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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 October 1911

prominent quez were moist this DaShields, the State; D. W. Car- ;e and W. these gen- i business out to see >urse they vith grand Benson. informs us lave a new begin the tone build- eks. This igest mer- i-all county stability to nson. Let ir. • ■ Church 1911 • and 7:15 vill preach ng the last ence year, ly to have odist. ice we will ear's work, id advance ke this last 2 year the | to be pres- 11 the ser- , Pastor. from Dai- he took in H the chute ' S5SS t JACQUES FUTRELLE lUCSIRAOONS Ay M.CJ.Kettivsci- COPYRIGHT 1906 by THE ASSOCIATED 6VHDAY MAOAZWEd COPYRIGHT * 190Q iy THE. BQBB3 - MERfelLL COMPANy "That brings us to another ques- tion," Mr. Grimm continued merciless- ly. "If you did not shoot Senor Al- vares, do you know who did?" There was another long pause. "I want to believe you. Miss Thorne," he supplemented. She turned quickly with something of defiance in her attitude. "Yes, I know," she said f,lowly. "It were useless to deny it" "Who was itr "I won't tell you." Mr. Grimm...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 October 1911

mmmmm 7 THE ASPERMONT STAR RICHARD A. McCARTY, Editor. ASPiiRMONT, - TEXAS ^.'il'JL.1.' , = IN PRESERVING TIME SOME DAINTIES OF E8PECIAI, FLAVOR FOR WINTER. PKIL.080PHY AND PLA8TER3. For the most part mankind has learned to accept the varied happen- toga of life la a philosophical spirit. But there always will be people who. forgetting the inspired adage which recites that sufficient unto the day is the evil thereof, continually look ahead for trouble. The other day a big snake in the Bronx zoo was found to be suffering from bronchitis. The ordinary remedies were given and in addition the reptile's throat was wrap- ped with adhesive plaster for a dis- tance of six feet—the unusual cpaco being covered, perhaps because it is difficult to tell where a snake's throat j ends and the rest of him begins. And j now an uneasy correspondent writes j to his daily paper and asks how the doctor and the attendants propose to remove the plaster. It is possible, that this inquiring person has had t...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 October 1911

" '4^\ Many % A <Ja nT i m For NO SIR, I CAN'T GET APPENDICITIS 0 IL Sale I Eat All I Want to Now. No More Gas on the Stomach or Sour Stomach. No More Heavy Feeling After Meals or Constipation, No matter what you've tried without frettlnc relief JUST TRY slmplo buck- thorn bul k, Blyceilne, etc., as compounded In ADJjlSn-l-KA! You will Vie surprised at the QUICK results and you will be guarded acainst appendicitis. Tho VERY FIRST DOSE will help you and a short treatment with ADLER-I-KA will make you feel better than you have for years. This new German appendicitis remedy antisepticisses the stomach and bowels and draws off all Impurities. A SINGLE DOSE relieves pras on the stomach, sour stomach, constipation, nausea or heavy feeling after eating almost AT ONCE. A short treatment often cures an ordinary case of appendicitis. > Aspermont g HHHHHH Pharmacy kTjkTi^Tj kT< LTjCTA^TACTdCTikT'i CTjCTi lTj CfihTi*nTilTdhTd h-TdkT^ITa)tT-i Gibson Bros. Shelf Hardware, Saddlery and Ha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 27 October 1911

J Y-*s Y-* V* >,*** ^ \ f *s! 3U «*< ^ Vi *4 Farmers SWENSON, TEXAS Take great pleasure in announcing to the pnblie the arrival of their new and most complete stock of Fall and Winter Goods ^^ DtnS^e"^^U;;fnh^^Tt™.Tto^y™ih^7H^tontl"-atht«'rihtr-.8Sand, «>" to investigate. We may be a little early, but we wa x y serviceable goods at low prices yon an opportunity to take advantage of the many bargains that awa.t you at our store. Millinery Depafment Men's and Bovs Suits. Great Bargains. Shoes, Hats. Caps and Furnishings. Come to Swenson farmers supply co. Horrible f Death of a Little Child in Railroad Wreck. The toll of human life each year on our rail roads is enor- mous. And it does look to us like it is time for either our state or national government to take notice of the terrible loss of lile and enact some drastic laws along this line. Nearly every day in the week we read in our daily papers of the awful rail- road wrecks and the ioss of human life. It is just simply al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 November 1911

E B f i A 1 >• s e ) attached, dollar, imounts to xchange it eposit. To application le in fixed >2, $5, $10, these it is ay amount ficates are :ach grade. duplicate, •eing num- the offices h, so that ;h one. write the flcate, but out of the s no chance ;e entries. the name 2 depositor, able. > his name deposit, to te. You i the post- date. The iped oil the t table en- your inter- r has sole s thus de- *ette could lay run to ur total de- i, exclusive the postal ovv rate of • cent. But id you can id have no t it. That ither .thing e American Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, November 3, 1911. Vol. 14. No. 14 I I i I I GRAND JURY REPORT SUBMITTED MONDAY Aspermont, Tex., Oct. 80, 1911 To the Hon. John B. Thomas, Judge of the 39th Judicial Dis- trict: We, the Grand Jury empaneled at this the October term A. 1). of the District Court of Stone- wall county, Texas, beg leave to submit this our final report: We have been in session ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 November 1911

JMMM! Chase PLAYER - PIANO THE A. B. CHASE is the sovereign among PIANO PLAYERS. It has surpassed all other players and has^gone far in advance of older and highly advertised inferior^makes. It Is Different THE A. B. CHASE is unlike other players. Its system is different. It is more easily opprated and produces better results than^other, players. It is different in appearance. With the A. B. CHASE you sit m a restful, position in an "easy" chair and enjoy the music. It is different in that the mechanism is all below the keyboard and the music roll is near the expression levers, enabling the operator to watch the roll and give perfect expression to the music. Don t pay a big price for an old-fashioned player that has not passed|the A. B. C. stage, when you' can just as well own the best, the A. B. Chase. This re- markable player is now to be seen at THE Will A. Watkin Co. The Country Editor, What is the most agreeable occupation? Doubtless our read- ers would answer that question in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 November 1911

BEDS * MEN it possible to build 'lioenioiajis made the "thplace of the navies ' depended upon men government builders t the ponderous ma- conditions that will ficent civilization: )ur rivers, lakes, done everything d of government enterprise of the glits of progress needs great men. at OTEL nd clean beds implo Ln test. Slortu, y where aro ninkimt He. <1 approve of your REE TRIAL dniW any test yon wish, t wish to keen tiio // not beaut one tent. rado bicycles it is small proiit aliovo n s mollis by buy- antee behind your from anyone at any r unheard of factory >ur beautiful catalogue braoUelnftttlio wornier- out g ratio bicycles for olitahovo factory cost, eut double our priccu roles. but tonally imve out promptly.at prices parts, repairs nnd rice*. iS-ESSS"# • rim stria "H" m cutting. This gguswiis ers Khlpprd an mo a cent until you 22Sg|fcg& WUttss; MtMoll —k— tad S! 10, ILL. MIME ISABEL ry JACQUES FUTRELLE ILLUSTRATIONS by M.G.Kscttis*ir- COPYRIGHT 19O0 by THE ASSOCIATED...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 November 1911

IE ASPERMONT STAR RICHARD A. MCCARTY, Editor. IPJBEMOtfT, TEXAS THE SERVICE OF BIRDS. Among the creatures that render ■•Trice to mankind the birds occupy • foremost place. It Is their function to suppress the Insects that play havoc with the farmer's hard-earned crops. Fifty-three per cent of the food of birds In one locality was found to consist of the larvae of the dls- •ase disseminating mosquitoes. Horse flies are the burden not only of horses, but of other valuable stock, and the larvae of this fly are the natural food of several species of birds. The fever tfek, so Injurious to cattle. Is the natural food of the killdeer and th6 plover. Corn, cotton and other crops are destroyed to a large extent by grasshoppers, and there are at least 33 species of birds that feed upon grasshoppers. Grass lands and grain • crops in general suffer greatly from : various insect pests, which are do- j stroyed In vast multitudes by birds. The greatly dreaded boll weevil Is food for the plover, th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 November 1911

■V; • «EV8 WEAK* ya to tell ft yon b. The first 14 back. Tfce mo- tio kidser oeer*- one. If yoa eu - set yow kidneys, >Kln using Doan'a Idney PWs at 100. E. It WMson, ramettsbiirg, Jo- , says: "l was mpletely laid up Ith kidney com- alnt cad laflam- atory rhenma- feet wese terrl- nflassed I ceuld fter doctors had ;an using Doan's boxes cured me lave sot bad the j." Is Lame, Eo- lOAN-S." 60c • iter-Milbani Co, ierrfes. . J blueberry erop a revenue of according to bert K. Gardner ustry was stark ) In that county ir la the largest ne grower real- ushels which he 1 as a "side Is- erryfleld is said rries from the es are gathered, lous prices are Serrjr lands and id the canning ing.—Kennebec rals. ills, at a tea at Moon street," " who had just "amused us aU New York celw •ather neatly a Vail street arne in New 'everything he In a bandana stroked his le possesses Is ime.'" ie boy, but we i Oskaloosa. lucky they t8 >m the Lone down la Tex- ngs unite to at wind their owery meads, a for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 November 1911

■$\ ■ 'W® toft W m*: HOUSE of QUALITY y! Our Fall and Winter Goods arc in and opened up, have the newest and prettiest line ot 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 fit 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 8c Son The Battle of Sabine Pass. m By Rev. Thomas B. Gregory New York American . Forty-eight vears ago. Sept. 8, 1863 was fought the battle of Sabine Pass down in the extreme) southeastern corner of the state of Texas. A great many of the histories of the "late unpleasant- ness" fail to make even so much as a mention of this fight, not- withstanding the fact that it was perhaps the most remarkable of all the twenty-five hundred fights, big and little, that came off during the war. The military authorities of the anion perc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 November 1911

© § n m mm m # m # # m 31 ''':?>• Ik s iS ..ill jSHI ill ■':^l mm 81 xlB >,i $1 Hi II r« mm I ljf| I 1 oxoxo 0X0 0X0 Battle Dollars 8 n M 1 1 m at J. A. CARROLL'S That Bargain Counter of ours was ago from the very start. On last Saturday our store was thronged with bargain hunters and we took in $200 Spot Cash, sold 30 pair shoes off our bargain counter. Come in and join the rush, we are the only STRICTLY CASH STORE in Aspermont. We Buy for Cash, Sell for Cash When you buy goods at our store you don't have to settle any bad debts for the other fellow. The man that sells on time has got to self higher than the man that sells for cash, for the reason he has so many bad debts that some one has got to pay. As we sell for cash we can sell cheaper COME TO OUR STORE and witness the Battle of Dollars. Cash talks at our Store E i a * * J. A. Remember the Bargain Gounter at ARROLL, The Cash Man 8 m a oxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo ®loioroT< T TOTOXOTOTOY«IOTOTOTOTO Lost In a Big Circus. On last F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 November 1911

<j THE ASPERMONT STAR Publl*h*cl Bv ry Thursday RICHARD H. McCARTY, Editor Suoacrlptlon, *' Ye<lr' Entered at the Postottice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. It has always been our policy to boost the town where we live; hot or cold, wet or dry. The man or the town that waits for the sign to get just right before they begin to boost, are the ones that always wake up after the tide has gone by. The time to boost is right now. Four Issues One Month Capital never locates in a dead town. It always seeks the place where they do things. It's the poor broke devil that lodges in the dead town. The hardest thing to do in the world is to think—and its danger- ous to ones material welfare to think independently that's the reason there are so many par- rots. Political sentiment is the great damming sin in America. It is a chain around the neck of prog- ress. Advocate a measure or vote for a man because its demo- cratic is ignorance of the rankest sort. The animal man is...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 November 1911

mmm ;,^y,' ■ from $1 olced 1! erest m y by m odd y ill will iH ■it! : you mm IBf ut to ||f mday Lu- j£| row Jill }m mm. m am t will ead of s,; unday. ;|p; d the t high .« mwm />■ WILBUR D. NE5B1T ahqmny ^cmu fn 'My child, when wo consider things And how they are arranged "We learn that though wo all wero kings We would not have them changed. Four fingers on each hand aro placed To help us do our sums— 'We could not add up bills In haste If all of them wero thumbs. lOur arms are where they need to bsj If they were otherwhere We'd all be utterly at sea In doing up our hair; 'Our hands are aptly fitted, too— If they were at our feet, lliow could we ever tio a shoo Or holp ourselves to eat? How excellent It Is that ears Are set outside the head! It Is through them that each one hears Each thing that may be said. Our eyes, located as thoy aro. Help us to look ahead; Wo could not look so very far Were they set back Instead. The feet are sensibly disposed To aid one as he stands Elso ev...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 November 1911

Terrible Suffering Eczema All Over Baby's Body. "When my baby was four mouths old Mi' face broke out with eczema and at afcteen months of age his face, hands and •ma* were in a dreadful state. The ecacuia spread all o.vee his body. We had to put a mask or cloth over his face and tie up his hands. Finally we gave hitu Hoods Sarsaparilla and in a few months u was entirely cured. Today be is a Wealthy bog." Mrs. Inez Lewis, Baring, ilia cure* blood diseases —„—i up the system, (Jet it today in usual liquid form or •hofiolated tablets called Barsatabs. IN THE LIVE BOX. iA &Ae HOME DEPARTMENT FASHIONS FOR GIRLS COMFORT AND PRACTICALITY ARE RULINQ FEATURES. WlHle Rock—Say, Johnnie, I don't •rant to play In your yard. PIMPLES ON FACE 3 YEARS "I was troubled with acne for three toog years. My face was the only part affected, but it caused great disfigure- ment, also suffering and loss of sleep. At first there appeared red, hard pimples which later contained white matter. I suffered a gr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 3 November 1911

NO SIB, I CAN'T IGET APPENDICITIS I Eat All I Want to Now. No More Gas on the Stomach or Sour Stomach. No More Heavy Feeling After Meals or Constipation. No matter what you'vo tried without BettinK relief JUST TRY simple buck- thorn bark, glycerine, etc., as compounded In ADLER-1-KA! You will be surprised at the QUICK results anil you will be guarded against appendicitis. The VERY FIRST DOSE will help you and a short treatment with ADLER-I-KA will make you feel better than you have for years. This new German appendicitis remedy antlseptlclzes the stomach and bowels and draws oft all impurities. A SINGLE DOSE relieves gas on the stomach, sour stomach, constipation, nausea or heavy feelinff after eating almost AT ONCE. A short treatment often cures an ordinary case of appendicitis. Aspermont Pharmacy li Gibson Bros. Shelf Hardware, Saddlery and Harness. Harness Shop itt 3 or th fater burn TEN*. Produce Wanted! We pay the mgnest market price for Turkeys, Ghickens, Butter and Eggs, Hide...

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

To The Public I have purchased the stock of drugs known as the Star Diug Store and will continue the busi- ness under the same name and management at the same stand. Joe Tanner will have full con- trol of the business which insures fair dealings to al! the trading public. Mr. Tanner is a drug- gist of more than ordinary ability and bv his honest meth- ods and courteous treatment has made a host of friends and to bim I shall intrust the entire management. We shall increase the stock with only the best medicines we can buy and quality not quantity shall be our motto. Our prices shall be commensu- rate with the quality of our goods and conditions of the peo- ple and we shall endeavor to give you fair dealing, reasonable prices and the best drugs to be purchased. We will take special pains with all family receipts or physicians' prescriptions. Phone orders will receive immediate attention. Dr. Carrington has asked me to thank you for your very liberal1 patronage, and we will appreciate ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 November 1911

Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, County, Texas, Friday, November 10, 1911, Vol. 14. No. 15 Old Maids Convention. The Old Maid's Convention at High School Auditorium Friday night was certainly a howling success. They played to a crowded house, and the same must have given the Old Maids inspiration as they all played like old timers on the stage. To give a write-up of all that was said and^-done, would require pages in the Aspermont Star. Each one in their line was an artist and Bailey Bingham liked to have killed his fool self laugh- ing. Mrs. Nat G. Rollins was presi- dent of the Convention and she sure knew bow to handle a con- vention. Miss Matt Johnson was secretary and she covered her self with glory—her curls and spectacles were so becoming... It would have made a stone post laugh to see the delegates march in. They liked to have taken the roof off. The roll call was cheered to the echo, each dele- gate responded when their name was called and said a funnv li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 November 1911

\. 1 J yj u t$ag iP&li regsffii ptM Wm Ml, - -m HOUSE of QUALITY Our Fall and Winter Goods are in and opened up, have the newest and prettiest line oi 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 fit 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 CaH and see what we can show you A. W. Springer &► Son < i V if ir PRICE-CAMPBELL COTTON PICKER Many Witness Succesful Oper- ation of Machine on the Post Farm. m a k i -■ r...nt. in that it will . .if):o for the domestic negro woman now drafted mto the cotton field to "save the - rop." The p.eking machine is oper- ated by .1 thirty horse-power gasoline engine. It will pick an a re ,m h ..tr and tret all the open ! cotton • I be it: u -! >( 1 \x v-! ti<iS !,: t<. One hundred and years ago cotton and .'otters good s w ere practi c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 November 1911

||||^^ ,-•■ P K- m%; . / ra&' { Ki ;^;V'. ^Wn^UR P. WE^IT ,Tho melancholy days have come, th« saddest of the year— The woods are blazing gold and red, the bIvies are Jewel-clear; Each breath you draw sends tingling thrills Orlcap through every vein; You sigh to see the wagon load of pump- kins In the lane. lou weep and wall and shako your head In gloominess profound To think of that thick pumpkin pie, so deep and fat and round! The melancholy days have come—the purple grapes are fat; The sunlight gives them ruby-glints you're very Bad for that. •The sweet potatoes, mellow-hot, give forth their tempting scent; iProm peach preserves upon the stove the savor Is unpent; Oh, sad the days and filled with gloom. when tears come to the eye Because ut last we have to face the Juicy mincemeat pie! The melancholy days have come, bo let us weep and wall- Across the stubble sounds the Jolly piping of the quail; The ducks are quacking In tho marsh, the geese are honking high; The pawpaw mottl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 November 1911

SIS. y ' . -£ ■' ! JL mm BID-BOUND FOR MONTHS. Physician* SUGGESTIONS About five yearB ago I wrote to you that I had been a terrible sufferer from kidney and bladder troubles, and that my physician informed me that my left kidney waa in such condition that there was no hope for my recov- ery. I was advised to try your Swamp- Root as a laat resort, and after taking four fifty-cent size bottles, I passed a f ravel stone which weighed ten grains, afterwards forwarded you this gravel ■tone. Have had no return of any trouble since that time and cannot say too much in favor of your wonderful preparation, Swamp-Boot, which cures, after physicians fail. Very truly yours, P. H. HORNE, Route 3, Box 30. Roseboro, N. C. Personally appeared before me, tlila 81st day of July, 1909, P. H. Home, -who subscribed the above statement and made oath that the same is true In substance and in fact. Jambs M. Hatx, Notary Public. jENTJAUr WHICH ALL WOftlEN SHOULD KNOW. ... Uttmrf ■n Kitaw ■fartM.tM. ll. T. ...

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