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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 November 1912

The Texas Cotton Palace BIGGER AND BETTÉR Waco Nov. 2 to lTth. Extra low rates frow all Texas points November 1st to ltth. Limited to November 18th. Call On nearest Ticket Agent for special low rates. Arrange to meet 'your friends on "THE WAR-PATH" WACO TEXAS, NOVEMBER 2nd to 17th. ASK FOR YOUR TICKET TO READ VIA TEXAS CENTRAL THE CONVENIENT WAY Trains Arrive 7:05 a m At Waco 3:30 p m Trains returning 10:30 p m. Leave Waco 8:30 a m. W. E. SEIFER, G. P. A., WACO, TEXAS. Tuesday's County Election. The county eldction in Stone- wall County was a verv tame af- fair. Vote was very light all ov- er the county. All the county o&cers on thetjDemocrtic ticket were electedjby a large majori- ty. At Aspermont there was a total vote of 141. The Socialist recieved 15 votes. Swenson total vote 48, Democratic 33, Socialist 11. Progessive 1. Republican 3 At Vallev View there was 19 votes cost, at Salt Creek there was 23 votes cast and at this box all the Democratic countv offi- cers were electe...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 November 1912

y ✓ The AsperNiont St Richafd H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, Nov. 14th, 1912 VoL 15. Picked 295 Pounds of Cotton j Bob Avérv who is not quite 10 yesrs old, picked one day last week 295 pounds of cotton. Bob did this between suns too. His father said that Bob wanted to pick the other 5 pounds but he would not let him. Sam Gardner came in Satur- day and renewed his subscription to the Star. Sam says that he sold his entire qotton crop last Friday at Swe^son for 12 1-2 cents. This cotton brought him $1,050. We call that pi etty good for a dry vear. But we want to say that Sam Gardner is one of the best farmers in Stonewall county. Claude Pate of Haskell is now folding down the job in the mechanical department of the Star. Claude has grown up in a print-shop, from "devil" to compositor. lie is familiar with the smell of printer's ink, can play "yankee doodle'* with a shoot in' stick, find the type lice and kicks the "hell-box" around like ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 November 1912

ií*fíwW.V.*-V.V: orí that Can * When í I Buying i I Baking I I Powder | jf For this is the § (baking powder ■ that "makes the * I baking better." ■ I It leavens the Í I iood evenly | ■ throughout; pans m Z it op to airy light- ■ I ness, makes it de-1 ■ lightfully appetit- a | ing and wholesome. 1 Í Remember, Cain- Z I met is moderate in I ■ price—highest in ■ m quality. m > Ask yonr grocer for 5 Calumet. Don"t take a ■ f substitute. £ • MCeiViD HIOHEST AWARDS ■ «•rid • Pura Foot Exposition. ■ Chicas IIMnate. Parla Expositiva I You don't saee money ichen you buy cheap or big-can baking powder. Don't be misled. Buy Calumet. It's more economical—more wholesome—gives beet remits. Calumet is far superior to eoutmilk and soda. PROGRAM STONEWALL CO. TEACHERS INSTITUTE To be Held in Aspermont, December 16th to 20th, 1912 for made by the TRuS- m BAKING j 9 a. m. Devotional exercises. 9:15 a. m.) Address of welcome J. C. Link, Response R. J. King. 9:30 a. m. Organization and enrollment. 10...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 November 1912

mm MY. Fall and Winter Stock IS NOW COMPLETE All the new styles modes, patterns and materials in Dress (ioods and Millinery are now in. Do not wait till later but come now and get the choice ATTENTION! I will close my books on the 15th of Sept All goods are CASH after that dafe. I want to clean my stock and in order to do so make low prices BELOW ARE SOME OF THE REDUCTIONS The best Flour $2.75 per 100 pounds White Cloud or Jewel Compound 95c per pail Sugar $6.00 per 100 pounds. THESE PRICESARE STRICTLY CASH Calico 5c per yard. L L Sheeting 7 l-2c yard 6 spools cotton for 25c Men and boys Novelty Hats Worth $3.50 and $3.00 for $2.00 Mens Shirts woj-ttv£l.QP Jm 40c COME AND LET US SHOW YOU SOMEOETHE BARGAINS - - — The Merchant —HBBgBBggBS m THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday RTCHARD H. McCARTY, - Editor Subscription $1.00 A Year Entered at the Postoffice at Aspermont Texas, as second.class mail matter Four Issues One Month The democratic victory was complete. The world bows t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 November 1912

V Tí:is ReuiiHgton Cub can look through (he barrel and see thai it is clean. All the advantages of the big game arm with none of its discern forts or annoyances— The recoil does the work of reloading and ejecting instead of pounding your shoulder. Five shots just pull and release the trigger. Your action stays open and warns you when it's time to shove in s fresh clip. You can never get in a tight place—the gun never CiG^s. Each shot strikes a one ton blow. Simple action—simple take-down. Send for a motion picture booklet explaining the Remington- UMC Autoloading Rifle's big points. Remington- UMC Metallic Cartridges -~bine the highest velocity with the greatest shooting accuracv. Made in all calibres for every standard firearm. When Remington-UMC cartridges are used, the arm is guaranteed to the full extent of the manufacturer's guarantee. Remington- UMC—the perfect shooting combination Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Gt. .4 299 Broadway a " V ' New York (' m TO OUR CUSTOME...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 November 1912

mmmérn The Family Groccry We carry a choice line of Family Groceries. Our stock is right up to now. Our prices are right and our terms STRICTLY CASH. will appreciate your trade. FRANK LEMLEY Proprietor BLACKSMITH • SHOP Do all Kinds of First Class Blacksmith Work Your Horse Shod While You Wait Have First Class Workman in Shop At All Times Matt OSBORN ft**** Goal, Grain and Hay Come to us to boy your feed. We always keep a good supply and will appreciate yorr patronage FIELD SEEDS FOR PLANTING See Us for , Coal "\ Store first door north of Livery Stable Phone No. 62 McLAURY & LEE * [O We Loan Money ON LAND Write Insurance of All Kinds, Make Abstracts and do a General Real Estate Business. See us when in Aspermont. & FlCfCC OK Livery, Feed AND SALES STABLE W. B. BINGHAM Proprietor 'Good, Serviceable Teams and Up-to-now Rigs. Special attention to Transient Trade. Feed Always on Hand. Aspermont, Texas Produce Wanted! We pay the Hignest market price for Turkeys, Ghickens, Butter ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 November 1912

The Texas Cotton Palace Bigger and Better Waco, Nov. 2nd to 17th. Extra low rates from all Texas points November 1st to 17th., limited to Nov. 18th. Call on nearest Ticket Agent lor special low rates. 4- i' \ Arrange to meet 'your friends on "THE WAR-PATH Waco Texas, November 2nd to 17th. ' ' ■ ' y < Ask lor your ticket to read. VIA Texas Central, "The Convenient way." Trains arrive at Waco 7:05 a. m. and 3:30 p. m. Trains returning leave Waco 8:30 a. m. W. E. SEIFER, G. P. A., Waco, Texas Commissioners Court Convened Monday Commissioners Court convened Monday morning:. The regular routine of business was taken, concerning election returns, etc. At this writing none of the offi- cers except R. E. Gholston have been sworn in. Possibly it will be the last of the week or the first of next "week before all of the officers will be sworn in. New Baptist Preacher. The first Baptist Church has a ' new assistant pastor. He arrived ! in this city about Nov. 5th. At the present time ha is d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 November 1912

The Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, Nov. 21,1912 SURVEYING THE WATER WORKS DAM Percy Jones civil engineer for the Abilene Southern" Railroad came in Monday and commenced the work of surveying same. The citiífens of the town have made up about ten thonsand dollars for the purpose of putting in this dam. After the survey is made and an estimate is made the committee will be ready to figure with some one on the building of this dam. The civil engineer is also to pass on the feasibility of this dam at this place. Where the survey is being made is about one and a half miles east of town on a tract of land now owned by Dan Couch. It is estimated by those who are acquainted with the lay of the land where they contem- plate building this dam, that the water will cover about 150 acres of land. This being so, this will be one of the largest supplies of water in west Texas and will be sufficient water supply for town of ten thousand inhabi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 November 1912

HPv..x -Ti ;r#| m—m ■ mr m MY IS NOW COMPLETE mmi '. i All the new styles modes, patterns and materials in Dress (ioods and Millinery are now in. Do not wait till later but come now and get the choice J ATTENTION! I will close my books on the 15th of Sept. All goods are CASH alter that date. I want to clean my stock and in order to do so make low prices BELOW ARE SOM*I OF THE REDUCTIONS The best Flour $2.75 per 100 pounds White Cloud or Jewel Compound 95c per pail Sugar $6.00 per 100 pounds. THESE PRICES ARE STRICTLY CASH • " Calico 5c per yard. L L Sheeting 7 I-2c yard 6 spools cotton for 25c Men and boys Novelty Mats worth $3.50 $3.00 for $2.00 Mens Shirts worth $1.00 for 40t MP m m . *w i. ^ f i r' COME AND LET US SHOW YOU SOME OF THE BARGAINS The ¡vlerchant THE ASPERMONT STAR, Published Every Thursday RTCHARD H. McCARTY, - Editor Subscription 91.00 A Year Entered at the Postoffice at Aspermont Texas, as second.class mail matter Four Issues One Month If you want the people to kno...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 November 1912

w The Family Grocery We carry a choice line of Family Groceries. Our stock is right jup to now. Our prices are right and our terms STRICTLY CASH. will appreciate your trade. FRANK LEMLEY Proprietor BLACKSMITH SHOP Do all Kinds of First Class Blacksmith Work Your Horse Shod While You Wait Have First Class Workman in Shop At All> Times Matt OSBORN ¡Í6B I Goal, Grain and Hay Come to us to buy your feed. We always keep a good supply and will appreciate your patronage FIELD SEEDS FOR PLANTING See Us for Coal Store first door north of Livery Stable Phone No. 62 McLAURY & LEE We Loan Money ON LAND Write Insurance of All Kinds, Make Abstracts and do a General Real Estate Business. See us when in >1 Aspennont Wei}!) & PÍCrCC Livery, Feed AND SALES STABLE W. B. BINGHAM Proprietor Good, Serviceable Teams and Up-to-now Rigs. Special attention to Transient Trade. Feed Always on Hand. * Aspermont, Texas Produce Wanted! We pay the hignest market price for Turkeys, Ghickens, Butter an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 November 1912

—solved once for all by Calumet. For daily ase ¡a millions ot kitchens has proved that Calumet is highest not only in quality but in leavening power as well—un- failing in results—pare to the extreme—and wonderfully economical in use. Ask your grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pure Pood Exposition. Chicago, III. Paris Exposi- tion. Franco, ■arch. ■•IS. You don't save money when you buy cheap or big-can baling powder. Don't bo misled. Buy Calumet. It s more economical—more wholesome — gives best results. Calumet is far superior to tour milk a"d soda. Chickens, Turkeys, Eggs I will pay 25 cents for eggs, 6 cents for hens and 8 cents for turkeys. Bring them in. City Meat Market. Notice One pair of mules, several pair horses for sale, partly on time. Jf not sold soon will send them to grass.—E. B. Featherston. Shine Parlor. Come to the city barber shop and have your shoes shined while you wait. We make your shoes look like they were new. Charley Forg...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 November 1912

' y* ■ PASTOR RUSSELL IS CHALLENGED A Complete Answer to the Query, "Who Ordained Him?" i KrWlOtL The Whole Subject Clarified For the Public Benefit — Clergy and Laity Unscriptural Term*. Albany, N. Y., Nov. 17. — As al- ways, Pastor Rus- sell got the crowds today. We report bis discourse on Ministerial Ordi- natiou and Titles. Very evidently it is a reply to an at- tack recently made upon him ty a M:\ W. T. Ellis, fie'.u editor of The Con- ^ " Hiirnt. and alias. - '•jte Iiamhler." Ellis claims ifi.-if Pnslor ordin.Uion as Pas- v v is frand i'on'. Tuo ad Iress show? i '* •> llnsseli fully 'midei's'-f'iils ? -Lj.il ..i !; Hp fully jusíiPe.! lwi'oiv bis vilst ntidíc.. >:• i r up llu* "Rambler" «'.!!> r in r . mav-bvIaijle * ligbt of «líber being «*' lile sulijwts discussed, or r"" !!)'".!#? Ji< dc-olvt* the public. Flis r '•, t u;*m, ".W of men. ní'itbnr by n . > .it lev .! •>*«* t'hdst. ami f wd the Fa i, win raimeil Ijiiu froui the dead" •i -at. j. 11 H<* said: ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 November 1912

"" ! > To Close Thanksgiving Day We the undersigned business men of Aspermont do hereby agree to close our doors Thurs- day Nov. 28tb, same being Thanksgiving Day. Buster Brown, S. B. Pierson, Frank Lemlev, C. A. Ford, J. C. Guest, A. W. Springer & Son N. G, Rollins, Gibson Bros., J. L. Myers, F. N. Payne, McLaury & Lee, J. H. Rollins, J. C. Link. Judge Green Harrison of Jay- ton was in the city this week looking after legal business in the county court. Miss Nora Hinze of Branden- burg came in Sunday and is staying at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. V. Bulloch. ~ Mrs. R. D. Senter has rented the Cottage Hotel and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Hood have rented the Foreman place. Booth Lowry, humorist and satirist will deliver his famous lecture at High School Auditor- ium Saturdav night Nov. 23rd. Rev. and Mrs. A. T. Ford came in this week from San Angelo. Aspermont will be their home for the present. Joe Tanner says that he is going to prove to the people of Stonewall county that we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 November 1912

Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, Nov. 28,1912 YoL 15. No. 1 I INAUGURATING THE ! PARCELS POST SYSTEM With the beginning of the op- eration of the parcels post the work of the postoffice departm- ent will have largely increased its sphere of operation will be broadened to an extent little thought of. even at this|time with in sixty days of the inauguration of the svstem. That it will be a success is un- doubted, and this opinion is based with certainty upon its practcial operation in other countries in which conditions for its success are not so favoable as in our own nation. The legislation which permits its estalishment under what may be termed its trial or experimen- tal form, will surely be amended later on so as to increase the fac- ilities for sending by the post and to lessen the cost of transmission, but such amendment will only come after a full demonstration of the benefits of the system to the puclic, and after the oper...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 November 1912

MY. Fall and Winter Stock IS NOW COMPLETE ' i All the new styles modes, patterns and materials in Dress (ioods and Millinery are now in. Do not wait till later but come now and get the choice ATTENTION! I will close my books on the 15th of Sept. All goods are CASH after, that date. I want to clean my stock and in order to do so make low prices We have many useful articles chat will make valuable Christmas Presents. Come and See —r— COME AND LET US SHOW YOU SOME OF THE BARGAINS ROLLINS The Progressive Merchant THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday RTCHARD H. McCARTY, - Editor Subscription SI.00 A Year Entered at the Postoffice at Aspermont Texas, as second.class mail matter Four Issues One Month The editor is gone—"hooray" Come Lucy, let's take a stroll -out to the big lake. Wake up. shake off the moss, Pull and push for Aspermont. Wait untill Aspermont secures water—who, then can knock on our town. Visitors who come to Asper- mont must be shown the big lake just outside the ci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 November 1912

—solved once for all by Calumet. For daily ase ia millions ot kitchens has proved that Calumet is highest not only In quality but in leaventng fouue* as well—un- failing in results—pure to the extreme—and wonderfully1 economical in use. Ask your grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World * Pure Food Exposition. Chisago. 111. Paris Exposi- tion. Franc®. March. 101*. Se % SJ f0 You don't save money when you buy cheap or big-can baling powder. Don't be misled. Buy Calumet. It's more economical—more wholesome — gives best results. Calumet is far superior to tour miUt and toda. PROGRAM STONEWALL CO. TEACHERS INSTITUTE Notice One pair of mules, several pair horses for sale, partiv on time. If not sold soon will send them to grass.—E. B. Featherston. Shine Parlor. Come to the city barber shop and have your shoes shined while you wait. We make your shoes look like they were new. Charley Forgus. Face Cream Marvello Face Cream, a won- derful toilet preparation for re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 November 1912

The , Family Grocery i We carry a choice line of Family Groceries. Our stock is right up to now. Our prices are right and our terms STRICTLY CASH. will appreciate your trade. FRANK LEMLEY Proprietor BLACKSMITH - SHOP Do all Kinds of First Class Blacksmith Work Your Horse Shod While You Wait / Have First Class Workman in Shop At All Times Matt OSBORN Goal, Grain and Hay Come to us to buy your feed. We always keep a good supply and will appreciate yowr patronage FIELD SEEDS FOR PLANTING See Us for Coal Store first door north of Livery Stable Phone No. 62 ; McLAURY & LEE i We Loan Money ON LAND Write Insurance of All Kinds, Make Abstracts and do a General Real Estate Business. See us when in OE Aspermont. W ebb & ZZSIEZZZZZ23¿1¡ZZZZZ Livery, Feed AND SALES STABLE W. B. BINGHAM Proprietor Good, Serviceable Teams and Up-to-now Rigs. Special attention to Transient Trade. Feed Always on Hand. Aspermont, Texas Produce Wanted! We pay the mgnest market price for i Turkeys, Ghickens, B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 November 1912

If \l f 1 I ' LOCAL NEWS; PERSONALS N. R. Morgan went west Mon- day. J. J: Craft was in town Tues- day. Uel Whitten visited home-folks Sunday. D. Sinclair went to Branden- burg Sunday. D. R. Couch went to Sweet- water Tuesday. Woodard Knight was in Pea- cock Tuesday. Dess McEwen of Swenson was town this week. Rev. G. C. Spann came in Tuesday i rom Jay ton. * Colonel Abbott came in this week from Knox City. Willie White visited home folks n«ar Swenson Sunday. I 1 T. E. Knight went to Peacock Tuesday on business. Herbert Lang and wife visited ■in Aspermont this week. I will be in Jayton December :2nd. to 7th. Dr. A. A. Annis. Mr. and Mrs. Hood visited at •Swenson the first of the week. Clarence and Gregg Head of 3?ule visited in the city Sunday Christmas goods. 'Nuf sed. Aspermont Pharmacy Lawrence Purcell of Leudert •visited friends in the city Sunday Mrs. J. B. Osborn left Monday for a visit to her sister at Pea- cock. Miss Joe Bulloch took her seat Tuesday evening as deputy Tax Col...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 November 1912

The Lecture Mr. Booth Lowery, the silver tongued orator, and maker of smiles, delivered his famous lecture, entitled "Simon said wig-wag" at the High School Auditorium Saturday evening. Mr. Lowry needs no recom- mendation from this press, as he «holds a national reputation as lecturer and humorist. The auditorium was filled with the representative people of Asper- mont, and while some had had the pleasure of hearing him be- fore, his lecture was none the less appreciated and enjoyed. It seemed at times that the audience were slow to catch the under current of humor and the upper current of wit, still he was listen- ed to with intelligence and un- derstanding. The people of As permont feel that they had a rare treat, and the manager of the Lyceum course is deserving of praise for securing this lecture. We wish to comment on the music rendered by the choir at the Methodist church. The special songs are beautifully ren- dered, soul-ijispiring and uplift- ing. The male quartette by Mess...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 December 1912

X The Aspermont Sta Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, Dec. 5, 1912 VoL 15. No# THE WATERWORKS DAM WILL SORELY BE BUILT The Dam Will be 1820 Feet Long. Area of Water pounded 146 Acres. No. of Gallons of Water 190,000,000. 40,000,000 More Than Abilene Im- Survev and profile for the dam has been made: The committee have placed ads in the daily papers of the state for bids, some parties have already been on the ground and looked the propo- sition over. This will be the largest supply 6i water in west Texas by odds. The supply will be sufficient for a city of 15,000 and then some. It now looks like Aspermont was goiug to have an adequate supply of water. A mathematician could not possibly compute what an up-to-date water supply would be worth to the city of Asper- mont. It will mean more to the welfare and growth of the town than another railroad. Now gentlemen let's push this thing for all it is worth. Don't give up until we have cros...

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