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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 26 May 1910

/ S \ V S <r O íob:boi 10 o The First National Bank Will occupy this space with illustrated Advertising, be- ginning in an early issue, on the advantages and protec- tion Bank Deposits afford. WATCH AND READ THEM © OK [OOiBOl :o o J Sheriff's Sale. The State of Texas. ¡> County of Stanevvall S Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a certain execution is- sued out of an Honorable county court of Stonewall county, on the 26th day of April 1910, by R. S. Tillotson, clerk of said county court, for the sum of Three hundred sixtv-nine and 14- 100 dollars and costs of suit, un- der a judgment, in favor of Hig- ginbotham-Harris Company in a certain cause in said court, No. 140 and styled Higginbotham- Harris Company, vs. G. H. Mayes G. R. Wimberly, Drew Johnson and W. G. Billingsley, placed , in my hands for service, I, S. R. Lanier, sheriff of Stonewall coun- ty, Texas, did. on the 29th day of April 1910. levy on certain real estate, situated in Stonewall county, Texas, described ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 June 1910

t r ' HUIS S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, June 2, 1910. Vol. 12, = Resolutions of Respect. * Whereas, death has claimed one of our members of the Woman's Home Mission Society, Mrs. J. B. Lipscomb, who was taken from our midst Mar. 23rd 1910, we, in behalf, of the mem- bers of the Society, desire to give some expression of tj>e love and esteem in whi^fi she was held b^\ every one connected with the society; therefore be it resolved That we deplore her death un- der such distressing1, circumstan- ces while theways of Providence are mysterious and inexplicable, especiallyso in this dispensation, vet we bow in humble submission to the will of God. believing that whatever he permits is right; and That by her death, our Societv has suffered a great loss in being- deprived of the presence, influ- ence and example of one of its j the true and upright young men most worthy members. A per-¡that earned his bread by the son who was diligent an...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 June 1910

\ I & ^ - .. &*'•*£ ife ■ .'it . ¡a?*É¿« ■ 3 . Pal • HSlte~í lili V i \ is worth more to a business than all other agencies combined. We take special pains to try please those who trade with us, and at any time our goods or service do not come up to y expectations we shall consider it a personal favor if you will cal) our attention to the fact x What you want when you want it is our motto, and we shall endeavor to make our motto good at all times. Give us a chance your Drug and Sundry Business wi-Wñ- kit x & mm -¿■'A mIf ilSS • • • • • * DON't FORGET Fountain When you want a cool, refreshing beverage or a delicious dish of lee Cream. Prompt and'polite attendants Aspermont Pharmacy / i • V New Brick South r Mi ■ * ■' Á m Texas For Negro State Rev. Harvey Johnson/colored, pastor of Union Baptist Churcb, Druid Hill avenue, near Dolphin street, explained yesterday his plan for the conversion of the State of Texas into á home for the entire negro population of the United Stat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 June 1910

DRUG ...MINERAL WATER... Don't overlook the fact that Mineral Water is a great tonic during the summer months. It may save yos a spell of sickness. Sold in bottles or served at fountian Headquarters for Pure Drugs Paints, Oils and Toilet Articles Prescriptions carefully filled at all hours ...SODA FOUNTAIN;.. This season we will pay particular attention to our cold drink departmeat. We will serve all the most popular drinks and when thirsty you will find any- thing you want by coming here. STAR DRUG STORE Aspermont, Texas. o N E Y TO LOAN BY McCord Realty Company ON FARMS AND RANCHES No inspection fee. No attorney's fee. Get your money in five to ten days after approval. If you want money quick, give us your application this week. Absolutely no charges unless we get your loan. Loans on long time, lew rates and fair dealings. McCord Realty Co. LAND LOAN AND INSURANCE Lee Boildlmg Aspermont, Texas. The Good Old Hymns. There's lots o' music in 'em, the hymns of long ago; An' when some ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 June 1910

</. . i ti - CHILDREN'S DRESSES Wash dresses of percale trimmed with bands of plaid and striped material and self covered buttons. WHITE PETTICOATS Made of excellent quality of cam= brie and muslin, with deep floun= ces of lawn, handsomely trimmed with tucks, insertion and embroid- ery. 25c to $1.25 NIGHT GOWNS Made of soft wainsook, cambric and muslin, empire and y^ke ef- fects, trimmed with torchon and val. lace and insertion. CORSET COVERS Made of cambric and wainsook, daintily trimmed with lace and in- insertion. 85c to $3.50 SILK PETTICOATS Good quality taffeta and moire silk, all colors. $5.00 to' $2.50 PARASOLS White lingerie parasols of linen, black taffeta and silken. BELTS A beautiful assortment of ladies' elastic and patent leather belts, belting and white laundry belts. CHILDREN'S HEADWEAR All the newest shapes in cloth and straw hats and caps. V re 5cuved ] that some people like ! brill/ant pattern's vhií-b some like7 quiet things, JT WHAT ev£r yco wfar. \tshoulp be ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 June 1910

Quality Dei Consideration ■f A Jjjg Superiority springer & Son's clothing should prompt you to buy here. ,Let us prove This fact does not permit of any argument. Our high standard of quality in connection with our responsible prices will make a satis- fied customer of you. Try us and be convinced. I ' > -f NayqII Chirtt We have just opened up a new lot that will please you in every detail. These shirts liUAall 31111 Ij are incomparable in fabric, fit, finish and make up. We invite your closest inspection \ .-"i.- ... Nprpccitv Cr®ated by laws of health and laws of land first demanded that you wear clothes. Today IlCtCwll) - want or desire is the influence which prompts you to seek both protection and adornment Our reputation is our reierence A. W. Springer & Son The House of Quality 4 ; w \Taht- Etvch ripnn Prnr pri^c 1* is always a source of satisfaction to be able to get your groceries llC W TI CMl Utdll III Util ltj New and Fresh just bear this in mind and give us a tr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 June 1910

j¡< I i mí )Jf B l" ' «... HEADLIGHT A beautiful black stallion, saddle and har- ness horse about 16 hands high, coming three years old, sired of good speed will make the season at my place about six miles south of Aspermont. Terms: $10.00 to in- sure $5.00 for season. Those interested are .nvited to call and look at this animal. BEN HILL owner ASPERMONT HACKNEY HORSE Association will stand their company horse Blanch Dombey i ••• AT Chas. Hannis Stable 1 mi East Aspermont l.NOTES taken at the barn... Season $15. GUARANTEED Hair Cut 35c Shave 15c Tonic 15c Shampoo 35c Massage 35c Sinsre 35c I SATISFACTION THAT SATISFIES feouth Side Square in the New Brick Building. Agent^ DUBLIN STEAM LAUNDRY BASKET LEAVES EVERY MONDAY RETURNS EVERY FRIDAY C. W. Anderson naf JEWELER )E~ Full line watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, novelties and anything: to be found in a first-clasS iewelrv store. REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY At Star Drug Store--Aspermont, Texas. BOYS LISTEN No« s the time to order ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 June 1910

BEAR MIND that when you are in need of building material, no mat- ter what kind R. B. Spencer & Co. has it and treat you right. We solicit your patronage. If you will call and figure with us we can save you money. Estimates careful- ly given. Phone to or come and see J. B. Lipscomb, M'gr. J. H.ROLLIN8 Dealer In Choice Family Groceries Laundry Basket leaves my store every Monday and returns every Friday. , Aspermont, - Texas. Stonewall Land and Abstract Company LANDS AND ABSTRACTS No. 1 We have a customer for a section of unimproved land in Stonewall County. W&l pay not less than one half cash. WHAT HAVE YOU? No. 2 Is a nice little 95 acre farm nine miles from As permont. 40 acres in culti- vation, two tanks, all fenced and a house. Pricc $1300. $700. incumbrance in four eqnal instalments. Good road to town. Will take some trade. No. 3 Is a number of good farms in Oklahoma, price $10. to $40. per acre. Land in Stonewall County will be taken in trade. No. 4 Six sections in Jef...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 June 1910

0B:o0E=a0N olfOíl tíNCWWHOIS o ¿m, A\ONEV YOÜH kWHEN I IS IN A mONAt 'BANK f- ' k< ífeííS. / -í'h O A National Bank is an absolutely safe place to put your money, because the United States Government examines regularly all National Banks. Ask our patrons how we treat THEM. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK We will make small loans to our FARMER friends Q to pay Cotton Choppers. 0 ^0E=a0s:B0c=0^ ANNOUNCEMENT COLUMN RATES: District Officers $5.00 County Officers 5-00 Precinct Officers ' 3.00 «@*Cash In Advance. Subject to the Action of the Democratic Primaries July 23 For Judge 39th Judicial District: Jno. B. Thomas. Jno. D. Hopson. H. R. Jones For District Attorney. Jas. P. Stinson. For Sheriff and Tax Collector, S. R. Lanier. For Tax Assessor B. F. Gardner J. M. Forgus J. W. Thompson J. C. Rash. W. G. Owsley. J. L. Chennault For County and District Clerk R. S. Tillo tson For County Judge: J. F. Lee W. J. Arrington Ernest Herring For Treasurer: a. ix ,-bt?ck ckey. Ti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 June 1910

The Aspermont St S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, June 9, 1910. Vol. 12, That Letter The following clipped from an exchange has been sent The News with request to publish: Country papers throughout the United States are printing what is alleged to be a letter written by Christ. In this letter was an injunction that it should be published to the world by whoever found it together with the statement that misfortune and bad luck would follow the person having possession of it in the event that it was not given | "And he that hath a copy of this letter writterf by my own hand and spoken by my own mouth and keepeth it without publishing it toothers, shall not prosper, but he that publisheth it to others shall be blessed by me. and if their sins be as many ¡ as stars bv night, and if they j truly believe they shall be par- doned ana they that believe not this writing and my command- ments will have my plagues upon you and you- will be consume...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 June 1910

i I® |. 1: | - || g ite HEP i-'~ Pi \ L^Sk : is worth more to a business than all other agencies combined. We take special pains to please those who trade with us, and at any time our goods or service do not come up to expectations we shall consider it a personal favor if you will call our attention to the fact ■¡■What you want when you want it Si> is our motto, and we shall endeavor to make our motto good at all times. Give us a chance your Drug and Sundry Business Hfta DONt FORGET á? Á ■ • a y .S3 When you want a cool, refreshing beverage or a delicious dish of lee Cream. Prompt serví and'polite attendants Aspermont New Brick mm Home Misston Notes There are fifty-six deaconeses literaly giving their lives in the Home Mission work. Some as pastor's helpers, some in Weslev Homes, in co-operative boarding houses and in many ways they are proving their efficiency. Their neat black and white uni- forms are a passport into many places that they could not other- wise go. In the United...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 June 1910

V m (' ' ' ÍP& ^ mmmmm STAR DRUG STORE -MINERAL WATER... ' Don't overlook the fact that Mineral Water is a great tonic during the summer months, It may save yos a spell of sickness. Sold in bottles or served at fountian A PAGE FROM Headquarters for Pure Drugs Paints, Oils and Toilet Articles ¿SCRIP Prescriptions carefully filled at all hours ...SODA FOUNTAIN... t This season we will pay particular attention to our cold drink departmeat. We will serve all the most popular drinks and when thirsty you will find any- thing you want by coming here. STAR DRUG STORE Aspermont, A Short Sermon The devil don't waste any time fooling with the man who is openly mean. The man who Sets drunk in broad daylight, ¡swears am<feci*ts Mp'fcenerally.< in j public, does the devil's cause an > injury, though he may get to j hell himself. He is an illustrated temperance lecture, and by his | illustrations of the various ef- fects of booze, keeps many from drinking to excess. The real agent the...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 June 1910

\ QUEENSWARE, Glassware, Chi- naware. In fact everything in tableware at modsrate prices. PURE fruit jams and jellies. SWIFTS Premium breakfast ba= cons and hams. A FULL line of the 0. V. B. hard= ware==the best made. WELCH'S<irape Juice, made from choice Concord Grapes—Absolut- ly pure. — i START the day right with a cup of Morning Bracer Coffee. Other good coffee—Maxwell Blend, Old Plantation, Wedding Breakfast. THE CANNING season is now here and every housekeeper will want fruit jars. Before you buy, be sure to inspect the Economy Jar. Has a wide mouth, smooth edge, sure and easy to seal, easy to open. Has no rubber rings. It is airtight and sanitary. Don't Forget TO ASK FOR VOTING COUPONS RESOLVED!that if You VILL JU5T :AfcEFULLY*WEtGH QUfc QUALITYor QUANTITY WITH OUR PRICES You WONT ' ;o a weigh But You will^weight ' * ' ' >ToR"" r0R ALL You NEED /5s I-A m F \m ... i Ó With Every Ten Cent CASH Purchase at This Store You are Entitled to One Vote Caryn^fif, Í9íí- N-Y./' WE ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 June 1910

"\ / r I t 4 / 4 NprpCCltv Created by laws of health and laws of lan&first demanded that you wear clothes. Today want or desire is the influence which prompts you to seek both protection and adornment / A t to buy here. Let us prove it This fact does not permit any argument. Our high standard of quality in connection with our responsible pr ices will make a satis- fied customer of you. Try us and t*e convinced, "f —1 : 1 ' l W/woll Qhirtc We have just opened up a new lot thát Will pléase you in every detail. These shirts y IWAdll 3111113 are incomparable in fabric, fit, finish and make up. We invite your closest inspection ^ 4 ^ fhC SUPCliOrity Sprin*cr & Sons Clothing should prompt you i 11 Don't «•hat you get a Rodgers Bros, silver knifé and fork with each package of Catlens Superior Coffee, also a beautiful bowl with eacih package of San Toy Tea. New Fresh Clean Groceries ÜJi'iíí'í.™"""" *" bear this in mind and give iis a trial A Our reputation ip our W. Springer i The H...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 June 1910

$ i. HEADLIGHT A beautiful black stallion, saddle and har- ness horse about 16 hands high, coming three years old, sired of good speed will make the season at my place about six miles south of Aspermont. Terms: $10.00 to in- sure $5.00 for season. Those interested are .nvited to call and look at this animal. BEN HILL owner r- II C. W. Anderson ^ JEWELER K Full line watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, novelties and anything to be found in a first-class iewelry store. REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY At Star Drug Store- Aspermont, Texas. Mm M:- i* BOYS LISTEN No* *a the time to order that Spring Suit, while you can get choice selections—Let me take vour measure for a suit. * Tailor Made Clothes Always "FIT" I also clean and block hats, do all kind of Tailoring work, such as Cleaning, Pressing, repairing etc. Ladles work a Specialty Jones, The Tailor ASPERMONT, TEXAS. ASPERMONT HACKNEY HORSE Association will stand their company horse «.Blanch Dombcy... AT Chas. Hannis Stable 1 mi East Aspermo...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 June 1910

y 31,-. \j BEAR IN MIND that when you are in need of building material, no mat- ter what kind x R. B. Spencer & Co. has it and treat you right. We solicit your patronage. If you will call and figure with us we can save you money. Estimates careful- ly given. Phone to or come and see J. H. ROLLINS % Dealer In Choice Family Groceries Laundry Basket leaves my store every Monday and returns every Friday. Aspermont, - - Texas. Stonewall Land and Abstract Company LANDS AN1!) ABSTRACTS No. 1 We have a customer for a section of unimproved land in Stonewall County. Will pay not less than one half cash. WHAT HAVE YOU? No. 2 Is a nice little 95 acre farm nine miles from As- permont. 40 acres in culti- vation, two tanks, all fenced and a house. Pricc $1300. $700. incumbrance in four eqnal instalments. Good road to town. Will take some trade. No. 3 Is a number of good farms in Oklahoma, price $10. to $40. per acre. Land in Stonewall County will be taken in trade. No. 4 Six sections in Jeff D...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 June 1910

^LOr—-ntOEKBOl 1 oPAY YOUR BILL WITH c A CHECK. THEN YOU HAVE A CHECK oYOVR V ith mlajlVU, anJ. tfaek .li «Vo-S^** Those who have never had a bank account konw not the convenience of one. Each check you write is a RECEIPT; you know just how much you are spending; you've always "got money," and you can't lose it nor be robbed. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK We will make small loans to our FARMER friends ^ to pay Cotton Choppers. X voE=aoo:ooi==so^ o ANNOUNCEMENT COLUMN RATES: - District Officers $5.00 County Officers 5.00 Precinct Officers 3.00 tóirCash In Advance. Subject to the Action of the Democratic Primaries July 23 For Judge 39tb Judicial District: Jno. B. Thomas. Jno. D. Hopson. H. R. Jones For District Attorney,- Jas. P. Stinson. For Sheriff and Tax Collector, S. R. Lanier. For Tax Assessor B. F. Gardner J. M. Forgus J. W. Thompson f J. C. Rash. W7G. Owsley. J. L. Chennault For County and District Clerk R. S. Tillo tson On .every Ten Ce cash purchase you ent...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 June 1910

S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, June 16, 1910. Vol. 12, f ii - V TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION Stamford Session Productive of Much Good. New Officers Elected, Association Royally Entertained and Everyone Pleased. ,, * * The thirty-first annual session ; When the stay-at-homes are ¡ of the Texas Press Association told about those receptions, balls, j has passed into history, and auto rides, concerts, excursion, words of praise for Siamford. barbecue and round up; when its host on this occs^ion were ¡ they are told that we reveled in heard on every hand'. oceans of punch and seas of lem- A carefully arranged program onade: were presented with corn- was carried out. With but few pliinents. tags, badges souvenir I exceptions, every one to partici-ihat pins, watch charms, cigars pate was there with the goods, and cape jesamines,—There'll; Among those whose papers and be a dismal wail of ''Why didn't I talks were especially deserving 11 go too?"' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 June 1910

'00W' "mm \ ' • ! A e- is worth more to a business than all other agencies combined. We take special pains to please those who trade with us, and at any time our goods or service do not come up to expectations we shall consider it a personal favor if you will call our attention to the fact What you want when you want it iw&t * is our motto, and we shall endeavor to make our motto good at all times. Givé us a chance your Drug and Sundry Business =5 • • • • • • • • DONt FORGET Our Soda Fountain When you want a cool, refreshing beverage or a delicious dish of lee Cream. Prompt serví and°polite attendants Aspermont New Brick Pharmacy South Sid mm Notice of Stray. The State of Texas, ) County of Stonewall) Taken up by J. J. Rogers and estrayed before S. R. Dickey, Justice of the Peace, Precinet No. 1, Stonewall county: One mouse colored mare mule, about 15 years old, about 13 hands high and branded M O S on left thigh. Appraised at ten dollars. The owner of eaid stock is re- quested ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 June 1910

mm ■ Mi I I tíí • Base Ball The Irish Lads of Wichita Falls arrived in our city last Thursday for a series of games with the Boosters. Both teams had reputations to defend, and the games were the cause of much speculation from every viewpoint, up to the fifth inning- it was a shut out for bpth teams and the playing on both sides Was the occasion of cheers from all. The joys of the umpire were very much in evidence, and the visitors seemed to have him so completely befuddled that to all appearances he was solely responsible for the two runs made in the fifth. m And Then Their Pitcher Lost the Lead Out of His Shoes. had been handed a goose egg nine times in succession. The score by innings was: Innings 123456789 Aspermont 00000000 0—0 Wichita 00012030 1—7 Batteries for Aspermont, Bur- leson and Burleson, for Wichita Falls, Morris and Gibson. Um- pire, McCamant. The Joye of the Umpire. This was the thirteenth game for the Boosters, they having won twelve straights, and they were no exc...

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