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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 January 1912

1 affiP® wMmm< >wm m MiHil mm ■mi THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday RICHARD H. McCARTY, - Editor Subscription Si.00 A Year Gaterod at the Postoftkv at Asperaont Texas, us second.class mail matter Four Issues One Month ■M h&M : ■v;'',: KHWwrM3M0ii "^bbbbsm |g|g|l THOUGHT. The unsolved problem of the ages has been the mystery of the human mind. As yet we know little about this unseen essence you call Mind. The higher crit- ics claim that the mind and the soul are one and the same. Be that as it may, it is not the pur pose of this article to discuss that phase of the subject. To say the least of it, very fevy men in this world have ever thought se- riously. The great majority of the race of re ve journeyed from the c> > the grave without serio: meditation upon the things of this life. AH along down the ages the few have thought for the many. Medita- tive thought is a rare jejvel, in- deed. The man who thinks, is the master of men and destiny, and all matter be...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 January 1912

■PPMjS^ I mmm. :i 1 4 4 n ,T & J *' A * * * * ■ ^*#&< w?■ ■•'' si I I ■• jflSg I I H , V-J Pasture Land County * This Land is Situated in Loving County, Texas, all in one body. Due the State, $2.90. Tfcte H Land is Classed as Agricultural Land. 80 Per Cent Farm Land. Every Foot Good Grass LaiHl i i <w- For Further Information Address "SIS "h-:X SPl safer M&iz 'm$8m ■■■p. ■>',, vBHIRBHL, ■>■■■■ i ■* i. ®s s s ■ ' -v \ 1 :J &

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 January 1912

a HBHSSPS iMMi4 ■ i• ffl mmmm S^^pHHPHRslai-'SI ' t| MSSsSlS SSS g$t IM _?,v*' SiF 3' IIMP li- 3 c" 1 fej'-'r ®g§ ... |P|, 11 mmm gmmmssm Utility Dress Gingham per yd, 10c Apron Checks at per yard 61c A. F. C. Princess Madras Satin Damask, au p™^ " " 12 c Golden Gate Zephyr Gingham %lc We sell "Monarch" Hosiery, Knit to Fit, and Fit to Wear ^ When in Our Store ask to See Our 36-inch Messalines, Price, $1 Per Yard The Cash Man % ox© The Old Songs. "Bo you know what I wonder sometimes?"' said the middle- aged man. "I wonder if anv of the songs of the present day will live ia the minds of the voung people who sing them now to arouse pleasant recollections in them fifty years from now. "Do you see what I mean? I know; I guess, forty songs— twenty anyway—that we used to sing when I was a youth that we all thought were lovely. Some of these had come down to us Srom older time* and they are still living, and I suppose will keep on living.. But there were ■other songs, written in that day, ...

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

"*Hi ri.•, .a!. & V I £ I 'I? %g:0 :i§ v,k;-;': MHM '■ Slfll! w4 IWwBM ■L.-MK ffif For the patronage they have given me during the past year, and to request a continuance of same during 1912. If you are one of my customers 1 want your business. If you are not I want to show you the most complete stock of Groceries, Hardware, J That Has Ever Been Shown in Str^wall County WOW IS THE TIME T:~ To break land and you will need aSUCCESS SULKY Sulky with which We have full stock Middle Busters, Turning Plows, Points, Etc A beautifnl Reed Rocker with every $50 cash purchase, ABSOLUTELY FREE, Or with every $25 cash purchase and $1.50. N. G. ROLLINS LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS ★ B. R. Buchanan did business in • city this week. S. H. Winn was on our streets i this week. G. A. Hicks was down from Peacock Tuesday. J. E, Hudson was down from : Swenson this week. B. W. Funderdurg was down from Grotan Tuesday. L. M. Bilberry was in town ' Tuesday. I. N. McClaren marketed cot- ton in the city this w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 January 1912

WiWili ^ fel& "i 1 * ,i jjji - | .■' V..:i.' ; "•' • m® W^vsbwB#' ■.?%< wilt! Hit *Wki ;.IKirtriefc Offle«rs County CHRcers.. Precinct Officers *f"C«al« In Advance. W.00 5.00 xoo 9 ■yrzx :■& Nominees of theBemocrattc Pri- maries July. 1 911. f For Sheriff: H. H. Hux, - ' ■ T. T. Gikn Eor County Treasurer JESSK H. FOKP Texas Wheat *%• lncrsaae In the world whMI •ereage has not kept up with the la- l «*Me In population during the post f *«oade and students of economy t«ll : a Out vg muit Increase our wheat acreage or face a bread famine. Ac- cording to estimates of the Federal | agiicultural department's re porta, la , 1111 the wheat fields of - the world J harvested 3.M7.4M.OOO hushed which ■■f Makes 1.5 bushels per capita. In j Vexaa we raised XS.7SO.OOO bushels. Which Is approximately five bushels yer capKa. WttlM 4 An eammlnaUon of the wheat acre- age planted In Texas each year Car the past three years show* an Irregu- lar and volcanlo condition. la ItOt we harreated 03...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 January 1912

in.: irri.. A ffe ■«i«ia ■ ii i.iih iii j inn ,im ii |^ j 0 ) the patronage they have given me during the past year, and to request cmtinuance of same during 1912. If you are one of my customers I want r business. If you are hot I want to show you the most complete stock of Goods, Hardware, To break land and you will need a SUCCESS SULKY Sulky with which We have full stock Middle Busters, Turning Plows, Points, Etc at Has Ever Been Shown in Storwall County S THE Till beautiful Reed Rocker with every $50 cash purchase, ABSOLUTELY FREE, r with every $25 cash purchase and $1.50. C. ROLLINS sifif 1 • l 11111 n M • • Hj Wwwk lip §P ;#®1 McKenzie Mr. and Mrs. D. W Crotan down were a business ,veek. lesday for over from >wn from down from week. m Swenson, nday. did business e your grass f8. business in I visited Miss /eek. was up trom ay. usiness in the Miss Alta Thomas returned Monday from Dickens. Dr. Annis made a business trip to Abilene this week. Buster Rimes was down down from Bra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 January 1912

' M \ : M saillB-aiBB MMl sm . :'.-■■■.■ % r " • • - , m RATES; ;:'sW !*$&$ ifefflflE M i . <; 1 - '< ' «;• :2I m>- f m if&ik M §mi Wm&$& 'mm 10.00 ■■■■■.. 5.00 . Awft otecers .; r 3.00 . avCasti In Advance. Nominees of tbeDemocratic Pri- maries July. 1911. For Sheriff: H. H. Hat.. T. T. Gi«n Kor County Treasurer * Jesse B. Ford OUR INDUSTRIAL NEEDS «00,000,000 Wanted (or Cotton MHis-NoedMl Fadorlt* Will Colt Billion Dollars Texas Heeds Great Men XXV. COURAGE MtfHEN Julius Caesar was crossing the sea with his army 113 a storm arose, threatening to destroy the ships and badly frightened, the despairing sailors were in the act! of returning to the harbor when Caesar stepped upon the deck and said, "Fear not, Caesar is with you." The ship ef progress meets many a stormy sea in Texas and sometimes those who man the boats are tempted to return to still waters, but "Fear not, the Commercial Secretaries are with you." Courage is the nurse of genius and Caesar was t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 18 January 1912

. ' f r t i ex- is full ( i Dress < ( 9 on m r, Prop 4 lties and Texas. lay NG stable STABLE I CHAM etor igs. Special 5 on Hand. JW -mi' ??,-'■ Si-.v'. ■ ■Pfli Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, January 18,1912. Vol. 14. No/26 Aspermont Missionary Society On Tuesaay afternoon, Jan. 9, the Woman's Missionary Society of M. E. Church met for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year. The officers elected were as follows: President—Mrs- N. G. Rollins. 1st Vice President—Mrs. Ma- bel Senter. 2nd Vice President—Miss Eu- la Mae Rollins. 3rd Vice President—Mrs. J. E. Davis. 4th Vice President—Mrs. A. A. Annis. . Corresponding Secretary.— Mrs. J. C. Link. Recording Secretary.—Mrs. Mable Owsley. " Conference Treasurer,—Mrs. S. R. Lanier. Local Treasurer.—Mrs. C. C. Riddel. Press Reporter and agent for Missionary Voice.—Mrs. W. L. Foote, We have entered into this year with very much energy and de- termination to make this the b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 18 January 1912

iiSit pliw v "tf- sw jfet, '• f/ • Hfiii •- ; H ft:-? THE ASPERMONT STAR Pii*ii*l|etf Every Thursday RTCHABO H. McCATtTY, Editor Subscription $1.00 A Yaar Entered at the Postofttce at Aspermont Texas, as second.class mail matter Four Issues One Month Twenty-Five Years Hence. m: |p The other dav as we sat in our humble and illy furnished sanc- tum, with our feet cocked up on a soap box, and vSmoking our af- ter-dinner cob pipe and Big Bale tobacco, this thought came whizz- ing through our think tank: "What will be the condition of the world 25 years hence?" And while sitting thus and thinking of the great changes that have taken place in the last decade, we said to our self: The wildest drear- .in not foretell what is in si for the human race twenty-tive years hence. Telegraph wire, the motor car, the aeroplane the steam engine are only the stepping stones to a greater civilization. They are only the toys with which the children of men have been ex- perimenting. There are facul- ties...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 25 January 1912

;®af mi M j: * X m nMs mmmmmsm %■.■■<'?& -yMh ■V. :■•■:■ is Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, January 25,1912. Vol. 14. No. tt LARGEST IN THE WORLD Contains Over One Million Acres. Mrs. King is Called "Cattle Queen of America.', From a Waif on Streets of New York He Migrated West, and Became Founder and Owner of This Vast Cattle Ranch, Now Valued At Fifty Million Dollars. There is no story in the finan- cial world that reads more like a romance or pure fiction, than the story of the man who found- ed the great King ranch in south- west Texas. In the founding and building of this empire with- in itself, Capt. King became one of the largest individual land- holders in the world. In the beginning of his career Capt. King was a waif on the streets of New York. He finally got a position on an ocean steam- er as a cabin boy, and worked bis way up and became an able seaman. In 1845, when Uncle Sam had a misunderstanding with our s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 25 January 1912

m ' m mjjjjgi jj&f '' '% ,: ifi^iiMiiS!if§ 77 H -ML m i I/ . ililwli 'mm ASK H. %?ptevi 3.. - « ■ ':iW'!>- ?SBS: 5= n THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursda: RTCHAR© H. McCARTY, 7- Editor Subscription 91.00 A Yur Entered at the I'ostortke at Aspermont Texas, as second.class mail matter Four Issues One Month ■iii is The Imagination of A Country Editor. It is one of the talents that goes with the country newspaper business, and the man that is devoid of it is just a thing sitting on the tripod. We have known a great many newspaper men who didn't have * this talent They are what is generally term ed in journalism as commercial vampires. They make a success financially, but otherwise they are failures in one of the great- est of all the callings—Country Journalism, That talent which we are talking about is Imagina tion. One can no more run s country weeklysuccessfully with' out a good stock of imagination than a fiction writer can write a book of fiction and leave the love st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 25 January 1912

a | §§l . §11 f isMsitgif IBl il S^# ■-?!£& ', -VlJ ■ . « I :■ ;?;■ -f: ntion. eased Cy f •5? miiXa **** ict| * fork TaT^T, TTTT st on rpen- tc. ection eaves i1 umm ml H I $ smsm ssife31 Utility Dress Gingham per yd, 10c a. f. c. " " « i > JL >'•■ . ■■■^/ Golden Gate Zephyr Gingham 8fc Apron Checks at per yard 61c Princess Madras Satin Damask, au pure?.™ u We sell "Monarch" Hosiery, Knit to Fit, and Fit to Wear When in Our Store ask to See Our 36-inch Messalines, Price, $1 Per Yard § J. A: CARROLL, Th3 Cash Man | OT0XOXOXOX®XOX®XOXOX«XOXOX©X0X«X^ >X«X X X X XoX«xo oxo CRISIS PAST. Year Starts With Cheap Money and With Confi- dence Growing. Investors have been more con- cerned during the past year with the doings of politicians and the •courts than with the earnings of •corporations. Prices have moved violently both down and up with little regard to actual values. Much unnecessary alarm was 'created by attacks on capital, for the event has proved these at- tacks were lar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 25 January 1912

msm. I r ■ <j. ■''IfeWw^ "".7" H T ~~ r 1~ ~~— T ftk% ■ <*•$'■%" j, 5v_ wK 'j i " Sffil For Farm Pasture Land County 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 TEXAS iMHi msm MS m LO< /■ / AP Milton /Sunday. B. M. I 'Saturday S. H. T ^Saturday Kill vo ?the grass D. N. -dav this R. A. • town Sal BUI G town Sat Prof. ■ city Satu E. B. I city Satt H Mi OHana tl Sam 1 Haskell! Brack Stamfon C. E. Swenson c. l: i Cretan tl L. M. Oriana t J. S. -streets tl W. J. streets tl F. M. the city 1 - Come i the Wes They wi;

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 25 January 1912

)...?■■/ ' V--. 'Virlrv'ri'-*MlS Ife'i' '*'&'■?'*'■■ wZ1 Us |w|W y ^>-..>>.7,?-r-l;''-":',':,vl> -l-yy -i ■: : ^SPI Slllsi? Mi ■?;■ !". r; P5#b#S I For the patronage they have given me during the past year, and to request a continuance of same during 1912. If you are one of my customers I want your business. If you are not ^ want to show you the most complete stock of That Has Ever Been Shown in Stonewall County NQW IS THE TIME To break land and you wilt need a SUCCESS SULKY Sulky with which to do it. We have full stock Middle Busters, Turning Plows, Points, Etc \ A beautiful Reed Rocker with every $50 cash purchase, ABSOLUTELY FREE, Or with every $25 cash purchase and $1.50. ROLLINS * /■ LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS ★ - Milton McCord went to Spur /Sunday. B. M. Green did business here 'Saturday. S. H. Winn was on our streets ^Saturday. Kill your prairie dogs and save ;the grass. D. N. White was in -town one -dav this week. R. A. Oakes did business in • town Saturday. BU...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 25 January 1912

mmm iH mmm. mW ■ Bffl 1 v:-vv hi liH ■1 -./ ?X Wl1 ' wmmtmw'mmwmw¥ wi MM: "viPl professional f - Ernest Herring LAWYER 4 ABSTRACTOR ■special Attention to Examining and Perfecting Land Title*. Notary | Public la OIHoa Office upstairs over First National Bank, Aspermont, Texas. ¥ '> US Hi la imm mSSSm IP I , I, ■■„. ...u.UhL */y / if,s: *>* ' iliiliit ■■-.-".'V-iiv-'. ■ - H COLUMN trr, ;rato^3BWMPPHP ©Jstrict Officers 10.00 ®«uaty Officers 5.0ft' .f^Wipet,;Offieers.:........ 3.00 In Advance. Nominees of theDemocratic Pri- maries July, 1911. *.r. WUkw.MC 0. C. (Harrington. Ml D j[>rs.WILS0N & CARRINGT0N Physicians and Surgeons Surgical Work a Specialty OFFICE: —at the Star Drug Stars VI. JORDAN, H. D. Physician and ^Surgeon, Office at Aspermont Pharmacy ASPERMONT. T TEXAS A. A. ANN1S ... Dentist... Office over Star*Drug Store Aspermont,; Texas For Sheriff: H. H. Hill, T. T. Gistn Fred Skntkr Eor County Treasurer Jesse B. Ford favors, and hoping that we may be favored with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 1 February 1912

is teni 11 >< •' >4' iBis S - ' , , . ■ ! -^4 in ex- . The is lull I Dress ggs> \ Prop ties; and lay ~T"" "V.. G "V '' STABLE (HAM >r , . Special n Hand. m '■> Richard H. McCarty, EOitor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, February l, 1912. Vol.14. NO. 28 THE CATALOGUE HOUSES ARE BECOMING A MENACE To the Country Merchants. As High as Three Hundred Dollars Per Day Go Out of Aspermont to the Catalog Houses. The gravest question that con- fronts the country merchants today is the catalog houses. In the last ten years they have made 'great inroads on this class of trade. If the Parcels Post meas- ure should become a law, the country towns would almost be- come extinct. As a rule, the editor of this paper is always optimistic about the condition of affair in his town and country: but when the fact is stuck under our nose that as high as three b«ndred dollars per day leave this town and county to buy goods in foreign territory, to say the least of...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 1 February 1912

8BSffl®sls V: IM I ■ 'i..? • .'■ ®^ShS„ ,- kapafe ■r ' >L"~ Sal ■<•■ lili THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday RICHARD II. xM.cCARTV, Editor Subscription $>.00 A Year (intern! at the PostolFeo at A'V^rtnpnt Texas, as second,class rmiii matter Four Issues One Month Treatment of Meningitis. To the Houston Post. I have had some experience with meningitis, which rtsight prove valuable to%vour readers. I once lived at Cleburne. A farmer came to the store and proceeded to tell of the experi- ence he had with two cases in his family. He had two grown daughters. The first one took, the disease, the doctor was called in and the girl died. The other girl took. He, the father, imme- diately applied turpentine to •' entire spinal column and v.. applying a flannel ekth over gpine he rubbed the spine with a hot iron. I listened to his narra- tive with interest. It happened a year of so afterwards that 1 had a similar case at home. .VI v son, eight or nine years .old, took the dise...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 1 February 1912

wfpp? rug line at as 25c each .00 each .25 each o mention, be pleased nacy | iTjt.TjhTjk'TjtiT-'w'TjLT i * ! ■ I:' As- our now plete • r you St Co TRACT | * ince y Work ie best on , Carpen- ire, etc. Connection sket leaves " V '': • <■' JflStf ,r/ 4 f / ' 1 i <>■!' *, KM '.JWAWIJW-1. gfcwtww «..w 8 tility Dress Gingham per yd, 10c , F. C. " a " " 121c olden Gate Zephyr Gingham 8Jc Apron Checks at per yard 6\c Princess Madras a a 10c Satin Damask, a« Pm-egunen u 50c We sell "Monarch" Hosiery, Knit to Fit, and Fit to Wear lien in Our Store ask to See Our 36-inch Messalines, Price, $1 Per Yard A: CARROLL, The Cash Man 8 iiYoYoToTiToToToToTttT^ToioI^I^M^M^ oxoxo jOM corn. eage of good soil for easing each year by a up and cultivated are advised to less- it heretofore plant- the question at once :lf, what can we sub- ie quick money crop i serving us so well p in line with the 1 farm cultivation so not be obliged to be onal expense in buv- lements and increas- n power for its cul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 1 February 1912

kww t§k>yii mm Sir S ■B wSHH > mm* |||i ^3 This Land is Situated in Loving County, Texas, air in one body. Due the State, $2.90. Thi Land is Classed as Agricultural Land. 80 Per Cent Farm Land. Every Foot Good Grass Lan| For Further Information Address

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 1 February 1912

mm§m mm M ■ PwwomM For the patronage they have given me during the past year, and to request a continuance of same during 1912. If you are one of my customers ! want your business. If you are not I want to show you the most complete stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Implements That Has Ever Been Shown in Stonewall rounty ETIME To break land and you wi!5 need a SUCCESS SULKY Sulky with which to do it. We have full stock Middle Busters, Turning Plows, Points, Etc A beautiful Reed Rocker with every $50 cash purchase, ABSOLUTELY FREE, Or with every $25 cash purchase and $1.50. ROL LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS N. S.'Lundey was down from Peacock Saturday. M. F. Aycock did business in the city Saturday, J, A, Wbitten was on our streets this week. Jock Paramore was down from his King county ranch Saturday. E. V. Sellers went out to his -ranch this week. Prof. Mell D. 'King1 was on our streets Saturday. J. E. Hudson was down from 'Swenson Saturday. D. N. White did business in •the city Sa...

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