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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 November 1911

18. ' v^r *-4* 'f®i '^wp* ilclan* McCORD REALTY & ABSTRACT COMPANY Loan Money Make Abstracts 4 Write Fire Insurance Do Notary Work See Them ************* NO SIR, CAN'T GET APPENDICITIS For Sale By I Eat All I Want to Now. No Mora Gas on the Stomach or Sour Stomach No More Heavy Feeling After Meals or Constipation. No matter what you've tried without getting relief JUST TRY simple buck- thorn bark, glycerine, etc., as compounded in .ADLEIR-l—KA! You wit! be surprised at the QUICK results and you will be guarded against appendicitis. The VERY 1FIRST DOSE will help you find a short treatment with ADLER-J-KA will make you feel better than you have for years. This new German appendicitis remedy nntisepticizes the stomach and bowels and draws off all iimpurities. A SINGI.E TlOS'E relieves gns 011 the stomach, sour stomach, constipation, nausea or heavv feeling after outing almost AT ONCE. A short treatment otteu cures an ordinary case of uppomlioitiH. * ************ ************** Asp...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 November 1911

Y* ■■!i The First Great Opening Sale of 1911 10,0000 Bargains Don't Forget the Date Nov. 13 Dec. 1 Dry O^ods, Notions, Hats, Boots and Shoes Overcoats, Mens and Boys Pants, Underwear and wool shirts Enough to Supply Everybody Our only excuse and our only Salvation is to exchange this enormous Stock of Merchandise for Money. Come, price our goods and be convinced Remember This GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE covers every- thing we carry in the DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT ONLY Experiment Proves Facts Don't you think that you had better find out about the many advantages in Styles, Quality, Service and Prices offered exclusively at this Store. Next time you buy a Shoe try us. Come arid see the bargains obertson & Son ■ i ; I T Richard United Ra( Did yo the Atlar modern s you have est even steam er and wir made a n big ocea been in a missed a life. It i misfortm sea. It i too. W e United I arm arou the wav< deck abo Lke it wa grave an; low feels death in of us thir how we and at States pi and we w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 November 1911

N. G. ROLLINS We want to put one of these fine Reed Rockers in 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. They are strongly made, supported by well seasoned wood and finished in the finest Japanese Shellac. Here is the Offer With every $25 worth of goods you buy FOR CASH, whether bought at once, or at different times, we give you one of these Rocking Chairs for $1.50 and if your CASH purchases amount to $50 during a period of 12 months, we will refund the $1.50 you have paid, thus giving you the Rocker ABSOLUTELY FREE. m m Our Stock of Fall & Winter Coods is Complete And we can sell you anything you wear, eat or use BEAUTIFY YOUR HOMES. A beautiful picture given with each $5.00 Cash Purchase N. C. ROLLINS The Progressive Merchant Aspermont, Texas LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS "You know hit." Have you killed your prairie •dogs? John Jones was in town this week. ■Guns and ammunition at ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 November 1911

A.B. 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 in 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. Everytning }n the Music Line Kiln anil Murphy St.s. Dallas, Texas Livery,Feed AND SALES STABLE W. B. BINGHAM Propri...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 November 1911

v.- -m I m V j &':-.. dinner party i replied thai ould make a iliticians who i a great city, ssions of the jr. We need <#&{■ r^v. v i ^ ! rs. Tstand that id that it is than that he a plow than : statesman- ould govern, >TEL clean beds GENT !e Latost Mode! tere are making nnrovo of your thvut a tint Jepant I TRIAL, (luring: ' test yon wlsli. sh to keep tho I bt out one tent. 3 bicycles It is all prolit nliiwci profits by bu.v- ee belilnil your )H1 anyone lit aitf lhOUrd Of factory •4'uutlful catnlr.jfuo idi'lMat thn irondcr- lt ratio bicycles fop above factory tviwt. double our pricoji. Imt uoually hnvo promptly at prh.tus parts, repairs and STABS'®! 4m strip "H" cutting. Thio ■LUM'S 9 uhlpried sanw cent until you *nd roLL C H Hie tin* m y Im i perfectly mllnlit.) Imt thcr win rl.l i «• t m i>ri" . roftlcr. We want •trorftalfrttinm <MM Inirodurtorr lu all inaluo nil Icretoariktwtr of TO wo *r muktox. 10, ILL. :# JACQUES fUTRELLE ilngi to the state ball for sh spea...

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

ffv, sip H A ' " g I ^apfegg OS'. • ■&. w®K0f m saw*rnmm rnmmmm THE ASPERMONT STAR RICHARD A. HlcCARTY, Editor. ASPKRMONT, TEXAS Men have tholr hobble* and woman tttlr hobble#. The amateur aviator la having a tough time of It The more the aviators fly the leas the common mortals want to. In the eating of mushrooms nowa- days It is best to let George do It A Des Moines (Iowa) family claims to have a perfect baby. That's what they all say. Oh, well, Turkey always gets it In the neck along about this time of the year, anyhow. The man who hasn't some sort of hobby Is apt to have some sort of bad habit that Is worse. Many a man frowns on the rooting of the rah rah boy and then goes to a baseball game and yells like a maniac. The undertaker treads close on the heels of aviators who take delight In the performance of circus stunts. Massachusetts man fell In love with a girl in an aeroplane, but a good many men fall in love with high flyers. Aetna's lava has already caused a loss estima...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 November 1911

OX<i>X«X< X X«XOX4 X XOXOXOX«XOX0XriIX«X< XO t I \ 11 I J ■m ( Battle of Mars Is Still On < 3 * * K * * * * * ft ft ft * ft ft ft 8 Owing to the low price of Cotton we are going to sell Goods Accordingly Our Bargain Counter Is Still on Tap and is the greatest money saver to the people that has been innaugurated in Aspermont in many a day. Our dry goods buyer has just returned from market, our trade being so heavy our stock of Dry Goods was broken before the season really commenced. While in the market our buyer picked up some real bargains, and now we are going to give our customers the benefit of it With Us There is Nothing too Good for our Customers We study their wants and buy goods accordingly. As we said before, cotton is cheap and goods at J. A. Carroll's will be cheap, but understand that we do not sacrafice quality for price. As we have said before, we are the only cash house in town. Buy for cash, sell for cash. When yon buy goods at our Store you don't have ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 10 November 1911

THE ASPERMONT STAR l^ubllshad Evary Thursday R1CHAR&H. McCARTY, Editor Subscription, *1 A Year, Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month The gospel of diversification will save the farmers ol' Texas. The farmers could rule world if tbey stand together. the The farmer that raises 8 and 9 cent cotton, if he will keep it up will go broke. Mr farmer are you going to plant hogs and mule colts next year, or will it be a big cotton crop. If the doggone cotton farmer would cut his crop half in two next year, they would get 20c a pound for the 1912 crop. If the cotton planters of the South would just organize and curtail the cotton crop next year about half, fortune would he theirs. Diversification and good roads will be our text the coming year —if you don't want hear our preaching, better stop the Star. Get you some shoats, a couple of good milch cows, trade your mules or geldings off for mares, plant a big feed crop next year—...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 November 1911

y< r«- I m W # f I (H fif IP if -i, v . ^ Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, November 16, 1911. Vol. 14. No. IT United State's Battle Ship's Race With a Whale in Mid Ocean. Did you ever ride the waves of the Atlantic or Pacific ocean in a modern sea going vessel? If not, you have missed one of the great- est events of your life. The steam engine, the ocean cable and wireless telegraphy have made a mere fishing pond of the big ocean. If you have never been in a storm at sea, you have missed another great event in life. It has been our fortune or misfortune, to be in a storm at sea. It is funny and it is scarry too. We stood on the deck of a United States pilot, with our arm around the mast pole, with the waves running across the deck about knee deep. It looked Lke it was going to be a watery grave anyhow. You know a fel- low feels strange when he looks death in the face. The bravest of us think about God. But any how we looked up a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 November 1911

Jj I A gp s HOUSE of QUALITY % Our Fall and Winter Goods are in and opened up, have the newest and prettiest line of 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 iit 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 7' THE SIGN OF THE CROSS By WILSON BARRETT Miss Willmer's own original dramatization of this great Chris- tian play has been pronounced by dramatic critics to be the nearest approach to the author's personal interpretation ever produced. At the High School Auditor- ium Monday night Nov. •_'<). Good roads enhance the value of all adjacent property, both personal and real, and increase the*value of men and animals. Patronage of home industries acts as a boomerang. As the wealth of home industry in- creases. so increases...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 November 1911

f ) I 'yii McCORD REALTY & ABSTRACT COMPANY Loan Money Make Abstracts Write Fire insurance Do Notary Work See Them * * * *■ * * * * * 8a * * * * *■ * * NO SIR, I CAN'T GET APPENDICITIS k For * * | Sale £ * * n * Ry i * * © * * Aspermont I Pharmacy I I Eat All I Want to Now. No Mors Gas on the Stomach or Sour Stomach. No More Hsavy Feeling After Meals or Constipation. No matter what you've tried without Betting relief JUST TRY simple buck- thorn bark, glyceririe, etc.. as compounded in ADLER-I-KA! You will be surprised ■at the QUICK results and you will be •guarded against appendicitis. The VERY •KlllST DOSE will help you and a short treatment with ADLER-I-KA will make you feel better than you have for years. Thia new German appendicitis remedy antisepticizes the stomach and bowels and draws off all Impurities. A SINGI<B DOSE relieves gas on the stomach, sour stomach, constipation, nausea or heavy feeling after eating almost AT ONCE. A short treatment often cures an ordinary c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 November 1911

ill son I and i passe enroi The First Great Opening Sale of 1911 Bargains Don't Forget the Date Nov. 13 Dec. 1 Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Boots and Shoes Overcoats, Mens and Boys Pants, Underwear and wool shirts Enough to Supply Everybody Peacoe Our only excuse and our only Salvation i$ to exchange this enormous Stock of Merchandise for Money. Come, price our goods and be convinced Remember This GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE covers every- thing we carry in the DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT ONLY Experiment Proves Facts Don't you think that you had better find out about the many advantages in Styles, Quality, Service and Prices offered exclusively at this Store. Next time you buy a Shoe try us. Come and see the bargains Robetson & Son from the C Mr ren Tues S. from tha C Re; It's fi W. Swen Maso Mi! readt at th< Monc Tfa Aspe the ci votes Mi: clerk & Coi su bsc KA ) Mis ley ai and Magg Cato! «► * J. C. still co ting al hoped on the we wil usual!} Mr. pleasai Wedm candid Star pi «ubact Miss to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 November 1911

Guns and ammunition at Gib son Bros. Charley Gibson and his father and mother came in from Grah am Sunday. Miss Veltna /Sant came up from Stamford Sunday to spend the day with her parents. R. T. Green of Swenson passed passed through the city Sunday enroute to Stamford. J. W. Freeman was down from Swenson Saturday to attend the Corner Stone Laying. Mrs. J. W. Kennedy and child- ren came down from Jay ton Tuesday to see home folks. S. D. McEachern was down from Jay ton Saturday to attend tha Corner Stone Laying-. Read our page ad this week. It's full of store news. J. A. Carroll. W. E. Green came down from Swenson Saturday to attend the Masonic Corner Stone Laying. Miss Willmer, the celebrated reader will hold down the boards at the Publtc School Auditorium Monday night Nov. 20th. That beautiful bracelet at the Aspermont Pharmacy will go to the candidate that gets the most votes in the month of November. Miss Cinnie Stayton, chief clerk for the firm of J. B. Smith & Company of Pe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 November 1911

HOW MINTS FROM WOMAN KNOWING HOUSEWIFE'S TROUBLES. Marty Uttle Trick* Which Save Much Work—Easy Way to Wash Oil* cloth* and Linoleums— Th* "Real Day." Save your strength by sitting while preparing the vegetables, etc. An old piano stool which can be adjusted to ithe right height 1* far better than a kitchen chair, and can slide under the table when not In use. I discovered that the glass bottle stopper which obstinately refused to be loosened yielded very readily when 1 held the neck, of the bottle over the flames of a candle (or match) and turned it until it was evenly heated. Save all the oil paper that comes in your candy boxes and use them in the cake pans. In connection with this, if pans are thick, sprinkle the bottom with flour to prevent burning. I have discovered a way to wash oilcloths and linoleums without the tiresome wringing out of a mop. Over an old broom I place a bag with a shir string at top. It Is easily re- jnoved and sudsed. By keeping one or two dry bags for wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 November 1911

mm j#r ■ '*"v Ordinary Mattresses Breed Disease If you knew some of the materials used in making ordinary mattresses— , You wouldn't let your dog sleep on them—much less sleep on them your- •ell. Mili.'Waste—shoddy—cheap grades of Cotton—and foul ltnters from the cotton—veritable disease breeders — go into ordinary mattresses. In my mattresses only the highest grade of clean, new, unused materials arc used. And alt Burnett Mattresses art tterilixtd. (art ftm Jaw drop is deep the minun jr® IMr toucoo* my fn*ute* c«. See lh«m at your dealer's. Ttai'a att ! want you to do* Don't take my word a!otwt~~*ee my mattreeaes nc\U Priced f«om $2.50 10 $20* Send for Free Book An4 fctcsf lit «f>out the unitary «>r I tuk* •fgwww. Writ* today. Tom B. Burnett Dallas, Texas * (sr-sf > - ARE YOU FREE -FROM— Cokk, Indigestion, Paint. Constipation, Sour Stomach, Dizziness? If you are not, the most effective, prompt and pleasant BBedbod of getting rid of them is to I«Ie* now and then, a desertsp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 November 1911

m mm m Wi Wi'&rbMjffis ®pH 'M-. m mmmi JACQUES FUTRfLLE ILLUSTRATIONS by M,G.Ksztt v*:r- COPYRIGHT 1908 THE ASSOCIATED- SUNDAY MAGA2IHE3 COPYRIGHT 1909 by THE DQBB3 - MBRfclLL COMPANy tfTNOPtlS. Count 41 Aoajnl, the Italian ambas- sador, to at dinner with diplomats In the national capital when a messenger Srlngs a not* directing him to come to wis embassy at once. Here a beautiful toung woman asks that she bo given ticket to tha embassy ball. The tick- It Is made out In the name of Miss Is- abel Thome. Chief Campbell of the gret service, and Mr. Grimm, his head ectlve. are warned that a plot of the tin races against the English speak- ing races Is brewing In Washington, and Grimm goes to the state ball for Information. In a conservatory his at- tention to called to Miss Isabel Thome, who with her companion, soon dlsap- faara. A revolver shot Is heard and fimpbell and Grimm hasten down the fall to find that Senor Alvarez of the Mexican legation, has been shot. A wo- Ran it, and G...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 November 1911

THE ASPERMONT S B? ASPERMOHT. 14ike DttaQr, erewsfeet 4 FiSiiiiiiti: Agrkaltarat Mb ; glpSi __ 8WH On* •or* way to gat warm weeth*r; ■tart your lumtct fir* now. f Why doesn't Doc Wll«y devise (way to hav« all toadstool* labeled! (Keating picture* from French gal llerie* **em* to be easier than work- 'la*.-.; A doctor say* that large hat* aw Injurious. go «n big haads, for thai 'Batter. Another war cloud lootnat Uncl« '6am l* threatening to annihilate th« ■qulrrel*. x j On* aviator landed on a barb wire fence, hut he didn't do It as grace tully a* a bird. How easy it Is to exaggerate. You often hear people say that they were "tickled to death." Burglars and robbers seem to be cultivating artistic Ideals. They nev- er steal a poor picture. A Kansas City Judge has decided that a woman has tbe right to scold fcer husband. O wise Judge! Sixty-three aviators have been kill- ed this year, and there are still a few weeks of good llylng weather left Thomas A. Edison says that Ameri- cans sle...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 November 1911

I "V mm U I if 1 ; -"|a, i % m f .1 ■vf I Si x \ N. G. ROLLINS We want to put one of these fine Reed Rockers in 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. They are strongly made, supported by well seasoned wood and finished in the finest Japanese Shellac. Here is the Offer With every $25 worth of goods you buy FOR CASH, whether bought at once, or at different times, we give you one of these Rocking Chairs for $1.50 and if your CASK purchases amount to $50 during a period of 12 months, we will refund the $1.50 you have paid, thus giving you the Rocker ABSOLUTELY FREE. m m m Our Stock of Fall & Winter Goods is Complete And we can sell you anything you wear, eat or use BEAUTIFY YOUR HOMES. A beautiful picture given with each $5.00 Cash Purchase N. G. ROLLINS The Progressive Merchant Aspermont, Texas \ LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS * "You know hit." Joel Durham was in town Sat- urday. W. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 November 1911

A V A Sign of the Times Air navigation is on the way, the poles are flying flags—yet another "facer" remains— When all pianos look alike to most people how is one to know what make to buy. First-hand information and unequivocal satisfac- tion are guaranteed to purchasers of the Hamilton Piano / Here a name of highest standing in piano manu- f^tury vouches for the slow, sound censtruction which determines whether or not a piano will justify the price- Flawless materials, finished skill, the close supervision of detail of a great factory compose this instrument. Musically the Hamilton is delightful. Due to a rare staying-in-tune quality it remains in demand for foreign countries year after year. On home soil its friends are legion. THE Will A. Watkin Co. Everytning in the Music Line K!m uiiiI Mnrphv Sts. Dallas, Texas HISTORY WILL REPEAT ITSELF Real Value of the West Will Not be Known to Some People Until Too Late. Livery,Feed AND SALES STABLE W. B. BINGHAM Proprietor Good, Serviceabl...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 November 1911

anx th« por- .stic )f a 'ory men irld ami >ree duct 'exat m beds IT Model akliig your dtpoilt luring wish, ip tlio ■ml. i it U a'Kivo ' luiy- I .vour lit. anj factory fftlnruo I'Dtnlfi" i'it'8 for ry rant, prltiw. Iv Imvo t pri-.;tu 8 i 2«S* I "M" This other C and i «&m« II you .CAWM n>«jr h* reU l>l vltl ridti liriw, Vo W*Uv f«thnm wctvry and P* r flf making. LL. I I f a i I f§ f m The Battle of Dollars Is Still On * * * * * * * * * * * * * * K i Owing to the low price of Cotton we are going to sell Goods Accordingly Our Bargain Counter Is on Tap and is the greatest money saver to the people that has been innaugurated in Aspermont in many a day. Our dry goods buyer has just returned from market, our trade being so heavy our stock of Dry Goods was broken before the season really commenced. While in the market our buyer picked up some real bargains, and now we are going to give our customers the benefit of it With Us There is Nothing too Good for our Customers We study t...

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