Hamilton of
Nashville, Tenn, reader; and
Elmer Edenburn of Little Rock,
the boy violinist, 10 years old.
A very fine entertainment. Ad-
mission 25c and 35c.
Just received a full line of Men's Summer clothing, two piece suits separate coats and. sepai ate pants.
Blue surges in price $9.00, 12.50, 15.00. M alien two piece suits §15.00 and $20.00. Light suits of latest
designs from $10.00 to *13.00. Silk hot weather coats ¡nun $3.00 to $6.00. Odd pants for summer $3.00
to $5.00. The best a " most complete line of ci"thin? ever offered in Aspermont.
Linen Coat Suits, made of Blue, Lavender,
Pink and White, made in Misses and full
length, trimmed in point de Venice bandings
and festoons; Skirts are in a new plaited model
three grades, priced $5.00, $7.50 and $8.50.
Also a full line of colored suits. Wash dress-
es for children all colors, ages from 2 years to
14 years, prices from 50c to $2.00. A full line
of Shirt waists in price $1.25 to $3.00.
|Bei in the j
We have a full line of dress goods of the
latest designs. Percales 10c to 12J, Ginghams
l()c to 15c, Domestic 6 to 12|c, Calico 6c, Lawns
5c to 15c, Laces 5c to 50c, and any thing in the
Hamilton Brown Shoes for Ladies and Men
and Children, a nice
full line of slippers
all of the Spring
and summer fashions
Ladies slipper in
price from $1.50 to
3.50, Mens low quar-
ters from $2.50 to
6.00, Childrens slip-
pers from $1.00 to
$2.00. In fact we
have anything in the
I shoe line.
...Best Values always at...
If bought at Bryant-Link Co., will be correct
in style, exclusive in desigm and moderate in
price, quality is so dear to every admirer of
the Easter Bonnet. The Styles shown in our
store portray the tendencies of the spring hat
and correct style of wearing. Our Millinery
Opening on Monday was a grand succes. We
feel sure we have the best line of hats to select
from that has ever been offered in Asnermont.
.lohn Deer Cultivators—Best made $37.50
Moline Wagons $82.50 to $87.50.
Buggies from $65.00 to $125.00.
A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES.
We have a nice line of straw hats for men and
boys, soft straws in price $1.50 to $3.00.
Also a nice
plete line of
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Thomas, S. W. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 31, 1910, newspaper, March 31, 1910; Aspermont, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth168425/m1/1/: accessed January 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.