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

H w*' 1 & 'A W$9Wwm Wmmm b'jmm «aEnHBBHM .A i Set of Six Rogers A A S ilver Teaspoons Full Size with yonr own,or any other initial engraved in Old English'tetters :on each spooti. Gi Tjh §. an giv To Our Customers As Premiums spoons are heavi* (ated with pure silver are warranted to e satisfaction mmmm IPlI 1] I BI ' P^IP >^ufcS tfr 'St How to Get A Set Of Spoons Absolutely FREE. With overv $1.5.00 worth of jroods you buy of us FOR C'aSH: whether bought-at-one tim-e.or :it different tinges, we will «riyc- it set of Spoons FREE. The Spoons are now on exhibition at-our store. You are cordially invited lo call and see them and yet a. Punch Card. Do all your trading with us. Youywili al- u.i\s -find a choice selection of Notions, Hosiery. Dress Goods and Millinery, and a Dependa- f,'ne of Staples and Groceries, . if i ■ i, . 1 Our Prices Mean A Saving to You Merchant LOCAL I andpers ,——* iNALS B "V/ .aim Hahn was i. • '■ : ; h 'day. ;•• Farmer Dool wis Monday. ■ Charley Bordner M...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 25 April 1912

1 PROFESSIONAL "filBst Herring Aiw^i'w'wii'^ivwivwwyvvww ■ HATES: , , ,, ..t . DUtrtet Offlem v.. . . i . 10.00 RA A RETRACTOR county officer*. v.. a.oo CC ATOIHrtWlUR Precinct OWcer* .... ,3.00 irCcsh In Advance. vWial Attention to Examining and ,fc land Title*. inonio* I Upstairs over First National ^-^ ytopegpont, Texas. Nominees of t he Democratic Pri- maries July. 1 12. \ B. F. Wilson physician and Surgeon |ioal Work • Spaotalty OPfftCK. at tha Star Drug Star® II. JOIDAN, I. D. i/sician and Surgeon, Office at Aspermont Pharmacy ASPERMONT. . TEXAS For Diet. Attorney: J as. P.Stinson. For Sheriff: H. H. Hili.. T. T. Ginn Fred Sbnter For County Treasurer Jesse B. Ford S. R. Dickey J. M. V. Bullock A. ANNIS ... Dentist... /office over Star. Drug Store Aspermont,', T axas JAS. P. KINNARD, ATTORN EY-AT-L-AW Will practice in the Courts of Stone- wall and adjoining counties Haskell. Texas For Public Weigher. Matt Osborn Allen Askey , Preston Abbott. For County Judge. W. J. Arrington N....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 May 1912

lsi$B i wJiMife mi PSii , -., - "i n dggygr.. ./iwni K®3 ii * mmm . JB'I • m -• ■ •- e 9 4, i ; sk/; mm If P '■ 1m :• " •• {%■,>' m .■ M'.V'-V''' -• . IlllS jLm P®ft: Si HHiM mJ&X ■Wf| lis. . iMM wliS H H n |H P I \%u tlfl 1 9 I n is' 1 1 Ogg iwf * 'VS J"'' Jv'-rwi&V ;' Tillls " 1 ¥ SI W Wi a -•m#SSft&aga I k-jBlk-WP'V-: ■-'■ '• vv; ,:.*••■ ®i«P0i At the Tune of TakunpJ GieiiHWS; -'V.' $?itt?TC ■■'■•• ' ■■"•'■ ■' ':: ■ • I■•••■•■ v ,-v'" '-■■'■•■' The criminal law mill has Texas vs.E. Donaldson, was call- ed, and both parties announced Smm « £*: ah ■ &S. I :'.'yT I •'■ ' : :■ : :: ■■ ; ! ■ I '/j,: '*;'.' 1 mmm H ■ sm .vwvaafi^ig Prop ssssass glffw Hp H " ,: i;.:i :: j ~1-- ■ ready for trial. A jury was im- paneled and the grist mill of the law started to grind. Judge N. R. Morgan represented the de- fendant. and Judge Jas. P. Stin- son for the state. The case was given to the jury about 6 p. m. In this case the jury failed to render a verdict. They were tied up un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 May 1912

Si ana (a< ? IE lh^>a J£ " •• -Q JnH&. ? >chutchb* Sunday. We have about 50 of each scattered out through the town. Please lend(?) K#°^Ki,,,, *-v^ t K PP 1 TrtW l • li it a MB - —t proceed! :w— $m the; Jeo&e , ^ ^arh'fe laxity Of oaf four-fifths of the crimes commit, ted in this country. $Ck - I ■ 09 .. #wf«l ■' *' * 481 ^wS' put HI Hl'Jh wl® rJ| 1 * . ' Ipjl ' r'' to5£#3S®S5 •' S8 smif *■ ffljife s$£$ .■•• .':'■ *s.h\ Jgggf$j iiw® MM m the to none hi th« state, lira sd mm Public sentiment is stronger than the written law. Courts, juries and the officers of the law dare not brook public sentiment. Public sentiment either clogs or oils the machinery of the law. ' ' ' •a splendid educator and the people in the county who desire to place their Prof. T. L. Ht v:;. Ismm boys and girls under the care of '■ ■R.swv apS ucator can not do bet .lace them in the Public School. School. The advantages are j ust as good and the boys and girls get to go home every Friday evening. G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 May 1912

ErmAr^^ f,it J Ji ;W- " ,v-jt^ |ipfe^%^jp • A ,*■ i1 Plffl pS tal ■...'■ i >•■'', ' ■' -.; ■• wlS yMCifflffiKk' "-" • ^4^8W8BgB|IB "V •■• . y -\ f^Te^sflS.^' 'v' ««iia^B . 1 linoii irSffiiiiMrw t iii ,V ■^JM^WM'SiW 1 I C.-&- ■f .' / J1 *? mmmm IS: A A m ins KiSH 'v$ ' ''■■'''"'' W$&8& ith your own or any engraved in Old iffliab, letters on each spoon ier initial .\>v . Sglllliy' '"• 14 ■5 7 Immt i Y I 4- mm « «««. mm -Oiv'^rt^KS)fflfflH«|HBriW,w 1 , -,\(SV' ... • •• • |,-1" To Our Customers spoons are heavi- \/xcj;'X..; . .•'. rare silver !to With every $15.00 worth of goods you buy of us FOR CASH whether bought at one time or at different times, we will give a set of Spoons FREE. The Spoons are now on exhibition at our store. \ ou are cordially invited to call and see them and get a Punch Card. Do all your trading with us. You will al- ■' "' ways find a choice selectio> of ■Notions, Hosiery. Dress Goods and MHlinerv, and a Depeada- Line of Staples and.Groceries...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 May 1912

- ■• v *•< % wmsmM jk*R *:W-'^''"' ^SSBSSBSSlt^^l ' idfca* SHPUhhaS SIKH * ' ■ ilf|||fc j*®®?? SMtfS Sciatic Pri MK 13^111 >!>< us and T i iM #*• *«* pjfi; «.__ nl Attorned j P2 l'i^d3Lw—-J^VT?' >• * <-Vi! '■ -m5M approved reserve ; ,|P t,:.r y.Ai.v: 8,Ml. fSMr.. S- $Hp PC'^I'iVv I BR p Hi . *. 1 ■; # • ™ .'.':-v v Qw3'Si'X ^R „ ^ ' itaf«V 4 ;-;;■ ,.■( — ; K^K, BS'^S " *'*£*■* ' ___ 'v - / SSSf"" ■ ■ - *—J®:'1 && ■ ■ '-; ■■•'■ •'.■ '• 4;-:' ■-' . 'V:' ' B«i&:'5«M&f> '•>; r?(Si«WW• •;--.' ^;-.'b *rS-'x->M ■•■. mimml, mm ^sumM - ■**«*" „ * . MS. ' AlXEN A SZt KkxJ«2£M & i wK-,A.> . . v , - ; Ur.di* Jws ex- sfj i out- r standing ",500.00 Due to. other national banks .1,000.00 T>u« Ui Rtara and Private is jcrmont'.T pwmm mmM V- ' m ■M K:. U ■ ORNEY'AT't-AW ice in the Courts of Stone- adjoining counties iaskell. Texas barter, Lawyer in Stonewall and adjoin- ing counties. IOTARY IN ornce ■• of Courthouip. srmont, Texas T. DANIEL R &...

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

EY H l ■F" "* p« ^amfflsMmpaK |K ~W* " •' -V « i« SHCw® tSirtsl® " V 8 J «w IH • . " .:' ' ■• ••" ~ ■ A: a'- IsagfiSS MMmvn Ts'ofl each spoon ' s I aB ml sf •A'>T UH "" ->\i il ;W:' W&Saffi: 1® iIRll spoons are heavi I&&H J with pure silver & ilili PI ipiilil ' PHIS? - H mm WKHmmmk tbJ^7<i£-Msm.x 5s"*• , W' - wS &ite5 pfif . wSSSKllsKla*' Ml i , mm j g|^p J- HHifliai <-6*u*MtdM*ar it A Set mM$m i0:: ? '•:, With every $15.00 worth of goods you buy of us FOR CASH whether bought at one time or «it different times, we will give. a set oi Spoons FREE. The ) Spoons are now on exhibitidn vat our store. You are cordially- ■ invited to call and see them and get a Punch Card, Do all your trading with us. You .will al-■ ways find a choice selection of :;•■■ ■ •,-.Notions,' Hosiery, Dress Goods; and Millinery, and a Dependa- Line of Staples and Groceries. Our Prices Mean A Saving to You ■ w \ry-y. ■ I# 'j '?£$ 3®jS|S • IS - A-;;-'1 iii mm mm « Mel1 B- King did bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 May 1912

aSmi mm V : ■ -, ' •% !,v« tfiflffl l:;.-^ 5;';\ T. T. Gwn -v^w Hlfen -' SiS&iPKMHK-"W r S",IU" «V rer P in a«d i * SMifastss Mi moat fnarmacy 'VVo ii '-v'l ^£>£ .«5$> ' 'mm *$MI « 1 v feiasWiW'l?® ^ENA H 4." >i. fc"v' is I "TIii'im ■" ft? hi." ' >'' fV...rf wt $j® gill B|. ^ =$& ■ ■-*•■- .Jr. :i:ac TWA<rA<f ' £^5fi^@SS£ r tested in distric where dry farmin -f mmmi N. R. Morgan &<&?, fe& '-0 i%;>'x wMffit sw Co,™,. 4 District Cierk AtTOtiNEY-AT'LAW ; estern Farmer. Will practice in the Courtis of Stone- *■■ X>«^pMCANWI5<^« „v * --I"'' > '-i:4 ave a cnoice quarter sec- larfdjust two miles from , 70 acres in cultivation; 'xMSHKam smu good 4-room house. Come and 1 * u . • , . «r_ ■■:■' ■■T.V "-ftigj *i " '•■"# g&r- ■; Practice >r Commissioner Prec. No. 1 ®fHgf|c«jfi< 'timsm 'x' 3£cxas Land C°. West Tex* iffiM i I - ''. ■ ". f" ■' "■■*-■•;■'" -■; ' :•■ —Z—TT—Z— *: k ■*>■*''*• • ■< -; v "•?. /;r^ mnw mz&ms farm 3 mi...

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

■, V.Y, I h Mil i in fs P Hslil,' rm w *' • 1 : - '' ; '' ' " > * > ^ {$&-<«■ - f\ , *<,%,- • J *,/ '' )'t\,£s'{iv < ,-i #4 ^v'r^Y I *' $&} vr r'' 1" J ' ' v - /. . i -> t ! >s ; I e.- ami'M fy J r. , ■'■ • ;' ' . ,. .: ,..l_L^.l'. : I 11 ^££=5 A bank account not only gives you a safe place to keep "your money, but it is also a great convenience. Besides every check you drawfis a legal receipt for the debt you pay , Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. The First National Bank Aspermont. Texas % Let Us Show You OUR SPRING LINE Of Clothing. We have a good assortment in st"ck and if you want a suit ®He to measure, with fit guar= anteed. we can show youfia large array of the latest styles and patterns. * .• * + . Everything You Eat,|Wear and Use Bryant-Link Co * % * % & & * % % * % * * % w * % * * * % % * * % % % # 5*5 Subscribe Now. Mw> v":'■' The Texas Welltw Commission 7h« CommiMlm MfM Review Um IMtostriti LHa o« IUU. The Texas Commercial Secrets** '«a and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 May 1912

T- V ' r;v'-vrvyf-:'''i i :'!i: " ...y. •".flu.: .p.... ..j 1 1 lli:- ' ■ ' , 'I-V ' . B-t-'WH' *t5l&VwKI • £,'&6&Sl'ir, wi.'f1 * 'I1" " V ' //ft'' ' / jA'-' a ■ V' \ /.'';iw!ruv";«n!5-IM VCV.*#iVVvv.ttVfi*. 'AWvfmtfK^'pr J < a \ ' 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 shinnefy 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 ever...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 May 1912

i m :V m Will have special accom- modation* for those Orand Lodge, K. of P.. at Tickets on sale May 12th and 13th, limited to leave Waccf May 21 Five Full Datfs in Waco H. B. Sperry, (jf P. Ar Waco, Texas A bank account not only gives you a safe places to keep your money, but it is also a great convenieij<fe. Besides every check you draw is a legal receipt for t Make OUR Bank YOUR B*nk The First Natioii&l Bank Aspermont. Texas —1 H.^rii i V „ Members of the Texas Welfare Commission flSp % w M & % & ^t4 Let Us Show You OUR SPRING LINE 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. Everything You Eat, Wear and (Jse ■m. B. PIERSON Always Carries a Full Line of y The Commission will hold open session during 1912 at the fol- lowing places: Houston, Dallas, Port Worth, San Antonio, Austin and Abilene. ■Sals And H, this time we havaalafrge Stock of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 2 May 1912

' ^ / .1 s i Ella f ■■ • i f «,/ I mm ■/■%m pi- rn Yr'"< ll M ',;';1 rAi 'j/' ,v . *V;' ,<V> ■ its ': BfeNt? mm . p««§S fe"%!sS!®ipSii; ■ iv-^J j ; - : ^ HVl Wii ' ^3'" ■ \ ' i;f!:,; ; \ 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...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 May 1912

mBra IBMBSgap saw®? mi |j^ | . |iif ■Ml lipis 4-"* Jpp gk ** <«m mmm 2IjjrWf HH * n Isl i . ■'! RL, ap® «W« > • ; ■■':; - mm®. ■'": . -. ;■ ■•• /-;•'• ■ i YOUNO if® •/• ;'-:v:< fcfHw ''■&*. *muftM. X §@1 Irvin Trial PHMRiS^ I WUl FulI Offa First In Verdict of Not Guiltjr. I in Jtte. Lfattfl.., Room Was Crowded to Next Issue of The Star. > Trial Was a Dramatic — End. I A First Monday stunt will be ] ■SK uditorittn All Pronounce it a t&H Cla^p^rt|tomen Jui#«|l|iS Asnirm^tif The Frank Irvita trial was the mgm i,,,. county's Judge criminal jurisprudence. The trial was set for Thursday, May 2, at which time both state and defendant announced ready for trial. Nearly all of Thursday was taken up in impaneling a jury. There were about seventy five witnesses in the case. Judge Woodruff of Sweetwater; Judge Green Harrison of Jayton, and Judge Jas. Stinson, district at- torney, represented the state, and Judge J. F. Cunnigham, of Abilene, Judge Arrington and Judge J. M. Car...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 May 1912

- vV4-: V V ' V;: \ mm R«iw3n rawwiii« t to Leon* fflfPf BpjM ., Tarn*-" m \ « m t ft' • -;.' Wji ■ ':JBB.i5-1' ^-r'w 1 '"*1" ;-'-■ 1 ■]. rt idoor 'ja heart •.IPPW- ^'flES #; *&> The First Monday in June wilt lii| gHabjgj HBHBMHai .v.~>~~ SB ■ "/Watch out for the Hat of prizes to be given away on tbe first The Young Men's Booster Club will inaugurate another First Monday. Watch the crowd come Bring vour mule colts, horse celts, chickens, and any other stock for which prizes are offered and win a prise. 'VJf/_rj V ' The Methodist meeting will begin Friday night, Mav 10. All the Christian force* of the town want to come together and , make 5t a great meeting. Don't forget about that big Singing Convention that is to be pnfted off in Aspermont on the gigpW Straday in June. It will be a great occasion and some oota- at Haskell this week. ble singers will be here from all °3 ■* rp"^" ***■ on themselves and take this coo- yentiod in their arms and show '«< W/mmtmM l 8 ?M site...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 May 1912

HHi : '■->•'-, ^■4 \ RSI ikes I >« SS>! Vork ^ Meiers' py, En- Spread« jr* " ••• J V' ;y P> - if! A bank account not only gives you a safe place to keep your money, but it is also a great convenience. Besides every check you draw is a legal receipt for the debt you pay Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. The First National Bank Aspef mont. Texas Ste EtS jfet StS gfet SlS S& SIS Mil Rfe S& St3 Sl& fife SlB ilS S& Bt8 Sfe Sfc Sfe-513- VJx JJ? SJf VJ^ /'f't '•? 1 Let Us Show You 1 % & "* OUR SPRING LINE % * % % m 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. Everything You Eat, Wear and Use | Bryant-Link Co A >te ate >k rtt >!< M, *14 si? ■ *$<? ypM §£h$P I ;* vvw® ^gi BHU i i i n WM'l'l ' w«i m "^sy 'altentfinif''7'^ ~'7' J ■' ,-fi Ap'ipli V ■■ ,, wSmtM'u ^P5i Pl SMliP&i 1s |mhT ppeML Grand Lodge, K. of P., at Waco IPnil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 9 May 1912

V. ■■■■■ ' •; s? m-A,. Ill shu f , f ■A'.-: : P Sw*Ms$m&S8X$F SfllP« mmmMli ; '11® ■ w land, and in the west and norm pafts shinnery land running across the county. Thisis . . .. -.. IsfroitslPelligl Plums and Grapes of all varieties do well. For Truck ' can not bebeaten in Texas, ana it is last develops and Vineyard. The red and hog wallow lands -AJ tothe raising of Wheat and Oats, Corn, Milo Maize, Sorghum In the South. It will make from a quartet to half a bale of in a while and quite often it will make a bale of cotton per s made a much larger yield than the above, but of course, Stonewall county is easily cultivated, one man can easily g a little hoeing done thru crop time. The Cotton crop in in the fall of the year, and do this the best country on earth for gathering of a cotton crop. . the whole fell and riot a one of them will ever have imate. Our altitude is 2460 feet, therefore we losis germs can not live in this climate. There is ai financial standpoint, and that is t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 May 1912

•1 ■' ■ mm M n p§j pwjH^PnHB I' ' ■ on ^iii Jfl ■Sfa B 1 g«$a ii * * Hi ill •".• -• •;', "' :' HK&f iir1 9HHf££ Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspennont, Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, May 16,1912 Vol.14. Ka. 43 Class Prophesy. The following' paper was read by Miss Vera Featbemon, at the graduation exercises of the Aspermont High School, on May 4, 1912. Some people look through col ored glasses; some through prej udiced glasses; some through the kind we call a mirror; but to- night let us look through a clear crystal glass into the uncertain, yet ever-welcome future. Let us view the year 1924—a year that shall long be remembered by all Americans, and especially this Graduating Class of 1912, same of whom are to help to mould the history of the world First, we shall turn our glass to the great city of Boston, Mass., where in order to understand the condition of our country, we visit the first Catholic cathedral of that place and listen with great astonishment to the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 May 1912

THE ASPERMONT STAR Ml _____ •idil, ■^W.T,4- Kwy Thiiriiiay _— ; R ch&RD;H. ^CCA^TV, - muW ■■ 1 ■" ■'*"' ■ " ^ Subscription $1.00 A Year Entered at the Postoflftce at \ i>erraont Texas, as second.class mail matter Four Issues One Month A FATAL MISTAKE. The greatest problem of this age is the education of the boys and girls. The greatest need of the hour is compulsory educa- tion. If a man \vill not send his bovs and girls to school, the state ought to step in aad make him do it. The damning sin in this country is the neglect of educa- tion, and this neglect makes grist for- the courts and inmates for the jails and penitentiaries. It costs the state less to educate a boy than it does to railroad him to the peu and board him for ten ot twenty years. It is criminal to neglect the education oi a boy or girl, and the sin will be laid at the door of those who mould pub- lic sentiment. Not long ago we wandered back to the old home- stead and while there took a stroll in the graveyard...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 May 1912

■J\ Likes Jjjj ess icy Co 'ACT * :e Work ■TjJTtsrjsrM? \ M ► i lilders' ry, En- Spreads, ilES and IOP$ PAYNE, j letor i irBi Class i ) COLD ] 88 < cell Stettin | Tiaskftt / Ty Mon- ' as Thurh- J Rii Mm i |:fS® y./r-d &■ jgrv I mmmmmm A# ® . assS8S&V X £#V>' . iV^S-'i' ii:,"-yj ijHjjjSS^ ' i ■■ ■ ••'.s THR !W A bank account not only gives you a safe place to keep your money, but it is also a £reat convenience. Besides every check you draw is a legal receipt for the debt you pay Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. Tlte First National Bank Aspermont. Texas On Sale Dally During the Summer Liberal Stopover Long Limits CHOICE OF ROUTES Sleeper Equipped with Electric Lights and Fans, Talk it over with our Agents. A. D. BELL, Asst G. P. A. GEO. D. HUNTER, G. P.A. DALLAS, TEXAS i® OUR SPRINQ LINE Clothing. We have a good assortment in stock and if you wan* k suit made to measure, with fit guar- anteed, we can show you a large array of the latest styles and patterns. Everything You Eat, We...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 16 May 1912

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Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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