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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 April 1911

«PPIl ■Bp i n man ¿MAM***** Cultivators and Planters MR. BILL PLANTERS are recognized as the¡ 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 of IMPLEMENTS. S. B. Pierson Hardware and Furniture \ 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 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 buyer for same. See us for loans. Call on us at T. M. Hal- comb's old real estate office, Aspermont, Texas. Webb & Pierce UJOKED "NUMBER FIVE FAT glftftftftftftftlMoMOlll Man Is Disappointed i...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 April 1911

■ * ~ ?V %'¡yi ; Dots From Shinery Lake. Little did I think when I first landed in Stonewall county on the last day of September, 1897, that my old-time and honored friend, Richard H. McCarty, would ever pull the progressive chord in Stonewall countv, but nevertheless it is true. I have known Bro. McCartv for more than twenty years and I have always found that he has something to say at the proper time, and thart he alwavs says it without fear or favor to anyone, sometimes he goes after the man in the brush. The farmers in Shinery Lake Community are well up with their work. Some have planted feed stuff and corn. No cotton plant- ing yet; just waiting for the proper time. We have had lots of rain and the ground is in fine shape for plowing. Quite an acreage of cotton will be planted this season around Shinery Lake. Mr. Jim Rash, our genial tax assessor, swooped down on us the other day and caught us plowing and wrote us up on the assessor's book. Mr. Robert Scott says that he is the ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 April 1911

/ \ Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Fridáy, April 28,1911. V^. 13. Stonewall is Sure Soaked; Farmers are Whistling and i ' - Aspermont'sPublicSchools A Great Factor in the Growth of Our City—Election of School Trustees First Saturday in May—The Selec- tion of a Faculty for the Ensuing Year—Keep These Things in Mind, Mr. Citizen. Have Yon Visited Our Ready- * andMade-to- Saturday, May 6th, is the day designated by the law on which the citizens of Aspermont will be caUed upon to elect a school board for the ensuing school year. Keep it in mind, Mr. Citizen, and go to the polls on that day and vote for the man whom you think has the school interest of Aspermont upper- most on his heart. It is very true that a school trustee's elec- tion is usually a very tame affair, but we want to emphasize the fact that this is the most im- portant election in which the American citizen is called upon to participate in. The office of school trustee is a re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 April 1911

ft •i ■« ?. YOU GET FROM 50 cents to $1.00 more value in Endicott, Johnson & Co. Shoes than in any others sold at the sanie pricp. Facts that anyone can understand prove this. For years Shoes have sold at prices out of all proportion to the actual cost of making them, because they pass through so many hands. From a hide trust to a leather trust, leather trust to a hide broker, leather broker to manufacturer, manufacturer to jobber, jobber to retailer. The expenses, profits and losses of each middle- man are added to the prices which have been paid by you. Endicott, Johnson & Co. is the first and only Shoe House in the world to buy green hides, tan leather, make Shoes and sell them direct to you through their agents, less all middlemen's profits and expenses. When you buy Endicott, Johnson & Co. Shoes you get the best values to be had, the best leather they can make, and the very best workmanship, and at any time you find one that doesen't give perfect satisfaction we ins...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 April 1911

I I vJrvJ^JrVJr vW\Jr\Jr\Jr' MONEY TOLOAN 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 guod « 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 W5 all kinds of 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 □ 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 See Us for Coal Store first door north of Livery Stable Phone No. 62 McLAURY & LEE Matt OSBORN JEWELER is- Full line watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, novelties and anything to be found in a first-class jewelry store. REPAIR WOR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 April 1911

April 28 The real live Buster Brown and his inimitable dog, Tige, will be here in Aspermont Friday, April 28, and hold a reception at N. G. Rollins' store. Bring all the children. He will give each child a nice souvenir. Don't forget the date, APRIL 28. April 28 r i w THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday RICHARD H. McCARTY, Editor Subscription, 31 A Year. Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month LOCALS AND PERSONALS A. G. Hemphill was down fj-om Swenson this week. The Switzer Lumber company has a fine lot of cedar posts. Two cars just received. 40 Uncle John Ward was in town this week. M. V. Guest was on our streets Tuesday. Mrs. S. C. Hopkins left for Stamford Tuesday, where she will enter the Stamford Sani- tarium tor treatment. But gee, don't you hear the bullfrogs down there in the town tank? Say, Mr. City Council, you had better look after our new tank. It is chuck full, and with another dashing rain it will brea...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 April 1911

üa lí h |v A.W. Springer & Son House of Quality We have just recived a nice line of Spring and Summer suits. We can fit from tEe 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. The Star Has One of the Very Best Job Printing Offices v IN WEST TEXAS Prices are Right Livery, Feed AND SALES STABLE W. B. B I N C H A M Proprietor Good, Serviceable Teams and Up-to-now Rigs. Special attention to Transient Trade. Feed Always on Hand. Aspermont, Texas ...JUST ARRIVED... A fine line of men's clothing. Come in and talk trade. You ought to have your new suit be= fore Easter. We also have ladies, misses and childrens trimmed and ready to wear hats. Bring your bucket along and try a gallon of that Ribbon Cane Syrup at 50c. J. C. GUEST. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE STATE CONSTITU- TION PROHIBITING THE MANUFACTURE, SALE, BARTE& AND EXCHANGE OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS EX...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 April 1911

m, i «IOZOIOIOIOIOIO * g * * * M * * * * H 8 v.¿¡ She sits here like a Diamond Broach on the Fertile Bosom of Stonewall County, the Fairest Garden of all, and she extends the Glád 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. V mK. V f t . M m % \ I':. §4 • - 1 v. ' StonewallCounty Has the most Celubrious Climate on the Globe; the gentle Zephyr Breeze will paint red roses in your cheeks and the purified air will take the bile out of your stomach. M Í Moral: Come to Stonewall County where Prosperity will Smile on ¡sj Yon, be Happy and Uve Forever.

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 April 1911

\ m •: ■ :'-^4 Cultivators and Planters MR. BILL PLANTERS are recognized as the lightest running and most durable planters on the market. Our leading Cultivator is the LUCptY 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 of IMPLEMENTS. S. B. Pierson Hardware and Furniture ********* Spencer & Co Wants Your Lumber Trade See us before you buy. Quick Sales and smallNprofits has always been our business policy. J. B. Lipscomb, M'g'r. Aspermont, Texas M 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 buyer for same. See us for loans. Call on us at T. M. Hal- comb's old real estate office, Aspermont, Texas. Webb & Pierce FOT THE DOMESTIC HUSBAND * Attractive Patterns Are Obtainable ¿or the Man W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 April 1911

Our Trip to Centerview. 7 On last Saturday morning: we boarded the westbound passen- ger train for Uriana. D. Barton met us at this place with a high- stepping gray steed and brand new buggy, and from Oriana we drove out to Centerview, which is about five miles from Oriana. We arrived at Centerview about 11:30 a. m. On our arrival Rev. B. F. Whitten was in the midst of a very interesting discourse, subject, "The Relative Import- ance of Church Work." The subject wa^ well handled and some timely truths brought out. At the conclusion of Rev. Whit- ten's talk, Rev. Nicholson, of Jayton, made a splendid talk along the line of "Men having faith in God's business, and mov- ing the world for Jesus Christ." At the close ofN Rev. Nicholson's talk the church went into regular conference for the transaction of business. About 12:30 the body a4journed for dinner. It-was our pleasure to dine with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kidd, who live near the Centerview church. Mr. Kidd has an ideal farm home, and o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 May 1911

\ I/J, '3: The Aspermont S Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, May 5, 1911. Vi READ THE STAR-STONEWALL'S GREAT DAYLIGHT WEEKLY-JUST WATCH First Monday Was a Hummer. Big Crowds Hundreds of People Were Here to Participate in the Day's Proceedings. The Pulling Contest and Baby Show Were the Attractions of the Day First Monday in June will be a sure enough First Monday. The First Monday in May was a hum- mer. Hundreds of [people Were here to participate in the day's proceedings. The pulling con- test and the baby show were the attractions of the day. That wedding did not materialize. No one came forward to take down the prize which amounted to $16.50. The Committee have de- cided to let the purse stand over until next First Monday in June. I will tell vou right now, young folks, $16.50 is not to be grinned at, we went to keeping house on less than that. The Young Mens' Booster Club at their reg- ular meeting Monday nigh! de- cided to cont...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 May 1911

fti§§ IS BETTER SHOES -a- { M ' \ YOU GET FROM 50 cents to $1.00 more value in Endicott, Johnson & Co. Shoes than in any others sold at the same price. Facts that anyone can understand prove this. For years Shoes have sold at prices out of all proportion to the actual cost of making them, because they pass through so many hands. From a hide trust to a leather trust, leather trust to a hide broker, leather broker to manufacturer, manufacturer to jobber, jobber to retailer. The expenses, profits and losses of each middle- man are added to the prices which have been paid by you. Endicott, Johnson & Co. is the first and only Shoe House, in the world to buy green hides, tan leather, make Shoes and sell them direct to you through their agents, less all middlemen's profits and expenses. When you buy Endicott, Johnson & Co. Shoes you get the best values to be had, the best leather they can make, and the very best workmanship, and at any time you find one that doesen't give perfe...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 May 1911

9. Cultivators and Planters MR. BILL PLANTERS are recognized as the 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 Y one word of complaint. Qonse and see our full line of IMPLEMENTS. I'% y Hardware and Furniture. . WAYS or* tart the Foundation for Your & FORTUNE WHY SOIL CONSERVA- TION AFFECTS ALL Interesting Facts for the Far- mer, Merchant, Banker and Everybody The requirements of the U. S. Government Nation- al Bank laws guarantee safety to the depositors of OUR bank. The officers of our bank are always pleased to ! give the benefits oj their experience to our patrons. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank The First National Bank Aspermont, Texas 8 ILo IOK 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. What you say, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 May 1911

- mm mtmrnmm THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday RICHARD H. McCARTY, Editor Subscription, «1 A Year. Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month Watch the Aspermont Star grow. We write it good roads—Can you read it? Just keep talking good roads— the people will hear it after awhile. If the good rains keep up old Stonewall county will sure raise a bumper crop. When is Aspermont going to have a clean up day!—God knows we need it. Let us have a clean up day, haul off the old tin cans and bar- rel stayes and burn up the trash. With a system of good roads, the town and the country, the school and church are close neighbors. Let us all get our shoulders to the wheel and push like thunder and Tom Walker for Aspermont and Stonewall connty. What do you think of a man who will live in a town or county and make his living off the of the people, and yet he will stand around and knock the town and countv and growl like an old sore e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 May 1911

í «p THIS SPACE BELONGS TO 9 N. G. Rollins V The Progressive Merchant MS iHhl :f>- if}} LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS ★- John Guest changes his ad. Jim Rollins is a new advertiser C. L. Moody was in town this -week. Johnson Land Title Co. have i a new ad. Eugene Mayfield did business in town this week. S. S. McCord has just returned from a business tour on the plains Y. L. Jones of Spur visited Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Sellers this -week. 4m Sam Lanier left Wednesday for Southwest on a chase after a law breaker. Frank Skinner and lady have returned to Aspermont to reside. We are glad to see t^iem back. If you have a piece of property you want to sell or trade see Mc- Cord Realty Co. They can match a deal for you. Miss Mamie Burnham of Abi- lene has accepted a position as stenographer with McCord Real- ty Co. Remember the Spelling Bee at the Presbyterian Church Friday night, May 19th. Given under the auspices of the Christian Church. Mrs. Haskew and daughter, Miss Alice, left for Memphis, Te...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 May 1911

i Ki í I i : Aspermont 3 i . , . - ••■•• ,J: 'it 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. As 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. ait 'lyyii t v'ui? w '# «s*¿- 4' P ■ .*« 0Wi f I t jf-mi ■¿ • -M it: S Wm Has the most Celubrious Climate on the Globe; the gentle Zephyr Breeze paint red roses in your cheeks and the purified air will t. take the bile out of your stomach. 2xüf< ,©ífc s.i^SÜt kHi Moral: bim is I Hri Come to Stonewall County where Prosperity will Smile on Yon, be Happy and Live Forever. OXOXOIOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 May 1911

Blanche Dombey The Company Horse, will stand the season at Link Bros. Stables, at Aspermont, Texas. SEASON $15.00 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 I f 5 0 V* f 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 buyer for same. See us for loans. Callón us at T.M.Hal- comb's old real estate office, Aspermont, Texas. Webb & Pierce FOR PUKE LIQUORS WRITE TO EÍt H. BRANN & CO. FORT WORTH, TEXAS. They will ship you, express charges prepaid, satisfaction guaranteed tr your money refunded: 4 Full Quarts Private Stock for - $3 00 4 " Caney Creek for - 3 20 4 " H American Gold for - 3 50 4 " it Green River for - 4 00 4 " •( Hill & Hill for 4 00 4 " II Brann's Iconoclast for - 4 00 4 " «1 B...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 May 1911

PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE STATE CONSTITU- TION PROHIBITING THE MANUFACTURE, SALE, BARTER AND EXCHANGE OF INTOXICATING LIQUORS EXCEPT FOR MEDICINAL, SCIENTIFIC AND SACRAMENTAL PURPOSES. House Joint Resolution No. 2. «V A resolution proposing to amend the Constitution of the State of Texas, by amending Article 16, Section 20, thereof by striking out and repealing said section, and substituting in lieu thereof a new Section 20, prohibiting the manufacture for purposes of sale, barter or exchange, and the sale, barter and exchange of intoxi- cating liquors, on and after the second Tuesday in January, A.D. 1912, within this State, except for medicinal, scientific and sacra- mental purposes, and providing that the Legislature of the State of Texas shall, at noon on the second Tuesday in January, A. D. 1912, by authority of this section, meet in session in the city of Austin, and pass efficient laws to enforce this section; providing further, that this section shall not prevent any session...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 May 1911

J Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, May 12,1911. The Star is "Spreading Out" Several New Names Added This W< COURT SELECTS PLANS FOR A $50,000.00 COURT HOUSE Commissioner's Court in Regular Session Selected Plans For New Court House. Will be Three Stories High With Basement. Steam Heated and Fire Proof Throughout. The Commissioners Court con- vened in regular session Monday, May 8th, 1911.#The first two days of the court was taken up in the examination of the differ- ent plans submitted by different architects. There were'S archi- tects here and the court had a fine lot of plans to select from. A cut of the new court house will appeár in the Star next week. We think that the couré have made no mistake in their selec- tion. The plans that they agreed upon was a three story structure with basement, steam heated and fire proof throughout. It is to be constructed of brick and trimmed with stone. The Star has ordered the court to buil...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 May 1911

BETTER SHOES YOU GET FROM SO cents to $1.00 more value in Endicott, Johnson & Co. Shoes than in any others sold at the same price. Facts that anyone can understand prove this. For years Shoes have sold at prices out of all proportion to the actual cost of making- them, because they pass through so many hands. From a hide trust to a leather trust, leather trust to a hide broker, leather broker to manufacturer, manufacturer to jobber, jobber to retailer. The expenses, profits and losses of each middle- Wan are added to the prices which have been paid by you. Endicott, Johnson & Co. is the first and only Shoe House in the world to buy green hides, tan leather, make Shoes and sell them direct to you'through their agents, less all middlemen's profits expenses. When you buy Endicott, Johnson & Co. Shoes you get the test values to be had, the best leather thev can make, the very best workmanship, and at any time you find one that doesen't give perfect satisfaction we insist on ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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