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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 March 1911

Ml, ng 135 :xas THE ASPERMONT • \ j ■' w' Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, March 24/1911. Vol.13. No. 35 First Monday in April Will be the Biggest First Monday Yet. Civic League. Home Mission Society. rN T/ T ' LA -jL :k The ladies of the Civic League are going to get busy now and bring things to pass in the way of civic improvements. 'They are going to give a series of en- tertainments, the proceeds of which will te used for civic beauty. We understand that , they contemplate fencing the other two parks on the north side of the square and many improve- ments are contemplated. It is the intention to serve a dinner on the first Monday in April, and the whole town wants to turn out and take dinner with the ladies. There are many things, to be done in the way of civic im- provements .in Aspermont and the citizenship of the town want to ralley aroftnd the ladies and out of chaos, they will bring order and civic beauty. We say, God bles...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 March 1911

FLAXON 25c Figured Flaxon lv'c 30c Figured Flaxon . 21c 80c white cross bared Flaxon 21c 35c Satin Striped Flaxon 28c 30c plain white Flaxon 21c White Lawns 35c Silk Finish White Lawn 28c 30c White Lawn 25c 25c Sheer finished white lawn 21c 20c India linon lawn 16c 15c India linon lawn 12 k 12j4c white lawn 10c OUR SPRING OPENING SALE BEGINS AT 8 O'CLOCK Saturday Morning, April 1st and doses Saturday Evening, April 8th, at 7 o'clock. REMEMBER—This is no ordinary Sale. It is the first Spring Opening Sale ever held in Asper- mont. We have arranged this Sale to include Trades Day, April 3 Come and see us, and buy the things you will need for the Summer while you can get them at greatly reduced prices = = FIGURED LAWN 25c Figured Lawn 17c 20c figured lawn 15c 15c Grasmcre Batiste He 15c Grasraere Organdy lie 15c Princessa Batiste 11c 12k Organdie Florelle. 9c 10c Figured Lawn 8k 5c Lawn 4 k Linens 25c Brown Linen 20c 60c Superior Dress Linen (white) 49c 50c superior dress linen (white) ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 March 1911

N <S<S<SSS®®®; 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 gt.od securities. See us. We get the money. We tvrite Fire In- surance. ten <>! the strongest companies in America. We sell and buy land. We make abstracts, write deeds and do all kinds of notary work. g f^cGord Realty Company g Over First Nat. Bank. Telephone No. 6 P. .f.r ES Et LAWY SiUi Ai est Herring FACTOR;|Workmen Interested in Factory Hun on Wove! Lines. R & ARS Ksjiecial Mention W K I Vrrectiti'. Land Titles a .'Vb.-ti'iictsiif Titles. Olliee upsi licsj. ov,M' Bank, Awpfi ;iiout, Texn ' 'uiain:* ami ■I ! Ye mriinr i";l Naiiu.uil 20c tiite) 49c e) 39c 75c 55c 424c 324c iey res cha ..$1,65 1.45 1.25 1.00 ves — - — —' — ^ S*' > • w CITY BARBER SHOP BUTLER & PAYNE, Props. All Work First Class Hot and Cold Baths Agents DUBLIN STEAM LAUNDRY STRICTLY C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 March 1911

emm Novelty Silks Silk and cotton fancies in attractive new styles, in plain and changeabie tones, espec- ially adapted to the new Peas- ant Style waists and narrow clingy skirts. White Goods For White Lingerie dress- es, Waists, Suits and Skirts there is no more desirable fabric than Linuraer. It has all of Linen's effects at one third of Linen's cost. THAT £ CRIMF. MAKE ^RE ZD OLV£\D ON/OMVi "H O [if Y our V\T15H TO (XJR OW1V By the-n get jlTE-RJALS-^VOuCAN 3 TO t-ET l/J SH you VOur^ ffRiAti: U5TER Brou,n Copyr,sh|-I1ot by THAT5 'GREAT , STUFF J CO r*JC rcD 19, . ayrnl euirtft HKoxn co Most ladies wish to make their dresses to suit them- selves. For those who do, we have a very attractive line of Spring and Summer Dress Goods, Trimmings, Etc., that are well adapted to the styles of the season. A nobby line of Belts, Hosiery, Gloves, Neckwear—in fact, anything you will need to wear with your Spring dresses. N. G. ROLLINS The Progressive Merchant Embroideries You must see this line ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 March 1911

f V a«r- col- thc ess red md, ore tili- han nger & Sou House oS Quality -th ]0i of our | more fireside, more candy haired l,Wt"Ul who chilli r:ittlioti taW~. IcitwinhojBe nttorM1Mthein)ore play eraoiKi" to 1,ear t'ie I were inclined to , • . . . •_ t ie I editor for his large and enthusi- j sang: ku,k> b> bab> Lstic view* about the great op-; tree top. portunities to be found in grand I old Stonewall county f«>i laboi j ' and bapita!. Stonewall county is | the biggest fritter on the pan- mmmi We have just recived a nice line of Spring and Summer suits. We can fit from the largest to the smallest. Our prices is right and it will pay you to take a look at them. Our dry goods and notions are complete. All ways keep on hand a fresh line of groceries. "iYJS m with your I receive a tf its ads this ou., Always that adyer- paper. II ins is visit- week. ve a Lyceum ret the peo- I up for a ling season. was down :k. business in i town Tues- J. He says iy the dogs. m, who has in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 March 1911

/ ■V) I / i USE FOR OLD SHADES!N0VEL PART1!°-R EX"L0VERS NEED NOT BE THROWN AWAY WHEN WORN OUT. New York Man Plan# Farewell "Spread" for Eight Young Women, Once Hie Sweethearts. Many Practical Ways in Which They May Be Utili2eci—Excellent for Cutting Out Dress Pat- terns. Sheriff Sale. n T Housewives are telling us that the roller shades of today are fragile and short lived compared to the substan- tial Holland shades we all bought a decade ago. The spring breaks too easily—a single snap or jar when set too tensely will rupture it—render the whole shade useless unless you euro to bother with measurements and sup- ply a new roller to suit. When the body of the curtain itself Is a little worn and punctured it doesn't seem to pay. The shade is a discard and the waste- j fulness apparent. But there are several practical usee for window shades that are past ordi- nary use—the cheap paper ones as well as those of standard material. The latter is excellent for cutting out drees patterns th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 March 1911

\> «? >v >;< A, are now * 11 of our ask them v;* ring new '£ you will £ ne who Vl'r petition X & Vlgr. /** novelties and re. .TY >nt, Texas. any- ,gles, 'osts, tto is \RE ,0. rT"" IRS fcCO. >. isfaction guarautcec $i 00 - 3 20 3 50 - 4 00 4 00 - 4 00 4 00 to 5 00 - 3 75 3 75 . 4 00 3 00 'rite for full pric 'Cultivators SEEN UijHCE iSunday Schools ai Now Conduct- ed Are Deplored. Planters MR. BILL PLANTERS are recognized as the J lightest running and most durable planters on the { market. 1 Our leading Cultivator is the LUCKY JIM. It has! always given satisfaction. |0f all the LUCKY JIM Cultivators and MR. BILL | I Planters that we have sold we have never heard * one word of complaint. ' Come arid see our full line of IMPLEMENTS. [Top Many Frivolous and Untrained Girts as Teachers Know Little of Children and How They Should Bo Taught. Atlanta, Ga.—"The Sunday school B U la conducted today l£ a national menace," declared Mrs, Frederick laC of Philadelphia. ta add...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 March 1911

¥$ 11 - •' \ . i ( Oh, YOU SOCIETY! One of the most enjoyable affairs of the season was an en- tertainment given to the Metho- dist Phileathea class and their friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hemphill last Satur- day evening. The guests were received by Mrs. Hemphill and the social committee. Misses Ferreil, John- son and Grace Riddel. The routine of amusements were indeed well selected, and mirth and merry-making reigned supreme through the entire evening. One of the most interesting features was Progressive Bunco'. Musical numbers were furnished by Misses Lanier, Johnson and Riddel. Dainty refreshments were served. The doors of the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Car- ter were thrown open Wednes- day evening, March 15th and a number of Aspermont's young people were entertained in hon- or of Miss Florence Millwee. The home was beautifully dec- orated in pink and white and the color scheme was carried out to perfection. Some very delightful piano se- lections were fur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1911

Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher t )emn to $35 ont, Texas LLOCK r :, T \ * * Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, March 31, 1911. First Monday in ApHl Will be the Biggest First ^ ' il night at SPERMONT, TEX. c lias all to do esh Stock of eed. ly more than cred it a share of yo errell. A ing. Com re your ne ladies, :o wear ha and try a From Johnson Chapel As I hayen't seen anything from this part of the world in a long time I thought I would write a few lines. The singing at Mr. Jackson's Sunday evening were enjoyed by all who attended. Miss Loulah Bell and Fannie Lee spent Sunday with Misses' Vertie and Ina Jackson. Miss Zona Holmes spent Sun- day night with Miss May Whit- ten. Lola Sutherlan has been on the sick list this week but we are glad to know that she is better at this writting. Mr. Norris Welch filled his reg- ular appointment out at Mr. Mc- Laurys Sunday afternoon. The rain was fine Saturday on the farmers millet just coming up: Mrs. W. A. McLaury spent Sun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1911

si® 11 FLAXON -5c Figured Flaxon 30c Figured Flaxon 30c white crossbared Flaxon 35c Satin Striped Flaxon 30c plain white Flaxon i' c i'l c 21c 23 c 2.1c White Lawns 35c Silk Finish White Lawn 30c White Lawn 2'oc Sheer finished white lawn -0c India linon lawn 15c India linon lawn white lawn OUR SPRING OPENING SALE BEGINS AT 8 O'CLOCK Saturday Morning, April 1st and closes Saturday Evening, April 8th at 7 o'clock. 2- 25 21 l(i; 12?i I (k It is Asper- REMEMSER—This is no ordinary Sale mon irStWSePh 0peni"g Sale ever he,d in ■ ' We have arranged this Sale to include Trades Day. April a Come and see us, and buy the things you will need FIGURED LAWN 25c Figured Lawn 20c figured lawn 15c Grasmere Batiste 15c CrasmereOrgandy 15c Princessa Batiste ..C 12k Organdie Florelle... o! 10c Figured Lawn 5c Lawn 9c 8£c 4ic Linens 25c Brown Linen 9Q 60c Superior Dress Linen (white) 49c o0c superior dress linen (white) 39, W.00 Table Linen 7- 75c table linen r?° 50c table lawn 49+° 40c table linen Come...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1911

r \ r % *'J" - ■:CC jLD not hesist chance Southern Convict With One More Day to Serve Seized Opportunity For Attempt at Escape. 20c ' 49c 39c 75c 55c 42k 52 ic >1.65 1.45 1.25 1.00 K I 1 / , The craving for freedom Is so Btrong among prisoners thut they will even throw away their chances of par- don for the Bake of Its temporary gratification. Tho author of "The American Siberia," a hook describing convict life in the south, says that one prisoner had served out a long (sentence up to its last day. He had (worked faithfully, and never violated a prison rule; all of the officials had the utmost confidence in him. He jwas to be released the next day, and meantime was one nf a squad of men working out of doors. The captain of the camp had occa- sion to us* ,t barrel loft on the top of a neighboring hill, and said jocosely to the prisoner: "Do you think yon could come back if I .Rout, you over tho bill for that barrel?" lie laughed nl the ido.'i. "Why, of course 1 loukl, captain,". h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1911

ONEYTOLOAN ON FARMS AND RANCHES We have loaned mot counties in -the last twolv bined. We still have a securities. See us, We •• surance, ten of the sn-n, sell and buy land. \\\ v all kinds of notary work. McCord R fg Over First Nat. Bank. m I Stone UK.mey • months than a: tew thousau'd to ,'t the money. W jest companies i:'i tl; e abstracts, w n .11 and Kent -r firms cora- oiit on gcod rite Eire In- n erica. We :eeds and do Telephone No. 0 PROF ESSIONAL. Ernest Herring lawyer ^abstractor Kspctcial Attention t Perfecting Lund Tlt.1 AbslruvU of Titles, Offloe upstair?,. ,ov. Bank, Aspermont, Kxaminlrig and tin > 1 Pi'tuiai-intr SOME KITCHEN HINTS WORTH BEING POSTED WHERE THEY CAN BE SEEN. •'ii-st National j\ nis S'j*. j* CITY BARBER SHOP BUTLER & PAYNE, Props. All v. ... First Class Hot and Cold Baths Agents DUBLIN STEAM LAUNDRY STRICTLY CASH West Side □ f. WllBtm, m d DC. Carrington, JV1 d Drs.WILSON & CARRINGTON Physicians and Surgeons Surgical Work a Specialty OFFICE: -a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1911

f ^ PUCCINI WAS WELL GULLED Can Win This Beautiful • •' ttlwuliuuf i'um which sheVas A Watch or Some Other Valuable Prize If you Save Your Coupons and Ballots Prizes Valued at $1,800 GiverrA^/ay Ask your merchant for Coupons and Vote for yourself or a friend Free! Free! teachers ittle tilt National lie presi- Nleholas ti elect- trustees' about while method 111 prob- of the he a3so- tler will •Ines. ing with varships i former f groups is in di- ;ploBives ship, the id with bmarine r more e entire tonation ted into id liang- ;>rtod to here my cup of of cold , popper hpated titter of lie meat, nd aalt. a little v. soak- Lhe res nir in 9. 2Sf€hain% office on or before April 4,1911, the* most con talt, fr^!i this paper every week. Oet busy frif*3s save therti for you. sends ' ant's ballots ave your CONTESTANTS' BALLOT. Cut this out—-it will help to win the Piano. Good for Ten Votes NAME ADDRESS IF VOTED BEFORE APRIL 4, 1911. Hew the Famous Composer Came to Be Quoted as Attacking His Ow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1911

* Silkind cotton fancies in attract!/e new styles, in plain and changeable tones, espec- ially adapted to the new Peas- ant Style waists and narrow ding/skirts. White For White Lingerie dress- es, Waists , Suits and Skirts there is no more desirable fabric than Linuraer. It has alt of Linen's effects at one third of Linen's cost. KErsoLvrD THAT FCO^OMYi Vl O CRIME*. 'F Y OV tflJH TO MAKE VOUR OWV "DRES"JES* the-n oer 30"D MATERIALS • , You CAN AVFORD TO UBT US furnish you vocrr^ MArrRiAt^ EU3TET? BROIV^ Cop>"Shl" 110 THATS GREAT Cfi^vbGiirso «e vlYfKl iiWTta mown m# CM>.cacq> Most ladies wish to make their dresses to suit them-, selves. For those who do, we have a very attractive line of Spring and Summer Dress Goods, Trimmings, Etc., that are well adapted to the styles of the season. A nobby line of Belts, Hosiery, Gloves, Neckwear—in fact, anything you will need to wear with your Spring dresses. N. G. ROLLINS The Progressive Merchant Embroideries You must see this line to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1911

Special Session House of Quality We have just recived a trice line of Spring and Summer suits. We can fit from the largest to the smallest. Our prices is right and it will pay you' to take a look at them. Our dry goods and notions are complete. All ways keep on hand a fresh line of groceries. Has One of the Very Best Printing Offices WEST TEXAS Texas Dallas i, boys before will en- contest offered >rn and women ch crof> ultivate z are no contest- in their fore the ications bearing ill be ac- . L * T1- The Commissioners' Court met in special session on Wed- nesday of this week and con- tracted for several bridges to be built in various places in the county. One bridge across Tunk Creek 80 feet, and two small ones on Aspermont and Brandenburg road. One bridge south of Brandenburg 40 feet long on Sleepy Hollow road, and several other smaller ones. Two bridges on Stinking Creek near Swenson. One bridge on Stinking Creek east of. Peacock; and several small ones to go in around south...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1911

I 9 ' ! I W.|W novt Ladies dutch collars 2 :or Mens bone collar buttons 2 doz oc ^ ^ Shoe strings a bunch ^Ifiest* ... ! Best Men's Underwear |Sice Notion List Safetv pins, - do*.. * Be#t 5c 6ras pins, 2 doz. -)C Paciage paper and envelopes price - - ® ^ Lead pencils per dozen 15c Pearl Button 2 dozen 5c Best 10c pearl buttons 3 do*. 10c Best 15c pearl buttons per doz 5c 35c All B 25c i All 3Hc! All Porosnit 60c underwear 50c Scrivens drawers scriveu* ui «"«-■ i , French woven underwear -,oc i' * Men's knit underwear Scissors 50c kind 25c 35c Garter web per vd. Shoes 11,000 SKI.VAGE STOCK j be cl Over 300 pairs shoes salvage i All oi goods. Boxes all broken. See them on our tobies they are from $2.00 to $5.00 values. Price $1 •< « >. Best toilet soap 5 bars 25c Comb and brush 50c comb and brush Best 5c gold eye needles 2 papers Table Linens Mistrot Bros We announce to the people of Aspermont and Stonewall County the Greatest Sensational Sale ever gotten off in the west. Our Br...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1911

k I and Planters ..$1.75 1.00 . 2.50 50c ■[■Jm MR. BILL PLANTERS are recognized as the J lightest running and most durable planters on the J market. Our leading Cultivator is the LUCKY JIM. It has* always given satisfaction. Of all the LUCKY JIM Cultivators and MR. BILL; Planters that we have sold we have never heard; one word of complaint. Come and see our full line oi IMPLEMENTS. r Bry? o duri! S. B. Pierson Hardware and Furniture .B.$pencer&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 Webb & Pierce Dealers in Real Estate, City and Country Property, Krokerage and Loan Business. Will do a general Exchange Business in all kinds of Property. List our property with us, will find you a buyer for '.me. See us for loans. Call on us at T. M. Hal- mb's old real estate office, Aspermont, Texas. ftfebb & Pierce paiocy MADE OF PRUNES 8o*ffU Mafcf CuuJ Oewsert «nd Is Em...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 31 March 1911

Wtk>- Swy wk'*- w ikWv We Advertise Asper- mont and Stonewall County? Election Notice % JV i|* This is a question that con- cerns every property holder in Aspermont andStonewall county. Shall we advertise our great re- sources and business opportun- ities or will we just sit still and let a stray imigrant find us just now and then? With our present population we can sit still, and in \ the next twenty years, possibly our increase in birth would give us a population of something like 15,000. Stonewall county would support a population of at least 30,000 people. Suppose we had that many people in the county. What would be the result in property values? Whv town and country property would thrible in price. It use to be that a merchant would sit down with a shirt tail tull of merchandise, play checkers, pitch horse fhoes. sit on a nail keg and talk politics and curse the government, and ; skimp and save, and if he had the g6od luck not to go under, in HO or 40 years he would accumula...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 April 1911

' • I , TEX. edit, youri and lit he- 's and Ion of THE BOND ISSUE An Answer to the Article Appearing in the Pea- cock Signal of March 24th, 1911—Calm Dis- cussion of the Merits of said Article. The Ds$k Places in it Brought to Light. r. In answer to an article appearing in the Peacock Signal in its issue of March 24th. 1911, permit us to sav a few things in an- swer to this self-styled Country Ta* Payer. In the campaign for the bond issue, it has been the purpose of the Star to be fair and not try to spring a clap-trap on the voters of Stonewall county. In every statement that we have made as to facts and figures, we have always endeavored to fortify ourselves with Ijne facts and the truth in the matter, expecting at any time to be called upon to prove our statements. The Star has no axe to grind in this matter. YVe do not own a foot of land in Aspermont Or Stonewall county, but our only object is the growth and the progress of Aspermont ami Stonewall county. When the Commissioners ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 April 1911

Phone 107 The Big Sale Still Continues and will be in Progress until NextSaturd^ at7 p.m. Avail your- self of the greatest opportunity you ever had to get goods so cheap. DONT WAIT. COME NOW j. AJjCARROLL, Aspermont, Texas The scare headlines which have ! A young- man who worked his been running in the press of the way through the University of state announcing that the rail- j Texas by milking cows and clean- roads are being sued by the state | ing yards at night and morning, of Texas for running late trains I has just been elected to a pro- fessorship in the University of Pennsylvania. .11 < ■***• -«——-—1— y and various other causes may, as a spectacular event, have in it all the colors of the rainbow, but as a business proposition, it is as un- wise as a farmer plowing up his cotton crop because the plants don't grow according to his dic- tation. Theoretical raiiro.Oin,; ' i ars he speot in college worse than boon farming and i - , One of the most successful pri- vate schools ...

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