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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 17 November 1911

THE ASPERMONT STAR Pubtl h d Every Thursday RICHARD H. McCARTY, Editor Subscription, #1 A Year. Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas. as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One yionth Boost vour town and county or move out. If there is any county in Texas that needs good roads, it is Stone- wall county. Cut your crop half next year Mr. Farmer and put the bears out of business. Build good roads in Stonewall countv and keep up with the procession of progress. Man by nature is a destructive animal—he will take his gun and go forth and for past time, will shoot everything in sight. SARAH MILDRED WILLMER Character Interpretations and Dramatic Masterpieces., It is not too much to say th3t Sarah Mildred Willmer in the quality of her work now ranks in the Lyceum where Sarah Bernhardt ranks in the theatri- cal profession. In her ability to inteipret the master literary productions from the platform she has no superior In temperament, or emotional power, the ability to move an au...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 November 1911

I ' ns nil t aitd ckly 1 in- rotos le is hroat. nui. £dty. i DTI and pain veil- MMO\ loan'* eatUs n the lorse it free. | dress r. .Sloan I ON TO HER w tor*. ionalgi ml itateo. onexctlla# d eonsl(ns4 r to toy oh to tha past Ulna cottoa xcellent con cotton-spin ays able M u on cottm bale shipped nuch hlgnoi .FEVER )SE r DISEASES ltd given on y remedy; BO ill drngglsts uufacturers. INDIANA >ys'sl The aspermont Star Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, November 24, 1911. Vol. 14. No. 18 THE DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION OF A CAVE In Double Mountains and the Finding of y Many Relics of a By-gone Age. The Double Mountains in Stonewall county are a great phenomena. They stick their hoary heads up above the level plains about 1,000 feet. Away back vonder, millions of years ago, when old mother earth was still in her formative period and volcanic eruptions put on many gigantic shows. As yet, vegeta- tion and animal life had put in their appearan...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 November 1911

A Sign of 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- -factury 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. Ewrytning in the Music Line Kmi ar.«i Murnliv Sis. Dallas, Texas The Texas Negro The Texan negro Is primarily a firmer a:ul the race has mnde little progress In commerce. mechanics, icienee ami art. Freedom has carried nrltli It responsibiliti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 November 1911

m f I \ X A CLOTHING We have the Nobbiest lines oi Clothing in Aspermont. They fit like a glove. Our prices are right on this line of clothing Come and let us show you-To see them is to buy them. A. CARROLL THE CASH MAN 8 ) jin open Letter from rev. b. e. whitten To His Brethren In Stonewall County, From a Ten- nessee Town. The generous editor of the Star will let me speak a word through the columns of his paper, since my message is to the peo- ple of the entire county. When I resigned the care of the First Baptist church of As- permont, it was necessary that I close working engagements at the earliest possible moment, hence I left hurriedly in answer to a call from my distinguished friend and brother, Dr. A. J. Holt, editor Baptist Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, where I formed tentative and contingent rela- tions in his office. Much did I regret that I could not have a few words with many of my West Texas friends before leaving, but the urgency of the call would not permit; and then, to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 November 1911

ADVERTISING A DRY GOODS STORE Not long ago we asked one of our business men to increase his space in the Star. Tie said that he didn't have anything that he wanted to push. lie said a little later on he might increase his space. We looked over this stock of goods and his house was full trom cellar to garrett. And we thought to ourself, that store has got worlds of goods that ought to be pushed and sold. If a mer- chant can make a living and some money on the side without a printer's ink prize pole under same, how much could he do, if he would get up and tell the world in box car letters what he has got in the way of bargains. This is the age of great things, a man gets up in the morning a pamper and goes to ' million- aire. Capital and ; ts to-\ gether and organi .. million dollar corporation and invest five hundred thousand dollars in printer's ink and the other half in merchandise and they go out into the marts of trade and buy and sell and in less than five years the infant becom...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 November 1911

vWfc mr*" ie or me plains Randall Papdish- ... utHouOr My LAPVOr Tht Sjuth: WHtM V/IL0ERME55 WAS KlNO, ETC.CTC ILLUSTRATIONS Br DeARWBN HcLVI^Lj^ McClurg (Copyright. Co.. UlO> SYNOPSIS. I ~77T Jack Keith, a Virginian, now a bor- der plainsman, Is riding along the Santa Fe trail on the lookout for roaming war parties of savages. He notices a camp Bre at a distance and then sees a team attached to a wagon and at full gallop pursued by men on ponies. When Keith reaches the wagon the raiders have mass- acred two men and departed. He searches the victlmB finding papers and a locket with a woman's portrait. He resolves to hunt down the murderers. Keith Is ar- rested at Carson City, charged with the Surder. his accuser being a ruffian named lack Bart. He goes to Jail fully realiz- ing the peril of wlft border Justice. A companion In his cell Is a negro, who tells him he Is Neb and that he knew the Keith family back In Virginia. Neb says One of the murdered men was John Blbley, the other...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 November 1911

THE ASPERMONT STAR RICHARdT licCABTY, Editor. ASPERMONT. tJmbrellas have a way of findim n«w owners these day a. /Chins Mem* to be doing a thorough fob of awakening this time. This la the season when the ave. age Janitor la an ardent coal conserve ttontat .' .... h ...... -. , _— New York Is to spend $30,000,00* ton education next year. It needs even .OMt er it. Neither electric currents nor one\ neighbor's chickens should be allowed to roam at large. — fppt? g .y,. RECIPES. OF ANCIENT TIMES I TEXAS WOMAN CURED BOY OF ECZEMA Eczema Caused tlrely C Abscesses Now ired by Resinot. Olrla look as though they woulc have to grow a lot in order to fit their new tangled baggy overcoats. Meanwhile other shaky dams hold- ing back water that might destroy towns should be braced up. An amateur has no business trying to fly. Let him hang his hat on s hangar, but don't go near the aero. Edison Is under the Are of the Ger- mans because he says they drink toe much beer. He might Invent a substi- tut...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 November 1911

M jatsSm*-*^ 'oik; pSS NS, i ( >y JACQUES fUTRHXE DLIUSTRAIIONS by M.G.Ksrltr^ii- COPYRIGHT 19O0 fry THE ASSOCIATED SUNDAY MAGAZIHE3 COPYRIOrfT 19O0 .to. THE B0BB3 - MERklLL COMPANy 8YNOP8I8. Count dl Roalnl, the Italian ambas- sador, la at dinner with dtplomata when f. messenger summons him to the em- bassy, whire a beautiful young woman *aks for a ticket to the embassy ball. The ticket la made out In the name of Mlas Isabel Thome, Chief Campbell of the secret service, and Mr. Grimm, hla head detective, are warned that a plot Is brewing in Washington, and Grimm goes to the state ball for Information. His at- tention la called to Mlas Isabel Thome, who with her companion, disappears. A Shot Is heard and Senor Alvarez of the (oxlcan legation, la found wounded. Grimm Is assured Miss Thorno did it; ho visits her, demanding knowledge of the . affair, ana arrests Pletro Petrozlnnl. Miss Thorne visits an old bomb-maker and they discuss a wonderful experiment. Fifty thousand dollars la ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 November 1911

t w 5?®$®!v mm '1 THE ASPERMONT STAR RICHARD A. IWcCABTY, Editor. ASPERMONT. TEXAS BIROS AND THEIR ENEMIES. A recent report or tbe United States bureau ot entomology constitutes one of , the strongest arguments imagina- ble upon the absolute economic folly o| exterminating America's bird life. This country, says a bureau expert, suffers each year through insects a Joss aggregating $1,200,000,000; ro- dents cost us $200,000,000; weeds more than $400,000,000. These are staggering figures, indeed. They need not be minutely aocurate to point a moral as obvious as it is important. Every thinking person knows they are near enough the truth to make the warning significant. In nature's fine balance of living agencies the birds found their largest utility In keeping the insect pests of mankind In subjection. Not all birds eat in- sects, but most do. Others destroy rodents, and many eat the aeecls ot weeds. It was a fine scheme ot econ- omy nature had. Man in his cruel blindness has upset the...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 November 1911

y Hear ■II Wer* All* red. utarrh," write# a, Kanaai. "I idicines, giving sw worn until e or «me(l. 1 eapair, but cob- aparilla. Aftaj hl« medloina I bad any return sta radical and It. liquid form ef 40. 46-1911.. OR OK, mum as. PC? laxative. ninc wav without re in any of well! o get na CO. V \l S' S3, *8.60 or tlvely outwear try boys' ihoM Exclusively. , discour- womanly i pleasure id live in irience of piness by etter from iptoms of CC 74 i my left no relief, as helped ; women." ting tonic, cases of* 50 years, he trouble in a sim-. O kTJ g § M * * Profit Sharing! Sale Our Great Profit Sharing Sale Begins Dec. And Closes Dec. 23 Strictly Cash over counter, no casn, no goods M This is only a few of the many Bargains we offer at Grer4'? Reduced Prices | J. A: C ARROLL, The Cash Man ^ X XT'T XT T T'TiT<T'T'T' Ti Ti^lY«ToTYoY''Y'>T<i?i Ti>T..ToToTBT^. * ft @ * Dress Goods / $1.00 Serge, now 87c 1.25 Serge, now 99c .65 Fancy Serge, now 44c .65 Cecillian, now 44c .35 Poplins, ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 November 1911

1 I lAttuC vjrvjfvjrvkrJ ANTACLAUo As usual we will be Headquarters for everything^ in the HOLIDAY LINE Realizing that times are hard we bought such goods adopted to the times Dolls The prettiest and best line ever shown. AM the little folks must have one, so come and see our line before you buy. All sizes and prices. See our Do'i Car- riages and beds also. Novelties All the latest designs in Novel- ties, shell goods, perfume sets, glove and handkerchief boxes, manicure sets, box papers, sew- ing boxes, toilet sets, music rolls, jewel boxes, and other things too numerous to mention Don't forget to look through our stock This Beautiful Doll will be given away to some little <*irl. See particulars next week Toys Are something all the children want, and we have them in great variety from 5c up. See our line of mechanical toys. A nice line of games for old and young. Vases, Etc. The nobbiest line of Vases ever brought to Aspermont. To see them means to buy them. All kinds of mugs, cu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 November 1911

Ml noon, Historv lysics, Solid ind American >on, Phychol- Plane Trigo- ing. loon. Texas *y, Spelling, >n, Methods, tory, Geogra- jnoon, Arith- Physical Ge- eometry; Af~ ernmeof, Al- itory, Com po- rt of examiners >ers for appli- rtificates, but applicants. to- sports on the must be for- e Department Austin on the st clay of the each person initiation must finning for a for a county at the county rs shall grade • county second In order to :ate of higher ust first get a ie certificate, iy take the ex- or more sub- amination for tificate. The lot attempt to ijects at one ex- n building, it >r him to take n only two or a given time, ter work and les. iy yours, M. Bralley, perintendent. fy i | McCORD REALTY & ABSTRACT f £ COMPANY I g Loan Money 1 Make Abstracts U Write Fire Insurance Do Notary Work 1 See Them * * ► £ < * ► * ► & ^ * ► *. ► * > * * m * & m * * * ® * * * « * * * « * S * « W. A. McLaury Pure Drugs Gibson Bros. Shelf Hardware, Saddlery and Harne...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 November 1911

A Sign of the Times Air navigation is on the way, the pc >les 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 Hamiltom Piano Here a name of highest standing i n piano manu- factory vouches for the slow, sound ce^nstruction which determines whether 01* not a piano will justify the price- Flawless materials, finished' skill, the close supervision of detail of a great factor instrument. Musically the Hamilton is deligh rare staying-in-tune quality it remains foreign countries year after year. O friends are legion. y compose this tful. Due to a in demand for n home soil its THE Will A. Watkin Co. Everytning in the Music Line Kim and Murplvv Sts. Dallas, Texas Livery,Feed AND SALES STABLE TEXAS LEADS IN GOOD ROAD MOVEMENT Secretarv of Agriculture Wil- son recently made the statement that nearly $44,000,000 had al- read...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 November 1911

ds ii N. G. ROLLI i 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. Our Stock of Fall & Winter Goods is Complete mm And we can sell you anything you wear, eat or us< BEAUTIFY YOUR HOMES. A beautiful pictu each $5.00 Cash Purchase N. O. ROLLINS e given with The Progressive Merchant Asperrnont, Texas LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS ★. "You know hit." 'C. Fletcher was in town Satur >day. Sam Gardner was in town this -week. Mart D...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 November 1911

W. / AT HIGH NOON i Just turee more issues of the Star before the Great Contest Gloses Remember the Date and the hour, December 23rd at High noon. Keep in mind about the hour. No vote can be cast after 12 o'clock on that date / Hustle Now For Votes CALL FOR COUPONS With Cash Purchases the Me/chants will you 25 votes for 25c cash purchases, 100 for $1.00 / - V,' . Remember the one that gets the most Votes ( Gets the Piano Absolute Fairness No one will have a "pull" in this Contest. It will just simply take votes to win the prize. Go and see your friends and neighbors and write to your kintylks and get subscriptions to the Star Remember that we give 5,000 Votes with every Sub- scription of $1.00 to the Star, and for every Si hack dues V SMftwHWlMw ? •': > - cm I s COI FIRfi Dried Tr !> r-*-~ ' kttr Vei /to (e teget OUBtO clea !No g jTlie .1 cook< bring i Fr« iaive to ba orate ably Th< to cc Arete you \ ipiy t large be m japei the t of ne four 'ber 1 tight that lull, must f...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 November 1911

:■% ?y*,i :,/;;:## ^i¥?>;i SHMUBaMM' Mill Jpl$lfp5 ,''?t4ki == '-ft':. COOKING DRIED FBllll FIR£LES3 METHOD MAKE8 IT A8 I GOOD AS PRESERVES. .'J: ;"'i- ■.:■■: " ''*V , .■ j <• ' ! ,.,> Dried and Canned Vegetable* May 8< . Treated In the Same Way With ^ tho Moat Satlafactory I"""" ' Reaulte. . M I " ■ Wtt!"!'^:.. #i w- Very few women really know how /to (et the beat out of dried fruit and vegetables. They have become ac- customed to thinking that these arti- cles of food are at best unpalatable. !No greater mistake could be made. :Tbe truth Is that they are not usually cooked long enough or slow enough to bring out the flavor. j Frea''. fruit just now Is so expen- sive that most families cannot afford ito have much of iU Dried and evap- orated fruits may be obtained reason- ably at all seasons. The flreless method is the beat way to cook them. You need not buy a -flreless cooker for the purpose unless you wish to. Make one yourself. Sim- ip!y get a small dry goods box, or...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 24 November 1911

© mMmTrMw sp| V 1 B&ke™lSf &'■ Wi g£, >gSs£T Iflll i "; Vi''"1" 0ANOIROU* VARIETY. JUST BEFORE THE TROUBU I MGS OF LABOR GIVES ITS APPROVAL Powerful American Federation Cordi- ally Joins In Fight Against Spread of Tubersuloala. Direct approval of the campaign tor the sale ot Red Cross seals has been glvou by the American Federation of Labor, aocordlng to an announcement by the National Association tor the Study and Prevention of Tuberculo- sis. At the last annual convention of the American Federation of tabor a resolution was adopted calling on all the members of the Federation to further the sale as much as possible. The resolution reads as follows: "Whereas, The American Federa- tion of Labor has in every possible way aided the movement for the study and prevention of tuberculosis throughout the United States and Canada; and, "Whereas, the American National .Red Crops has been In the past and is now making an especial effort, through the sale of Red Cross Christ- mas se...

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

:> >t only !8t and r Chills \ most c in all i. -akid- :omach Ionic, sansing just try IE proves, ria, Chill* lueues I kid. wh vggUta O# CO., 1. TTON TO >NER exaa n factors. on conslgnmant ilted States. i sro unexcelled. •otton consigns* ,ud terms. refer to any ons hem In the past. handling cotton, sir excellent eon- f the cotton-spin- always able to prices on oottoa ery bale shipped rery much higher tCROPS E FAMOUS I FERTILIZER of land, compare !> the yield from will flifver again andt of fertllixer. orandum Book. FERTILIZER CO. so*. Louisiana or imobile businew i Wo have th« b or South with icceasfpl gradu* . AddresaNew 4ijwlilwiw nvvanit Va«n er Information la >D«t«BtHw —rrttm 1 be srntnpon p- •mp for postage. NO. 50-1 >11. H sctory for isr NEMCAN QUEERS •aydlesk UT.NrtWi %Tmt Sturges lpany I "Hi. • and Orfuw ton Wm9k tmmm mm mm 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 on...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 1 December 1911

■- Sifif ...... ■■■«,. or For Farm Pasture Land Stonewall < .ounty Loan Mone Ma liSeeTli M Sellth< the ma ALSO_ a full li ters to< Saddle Harness. This Land is Situated in Loving County, Texas, all in one body. Due the State, $2.90. This Land is Classed as Agricultural Land. 80 Per Cent Farm Land. Every Foot Good Grass Land For Further Information Address rodi We paj Turkeys, < CITY MEA1 Mat •—s|- Full line watches , anything to be fo REPA Aspermont CITY N v\ Agents HASKE every Tuesday, not •old under any other name. warranted for . Ifyoa p*urch*ie Uie WBtt h v« life Met atthepric* not luiv* *n «ndl«u cbaln < tAMWlag* VaflipsHWIimn 4*4>. *r\ <+ ; ■>/

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 1 December 1911

M x McCORD REALTY & ABSTRACT " *4 % M i $ > i Loan Money Make Abstracts Write Fire Insurance Do Notary Work See Them Sell the Moon Bros. Bujgy, the best on the market the money. ALSO 1 a full line of Shelf Hardware, Carpen- ters tools, Cutlery, Enamelware, etc. Saddle Harness, all kinds of strap goods Harness Snop in Connection roduce Wanted! We pay the nignest market price for Turkeys, GMckens, Butter and Eggs, Hides and Skins CITY MEAT MARKET. F- "ALBY, prop MattOSBORN —JEWELER £■=-•• 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 \ ■ J A Agents HASKELL Steam Laundry* Basket leaves every Tuesday, Returns Friday. NEWMAN PAYNE, Prop. WORK FIRST-CLASS Hot*an<^Cold Baths THE 8EWINC MACHINE - OF QUALITY. not •old under any other name. Warranted for all tike. . If joupuretmpw the NEW HOME ym will not havean endless chain of repair*...

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