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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 July 1910

mmmm m&jm if1?! I.ü! "( "¡I Í U lli I s ? ílii üg !1« f ¡I :M. H ÍÜHi ^rr'r'l' i mi £>ONT YOU frEjETZ, tTUST „>? LITTJLJZ U/V£7AtSYe&/th NO BANK j\CCO£/7VT'? © The banking business i< the safest business in the world, because the TAKES NO RISK. Tharefore, if you do not wish to actively tngpge in some business yourself, the bank i>. beyond all question, the SAFEST PLACE FOR VOL R MONEY* Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK We will make small loans to our FARMER friends to pay Cotton Choppers. WANTED TO BUY YOUR POULTRY Hens S3.00 per dozen Springs £2.50 to SO. per rioz. Ducks S3.50 per. dozen Turkeys per lb. 10c. Old Roosters 15c. each Poultry House in old Avery building-. N. E. Cor. Square Prices corrected weeklv. Wagaer & Dewees seems intent upon securingsome sort of a Fire Rating Insurance law, but a burnt child avoids the fire, with exceptions, of course, and the members are not inclin- ed to take instructions from any one, except their constitu...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 July 1910

SUPPLEMENT THE ASPERMONT STAR v.ii. ia Aspermont, Texas, Thuixlay July 28, 1910 No. 2 Tabulated Report of Election Returns of Stonewall County for County and Precinct Offices by Voting Precincts. Office ; n«l Candidate 0) a V < 3 S3 a V ■a a rfl u S3 a a o a * > o s id -3 rX> -£ 1) v O so J) s i, > o o <-> 'J > •Z) J3 w 3 O 73 -í 'j O o « V -c *sí > 5 ! 5 JH & n & *-> o e Kor County Judge: ' W. J. Arrington 56 26 2 3 24 11 7 50 11 2 4 9 20 14 J. F. Lee 40 8 7 6 7 22 10 1 6 24 9 10 7 Ernest Herring 53 18 18 16 11 7 15 5 10 10 28 2 3 1 Kor Sheriff and Tax Coll'r S. R. Lanier. 206 54 21 23 37 40 33 56 26 12 54 20 26 19 For County and Dis. Clerk R. S. Tillotson 206 54 20 25 42 39 33 57 28 12 56 20 28 21 For Tax Assessor J. L. Chennaui.t 6 29 10 2 1 2 5 . r 3 3 2 1 1 J. C. Rash. J. M. Forgus W. G. Owsley. 32 17 88 1 4 14 3 I 3 -3 I 17 19 4 9 22 1 13 17 8 29 3 7 12 1 7 1 4 42 1 8 5 12 24 4 3 17 2 1 J. W. Thompson 60 6 5 1 13 o 3 16 5 7 2 1 1 1 For County...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 August 1910

S. W. THOMAS. Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, Aug. 4, 1910. V THE LATEST NEWS FROM EVERYWHERE BY THE STAR'S SPECIAL WIRELESS SERVICE Plainview had a S45,000 fire in the business district. A young lady at Bronx Zoo in New York, was hugged by a Chimpanzie. The Cotton Carnival at Galveston was formally opened by Gov. Thomas M. Campbell. John G. Carlisle, former secretary of the United States Treas- ury, died in New York City July 31st. San Antonio had a $33,000 fire last Sundav, in the plant of the San Antonio Printing company. The bulls dominate the cotton market, and the end of the cam- paign not yet in sight. May be carried on in the August option. Col. Jefferson Davis Bradford, a nephew of Jefferson Davis, died at New Orleans. Dallas business men were hosts of O. B. Colquitt. Party lines laid aside and discussion of prosperity paramount issue. Oklahoma officials ready to begin probe of Gore charges. Congressman Creager will appear before investigat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 August 1910

ÑVY\ 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 S. W. THOMAS, Prop. New Brick South Side Aspennojt Pharmacy How The Contest Stands Votes cast up to last Saturda night show the contestants as followé: 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 Public School Shinerv Lake church Lutheran Church Alice Lanier Ethel Ferrell Emma Guest Annie Tleclit 4421 1420 24369 697 511 6826 1138 9933 1568 728 675 664, 633 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 August 1910

" ■* W ' _ 4'r-ÍJ ... ¡s3S> fe OI 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 Faints, Oils and Toilet Articles «CRIE Prescriptions carefully filled at all hours ...SODA FOUNTAIN... This season wc 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 J JEWELERS Full line watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, novelties and anythi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 August 1910

THE ASPERMONT STAR F'ubllahed Every Thursday S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. / W. T. MULLIN, Associate Editor Subscription, • 1 fk year. Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont. Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month Adios. With this issue of the Star our connection with it ceases. We took editorial charge of the Star last April, and have tried to give the readers a newsy paper. We have no apologies to offer for anv efforts we have put iorth. Our course has been ap- plauded by some, criticised br- others, which is but the ex- ^ perienoe of many. We cannot please all people all the time, and as the immortal "Bill" said: "tó thine own self be true and it must follow as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man." To those who have opposed our attitude on political and sec- tarian matters, we have onty this to say: You believe you are right, we believe we are right, we grant you the privilege of standing by your convictions, reserve the same right for ou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 August 1910

:-%A v X \ *£¡&?'rpr %- i «CVf? 'í :•; W -xa.A \ • \ AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 32J Kahnrnoi Corset Co.. MaU«rs Quality Tells We IVlak'e Sales on the Merit of our Goods AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 673 Kalamazoo Corset C ., Makers Get the best clothes your money can buy. That doesn't mean that you must pay an enor- mous price lor 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 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....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 August 1910

THE WOMAN'S HOME MISSION SOCIETY REPORT OF THE LAST SESSION OF THE 0 NORTHWEST TEXAS CONFERENCE OF THE W. H. fi\. S. MRS. J. W. BULLOCH The congregation sang "From Greenlands Icy Mountains." Miss Beatrice DeVaughn gave can Beauties from Waxahachie garden and wonder of wonders thev moved about like fairies and a very interesting reading, tu \ served fruit, ice cream and dain- accompaniment of the sweet low ty little cakes. strains of the organ. The president of the Central Texas Foreign Missionary So- ciety, Mrs. Downs, was brought forward and introduced to the the assembly. She spoke in a happy manner and said she felt like a daughter being introduced to her Father and mother, broth- ers and sisters. She gare a clear record of her past Christian life and brought greetings from her society to this one in conference here. She thought woman had no restrictions except such as the holy spirit dictates. The Secretary read the rules of order. Mrs. H. T. Kimbro was appointed timekeeper. Mrs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 August 1910

L. CRADDOGK & CO. PROFESSIONAL. F 1 DALLAS. TEXAS. The largest shippers of whiskey direct to com •timers in the SOUTH. Below we list a few of our leading orands: Our Own Bottling Bottied in Bond 4 Full i •■> 4 KmIÍ 12 Quarts Qts. Quarts Qts. Craddock's '87 $5.00 S12.00 James E. Peoper £5.50 $13.00 Craddock's *92 4.00 10.00 Green River 5.0.0 13.00 Melba Rye 4.00. 10.00 Sunny Brock 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.CO 12.00 Canda Rye 3.00 8.00 Hill & Hill 5.00 12.00 Best Tenn. Whiskey 3.00 8.00- Pen wick Rye 4.50 11.00 Craddock's Corn 3.00 8.00 Quality Club 4.50 11.00 Nelson Sour Mash 2.50 7.00 Karl y 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 T. J. McCamant, M D D. C. Carrington. M D [)rs. McCamant & Carrington Physicians and Surgeons Surgical Work a Specialty OFFICE:—at the Star Drug Store EXPRESS CHARGES PREPAID ON FOUR QUARTS OR MORE AGEN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 4 August 1910

¿pOTSSSSSUHEaXBOl ,n^ swhen "i&uVe Harvested o YOUg COIN PUT IT IN THE For those who wish a CONSERVATIVE, yet pro= gressive BANK at their command, we offer ours for their accomodation. We respectfully refer those who are not our pat- rons to those who are. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK We will make small loans to our FARMER friends to pay Cotton Choppers. ,r> J B. Y. P. U. Program August 7, 1910, 5:15 p. m. Leader—J. W. Thompson. Subject—The Inspiration of Making Money. Song and prayer. Roll call, business, appoint- ments for next meeting. Special music. Discussion of Article in B. Y. P. U. quarterly for this meeting Mrs. B. Carroll. The Call to Industry; What is the Young Christian's Duty? —Miss Jessie Stanley. The Call to Service—How can the Young Christian Meet that Call?—Mr. Lindsey. Hymn—''I Gave My Life for Thee." Prayer and closing exercises. The Laziest Man in the World would not be contented to be kept in the house and doing nothing by rheu matism. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 11 August 1910

The Aspermont Sta J. W. Thompson, Editor and Publisher. Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Aug. 11, 1910. Vol. 13. Nc $5,roo of the $6, nus for the Water and Electric Lights Has Been Subscribed -i' COURT HOUSE BURNS TUESDAY MORNING Stonewall County's Court House Destroyed By Fire BOY BITTEN BY SNAKE DIES SUNDAY NIGHT Sad Accident Befalls Young Kluting When Bitten by A Rattler. CLEARANCE Great excitement prevailed among the citizenship of Asper- mont at an early hour Tuesday morning when it was discovered that the court house was in flames. The fire broke out about 2:30 and in less than 30 minutes the entire building was consumed. It being a wooden ssructure, burned very rapidly. All valuable papers, records, books and such like were des- troyed, nothing was taken from the building as the fire was un- der considerable headway when discovered. Tne County Clerk's Office being in a separate build- ing, a stone structure, was not damaged by the fire, and conse- quently nothing was lost ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 11 August 1910

' : 7 ■ • •• — * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Smoke a Drin Cigars Fit to Smoke Did you ever notice a difference in the same brand of cigars bought at different places? The (difference is not in the tobacco but in the way the cigars are kept. You'll Like Our Cigars Your favorite brand bught here will please you more than ever. We keep cigars at just the right degree of moisture to insure best smoking condition. Have the pop- ular brands in shape, size and shade you like best. T ry Them Food . and Drinks Grape juice is a beverage that does goood. It is almost as nutritious as milk. There's nothing its equal for a hot weath- er drink. Try it once and you'll be convinced. Grape Juice, The Health Drink . is retreshing and our Walker's Grape Juice is very delicious. Comes in 65c, 35c, 20c and 10c Bottles. Served at the Fountain also. Other soft drinks also served. Ice cream ajjd fruit at all hours. We will appre- ciate youp trade. Gall I si. ÍSSBBB ft) * *...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 11 August 1910

C. W. Anderson ■«■i—■«i ~d JEWELER ¡&~ Full line watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, novelties and anything to be found in a first-class jewelry store. REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY At Star Drug Store—Aspermont, Texas. MONEY j TO LOAN BY < McCord Realty Company \ ON FARMS AND RANCHES i No inspection fee. No attorney's fee. Get your money in i five to ten days after approval. If you want money quick, £ give us your application this week. Absolutely no charges C unless we get your loan. Loans on longtime, k/vv rates and \ fair dealings. * © McCord Realty Co. i S LAND LOAN AND INSURANCE £ S Lee Building Aspermont, Texas. ¿ New Postoffice Rules Our postmaster formulates the following rules for the benefit of his patrons and that you may know what you may exact: No letters given out until they have been received. If you don't get a letter or a paper on the daj^ you expect it have the postmast- er look through all the boxes and down the cellar also. ít ought to be there somewhere and h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 11 August 1910

m THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday </• W.'THOMPSON, - - Editor «subscription. i&l A Year. Entered at the Postoftice at Asper- mont, Texas, as seconcl-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month The road to succes is paved with good advertiaements. You don't have to go to war to be patriotic. Improve your loca1it3T, uphold your town, en- large its interests, and 3rou are a patriot, a lover of your country. At Aurora, III. residents are ordered to take a bath at least once a week. Failure to com- ply is subject to arrest and pro- secution. We have heard of towns cleaning up but this is cer- tainly getting to the bottom of it. William J. Bryan is preparing to move to Texas and has given instructions that the work of improving his farm of 169 acres near Mission be pushed forward as rapidly as possible. He in- tends to move his family about fall to reside permanently. A peculiar circumstance ex- ists at Newton, N. J. Cows were noticed'to be falling off in their supply of m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 11 August 1910

m-"- Guyle, Rollie and Noel Spring- er are visiting their uncle, E. F. Springer at Spur. Olen Lewis left Friday for Jayton where he has a positio11 in the drug store of W. M. Mor- row. Another good rain fell over the Jayton country Wednesday night.—Jayton Herald. Bring your chickens to Wag- ner & Dewees' poultry yard, first house north of Judge Dickey's J. P. Boyd and Arthur Cran- ston were in Spur Saturday on business. If you don't want to sell your stuff Better not list with McCord Realty Co. Arthur Cranston of Jones Co., came in Saturday morning look- ing for pasturage for cattle. ^ Those who suffer from aches or pains, should try Bass 3363. Your druggist has it in 25 and 50c bottles Mrs. Mary Holley and child- ren, Ben, Oat, Willard and Miss Mollie, left Tuesday in a wagon for New Mexico on a visit to her daughters. Mrs. W. L. Johnson and daughter, Marene, left Monday for Hillsboro in response to a message stating that Mrs. John- son's father was very low. Send your kodak fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 11 August 1910

Z1 , AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 323 Kalamazoo Corset Co.. Makers Quality Tells We Make Sales on the Merit of our Goods AMERICAN BEAUTY Style 67S Kalamazoo Corset Co., Makers Get the best clothes your money can buy. That doesn't mean that you must pay an enor- mous price lor 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 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. A. W. Springer & Son The House...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 11 August 1910

THE WOMAN'S HOME MISSION SOCIETY Report of the Last Session of The Old North West Texas Conference. By Mrs. J. W. Bulloch, delegate. The first one was called an in- stitutional poster, all the public buildings were shown on this. Another showed the enormity of the whiskey traffic, another of the negro race. The message she brought was from the mission home in Dallas. She called the King's messenger a little white winged angel that bears a mes- sage of hope to dispairing girls. Manv subscribed for this paper at 50 cents per year. Blessed As- surance was sung. Mrs. A. P. Bently then spoke on how to make the local auxiliary go. She said she had no charts or black-^ board illustrations, but she wish- ed to give a few old fashion ideas all her own. Her old fashion ideas somehow reminded one of apostolic days. Prayer took first place, faithfulness In attendance, thithing, in fact all the graces which comes from a renewed life in Christ. "The call of tlpe chil- dren" was a subject skillful...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 11 August 1910

,3 - r >51 • - L. T. J. McC • o t. C D. C. C irriiigton. NI D Irs. ScCa« i« & urringten Physicians and Surgeons S ir¿icai Work a Specialty OFFICE: at ths Star Drug Store WM. JORDAN. M. Ü. Physician and Surgeon, Office at Aspermont Pharmacy • ASPERMONT^ ~ TEXAS A. A. ANNIE ... Dentist... Office over First National Bank Aspermont, Texas jas. p. kinnard, ATTORN EY-AT -t-AW Will practice in the Courts of Stone- wall and adjoining1 counties Haskell, Texas A. I. ROBINSON Contractor and Builder STONE & BRICKWORK A SPECIALTY Plans and Specifications: fur- nished on short notice. ASPERÜÍONT, - TEXAS. \ i R. M. REED Lawyer and Abstracter. Abstracts of Title Furnished on Short Notice to any Land in Stonewall Co. Office up-stairs First National Bank Building ASPERMONT. : TEXAS. Arrington & Carter Lawyers Practice in Stonewall and adjoin- ing: counties. NOTARY IN OFFICE Office 3í. W- of Conrthotwf. Aspermont, Texas BLACKSMITHING When wanting: work done bv a Blacksmith see O. F. Os...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 11 August 1910

0Ea:E301 LIFE IS ASSURED 5 HAS BANK MARSHALL FIELD clerked in a store when he was a boy. He put in the bank enough out of his salary to start a small business of his own. Today] his estab= lishment is the finest in the world. His two grand sons will get 400 millions each when they are given Q theirshare of his estate. Make OUR Bank YOVR Bank The First National Bank Aspermont, Texas aoi STAMFORD AND EASTERN RAILROAD DOYS WRECK FRISCO . TRAIN NEAR TOLAR Charter Issued to Company for Road from Stam- ford to Graham Two Youths Drive Spikes Into Ties, Throwing Lo- comotive Into Ditch Austin, Tex., Aug. 6.—The Attorney General today approv- ed and the Secretary of State filed the charter of the Stamford and Eastern Railway of Stam- ford, eighty miles long, project- ed from Stamford, Jones county, to Graham, in Young county, through Haskell, Shackelford and Slephens counties. The capital stock of the road is $90,- 000. The proposed line has been mentioned as a possible Texas Central extensi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 18 August 1910

The Aspermont Sta J. W. Thompson, Editor and Publisher. Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Aug. 18, 1910. Vol. 14. it The Star Reaches All Parts of Stonewall County. Send'Us Reports from Your Section FIRST BALE COTTON / RECEIVED TUESDAY Sold in Aspermont Tuesday to Bryant-Link Co. For 14:50 W, A. Halsted brought in the first bale of cotton raised in Ston- wall county this season. The cotton was grown on Jim Pow- ell's place 13 miles west of town. It was ginned by Lee Bros, and weighed 465 pounds. The bale was sold to Bryant-Link Co. for 14:50 and a premium of $15 was made up for the owner. A Challenge. August 13th, 1910. We the Shinery Lake base ball team have beat everything in Asper- mont except what's called the first nine ''Boosters" and chal- lenge any team in the county to meet us on the Aspermont dia- mond. Shinery Lake Nine. Rob Martin, Capt., Aspermont, Texas. Home Talent Play. The melo-drama "Out in the Streets" will played at the Ma- sonic Hall Friday night, August 26th ...

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