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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 May 1911

mi f- 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 t we* have never heard one word of complaint. Come and see our full line ot IMPLEMENTS. S. B. Pierson Hardware and Furniture :oo:doe =°=tI o CRO$ THE STREAM of g ~ JUÜVÉRSITY mm rank A€€mmr Start IT No A. D. Brown, President of the Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co.,St.Louis and Boston, clerked when he was a boy. He saved his money. He bought an interest in his old employers store. He is now worth over 10 mil- J lions. Thousands of men work for him. f Make OÜR Bank YOUR Bank The First National Bank Aspermont, Texas o o SEZXOl 8 to. When in Aspermont Stop at THE WHATLEY HOTEL At the Wagon Yard. Rateá $1.00 per day. Meals 25c. Good fafe and clean beds \ Mrs. M. E. Whatley, Prop. LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS N M. M. Phillips was...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 May 1911

Smflm&íáKe 1gf lü 111 THE ASPERMONT STAR Publl«h*d Every Thursday RICHARD H. McCARTY, Editor Subscription! $1 A Vear. Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month Let every man, woman and child in Aspermont become a t^ash mover. Aspermont is going to be a clean town after the 23rd of May so says the City Council. But goodness gracious if old Stonewall county makes a big crop this year—won't she córne tho? Go to raking up your trash around your premises and have it ready to haul off on the 23rd of May. * First Monday in Aspermont is becoming a fixed thing over here in Stonewall county—and it gets larger and larger all the time. In summing up the advantages of a community, the most import- ant things are a good telephone line and an improved system of -public highways. / Let the merchants close up on theftnorning of the 2Srd and let the whole town turn out and make Aspermont the cleanest town in west Texas. Young man and young...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 May 1911

'■ <¡ * '"••i i ' .. " ¿vjj§j TkT TV 1 i o The Pr°£ressive Merchant in . ii. Kuinns, Asp«Tcxas Beautiful patterns in white goods, Swiss, Linweave, Dimity, Lawns of all kinds Just what you want for Lingerie Dresses. Hosiery, Gloves, Belts, Neckwear, in fact, any- thing you will need to wear wit|| your summer dresses. •*')- 'V RETSOL-VETD the More You V/ajh ; JTb the bejt v/a sha bles ^¡¡g THE BETTER THEY"look- the more rou wfar the SPS/ BEST WASHABLE5 THE ' BETTER YOU LOOK Tissue Ginghams in sheer and dainty patterns and delicate colors that will not fade. Don't fail to see them while the stock is new. Have just received a new shipment of láwns and Batiste in all the*newest patterns and colors. ' v 10c 12 l-2c, 15c and 20c. # When there is so much dust are not wash goods the most desirable materials from which you can make your wash dresses? You know it is a very comfortable feeling to get into a fresh, crisp, newly ironed dress. If yóu are fastidious about thej patterns you wish—...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 May 1911

. ■ yy ' .. ií M OXOXOXO v Aspermont 4 ±'í ' • ';4 .".'i •M / . i ' ii She sits here like a Diamond Broach on the Fertile Bosom of Stonewall County, the Garden of all, and she extends the Glad Hand of Welcome to Capital, Brain and Brawn. Asper- rV v.- *&85 mont is the Capital City of Stonewall County, whose fertile plains and vine-cIad,hiHs 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. / í > Stonewall County ^ Has the most Celubrious Climate on the Globe; the gentle Zephyr Breeze will H * * *1 * g paint red roses in your cheeks and the purified air will . take the bile out of your stomach. X V Moral: g Come to Stonewall County where Prosperity will Smile on You, be Happy and Live Forever. / - ,~4

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 May 1911

Vf: * /• i- 7- ' Blanche Dombey The Company Horse, will stand the season at Link Bros. Stables, at Aspermont, Texas. SEASON $15.00 R. B. Spe ncer & 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 Phone No. 112 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. Agents for THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER Webb & Pierce 4 Full Quarts Private Stock for - $3 GO 4 " «i Caney Creek for - 3 20 4 " <« American Gold for - 3 50 4 " •• Green River for - 4 00 4 " •< Hill & Hill for - 4 00 4 " «• Brann's Iconoclast for - 4 00 4 " «i Bottled in Bond Whiskey 4 00 to 5 00 1 Gallon Jug Pure 188° Alcohol for - * - 3 «75 .1 " •t "...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 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. ' 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 sul&tituting 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 States 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 s...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 19 May 1911

row "Wmm rnmm . 13. no. 42 Aspermont, stonewall County, Texas, Friday, May 19,19U fex. $ *. ,M Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher EVERYBODY LIKES THE STAR. WHY? BECAUSE IT'S THE BEST WEEKLY IN WlST of A Great Mystery of; a Newly Found Grave Peculiar Circumstance Revealed Near Double Mountains. New Crave Found and Go. Attorney Orders it Reopened. Human Bones Found The citizens of the Double Mountain community were greatly aroused last Saturday when a new made grave was found near J. F. Bedwell's place, about 2JS4 miles east of Double Mountains. County Attorney W. T. Daniels was notified of the discovery and his advice asked what to do in the matter. He ordered the citizens to reopen the grave. So with spades and shovels the citizens of that com- munity assembled at the grai'e and proceeded to reopen same. The result of their investigations: .Near the bottom of the grave they found a lot of human bones, two pieces of the scull, one ear bone, arm bones and several other pieces. D...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 19 May 1911

"1 n=i m SHOES arice. YOU GET FROM 50 cents to $1.00 more value in Endicott, Johnson & Co. Shoes than in any others sold at the same pi Facts that anyone can understand prove this. For years Shoes have sold at prices out of all proportion to the actual cost ot making them, because they pass through so many hands. From a hide trust to a leather trust, ^ther trust to a hide ' leather broker to manufacturer, manufacturer to jobber, jobber to retailer. The expenses profits. amJUdk. of eachm.ddle- man are added to the prices which have been paid by you. Endicott, Johnson & Co. is the first and only ^hoeHose _ 1.1 u-_ i mnba ckadc< n«a c n fV pm rpr.t to vou through their asrents, less all middlemen s profits ; leather thev can make, ci at anv time you nna one inai uoesen t give perfect satisfaction we insist on you returning them and receiving another pair. Endicott, Johnson & Co. require us to guarantee every pair of Shoes to absolutely give per- fect satisfaction, and it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 19 May 1911

V. jattuw . i Cancer. a cancer in vitals and >n, and all : will only ■e must be ulate the! eradicated.. >rth main- e to main- to rebuild, ilding- new e kept in Dew, Stonewall aounts of ; can go held at ompanies ive what positions ; 1\ r > Y: . ROAD BUILDING. ITS RAPID MOVEMENT ANOTHER LARGE LAND DEAL CONSUMMATED 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 ail the LUCKY JIM Cultivators and MR. BILL1 Planters that we have sold we have never heard i one word of complaint. Come and see our full line of IMPLEMENTS. Rapid Strides in All Counties Foretell the Advent of Good Roads. The Paris precinct in Lamar countg has issued $300,000 in bonds for the improvement of public highways. The election polled a total vote of 1,270, and only 91 voted against the issue. The bonds run 40 years, a nd a sinking fund of 2^ cents on the $100 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 19 May 1911

THE ASPER STAR Publlahad Bv RICHARD H. ■ iRTY, k.DiTOR Subaorlptlo 91 A Year. Entered at the mont, Texas, a matter. stomee at Asper- second-class mail Month r A' f V m 1 ■ i jm,i r~- MISSIONARY RALLY AT SWENSON ssion Notes. The motu ily business of the W. H. M. Society was held with Mrs. Jones Tuesday afternoon May 9th. The 14th chapter of John was used as a basis for the devotional exercises, the leader suggesting- verse 16 "Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen von\ as a motto. We find in this beautiful chapter that the Father hath chosen us, that we abide in him and he in us, that our lives may be fruitful and given to service thereby glorifying our Heavenly Father. * Reports were heard. Third vice pres. securing the names of J. W. Bulloch, Jr. and Elizabeth Foot, for the baby roll. Delegates, Mrs. McCarley and Mrs. Davis with Mrs. Annis as alternate, were elected to attend the annual meeting of the Con- ference, W. H. M. S. of North- west Texas, which meets in Childress June ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 19 May 1911

iiiiiii« g t e Co. ins 2 Of lean Hid. s ed a ABLE AM Special [and. :s 1. V n >- r- lt I / „ v (j 'x; y ' ^ i' :; N. G. Rollins, The Progressive Mercp Aspermont, Texas inq Beautiful patterns in white goods, Swiss, Unweave, Dimity, Lawns of all kinds Just what you want for Lingerie Dresses. Tissue Ginghams in sheer and dainty patterns and delicate colors that will not fade. Don't fail to see them while the stock is new. Our line of Embroideries is complete. Beautiful match sets in flouncings. Corset cover Embroider- ies from 25c to 65c. Band- ings, headings, and inser- tions. Let us show you our line. F? e: solve: d th£ more You Wash JUe 6MI V/A5WABLE5 THE BETTER they look' THE MORE YOUWMRTWE BEST WASHABLE-5 THE BETTER You Look BuiJER BRO ■) stable Hosiery, Gloves, Belli Neckwear, in fact, anj \ thing you will need tOr| wear with your summer dresses. Have just received a new shipment of lawns and Batiste in all the newest patterns and colors. 10c 12 l-2c, 15c and 20c. When there is...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 19 May 1911

THE ASPER F! Publl«h d By RICHARD H. M Subacrlptlo Entered at the mont, Texas, a matter our Issu V -• I Queen uty of the West h * n 0 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. StonewallCounty Has the most Celubrious Climate on the Globe; the gentle Zephyr Breeze will Kj paint red roses in your cheeks and the purified air will H take the bile out of your stomach. Moral: Come to Stonewall County where Prosperity will Smile on You, be Happy and Live Forever. Oil 8 * I H I * * * * * * i e / \ R J. H /

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 19 May 1911

1 a a a * i I* * * * * * rerr 11 "-M',1!' -1-1*1 itf'M ".MM f. / The Company Horse, will stand the season at Link Pros. 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, IVTg'r. Aspermont, Texas t Webb & Pierce IH Phone No. U2 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 vis, 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. Agents for THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER Webb & Pierce jT FOR PURE LIQUORS * WRITE TO H. BRAWN & CO. FORT WORTH, TEXAS. They will ship you, express charges prepaid, satisfaction guaranteed or your money refunded: 4 Full Quarts Private Stock for - - - S3 CO " Caney Creek for • - - 3 20 " American Gold for - - - 3 50 " Green Ri...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 19 May 1911

f fL f V, i - imiiinii hiiinihimiimiHimii\\iwinii Willi iiiiiiimi iiiim urn in n inn •;* ^ 't-- • :•■ I I (Continued From First Page) u It was divided into four equal parts and made two horse loads. The other two pack horses carried our bedding, cooking utensils, etc. Our return to 'Texas was the latter part of May or the first of June. There Was plenty of water, grass was fine * \ and game was plentiful. So we w1-~'L ■'traveled along leisurly, making more than twenty miles-la This man Storey was one of the best hearted men that I ever knew. He was a man that neyer drank nor gambled, but always made the rounds with the boys, and usually paid for everything. He was an intellec- tual fellow, I think he must have known Shakespeare and Burns by heart. I am quite sure he had a history back of him, but where he come from and who he was, is an unanswered question— his life was a sealed book to his companions. I don't know what was the matter with me, I guess the devil must have gotten hold...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 26 May 1911

The Aspermont St rkHHi ■■■ Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, May 26, 1911. Vol. 13. Remember First Monday in June. Read List of Prizes In this Brandenburg Will Build New Public School Building Tom Long was up from Bran- denburg last week to figure with the Commissioners Court on the proposition of buying the old Rayner court house with a view of converting it into a modern, up-to-date school'building. The city of Brandenburg contemplate voting a bond issue of $5,000 for school building purposes. With this amount they can use the old court house and build a splendid school building. We sav hurrah for Brandenburg and her pro- gressive citizenship. Money in- vested in schools always pays a large dividend on the investment and a community never rises above her schools. We say to the citizens of Brandenburg go ahead and build a handsome school building with all the modern equipments, and then rally around your school, It's the sal- vatio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 26 May 1911

i life ffi S-V.« M K'; • "i 'í¿ :. •" Stfi m m JUAREZ MILITARY HOSPITAL CONDITION Procounced a Disgrace Modern Civilization. to [From El Paso Times] "If the Mexican government does not take better care of the wounded and sick soldiers than they did at the Juarez military hospital some nation should step in and stop them from fighting," was the statement made by Dr. T. J. McCamant, who with Dr. F. P. Miller took charge of the federal hospital in Juarez at 1:30 yesterday afternoon. "It is im- possible to describe the condi- tions as they exist, the stench that one meets on entering the place, the sanitary conditions, the dirt, the flies that swarm about the wounded and the dying is indescribable," said the doc- tor. "Wf arrived at the federal hospital, which is located a block and a half south of the old church, shortly after 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon and found 97 patients. We also found three who had apparently been dead for three or four days, and were lying in the same building...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 26 May 1911

Cultivators 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 ot IMPLEMENTS. V S. B. Picrson Hardware and Furniture y HOME SWEET HOME can only be for those who REGULARLY deposit in tpe bank a part of their incomes and save enough to buy a home. Make OÜR Bank YOUR Bank The First National Bank 8 to, Aspermont, Texas ion 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. ORDER APPROVING TREASURER'S OÜARIERLY REPORT I In the matter of the Quarterly Report of S. R. Dickey, Treasurer, Stonewall count}7, Texas. In the Commissioners' Court, Stonewall County, May Term 1911. On this 18th day of May A. D. 1911, in Regular ...

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Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 26 May 1911

THE ASPERMONT STAR Publlah*d Every Thursday RICHARD H. McCARTY, Editor Subscription, 91 f\ Year. Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-elass mail matter. Four Issues Oñe Month The Star would like to see the people of Aspermont catcti the sidewalk craze. If we bad a bull pup and be wouldn't bark for # Aspermont and Stonewall county. We'd break his blame neck with a shooting stick. People are beginning to realize that road making is a public matter and that the best interests of agriculture demand the con- struction of good roads and that money wisely expended for this purpose is sure to return. Dadburn thesg old long faced knockers who go around sticking their old slimy bills into to ever move for the uplift of town and county—Never mind the devil will fix them after while—We'd like tobe there to chunk up the coals. It is up to the people of Asper- mont, as to whether or not they will have a city here or not. Conditions are brought about by men. Water, climate an...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 26 May 1911

■'jt ¥¿ ..pi i- m The Progressive- Merchant Aspermont, Texas Beautiful patterns in white goods, Swiss, Unweave, Dimity, Lawns of all kinds Just what you want for Lingerie Dresses. Tissue Ginghams in sheer and dainty patterns and delicate colors that will not fade. Don't fail to see them while the stock is new. Our line of Embroideries is "complete. Beautiful match sets in flouncings. Corset cover Embroider- ies from 25c to 65c. Band- ings, headings, and inser- tions. Let us show you our line. RETSOLVETD the more You wash The 6EST VAS HABLES the better they look.- the more You wear the BEST WASHABLE5 THE BETTER LOOK Hosiery, Gloves, Belts, Neckwear, in fact, any- thing you will need to wear with your summer dresses. Have just received a new shipment of lawns and Batiste in all the newest patterns and colors. 10c 12 l-2c, 15c and 20c. When there is so much dust are not wash goods the most desirable materials from which you can make your wash dresses? You know it is a very comfortable ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 26 May 1911

3-' OIOIOIOIOXOIO *1 * ►n * * * * * * * a 7==/ She sits here like a Diamond Broach on the Fertile Bosom of Stonewall County, the Fairest Garden o! 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 ' i ■ •' productive than the Delta of the Nile. Here is the Home of King Cotton, and her fields bloom * ? V - --i i with the Golden Grain and the grape vine staggers from tree to tree drunk with its own wine. ; g y í:m 'mmwWM 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. Moral: Come to Stonewall County where Prosperity will Smile on Yon, be Happy and Live Forever. V il.^ iü e 8 xo oxo

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