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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 1 February 1912

sflHRMMSHMOT vlSii•vAjt,j,r^-,^:y,-J|||gy||8 Sti ,.,j :: m mi ijsis /'V";i.; &<$$ @1 pf ii •;-'■•• -"'. me*4M> i^Mik&i'A a ' Ernest Herring . #&v iJJ.*' ) "i ' '"'' \ 't LAWYER & ABSTRACTOR EfPPecUl Attention to Examining and INwfecting Land Titles. Notary IPubite tn Office Office upstairs over First National Bank, Aspermont, Texas. ar.wumi.MP D. C. Carrtagton. M O Drs.WILSON & CARRINGTON Physicians and Surgeons Surfioal Work a Specialty OFFICE;--«t Ida Star Drug Store VI. JORDAN, I. 8. Physician and Surgeon, Office at Aspermont Pharmacy A9PERMQNT. • TEXAS A. A. ANN1S ...Dentist... Office over SiarJDruo Store Aspermont," Texas JAS. P. KINNARD, ATTORN EY-AT-t-AW Will practice in the Courts of Stone- wall and adjoining counties Haskell. Texas J. M. Carter, Lawyer Practice in Stonewall and adjoin- ing counties. NOTARY IN OrriCE Office N. W- otCourthouMi. Aspermont. Texas W. T. DANIEL LAWYER & ABSTRACTER LAND TITLES Examined West Side Square, Aspermont* Tex...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 8 February 1912

mm *■ i 1 ILE M xial d. fremiti Richard H. McCarty, Editor and U Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, February 8,1912. liviKg |p ITS CAUSE AND EFFECT Extravagance And Non-Production are The Main Causes. American Extravagance is The Marvel and V/onder of the Civilized World. Why is living so high? TheiThe trouble with us is we buy demagogue hasciimbed upon the everything and sell nothing. stump and yelled himself hoarse trying to explain to the rabble that it is the tariff. But over in England, France, Germany and all the islands of the sea, where they have no tariff the same cry is going up—The high cost of living. Of course, if we import- ed our breadstuff, our bacon, and our beef, cotton and wool, the four staples of wear and diet, we might charge it up to the tariff. But instead of importing this stuff, we export it. American extravagance and non-production lie at the root of this evil. The people are mov- ing to the cities and the rural districts are becoming depopu- lated. Of cou...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 8 February 1912

::K; ufei'iuiV^r-Vfutiijii j7'- Jii;.VIL. V^inaiitr Published Every Thursday RICHARD H. McCARTY, - Editor Subscription 81.00 A Y«ar Entered at the Portoftice at Asiwrmont Texas, as second-class mail matter Eour Issues One "Month If the farmer just would, they could force the price of cotton up to 20 cents. But will ihey The political pot in Texas has commenced to boil. We hear .the cry of thief and robber on everv hand. w ip|||L In his address to:democrats of America, Henry Watterson spoke like a dictator. Watterson is an impute! ve fellow, goe* off on a tangent every once in a while. You remember he kicked out of of the party when Cleveland and: Bryan were nominated. There is no doubt but what Wall street is backing Harmon. The interests consider him a safer man than Wilson. Well, now, Mr. Fan-tier you going to help v year, or are you gvr, the cotton bears? are this help If we raise a b!g cotton crop this year, the price will go down to 5 cents. Are you going to pitch a big crop, M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 8 February 1912

S8HI IfjlfSlS h I •:V;-1 ) *: i ( > t X': in i- )n 3 ® «n K. >A,. A. JK.. *.^k jA Cfc <> O O O <> <> <> O O <>00<> * iiiii—miihii ii hi i mini ► AAA •■ «a a ra «®r ? * J ' .*! * IJ" "■ *<>"• ■ • • yfwMy^dHnta iwMk s New CALL AND SEE THEM Utility Dress Gingtiam per yd, 10c A. F. C. " a " " I2\c Golden Gate Zephyr Gingham Sic Apron Checks at per yard 6\c Princess Madra u a Satin Damask, All PureJjLinen U 10c 50C M We sell "Monarch" Hosiery, Knit to Fit, and Fit to Wear rhen in Our Store ask to See Our 36-inch Messalines, Price, $1 Per Yard J. A: CARROLL, The Cash M?n The Faithful Dog. ' ' v.| ' New Yofk Evening Mail. Now ^ve are told of a plebeian ir Conecticut, who refuses lis master's grave. Like King Ed ward!s dog, he marched iuneral train, but he re- attempts to induce him to go hime with the survivors. dog up to leave in the listed all King E with the mystery zles the And dog wer dward's dog returned mourners. That great which puzzl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 8 February 1912

j 81 mime: ■wn iii^f!i gjr - • llM p M -■'■■■ -V' ;■ • li^fllW .T„r '-:, '¥• ■■ spH if; a w1;; lt« fJ,!^ W- .'.'^ .'J*.-*'■-'>'/ '-'• -J uli fcggMiil'&Mt WHMR Sp®| MM* WmfcimW'l ■ iifilfwK aiaiiitiuMi - 1 SMPteWfifetB Mm 11' ■ ■ f For Farm Or Pasture Land Stonewall 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 wmm ^I " rovwi "fer the such as fallen fr these f< often ea daily v food. I rabbits all casei neglect efficient Your ford hit such as I etc. Th green co as is stal culent 1 bits and crop abc ever in ji " Poisoi eral wa . namely: water i during < ingpois< get it. original] Ohio E ... given; go sulphate part bor ten part apply to or by dii poisoned Wash< number various being el The disa is that h and ma! the appl to find which v Rabbits their fo tree wi)l it. On tines an ducts ri given g<...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 15 February 1912

if rv .... : < PfBWHiiiB «ii ian We® m <S\ V'tf^fiiaS "-V-: mm* mm : Ik - v -V Jay/Si? ISliA 'm 9* 7''-*S County, Texas, Thursday, February 15,1912. Vol. 14. ippi 3&..-a&fetta • ' V • :• MfeW From Rab- ool Children JfliiP . J^ >b[ *}, sm, are very particular as to what they eat, and feed only oil vegetable matter. They pre- ter the more succulent kinds, such as vegetables, clover, alfalfa. Mien fruit, etc. When none of these foods are available they often eat the bark of trees, espe- cially when snow covers other food. It is ver y easy to prevent rabbits from injuring trees, and all cases of damage are due to neglect rather than to a lack of efficient remedies. Your premises should not af- ford hiding placeB for rabbits, such as briar patches, brush piles etc. This is not meant to include greeji cover crops in the orchard; as is stated above, green and suc- culent food is preferred by rab- bits and an orchard with a cover crop above the snow is seldom if ever injure...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 15 February 1912

® ' < V Hi ..' 'V,' '," ?f< «'v , V-f-, .'CM-Ss 1 -> i • •*• ^ i 1 4 Ik ' ■ " ' -,.o-: ■M mam m TTT^v $1.00 A Y«ar •> i klflltel. :- ": I :-;?:w Sm 3j$Wjk :^v ■•";•'• Enters at the Postofttee at Aspwujont Texas, as second, class matte*' '■"?}■ $ ' . ■! Four Issues Ont Month ? tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmvmmm It now looks like Teddy Roose veH was going to have a land Slide. mmmmmsss^sssssss If we owned a bull pup and he should slip off and go to a politi- cal meeting; and bark with the crowd, we'd break his neck with a bean pole. Henry Watterson has crawled in his shell in his winter home down in the Florida everglades, and Woodrow Wilson is waxing warmer with the masses alt the While. There's only one man in this world who can get and hold the undivided attention of the crowd —that's the political howler. He is a welcome guest in everv household. Talk to the motley herd about industrial development and they will go to sleep on you, but climb on the stump and make a p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 15 February 1912

W$Mam iSlSftfe I ' ' ' I W *fW«.«!*Sg;Mi i _ Jtm ;, . '■ 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 I want to show you the most complete stock of iSS® MBmSm Ik iiRi That Has Ever Been Shown in Stone" il County To break land and you will 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. ROLL LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS ★— Fred Senter went to Stamford Friday. Sam Pierson went to Javton iSunday. Alex Grav went to Peacock- Monday. T. J. Abbott was on our streets Tuesday. S. S. McCord wade a trip west 'this week. Bob Fielder did business in the ►city Tuesday. W. M. Sandtin was in town one day this week. Crume Riddel went to Swen- •son this week. Keep it in mind about killing those pairie ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 15 February 1912

llfl I . > J 2b .m If • <. JL«^_ ■HsiMv- '* ■ sMMf JWHSSSAfe. K Ernest.: Herring LAWYER & ABSTRACTOR Especial Attention to Examining and Perfecting Land Titles. Notary IPuMic In Office Office upstairs over First National Bank, Aspermont, Texas. ■. V, Witom. MO p. C. Carrlaptan. M D Drs. WILSON & CARRINGTON Physicians )and Surgeons Surgical Work a Specialty OFFICE:—at tha Star Drug Store II. JORDAN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, Office at Aspermont Pharmacy ASPERMONT. TEXAS A. A. ANNIS ... Dentist... Office over Star^Drng Store Aspermont'Texas RATES: District Officers County Officers Precinct Officers la Advance. Nominees of theDemocratic Pri- maries July. 1911. For Sheriff: H. H. Hill. T. T. Ginn Frkd Senter For County Treasurer Jesse B. Ford S. R. Djtckey J. M. V. Bullock For Public Weigher. Matt Osborn Allen Askey For County Judge. W. J. Arrington MS. P. KINNARD, ATTORN EY-AT-L.AW Will practice in the Courts of Stone- wall and adjoining counties Haskell. Texas J. M. C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 February 1912

BSMM ■ I ta ;i f id tf;1v i-ffifc HH M I m r ffiiir s&M mx *■:: <>:; H ,JW ■SSbsf "■"pflISi Spit 1 « ** ; Vol 14. =53 a Us iccial id. r HS One of the exciting epi- 'WtWM''' - badger to death: „_. sawtbeprdstrate for-. „w. badger, limp and dead, he was 'heard to exclaim: "By G-~. for y special benefit." eodes that has happened in A permont in many a day was the In Memory of Boley Brown. A - -« ' W: Mshaft, r°XVr tvl a t!h b«" *"M« fkeo Wic - * I road near Clairemont to mark the The court o'clock. clous animal' The court house boys captured the varmint in the wilds of Double Mountain. It was a kind of motley color, with a ring around its neck, and a scrapper from Bitter creek, the most vicious specimen of the badger tribe. The hardest scrap- ping dog in town was chosen to I ,WaS one OI tn^se ^Ieal meet the badger on the field of Ihearted c0?vmen wbose 1,fe glory t6 do and die. At the ap pointed hour the combatants were on the ground ready forac tion. The badger was well cage...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 February 1912

sssii m As an-* Ssar has no i ■ 'iiiui an ■ % gp Put it world will 5 H. McCARTY, Editor take at If you have anything to sell anv bargains to offer this public,' how will the buying public know You can 9100 A Y««r better hurrv as this opportunity will onTv last a short while. the Aspermo at Phar Entered at the Postofflce at Aspermont Texas, as second.class mail matter unless you put it in the 5>tar? jaBSsg WiuuunwOqy Issues Month The Asperajont Strfr ia the best advertising- medium in west Texas. If you have got anything to sell, why don't you put It in the Star? F1IMSS ilife MfelM & a Tfte Democracy of Woodrow Wilson. Woodrow Wilson, governor of New Jersey, and a candidate for the nomination of the democratic party for president, is not one of your modern, every day demo- crats, but instead, he is the old fashion kind. He imbibed his democracy from the masters of the old school of democracy- He doesn't only preach it from the political stump, but in his busi- ness relations w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 February 1912

ion. j* *4 ised y ^ mm O >rk ^ i>r^' \ t on ►en- :tion ■Mi wrriaw in while IB d by- a railroadj r stood on a bridge looking at water rushing over a dam iw. They had been walking pleasure and stopped on the lge, which is not far from a ve. The noist of th rushing :ers prevented them irom ring the trkin and the curve vented the locomotive engi a -1 from seing them until it was n late. ' The incident recalls a state- out of lion. Brovyn P. Lee of hi Angelo, refcentiy published i the Texas Press. Mr. Lee ,tes figures showing that 130 out f 279 persons killed by Texas ail road trains last year were repassers, and that 49,113 < lassers were killed in the United tates, being 76 per cent of all illed in the operation of railroad rains during a 10-year pefiod. vs be suggests, somethihg ought !o be done to stop the trespassing upon railroads. Human life is coo valuable to be sacrificed by carelessness. Besides, there is au element of rank injustice in requiring a railway company to d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 February 1912

mm 81P |: 1 H 1" 'SeWm Si t t£w * Stonewall County There is no better farming land in Texas than there is in Stonewall .County, We have a diversity of soil in this county. We have the red sandy land the black hog wallow land, and in the west and north parts there is a belt of shinnery land running across the county. This is the fruit and vegetable belt. It is adapted to raising all kinds fruits, Peaches Pears, Apricots, Plums and Grapes of all varieties do well. For truck Farming this land can not be beaten in Texas, and it is fast develop- ing into a Truck Patch and Vineyard. The red and hog* wallow lands in Stonewall county are adapted to the raising of Wheat and Oats, Corn, Milo Maize, Sorghum And The Best Cotton Land in the South. It will make from a quarter to half a bale of Cotton every year, and every once ina while and quite often it will make a bale of cotton per acre. Land in this county has made a much larger yield than the above, but of course, this is an abnormal crop. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 February 1912

M pMi -«"• i-'.'." mmmmm I ^MkIIWI '$ ?«$£$$& ssstaif"A ' ' ■- •■',''■■.;V ' "'V 'i'M^*ei*8iEaSiai*6M@iMSES if ■* JUKI '/ w^fWlSwwfiSI nmmmsm . * «-. . s If iH #i ui# 1 .- Custoi iHs V^Bl ....... ' <■" ■ 8M&< ejpslft ™ , - a ■ For the patronage they haye 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 •• ; * .. :5.3 - '■ " > m 1 Dry Goods, Groceries, II P ' That Has Ever Been in ■ ;!4SJ e^H MM NAW IC TUE TIME To break land andyou will need a SUCCESS SULKY Sulky NUYY 15 1 lit 11 IT it to do it. We have full stock Middle Busters, Turning Plows, A beautiful Reed Rocker with every $50 cash purchase, ABSOLUTELY FREE, Or with every $25 cash purchase and $1.50. I If m mmmm Ji i ■ mMmm m Ummm mm h LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS ★ Mart Abbott was in our city "Saturday. Prof. R. J. King1 was up from Mattie Saturday. Miss Levie Hu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 22 February 1912

"•as silfi . ■lr^- IllllfflS®||ip® sas mus \* -, *>-i^f " -;'s l-"'. "•• O^V-Uv •-. ;. '-■:■■■■:>. :h LAWYER Perfecting Lund THi**. Wotwylf'pMte^ Qffloe upstairs <f '' ~" Bank, Aspermont, mwimtki Physicians ^ / Ottffta«tWmk«< OFFICE:—«t the Star w*HB Physician arid Office at Aspermont Phg «.' *. v' /,: - ' i- ; ASPERMONT. - T ■ kbbh a jssb t suiik; . _ _ _ !MS®jSS« y f f;■* v*|$f|||lj| ' ^': -Jtt ?/ ?3}®! iJaly. 1011. tariff: K ' H,'Bk Hux. T. T. GINN ^gSMe SKNtEW For County Treasurer ^Sfe88Ki'5 Ford S. R, Dickey , J. M. V. Bullock A. A. ANN1S iS iSlH Office over Star - Aspermon N iblic Weigher. Matt Osborn Allen Askev Preston Abbott. W"J.\.■■'■>i !,■ 'in' .i ■ ■'. «■ ' «■.... ~ -.-.... For County Judge. W. J. Abrington v ,-~,v„y..$t<r .yi'm u>m iniq t ■ i ihm, ■ ■-., ■ r, i ,, For County & District Clerk R. S. Tillotson For Tax Assessor J. C. Rash fffclHH Will practice in the Courts of Stone- wall and adjoining counties Haskell. Texas , ' M.. ijI'L'j^BB For...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 February 1912

*■« 51 Wi -! the ii! tion an> foot wil Later- One of the most sensational ""J trials in the history of criminal [or. 1 jurisprudence in the state of [crjn.fr ' Texas terminated tn the district f*d f°ot court at Fort Worth last Satur- «e bo- day night. J. B, Sneed was tried "im 0 1 for the killing of A. G. Boyce. The trial lasted four weeks. The case was given to the jury last Saturday night, and up to ,L °n this time the jury is still out with i ues a no hope of verdict. As we see it the court should hold this jury until they render a verdict. This case has cost the state of Texas something like five hun- dred thousand dollars and by all means the jury should find a yer- dict. It is reported that tbey stand 7 to 5, but no one knows how. Socialist Mass meeting. By the power vested in me as secretary of the socialist party of Stonewall county, I do hereby call a mass meeting of socialists to convene at the court house in Aspermont, Saturday, March 16, at 1:30 p. m., for the purpose...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 February 1912

Th • .11, ' 19il rtchard h. Mccarty, , ' i~— f^. j Entered at Ttuxiiki as mail matter Month 1>1 Issues The Country Editor. F rom a fin anc ial stand poi n t ,al 1 along down the ages, he has been a failure. He can live on less, work harder, and through thick and thin, wear the smite of opti- mism. He is easily worked; give him a little taffy about what a nice sheet he is getting" out, and he will give you at least a two- column writeup as free as water running down a corn row. He can take a whole durned town on his shoulders and walk down the street like a whirlwind looking for business, and never even grunt about it. He can get out and chase all over town looking for a news item, and walk forty miles to run the blame thing down, and possibly when he finds it, it is a booat for some dog- goned old delinquent subscriber who hasn't paid him a dollar in 10 years, nor never spoke a kind word for bis paper in his life, but all the same the news item goes. He will get up and holler lou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 February 1912

... * ii ' m H* «& r'Wv^W-- ' 1 m , s, ^ y?4F i SBi For the patronage they a continuance of same i your business. If you are p A beautiful Reed Rocker > Or with every $25 cash p • ; LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS ★ J. D. Hargis is a new subscrib- er to the Star. J. H. Burnett was 011 our streets Monday. u°r_ Martin was in town ,vas in town this s was in town Satur- Ruby Jones was shopping . city Saturday.# donroe Gholston was in town lis week. M. V. Guest did business in the citv Saturday. ■ Jim Hahn was down from Bra- zos Vallev Saturday. Dr, W. M. McLaury was down ifrom Clairemont this week. H. T. Griffin was on our streets ■Saturday P. Brady came in from Snyder Sunday. H. T. Griffin came in from Stamford Sunday. L. H. Perkins did business in the city this week. Miss Grace Riddel visited kin- folks at Swenson this week. Will Crowder came in Satur- day from the east. Stonewall Jackson was doing bueincss with our merchant* this Good farm | miles north of Aspermont for rent. For fur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 February 1912

sSmuSrn ' '..''j Xasf-"i : :i ii HI® IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. \ cellent line of Suit Ml '•"Pi'C# Department up. Let us show you. LADIES, Come in and investigate our Goods. We have all the latest fabrics. A. W.Sptiigfe An uiegant Fariu We have a farm less than a mile from the corporate limits of the city af Aspermont. 320 acres in tract, 135 in cultivation, 5-room house, cistern and well. Not much over a mile from Pub- ic School building. We will sell this farm one-third cash, bal- ance easy terms. Price made known on application. This is the best farm bargain on our list. Box B., Aspermont, Texas Lost—$5.00 Reward. One bay mare about 15 hands iigh, 7 years old, branded hat H >n left thigh, has star in fore- iead; has wire cut on left fore- oot; gentle to work or ride. I viil pay the above reward for my information leading to her •ecovery. Lee Ramsay, !9-Ht-pd Neva, Texas ■H _ ■ |p m We pay the mgnest market price for (eys, Chickens, Butter Hides and CITY MEAT MARKET. F J- mm *-3i' IS®...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 March 1912

Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, March 7,1912. Resolutions by Mt. Pleasant! Christian Ladies Aid. Union No. 774. Whereas, the farmers have been led to believe that there is always an over production of those things which they have to sell, and a scarcity of those things which they have to buy; and Whereas it is now being advo- cated by the speculating class that the farmers of the south have produced too much cotton, which is the cause of their dis- tress, and, Whereas, their familes aDd millions of other working men's families are suffering for the want of sufficient clothing. Resolved, by this Union assem- bled, that this so-called over-pro- duction is not the cause of our distress, and is a fake, inconsist- ent with facts, illogical in reason- soning, and an insult to our in- telligence. Be it further Resoved, That it is the sense of this Union that the primary cause of our want lies in an under consumption, induced by inabili...

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