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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 January 1911

I ü The Aspermont Star Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, Jan. 11,1911. Vol. 13. No. 2\ Stonewall County Needs a $75.000 Dollar Court House. RAILROAD RUMBLINGS. Keep Your Eyes on Aspermont and Watch Her Pull Another Plum. There's Rail- road Talk in the Air—Keep Your Ears to the Ground and Listen, and Watch the Signs of the Times. Look on the map and draw a straight line from Hamlin, Tex- as, to Paducah on the north and you will discover that the citv of Aspermont is right square on the line and will naturally be the pro- jective point for a crossing on the Wichita Valley. It is a fact be- yond the question of a doubt, that Morgan Jones is going to extend this road from Hamlin in the ve- ry near future, and it is going in a northern direction, Paducah being its projective point. There is railroad talk in the air, and there's going to be something do- ing over here in Stonewall coun- ty pretty soon. This route has been gone over and we...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 January 1911

- .j, .j yi . •, 'J; sr s < at Low PRICES == — t <i: riSi'j. We are not closing out at cost, neither are we going to move, but we have put prices on our Goods that will move them. We have a large shipment of Flour in transit, and when it arrives we will quote you prices that will look good. . Come in and stee us, and make our store your headquarters while in the city. Aspermont, Texas J. A. CARROLL, A Card. To The Star: I thank you for your notice of our family reunion, but His Majesty made so many mistakes that my friends will hardly recognise me or credit my work. Now I raised the corn—40 bushels per acre was the best. I kept a record for the first ten years, including two failures, and my corn averoged 18 bushels per acre. If I had have had June corn, milo-maze and cafflr corn there would have been no failure. Remember, I was the first to raise twenty-five bales of cotton. I marketed this cotton at Abilene, that being the nearest market at that time. R. G. Harrell after- wa...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 January 1911

MONEYTO LOAN ON FARMS AND RANCHES We have loaned more money in Stonewall and Kent counties in the last twelve months than all other firms com- bined. We still have a few thousand to put out on g-cod securities. See us. We get the money. We write Fire In- surance, ten of the strongest companies in America. We «ell and buy land. We make abstracts, write deeds and do all kinds of notary work. McCord Realty Company Over first Nat Bank. Telephone No. 6 iCAAAiGCAiCAAAAl CITY BARBER SHOP BUTLER & PAYNE, Props. All Work First Class Hot'and Col<£Baths Agents DUBLINJSTEAM LAUNDRY STRICTLYJCASH West Side □ Goal, | Grain ai Come to us to buy you feed. We HIMalwavs keep a good supply and will appreciate your patronage FIELDÜSEEDS EFOR'jPL ANTING lee Us for Coal ' * Store first doorjnorth]of¿Livery Stable | PhoneJNo. 6z"iJ " mclaury:&;lee When in Aspermont Stop at THE WHATLEY HOTEL At the Wagon Yard. Kates $1.00 per day. Meals 25c. Good fare and clean beds Mrs. M. E. Whatley, Prop. L. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 January 1911

- .jwiiiÉIIÍÍMÍÉÉÉÉÉMÍÍM New Year Greeting Men's $18.00 Suits Now $14.50 V , Boy's $7.50 Suits Now $6.00 If you don't need anything else to begin the New Year with, you can never have too many Clothes. Put on a good front and everybody will think more of you, and yon will have a better opinion pf yourself. Of course you don't want to throw away your money fool- ishly, and you will be doing this if you pay more for your Clothes than you ought. We will sell good Goods and will not charge you such a high price either. See what your money will do at our Store. Men's $16.00 Suits Now $13.00 Boy's $5.00 Suits Now $4.00 Cut Prices on Trousers ■ ■- ÜH^^H /■ Men's $15.00 Suits Now $12.00 N.G. ROLLINS "S& ■ :■&, .y^m^ ífft B¡ü H mg pis . A,«i*"' m ¡fl ■ '' V';;~:S v'%,íl m THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday RICHARD H. McCARTY, Editor Subscription* $1 f\ Year. Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. v Four Issues One Month C. N. Poore was ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 January 1911

h . :í ARRIVALS We are now receiving New Goods each week and would be glad to have you call and inspect them. We have a complete line of the BRADLEY Sweater Coats and Mufflers for Men, Women and Children. See our line of Hats and Caps. Our new Fall line of Mens Clothing and ladies Cloaks are now ready for inspec- tion. The prettiest line of Silks in colors and Per- sians ever opened up in Aspermont. FULL FASHIONED1 MUFFLER our assortment of Ladies Collars, tabs and Jabots. Also Belts in all the latest styles and colors Our Groceries are always kept Fresh and Clean. A. W. Springer & Son i a. w The House of Quality LOCALS AND PERSONALS Rev. A. B. Welch came in Tuesday morning- from an ex- tended trip to Valley Mills and other points. He came in to be present at the marriage of his daughter, Miss Ruth. At a late meeting of the stock- holders of the Stonewall State Bank of Peacock, the old board -of directors were re-elected. All the old officers of the bank were also chosen for ano...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 January 1911

m . -fíj TEXAS IN THE LEAD The 32nd Legislature Enters the Turning Basin of Law-Making. Austin, Texas, Jan. 9.—The 32nd Legislature has opened with a blaze of glory and the cap- ital city is illuminated like a birthday cake. The solons are as fine a lot of fellows as ever un- dertook to think in new channels. There are currents and under- currents in politics but the in- fluence for progress in the 32nd legislature is as strong as the gulf stream and is sweeping ev- erything before it That a flood of bills will be introduced no one doubts; it would not be possible to assemble so large a body of men without having a few who are as nutty as a pecan tree in the fall of the year, but the leg- islature as a whole looks good. The first week of the session is being taken up in the election of officers and appointment of committees. The inauguration of the new Govenor on the 17th is the topic of absorbing interest, and the statesmen are too busy scrambling for dress suits to pass laws. The ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 January 1911

«rífá §i0 m OlTTK The best resolution you can make for the New ; Year is to resolve to come to our store for every- j thing you need in HARDWARE, because we sell the best Tools, Hardware and Implements made. We stand behind everything we sell with our money and reputation, and make good on every deal. We wish you prosperity and happiness. S. B. Pierson Hardware and Furniture Spencer & Co Wants Yonr Lumber Trade See us before you buy. Quick Sales and small profits has always been our business policy. J. B. Lipscomb, M'g'r. Aspermont, Texas Livery,Feed AND SALES STABLE W. B. BINGHAM Proprietor Good, Serviceable Teams and Up-to-now Rigs. Special attention to Transient Trade. Feed Always on Hand. Aspermont, Texas Tailor Shop Cleaning and Pressing Neatly Done. We Guarantee Our Work to be First Class in Every Respect. BUTTLpR & PAYNE Aspermont, Texas Rufus C. Ledbetter Dead. At 8 o'clock Sunday morning, January first, 1911, all that was mortal of Rufus C. Ledbetter passed away, an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 January 1911

BIG SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE BEGINS Jan. 7th OF Easterwood & Payne HAMLIN, TEXAS Will End Jan. 28th MM Wk IÜ T THE END OF EACH SEASON we inaugurate a Special Clearance Sale. Our reason is to clear up all Fall and Winter Goods. At the close of this Big Sale our buyer will start for the Eastern market to buy our large stock of Spring Goods. Everything in the house will be cut to the very limit, as we positively will not carry over goods from one season to another. We would rather Tose a little money on our Fall and Winter Goods than to carry them over. In some departments we | overloaded and there is where the big knife will cut the deepest. We have $20,000 worth of merchandise we are going sell in this sale regardless of cost This undoubtedly will be the biggest price-Cutting and clearance sale Hamlin people ever heard of. We are not considering profits; it is the money and room we are after. So remember the date. Sale Saturday morning, January 7th, at 9 a. m., and closes Saturday n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 January 1911

1 -m The Aspermont St Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, Jan. 20, 1911. ; l It's Not Politics tHat Stonewall Wants, But a $75,000 Court HAVE ORGANIZED BOOSTER CLUB Great Things to be Done in Aspermont and Stonewall County During 1911. Pursuant to a call the young men of Aspermont met at the First /National bank Monday night and organized a Young Men's Booster Club. The mat- ter had been discussed among the young men for same time, and so Monday night they met for that purpose. The meeting was called to order by Richard H. McCarty, and after a brief statement as to the object of the meeting by the temporary chair- man, a motion was made that they go into permanent organiza- tion. Said motion prevailed and Mr. Roy Riddel, cashier of the First National, was nominated for president and was elected without opposition. In the mas- ter of secretary it seemed to be in the minds of all that Mr. Hunter Spencer was the man for the place, and so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 January 1911

mm w®¡&m mm m. :«*tc-%¿s PRICES sa , We are not closing out at cost, neither are we goiñg to move, but we have put prices on our Goods that will move them. We have a large shipment of Flour in transit, and when it arriyes we will quote you prices that will look good. . Come in and see us, and make our store your headquarters while in the city. Texas J. A. CARROLL, MERE MATTER OF INFORMATION. Methodist Church. Wéálth and Education. "An ignorant people not only is, but must be a poor people. No richness of climate, no spon- taneous productiveness of soil, no facilities for commerce no stores of gold or of dimonds garnered in the treasure chambers of the earth can confer even worldly prosperity upon an uneducated nation. Such a nation cannot cre- at wealth of itself; and whatever riches may be showered upon it will run to waste. The ignorant pearl-divers do not wear the pearls they win. The dimond- hunters are not ornamented by the gems they find. The miners for silver and gold are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 January 1911

#d# S\( P)T(R1I( I )I(NE)I(R 'Wm We are now receiving New Goods each week and would be glad to have you call and inspect them. We have a complete line of the BRADLEY Sweater Coats and Mufflers for Men, Women and Children. See our line o'f Hats and Caps. ¿ :." i\ Our new Fall line of Mens Clothing and ladies Cloaks are ndw ready for inspec- tion. The prettiest line of Silks in colors and Per- sians ever opened up in Aspermont. ■ / FULL \ / fashioned' muffler See our assortment of Ladies Cellars, tabs and Jabots. Also Belts in all the latest styles and colors Our Groceries are always kept Fresh and Clean. A. W. Springer & Son mmm The House of Quality LOCALS AND PERSONALS Prof. M. Kroener of Branden- burg-, was in town Saturday, do- ing business with our merchants. Stonewall county wants to have a dog killing this year— they are a terrible pest. E. B. Featherson made a busi- ness trip up the Wichita Valley this week. Miss Turner, the popular sales- lady at N. G. Rollins' returned f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 January 1911

Fifth Sunday Meeting. The Fifth Sunday meeting of the Stonewall Baptist Associa- tion will be held with the church at Jayton, beginning on Thurs- day, January 26th, and continu- ing until Sunday, San. 29th. THURSDAY. 7 p. m. Introductory Sermon. Rev. Mr. Cobb. FRIDAY. 9 a. m. Devotional Service. M. V. Guest. 9:30 a. m. The Bible as a Fac- tor in Deepening Our Spiritual Life. Rev. J. D. Clow and Rev. Mr. Brister. 10 a. m. Discussion of the Bap- tist Church Covenant, lead by Rev. Will North. 11 a. m. Sermon, "What is Bible Sanctification?" Rev. B. F. Whitten. 2 p. m. Evangelism—Its Grow- ing Need. T. Bumgardner. The Most Efficient Evangelical Agencies. Rev. Will North. 3 p. m. The Religious Press in the Development of Church Life. Richard H. McCarty and Prof. Branon. 7 p. m. Buckner's Orphans' Home^ SATURDAY. 9 a. m. Testimony Service. Rev. Frank Elliott. 9:30 a. m. The Deacon's Re- lation to the Church. Bud Mc- Kinzy. The Deacon's Relation to the Pastor. Judge Glenn. 10 a. m. Mission...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 January 1911

K MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS AND RANCHES Wc have loaned more money in Stonewall and Kent counties in the last twelve months than all other firms com- bined. We still have a few thousand to put out on gtod securities. See us. We get the money. We write Fire In- surance, ten of the strongest companies in America. We sell and buy land. ,We make abstracts, write deeds and do all kinds of notary work. McCord Realty Company Over First Mat. Baik. Telephone Nt. CITY BARBER SHOP BUTLER & PAYNE, Props. All Work First Class Hot and Cold Baths Agents DUBLIN STEAM LAUNDRY STRICTLY CASH West Side □ | Coal, Grain and Hay C Come to us to buy you feed. We ' ilH9always keep a good supply and ^will appreciate your patronage r""" ■ : m. -#■ -v - # ¡FIELDJSEEDS ¡FOR PLANTING 1 r-,™ , JSeejUs|for Coal™ t II I II II iffiWBP lili I. „ V % - * Store first|door|north]bfSLivery|Stable —■i>; • 5 J'Phonc No. 62C ^gjQMcLAURY & LEE When in Aspermont Stop at THE WHATLEY HOTEL At the Wagon Yard. \ Kates $1.0...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 January 1911

'V .¿¡rf'-Vr*. , &ÍZm. Pw Sn^ftCI V •. ■'? <& ■ >" '"I .-^T Year Men's $18.00 Suits Now $14.50 Men's $16.00 Suits Now $13.00 Men's $15.00 Suits Now $12.00 If you don't need anything else to begin the New Year with, you can never have too many Clothes. Put on a good front and everybody will' think more of you, and yon will have a better opinion of yourself. Of course you don't want to throw away your money fool- ishly, and you will be doing this if you pay more for your Clothes than you ought. We will sell good Goods and will not charge you such a high price either. See what your money will do at our Store. - V* - r-v m N. G. ROLLINS Boy's $7.50 Suits v Now $6.00 Boy's $5.00 Suits Now $4.0(1 Cut Prices on Trousers mM mm Ü Jr -i ' Él Ü 'ml m V m Ü THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday RICHARD H. McCARTY, Editor Subscription, A Year. Entered at the Postoflice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail 'matter. Four Issues One Month Mr. Farmer plow land while the su...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 January 1911

<: * . <mzt antz aMu ezfofa&JjjL ?\ £jV|^ m %<?uA^ 01W The best resolution you can make for the New Year is to resolve to come to our store for every- thing you need in HARDWARE, because we sell the best Tools, Hardware and Implements made. We stand behind everything we sell with our money and reputation, and make good on every deal. We wish you prosperity and happiness. S. B. Pierson Hardware and Furniture R. B. Spencer & Co Wants Your Lumber Trade V See us before you buy. Quick Sales and small profits has always been our business policy. J. B. Lipscomb, M'g'r. Aspermont, Texas | Livery, Feed AND SALES STABLE W. B. BINGHAM Proprietor Good, Serviceable Teams and Up-to-now Rigs. Special attention to Transient Trade. Feed Always on Hand. Aspermont, Texas Tailor Shop Cleaning and Pressing Neatly Done. We Guarantee Our Work to be First Class in Every Respect. BUTTLER & PAYNE Aspermont, Texas The spirit of progress has tak- en a firm hold on the people of Texas and e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 January 1911

BIG = Railroad Wreck BY Mistrot Bros., Aspermont Sale Begins Friday, January 20; Ends Saturday, Jan. ¡8. 8 Days of Big Selling! '' * . 'r — v • ' \ This Sale is being advertised all over Stonewall county. Everybody is invited to attend this Great Bargain Opportunity. 25 Salespeople to Wait on You 25 Southeast Corner Square, Aspermont; Texas COMMISSIONERS' COURT Proposition to Reduce the Tax Rate of Stonewall County. The Commissioners' Court con- vened in special session Monday of this week for the purpose of counting the vote, in the election which was held for the1 purpose of determining whether or not the county should establish the office of county superintendent. And while the Court was in ses- sion the Star editor dropped into the court room and found that honorable body discussing the proposition of lowering the tax rate in the county for the en- suing year. They first talked of reducing the taxes 15 per cent, but after figuringon the proposi- tion, they came to the conclusion...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 January 1911

The Aspermont St Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, Jan. 27,1911. Just Five More Days Left in Which You Can Pay Your Poll' VoL 13. P YOUNG MEN'S BOOSTER CLUB Held a Rousing Meeting Mon- day And Much Business Was Transacted As per announcement in the Star last week, the Young Men's Business Club held another meet- ing: Monday night. Quite alarge crowd was out and much enthusi- asm was manifested in the meet- ing. Messrs. Hunter Spencer and C. L. Mayes both made rous- ing speeches and were cheered to the echo. The committee on the constitution and by laws were ready with their report and the reading of the constitution and by laws prepared. They were adopted after some changes in same. The chair appointed the board of directors consisting of three members: J. B. Lipscomb, R. V. Butler and N. S. Welch— and in passing we want to say that we think the chair made a wise selection in the appointment of these gentlemen. The club is now in go...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 January 1911

wmmm 4' *'* í" k PRICES We are not closing out at cost, neither are we going to move, but we have put prices on our Goods that will move them. We have a large shipment of Flour in transit, and. when, it arrives we will quote you prices that will look good. . Come in and see us, and make our store your headquarters while in the city. C Aspermont, Texas • - A 4 J. A. CARROLL, PEACE AND REST The State Enters Upon New Policies. Its The new Goyernor is snugly housed in the mansion. He is as happy as a baby that the stork dropped in a rich man's cradle and his pacifier is "fewer laws." Gov. Colquitt's message to the 32nd legislature has rolled the stone from the sepulchre of pro- gress and Prosperity is ascend- ing to the Throne in Texas. The legislature is united in helping nature tilt the horn of plenty into the life of the state. A change in administration al- ways carries with it possibilities of misunderstanding and strife, but the present change is one of peace and rest, and the gho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 January 1911

/ MONEYTOLOAN ON FARMS AND RANCHES i We haye loaned more money in Stonewall and Kent counties in the last twelve months than all other firms com- bined. We still have a few thousand to putoutongxod securities. See us, We get the money. We write Fire In- surance, ten of the strongest companies in America. We sell and buy land. We make abstracts, write deeds and do all kinds of notary work. McCord Realty Company Over First Nat. Bank. Telephone No. 6 CITY BARBER SHOP i BUTLER & PAYNE, Props. All Work First Class Hot and Cold Baths Agents DUBLIN STEAM LAUNDRY STRICTLY CASH West Side □ i * i Goal, Grain and Hay Come to us to buy you feed. We always keep a good supply and will appreciate your patronage FIELD SEEDS FOR PL4NTINQ See Us for Coal Store first door north of Livery Stable Phone No. 62 McLAURY & LEE When in Aspermont Stop at THE WHATLEY HOTEL At the Wagon Yard. Rates $1.00 per day. Meals 25c. Good fare and clean beds Mrs. M. E. Whatley, Prop. L. CRADDOCK & CO. DALLAS,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 January 1911

m u Ladies Coats a Now is the time to buy a coat. We have a few ladies and misses cloaks and capes,' well tailored arid carefully finished, that we are selling at greatly reduced prices. Ladies Waists The Fashionable tailored waists of Linen, Lineve, Madras; also a few Lin gerie waists. Prices to suit every pocket book. V Dress Goods You will find in our stock all the latest and most popular styles as well as a nice line of staple dress goods. RESOLVED THAT WE 3ELL SHOES YOU CAN JLJP RIGHT INTo. ¿trong,Durable and HANDSOME AT A FAIR, PRICE Copyright, x / li/cCLU //|^ Y, "Fit" is the first thing you want in a pair of Shoes. We carry a large stock of shoes, that is why we can fit you. "Look" and "wear" are the next things you want in a pair of shoes. We sell shoes that look and wear well. Have just opened our spring stock of Shoes. The most beautiful line of Ladies, Misses and Children's Oxfords and Pumps ever brought to this town. Come and see. N. G. ROLLINS Ginghams Just opened a ne...

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