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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 March 1921

MMMa THE OPTIMIST Thinking well- is wise; planning well wiser; doing well wisest and best of all. Persian Proverb. Act well at the moment and you lutve performed a good action for eternity. Lava ten Volume VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 3 1921. Number 21 BIBLE LECTURE WEEK ENDS SUCCESSFULLY G. C. VINCENT GIVES ILLUSTRATED LECTURE NEW UNIFORMS .TRUSTEES PLAN FOR MINISTERS AND LAY- MEN THRONG COLLEGE ARRIVE FOR A. C. G. GREATER INSTITUTION OF Continuing the report from lat week' Issue below ia given a report of the (lis- course from Wednesday morning to the conclusion of the scries. Wednesday morning at 11:00 o'clock 'A. Lcltoy Elkins of Ada Okia. delivered an address in the place of John T. Smith of Lubbock Texas who could not be here to fill his part of the program. The speaker continued his lecture of the pre- ceding evening "God Hath Spoken" or "The Perfection of the Ilihle." Wednesday at 3:15 o'clock A. 0. Col- fey of Dallas gave a splendid lecture in the place o...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 March 1921

by exercise the young ladies on both sides will acquit themselves favorably so fav- orably indeed that their mouses will be BgfflHmBLUwgg)nrosatimiiHB MUSA JUVENILIS By PAUL CAROL. STETSON AND TRIMBLE HATS The smart Spring styles are here on dis- play at this storo now and our assort- ment is most liberal. To the hundreds of men who bought STETSONS and TRIMBLES from us last season we can say frankly It is that thoroughbred QUALITY that makes "your hat such fine money's worth. STETSON Select $8.50 TRIMBLE Special at $7.50. Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Chrittian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Poat Office Abilene Texas. Mice Administration Building Room 6 ubscrpition Per Year . ........ .....$1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. M' uber of Texas Inter-collegiate Press on the losing side for all time to come. Yet they may not get spouses; some girls ik that go in lor too much debating don t. o INTE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 March 1921

KtMSm SSiwBbaM mmmsMmmmuauMiiMSHsemmmmm mSTLET iffiflrnnirr A Beautiful Spring Footwear Our Showing for Early Spring Foot- wear for Women Is delightfully varied nnd beautiful and more charming new models are arriving every day by express. You have unrestricted selection of a very comprehensive line of the most beautiful FOOTWEAR ever shown in all this sec- tion. NEW HOSIERY TOO. hi - What Is Air Pressure? I f tA ijr wBm fl 'S fc rV ytt -j ffitSmMBCTmBUBflaHrtBflMfflMa II MM 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- mensuratc with conservative banking. OSCAR PARKER President; W. H. FREE Cashier RILEY PETERS Assistant Cashier; J. R. BIRD Assistant Cashier; J. H. CHORN. Assistant Cashier. DJEBfflC pfBiHiwaBaaaifflffliaaacgiMagaffl This Paper Is Printed by tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY 1022-28 North Second Street ABILENE TEXAS COLLEGE AND COMMERCIAL PRINTERS anfflgQEfflffl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 3 March 1921

SJSIB w is JWKfffflBHHKBffiOHiHKBrom Spring Merchandise Arriving All our departments nrc teeming with new dcpcndoblc nicrclinndiso at satisfactory prices. Our scores of every-clay customers nrc reaping the benefits wo ofTcr. Wc welcome you and guarantee to please in every respect. J. C. PENNEY COMPANY D CnSffilOTaHKBSKM sorettitffisccfflCKuafflniawttimiRufflaKccsiKiicmffjc THE ABILENE GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Our Appliance Department is now equipped to serve your elec- trical requirements of every kind. PHONE 832. liBgafflaaggBflgaflsMKiKB raoKimDmu?TOxiKiraffifflfflflfflttmflffiDffl PIES! CAKES! ROLLS! WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR WANTS AND PLEASE YOUR APPETITE. i I 259 PINE STREET KLINE'S BAKERY PHONE 196 jTOlsfflinfflBiBfflfflmfflfflaMmmmmmfamTOnffl: MmniwmnMMMmMMnlMiu...11mBt nnranmxm FREE DELIVERY PROMPT SERVICE TIDMORE DRUG STORE PHONE 78 MMamMmamBBafflfflKmrasffiiMaMJ OPTIMISMS "What nro you coughing that way for?" "It' the only way I know." iroffiBWWKSWWHHBKRHBKI The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 March 1921

THE OPTIMIST makes great difference to the force of a sentence ivhctlier a man be behind it Our grand business is not to see what lies dimly in the distance but to do what lies clearly to hand. Carlylc. or no.- -Emerson. Volume VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 10 1921. Number 22 A. C. C. WARBLERS GIVE CONCERT AT MERKEL CHORAL AND GLEE CLUBS MAKE FIRST TRIP OF THE YEAR FRIDAY. Friday afternoon at fourt thirty five carload of warblers left for Mcrkel. The remaining members of the bunc took the train. A fine trip was enjoyed by nil and when they reached Merkel High School a neat little lunch was served thru the kindness of their energetic leader Miss Dunn. Although Douglas Fairbanks was play- ing at the movie in town about one hun- dred people turned out to hear the pro- gram. The largest thing on the program warf a sketch "The Uttle Red School House" played by the collego quartette. This fur- nished many good laughs and kept the audience in a good spirit for the entire ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 March 1921

Wr- THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Clirlitian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post ' Office Abilene Texas. tfflce Administration Building Room 6 ' ub'scrpltion Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. M' jber of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association. ELMER J. BERRY Editor-in-Chief JAMES CHILDRESS .Asst. Editor EARL STAGNER Joke Editor J. WARREN JACKSON Business Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN .Asst. Bus. Mgr. EDITORIAL. Appreciation. A person who is a real Optimist never overlooks the little things that make the environment so pleasant. Wc being Op timists observe with pleasure and are glad when we note the interest manifested by every student in Abilene Christian Col- lego In the little acts of decency. Tho campus is not burdened and ragged with papers and tin cans as it was this time last year. Also the much needed im- provement on the tennis courts is in it- self a beautification to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 March 1921

a I ) HSmOTIOTBOTJOTMOTOT Beautiful Spring Footwear Our Showing for Early Spring Foot- wear for Women Is delightfully varied and beautiful and more charming new models are arriving ever day by express. You havo unrestricted selection of a very comprehensive line of the most beautiful FOOTWEAR ever shown in all this sec- tion. NEW HOSIERY TOO. FREE CONTRIBUTIONS. (Continued from page one.) iQWVB$mtDEEmfflEW1Wttfl8BU JOT5GSBJ pamroinEfflffiEMffiBmnro FRYAR PRINTING COMPANY Commercial Printers BOOK AND CATALOGUE PRINTING A SPECIALTY Only Exclusive Job Plant In Central West Texas cfsmorarasoKKacmsDffiacra H IK3CK3C!30fflCK3C5C3a5(ff(fflacroCfflfC8?3afflGin This Paper Is Printed by the ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY 1022-28 North Second Street ABILENE TEXAS COLLEGE AND COMMERCIAL PRINTERS KBi3C3gCrouguiK3tMBBC HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT how much it means from a purely busi- ness standpoint to havo a strong banking connection? CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $300000.00 "EVERYBODY'S BANK" ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 10 March 1921

tmKECBmnrarcMinCTaccxrati PagffllTOflgmCttMM H ft FREE CONTRIBUTIONS. (Continued from page three) 1 NEW SPRING STETSONS AT EIGHT-FIFTY -A GOOD MONEY'S WORTH When wo say a "good money's worth" we mean style hacked hy quality. Your money's worth advantage in a Spring Stetson is that you get the crisp alert stylo of today with the quality maintained by Stetson for fifty-five years. You'll find your style hero among our large assortment of Spring Stetsons of latest shapes. Brims arc narrower this Spring; curled or straight edges medium' or wide bands; high crowns and low crowns. And what n variety of Spring colors. Come in and try on n few. You'll quickly find your kind of hat. And the price is very moderate considering tho famous Stetson quality $8.50 MEN'S HATS AT $4.50 Other hats in a good assortment of colors and shapes and of excellent quality ore priced down to as low as $4.50 quality-M VAwe-sEnwee KPrcrnmrnmrnMaimffifflEgmro; pagrareiaiTOiMiM re Wo Have Just Oncncd With a Complet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 March 1921

THE OPTIMIST True merit is like a river the deeper it is the less noise it makes. .The first rule for driving a nail into a board is to get your eye on the nail. Volume VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 24 1921. Number 24 MR. ELMER NICHOLS IS CHAMPION ORATOR "BOLSHEVISM" IS PHILO'S WIN- NING ORATION; CONTEST- ANTS ARE SEVEN. A small audience gathered in the col- lege auditorium Tuesday evening to listen to the final contest for the selection of the premier college orator. Mr. Elmer Nichols was declared winner by the judge after the contest. The first speaker was Mr. Herbert Slkcs whoso subject was "The Farm and the Nation." An earnest appeal was made for a higher and better type of rural edu- cation in order to avert the calamities by continuous immigration to the city. Mr. Paul Matthews gave his views on "The Call of America" showing how America owed the world aid in develop- ing world-wide civilization along physical Intellectual and religious lines. "The New Woman" ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 March 1921

&i THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly by tho Studcnls of Abilefic Christian College Entered as Second Class Matter at Office Abilene Texas. Post Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year $150 Address all correspondence and make all Money Order Payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Association. Press ELMER J. BERRY Editor-in-Chief JAMES CHILDRESS Asst. Editor EARL STAGNER Joke Editor J. WARREN JACKSON Business Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN -Asst. Bus. Mgr. Supenisory Editors for Third Term: rumored attend college in Abilene (and not at Simmons) scaled the dizzy hciiihts all unbeknownst to tho natives and began to pull the bcll-ropc. After the victory of the day had been duly advertized tho self- appointed sextons descended but they were asked to stop. Some one tryed to mako them rcalze that they had commit- ted a great crime but failed and so the said two continued their journey to their hotel. Four visitors were soon ushered into tho apartm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 March 1921

uw&iiMUMWJBfflnmaiMm l nttuun tut Every Man Wants His New Oxfords for Easter Sunday And hero they are the best looking bunch of "live ones" in town. Prices to hit cveryono of you right $0.50 up to $12.50. See IVindow Display. ?V' IIIIIIVIMII 30V It wmmsssssssssssBssEssssssssim mil rt nnnmmii nAiin i inr N Commercial Printers BOOK AND CATALOGUE PRINTING A SPECIALTY Only Exclusive Job Plant In Central West Texas SonHxiHXKiKarjmsroQciKBcra nnicccisisoofflfflDfflJKaajflifflciifflinaffifflffluiujUfiinsauiujcMDii This Paper Is Printed by tho ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY 1022-28 North Second Street ABILENE TEXAS COLLEGE AND COMMERCIAL PRINTERS DnsufOTfflffiffin!aifflsnfflfli?mira MR. ELMER NICHOLS CHAMPION ORATOR (Continued From Pago One) tftSferrflrpTtsiTOiffliHiW 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 5300000.00 "EVERYBODY'S BANK" Da)CTnjaKffn)fflaCTffiamnigffliaMfflffliBf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 24 March 1921

;. j .iv iKKIU(CU)!3lD(Bfllffl(3JflfflilfDiflaKJ5!IJJftmn!fflfflffll jRfflTl TfflS SPRING AMALLORY HAT...... ' Thcro arc several good reasons why millions of young men wear no other hat but a MALLORY. If you come in and try on a few of the new Spring Styles you will soon sec what those reasons arc. Not the least of them is the fact that you can depend on the quality and value of every Mallory Hat. You'll quickly find the hat of your choice here. And the price will be very moderate considering the fa- mous Mallory quality. . AkllM Fmacrif . w-w -- - - - - - .- a wx run . mis qUAUTY-M VALUPSEtiVce 4 THE OYSTER SEASON IS ON Eat plenty of oysters. We han- dls the Large Northern Seal Shipt QysteTi. They arrive freh every day. BOYD'S MARKET Wpafl)(iflHiMffimnHiHi)TOmm!ii5ag!BSr BBJjEaSBfiHKlSBBfl. WHITE'S CASH GROCERY THE HOME OF LIGHT CRUST FLOUR Everything sanitary and only the best for less money. Your patronage solicited and Appreciated. N. Second & East Pine Phone 77 We deliver $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 April 1921

THE OPTIMIST True merit is like a river the deeper it is the less noise it makes. The first rule for driving a nail into a board is to get your eye on the nail. Volume VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 7 1921. Number' 26 w L S. WHITE BEGINS PROTRACTED MEETING FAMOUS DEBATER AND EVAN- GELIST TO BE HERE UNTIL APRIL THE 13TH. REVIVAL IS OPENED SUNDAY Splendid Attendance Features Evan- gelistic Efforts Being Put Forth. L. S. White minister of the Church of Christ at Sherman Texas Is now engaged in a series of meetings being conducted in the Ahilene Christian College chapel The revival began Sunday morning and is planned to continue until the 13th of April. So far great interest has been shown in this special series of meetings by the attendance which is by no 'means confined to the presence of the student body. Evangelist White is a virile and power- ful speaker; his preaching is featured by the absence of joking and out-of-the-way humor an obnoxious habit of many mod- ern...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 April 1921

s v THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly by the Students '' Abilene Christian College. of Entered as Second Class Matter at ' Office Abilene Texas. Post Offico Administration Dullding Room 6 Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. CHAPS IN CHAPEL. Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Association. Press ELMER J. BERRY. Editor-in-Chief JAMES CHILDRESS -Asst. Editor EARL STAGNER ' Joko Editor J. WARREN JACKSON Business Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN -Asst. Bus. Mgr. EDITORIAL. On "Getting Back." Can you imagine how you would feel if you were to go about the Campus for cmo day without being "got back at?" How many times each day wo you let your tongue fly loose on the altogether uncalled for mission of "getting back" at a fellow student? It seems that the time has come when the students of Abilene Christian College have forgotten that inspired social law which is expressed in the words "A soft answer turneth away wrath." Why no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 April 1921

VJt KmSX$lsOSy Are You Our Windows It will pay you to stop for a few minutes every few days now if you want to get posted on Spring Shoe Styles. Wo'ro showing the newest If you see something that step in and say so we'll be "Did you hear .about that fight had?" "No who with? "He licked Ids paw." ;' . "WHOSE BIRTHDAY NEXT? THE RIGHT GIFT IS HERE" $ fiittle &lam "Things That Are Different" 25?PiBSt. IWelOOO ' Who Was HE was a young Oxford man only twenty-seven when he was killed at Gallipoli. Up to his time man had never seen the inside of an atom. He turned the X-rays on matter not figuratively but literally and made them disclose the skeleton of an atom just as certainly as a surgeon makes them reveal the positions of the bones of the body. Moseley proved that all atoms are built up of the same kind of matter. He saw too just why an atom of copper 13 different from an atom of gold. Atoms are built up of electrons. Each atom consists of a nucleus a kind of sun with a certain numb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 7 April 1921

."''.ViiL s&y i i-i -"r-:-i -'ii i i '"Jt1.1 txwsOTraTOncsrwiTOifmKsfsniisfwnws .Afen s Shirts airf ites J to Go With Them Shirts for spring of the well-known Mnnlinttnn make arc here in liberal assortment. You can now make your selections from among tlic-c liirls which hae long been recognized as "Known as the Best the Best Known." The new spring Manhattans arc as original as distinctive and cclusic as ever. In every respect they arc acknowledged on a par with the finest custom productions Both collar band and collar attached 83.50 S 1.50 up Other shirts of standard make S1.00 $1.75 and 82.50 FORMER VICE PRESIDENT MARSHALL WAS IN ABILENE (Continued from page one ) WMfflOTasafflimffiWMsuKffl!nawc& NEW NECKWEAR In beautiful Silks and Silk Knitted Fab- rics all the new patterns shapes and colorings for Spring at the lowest prices ou have known for a long time. Silk Scarfs in latest designs 19c 75c SI. 00 to 82.00 Knitted Scarfs imported and American .. 81.50 to 82.50 jL! Abxlt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 April 1921

THE OPTIMIST The first rule for driving a nail into a board is to get your eye on the nail. Volume VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL M 1921. Number 27 SUCCESSFUL SERIES OF MEETINGS ENDED BASEBALL TRIP CALLED OFF BY EVIL JINX PROTESTANTS WILL HONOR M. LUTHER PRICKLY PEAR STAFF FOR 21-22 ELECTED COLLEGE FINANCIAL AGENT APPOINTED True merit is like a river the deeper it is the less noise it makes. LARGE NUMBER OF CONVER- SIONS AND SPIRITUAL UP- LIFr ARE RESULTS. The Spring Revival held in the audi- lorinm of Christian College closed hut Wednesday evening. The meeting was conducted hy Evangelist White of Sher- man Texas. Crcat interest was shown throughout the entire meeting hy a large regular at- tendance which was by no means con- fined to the presence of the student hod). The strict poise and forceful manner of the speaker made his influence very great over the minds and hearts of his auditors. A large number of conversions and res- torations resulted from the evangelis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 April 1921

JpWftMppfi llMMMtNMNM 4.X-i V.J - THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly li the Students Ahilcne Christian College. of Entered in Second Class Matter lit Host Office bilene Texas. College twice with M-l and 11-3 as the scores in the first three games played features were the pitching of Hell nnd the hard hitting of Dillard and Captain Ostcrgard. Dr. Grnnhcry spoke to the Y. M. C. A. on the subject of "The Ethics of Nun-formlty." Office Administration Dnilding Hoom 6 Subsciiplion Per Year $1.!()i Address all cnrrcpondeiue and make all Money Orders Payable to THE OIMTMIST at Abilene Texas. The Juniorctle Turk-ton defeated Mcriilhn in both games of their scries March 2l)th and 29th "" .". h THA5AY. ? T. Hy 'U. No. fi . g 'it It is a good policy to leae a few things unsaid. Mrmli of I'cvas Intel collegiate ssnciation Pre Good luck is n science not fled just as the supcrnatuial Columbus (Ohio) Senators placd the tural not yet understood. Meridian nine to a score of 10 2 in fivnr of the Senates. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 April 1921

sa omffltKiKinwwfwijffltDrM DOiSBSill ' PERSONALS. H I You Take No Chance Here Wc liavc builded our business on the policy tlint no patron regardless of the kind of Shoes bought hall suffer a loss on them a policy that the public appreciates. WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK OF SHOES IN THIS ENTIRE WEST TEXAS Grade for Grade Dollar for Dollar ou will find mam advantages in price on an selection ou m.i make here. Social Events waHcoaiBnntuu u ! " yiof)atr8c)tomcroc8ri!3a!mnai3a)aasBaiflja!?i; . M P H It if I It. tf offlBaHiftTasmoranstiJTOaJfflflOT Your Attention is Invited If. I'. Cs Meet. 'Ihe V. I'. CV cnjn)cil a buffet lun- cheon nl ihe hospitality o fMiss Viola Brown l.tt Saturday. After the luncheon had been dill) consumed the iiucsts iimued themselves by the impersonations of various teachers and classmates At a laic hour the club adjourned all hav- ing eiijo)cd ihe feasting and laughter to ihe utmost Snnrhr Brcaljttst. Eleven girls shi-piU lespniidcd lo the ( dl In pel up at five o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 14 April 1921

Xtefx'Si'l?'-' KjikSs v- :tK..- iiBwmiiiinMi)iiMiw PflfflHBMiSMOfflmm Plays difTer from oil blends Inasmuch as the former aro never composed of equal parts. ramm?u?mn2EamB3imfflfflffl !i i THE OFFICERS OF THE NEW SWEATERS ARE HERE t It is because Lovo can never see itself as others sec it that Love is pictured as being blind. 11 it wmm Wl fct ZSM HP! K& I'fJi 1 JI it M It i t it i F K !! h THE FIRST STATE BM appreciate the student body of the schools of Abilene and you arc always welcome and wc are glad to extend any favors com- mensurate with conservative banking. OSCAR PARKER President; W. H. FREE Cashier RILEY PETERS Assistant Cashier; J. R. BIRD Assistant Cashier; J. H. CHORN. Assistant Cashier. QflKKlUKMiflSMHJSM DiI883m(UBOT8M(ffiffln5flffl To tell a secret to a friend is the equiva- lent of telling the secret to your fr.cnd's friend and so on. H If the method of circulating gossip could only bo applied to currency it would solve the currency question. "All things come to ...

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