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

PROFESSIONAL j Ernest Herring LAWYER & ABSTRACTOR Especial Attention to Examining and Perfecting Land Titles. 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 th« Star Dru* Store 11. JORDAN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, Office at Aspermont Pharmacy ASPERMONT. - TEXAS A. A. ANNIS ... Dentist... Office over Star Drag Store Aspermont Texas J. M. Carter, Lawyer Practice in Stonewall and adjoin- ing counties. NOTARY IN OFFICE Office N. Vf' of Courthouse. Aspermont, Texas* W. T. DANIEL LAWYER & ABSTRACTER LAND TITLES Examined West Side Square, Aspermont, Texas. N. R. MORGAN ATTORNEY - AT - LAW Aspermont. Texas Office over First Natoinal Bank B. B. McGEE, M. D. Graduate Louisville Medical College. SWENSON, - - TEXAS ASPERMONT Telphone Exchange J. E. DAVIS, Prop. Better equipped than evér before to serve the public, both with local and long- distance service. Your Patronage...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 August 1912

The AspermontSta Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, August 29,1912 VoL 15. No Citation By Publication THE STATE pF TEXAS To the Sheri^F or any Constable of Stonewall County—Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon J R Woolsev, and the unknown heirs of the said J R Woolsev, if any there be, and any and all persons claiming title or interest, either legal or equi- table, to the hereinafter describ- ed lands, by making publication of this Citation once in each week for eight consecutive weeks pre- vious to the return day hereof, to be and appear at the next regular term of the Honorable District Court of Stonewall coun- ty, Texas, to be held at the court house thereof in the town of Aspermont, Texas, on the 11th Monday after the first Monday in August, 1912, the same being the 21st day of October, 1912, then and there to answer a peti- tion filed in said court on the 21st day of September, 1911, in a cause numbered 947, on the Civ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 August 1912

THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday RTCHARD H. McCARTY, - Editor Subscription $1.00 A Y«ar Entered at the PostofBce at Aspermont Texas, as second.class mail matter Four Issues One Month Telephone Girlies. Mrs. E. H. JOHNSON Fire Insurance Office: Old Bank Building. Hulon K. Finley, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. All Calls Answered Imme- diately. Records covering 55,000 tele- phone calls in Chicago show that on the average the girl answers the cali in three seconds, and connection with the line wanted is established in 25 seconds. If you just take your watch and count off the seconds each time you call, you will often find that it takes a longer or seorter time, but on the average the time probably holds for all well con- ducted systems, and in smaller cities is apt to be cut down con- siderably. Truth is, most tele- phone users are apt to be more impatient when calling a number than they are at any other time of their lives—not stopping to consider for one moment what the serv...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 August 1912

r.~ WHAT ARE YOU DOING WITH.YOUR MONEY.? YOU CAN FILL a BUCKET DROMY DROP M <^V THE BANK MAKE UP YOUR MIND to save a PART ot your income, and put it in the bank and let it stay there. How else can you get ahead? Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. The First National Bank Aspermont. Texas WHY NOT MUE $200." A MONTH*- - Tlnfs • tBO.°° a Week, almo ! S1Q.°° a Day Selling Victor Safes and fire-proof boxes to merchants, doctora, lawyers, dentists and well-to-do farmers, all of whom realize the need of a safe, but do not know how easy it is to own one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of the best, clean-cnt money-making opportuni- ties ever received. Without previous experi- ence YOU can duplicate the success of others^ Our handsomely illustrated 200-page catalog will enable yon to present the subject to cus- tomers in as interesting a manner as though you were piloting them through our factory. Men appointed as salesmen receive advice and instructions for selling safes, giving convincing tal...

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

¡g faultin of Laod and Town Lots Assessed on the Tax Ralls of the Town of Aspermont, Texas for the Year 1911, Returned Delinquent for 1911 by W. B. Bingham, Tax Collector. . NAME Original Grantee or Addition Lo t N Block No. Value Personal Property Total Taxable Property •O a s EH *3' i V a $ Penalty Total Taxes Boles Mrs. Emily r? .j -• . ~ ' 18 11 20 ! V ' 44 44 44 5 16 20 44 11 44 17 17 ^20 (4 44 44 18 15 20 44 44 44 4 19 25 44 44 44 2 21 25 44 44 44 < 21 31 30 44 44 4. 21 61 25 44 4 4 44 16 7 20 205 51 05 56 Carroll J A 1 to 5 53 600 5115 5715 14 29 1 42 15 71 Couch & Brady 1 to 8 42 1500 1500 3 75 40 4 15 Davis T J 7 38 200 10 1 10 66 tt 21, 22 20 200 400 1 00 Dewees J L 6 to 11 7 500 25 525 1 31 14 1 45 Farmers Supply Co 16 44 100 12100 12200 30 50 3 05 33 55 Freeman J R Keen A all 13 400 25 425 1 06 11 1 17 Forgus J M 12 to 16 56 650 46 64 20-21-22 9 150 66 46 21-22 26 175 • 6 66 1-2-4 23 700 66 66 14 16 25 66 46 4 to 7 57 150 1850 4 63 47 5 10 Hill H H 19 to 22 23 600...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 August 1912

J A Remarkable Premium Offer A Set of Six Rogers AgA Silver Teaspoons mmoBBL Full Size with your own or any other initial engraved in Old English letters on each^spoon Given To Our Customers As Premiums These spoons are heavi- ly plated with]pure silver and are warranted *to give satisfaction. How to Get A Setf Of Spoons Absolutely FREE. With every $15.00 worth of goods you buy of us FOR CASH whether bought at one time or at different times, we wiH give a set of Spoons FREE. The Spoons are now on exhibition at 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- wavs find a choice selection of Notions, Hosiery, Dress Goods and Millinerv, and a Dependa- Linefijof Staples and Groceries. Our Prices Mean A Saving to You N. G ROLLINS The Progress m Merchant LOCAL NEWS AND PERSONALS ★ M. D. Abbott was here Mon- day. Jesse B. Ford was in the citv Tuesday. Rev. Geo. Beavers was in the ««city Monday. Ask for piano certifica...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 29 August 1912

PROFESSIONAL Ernest Herring LAWYER & ABSTRACTOR Especial Attention to Examining and Perfecting Land Titles. 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 VM. JORDAN, H. D. Physician and Surgeon, Office at Aspermont Pharmacy ASPERMÓÑTT ~ TEXAS A. A. ANNIS ... Dentist... Office over Star Drug Store Aspermont, Texas J. M. Carter, Lawyer Practice in Stonewall and adjoin- ing counties. NOTARY IN OFFICE Office If. TV- of Courthouse. Aspermont, Texas W. T. DANIEL LAWYER & ABSTRACTER LAND TITLES Examined West Side Square, Aspermont, Texas. N. R. MORGAN ATTORNEY -AT - LAW Aspermont. Texas Office over First Natoinal Bank B. B. McGEE, M. D. Graduate Louisville Medical College. SWENSON, - - TEXAS ASPERMONT Telphone Exchange J. E. DAVIS, Prop. Better equipped than ever before to serve the public, both with local and long distance service. Your Patronage So...

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

The Aspermont Sta Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, September 5, 1912 Vol. IS. i \ THE PUBLIC SCHOOL OPENED MONDAY GOOD ATTENDANCE The Aspermont Public School opened Monday morning: in full blast. Quite a large number of the patrons were out to lend their aid to the school. The school has a strong faculty this year and starts out with the brightest prospects in its history. Miss Welch has charge of the first and second grades. Miss Hill has third and fourth grades. Mrs. Roy Riddel fifth and sixth grades. Prof. T. L. Hiner and Miss Ross have charge of the higher grades. Now let everybody get behind the public schools and work for a greater school in Aspermont. A public school is an index of the intelligence of a community and a community never rises higher than its school. Get your shoulder to the wheel and help the faculy of the school build up a great school. Thumb CntQff. T. A. Ellison of Brandenburg had the misfortune of gettin...

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

«SIS gp US A Set of Six Rogers A A Silver Teaspoons Full Size with your own or any other initial engraved in Old English letters on eachj^spoon Given To Our Customers As Premiums These spoons are heavi= ly plated with pure silver and are warranted to give satisfaction. 1 How to Get A Set Of Spoons Absolutely FREE. 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. 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 Millinerv, and a Dependa- LineJJof Staples and Groceries. Our Prices Mean A Saving to You ! The Progressive Merchant THE ASPERMONT STAR ; If you want to run a dairy why i in the dickens don't you get you Published Every Thursday jsome land and grass- RTCHARDH. McCARTY, Editor Subscription $1.00 A Year Entered at th...

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

i'M WHAT ARE YOU DOING WITH .YOUR MONEY.? YOU CAN FILL Sl BUCKET BROMYDRORM ccmv THE BANK MAKE UP YOUR MIND to save a PART of your income, and put it in the bank and let it stay there. How else can you get ahead? i ->• Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. The First National Bank Aspermont. Texas WHY NOT HUE J200. A MONTH -- Tint's * $50.°° a Week, almost $10.°° a Day 1 — Selling Victor Safes and fire-proof boxes to merchants, doctors, lawyers, dentists and well-to-do farmers, all of whom realize the need of a safe, bat do not know how easy i t is to own one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of the best, clean-cat money-making opportuni- ties ever received. Without previous experi- ence YOU can duplicate the sue'cess of others. Our handsomely illustrated 200-page catalog will enable you to present the subject to cus- tomers in as interesting a manner as though yon were piloting them through our factory. Men appointed as salesmen receive advice and instructions for selling safes, giving co...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 5 September 1912

:> ■Vv> M~ $ «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 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 hale 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 land in...

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

LOCAL'NEWS; PERSONALS W. E. Metcalf was in town this week. Robert Scott was in town Wed ^nesday. Dr. Wilson left Tuesday for .Abilene. S. B. Pierson visited in Haskell tthis week. E. M. Bilberry was down from iPeacock Monday. L. H. Perkins was on our streets this week. Ask for piano certificates at -John Guest's store. G. A. Hicks was down from ^Victoria Saturday. S. J. King" was down from "Swenson Saturday. Arthur McCarty was up from Stamford this week. Eugene Mayfield was down rfrom the ranch Tuesday. '•Fred Johnson is now book- 'keeper for S. B. Pierson. Mr. and Mrs. Roe Irvin were in the city this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sedberry iwere in the city this week. Mrs. Ben G. Reynolds is visit- Ting relatives in Kentucky. John Guest gives^way a piano absolutely free some one. Misses Bessie and Jessie Stan- ley were shopping in the city Tuesday. Let us tell you about our circu- lating library proposition. Star Drugstore. Clement Guest left Monday for Throckmorton where he has a positi...

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

OATS For Sale NEW CROP 1 Either for cash or Will trade Oats for Cattle. B. R. Buchanan ASPERMONT Telphone Exchange J. E. DAVIS, Prop. Better equipped than ever before to serve the public, both with local and long distance service. Your Patronage Solicited. Livery, Feed AND SALES STABLE W. B. BINGHAM Proprietor Good, Serviceable Teams and Up-to-now Rigs. Special attention to Transient Trade. Feed Always on Hand. Aspermont, Texas GOOD ROADS j|'' i A BAD ROAD. Psychologies tell us that 44the slow moving animals are with the least brains" and of all the animals, man alone been able to increase the rapidity of his movements by bor- and by artificial means. Man's accomplishments in transportation are the best index to his progress and civilization is best ganged by the kind of vehicles and character of road- ways. The patience of the public in enduring bad roads is one of the marvels of modern times. LeFS get a move on us and build good roads. 01 I I We Loan Money * ON LAND Write Insuranc...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 September 1912

The Aspermont St Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, September 12, 1912 VeL V / ft Dear Amy: New furniture demands new rugs. When you go to buy your rugs it makes lots of difference where you go to buy them. I always leave the selection to people who know what colors will har- monize with my furniture, and what * kind will give long wear and always keep ttretf bright colors. Always your friend, Lou P. S.--Neither 1 nor my friends ^ have ever been disappointed in the Rugs we bought from S. B. PIERSON Hardware and Furniture Aspermont, - Texas Flies and Typhoid. "The recurrent epidemics of tpphoid fever at Newark, Del., are due to the spread of typhoid germs by flies. There is no doubt about this." This declaration was made to- day by Dr. Albert Robin, one of the foremost bacteriologists in the East, and for four years bac- teriologist in the state laboratory in connection with Delaware col- lege at Newark. Dr. Robin, now a resident of...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 September 1912

■y SipjJ ' , #'í MY. ü ,'\SiJ¡r|| i IS NOW COMPLETE All the new styles modes, patterns and materials in Dress Goods and Millinery are now in. Do not wait till later but come now and get the choice ATTENTION! I will close my books on the 15th of Sept. All goods are CASH after that date. I want to clean my stock and in order to do so make low prices BELOW ARE SOME OF THE REDUCTIONS The best Flour $2.75 per IOO pounds White Cloud or Jewel Compound 95c per pail Sugar $6.00 per 100 pounds. THESE PRICES ARE STRICTLY CASH Calico 5c per yard. L L Sheeting 7 l-2c 6 spools cotton for 25c Men and boys Novelty Hats worth $3.50 and $3.00 for $2.00 Mens Shirts worth $1.00 for 40c ■J- ■f- p&f.-fr'.-i i COIVie AND LET US SHOW YOU SOME OF THE BARGAINS xéf L. The Progressive Merchant ; . * ■ ira = THE ASPERMONT STAR 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 Tbe Yoa...

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

WHAT ARE YOU DOING WITH .YOUR MONEY.? YOU CAN FILL SL BUCKET PgojgYDRO^jfpM.. «DSRÍ. ' T-r"T-* .. <r THE BANK MAKE UP YOUR MIND to save a PART oí your income, and put it in the bank and let it stay there. How else can you get ahead? Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. The First National Bank Aspermont. Texas WHY NOT MAKE $200. * A MONTH - - That's • ISO.— a Week, almost $10.°° a Pay Selling Victor Safes and flre-proof boxea to merchants, doctora, lawyers, dentists and well-to-do fanners, all of whom realize the need of a safe, but do not know how easy it is to own one. Salesmen declare our proposition one of the best, clean-cut money-making opportuni- ties ever received. Without previous experi- ence YOU can duplicate the success of others. Our handsomely illustrated 300-page catalog will enable yon to present the subject to cus- tomers in as interesting a manner as though you were piloting them through our factory. Men appointed as salesmen receive advice and instructions for selling safes...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 September 1912

. ; &.V- LAND BARGA * 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 land ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 September 1912

LOCAL NEWS; PERSONALS Read the aew ads. Joe Craft was in town Satur- day, Wade Davis was in town Mon- day. Nell Poore was in town Satur- day. Bring your cotton to Asper- mont. M. V. Guest was in town Sat- urday. Jim Hahn was in the city Sat- urday. John D. Martin was in town Saturday. R. A. Oakes was on our streets .Saturday * Sam Lanier went to Stamford Monday. Capt. T. C. Hoy was in town Wednesday. Miss Edna Lee has been quit e *sick this week. Ed Cox was down from Pea- cock thursday. Walter Martin was on our ^streets Saturday. E. O. Watkins was down from 'Cfoton Saturday. See 'us for "Special Prices" A. W. Springer & Son. W. L Turner did business in ithe city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Gardner were in the city Saturday. H. E. Doggett marketed cot *on in the city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Shadle visited home-folks Sunday. Houston Winn was on our ^streets this week. I'll tell you the fleecy staple sure is coming in now. Hear the musical at the Court house Tuesday night Sept....

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 12 September 1912

w. (continued from first page) tional pound 5 cents, 11 pounds 57 cents, 600-mile zone, first pound 8 cents, each additional pound 6 cents, 11 pounds 68 cents 1,000-mile zone, first pound 9 cents, each additional pound 7 cents, 11 pounds 79 cents; 1,400- mile zone, first pound 10 cents, each additional bound 9 cents, 11 pounds $1; 1,900-mile zone, first pound 11 cents, each additional pound 10 cents, 11 pounds $1.11; over 1,800 miles, first pound 12 cents, each additional pound 12 cents, 11 pounds $1.32, The postmaster general may make provision for indemnity, insurance and collection on deli- very, with additional charges for such service, and may, with the consent of the interstate com- merce commission after investi- gation; modify rates, weights and zone distances when experience has demonstrated the need there- for. Affidavit of Commissioners' Court to Examination of County Cash and Assets THE STATE OF TEXAS, J IN COMMISSIONERS' COURT Stonewall County Reg. Aug. Term 1912 Before...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 26 September 1912

i The Aspermont Star 3Ü I Richard H. McCarty, Editor and Publisher Aspermont, Stonewall County, Texas, Thursday, September 2?, 1912 Vol. 15. No. 10 WttMVtw |g«jWtóíJ <9 Madam: Do you like the Range you've got? Do you need a new one? You family will not be healthy and happy unless their food is well cooked. A proper range msans proper food. ^ One of our Ranges will lighten the hard work of Cooking, and make it fun. Come let us explaiu our ranges to you. S. B. PIERSON Hardware and Furniture Aspermont, - Texas ASPERMONT TO HAVE WATERWORKS SYSTEM Capt. E. V. Sellers informs us that Aspermont will sure have water-works in the near future. The land has been secured and about all the money has been pledged to build the dam. The water supply will be south of town on Dan Couch's place. The dam will be about 700 feet long:. This will be the largest water supply in West Texas. It will cover about 75 or 100 acres of land and will be from 20 to 30 feet deep. It will cost about $50,000 to put ...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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