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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 April 1917

r wjiibmiwi i)'i"PiuBluiW yminmj4 nmwpmyv'y"yri. ''!""'""'"'"'"" ""vi.'wwin-m tJlillfffillHwl1 ).'!' pn H "HIlmjPM-HI I ' u WV W -w mwwnjpumwnn'w ffreSimraansBrmifi n Vol.1 MORE HONOR FOR SIMMONS ALONG LITERARY LINES Miss Mamie Goodnight Wins First .Place .In 8tate Intercollegiate Story ContestClaud Lloyd Second In Poem SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 20 1917 In tho Texas' Intercollegiate Press Association contests which woro con- ducted in connection with tho annual convention which was hold at T O. U. last week Miss Mamie Goodnight won for Simmons tho honor of flnjt placo In tho "story contest and Mr. Claud Lloyd won second placo in tho Poem contest. This reinstates Sim mons in tho front rank as the places wore won over contestants from tho other representative Texas Colleges and Universities. Baylor won first placo In Poem and first place in es- say. The honor for Simmons was a signal one. Tho Prize which Miss Good night won was a $10 gold piece and was awarded at tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 April 1917

Stye Simmons Brand Tho Weekly Publication of tho Stu- dents of Summons Collog.o Abilene Texas. ' Entered as second clastf mrtttor at tho Post Office at Abilene Toxas under tho Act of Congress March 3 1879. Subscription Prlco the Year.... $1.50 i ' i ' i Member of tho Toxas Intorcollegiato Press Association Staff Selected from Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building Mildred l'nxton Editor-in-Chief Mamie Goodnight. .. .Associate Editor Claude Lloyd' . Editor of Corral It. "W. Foy . iluslncss Mnnngcr Horace Ulacktvoll. .Asst Hub. Mnnngcr i. J. KcQlcr Circulation Mgr. ADVISORY EDITORS: Dr. 0. H. Cooper Mrs. G. II. Sandefor Dr. W. P. Fry. SPECIAL EDITORS THIS WEEK. Anna Morris Morgan Copelandi STAFF D. Q. Riddle Carrol Spangler Morltt Clemens Florence Morrow John McWhorter Raymond Foy Mary Cooper NOTICE ADVERTISERS. Turn now copy In not later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 417 to Mcall for new copy." Ye editors have about decided that they have too many...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 April 1917

7T ; FIRST KOILEGE SIRKUS IS One VleW of Kollege SPECTACULAR PARADE MAKES SENSATION (Continued from page one.) ) .Next camo tho Patriotic Truck car- tying pretty girls dressed in whita middies and Blclrts trimmed in red and ' blue; then tho cowboys and cowgirls : portraying the Wild Western ranch life; next tho Pope and Clio car dec- ' oratad In green and gold bearing girls and boyB fittingly dressed in thplr so- ciety colors; then throe pink and white trfmmed cars representing the "town bunch;" then a white and gold ' car from the land of Mary-Frances all of which wcro beautifully decora- ted. Next was "Ben Hur" with his sweeping chariot drawn by three rep- resentative species of ''donheydom." Tho Press Club float boro a "press- or' laboriously pressing a pair of pants UNRIVALED 1 1 Tf?ii!r3Z while all about tho "pressor" wero copies of "Tho Simmons Brand." Then followed a float on which was a.i immenso foot-ball carrying tho pla- card "Foot-ball Back to Stay". Clowns wero there in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 April 1917

"WILSON BROS." The label that stands for Comfort Fit and Wear in Men's Unionsuits and Athletic Underwear. Keep in harmony with the season by buying "Wilson Bros." Shirts Pajamas Hosiery Handkerchiefs Belts and Notions. Experience will justify jour confidence in every article which bears this name. Underwear $ 1 .00 $ 1 .50 $2.00 JOHN PRICE CO. WHERE ITS PRICED RIGHT FOR SIMMONS T. C. U. ENTERTAIN8 INTERCOL- LEGIATE PRE88 ASSOCIATION. Delegates Report Enjoyable Time Banquet at the Westbrook Hotel an Elaborate Affair. Tho Annual Meeting of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association was held with T. C. U. Thursday and Fri- day April the 12th and 13th 1917.' The Simmons delegates arrived In Fort Worth bright and early Thursday morning and at onco went to T C. U. where they were met and welcomed by Mr. Alden Evans president of T. I. P. A. after which they were conducted through the beautiful' buildings and grounds which constitute Texas Chris tlan "University. As some of the delegates w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 April 1917

PPWi7T l F"R7w"f' HW b Vol.1 SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 2 1917 No 28 SSSSSI ANNUAL RECEPTION Bid SOCIAL EVENT ' FOR FRESHIES Colicgo Kiddles Eat Apricot Ico and Havo Big- Tlmo In Splto of Soph Franks and Circular In- Tltatlons MARSTON APPROVES GYMNASIUM PLANS DONOR OF $10000.00 TO SIMMONS GYM WENT OVER TllANS ' THURSDAY. WORK TO BEGIN SOON "Who said tho Fish couldn't pull off an un-to-dato reception? Tho FlBh wora Jubilant ovor tho fact that tha reception had gono pff to tho satisfac tion of all. Contrary to their expec- tations tholr president was allowed to como to tho reception unmolested and it Is understood that. ho had a ''most -glorlbUB" time amongst Buch a school of the "Finny Trlbo " Thoro were somo unuiMal precau tions taken such as shrouding tho dining room in tho characteristic col- oring of tho class (green shades) and tho fact that no guests worjj allowed to go out of tho door simply becauso It was locked. Notwithstanding that these supposedly necessary...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 April 1917

'. - Tfsnjf? - srjr" rrflrr---rnH. ( fjrT-rjv ttw ' n7-" l y ii $Wlir$immon5Br?mfl The Weekly Publication of the Stu- dents of Simmons College Abilene Texas. Bntere4 as second class matter at the Poet Office at Abilene Texas under the; Act of Congress March 3 1879. Subscription Price the Year....$l.0 Member of the Texas intercollegiate Press Association Staff Selected from Student Body on Merit Basis; Office Third Floor Library Building Mildred raxtoa Editor-Ia-Calcf Maalo Goodnight.... Associate Editor Claude Lloyd ....... Editor of Corral B W. Fey .. Business Manager Horace BlackwclI.'.Asst Bus. Manager J. J. Kcctcr Circulation Mgr. ADVISORY EDITORS: Dr. 0. H. Cooper Mrs. Q. H. Sandefer Dr. W..F. Fry. ISSUE EDITOR MERITT CLEMENS Staff Squad A. A. DuLanoy A. C." Miller M. I Hopson W C. Martin Anna Morris " Emma Evans Margaret Goodnight Royco Olllllond NOTICE ADVERTISERS Tarn new copy In not later than Tnesday te Reporter efflec or pnonc 417 to "call fer new copy." call comes for ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 April 1917

4 At Th MISSION "SIMMERINGS OP SIM." 4 4 4 Spaiiglor to Mr Arnettoj "Prbfc Af- notto whoro Is tho center ot human FRIDAY affection " A 4J-J " J7 1 MISS "BRIDGES BURNED" A S-ACT METRO FRANCIS X BUSHMAN and BEVERLY BAYNE In "The Great Secret" and a Metro Comedy Saturday at the Queen Moving Pictures of the Kollege Sirkus Parade FULL PROGRAM IN ADDITION T '..- -i' :'.' WITH OUR FRIENDS. . '- -" '.' Texas Uifi AV. J; Battle dean ot faculties' an professor of Greek has resigned bin position in the University and will go 'to the 'University of Cincinnati U occupy the Chair of Greek there. C. I..A. " I The teachers of' the North Texar Teachers Association which held ltf ( annual 1917 meeting in Denton Frldaj .and Saturday of last week were guesti of C. I. A. and gave much praise to the work of that Institution. T C. U- "' The Horned Frogs and the Baylor Bears met in two classes last Mon- day and Tuesday and each came out of the conflicts . with one victory. Out of five matches in a tennis t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 April 1917

'.. GRADUATING SUITS FOR YOUNG MEN When your son graduates from High School or College you'll want to see. that he makes as good an appearance as the occasion deserves. Its a pretty- important event for him and he wants to look at his best. ' . ""... HART SCH AFFNER & MARX make clothes that are especially designed for graduates; they're youthful in lines; not the same as for older young men or for high school principal or president of the board. We have clothes for them too; but the young graduate wants something different. We can supply it; hr a large variety of fabrics' and col- ors; dark wprsted blue serges fine tweeds; all wool and perfectly tailored and correctly fitted. Gome in and let us help you in the selection of this impor- tant suit. The suit will be correct in style appropriate in color and best of all you get real clothes val"e for your money. Prices range $1850. $20J22.50 $25 MINTER DRY GOODS GO. Abilene' Progressive Store 4 .'m. v- :.' ;' . SDCFICTION. j- ...... ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 May 1917

'-wnnriy'Tir.iwHlT!-'i'ftl "?wl 'w'SWi "'""' LI n iti nijihPWr' ffiprityi'inwii. MyjinriwrwW" w-m -umi pfuuitWfimwMi.iwj)piwyuppiipiiHtiyiWM)i fiy;s.iininii iJi''iiiy)ljyiJylii'!wi'JiuytnwHjy'WiM8yWWyT7 STh Simmons Brd w 0 " Vol.1 SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 4 1917 No 29 CEC1LE CONAWAY III GRADUATE RECITAL FRIDAY EVENING EIVE MEN ELECTED TO MEMBERSHIP FOY AND 60DFREY RESIGN HEAD-POSITIONS OF 1918 ANNUAL COLLEGE MEETING NOW BEING CONDUCTED BY DR. JENKENS ANNUAL INTER-SOCIETY 0. 8 D. FOR THIS AFTERNOON Assisted In Excellently Interpreted Re. cltal Program by May Burkett Soprano. In the College Auditorium Friday evening .April 27 Miss Cocllo Cona- .way graduate of piano assisted by Miss Mao Burkett soprano appeared before the students and her friends ' in recital. Miss Conaway'B splendid talent enabled her to interpret the most difficult BelecUons In a very skillful and pleasing manner and caused great applauso. 1 Miss Burkett gifted with an unusu- al voice delighted tho h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 May 1917

r 1 fN?$imroonsBf?tnfl The AYWy Publication of the Stu- deU) of Simmons Texas. Collego Abilene Entered as accend class matter at tho Post Office at Abilene Texas under te Act of Congress. March 3 1879 . III mj 1! M. gulwcrlptlea Price the Year.... $1.50 Member of the' Texas Intercollegiate Press Association angel incubator but at least we should prove to our friends that we aro' not wholly materialistic in bur efforts and that we can do for oursolves that which we stand so weetully in need of "fyhy not do this for Old Sunt Other student bodies have dor; it Simmons needs tho Honor System. H. H. of one of Chopin's compositions? D. R. R. more About the honor system! Staff Selected from Student Body on Merit Basis. Offlci?4 Third Floor Library Building Mildred Fasten ..... Editor-in-Chief Mamie Goodnight.. Associate Editor ClHde Lleyd Editor of Corral R. W. Foy Business Manager Horace Black well.. Asst Has Manager J. J. Kcctcr CircnlatJon Mgr. ADVISORY EDITORS: Dr. O. H. Cooper Mrs. G.1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 May 1917

SIMMONS -COWBOYS HAVE FOUR DAYS' ROUNDUP AT BROWNWOOD (Contlnucfl from pagq ono.) team that 'ha J mado Its appearance In that city this season. Tho following men went to Brown- wood: Qodfroy Lees Hardin Bal. low Thomas Hunter Newman Whtc phaw Norman Winters ta- gee Hans Copoland land Coach Brad- icy. Joe Modloy and Fred Dalles accom- panied' tho team. A little Tragedy In Scnlordom Tho busy business meeting of tho Senior class was in progress Com- mittee No. 1 had roportod a little bill of aomo $200.00. Tiro Treasurer had mado a reports A deficit fn tho treas ury of about $30. Commlttco No. 2 then recorded a small bill for 43G.00. V A nowly-crcatcd committed next brought In an Inspiring report of plans Afor a brand now project which would I possibly mean that tho Soniors would 1 bo out tho insignificant sum of $50.00. . Invitation Committee next roso to rp- '. .nlnd. tho class that tho invitations vjould arrive in a fov days and re- mittances woro in ordor together with a fow minor p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 May 1917

0 Correct Clothes for Graduation and Commencement and the Furnishings That 60 With Them Tho young men of Abilene recognize the wide range of new and individual styles in Clothes offered them by this store. Commencement sooa to be should find you ready to enjoy the occasion iii a smart nowsuit of unmistakable fashion. Hero you will find Stein-Bloch's Smart Clothes and Kirschbaum's "Ynngfcllo" clothesdcsigned for young men who desire tho finer styles the smarter patterns the classy fabrics and the most distinctive fit PRICED .$15.00 $16.50 $20.00 AND $25.00. All the needful Purnishings arc here and priced to meet your ideas of economy as well as .good taste. - Hats Caps Gloves Shoes Hose Shirts and Ties to go Avith your ntjw suit'. KifSt T THftUlifiwuiCa Ult 1 Jesse II. Wilson. State Student Y. M. C. A. Secretary spoke to tho Young Men's Christian Association last Thursday evening on ''Being Friends With Christ." His message was sln- coro and forciblo as Is characteristic of him. At t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 May 1917

iramans Brand m? l Vol. I SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 11 1917 No 30 h NO LACK OF PATRIOTISM But ltyd Little CJinnco nt Leon Springs Cnnip. Showing Her Slmro In Other llrnnclics of Scr- lice. A Lino on Other Tcxns Colleges Simmons will not have a fair repre- 1 Bentatlon at Leon Springs along with all other College and University men but It was NOT a lack of patriotism manifested among the boys; for many of the. boys notably upper-classmen and Coach Dradley Professor Payne and others armed with recommenda- tions and application requirements with all their patriotism and pep key- high anxiously awaited the enlistment officer only to be Informed when he arrived that "the ranks were cldsed." A. C. Foster however succeeded In be- ing among those chosen with the first call. So perhaps by a turn of fate there will be only one or two of the Simmons students to carry the Purple and Gold beneath the Stars and Stri- pes that Is in the training camp at Leon Springs; but thero will n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 May 1917

$jn)p$imraon5Br?ma The Weakly1 Publication of the Stu- dents 9t Simmons College Abilene Texas. Entered &b second class matter Rt the Poet Offlee at Abilene Texas under the Act of Congress March 3 1879. SuWeerlpt'.es Price the Year... $i.50 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Staff Selected from Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building Mildred raxtea Kdlter-Ia-Chlof Mamie Goodnight.. ..Associate Editor ClHHde Lloyd Editor of 'Corral K. "flT. Fey .......... Business Manager Horace BIacktTOlI..A8st Bus. Manager J. J. Keeter Circalatlon Mgr. ADlflSOBY EDITORS: Dr. 0. ri. ooper Mrs. Q H. Sandcfer Dr. W. F. Fry. SQUAD 8 Morgan Copeland Merltt Clemoda Hay mend Foy 'itoyce Gllllland Flbrence Morrow Katie Foy Mary Cooper Walter Jennings D. Q. Riddlo NOTICE ADYEBTISERS. Turn aew copy in not later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 417 to call fer new copy." ' Another trench has been dug behind -which the shirkers can hide. It is that phrase:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 May 1917

v4'-M(i1 'J KO LACK OF PATIHOTISM" AMONG SIMMONS SENIORS JUNlOltS AND UNDEIt CLASSMEN (Continued from pago ono.) hero aro aloo loft vacant and so largo a percent of the baseball team have gone that all games aro called off. Even tho undor-classmon when their' standing pormlts will bo given credit for their term's worlo If they answer tho call. At Baylor All scheduled games are called off military training is tho or- der of tho day among tho girls as well as among tho boys. A good percent of th Baylor boys will probably bo present at Leon Springs It is rumored that at Itlco tho situa- tion is almost grave because of tho de- pletion of -tho ranks of tho students'. Tho Thrashor Informs us that approx- imately fifty men leave for Leon Springs Training Camp tho Senior men aro prominent among them with tho result that class organization plans will not be. carried out. All forms of athletics aro to bo discontinued for tho present year. Tho Sophs gave the parting Leon Springs men a farewell...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 May 1917

DEAN OLSEN TO GIVE LEC- TURES ON AGRICULTURE As time goes on it becomes increas- ingly evident that Sherman's defini- tion of war is an apt expression of the cruelties and horrors of an awful ca- tastrophe where men by the millions lay down their lives in tho strugglo of battle: ' One of tho most Important factors in this -vr&r is the food supply. Tho resources of tho world aro being mar- shaled for tho greatest strugglo of all time. Realizing tho importance of this phaso. of warfare tho commissioner of Education of tho United States is get- ting in touch with tho schools and colleges of tho land urging tho stud- ents to become leaders in helping to fncrcaso and consono tho food supply. Our own collcgo is not lacking tho patriotic spirit Dr. Olson of tho Scl- enco Dopar'tmont will arrango a ser- ies of lecture for tho men who can- not go to tho frbnt on tho all im- portant subject of ; agriculturo; Miss. Stamper" teacher ofDomcstic Science has kindly consented to lecturo to tho ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1917

1(SW T'yTrFr"''Jfr'"S ' f ""-J? -t-i'WTT-''- Tt.-'ifr-nr"-- Vol I SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 18 1917 JNo 31 ywityMipy yptwww'':w wt fls1 '" mfpwyy" t$ wf" j hi ww y "w " qy HTty ifj-wnyi'-'' i-v" w ' '." ''"" '"'' 4 ! Simmons Bratti K SEASON'S VICTORIES TOTAL THIRTEEN Of ' SIXTEEN COLLEGE GAMES MOST SUCCESSFUL TEAM IN MS- TORY OF COLLEGE TURNED OUT BY COACH BRADLEY SEVEN SHUT-OUT GAMESfe Norman. Hardin and Winters Ranked Among tho Best College Pitchers In tlio State When the baseball workout began in the early part of tho spring thoro woro . about seventy-fivo men out- ovory af- ternoon working hard .'for a place on tho team. Coach Bradley's task was equal to that of John McGraw's when it camo to picking tho "Regulars" out of tho splendid group of ball playors. After three weeks hard work tho squad was picked and from then until the opening of the season it was hard work for the men that Bhowcd enough basball ability to stay In tho squad. Bad weather for several days i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1917

if 'fTTmrr- 4tL ffThi ttt'miinifti?ltl A fiC gqtmmmsiremQ The Weekly Publication of tho Stu- deiilf of Simmons Collogo Abllono Texas. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Abllono Texas undor the "Act of Congress March 3 1879. Subscription Price tho Year... $1.50 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate - Press Association Staff Selected from Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building Mildred Paxton k Edltorn-Chlof Mamio Goodnight k . .Associate Editor Claude Lloyd Editor of Corral 1L IV. For i business Manager Horace Black well. .Asst Bus. Manager J. J. Kcctcr Circulation Mgr. ADVISORY EDITORS; Dr. O. H. Cooper Mrs. G. H. Sandcfer Dr. "W. F. Fry. ISSUE. EDITOR M. T-. HOPSOX Squad 1 Anna Morris W. C Martin Ruth Barkley R. W. Foy Carroll Spanglor Myra Barnes J. W Hodges 0. J. Hull NOTICE ADVERTISERS. Tarn now copy In not later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 417 to ricall for new copy." An ounce of falthfulncss-to-tho-Job you're holding now is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1917

CLIOS AND I'HILOS STAGE THE TIGHTEST GAME Of THE SEASON (Continued from pago one) first. Winters hit by pitcher wctit to first. Godfrey singled sending Win- (era tp third from hero to scored on Hunters sacrifice. Hardin struck out. ' Cllbs Newman hit out to pitcher. Payne struck out. Lees hit to pitcher went to first; stolo Bccond and scored on White's double to center. Score tied 2 to 2. ! positions havo not yet been filled Dr. " From the 9th. until the game waslMoon as formo'rly stated will bo head called ltt the twelfth there waB a of tho Classical Department. In the pitchers battlo between Norman and Fino Arts Faculty tho position of Head Hardin with throe up and three down instructor In tho School of Art and Tho final outcome was pleasing for it Crafts is yet unfilled as also the post- FACULTY FOR NEXT YEAR ANNOUNCED President .Sandofor stated Tuesday that tho Ltlerary Faculty of Simmons has boon ro-olcctod without change except for tho positions of head of Modern .Language Dep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1917

for tho first day Tuesday'. MENU ' Fruit Cocktail Salmon Tlmbales Commencement Cream Peas Potatoes au G rat In Hot Rolls Butter Balls Iced Tcaf ' Marshmallow Salad Chceso Straws Gifts . v Irish Iceburg Angel Cak 4 "SIXMERINGS OP SIM." 4 -H We have all got. the spring fovor and school is nearly out so what d6 we caro if you don't laugh at our Jokes? A Weary Roporter ll v - . - WJ " ; rt . You'll Smile WHEN YOU WALK OFF WITH ONE OF OUR NEW STYLE 8TRAW8. NOW LET U8 TELL YOU THEY ARE SOME HAT8 BRIMFUL OF STYLE. NEVER WAS ANY BET- TER QUALITY. THEY'RE IN A DIFFERENT CLA8S FROM THE ORDINARY ' RUN OF 8TRAW HATS THAT ARE OFFERED THEY'RE THE 8NAPPY 8TYLE8 THAT FIND FAVOR WITH YOUNG MEN. 8ENNIT8 8PLIT8 MILANS LEG- HORN8 AND PANAMAS WHICH- EVER YOU PREFER WE HAVE THEM. ALL. PLAIN AND FANCY BANDS IN MANY HAND80ME PATTERNS. ' PRICES TO PLEASE Good Standing DEPENDS MUCH 'UPON THE SHOES YOU WEAR SHOE8 ARE A VERY NOTICEABLE PART OF YOUR WEARABLE. STYLE AND FOOT COMFORT BOTH ARE FOUND IN THE MEN'S 8...

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