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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 December 1911

iiilii^Maii«paaili p ^ SittiBW ■ >::\*=i miWTIwiBm mg <>e ■* ■•[t ■ 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 Hamllon Piano Here a name of highest standing in piano manu- factory 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 Elm and Murphy Sts. Dallas, Texas Livery,Feed AND SALES STABLE W. B. BINGHAM Proprietor Good, Serviceable Teams and Up-to-now Rigs. Special attention to T...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 December 1911

i is New 'GALL AND SEE THEM J \ v > \( \ 1/ Utility Dress Gingham per yd, 10c A. F. C. a " " 125c Golden Gate Zephyr Gingham 83C Apron Checks at per yard 6\c Princess Madras a a 10c Satin Daimsk, All Pure Linen " 50C We sell "Monarch" Hosiery, Knit to Fit, and Fit to Wear £2 When in Our Store ask to See Our 36-inch Messalines, Price, $1 Per Yard 1 J. A: CARROLL, The Cash Man M Some Resolutions Adopted By : largely to the success of the.In- the Stonewall County Institute. Report from committee on special resolutions was adopted as follows: To the Honorable County Judge and the Hon. County Board of Education of Stonewall county: Whereas, our state legislature, in its wisdom, saw fit to enact a law providing for the creating of ■a County Board of Education, whose duty it shall be to classify th«5, rural schools of the county and provide for the establishing of Rural High Schools; and Whereas, A more reckless waste of school fund could not be devised, nor could the proper education o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 December 1911

■S!*Sf j<* 1 i $ mw&i ' WH MP- II ,j' ( mf' If* 1 I* 1, 1 ! 8tS§ ■ ■. •-■•• ■■■'■-" : i __ . ■■■.■■. wau-- ■ ■ ■ ■ - - - ■ - ■• - mm :r?yy mm is wW . ZZ Sale Begins Saturday December 16th Closes Saturday Night Dec. 30 15 Days of Baigains for the People of Aspermont and Stonewall County The following are items on which we are overstocked. We are making these greatly reduced prices in order to cut our stock prior to taking inventory Jan. 1st. You can't afford to Overlook these Items because you Save Money on Everyone Prices on all goods Advertised CASH. No Premium Pictures Given With Merchandise Sold at Reduced Prices at This Sale Mens Suits $12.00 mens suits, special AA "f|| price $1). IU Mens suits regular price "fA $10, special price wQafw Mens suits regular price AA AA $8.50, special price. . v*|«VV Mens suits regular price AA AC $10, special price wVaAw Mens suits, regular price $15, special price Mens suits, regular price $10.<X)special price Mens suits, regular price ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 December 1911

asm JSrl m iMPI y,',. !' • ,y ' / \ 'r,'>; 1 1 4 A W n eompanlad by en* of the guards, en- tered tbe warden's office. The masked man glanced around at them, and with a motion of bis bead Indicated the door leading to the street. They passed through, closing the door be- hind them. For a little time the Intruder stood staring down at the still body, then he went to the telephone and called police headquarters. 'There nas been a Jail delivery at the prison," be said In answer to the hello" of the desk-sergeant at the other end of the wire. "Better send some of your men tip to Investigate." "Who la thatT" came the answering question. The stranger replaced the receiver on the hook, stripped off his black mask, dropped It on the floor beside the motionless warden, and went out It was Mr. Grimm! •I Want Your Prisoner Slgnor Petrozln nl—You Will Release Him at Oncel" lllIWE mm JACQUES FUTRELLE ILLUSTRATIONS by M.G.KszHNtr COPYRIGHT 1908 by THE ASSOCIATED SUNDAY MAGAZINES COPYRIGHT 1909 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 December 1911

M • . ' ' ■ ' . ,/■ «MHw •S'1 ■ *■/' EsaSiiSaJ^s *3fe:«3 CO-OPERATION I*##** THE ASPERMONT STAR Si^ iCASPERMOWT, TEXAS hb 1$^ H|g^PP^ Onl; racklMi persons eat chestnuts ttn tbe dark. Bracing days these and Una tor Paper bags, however, are of no uu la roasting one's neighbors. The man who thinks tbe tipping evil ■can ba stopped la an optimist No Skilled train robber goes through ooach In the wake of the porter. Perhaps a course In aviation may W included In the higher education. One way to get a glow of warmth on a cold day is to help the suffering oor. One nasty thing about a blizzard is that it generally keeps its engage- ments. With her skimpy skirt and her mas- todon muff woman is not afraid of cold waves. ▲ Chicago Mulberry Sellers.proposes to start a cat ranch stocked with one Million cats. China has the firecrackers and she van eet up a Fourth of July whenever •he thinks fit A head waiter says tipping will be 'veil maintained when commercial travelers are but a memory. A Misso...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 December 1911

WmmM :/ >> li: p| IjlMp «£<£ ME ffig«fBp|tagife<' % < &tefeMiii^w^ggSs# icfflcneso&asa - ntll Spring, for Ther 4at«had and I meets attered. UNDERWOOD.) ilacksraith with a teu tat file and have five the small end made1 a sharp-pointed knife; side of the blade flat; ilf round. t the blade must b* e to a orescent shape,' b on the Inside of the; Ml handle on, and you ng Trees and rtond Hoe. Half- aent with which youi i a treeind scrape alt;' out moving. The dl apd should be at least) it frosts, go througbl lard with this llttta ping the bodies of tbet 0 Inches from the sur- nd. ind or half-diamond; 1 a handle not over Is another tool youi get oxer the treeai 1, most all eggs hava 1 most of the llttta ttween the earth andi ew inches of the topi raping the rough bark" ie bark of the tree,. >er cent, of them. • ig go over the tree* e or four days after eea the second thne„ i third time. Thenj ' see all you hav« id going over. In the- • draw the soil back; ving the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 December 1911

SS;; CALL AND SEE Utility Dress Gingham per yd, 10c A. F. C. " a " " 12ic Golden Gate Zephyr Gingham 83C Apron ( Princess Satin Dan We sell "Monarch" Hosiery, Knit to Fit, ar When in Our Store ask to See Our 36-inch Messal J. A: CARROLL, The £oXoXoX#X«> oXoXoXoxo Decided Change. ington, D. C.. Jan. 17.— ar 1911 marked a rever- ittitude throughout the 1 regard to railroad legis- That the decided anti- laws of various states in few years has had a dele- effect on both the rail- cl on the states passing ws is the consensus of )f experts here. In the ■ acting harmful statutes, improvement has been at till. Especially was this Texas, where tne enact- restrictivestatutes prac- stopped railroad con- i. The change in Texas, for 1911 was radrical and gle law inimical to rail- s passed by the last leg- This is seemingly re- tyifidence of investors building is being rapid- menced. me change as noted in ) Texas applies to a large, of states in the Union, lan forty state legis- dies in 1911 f...

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

3P w i / Bi Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, January 5,1912. Vol. 14. No. 24 STONEWALL COUNTY HAS BEST COTTON LAND IN STATE Ernest Mullins, Who Lives in the Croton Community, Raised Fifty Bales of Cotton and Sixty-Five Loads of Head Maize. Did the Work by Himself. Only Spent Twelve Dollars For Hired Help. We have always said that Stone- wall county was the best cotton head maize, and only paid out $12 for help in the making of lest the new year should And us keeping: late hours, we hastened I to bid our toastmietress a happy new year and departed, hoping for the return of many more such occasions. One Who Participated. county in the state and we are j this crop. going to stick to that statement. t Did you know that this is a re- Now, we know there are other markable showing for this coun- lands in some portions of the state will yield more cotton to the ty, taking into consideration that this has been a very unfavorable acre than t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 January 1912

;"fefgs VMf Times Air navigation is on the way, the poles are flying -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. Everytning in the Music Line Kirn and Murphy Sts, Dallas, Co. Texas THE ASPERMONT STAR, Published Every Thursday (RICHARD H. McCARTY, - Editor Livery,Feed AND SALES STABLE W. B. BINGHAM Proprietor Good, Serviceable Teams and Up-to-now Rigs. Special attentio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 January 1912

* * * * e at ~\ Shipment Mew CALL AND SEE THEM Utility Dress Gingham per yd, 10c A. F. C. " a " " 12iC Golden Gate Zephyr Gingham 83C Apron Checks at per yard 6\c Princess Madras Satin Damask, All Pure Linen u 10c 50c We sell "Monarch" Hosiery, Knit to Fit, and Fit to Wear I* When in Our Store ask to See Our 36-inch Messalines, Price, $1 Per Yard ^ A: CARROLL, The Cash Mar Near to Nature's Heart. With love the simple life, my family and friends. I like to look into the hu"man heart, and contemplate its varied emotions, ■to feel its longings, to know its sorrows, to share its ambitions and its hopes. We enjov the fields where balmy breezy blow, the prairies where fragrant flow- ers grow, the brooks where puri- ving waters flow and sparkles glint and gleam from every run- ning ripple. The sweets of wood- land solitude appeal to ^tne, where nature's lavish prodigality is written in the beautful green leaves, in berries, nuts and juicv fruit, and in the sunbeams that creep through leafy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 January 1912

(-/"-Ji # 1 'p v|i$ •; |j jfogEaS^ffrgy?! 'WTRWIH4''' :E$' 'i':is *V?« W$r& mSmWm- mwmmim NOW COME V Vs Some Great for the People of Aspermont and Stonewall County ue following are items on which we are overstocked. We are making these greatly * winced prices in order to cut our stock prior to taking inventory You can't afford to Overlook these Items because you Save Money on Everyone Prices on all goods Advertised CASH. No Premium Pictures Given With Merchandise Sold at Reduced Prices at This Sale Mens Suits Regular $12.00 mens suits, price $6.70. Regular $10.00 mens suits, ' price $0.70. Regular $8.50 mens suits, price $4.60. Regular $10 mens suits, price SO.2a. Regular $15.00 mens suits, price $10.00. Regular $10.00 mens suits, price $5.70. Regular $12.50 mens suits, price $8.75 Regular $10.00 mens suits, price $6.75. Regular $20.00 mens suits, . price $il.:55 Regular $17.50 mens suits, price $9.35 Regular $20.00 mens suits, price $12.00 Regular $12.50 mens suits, price $8.75...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 January 1912

3sz P. NEoPlT THEM |f%«#i mSifiSl. JUDGED BY THEIR CLOTHES Smart Cigar Stora Clerk Ready With Apology That by No Meant Mended Situation. Herman Fellner tella this story on himself, according to the New York correspondent of the Cincinnati Times Star. He was in Washington on busi- ness recently and met three or four friends on the street After a mo- ment's chat he beckoned them to come with him. . "I'm off the stuff," said he, "but; I want to buy you each a cigar." They happened to be In front of a combination cigar and news stand at the moment Led by Mr. Fellner, they all trooped In. The clerk hurried to the cigar case to wait upon them. Before Mr. Fellner could Indicate his wishes the clerk bad slapped a box on the glass case. "Here y' are," said he. "Best dime smoker in town." Mr. Fellner is sort of fussy about his smokes. He looked at the cigar then shoved the box away. "Have you no other price?" he asked. The clerk shoved the box in the case. "Sure thing," said he. "My mis- take...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 January 1912

SK :KW&:: f ^5;;:^ ■■Smm >VS S ^ 111 If 1 f iSI i il fi * Ml &SPEsMBnH as ; $H* K a w IS® A FEDERAL HEALTH BOARD. It is gratifying to note that the Mil for the creation of a federal health board win not be allowed to pass with- out a protest. Reports of organised resistance come from all parts of the country, and it way bw that the oppo- sition will soon be sufficiently solidi- fied to defeat a project that promises Infinite mischief for the community, and suffering and Injustice for the In- divldal. The proposal is based upon those specious claims that are notoriously hard to controvert. If a federal health board were to confine Its activities to the promulgation of salutary advice upon hygienic matters, to the abate- ment of quackery, and to the purity of drugs, it might be possible to say much in its favor, although It would •till be difficult to say that such an organization IB needed. But we know that It will attempt to do far more than this, seeing that Its adherent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 January 1912

mm, \ Vv< - i- ft.it;.; , , nit ,, ^ ss (,; f ?|s IP i ^1* v • * 9tt ;' 11 IT S3 i® Sag f .fei' 'iPSPS * i 7 "Isn't It Odd That You and I—Stand Ing Hero by the Rail—Have, In a Way, Held the Destinies of the Wh ole Great Earth In Our Hands." B.WIVE ISABEL vy JACQUES fUTRELLE ILIUSIRAHONS fry M.G.Kssrttr«ir- COPYRIGHT 1908 b/ THE ASSOCIATED SUNDAY MAGA2ME3 COPYRIGHT 190Q fyr THE BOBBS - MERfelLL COMPAWy SYNOPSIS. Count dl Rosinl, the Italian ambas- <eadrr, is at dinner with diplomats when messenger summons him to the om- T>&My, where a beautiful young woman •jsks for a ticket to the embassy ball. Xh* ticket Is made out !n the name of MUs Isabel Thorne. Chief Campbell of the secret service, and Mr. Grimm, his liead detective, are warned that a plot Is •fcrewlng in Washington, and Grimm goes ■to the state ball for Information. His at- tention Is called to Miss Isabel Thorne, Wlio with her companion, disappears. A ihot Is heard and Senor Alvarez of the Texlcan legation, Is f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 January 1912

1" ? > W Mys™® r$®0CTSmtjmmm "arCT^ THE ASPERMONT STAR RICHARD A. KcCARTY, E*ter. ASPERMONT. TEXAS Winter should take oare wear Itself out prwnaturaly. The happiest people ere tboee who haven't time to hate anybody. Horses have to smile a little wh«* they pass a blanketed automobile en* Sine. Weilesley college girls are said to have earned $6 as bootblacks, but what boots It? Last year the United States made 9111,000.000 worth of soap, which ought to put ua right up next to godll> ness. Mexico having bought 600 pianos from a Chicago Arm, we may look lor a long period of unrest across this border. 'The tip is an insult," says the Chi- cago Record-Herald. Insulting the waiter then is what keeps traveling men poor. A man asks a divorce after getting his own breakfast for twenty years— though this may not solve the break- fast question. Brooks' comet Is said to have two tails, but people who stay up lata enough to see It generally are able to see two comets. "A man Is middle-aged ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 January 1912

. KMSMlPi MM.W3 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 bou . at once, or at different times, we give you one of these Rocking Chairs for $1.50 and if your CASH purchases amount %o $50 during a period of 12 months, we will refund the $1.50 you have paid, thus giving you the Rocker ABSOLUTELY FREE. /tami Our Stock of Fall 8c 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. C. ROLLINS The Progressive Merchant Aspermorxt, Texas LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS -S. H. Winn was here Monday W. C. Scott was in town Mon- day. Jim Hahn did business in town Mon...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 January 1912

or For Farm Pasture Land in Sh «newall County SS * * i I 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 NOT SOLO UNDER ANY OTHER NAME.

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 January 1912

t NE | McCORD REALTY & ABSTRACT f COMPANY I * § Loan Money Make Abstracts Write Fire insurance Do Notary Work See Them LTjiTikTikTikTikTJIT'jwT^klTa Gibson Bros. Sell the Moon Bros. Buggy, the best on the market the money. a full line of Shelf Hardware, Carpen- ters tools, Cutlery, Enamelware, etc. Saddle Harness, all kinds of strap goods Harness Snop in Connection wr. PROFESSIONAL Ernest Herring LAWYER & ABSTRACTOR XVII- QUARRELS 49THREE hundred timeB the Imperial City of Rome witnessed th« ijl triumphant procession of her victorious generals celebrating conquests in all parts of the world, and for nearly a thousand fears she levied tribute upon throe continents; but, weakened by the quarrels of her Senators and the strife of her loaders, sh« booftme an easy prey to the barbarians. There is no more pitiful irmnd than the moan of a nation writhing in the throes of interna1 ItoMnsien. roduce Wanted! We pay the lugnest market price for '■ . i Turkeys, Chickens, Butter and Eggs...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 January 1912

s- «/..V ;~y ,./ mm m , , M li RATES: District Officers 10.00 County Officers 5.00 Precinct Officers 3.00 atirCaah In Advance. Nominees of theDemocratic Pri mariesJuly, 1911. For Sheriff: H. H. Hjli.. T. T. Gxnn The Texas Horse Th« Texas honw. as a utUlty utl- •Mi, «*celu those of any other atate 1b to Union. He has plowed our ttaMa, fovwrht our battles, and la the most tWthful of animal kind. Among Kit the animals he stands first ht -war, first in peace and first is the hearts of the people. W0 VALUE PER HEAD WO. The horse has contributed mors toward the progress of the country thaa any other animal and our phil- anthropists, as civiMsers, must all take ef* their hats to this dumb brute. Dwin* the past Quarter of a century he has (Ivan away more than half his occupations to the cause of science scientific discoverers and invent- ors are now operating in his remain- *n* territory, but he has more than h«M his own hj value and he is today tha unit of power by which all his competitor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 January 1912

v®} $ W&m £'f~'' ,^.t<#&\' #-fe'w £ IflHMEgl '^.'#5>- ■' ' -. Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Friday, January 12,1912. Vol, 14. Wo. 25 Banquet and Installation of Officers at Odd Fellows Hall. ta! The Odd Fellows Lodge enter- tained the members and quite a number of visitors a,t their lodge room Wednesady night. The program for the evening was the installation of officers and a ban- quet. The installotion ceremo- nies were very impressive. Dis- trict Deputy Grand Master R. S. Tillotson presided at the in- stallbtion and Joe Tanner was grand marshall. W. H. Strange was installed as noble grand, and Newman Payne as vice grand, and Ned Springer as recording secretary. Before the installa- tion ceremonies, D. S. McCord was called upon for a speech, and in his happy style he said many good things for the city and the Odd Fellows Lodge. Mr. Mc- Cord was cheered to the echo at conclusion of his address. After the installation cerem...

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