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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 October 1920

THE OPTIMIST True happiness is to no place confined. But still it is found in a contented mind Unmanly poverty sub- dues the heart cankers each .wound and sharpens every dart. Volume VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 1 4 1920 Number 3 ALEX SKOVGAARD HERE FIRST OF FEBRUARY r a mAtfc? ihmicii m it c I f I A M A LIVING A. C. C. YELL AND SONG BOOK DAISY HALL GIRLS ARE NOW SELF GOVERNING SOON TO BE OFF PRESS riiuuuo wnrwou ni u j i u uui AND COMPANY BE BKUUUHT BY ATHLETIC ASS'N. The athletic association of A. C. C has been extremely fortunate in secur- ing Alex SKovgaartl and Company fam- ous musicians for an entertainment in the college auditorium February I 1921. Notwithstanding the fact that artists are being brought here nt considerable expense by the Association admission rales will be extremely low. Mr. Nolcs announces that tickets will bo $1.50 $1.50 and 50c. Skuvgaard the head of the company is a Danish violinist. An unusually large man he weighs nearly three1 hun...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 October 1920

Mm. THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration J'uilding Room 6 Subscrpillon Per Year .. - $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders payable to THrt OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. Mr .iber of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. ELMER J. BERRY- Editor-in-Chief JAMES CHILDRESS .Asst. Editor HERBERT LOVE Joke Editoj J. WARREN JACKSON Business Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN .Asst. Bus. Mgr. SUPERVISORY EDITORS. Religious Activities Elmer Nichols Social Events .............. ..Alta Mae Baker Athletics Wendell Bedlcheck Chaps in Chapel ...Ima Fuchs A. C. C. Day by Day Nanabel Estes Personals Maybelle Partner Fine Arts . . Vera Ray' EDITORIAL A COUKECTION. Last week's Issuo ot the Optimist hart the heading for the Philo-Zcllncr and the Phlla-Zcllner programs Inter- changed. This was due to an error In tho makeup. IiITKRAIlY SOOIAIj WOKK. If you are not a Zollner you bI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 October 1920

! W'MIIffiKBtannfOMaiffil PERSONALS flflaM3flKKBfiHg M E i Mrs. French visited Zollner Hall Sunday evening. Oark Cherry TO A. C. C. STUDE 'Wanda Treat and Tholma Tollorson took dinner In town Monday. It. C. Smith preached at Stamford Sunday. Mr. Thomas of Ickney visited his We can supply your wants in Shoes Ready-to-Wear and Millinery. For the young men we linve Kuppcnheimcr and Schloss Bros. good. clothes. PAY US A VISIT 4 daughter Carma hero Monday. W. C. Wright of Anson visited friends Brogue in Abilene Sunday. Mrs. Ethel Hell has been on the sick list for the past few days. wiSEuSKESSmSZSK1 NTS i t. v JetIJI Kill I jo. bHsK "'iss. wflBw -;' .'TV S'$15.-$17.50 Paul Witt preached at Eastland Sun I " ' "I 4 Here's the. snappiest Shoe tor Young Men shown this season. Not only does it possess a world of style but it is built for extreme comfort and durability. All sizes and all widths. ysmsss&mmmtsmmmmmsmssss. RTjasaniRfflscra THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST STATE BAM appreciate the st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 October 1920

CTffflfflairasifflMEraEiOTfM i" & W9wffSfn 11 PS PEGGY PAIGE AND BETTY WALES These stylish little dresses nro made of lustrous satins smart tricotincs graceful georgettes and nets the trimmings .shimmering beads nnd liand-mnde flowers nnd gay em- broideries; the styles nh these you must come nnd see for yourself. They are too numerous too subtle to describe here. PRICES $32.50 TO $62.50 h smwm&iinimmmmimmmiuLmmcwfflWini'Xfflimim KFffiartftTOFWUcHrooaisraocfflffijara ILENE STEAM LAUNDRY CO. 1 QUALITY AND SERVICE PHONE 107 dSJBMraraHcmnnam SiJ!0?KMng3r3f WJWjKBffiCB 100MHKMRtti SWWSQW lOnnor)lWOni(8nt5!TJ(Tr3DC!K3ffCi8 AN APPRECIATION A student publication wlthtout tho co-operation of tho business men ot tho town would bo tin Impossibility. Tho good business men of Ablleno have helped us In tho past and nro helping us row. Wo wonder U tin student body bears this In mind whon thoy fco to town to do their purchasing. Thoy holp us and in turn wo should help them. Wo arc prlntlnt?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 November 1920

mm t. Vi" J). I IVI; "f THE OPTIMIST Unmanlypo v e'r jm&- fnc if ieW cankers each wound and sharpens every dart. One enemy 11 oci much for a man in a great post and a 'hundred friends arc too few. .' ?' - Volumo VIII T AIJILKNt TAYLOR COUN'IT TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER-? W20. Number ft Yellow Jackets fail to Tame the Wild Cats Zellner Hall Now Has Third Floor -il THREE STORIES NOW TO ZELLNER HALL. -The crowded condition in the Iwo lowpr floors where three and four in one room lias heen not an infrequent state of living has been ameliorated by the opening up of the upper lory. Although some of the furnishings arc somewhat delayed the third-story inhabitants arc not complaining. The aboe cut reprocnts thr architect's plans and was made before the erection of ecn the two-story Zellner Hull. HARDING SOCIETY ENTERTAINS WITHJALLOWE'EN PARTY I? a?: i &w 9- rui "ENTIRE "STUDENT BOT)Tc"ONGWgATES IN ADMlllistRimON BUILDING TO ENJOY SPOOKS AND GHOSTS AND EATS. "Hail Fellow Spook I You are...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 November 1920

v It im "Hk THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly by the Students of Ablleno Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subicxpltion Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. M' .iber of Texas Inter-collcgiate Press Association. ELMEIl J. BERRY -.Editor-in-Chief JAMES CHILDRESS Asst. Editor HERBERT LOVE Joke Editor J. WARREN JACKSON Business Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN Asst. Bus. Mgr. A noble deed is a step toward God. A handsome woman is a jewel; a good woman Is a treasure. The highest manhood resides in disposl tion not in mere Intellect. In business three things are necejsary knowledge temper and time. Our knowledge is the amassed thought and experience of innumerable minds. The hearts of men are their books; events are their tutors; great actions are their eloquence. We observe that Yellow Jackets do not Bting Wildcats. How pleasant it must be to be a Wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 November 1920

KXKBususi Society ffiOTaKKSBBS W k e remmine l ' '"SI . '$ m ' ! i ' - ' Th Demand for Walking Boots is Insistent MORE and more women are asking for them. There's some- thing practical as well as stylish about a smart trim Military or Cuban Heeled boot such as tan be worn generally on the street for walking for shopping. AND women arc finding their wants met in a highly satis- factory manner at Yager's Of course we have them in Blacks Gruys Ficldmouse and in a profusion of the new Browns and color and material combinations. $6.50 $7.50 $8.50 $9.00 and $10.00. You'll find the style range just as complete. Many of the rauile lowrs of A. C. C. Iat Friday evening attended the Sim- mons Lyceum in order lo hear Josef Lbe- vinne the Russian Pianist. Those hearing Mr. Lhevlnne expressed lher.iselvea.Jisbe Ing delighted with his superb perform ance. It has been announced that the Clee and Choral Clubs are to giro separate programs very soon. The exact date Is to be announced later. It was In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 November 1920

n I Ml 9 5; n ?: 1s! M H t v wouac!c9C)M5oMnwi0KsttwmwDwimi5r3a5i BROWN SANDERS FELLOW STUDENtS rf: Why not palronic llic place Unit has made it convenient for you? Let us dor'your tailor work. THE COLLEGE TAILORING CO. .! ; Next door to White Cottage. MAKT1N VAUEN Our First Profiteer JflHaffllMKSOCWi JUD! JfTOGIwatSWilWmSKIQQffllXaifflS monpanxMTOsmaH CANDIES STATIONERY WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE COMPTONS THREE STORES DRUGS 116 Chestnut MO Pine Street JEWELRY 1016 North First piiamsfflmaraBimaui'tM SS8J5aSTiG8MHiT(KI5CWl 5!(3! WWMIMOrW'KJOfV BKiwswuinaOTPiMWJCiOtefijrsijii HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT how much it means from a purely busi- ness standpoint to have n strong banking connection? CITIZENS NATIONAL RANK CAPITAL AND SURPLUS S300.000.00 "EVERYBODY'S DANK" ffifflOimKailUnoaUQfMJfDTOWQUW wrairaiswanaT3DC3at:R THE ELLISON STUDIO 26iy2 PINE Films dc eloped Free. Prints at 11 4 and 5 cents. Special Photographer. SEE US BEFORE YOU HAVE YOUR WORK DONE With Hiunlry gnashing of teeth I lie K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 November 1920

mmm BWW v it THE OPTIMI Think that day lost' whose low descending sun Some feelings are to mor- tals given With less of earth in them than Heaven. ! Views frorr lhyf hand no IVUIUkJ U4ttlfsY UUIII.I Volume VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 11 1920. Number 7 FINE ARTS FACULTY RENDERS PROGRAM 4 JESS PUGH COMPANY LAST FRIDAY NIGHT ROLLICKING GOOD HUMOR OF ARTIST PERVADES EN- TIRE AUDIENCE. &t INTERESTING LETTER FROM AN EX-GRADUATE MISS HAZEL WATKINS WRITES ENTERTAININGLY TO FRIENDS HERE '. Elk Head Colo Oct. 23 '20. Dear Clady and Thornton: Eery now and then my memory hal reminded mo that I hare not written you as I "promised lo'do. It seems that every moment' Iras'1 been as well occupied as the last night I was In Abilene when yod came over. Nevertheless I often think of you and I shall endeavor to write you a recapitulation and thus in a way make up for my neglect. I've just finished reading a bundle of "Reporters" sounds like A. C. a is still on the map as "Not ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 November 1920

KUUCWKKaKnHHMn 1 "" THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly liy the Stntlcntr of Abilene Christian Colleger J Entered as Sccontl Class Matter Jit Ullicc Abilene lexas. ifosl Office Administration Ruildlng -Room G Subscrpition Per Year J1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders payable to THE Ol'llMlST at Abilene Texas." "' M' .iber of Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. ELMER J. UERRY Editor-in-Chief JAMES CHILDRESS Asst. Editor HERHERT LOVE ...... Joke Editor J. WARREN JACKSON Business Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN Asst. l)us. Mgr. Foalishncu. Don't you think It foolish for a man to rcoolre that be will never eat another bite? ' Why?. Will someone please explain in stilted Englih why locrs walk so very slowly? "Simp I'ropoieil." .Some fellow like to trade or "swap' but we note that Daniel Ilakcr Colloge ti)iug to gic away a football game with Rice Institute. Wonder why? 1 that o Alibi Here. Young lady if your mother sees one side of the nose of the young man who has been calling on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 November 1920

--- Hr)$(HWWrswW KKWJWTOiSsswOTi B Social Events SELLING 0Y HTA Women's & i i j KS"ES mwsusKissfmxsmssBs f ?! raw i The dGeminine Demand for Walking Boots is Insistent MORE anil more women nre asking for them. There's some thing practical a well as stylish about a smart trim Military oi Cuban Heeled boot such as can be worn generally on the street for walking for shopping. AND women arc finding their wants met in a highly satis- factory manner at Anger's Of course we have them in Blacks Grays Ficldmouse and in a profusion of the new Browns and color and material combinations. $6.50 $7.50 $13.50 $9.00 and $10.00. You'll find the style range just as complete. uu(Mtcaj3israiOTCK;wnHa suoonanrwiOTroonofinao!jnnanonurar fr THE OFFICERS OP THE FIRST STATE BANK appreciate the student hod) of the schools of Abilene and you are always welcome and we arc glad to extend any favors com- mensurate with conservative banking. OSCAR PARKER President; W. H. FREE Cashier RILEY PETERS Assistant Ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 November 1920

wmnmma jA . CANDIES STATIONERY WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE (UPTON'S THREE STORES DRUGS 116 Chestnut 140 Pine Street DMHnmaMifflircnagiBng JEWELRY ItMrt North First jfflxissflHjasiinfflfflffinfflHn M HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT how much it means from a purely busi- ness standpoint to linvo a strong banking connection? CITIZENS NATIONAL BAM CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300000.00 "EVERYBODY'S BANK" EftatMHWKBroffltiKuwnKgamtDtBC IHJKanKMBmBmtrawtmrcaBi OUR STOCK OF STOVES IS NOW COMPLETE GAS RANGES GAS HEATERS GAS REFLECTORS GAS LOGS GAS FIRE BACKS COAL HEATERS COAL COOK STOVES WOOD HEATERS WOOD COOK STOVES ELECTRIC HEATERS SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY COWDEN PAYTON HDW. CO. iropinfflfflaiufflmmmtBUH8aMBiiMBBasi una ig...Mif ' cot an INTERESTING LETTER FROM AN EX-GRABUATE Continued frdrq page 1) tTV.'&auui mothernIways seemed to know when this happened and 'I would have to con fess that I had hoped to escape for once hut of no use for' it had to be done even at the risk of missing the hottest pi i- cakes....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 December 1920

' (r t IV". '( The' fundamental aims of' ' right conduct Mnr)hesei To?! live ' honestly tqtharntjno ' one and to pay everyone his ' dues. r v Volume VIII WILDCATS PILE UP ANOTHER VICTORY ON THANKSGIVING DAY DANIEL BAKER ELEVEN DEFEATED BY SCORE OF 81 TO 0; KITTENS PLAY DIG PART IN GAME. By Wendell Bedichek. I Coach Sewell Jones' Christian College Wildcats ended the 1920 season Thursday whsn they trounced the Daniel Bake? Col- lege eleven by the score of 81 to 0. Coach Jones played his first string only about half of the gamo and then substituted some second string rnen vtho had never been in a real football game before. These men owe their development to the act that they have scrimmaged against such stars as Vic Payne Leslie Cranfill Ogle Jones Emmett Jones Buck Bailey and Roy Smith during the whole season. The whole affair was simply a matter of D. B. C's receiving the kickoff and re- turning to their twenty or their thirty-yard line there to lie held for downs and then in two or ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 December 1920

rf auT. .HbMLwv" wmsnMKt i THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly by the Students of Abilena Christian College. Entered a Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscrpitlon Per Year . ............$1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. Mr .iber of Texas Inter-collcgtate Press Association. ELMER J. DERRY. Editor-in-Chief JAMES CHILDRESS ...Asst. Editor HERBERT LOVE Joke Editor J. WARREN JACKSON....JJuslness Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN Asst. Bus. Mgr. EDITORIAL. An Idea of Ours. We think that the same thing that makes the wrinkles in the cow's horn is the cause of the furrow in the Old Maid's brow. Think! Whom do you remember the longer the person who does you a kindly favor or the fellow who hurts your feelings? We al- ways renumber the man who did us wrong and we often even fall to smile at the one who did good toward us. Ntedcd. One of the most promising seasons in the history ot A C C bask...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 December 1920

- Jfc 1 AfTOIr r pcr Tl WutU fcrie TeMmme 1 II ' Demand for Walking Boots is Insistent MORE and more women arc asking for them. There's some- thing practical as well as stylish about a smart trim Military or Cuban Heeled boot such as can be worn generally on the street for walking for shopping. AND women are finding their wants met in a highly satis- factory manner at Yager's Of course we have them in Blacks Grays Ficldmouse and in a profusion of the new Drowns and color and material combinations. $6.50 S7.50 $8.50 $9.00 and $10.00. You'll find t!i6 style range just as complete. UHJlllLlllllWIIWMinilllMiyiMMBUIUllHtUtM 0 H What Is Air? BEFORE 1894 every chemist thought he knew what air Is. J'A mechanical mixture of moisture nitrogen and oxygen with traces of hydrogen and carbon dioxide" he would explain. There was so much oxygen and nitrogen in a given sample that he ' simply determined the amount of oxygen present and assumed the rest to be nitrogen. MKgBngffifflfflmmMBm THE OFFICE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 2 December 1920

S jHaaiBHitffljroraimnmHS CHAPS IN CHAPEL. JOIN WITH U " II! v ' ' ' fie qb 'it) The Big Sale) of G mmmmw m cnraBKiKsv. 10 IN THE XMAS SPIRIT THIS YEAH AND BUY USEFUL GIFTS FOR YOUR DEAR ONES AND FRIENDS OUR STOCK IS REPLETE -WITH COMFORTABLE WEARING APPAREL FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. INVESTIGATE IT AND NOTE PRICES Jo Lt PENNEY COMPANY igHBtaiffliMaaKMmwiM CANDIES STATIONERY WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE (UPTON'S THREE STORES DRUGS 116 Chestnut 140 Pine Street HHHHiiiimmiiummHM Winn numm hi IIHHBmmiMWmMIHKUaMMfflqWMUKDgfflggaEKI JEWELRY 1046 North First i HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT how much it means from a purely busi ness standpoint to have a strong banking connection? CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 8300000.00 "EVERYBODY'S BANK" - K ft-. $f " Mfr rfn . mmssm rf&: ''! HWmwiHBmmmrsTOncCTnCTHmiCTmHWMra ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP AT 963 SOUTH FIRST We do work satisfactorily. Special attention given to the college Btudents. Repairing done.- TONY RAY & RICHARDS PROPS. iCTimffltPflaigi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 December 1920

X-... . THE OPTIMIST Yet a saner choice oj plan or dream Is the soul dial's king by worth supreme. True thinking Us a delib- erative act of mind held last to its task. Volumo VIII ADILENE TAYLOll COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 9 1920. Number 11 HARDINGS WIN OVER ZELLNERS IN FOOTBALL SCORE IS 20 TO 0; WILDCATS BATTLE IN BEST GAME OF THE YEAR. It was a fight between wildcats that was staged as the Harding-Zellner football game. The battle was hard but interest- ing to the player and every student of A. C. C. It was decidedly the best played game of the year in which the Wildcats end Kittens participated. The general good spirit of the teams was the noticeable element of real sportsmanship. Tho Harding had about COO pounds in their backfield while 4he Zcllners' back field was very light. The score was 20 to 0 in favor of the Harding giants. Dut there is a feeling among the students that no one has the right to IxmiL It takes strength to win a football game and the Harding have a surplu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 December 1920

:W THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly by the Student! Abllcno Christian College. of Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Duilding Room 6 Subscrpltlon Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. M' .iber of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. ELMER J. BERRY Editor-in-Chief JAMES CHILDRESS .Asst. Editor HERBERT LOVE Joke Editor J. WARREN JACKSON Business Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN Asst. Bus. Mgr. EDITORIAL. Neglected! It is not rudeness nor ill manners that cause so many oversights among our friends; it is merely I ho lack of attention that often pains our hearts. When you have labored hour after hour with the hope of receiving recognition for your ser- vice then you fail to be given the least bit of nttcntion; you are hurt. You won- der why some one has forgotten. So it is with us. So it is with the Optimist Staff. We labor hours and hours every week to give you a bit of pleasure....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 December 1920

-r fiHHHBHEHMmHHmmMHHHHH Buy YourXmas Footwear Now During our Great $50000 Stock Reduction Sale at the Greatest Reduction of the Year MaBS33sa &E22Ea&aEk SEE WINDOWS nmnKi)nwnTOKiimnBgTOflramffl mwpranngnHPmfflfflamigngnmmgmaKPnmffl THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST STATE BA1 appreciate the student body of the schools of Abilene and you are always welcome and we are glad to extend any favors com- mensurate willi conservative banking. OSCAR PARKER President; W. H. FREE Cashier RILEY PETERS Assistant Cashier; J. R. BIRD Assistant Cashier; J. H. CHORN Assistant Cashier'. KiOTttHmranKttfflroHtatDrj REX STUDIO "i-i HIGGINGBOTHAMS. PROP. -249 PINE ST. For best results in portraits day or night. Kodak finishing and enlarging. We haye a big stock of frames. Kodaks and films for sale. WE FINISH EVERY DAY THE SEASON OF GIFTS IS APPROACHING We have appropriate gifts for Father Mother Brother and Sistct. See them at our display room. THE ABILENE GAS AND ELECTRIC CO.' PHONE 832 A. C.C.DAY BY DAY...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 9 December 1920

KPHl FREE CONTRIBUTIONS. wmmmtimuammmM f BARROW FURNITURE CO. A New Store $15000000 STOCK OF FURNITURE AND FLOOR COVER- INGS WELL ASSORTED. VISIT OUR STORE YOU ARE WELCOME. 950 NORTH 1ST STREET PHONE 32 iamgifflffligimiupiiuiiffl PjmmMrannH'UPna''ifflHnrommuH!KU CANDIES STATIONERY WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE COMPTOS THREE STORES DRUGS 116 Chestnut 140 Pino Street JEWELRY 1046 North First wEgmrnmrcTOircmroaMBroMfflmrcuiwroi HEHBHHBESa tnHnmromflflMDuawiKMiHMMi HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT how much it means from a purely busi- ness standpoint to have a strong banking connection? CITIZENS NATIONAL RANK CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300000.00 "EVERYBODY'S BANK" BHHBBBMKgMfflnEgfflaaam ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP AT 963 SOUTH FIRST We do work satisfactorily. Special attention given to the college students. Repairing done. TONY RAY & RICHARDS PROPS. i imMBMMnKMKma MtromCTnMmmtBfflBnKBrcnigMBfflifl "WATCH YOUR DRESS" MODEL TAILORING CO. 110 Pine Street Phone 397 Modern Dyeing and Dry Cleaning Plant Just Opcncd- I...

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