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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 15 September 1911

IIP ' I Ihjé m This is one of the strongest Land Companies hi Texas. This Company has just recently been and it has strong men back of It. Mr. W. 1 . been elected President and General Manager of this Firm • ,1 ;':o§ The Company Will do a General Land and Loan Business in Stonewall and adjoining counties. This Company make a specialty of handling large pastures. Their close connection with eastern and northern capital them good advantages in the selling of large pastures / closely from timé to time tor a list of their properties. List your farms and ranches with this company. They know where to find yoii a buyer, they keep in touch with buyers v ? -<■ Texas Lasé & Laon Co. W. L. FOOTE, Manager Texas m mwmlmSi

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 15 September 1911

THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday RICHARD H. McCARTY, Editor Subscript i on, hi A "Ve>ar. Entered at the Postotiice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month You cannot fool the people— the\r know. The world admires the man that succeeds. Believe in men and they will believe in vou. Don't be a drone in this busy world—but be a honey bee. Success is won on the field of battle, there's no other route. Have confidence in your self and you will draw all men to you. It is a sad thing to us to think of growing old. when the step totters, the eye sight dims and the brain is no longer active. These are the sign posts down life's highway, to warn the traveler that his steps are border- ing on the shores of old age. It is then that man no longer looks ahead, but looks back down the crooked trail of time and lives and dreams in the past. We never expect to grow old, but on j the other hand we expect to do ! the work of our life after we pass the six...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 15 September 1911

-i FREE TO ThisBeautiful Solid Comfort Reed Rocker mm •<,* EaF'a8fe&* M Earn WE WANT TO PUT AT LEAST ONE OF THESE FINE ROCKERS INTO YOUR HOME YOU CAN GET ONE FOR EVERY ROOM IF YOU DESIRE A good Reed Rocking Chair is one piece of furniture for which you always have a place. That's why we have arranged to give these fine rockers as premiums to our customers. Without a supply of rockers no homd is complete. THE AMERICAN CHAIR COMPANY of ST. LOUIS, MO. have given us exclusive agency for this locality for their celebrated SOLID COMFORT REED ROCKERS. i These chairs, beautiful, comfortable, sturdy, are an excellent addition to the furnishing of any room, po«c ., lawn or veranda. They are are strongly made of selected Singapore Reed, supported by well seasoned wood and are finished with the finest Japanese Shellac. They have full, continuous roll arms, well braced, and a solid reed seat in basket form. The back is woven reed and Is restful as well as attractive. The stretchers are ne...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 15 September 1911

I A i ta The Aspermont Star has purchased' from the Will A. Watkin famous music house of Dallas á grade Piano, costing ús $400.00. The. Will A. Watkin music house is known throughout the f State of Texas for fair dealing and their guarantee on an instrument is as good as gold: want it distinctly understood that the editor of the Star has full control of this Contest, not some unreliable firm in a distant city. t higit We and ) •¡agggggjgj HOW to ENTER THE Send in your name to the Editor /of the Star and then get out and frtfstle for si 9 "TBTIH w* Tfcl" TT 171^1 Any person or organization is eligible. 5,000 votes given for every dollar on subscription-, cither new or J | jf ^ No votes will be given until cash is paid in. Positively no information will be given outras to the standing of- ,, the candidates until counted and published in the Star. This contest will be conducted with1 fairness to all Jj and no partiality shown any one. Voting box is at the Star office and the county cle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 15 September 1911

¡ALL THAT IS I GOOD h In Drugs and Druggists* Sundries, Notions, Toilet Preparations, Etc. to be found at Aspermont Pharmacy We Want your business and Will treat you right. GiVe us a call. You are always Welcome South Side Aspermont P. / Gibson Bos. Shelf Hardware, Saddlery and Harness. Harness Shop Produce Wanted! We pay the Hignest market price for Turkeys, Chickens, Butter and Eggs, Hides and Skins X ■ . CITY MEAT MARKET. F-J-PALBY'Prop Jayton Bottling Works Send in your orders and get them filled and the goods delivered the same day Soda Pop, Dr. Pepper, Iron Brew, Honey Dew, Tuxatone, Coca Cola and Hop Ale. Prompt attention given to all orders TOM McCRARY, Prop. Jayton, Texas / \ Matt OSBORN ^ JEWELER H Full line watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, novelties and anvthing to be found in a first-class jewelry store. REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY Aspermont Pharmacy "Aspermont, Texas. CITY BARBER SHOP NEWMAN PAYNE Prop. ALL WORK FIRST-CLASS Hot and Cold Baths Agents HASKELL Steam Laund...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 15 September 1911

£. H. Johnson Dead A mantle of sorrow fell upon Aspeamont last Friday, when the news was flashed over the wire that E. H. Johnson had died in the Stamford Sanitarium. How sudden and sure is death, "it comes like a thief in the night." The deceased was taken sick on Tuesday and at noon was con fined to his bed. Drs. Wilson and Carrington were called in Wednesday to see him. Up to this time no one thoug-ht that he was seriously ill. But we under- stand that the attending physi- cians, as soon as they saw him, said that there was no hope for him. Thursday evening be was taken to the Stamford sanitarium for operation. But after an ex- amination it was decided that it was too late. His appendix had bursted and only an incision was made to let the corruption pass out. It was the conclusion of all the physicians that death was inevitable, but the deceased was hopeful of recovery up until the very hour of death, contended all the time that he would get well. Friday afternoon about 2 o'clock...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 September 1911

Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, September 22 1911. STONEWALL COUNTY IN SPLENDID SHAPE Recent Rains Have Been of Untold Benefit to all Crops Worlds of Feed King: Cotton is doing well and ■will nearly double the crop of last year. The crop outlook in Stonewall county is on the up grade. The farmers of the county, with very few exceptions will make plenty of feed to do them. It looks now like the cotton crop will be double what it was last year. Of course a great deal depends on a late fro6t. If Jack Frost will stay away until the middle of No- vember we will make worlds of cotton. Jim Habn was down Brazos Valley last Saturday looking for cotton pickers. He says that the Valley has two hundred bales of cotton open and they would like to have a hun- dred cotton pickers. The? Young Men's Booster Club sent an ad to the Semi-Weekly News at Dallas notifying the world that Stone- wall county wants cotton pickers. Jim Hahn says that there i...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 September 1911

The House of Quality Just Received Oxfords for men, women and children. Al- so complete line of Workshoes. The Dress Goods are re-filled with a complete line of FlaXon /" Lawns and Tissue. c/} U <u o o o c/} <u Uh PU <L> O Mens' Straw Sailors Odd Pants, Soft Shirts, Just the Dress for the warm weather. The most beau- tiful and complete line of Embroideries, Insertion, and in Match Sets A. W. Springer & Son i i We carry the best grade of Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber that can be had, and at prices that defy competition. Figure with us, we will save you money. R. B. Spencer & Co . repairs and WANTED-A RIDER AGENT IN EACH TOWN and district to ride and exhibit a sample Latest Model Ra«fer" bicycle furnished by us. Our agentseverywhere are making *22Jiey fast, full particularsand *fecialoftr«IM . NO MONEY REQUIRED until you receive and approve of your bicycle. We ship to anyone anywhere in the U. S. without a tent deposit in advance, pre ft freight, and allow TEN DAYS'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 September 1911

!áí '-"'-is -ir ¿V^ÜIS This is one of the strongest Land Companies in West Texas. This Company has just recently been organized and it has strong men back of It. Mr. W. U. Foote has been elected President and General Manager of this Firm BX The Company Will do a General Land and Loan Business in Stonewall and adjoining counties. This Company make a specialty of handling large pastures. Their tiusc connection with eastern and northern capital will them good advantages in the selling of large pastures W- sK ; NVV-, WATCH THIS %'i — closely from time to time tor a list of their properties. List your farms and ranches with this company. They know where to find you a buyer, they keep in touch with buyers i * The West Texas Land & Loan Co. W. L. FOOTE, Manager Aspermont, Texas \nSV-i w

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 September 1911

K THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Euery Thursday RICHARD H. McCARTY, Editor Subscription, > 1 A Year. Entered at ttíe Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Watch and do not trust the man, who says there is no virtue in woman or honesty in man. It is said there is a sucker born every minute, that's a mistake, there's one born every second, and will bite at any kind of bate. Four Issues One Month The crying need of this age is honest men. But what a beautiful city we could have if we would iust join hands and put our . shoulders to the wheel and push like the devil and Tom Walker. Knock the world and it will knock back at you. If you have ability voung man, millions are at your command. Everything comes to those who stay everlastingly with it and wait. When a merchant or a banker wants a hand, boys, they don't seek after them in the back ally gang nor among the street corner loafers—nobody but the devil would have that bunch. The world is looking for the man w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 September 1911

ma - ~r "?r-* "fel I / \ !> — Cw . «Sfefé imm 30^ Man-Tailored Suits, Coats and Skirts For Women and Misses j By Special arrangement we represent one of thé most up-to-date tailoring establishments in country making only only strictly mán-tailored garments to individual measure. r* " /v / %• • m We cordially invite our customers and friends to inspect our PORTFOLIO OF FASHIONS FOR FALL 1911 whicd includes seventy-eight distinctive authoritative styles and three hundred and fifty materials Prompt Delivery and Satisfaction in Sfyie. Fit and Quality Guaranteed N. C. ROLLINS The Progressive Merchant Tex -A - ■Ü LOCAL NEWS 4MD PERSONALS I. N..Shaded was ia the city .'Monday. T. E. Knight went to Stamford Monday. -Ross Payne was here this week . from Rule. 'The «9tton is sure rolling in "this wéék. Mrs. W. C. LOWefy is visiting in Dallas. Elbert Posey went to Swéñson Wednesday. Jim Albin is on the hunt of cot- ton pickers. Grandpa Johnson went tp Stam- ford Tuesday. R. I. Roberson sold...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 September 1911

M * * * * * * * * * # * * * # * # B 0 K * * M * * * * H * * 8 ►•< * * Contest - ri lM*Ég ;:V-.V^ ™ r ""mi <• ;. The Aspermont Star has purchased from the Will A. Watkin famous music house of Dallas a grade Piano, costing us $400.00. The Will A. Watkin music house is known throughout the State of Texas for fair dealing and their guarantee on an instrument is as good as gold, want it distinctly understood that the editor of the Star has full control of this Contest, not some unreliable firm in a distant city. We HOW to ENTER THE ©ONTEST > - Send in your name to the Editor of the Star and then get out and hustle for subscriptions -1 ■■TÉ :'f • a • a *?••• ■ zssssssssss TT T7C1 Any person or organization is eligible. 5,000 votes given for every dollar on subscription, either new or old |% I J I jfj^ No votes will be given until cash is paid in. Positively no information will be given out as to the standing of f. the candidates until counted and published in the Star. This conte...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 September 1911

Good Roads And Motor Car. ALL THAT IS GOOD & In Drugs and Druggists9 Sundries, Notions, Toilet Preparations, Etc, to be found at Aspermont Pharmacy We Want your business and Will treat you right. GiVe us a call. You are always Welcome South Side Aspermont iiTü.1'ik.Tt iT .▼«TíiTi>T«TA CTÍITÜT A Gibson Bos. Shelf Hardware, Saddlery and Harness. Harness Shop Produce Wanted! We pay the mgnest market price for / C' Turkeys, Chickens, Butter and Eggs, Hides and Skins CITY MEAT MARKET. F-J-PALBY-Prop Jayton Bottling Works Send in your orders and get them filléd and the goods delivered the same day Soda Pop, Dr. Pepper, Iron Brew, Honey Dew, Tuxatone, Coca Cola and Hop Ale. Prompt attention given to all orders TOM McCRARY, Prop. Jayton, Texas MattOSBORN JEWELER je- Full line watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, novelties and anything to be found in a first-class jewelry store. REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY Aspermont Pharmacy"Aspermont, Texas. CITY BARBER SHOP NEWMAN PAYNE* Prop. ALL WORK...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 September 1911

,'V^ V,v * ■ .v _• , > ■>';y Slf' ||ÉÍ Hi. n® ■•V I IP-C % ■•.:■ = . * ¿t i '¿A* mmmmmmm Telephone Conversation. THE GROUCH Hello! Hello! Hello, there! Say Central, what's the row? Don't be so gol-darned slow there I want that number now. What's that you say? there're busy! Well, what—yo've got 'em? Fine! That ringing makes me dizzy. Who's this? Get off of the line. Hello there, Jones! That lumber You sent up here today Is—Say, there, what's the num- ber? I want Jones & Gray. It's my mistake! Say, honey, Don't get so fresh and flip, Maybe you think you are funny, But I won't stand your lip! Hello there, Jones! You're Bringing a lot of culls to us— Hey, Central, stop that ringing! Get out of there, you cuss! Say, wothell's the matter? Leave this here line alone— What's all that buzz and chatter? Aw—damn the measly phone. THE SHOP GIRL Hello, Sadie is that you? Say, hon, ain't you goin' to That there ball tonight? With Who? Jimmie!,0, my land! Archie Coons is takin' me. Ain'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 6 October 1911

The Aspermont St Richard H. McCariy, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, October 6, 1911. DICKENS CO. GROWS LARGE COTTON STALK Saturday W. J. Elliott brought to Spur a stalk of cotton grown on his Spring Creek farm seven miles southwest of town and which the Spúr country will place on exhibition as the best cotton produced in America. The stalk is about five feet high and had four hundred and four bolls, squares and blooms. No more cultivation nor attention was given this stalk than the whole crop and the stalk is now at the Spur Farm Lands office and can be seen by any one who may doubt the above statements. During the past twenty vears it has, been fully demonstrated that the Spur country and Dick- ens county is the greatest cotton country in America, and when the various resources are fully developed and more scientific methods of cultivation are gen- erally practiced the farmers of this territory will become the most prosperous and independent people...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 6 October 1911

r *s Frankfort Pianos How Better 1 Selling Methods Secure Lower Prices For Piano Buyers Recently in a North Texas town, seven persons were buying pianos. Several different firms were trying to sell to them. The four persons who bought last/ bought their pianos of us. Each one of these are teady to tes- tify to the splendid qualities of the pianos they bought of us, aud to tlie fact that they paid us much lower prices than were paid by the first three buyers who bought elsewhere. One of the three gentlemen who bought elsewhere, went to see two of the pianos we sold. He expressed his disap- pointment with his piano, and regret / \ that he had bought else- where with- out / further in- vestigation of our piano qualities and lower prices. He said that without doubt we had supplied the best pian- os, tho he had paid the firm from whom he bought, nearly $100 more than he would have paid us. Incidents iike this come to us weekly and sometimes daily, and prove beyond question, that we are d...

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

USES OF BUTTERMILK ftOME RECIPES THAT MAY PROVE OF VALUE. Valuable Ingredient In Either Biscuit, Bread or Pies—Makes Delicious Shortcake—Adds Flavor to Ginger^ bread and Cookies—Mulled. Buttermilk Spoon Biscuit—One quart Pi buttermilk, one teaspoonful each of •oda and salt, two t&blespoonfuls of •oft butter and flour enough to make a stiff batter. Drop in hot gem pans %nd bake in a quick oven. Buttermilk Corn Bread—One pint ®f buttermilk, one teaspoonful each of •oda and salt, one well beaten egg, one heaping pint of cornmeal. One heaping tablespoonful of sugar may be added if liked. Bake in a dripping 9an or gem pans, in a qulck'oven. Buttermilk Piecrust—One cupful of buttermilk, one-half cupful of sour cream, one-half teaspoonful each of •oda and salt, and flour to make a soft flough. Make out and bake as any piecrust Buttermilk Shortcake—One pint of rich, fresh buttermilk, one teaspoon ful of soda, one teaspoonful of salt, ind graham flour to make a tolerably •tiff batter. Ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 6 October 1911

-- - m am INFLAM- MATION AND PAIN Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Crestón, Iowa.—"I was troubled for a long time with inflammation, pains in my side, sick headaches ana ner- vousness. I had ta- ken so many medi- cines that I was discouraged and thought I would never get well A friend told me of Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Com- pound and it re. stored me to health. I have no more j my nerves are stronger and I can . to my own work. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cured me after everything else had failed, and I reo. ommend it to other suffering women." —Mrs. Wm. Seals 605 W. Howard St, Crestón, Iowa. Thousands of unsolicited and gentw Ine testimonials like the above prove the efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which is mads exclusively from roots and herbs. Women who suffer from those dis. tressing ills should not lose sight of these facts or doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to restore their health. If you want specia...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 6 October 1911

f ' 'l ' "' > / :V ra TAW-0 Man-Tailored Suits, Women Coats and and Misses By Special arrangement we represent one of the most up-to-date tailoring establishments in 1 country making only only strictly man-tailored garments to individual measure. We cordially invite our customers and friends to inspect our PORTFOLIO OF FASHIONS FOR FALL 1911 • ■' Í . ( whicd includes seventy-eight distinctive authoritative styles and three hundred and fifty .--Ma. ' , I ? . mé = Prompt Delivery and Satisfaction in Style. Fit and Qi Guaranteed N. C. ROLLINS The Progressive Merchant Aspermont, T ■ ¿'if ' ■ -JPS ✓ 'ÉÍ ••••"#'; ¡1 .'. :j\ I LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS Oat Osborti is in Dallas this week. Soda pop on ice at City' Meat Market Call on the merchants for cash coupons. Mart Abbott sold cotton in the -city this week. See the City Tailor Shop for clothes that fit. V < I M. E. Payne was down from Peacock this week. 5000 votes goes with every dol- lar on subscription. John Bryant was uo from -S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 6 October 1911

I: b * V- • fíf I Our fall and. winter goods are now in transit. We will have the swellest line yrf Shoes ever brought tó this market Come and see the new goods. X OUR CLOTHING m i For fall and winter wear is the nobbiest line on the mar- ket. For quality and fit, they have no superior. See A. W. Springer & Son for Shoes and Clothing. Let us sell you a suit or an overcoat. Our Clothing will bear the closest inspection and we invite you to come and see them FURNISHINGS v Mens Furnishings in all the latest styles. Everything you need such as underwear, shirts, collars, ties, ¿ox, etc. . r |[ Say we handle a full line of groceries. Let us sell you your October bill. Our stock of work shirts is comísete. We handle the all-wool Shirts. Full line of Trunks. Lamp & Co. the best on earth—Tailor Made Stuff. Come to see us \ A. W. Springer & Son / THE COST JtfBAD ROADS Government Statistics tell us that it costs our farmers 15 cents more to haul one ton one mile in this - country ...

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