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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 March 1912

m I m THE ASPERMONT STAR I m 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 American Boy. In all of history, this is the greatest age of do. Liberty of thought and liberty of action are the two great factors that make one find themselves. A cramp- ed mind and a restriction of one's actions has always held man down. Over here in America a man is free. If he is a slave, it is either his fault or the fault of hi father's. Just as he wills it, slave or master, pauper or king. The damning sin of this age is ignorance. The Master said, "The truth will make you free.?r And if a man is not acquainted with the truth he is a slave. Therefore, young man, get knowledge, and be a master of men and destiny. The clamor of this age is for more legislation, but the need of the hour is more brain shops; and the great press- ing need in this country is com- pulsory educa...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 March 1912

wmm — í;V-v „ . •*•*• i *772 BARGAI "' ' I * 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 arc 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 in a 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 abnor...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 March 1912

- 19 12 Fort Worth Fat Stock and Horse Show THE BEST EVER Texas Gent ral Railroad Will Have oil Sale March 17th to 22nd, inclusive, Tickets at extremely low rates. In some case Round Trip Less Than One Way Rate 9:25 P. M. 9:00 A. M. Leave Stamford Arrive 6:25 P. M. 7:20 A. M. 7:55 A. M. 8:15 P. M. Arrive Ft Worth Leave 7:55 A. M. 8:45 P. M. Free Reclining Chairs on all Trains For Further Information Call on Local Agent or Write C. L. HANNA, T. P. A. H. B. SPERRY, G. P. A. Stamford, Texas Waco, Texas F. S. FISHER, T. P. A. Dublin, Texas * * % * % Let Us Show You OUR SPRING UNE Of Clothing. We have a good assortment in stock and if you want a suit made to measure, with fit guar= anteed, we can show you a large array of the latest styles and patterns. 5 Everything You Eat, Wear and Use Link % * * * * * * % * xf/ % * % * * & % % i oryaii The Family Grocery We carry a choice line of Family Groceries. Our stock is right up to now. Our prices Sire right and our terms STRICTLY CASH. We ...

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

N.G. ROLLINS. The Progressive Merchant Man Tailored Dresses Skirts and Suits For Women and Misses We Cordially Invite Our customers and friends to inspect our The Ideal Tailors | •i | 1 ij Represents one of the most up to date Tailoring Establishments in the country, making strictly Man-Tailored Garments to Individual Measure No matter what the weight or measure may be, Stout or Slender, all measure- ments are provided for. Portfolio of Fashions Prompt delivery and satisfaction in Style, Fit and Quality guaranteed. Ladies Ready to Wear Waists, Skirts and Underwear in all the latest styles. Come In and Have a Look AM* S:' N. G. ROLLINS The Progressive Merchant n LOCAL NEWS and personals * -/ Have you killed your prairie dogs yet. Waiter Speers was in Stamford ithis week. John Hahn was on our streets Saturday. M. L. Dool did business in the -city Saturnay. Charlie Hill did business in the -city Saturday. J. B. Riddel was in town one -day this week. S. H. Winn did business in -town Sat...

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

m&m I. PROFESSIONAL Ernest Herring LAWVER & ABSTRACTOR Especial Attention to Examining and Perfecting1 Land Title . Notary}Public in Office Office upstairs over First National Bank, Aspermont, Texas. Dr. B. F. Wilson Physician and Surgeon Surgical Work a Specialty OFFICE:—at the Star Drug Store VI. JORDAN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, Office at Aspermont Pharmacy ASPERMONT. T TEXAS ANNOUNCEMENT COLUMN RATES: District Officers ^ County Officers Precinct Officers 10.00 . 5.00 . 3.00 A. A. ANNIS ... Dentist... Office over Star. Drug Store Aspermont,* Texas BwrCash In Advance. Nominees of theDemocratic Pri- maries Jul}', 1911. For Dist. Attorney: Jas. P. Stinson. JAS. P. KINNARD, A TTORNEY-A T-l-A W 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 OFFICE Office 3i. W- of Courthouse. Aspermont, Texas W. T. DANIEL LAWYER & ABSTRACTER LAND TITLES Examined West Side Squ...

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

i m it§Sf ■■■■■^ I ties and exas. §i - f V, V ifiiSlf® m iWm Mai ;,:;i - Aspcrmoiit, Stonewall County, Texas. Thursday, March 15, Debate. At the Baptist Church. There will be services at the Baptist Tabernacle Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:15 p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. B. Y. P. U. at 8 p. m. All are invited. R. C. McCullough, Pastor. COUNTY COURT HOUSE IS NOW NEARING COMPLETION B. Y. P. U. Program Mar. 17, 8 p. m, Subject—The Christian So- cial Service. Leader—Mrs. E. H. Johnson. Song. \ Prayer. Song. What do we mean by social service?—Miss Willie Spann. What cau we do to help make right social conditions?. WrH. Link. Song. What can we do in our town to make social conditions better? Miss Turner Junior B. Y. P. U. Program. March 17, 2 p. m. All children under 16 years old are invited to come and take part. Subject—The work of the church in foreign lands. Opening song. Praver. Scripture reading—Daily Bible Readings in Quarterly. (Each one bring your New Testament.) Talk on fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 March 1912

mm == Vn gaipfi timwMmMi: THE ASPERMONT STAR Ptibli«h«d Ev«ry Thursday ——s—r~~" ■'■,■ '■ ■ ■.■?■ RICHARD H. MoCARTY, - EdtM* Entered at the PostofPce at A^pormont ■ as, as secorul.xslass wail matter Four Issues One Month The Memory of Childhood. The memory of childhood is an asset that belongs to ail—the rich and the poor, the great and the small; and not for the wealth or fame of a nation would we blot it from the tablets of memory. A lew years ago we wandered back to the old homestead, the see n e of ou r c h i i d hood d a vs. We traveled down the old country road; tho' manv years had flown by since we had traveled that road, yet every crook and turn, every branch and rill and stone and tree were familiar objects to us. The old double log houses were Still there, but badly dilap- idated. The old dirt and stick chimney had tumbled down, the chinking and daubing had all fallen out, the doors had rotted from their hinges, the old well had caved in and the yard had grown up in brush ...

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

MilsS PWMPIP i k I ? ders' ?, En- ireads, 5S and iSPw® viV ?H'V BrM ISfi asSiiSM mmA^^r' • 1 iiilwJ'p lis 'S « ;■ '. .*; •;. m ' ' - '-v Skirts and Suits For Women and Misses The Ideal Tailors Represents one of the most up to date Tailoring Establishments in the country, making strictly Man-Tailored Garments to Individual Measure No matter what the weight or measure may be, Stout or Slender, all measure- ments are provided for. Our ci Pk Prompt Fit anc to We in all 1 Coir •%• _. — u_ LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS — Tom Abbott was in town Sat- urday. B. R. Buchanan was tn town Friday. E. V. Sellers is back from Ben- jamin. Eugene May field came in from Stamford Friday. Red Top Axle Grease at Gib- son Bros. J. H. Habn was down froiji Gatling this week. M. F. Aycock was in town one •-day this week. H. E. Doggett dropped into -see the editor Saturday. Mrs. B. R. Buchanan is visiting relatives in Bogque county. A. W. Springer did business in Stamford this week. Gibson Bros. sell Oliver Chille...

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

hgWja^v • smsmM nHH mmmSB mmsw*wmwmmiSm$m : W&fmmaKB^^!jSKKkm MM An Elegant Farm Home. We have a farm less than a nile from the corporate limits of he city af Aspermont. 820 icres in-tract, 185 in cultivation, -room house, cistern and well, ot much over a mile from Pub- : School building. We will 11 this farm one-third cash, bal tee easy terms. Price made 'own on application. This is e best farm bargain on our t. Box B., Aspermont. Texas For Sale. One bav pony, 51 inches high, tb trap and haress, at a bar- in. Jerome McCarley. 4600 acres of land in Stonewal >unty for Sale. Close in to the •unty site. Nearly every toot it good agricultural land. This >uld make a good colony prop ;ty. We can sell this land eap and give good terms. West Texas Land Co. >ne sandy land quarter section acres in cultivation, dwelling i other improvements. This id is situated in what is known "Stonewall County,s Bread ay':—Brazos valley, where never fail to make a crop. s can sell this land real...

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

I £ pfftgfi' SwSw' * -t'4 WSSK&sBR Hh Ira '," ' ■ :•:,' A" v g$Q£ v ©WWVt^ • '.;-v ■:;•■. m V; with man, has acquired many of the characteristics of %the human race, and one of its moat pronounced U its disposition to wander, They . t'S '■%' BaBBL. — _ Texas Gelitral Railroad Will Have oil Sale March 17th to 22nd, inclusive, ' ■ • . •■: ....... , Tickets at extremely low rates. In some case Round Trip Less Than One Way Rate 9=25 P. M. 9:00 A. M. Leave Stamford Arrive 6:25 P. M. 7:20 A. M. 7:55 A. M. 8:15 P. M. Arrive Ft Worth Leave 7:55 A. M. 8:45 P. M. Free Reclining Chairs on all Trains % For Further Information Call on Local Agent or Write C. L. HANNA, T. P. A. H. 6. SPERRY, G. P. A. .'Stamford, Texas Waco, Texas F. S. FISHER, T. P. A. Dublin, Texas ¥ % ■m & OUR SPRING LINE Of Clothing. We have a good assortment in $k and if you want a suit made to measure/ with fit guar- anteed, we can show you a large array of the latest styles and patterns. « & m * * % * m § Everyt...

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

wwsi ■i l§:#:flli ^SHh $MWNI *' #3 < '■■#11 J ':: 7- ',: 'M-: *'•??& % jmrnm A' ^ mi 'D <IIP jiwimiw immw ^Ippflipsf IwWWp ,, n . mm wSM ^C: mm I . Wmmmm TTTiTr^ H •' was allCounty ■ PIBEP ®p™|6 ( ii r;'\ ^ fejj* ■pmBBi :v£ «J— ^vt Mil 1 1 • _ 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 ahd vegetable belt. It is adapted to raising all kinds fruits, Peaches Pears, Apricots, Plums and Grapes of ail 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 arc adapted to the raising of Wheat and Oats, Corn, Milo Maize, Sorghum And The Best Cotton Land in the South. It wiu make from a quarter to half a bale of Cotton...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 21 March 1912

The AspermontSt I' Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, March 21,1912 VM. 14. Instructions For Election Of'stitution and should file the same w School Trustees in Com- mon School Districts The law provides that common school district trustees shall be elected on the first Saturday in April, 1912, and that.at the same time in each county five county school trustees shall be elected. Commissioners court, by law, is required to appoint three per- sons to hold the election in each common school district for com- mon school district trustees, and the same three persons should be appointed by the commissioners court to hold the election in each common school district for the five county school trustees, sepa- rate ballots and separate poll lists being used in the election of' common school district trustees and county school trustees; and for each independent school dis- trict the commissioners court should appoint three persons to hold th...

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

THE ASPERMONT STAR ■ $ . g. 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 Socialist Mass Meeting. The Stonewall county socialist part}' met at the court house Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock, for the purpose of electing- a countv chairman and the ap- pointment of of a committee from each local in the county to canvass the referendum vote. The crowd was called together bythesocial band from Branden- burg. Secretary J. R. Turner called the meeting to order and stated its object, whereupon Es- quire Bradley of Peacock, was elected county-chairman without anv opposition. A commtFT-e was appointed by the chair to canvass the referendum ballot, which ballot will nominate their candidate for each county office from county judge down to con- stable. The plan for this refer- endum vote is this: The secre- tary will send this referendum ballot to each local :n the ...

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

jJ miMMMMM LAND BARGAIN / 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 in a 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. The ...

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

wzmm W'.&/ I' The Stonewall County Grass- hopper. xj-o-tr;. it* account not only gives you a safe place to .keep >ney, but it is also a great convenience. Besides leek you draw is a legal receipt for the debt you pay Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. First National Bank Aspermont. Texas ,et Us Show You I m % our spring;une Of Clothing. We havej|a good assortment in^stock and if you want a suit made to measure, with fit guar= anteed, we can show you a large array of the latest styles and patterns. Everything ¡You Eat, Wear and Use ryant-Link Co % % % % % % * * ¿ti y *!< S. B. PIERSON Always Carries a Full Line of Hardware & Furniture And at this time we have a large Stock of Farm Implements and Vehicles. Call and let us show you our stock. We can suit you in both QUALITY AND PRICE S. B. P I E R S 0 H he Star and Dallas News $1.75 Subscribe Now. The grasshopper, of Jumbo as they are called, has four small legs and two long legs or spring poles, which enable him to jump 50 feet mo...

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

V s N.G.ROLLINS. The Progressive Merchant Man Tailored Dresses Skirts and Suits For Women and Misses The Ideal Tailors I Represents one of the most up to date Tailoring Establishments in the country, making strictly Man-Tailored Garments to Individual Measure No matter what the weight or measure may be, Stout or Slender, all measure- ments are provided for. We Cordially Our customers and friends to inspect our Portfolio of Fashions Prompt delivery and satisfaction in Style, Fit and Quality guaranteed. Ladies Ready to Wear Waists, Skirts and Underwear in all the latest styles. / Coie In and Have a Look The Progressive Merchant IÉ1 I m ¡ •V V LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS D. Evans was here Saturday. E. A. Rea was in town Monday. Tom Adair was in town Satur- ad ay. Red Top Axle Grease at Gib- son Bros. M. D. Abbott was in town Sat- urday. R. L. Bradley was down írom 'Peacock Saturday. J. E. Hudson was down from 'Swenson Saturday. Gibson Bros, sell'©liver Chilled ♦Cultivators. R. B. Garrett ...

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

PROFESSIONAL Ernest Herring LAWYER & ABSTRACTOR Especial Attention to Examining and Perfecting Land Titles. Notary l Public in Office Office upstairs over First National Bank, Aspermont, Texas. Dr. B. F. Wilson Physician and Surgeon Surgical Work a Specialty OFFICE:—at the Star Drug Store VI. JORDAN, 1. D. Physician and Surgeon, Office at Aspermont Pharmacy ASPERMONT. ^ TEXAS A. A. ANNIS ... Dentist... Office over Star ¿Drug Store Aspermont,; T exas ANNOUNCEMENT COLUMN RATES: District Officers 10.00 County Officers 5.00 Precinct Officers 3.00 j®"Cash In Advance. Nominees of theDemocratic Pri- maries July. 1911. For Dist. Attorney: Jas. P. Stinson. For Sheriff: H. H. Hill. T. T. Ginn Fred Senter For County Treasurer Jesse B. Ford $. R. Dickey J. M. V. Bullock JAS. P. KINNARD, ATTORN EY-A T-i_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 OFFICE Office N. W* of Court...

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

) . I.' / k \ 0mL MP Richard . Mccarty. Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas. Thursday, March 2«, 1912 QUARANTINE IN STONEWALL COUNTY IS STILL ON Two Cases Public pended. Limits yieningitis Developed in County. Aspermont pchool Closed and All Church Services Sus- Detention Camp Established Outside' Citjr fas Several Inmates New Case at Stamford. The quarantine in Stonewall county is stiilon. Two cases of meningitis developed in the coun- ty. Mr. Tomlinson's child near Brandenburg was taken with the disease this week and died in 24 hours. Jim ICarroll of this city, developed a/case Sunday morn- ing. Dr. Ljott of Stamford, was called and tne serum was admin- istered about 11 o'clock Sunday morning. At this writing Jim is much better, and the doctors say that he will get well. Dr. Jor- dan, county health officer, and Dr. Wilsim, city health officer, are handling the situation fine; the town is now quarantinted against the county and no one is allowed to come in or go...

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

V Of, •? *T"1 ->nt iter tfh .'C y ' vy * t II ft* •hann.Jk dea that man without any the things elements uggle us the torn of tb tbe >ossess ^rind- sb the $£fci* Tbe oeiidi hour, 044«?*.: ay her at tbe olour rd up- itn im- :c«ion r that Was be Let* v and a eftbunf'1 r V'«e^; -fection ;n bora elecJtri- WM rem ell over tste the w* 20J t t on the id gets its full fruitage lev of Toil. Tbe band .. wields tbe surgeon's knife, e mason's trowel, the artist's •rush or tbe sculptor's chisel, rets its cunning in the school of toil. Tbe rabble and the devil, too, laugh at the man who fails, but God and men are ever ready to crown the man wbo wins. Unskilled labor fawns at the feirt of capital jand begs a crust of bread. but the world stands ready to make terms with those virho possess trained hands and cultured minds. Hardship is the schoolmaster under whose tutelage the men of destiny get their equipment for the battles df/ltfe. Men never do their dead level' best except under dire neces...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 28 March 1912

* ■5« M ■ f&Wifsa Skirts and Suits For Women and Misses The Ideal Tailors . (3 Represents one of the most up to date Tailoring Establishments in the country, making strictly Man-Tailored Garments to Iluiividiial Measure No matter what the weight pr may be, Stout or Slender,/all meats ate provided for. ensure .t\ easure- Our customers and friends to inspect our "nT"!---"*" "" *~T— T'T Portfolio of Fashions Prompt delivery and satisfaction in Style, Fit and Quality guaranteed. Ladies Ready to Wear Waists, Skirts and Underwear in all the latest styles. Come In and Have a Look ' s§ The Pr#ohes>sive IVIerchan *?■ LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS ★ Red Top Axle Grease at Gib- ■son Bros. Witch hazel face cream at the vCity Barber Shop. Gibson Bros, sell Oliver Chilled Cultivators.. Miss Welch, priniary teacher iin our Public School, left Monday for home at Abilene. Ask for piano certificates at John Guest's store. Gibson Bros, sell Oliver Chilled ►Cultivators. Mrs. E. H. 'Johnson left Mon- ...

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