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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 March 1911

/ k/ We are going to offer Great Bargains in Fall and Winter Suits Anil a few other articles for the First Monday in March, Trades Day. It will pay you to call and see what what you can do that day on some of our Specialties. A. W. Springer & Son The Star Has One of the Very Best Job Printing Offices IN WEST TEXAS ~r Prices are Right 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 Produce Wanted! We pay the mgnest market price for Turkeys, Ghickens, Butter and Eggs, Hides and Skins CITY MEAT MARKET. F-J-DALBY Pr°p STAR DRUG : STORE Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Our Store is Complete with Everything- that belongs to a first-class Drug Store. See us. First Baptist Church. SUNDAY SERVICES. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., B. F. Whitten, pastor. Sunday School 9:45 a. m., W.P. Guest, superintendent. B. Y. P. U. 3:30 p. m., Will Link, president. MIDW...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 March 1911

'it:. . & ■ .^1 K.M3m im OIOIOIO ft ft ft ft * * ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ¡ ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft I d g O )r5i She sits here like a Diamond Broach on the Fertile Bosom of Stonewall County, the Fairest Garden of all, and she extends the Glad Hand of Welcome to Capital, Brain and Brawn. Asper= mont is the Capital City of Stonewall County, whose fertile plains and vine=clad hills are more productive than the Delta of the Nile. Here is the Home of King Cotton, and her fields bloom with the Golden Grain and the grape vine staggers from tree to tree drunk with its own wine. 'W-'-m StonewallCounty Has the most Celubrious Climate on the Globe; the gentle Zephyr Breeze paint red roses in your cheeks and the purified air will take the bile out of your stomach. ü S¡ Come to Stonewall County where Prosperity will Smile on You, be Happy and Live Forever. m OIOIOIOIOIOIO OIOXOIOIOXOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOXO

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 March 1911

WONT * You will save more than enough on Doctor's bills to buy a Cistern, if you'll own one, and drink j water pure as it falls from the sky. Perhaps you may prevent even death itself from knocking at your door, if you buy a Cistern. In buying your Cistern you should consider durability as well as capacity. The Cisterns which we sell will last a lifetime and keep your water pure and sparkling. S. B. Pierson Hardware and Furniture R. B. Spencer &Co { Wants Your Lumber Trade See us before you buy. Quick Sales and small profits has always been our business policy. 4 J. B. Lipscomb, M'g'r. Aspermont, Texas Webb & Pierce 9 Dealers in Real Estate, City and Country Property, Brokerage and Loan Business. Will do a general Exchange Business in all kinds of Property. List your property with us, will find you a buyer for same. See us for loans. Call on us at T. M. Hal- comb's old real estate office, Aspermont, Texas. Webb & Pierce (¡6EL0US A HAROY EXPLORES While Travailing In the W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 March 1911

Bilberry Feed Store, Wagon Yard & Good Livery Rigs. A Fresh Car of Mixed Feed Just Received. Peacock, Texas Our Trip to Peacock. On last Thursday morning we boarded the west bound train for Peacock and arrived there on schedule ^time. The Commis- sioners in body were aboard this train, headed for the Salt Fork, for the purpose of looking1 out a location for the proposed bridge across said stream. The citizens of Peacock met us at the station with wagons and buggies to con- vey us out to the river, and after a few moments delay in town, the crowd headed for the Salt Fork. Laughing and fussy Joe Matthews was with us and led the van for the scene of action. The bridge man, Mr. Moore, first sounded the river about half mile below the railroad bridge and found it underlaid with a de- posit of clay from six to fourteen feet. After thoroughly testing this point, the noon honr was up- on us, and we built a big log heap and then the dinner hour was on. We had boiled eggs, pickles, sal- m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 March 1911

mm r" ^ ..W--.:... The Aspermont Star Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, Ma rch 10, 1911. Spring Time is Surely Here—Now Plant You r Corn and Cotton First Monday in Aspermont Was a Grand Success—An Old-timer Says that this was the Largest Crowd Ever Seen Here. There was Between 1,200 and 1,500 People Here to Participate in Rally. First Monday was the biggest day Aspermont lias ever had. There was something1 like 1,500 men and women here to partici- pate in the grand rally. Sunday evening and early Monday morn- ing the people began to arrive in wagons, buggies and on horse- back. and by noon the town was one seething mass of human be- ings. It beat a circus a city block you couldn't get along the sidewalks without pushing your way through. It was a revalation to the editor of The Star. He wasn't aware of the fact that so many people liyed in Stonewall county, and the hand- somest men and the prettiest wo- men we have ever seen in any ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 March 1911

Big Trade on First Monday. We thank our friends and customers. Watch our Ad. for bargains. We had Aspermont, Texas w We counties bined. securiti suranee sell and all kindi M Over I WHAT SENILE DEBILITY IS NOT MUCH INCOME IN GOTHAM Waste of Muscle, Cartilage, Bone and Nerve Tissue Consequent on Im- paired Metabolism. L L. Nascher, New York, says that senile debility cannot be prevented, but its effects can be relieved, ttia mental attitude improved and a sem- blance of vigor restored. The causa Is waste of muscle, cartilage, bono land nerve tissue, consequent on im- paired metabolism. That which im- proves tie mental condition and in- creases hope will improve the debil- ity. When ambition and interest in ■work are lost erectneas and initia- tive are also lost.. Ageing Is in great part due to mental Influences. Mental stimulation through physical influ- ences is the natural method of over- coming mental depression Phos- phorus and arsenic are useful drugs Jor this purpose. Hygienic a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 March 1911

* ■> & MONEYTOLOAN 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 {ft.od securities. See us. We get the money. We write I* ire In- surance, ten ill the strongest companies in America. We sell and buy land, We make abstracts, write deeds and do all kinds oi notary work. McCord Realty Company Over First Nat. Bank. Telephone No. 6 CITY BARBER SHOP BUTLER & PAYNE, Props. All Work First Class Hot and Cold Baths Agents DUBLIN STEAM LAUNDRY STRICTLY CASH West Side t lit, Texas i Ities and Jex as. Year. PROFESSIONAL. VALUE OF A STRONG MEMORY W Ernest Herring LAWYER & ABSTRACTOR Especial Attention to Examining and Perfecting Land Title" and Pee;faring Abstracts of Titles. OIHce upstairs over First National Ltiink, As||ermont, Texas. I, I Grain and flay Come to us to buy you f&ed. We always keep a good supply and will appreciate your patronag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 March 1911

I Blankets A nice line cotton blankets a duced prices. Large eleven-quai that were $3.50, $2.50 blanket $2.00 blanke $1.50 blanket )f wool and t greatly re- -ter blankets now $2.50. s for $2.00. ;s for $1.50. 5 for $1.25. RESOLVED •that jnow is not the ONfLY thing that falls this t/me of the Year,' our prices are Coming DcWN ON ^OME Of Our. very best VALVES. we Idont waw^amy left- i over.s buster Knit Goods Special prices on all knit goods. See wool, Shetland Floss and Saxony Shawls, Fascinators, Scarfs and To- boggans. This is the greatest bargain ever offered. \ Rugs, Etc. Wtf want to close out our line of Mattings, Rugs, Art Squares and Linoleum, and can save you money on them. Let us show you be- fore you buy. Overshirts We still have a nice line of Men's Overshirts in wool! and cotton. All-wool Flannel Shirts that were $2.50. now $2.00. $2.00 Shirts now $1.50. $1.00 Shirts 75c. Percale Shirts 50c to 25c. ye-s,YJ£"1,iucej have fallen on what WE HAVE LEFT OF oVR. REGULAR. LINE OF...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 March 1911

init and vis, To- est ool ted es' es, illy ed We are Just Receiving OUR New Goods We have the nicest line of Wash Dress Goods and Ginghams. All kinds of Notions. Come and Look them over. A. W. Springer & Son Methodist Church. SUNDAY, MARCH 12. There will be Sunday School at the usual hour, 10 o'clock. No preaching at 11 o'clock. ■ At night the ladies of the W. H. M. Society will have charge of the services, presenting their work in a most impressive man- ner. There will be special cos- tnines for the occasion. The public is invited to attend this service. J. B. McCarley, Pastor. Home Missions. The Star Has One of the Very Best Job Printing Offices IN WEST TEXAS are Right The Womans' Home Mission Society of the First Baptist church will render a program on Home Missions Thursday night, March 16th. Everybody is in- vited. No collection. Special music a leading feature. First Baptist Church. SUNDAY SERVICKS. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 . m., li. F. Whitten, pastor. Sin 1 ly Scho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 March 1911

I" Ik M i i * a * & She sits here like a Diamond Broach on the Fertile Bosom of Stonewall County, the Fairest Garden of all, and she extends the Glad Hand of Welcome to Capital, Brain and Brawn. Asper= mont is the Capital City of Stonewall County, whose fertile plains and vine-clad hills are more productive than the Delta of the Nile. Here is the Home of King Cotton, and her fields bloom with the Golden Grain and the grape vine staggers from tree to tree drunk with its own wine. Has the most Celubrious Climate paint red roses in yo take the b jjrepareH'TS^tJo paij- work. Give me a trial Oiborne. 34 e ball game between the >1 boys and the Town boys lted in a score of 13 to 6 in r of the School boys. Bat- es: School boys—Abbott and ry. Town boys—Stanley and imons, Gammons and Rob- The feature of the game the pitching by Abbott, ingoutl7. ing your watches and clocks sborn, the jeweler, at the :rmont Pharmacy. 34 . P. Carr was up from Bran- >nrg Monday after a load of aer. >...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 March 1911

8 8 * * * * 3 i V ■ a * IT • liffl /*-+' /'/•//.■ ••*%'; m)1- •;«•:•/ thfiihi Jlltl/m WONT IFYI WATER! CISTEI nro-*}'** hill * uW save more than enough on Doctor's s o buy a Cistern, if you'll own one, and drink water pure as it fails from the sky. Perhaps you may prevent even death itself from Knocking at your door, if you buy a Cistern. Att |M.,^Uyin^ y°ur Cistern you should consider durability as well as capacity. The Cisterns which we se will last a litetime and keep your water pure and sparkling. 1 S. B. Pierson Hardware and Furniture .b^'" J R. B. Spencer & Co Wants Your 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 (bartender IITA7 :t\2 Webb& Pierce Dealers in Real Estate, City and Country Property, Brokerage and Loan Business. Will do a general Exchange Business in all kinds of Property. List your property with us, will find you a fauver for same. See us for loans. Call o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 March 1911

F ' " ••• tiMW gs,i I Fc Wagon Yard Storf * Livery Rigs Just Received. ;as A Fresh Car of JV ed Feed it i "f GIBSON^ ROS. Saddlery am All Kinds of Strap Goods Repair Work a Specialty WEST SIDE OF SQUARE Henry Edwards Dead. All ^bat was mortal of Henry Edwards was laid to re?rt Tues- day evening: in the Aspermont cemettrv. The deceased had been sick for some time with pneumonia and Monday morn- ing about 8 o'clock the death angei came and his soul passed out into the unknown. Henry Edwards was a good citizen and a loving father and husband, and many will mourn his departure. His body was enterred in the Aspermont cemetery Monday evening. Rev. J. rf* McCarlcy officiating at the funeral. The deceased leaves a wife and two i-'.iildren to mourn his departure. The editor extends sympathy to the bereaved family. Baraca Entertainment. Sheriff's Sale. The State of Texas, County of Stonewall. Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a certain Order ol Sale issued out of the honorable Dis- tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 March 1911

J Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisi i The AIpermont Star Aspernfont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, March 1?, 1911. Vol. 13. No. 34 First Monday II April Will be [the Biggest First Monday Yet. THE LEGISLATl HAS AD MJRNED x The legislative cyclone is over and the tii of their storm cellars. No railroad tracks j stacks blown down and no property damag session. We should all feel grateful that.til have not been lacerated by legislation, at ones are coming out |re torn up; no smoke What a marvelous lestinies of the State (the people of Texas ought to set aside a day of thanksgiving foitheir remarkable de- xas K liverance from legislative cure-alls. Of co lion is always in order, but the marvelous pi in getting beyond the damage zone at one for solid, substantial growth. It has been and the laws that were passed can no m baby. THE GOVERNOR QUOTES SCR The governor quoted scripture to the message and pandemonium reigned supre after some of the members had screamed concluded to adjou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 March 1911

Phone 107 Don't forget to watch our space on this entire page next week. We are receiving new Shoes and )ry Goods every day now Ast>ermont, Texas & LINGUIST STUMPED AT LAST RAD1UM W!LL REPLACE COAL Wan Knowing Seventy-Seven Lan- guage Discovers He Must Learn One More—Others Understand. New York.—"Do you know, I Ithonght, with my linguistic equip- ; iment," said a man who 77 liut- ipiax^s, "I really thought th. 1 could understand almost any tongue I might hear apoken; and as matter o£ ifact in my rumbles around the world, which have boeu somewhat extensive, I have very rarely met with anybody with whom 1 could not converse, at least sufficiently l'or mutual under- standing: but 1 have been stumped at last, and that right here iu New York. "Hiding uptown last night on the elevated when we came to a station the guard opened the door and said: " "Grixel bltx flix floct.!' "And surely I wondsred what lan- guage that was; it was some tongue ..itlutt i.MA U4£.i>re heard spgken, s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 March 1911

I HI? * & m m iK xlx >K * xV xt* "V $£ ¥ "VJC xv W yV >KJ \y \u ~>V yV I N HI I . i ««««««« «SflSSSSra; MONEYTOLOAN ON FARMS AND RANCHtS We have loaned more money in Stonevy" an<' Kent counties in the last twelve months than all olfci" firms com- bined. We kti 11 have a few thousand to pit out on giod securities. See us, We get the money. We 'rite Fire In- surance, ten of the strongest companies in America. We sell and buy land. We make abstracts, wrij^deeds and do all kinds of notary work. McCord Realty Company Over First Nat. Bank. Telephone No. 6 \ CITY BARBER -SHOP | BUTLER & PAYNE, Pro|s | AH Work First Class Hot and Cold Baths J Agents DUBLIN STEAM LAUNDRY | STRICTLY CASH Welt Side □ 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 PLANTING 0 See Us for Coal £• * • „ . Ca. ,1,1 More nrst cioor norm 01 wveiy aiauie Phone No. 62 McLAURY & LEE When in Aspermont Stop at THE WHATL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 March 1911

\r Blankets A nice line of wool and cotton blankets at greatly re- duced prices. Large eleven-quarter blankets that were $3.50, now $2.50. $2.50 blankets for $2.00. $2.00 blankets for $1.50. $1.50 blankets for $1.25. RESOLVED THAT 5NOW 15 NOT THE [ON -VTHlMd THAT FALLS ITHI > T/ME OF THE YEAR/ OUf - PRICES ARE COMING [>0U IN ON SOME OF 0UK ve? y ^EST VALUES. WE Dor it WANV.W LEFT' lOVP-S JC. BUSTER mt Goods Special prices on all knit ods. See wool, Shetland loss and Saxony Shawls, ascinators, Scarfs and To- ggans. This is the greatest tfargain ever offered. Rugs, Etc. We want to close out our line pf Mattings, Rugs, Art Squares and linoleum, and can save you -r?oney on them. Let us show you be- fore you buy. Oversliirts We still have a nice line of Men's Overshirts in wool and cotton. All-wool Flannel Shirts that were $2.50, now $2.00. $2.00 Shirts now $1.50. $1.00 Shirts 75c. Percale Shirts 50c to 25c. chihhi it, 9**999mm9m«*• YES, OUR, PR.ICE-S HAVE FALLEN ON WHAT WE HAVE LE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 March 1911

\ We are Just Receiving OUR New Goods We have the nicest line of Wash Dress Goods and Ginghams. All kinds of Notions. Come and Look them over. A. W. Springer & Son raws The Star Has One of the Very Best Job Printing Offices m WEST TEXAS WAR IS WAGED ON Oregon People Blame Dj male for Hydroph Vow Extermln Wallowa, Ore.—New I to Aid phobia are being report?" and citizens of this cou cnlng to the necessity tlon. U McWillis, a sheepi t>ar living In the Jo3epbr* hear Flora, this county ™*Ms And lug on the range several ■coyotes which apparently died of * . ® phobia. J. L. Falconer of Pittsburg, on Bnake river, this county, reports that rabies has been prevalent among the coyotes on the Idaho side of Snako river, op- posite Pittsburg, for the past two years. State Veterinarian Lytle cam* into the county the other day &ud will lake personal charge of thu 12 hun- ters who are la the employ of the for- est service and also of a number of Volunteer hunters. Approved methods at hunt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 March 1911

I. I <.v (WORLD TOO EASY FOR BOYS I | English Woman Complains Youngsters Not Mad« to Do Their Share of j Household Work. London.—"Home duties are one of the most serious handicaps that grlrls have to contend against," satd Mrs. S. Bryant, head mistress of North London Collegiate School for Girls, In a lecture at the College of Precep- j tors. She complained that boys were not made to do their fair share of house- j hold work, hut allowjed to ppend their i time In their own way. There was j always something for a girl to do in j the house and her time for study was seriously curtailed, but It was under- ! stood In most households that a boy • should have everything done for him. | This was bad for the boy as well as i unfair to his sister. Bven wheu the children were older ( and working for the same' examina- j tion, such as the matriculation, the i girl always had more outside duties j than the boy. A boy of seventeen or j eighteen was expected to be helpless j and to be unable t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 March 1911

ful ) you and to this lallots j your I?',**- rtv of said t with law, I publication, ifcje, once a : 111ive weeks ig said day nont Star, a , mblished in this 8th day Sheriff, 0., Texas. the master r Scott and,, >ne year, all >1 umes con- th silk cloth echance of e standard vorld for a before they Aspermont is handsome Cultivators Planters MR. BILL PLANTERS are recognized as thej lightest running and most durable planters on the market. Our leading Cultivator is the LUCKY JIM. It has always given satisfaction. Of all the LUCKY JIM Cultivators and MR. BILL; Planters that we have sold we have never heard one word of complaint. Come and see our full line oi IMPLEMENTS. ILL BSISF New Christian Army to Aid "Wandering Wi OrganlzatloN Incorporated Ay Pcwnw Member# of taHwtiM I'1*/ An- nouuoM M Purpaw|— th# Rodatoilitg of Ti S. B. Pierson Hardware and Furniture * exw.cnrxiasrzrizrrtBUsni R. B. Spencer & Co Wants Your Lumber Trade Sec us before you buy. Quick Sales and small profits ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 March 1911

V J i A1 M't $300,000 FIRE AT FORT WORTH Part of Fat Stock Show and Stock Pens Destroyed. 1,000 Head Horses andCattle Burn. A disastrous fire oecured in Fort Worth Tuesday. The fire broke out atout 6 p. m., and a goodly portion of the Fat Stock Show was burned including about 1,000 head of horses, cattle and hogs. Origin of the fire un- known. The Colosseum and Main building were not burned. The Stock Show goes right on. The company will rebuild. A great number of prize horses and cattle wete burned, but we un- derstand that the losers will be reimbursed for their loss by the company. Wake up old croaker and get the scales off your old sour face and let a little sunshine iii your soul. Did you know that it had rained and that prosperity was abroad in the land? You dog- goned old skinflint you, you tro poking around and a fellow has to sight by a post to see whether you are moving or not, when one gets a glimpse of your face, it re- minds him of a grave-yard or a negro funeral. Just ...

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