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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 July 1910

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Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 July 1910

J AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 323 Kalamazoo Corset Co.. Makers Quality Tells V\/e Make Sales on the Merit of our Get the best clothes your money can buy. That doesn't mean that you must'pay an enor- mous price for your new suit, bu you should get the best value possible when you make the pur- chase. If you would be certain of getting only such garments, come to our store and ask to lsee the real good suits shown for summer. t « •J Let your shoes speak for you. Half your message is delivered before you speak a word. Appearance amounts to just that much now-a-daysf*-' We can show you a line that will please you. We now have the well known American Beauty-corsets. They are sure to please those who want the best. We have just réceived a new lot of Laces and Embroideries. Call and make a selection before they are picked over. We keep our GROCERIES up to our standard of quality at all times. GIVE US A TRIAL. A. W. Springer & Son The House of Quality MMilMOMQMMMMMMM LOCALS AND PERSONALS Do y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 July 1910

STAR DRUG STORE ...MINERAL WATER... Don't overlook the fact that Mineral Water is a great tonic during the summer months, It may save yds a spell of sickness. Sold in bottles or served at fountian Headquarters for Pure Drugs 'Paints, Oils and Toilet Articles Prescriptions carefully filled at all hours ...SODA FOUNTAIN... •'i This season we will pay particular attention to our cold drink departmeat. We will serve all the most popular drinks and when thirsty ypu will find any- thing you want by coming here. STAR DRUG STORE Aspermont, Texas. HEADLIGHT A beautiful black stallion, saddle and har- ness horse about 16 hands. high, coming three years old, sired of good speed will make the season at my place about six miles south of Aspermont. Terms: $10.00 to in- sure $5.00 for season. Those interested are .nvited to call and look at this animal. BEN HILL owner C. W. Anderson ~~4 JEWELER 1*~ Full line watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, novelties and anything to be found in a first-class ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 July 1910

- VV : - ■ r l&- ■*-* DALLAS. TEXAS. The largest shippers of whiskey direct to consumers in the SOUTH. Itlwv w list ■ f«w of our loading brands: >• Our Own Bottling Bottled In Bond 4 Pull 12 4 Full 12 Quarts Qts. Quarto Qts. Craddock's '87 $5.00 $12.00 James E. Pepper $5.50 $13.00 Craddock's '92 4.00 10.00 Green River 5.00 13.00 Melba Rye 4.00 10.00 Sunny Brook 5.00 12.00 Dillinger Rye 4.00 10.00 Guckenheimer Rve 5.00 12.00 R. Monarch 3.50 9.00 Kentucky Club 5.00 12.00 Canda Rye 3.00 8.00 Hill & Hill 5.00 12.00 Bent Tenn. Whiskey 3.00 8.00 Penwick Rye 4.50 1Í.Ó0 Craddock's Corn 3.00 aoo Quality Club. 4.50 11.00 Nelnon Sour Mash 2.50 7.00 Early Times 4.50 11.00 Rock and Rye 2.50 7.00 Clear Creek 4.00 10.00 Alcohol 3.50 10.00 Duffv's Malt 4.00 10.00 EXPRESS CHARGES PREPAID ON FOUR QUARTS OR MORE ACENTO 8CLITZ BOTTLED BEER Per case four dozen pints, $5.00—$1.00 back for case and bottles Per case two dozen quarts, $4.25—$1.00-back for case and bottles Per cask ten dozen pints...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 July 1910

4t OI '4 '< •. ITI5ÍAFE/««BURGLARS g when i?_«s in the BANK m •% í "n ' * v ***&r Bank yóur money and rest easy. Burglars can't get it, and schemers and fair weather friends won't be so apt to make your money their money. Make ,OUR Bank YOUR Bank THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK We will make small loans to our FARMER friends to pay Cotton Choppers. . TO BUY YOUR POULTRY Hens $3.00 per dozen Springs $2.50 to $3. per doz. Ducks $3.50 per dozen Turkeys per lb. 10c. Old Roosters 15c. each Poultry House in old Avery,! building, N. E. Cor. Square Prices corrected weekly. Wagner & Dewees JAYTON BOT- TLING WORKS W. H. TALLEY, Prop. JAYTON TEXAS All kinds of bottled drinks and syrups TRY "HUNNY DEW" The new delicious ürink. For sale at Aspermont Pharmacy. Entertainment a Success ^Those who permitted the lit- tle prospect oi a shower to keep them away from the entertain- ment given last • Friday evening for the benefit of the Civic Im- provement Club, missed one of the most enjoyable affair...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 July 1910

" ■-* **. '■</: GET BUSY—KEEP BUSY—BOOST ASPERMPNT •# S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, July 2S, 1910. Vol. 13, No. 1 GOOD PROGRAM TUESDAY NIGHT The Civic Improvement Club Will Give An= other Entertainment at Masonic Hall. Balance Due On Park Fence Must Be Raised Ü vX0HSP£CMl SPEC/4 V ON Í The fence around the south side park is now completed and has been accepter* ana the first payment made thereon. This pavment represented about one- half the cost of the fence and was derived from donations from the citizens and the proceeds of the last entertainment given. The Civic Improvement Club does not wish to become a burden on our citizenship by seeking fre- quent donations and have decided on a series of entertainments to raise the needed amount to fiu- ish paying for the fence and to carry on other work anticipated. These entertainments cause the burden to fall equally on all and furnish our people amusement which gives value received for...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 July 1910

vW\ vVSN A Popular Resort Our store is becoming a decidedly popular resort for people who want THE BEST OF EVERYTHING If you are not now a customer, we want you to call and let us show you how nice we can be to you. Always ready to serve you, always glad to correct any error and always THERE WITH THE GOODS . COLD DRINKS AND ICE CREAM are luxuries necessary to your comfort these hot days and we always try to excel In service and quality A CUSTOMER ONCE, A CUSTOMER ALWAYS Is the motto we try to live up to . ■ ■ ■M S. W. THOMAS, Prop. New Brick South Side Aspermoiit Pharmacy .-V ; } Haw The Contest Stands Votes cast up to last Saturda night show the contestants as follows: I. O. O. F. Lodge 3556 W. O. W. Lodge 1404 Eastern Star Lodge 2*2(393 Peckerwood Lodge 6^7 M. W. A. Lodge 510 Baptist church 651s Christian Church 1133 Methodist Church 9038 Presbyterian church 1561 Johnson Chapel church 72^ Public School 667 Shiner y Lake church 634 Lutheran Church *-33 Alice Lanier 12189 Ethel Ferr...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 July 1910

/ / .«? THE WOMAN'S HOME MISSION SOCIETY fREPORT OF THE LAST SESSION OF SHE NORTHWEST TEXAS C0NFEREN3E OF THE W. H. M. S. MRS. J. W. BULLOCH A PAGE FROM THe BUMlbbQ BübteTI A Weakly Paper Publised Every Saterday. VOL. I. BUMVILLE. JULY 16, 1910 The Woman's Home Mission Society of the Northwest Texas conference held its first session for 1910 in the Methodist church Thursday evening, beginning" at 5:30 o'clock, the auditorium was beautifully decorated with ferns j and magnolias and above the; altar hung their motto, ''trusty in the Lord and do good." At the door Mrs. T. H. Cheatham provided the delegates with pro- grams containing an outline of the four day's work. The first number was an organ prelude by Mrs. W. D. Boyd, and as the great organ sent forth the melody called out by the musi- cal touch, the entire audience became quiet, the audience then sang "We are Marching on to Zion," with so much feeling and spirit that tlae tramp of the march could .almost be heard. Mrs. Robert Br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 July 1910

THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. W.T.MULLIN, Associate Editor Subscription, .1 f\ Year. Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- iriont. Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month Democracy vs. Prohibition We have stated before, and it has been reiterated by the state chairman of the Democratic Ex- ecutive Committee that none but democrats should cast their votes on the 23rd of this month. We have believed all along that many prohibitionists would sneak into this primary and then failing- in their purpose, sneak out again and back into the prohibition party. We don't expect any re- publican todo so, nor a socialist, nor any other political party ex- cept the prohibition party. Let us study, the situation a moment. Cone Johnson is today the real champion of the prohi- bition party in Texas. He is running on that platform subject to the action of a democratic primary, and has the following and endorsement of a majority of the prohibitio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 July 1910

% / r j Jl WW SSB3S MMOTOQOOQOOMMQQQMM AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 323 Kalamazoo Const Co., MakorS Quality Tells We Make Sales on the Merit of our Goods AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 573 Kalamazoo Corset Co., Makers 1Í Get the best clothes your money can buy. That doesn't mean that you must pay an enor- mous price for your new suit, bu you should get the best value possible when you make the pur- chase. If you would be certain of getting, only such garments, come to our store and ask to see the real good suits shown for summer. Let your shoes speak for you. Half your message is delivered before you speak a word. Appearance amounts to just that much now-a-days. We can shotf you a line that will please you. We now have the well known American Beauty corsets. They are sure to please those who want the best. We have just received a new lot of Laces and Embroideries. Call and make a selection before they are picked over. We keep our GROCERIES up to our standard of quality at all times. GIVE US A TRIAL...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 July 1910

I? -V ÉP'ísSteS i-t ! •. Sü U '%'ihM /> ■) star pruo store í qff¡|pr Lumber Co. ...MINERAL WATER... Don't overlook the fact that Mineral Water is a great tonic during the summer months, It may save yos a spell of sickness. Sold in bottles or served at fountian Headquarters for Pure Drugs ¿ Paints, Oils and Toilet Articles Prescriptions carefully filled at all hours ...SODA FOUNTAIN... This season we will pay particular attention to our cold drink departmeat. We will serve all the most popular drinks and when thirsty you will find any- thing you want by coming here. star drug store Aspermont, Texas. HEADLIGHT A beautiful black stallion, saddle and har- ness horse about 16 hands high, coming three years old, sired of good speed will make the season at my place about six miles south of Aspermont. Terms: $10.00 to in- sure $5.00 for season. Those interested ' are .nvited to call and look at this animal. BEN HILL owner C. W. Anderson -=3 JEWELER is- Full line watches, clocks, jewelry,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 July 1910

Our Own Bottling 4 Full Quarts L. CRADDOCK & CO. DALLAS. TEXAS. The largest shippers of whiskey direct to consumers in the SOUTH. Below we list a few of our leading brands: Bottled In Bond 12 4 Full 12 Qts. Quarts Qts. 113.00 13.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 10.00 10.00 EXPRESS CHARGES PREPAID ON FOUR QUARTS OR MORE Craddock's '87 $5.00 S12.00 James E. Peoper S5.50 Craddock's "92 4.00 10.00 Green River 5.00 Melba Rye 4.00 10.00 Sunny Brook 5.00 Dillinger Rve 4.00 10.00 Guckenheimer Rve 5.00 R. Monarch 3.50 9.00 Kentucky Club 5.00 Canda Rye 3.00 8.00 Hill & Hill 5.00 Best Tenn. Whiskey 3.00 8.00 Penwick Rye 4.50 Craddock's Corn 3.00 8.00 Quality Club 4.50 Nelson Sour Mash 2.50 7.00 Early Times 4.50 Rock and Rye 2.50 7.00 Clear Creek 4.00 Alcohol 3.50 10.00 Duffv's Malt 4.00 * AGENTS SGLITZ BOTTLED BEER Per case four dozen pints, $i}.00—SI.00 back for case and bottles Per case two dozen quarts, S4.25—S1.00 b?.ck for case and bottles Per cask ten dozen pints, $11...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 July 1910

f_P®amm[JÍ ¿ 'iWíá G¥áSró)"S AGAlNST'lBE oINmSION OFElj^NCmo TROUBLES. ^ -^//6 " No man, however wealthy he may be, should be without a READY CASH RESERVE for some quick business stroke which may yield him a quick fortune. No business is a profitable business from which a man may not draw out some money and bank it. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK We will make small loans to our FARMER friends # to pay Cotton Choppers. Vo Farm and Factory Texas has 8,794,000 head of cattle, valued at $130,201,986. It is a remark- able fact that Texas has the best grade of cattle of any state, but for economic reasons fails to realize their value. It is possible that the Texas farmer may not exceed the Illinois farmer in grade of cattle but^ our ranches show up exceedingly well ii^ the matter of grade of stock. In Illinois the cat-He arc v,* th $23.02 per head and in Texas $14.79 per head. JAYTON BOT- TLING WORKS W. H. TALLEY, Prop. JAYTON TEXAS All kinds of bottled drinks and syrups ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 July 1910

GET BUSY—KEEP BUSY—BOOST ASPERMONT 1SÜ The Aspermont Sta ' n " 3. IV. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, July 28, 1910. j " i Vol.13, ko.V VOX POPULi VOX DEI. HOORAY! Oscar Branch Colquitt Wins The Guberna- torial Handicap By a Safe Plurality. Submission Has Small Majority. s i 4Eg> i *•> mmmmm |v We are offering Free PeliveryV j ¿11 Summer gOOÜS j within aty U at reduced prices Lia,its 0 and offering bar- gains that move. J Í •7.4 4¿i Clothes The Rooster crows with T. J. McCamant, W. T. Mullin and 255 others who put Stonewall County in Colquitt column. Tf«_, In Memory of In Memorv of S. W. Thomas Wm. Jordan A. T. Robin- T. L. Hiner son and 135 others and 49 others I POINDEXTER \ g DAVIDSON mm In Memory of 2 I J. H. Rol1.ins Si \7. M. Pope & £ —i-i i S anc !•>! others ——É—MPB i JOHNSON "If you have tears prepare to 1 shed them now". Pass not this ||¡ little mound unnoticed, he also "ran some". LAWNS, figured and white. 4 l-2c to 15...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 July 1910

A Popular Resort Our store is becoming a decidedly popular resort for people who want THE BEST OF EVERYTHING If you are not now a customer, we want you to call and let us show you how nice we can be to you. Always ready to serve you, always glad to correct any error and always THERE WITH THE GOODS / COLD DRINKS AND ICE CREAM are luxuries necessary to your comfort these hot days and we always try to excel in service and quality ' A CUSTOMER ONCE, A CUSTOMER ALWAYS Is the motto we try to live up to PS S. W. THOMAS, Prop. New Brick South Side Aspermont Pharmacy How The Contest Stands Votes cast up to last Saturda night show the contestants as follows: I. O. O. F. Lodge W. O. W. Lodge Eastern Star Lodge Peckerwood Lodge M. W. A. Lodge Baptist church Christian Church Methodist Church Presbyterian church Johnson Chapel church Pubjic School Shinery Lake church Lutheran Church Alice Lanier Ethel Ferrell Emma Guest Annie Hecht Mattie Johnson Lulah Bell Lee Dora McLaury Velma Zani Flora Tavlo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 July 1910

STAR DRUG STORE ...MINERAL WATER... Don't overlook the fact that Mineral Water is a great tonic during the summer months, It may save yos a spell of sickness. Sold in bottles or served at fountian Headquarters for Pure Drugs Paints, Oils and Toilet Articles tSCRlE Prescriptions carefully filled at all hours ...SODA FOUNTAIN... This season we wil1 pay particular attention to our cold drink departmeat. We will serve all the most popular drinks and when thirsty you will find any- thing you want by coming here. STAR DRUG STORE Aspermont, Texas. HEADLIGHT A beautiful black stallion, saddle and har- ness horse about 16 hands high, coming three years old, sired of good speed will make the season at my place about six miles south of Aspermont. Terms: $10.00 to in- sure $5.00 for season. Those interested are.nvited to call and look at this animal. BEN HILL owner C. W. Anderson JEWELER fe- / # Full line watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, novelties and anything to be found in a first-class ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 July 1910

n -- Wm THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Euery Thursday S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. W. T. MULLIN, Associate Editor Subscription, SI A Year. Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month With Pleasure. The following letter was re- ceived by the Star: Brownfield, Texas July 21,1910 Mr. S. W. Thomas, Aspermont Texas. Dear Sir:- I notice an editorial com- ment on the affair in Newark, O. presumably from the pen of your Junior editor. I wish you would kindly publish this little item from the pen of Dr. J. H. Gam- brell in ''Home and State." Yours truly, V. H. Trammell. Now in order that our readers may have both editorials before them, we reproduce, both the Star editorial referred to and the Home and State editorial by Dr. Gambrell. The Star said: "The citizens of Newark,Ohio, gave a shotgun and hemp social in honor of a meddlesome young upstart who exceeded the bounds of propri- etj, and shot to death a citizen of that town. The name of...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 July 1910

AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 323 Kabmazo3 Corse! Co.. Makers Quality Tells We Make Sales / t on the Merit of our Goods AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 578 Kilmuoo Corset Co., Matters Get the best clothes your money can buy. That doesn't mean that you must pay an enor- mous price for your new suit, bu you should get the best value possible when you make the pur- chase. If you would be certain of getting only such garments, come to our store and ask to see the real good suits shown for summer. Let your shoes speak for you. Half your message is delivered before you speak a word. Appearance amounts to just that much now-a-days. We can show you a line that will please you. We now have the well known American Beauty corsets. They arp sure to please those who want the best. We have just received a new lot of Laces and Embroideries. Call and make a selection before they are picked over. We keep our GROCERIES up to our standard of quality at all times. GIVE US A TRIAL. A. W. Springer & Son The House of Q...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 July 1910

THE WOMAN'S HOME MISSION SOCIETY fREPORT OF THE LAST SESSION OF SHE OLD! NORTHWEST TEXAS CONFERENBE OF THE W. H. M. S. MRS. J. W. BULLOCH Mrs. Rollins made announce- ments for morning session. Ev- erybody was invited. Mrs. Barnum, of Fort Worth sang"Lo, lam with you always," in a clear sweet voice andRev. Lit- tle, presiding elder of Weather- ford district, pronounced a ten- der benediction. No one seemed in a hurry to leave, so a tour of inspection was made to the pastor's study, class rooms and parlors. In the latter the guests were seen sip- piag delicious nectar and eating ■wafers as they met and exchang- ed expressions of appreciation for the opportunity of uniting in this noble cause. Nine o'clock was named as the hour for meet- ing Friday morning. The first business session of the Woman's Home Mission So- ciety was held at 9 o'clock Fri- day morning. President in the chair, Mrs. A. L. Moore, of Ver- non, conducted the devotional meeting, reading as a scripture lesson the thir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 July 1910

L. CRADDOCK & CO. DALLAS, TEXAS. The largest shippers of whiskey direct to consumers in the SOUTH. 1 Below 'Mz list a few of our leading brand": Our Own Bottling Botticd in Bond PROFESSIONAL. T. J. McCamant.'M D D. C. Carrington, M D 0r«, McCamaKt & Carrington Phvsicians and Surgeons Snrgical Work a Specialty OFFICE:—at tha Star Drug Store 4 Full Quarts Qts. Craddock's *87 Craddock's '92 Melba Rye Dillinger Rve R. Monarch Canda Rye Best Tenn. Whiskey Craddock's Corn Nelson Sour Mash Rock and Rye Alcohol $5.00 $12.00 4.00 10.00 4.00 4.00 3.50 8.00 3.00 8.00 2.50 2.50 3.50 10.00 10.00 9.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 7.00 7.00 10.00 EXPRESS CHARGES PREPAID James E. Peoper Green River Sunny Brook Guckenheimer Rve Kentucky Club Hill & Hill Penwick Rye Quality Club Early Times Clear Creek Duffv's Malt ON FOUR QUARTS 4 Full Quarts $5.50 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 4.50 4.50 4.50 4.00 4.00 12 Qts. 113.00 13.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 10.00 10.00 CR MORE AGENTS SCLITZ BOTTLED ...

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