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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 6 October 1911

ífl I í • |m( We are going to establish a Bargain Counter in our Store. We have some odds and ends which are good Merchan- dise and we are going to put it on our Bargain Counter M and put the price on same that will move them. Now re- M member that this is all good stuff, but sizes, etc. are broken Sj And We are Going to sell Yon This Line of Merchandise \ - Remember that from this date on. our books are closed and we will positively not sell on time will talk at our store and we have some bargains that will surprise you jm- 1 / : : — ■ . 1 li , . X H When you come to town be sure and visit Q our Bargain Counter if you want to save Money * v . • * * * 7 | ¡ This Bargain Counter Sale MONDAY OCTOBER 9th, 1911 Come quick and get first choice of bargains. Come before they are picked over. Come now, 8— — * g J. A. CARROLL The Cash Man OXOTOXOXO oIoX T«oIoIoToIoTo yxo oToToio oXo OXiX# V

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 6 October 1911

rm / THE ASPERMONT STAR Publlah*d Every Thursday RICHARD H. McCARTY, Editor Subscription, • I A Year. Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues 1One Month Push and the world will help you. By killing the prairie dogs now you will save thousands of dol- lars worth of grass—Had you thought about it? The Star is going to wage war for good roads and the killing of the prairie dogs. And it will not lét up until both are accom- plished. Pitch the motley hei^d a po- litical bone and they will scratch and growl. Talk industrial de- velopment to them and they are mum. What about the killing prairie dogs? of Build good roads and kill the prairie dogs in Stonewall county. Build good roads in Stonewall county and the county will grow by leaps and bounds. Now would be a good time to begin the killing of prairie dogs —and save the grass. • Advertise Stonewall county and let the world know the advan- tages of her soil and climate. > The political ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 6 October 1911

á3§¡ y S / / V- L u The Handwriting Was Unmistakably That of a Woman. mm JACQUES fUTRELLE ÍLLU5TRAHON5' hy M.G.K3zrttivR:r- COPYRIGHT I9O8 by THE ASSOCIATED «SUNDAY MAGA2IPÍE5 COPYRIGHT Í90Q ¿y THE BOBB3 - MERRILL COMPANY CHAPTER I. Miss Isabel Thorne. All the world rubs elbows in Wash- ington. Outwardly It is merely a city of evasion, of conventionalities, sated with the commonplace pleasures of Ufe, listless, blase even, and always exquisitely, albeit frigidly, courteous; but beneath the still, suave surface strange currents play at cross pur* poses. Intrigue is endless, and the merciless war of diplomacy goes on unceasingly. Occasionally, only oc- casionally, a bubble comes to the sur- face, and when it bursts the echo goes crashing around the earth. Some- times a dynasty is shaken, a nation trembles, a ministry topples over; but the ripple moves and all is placid again. No man may know all that happens there, for then he would be diplomatic master of the world. "There Is plenty ...

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

THE ASPERMONT STAR RICHARD A. McCARTY, Editor. ASPERMONT, TEXAS Tan is cheap now. The lucky aviator Is the live one Niagara occasionally fails as a fool *Ul«r. Aviation shows a marked tendena towards precipitation. An alert toad eats 285 flies an how V—if he can catch them. On some summer days straw hati Iflofy meteorological conditions. Most of the women who put on bath tac suits this summer get them wet. The electric fan crop Is more impor tent just now than even a cereal crop I Joy riding in the air bids fair to be jpome a sky feature either this year 01 Most of the early presidential boomi •will be badly frostbitten before anoth W spring. There are microbes on a dollar bill but dollar bills do not fly about tc •light on one. The sweet girl graduate has desert •d the fountain of learning for th< boda fountain. A cat can look at a king, and fot that matter most any sort of a mar grow a pointed beard. The coatless man who has not alsa shed his good manners is all right While the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 6 October 1911

«ascefflfetesatnii ■ "> ,ifi a aaitBg%a / UTATATÍITATATI ÍTATATATATATÍ CTaCTATJ LT¿i 'WTOTflW TUTOTTT ^ ALL THAT IS 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. GiOe us a call. You are always Welcome / South Side Aspermont * * * * * * * * * * * itTitTATI iTaTitTiiTILTILT¿ ÍTÍLTATj LTaTAT¿ÍIílTÍLTAT¿>TÍ|¡TÍ^T¡ "Ji?n.""X"rJL"oL'"X"fX"rJL""As"As"Jl? Gibson Bros. Shelf Hardware, Saddlery and Harness. Harness Shop Produce Wanted! We pay the mgnest market price for " Turkeys, Chickens, Butter and Eggs, Hides and Skins CITY MEAT MARKET. F-J-PALBY'Prop Jayton Bottling Works Send in your orderi 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 , -af JEWELERS Full line watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, nov...

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

* ! • 5 f. p; ? i • * & Farmers Supply SWENSON, TEXAS Take great pleasure in announcing to the public the arrival of their new and most complete stock of Fall and Winter Goods MM ■ í m. ¡¡i ever shown in Stonewall county. Wc selected our stock with the utmost care and have to offer a selection that is worth your while to investigate. We may be a little early, but we want to show you that we are the first to show the new things and, naturally, give you an opportunity to take advantage of the many bargains that await you at our store. Good serviceable goods at low prices Millinery Depatanent Ladies Hats in all the latest styles and'designs. The ladies can find anything in the hat line they want. Come and look then* over. , Our Millinery Department is complete in every detail, up-to-date in every particular, and prices that will meet with your approval Men's and Boys Suits, Great Bargains. Shoes, Hats, Caps and Furnishings. Come to Swenson FARMERS SUPPLY CO. 'Am V 8> fx Spencer ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 October 1911

- -Am-*- m The Aspermont S Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, October 13, 1911. About The Price of Cotton. We asked one man what he thought was causing the low priced cotton. This was the answer that he gave us: The middle man is knocked out. He said the farmer had clamoied for the middle man to be knocked out and the law had knocked out the bucket shops, therefore there was no one to bull the market. He said further that it used to ^e that the town was full of cot- ton buyers to take the merchants cotton. Now there is only two cotton buyers that come to Aspermont to buy their cotton. He says that it is all in the hands of the mills now and t"hat the farmer had got just what they asked and the cotton mills helped them to get them c*ut of the way. And that is the middle man now, the producers are at the mercy of this. We were at Jay ton one day this week and another man ad- vanced the same idea: that the middle man is knocked out and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 October 1911

Frankfort Pianos How Better 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 the 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 ¿ike this come to us weekly and sometimes daily, and prove beyond question, that we are doing all w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 October 1911

r 4 1 N. G. ROLLINS Our Stock of Fall and Winter Coods is Complete . - " ; The most beautiful line of Wool and Silk Dress Coods and Trimmings ever shown. It is impossible for us to accurately describe colors and color combinations, but we invite you to come and look at these attractive things If You are Paying for It There is no reason why you should not have what pleases you We can Make Your Feet Shine in "WHITE HOUSE" Shoes We are exclusive agents for the ★ 5 ★ Shoes. They are comfortable, stylish and Durable y 1 ' ' V. f ' Remember flB That we are giving a beautiful Reed Rocker ABSOLUTELY FREE with every $25 worth of goods you buy from us for cash, whether bought at one time or different times, we will give you these Rockers for $1.50 or if your cash purchases amount to $50 for a period of twelve months we will give you a rocker ABSOLUTELY FREE N. G. ROLLINS The Progressive Merchant Aspermont, Texas Hi LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS Hustle subscriptions and win a piano. J. S. Trammel w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 October 1911

w 1 Our fall and winter goods are now in transit. We will have the swellest line of Shoes ever 'brought to this market. Come and see the new goods. Prices Right OUR CLOTHING 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 Mens Furnishings in all the latest styles. Everything you need such as underwear, shirts, collars, ties, sox, etc. Say we handle a lull line of groceries. Let us sell you your October bill. Our stock oí work shirts is complete. We handle the all-wool Shirts. Full line of Trunks. Lamn & Co. the best on earth—Tailor Made Stuff. Come to see us O A. W. Springer & Son Q •)W K J. W, Ladd was in town Satur- day. Charley Hannis was in town Monday. Jack Frost like to have got us this week. P. Brady went up to Oriana Monday...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 October 1911

i i p Jf i .-¿y-■-> oxo g| And We are Going to sell You This Line ofperchandise h HI M * K * * * M H 0 H H # m * * i I I We are going to establish a Bargain Counter in our Store. We have some odds and ends which are goodlMerchan- dise and we are going to put it on our Bargain] [Counter and put the price on same that will move them. Now re- member that this is all good stutf, but sizes, etc. are broken VM Remember that from this date on, our books are closed and ¡we will positively not sell on will talk at our store and we have some bargains that will surprise you . ... 1 . 1 lTl When you come to town be sure and visit our Bargain Counter if you want to save Money This Bargain Counter Sale MONDAY 06T0BER 9th, 1911 Come quick and get first choice of bargains. Come before they are picked over. Come now. Ü •«¿si J. A. CARROLL The Cash Man

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 October 1911

38lfÍ 1 THE ASPERMONT STAR Publl*h*ci Every Thursday RICHARD H. McCARTY, Editor Subscrtptlon, SI fK Year. Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month Say, Mr. Farmer raise more hogs and hominy and less cotton. Plant more hogs and mule colts M*r. Farmer and less cotton. If you think that success comes early in any vocation of life— you have never tried. The world is not all sunshine- He made the shadows that we might appreciate the light. Yet while cotton is the South's money crop, it has been a curse to the Southern People, It has curse the bovs arid girls with ignorance. It is up hill all the way to glory boys, and you have got to have your staying qualities to hold your place after you make the landing. The desirabilitv of good roads needs no extended advocacy in this day and time. Their ne- cessity is generally acknowledged and the agitation of the subject by the Commercial Clubs of the state will greatly promote the materia...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 October 1911

Ps — l,TATJtT,^.,T,iTATATATJtTATAT, ■OTTOTTTTOÍTOTtt ALL THAT IS GOOD 1 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 Gibson Bros. Shelf Hardware, Saddlery and Harness. Harness Shop Produce Wanted! We pay the mgnest market price for Turkeys, Ghickens, Butter and Eggs, Hides and Skins CITY MEAT MARKEL f- 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 McGRARY, Prop. Jayton, Texas Matt OSBORN ~=4 JEWELER^ Full line watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, novelties and anvthing to be found in a first-class jewelry store. REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY Aspermont PharmaCV-Aspermont. Texas. CITY BARBER SHOP NEWMAN PAYNE, Prop. ALL WORK FIRST-CLASS Hot and Co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 13 October 1911

Farmers SWENSON, TEXAS Take great pleasure in announcing to the public the arrival of their new and most complete stock of Fall and Winter Goods ever shown in Stonewall county. We selected our stock with the utmost care and have to offer a selection that is worth your while to investigate. We may be a little early, but'we want to show you that we are the first to show the new things and, naturally, give you an opportunity to take advantage of the many bargains that await you at our store. Good serviceable goods at low prices Millinery Depatment Ladies Hats in all the latest styles and designs. The ladies can find anything in the hat line they want. Come and look them over. Our Millinery Department is complete in every detail, up-to-date in every particular, and prices that will meet with your approval Men's and Boys Suits, Great Bargains. Shoes, Hats, Caps and Furnishings. Come to Swenson FARMERS SUPPLY CO. . TI I R. B. Spencer & Co Moving to the Switzer Lumber Company stand bac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, stonewall County, Texas, Friday, October 20, 1911. Vol. 14. No. 12 o ;dit, /our gs, > Prop % / Texas AN ? -LAW jxas ional Bank. Store V arefull] id. With every- to a first us. •anjrements horse and vet days on LOO for five lond John- 40 The Dying Request of a Rebel Soldier. The sun had gone down be- hind the western hills and the shadows were chasing: the god of day over the hill tops, and dark- ness was spreading its mantle of night over the battle Held of the dead and dying. Southern valor had measured swords with Uncle Sam's dare devil boys in blue and death and carnage had followed in their train. This was the bloody war be- tween the North and the South, brother against brother, and for bravery, daring and blood shed, this stands without a parallel in the history of the world. The Southland answered the bugle call and went out to do and die for the cause that they believed was right. The flower of the voung manhood of the S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

f . ■ ., ,«. jhr " iPli PMRP $$L ,s ' A*®? i i&tobhk ' i SSa * ~«*r-< ^ iwwii'a ', ; ■ ;■„ i, The Price of Cotton. riilh in7TT7i kHnn Kafi irnnA rlniun tin til ♦ How Better Sellling 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 the 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 bad 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, nea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

WW* w® ' ; I "f ■:•■ fWsIm- ': i /ft] -liL1 >: ' INVESTMENT HEALTH Fraternal Ordera. Labor Unions and Insurance Companiea Erect Tuberculosis Sanitorla. /^WILBUR P. NESB1T 'Htiliiiiiimuumurn U 1 -II 8© «lui*tory "mil TkeOldTimes 41vat nreLo^t Munyon's Stomach Treatment Performing Miracles. MUNYON TELLS YOU HOW TO GET WELL FREE OF CHARGE "A from few days aero I received a letter a young man, who slatea he lu 28 I ■Whero nre the Old Times li!<1der>7 Oh, 1 try my best to see The past rise up In pictures of the days thru used to bo! 1 wonder whrri* they've Rone to. and who whs It shut the dnor And locked them In—the hoy days that will conio uRuln no more. * 1 muse about the meadow, and the clover wnere 1 stood And caught the crushed-out fragrance that was mnrvclously Rood, And now the dim remonibrance brings no clover tnns along. Nor do I catch tho echoes of the distant robin-song. J cIosp my eves; I listen with the eager- ness of one Who fain would hear his fancies as on fairy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

f KITCHEN PRACTICE PUTTING IT UP TO CENTRAL OONT NEED IT. All Caller Wanted Wu Mrs. Smith's Number^ and Surely That Waa Easy to Get. Health of the •family la Dependent Upon Watchfulness of the Utile Thing*. T^OCTORS know that Oxidine is a most dependable sys- tem-cleansing tonic. Most useful in stirring up lazy livers, sluggish bowels and kidneys, weak stomachs. Its ef- fects are quick, safe, sure and permanent. OXIDINE —a bottle proves. THa specific for Malaria. Chill* and Fever and all diseaaea due to disorder. of liver, stomach, bowels and kidneya. 09c. At Yoar Druggitt* *«e dbco o®., Waoo, Tax*.. lftttS SINGLE BINDER SIHJUGHT0S61GJ18 You Par I0ot for Clears K' t so Coed, rf. LEWIS faorla. Ill j FOR OLD AND YOUNG Yutt'e Liver Ptlls acta, kindly on tba child, the delicate icnult or laflrm old as., aa upm the vltorou«man. Tuft s Pilis give tene and strength to the weak stomach. . kidneys and bladder. There had Men wholesale poison- ing In one cltj after. & muaicale. Nothing in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

> ge of a's lay t time mm I* troubled ion. Const!* Stomach or relieve the y but sure- sating taste et. •bs and i Own 'a All make It • d medicine e digestive ural action loving that rarding off f the atom- Has It 'ackage TON TO NER >XM factors. n conslfu d State* art tmesooUt tton eoaitgBll d terms fer to any out em to the paafc nndltng cottoa, r excellent coa* Lhe co(toQ pltt* kiways able t# rices on cottoft 17 bale ihippel ry much btgao# ). 40-1911. e olcak, d me, l, and rhen I I was could time, work. IT r feel ^ ise to a ) little A 1 suc- fy the imach when 1 easy cents. CCA 3 A hmmtmr ■let* write Iba Mr Catalog Mk rth, Tmm ES sss Pv. m ■:\'A iV' ■ mh Our Stock of Fall and Winter Complete Coods now mm 1 tlT 1 0 ipl I The most beautiful line of Wool and Silk Dress Coods and Trimmings ever shown. It is impossible for us to accurately describe colors and color combinations, but we invite you to come and look at these attractive things If You are Paying for It There is no reason ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 20 October 1911

wm--: 1'.'. • '• ' : '1 : i'Mm M id ill j Our Fall and Winter Goods are in and opened up, have the newest and prettiest line ol White Goods, Dress Goods, and Ginghams, Ladies Skirts, and Ladies Sweaters and Caps. Ties, Belts, and Collars See our new Shoes and Socks, We can lit you up in all sizes. We Have a Heavy Stock of Clothing for Men and Boys We always keep on hand a nice clean stock of Groceries and sell close \ Call and see what we can show you A. W. Springer & Son W7'"™ 1 ' v< Wl M Th he ,!■ , ■ '<& . Eugene Mavfield was in town | Saturday..';.. J. E. Keen was up from Slam- j ford this week. Mrs. Sam Pierson left for! Dallas Satiirday. D. N. White did business in' the city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rash went I to Peacock Saturday. Cleveland Pierson was over from Haakell this week. Sheriff Sam Lanier went yto Ajsarillattiw yeek/n buaifaess. Lee Hopkins left Saturday for Dallas to take in the qrreat State Fain We stilt make abstracts and write fire insurance. ...

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