The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 30, 1913 Page: 5 of 8
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BUY AT ROLLINS
Where selections ara better and prices to
A new fall and winter stock that can not be surpassed
in any small town. X 'X X ÍS I I
All the new patterns in
dress goods; Maire, silks,
mescaline, Brocade silk,
whipcord, serge; woo! mixed
Net, all over lace, fancy but-
tons, Persian ribbons; just
the thing to give the finish-
ing touches that add so much
to the stvle of the dress.
Pretty becur shapes-
Hats that are cor ect in style
for the coming season. A
little time spent in this de-
partment will be interesting.
SCOUT SHOES for boys and girls school
wear. Made esPeciaily strong for romp-
and school wear.
A complete line of staple goods. Red Seal
and Amoskeag ginghams, cotton checks,
cheviots, percale, calico and sheetings.
A visit to This Store will be both PLEASANT
and PROFITABLE. ------- - .
"The Progressive Merchant.
* LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ❖
Watch and clocks repaired in
first class condition. All work
guaranteed. Call at City Bai bei
The Best Hot Weather Tonic
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TO! enriches the
blood, builds up the whole system
derfully strengthen and fortify you to w,u. sk
the depressing effect ofjthe hot summer. 50c.
Everyone knowing them sel-
ves indebted to Gibson Brothers
will call and settle at once as we
must have money to meet our
obligatious. This means yon.
We sell Moon Bros. Buggies.
Fveryone knowing themselves
indebted to Gibson Brothers will
please settle at once, as we must
meet our obligations. This means
We sell Moon Brothers Bug.
We have worlds of 8 per cent
money to loan on farms and
ranches in Stonewall and adjoin-
ing counties. Pierce & T illot-
I will be in Jay ton November,
3rd. to 8th.~ A. A. Annis.
J. A. Riley marketed cotton in
the city this week.
Judge Buie and D. O. McRim
mon weae up from Stamford
TuesPay on business. We sup-
pose that they came up to see
To be "found wanting" is commend-
able in a customer—but ft is Unpardon-
able in the man behind the counter.
We ate never "out" of anything in
Juit one example—of many—we hare
> full stock of
They act like a spring tonic on any kind
of fabric and will completely rejuvenate
your wardrobe. 10c per Package
¡ Look at those cook stoves'and
i heaters at Gibson Bros,
See us if vou want any 8 per
cent, money we have it to loan
on farms and ranches. Pierce &
We have ail kinds of 8 per cent
I monev, from ten thousand to
j just as much as you want. Pierce
Don't fail to figure with us on
that loan, we have all kinds of
money to loan on farms and
ranches. Only 8 per cent and
plenty of it, Pierce & Tillotson,
Tf anv lady in Stonewall coun-
t\. or ;<nv other county as to that
will coüect twenty dollars for us
on subscription, we will give
them a beautiful dinner set, for-
ty two pieces.
B.F. Goodin handed us a silver
wheel on subscription this week-
W. C Henderson who in the
Motorcycle for Sale.
I have an Excelsor Motorcycle
for sale. As good as new, and a
real bargain for the price. Dou-
ble cylinder and a dandy,
Dr, A. A. Annis made a trip to
Abilene and Merkel this week
Dr. Annis says that the farmers
are holding lots of cotton over
Barney Davis was
streets this week.
Mr. aod Mrs, Bob Morrow
were in the city this week doing
business with our merchants,
las. They went down to see
the sights of the fair.
Col. Jim Link saw the sights
at the State Fair this week. He
says the fair is great this year.
H. C. McEvven came in Sat-
urday and paid a dollar on sub-
scription. Carl says he has out
ten bales of cotton and will get
Messer. Dol, Bob, and Tandy
Martin left Saturday for Dallas.
The boys went down to see the
great State Fair.
Mr and Mrs. He^irv Hahn
were in the city Saturday doing
business with our merchants.
Printers ink, used with judge-
ment will set the world on fire
or turn the tide of an empire.
Old Jack Frost showed his
hoary beard this week and nip-
peg the green stuff going and
We have been talking about
advertising Stonewall county for
the past several weeks, but as
yet have no respons3.
Mrs. N. G. Rollins and daugh-
ter, Miss Eula May visited the
Dallas State Fair the past week.
The Brenham Banner is right
when it says "When you run
Across a man who is trying to
rub out the past and trying to
liye a better and more useful
life why not stick out your hand
and help him along, instead of
givinghim a kick? There are
millions of men in this world to-
day who are posing as good
men and true men who never
miss the opgortunity to stab the
man who is down and out and
who is trving to rebuild and
start life again. There is no
Christianity in a spirit that
would keep a man from getting
honest and work, and when is
struggling to face the world and
do rightis dertaihly moro con-
temptlv and little than anything
that can be possibly imagined,"
Garage For Sale.
My Garage is for sale. Come
quick if you want a bargain—-
First Come, first to get a bar-
A. I. Anderson.
Gentleman if we get busy and
put Stonewall,on the map, that
is let people know where we are
and what our adyantages are, in
the next two years there will be
some new blood in the countrv<
and prosperity will abound on
Read Bryant - Links ad this
week. There is lots of good
store news in it for you.
Talk about advertising but
E.M. Kahn and Co. of Dallas
have capped the climax, In one
issue of the Datfas News they
had nine pages of advertising.
We da not know what the news
gets a page for advertising.
Someone said three hundred
and fifty dollars and at that rate
it would be twenty-nine hun-
dred and fifty dollars. That -is
what we call nerve, and a man
with out nerve this day is a
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McCarty, Richard H. The Aspermont Star (Aspermont, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 30, 1913, newspaper, October 30, 1913; Aspermont, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth168551/m1/5/: accessed July 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stonewall County Library.