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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 January 1918

i i IIWI'I I il ill i V Jl' I . I mv? I " A t ' A ! . i ' v I I ' ' V I . " J. . .iwwhAkI-W' -' V ) n " MHw' 4 ' .ttywijiUitwij&jpiii; jtttMlriyww iWt;-milfr. " S-fT kKtW JtfTtvlf.'4 jaatr EXTRA! 4 .(if.':i 1 cr- n 61 h'X 10f H hVhr iHiHlkl 1 . JIH I t The Simmon s B r a n d - - . .. . . . - Vol. II Simmons College AbileneTexas Tuesday January 5 1918 No 17 y i in ' ' - i Cowboys Brand Bears With Double Score rt ' i )Vas Easy Matter for Cowboys to 31 Throw tfaose i)W OldBruin" " and Hope in Scoro of 82-15 .tj Spoial to TJie Brand. flVACO TesM Feb. 4 1918 The Simmons Cowboys noosed and Brand cm the Baylor Bruins here this after. ijoPn with a: statin? pear of 82.15. The game was one of the easiest that the "Cgwwpys ljay played tlip season according- to Captain Bradley of the SJnimons team. None of the" visitors were hurt All of the Cowboys are feeling fine and haro hjgh hopeif of .making a cjean 8RffV:Pf ' 1 aDie? Plftye4 ; 0- tiie trip. .-..... (Continued on .page 3.) Big Subscrip...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 January 1918

WMMpP 1 ' X.Vfcj''.wi'' .; JttW frl ife :o KT;. V''' . SM !S 'V' ;ttir''t ". . i I r ht jfcro- e 'iji The Weekly Publication of Simmons Tfc 'r CHe8e Aoilene Texas. Member of' the ' Texas Intercollegiate r .. . press Association Staff. Selected. From Student Body on Merit Basis. R. . F0' . Editor-in-Chief Carroll Spangler. .Business Manager The. school year .of -.'Iff-. 17. will long remain i4n the memory of its students as one of the moat 'fruitful from the standpoint of student activities that graces the pages of Simmons' history. During that period the Campus vibrat- ing with the largest and livest stu- dent; body 'that ever trod it produced championship teams in every phase of athletics oratory and debate literary and press work; and at the same time maintained a seething cauldron o lo- cal pep in the steam of which were pibtured college dreams that were nothing less than the personification 6f4be original and unique. Significant it should be that this year saw the birth of The S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 January 1918

f A ' ' ' ' I ! II 11.11 .1 . I ! I I. I- I f -WV .1 . iff . V 4( ?.( v. vA7 1 &3fi.v 1c" 'Ti . ww1'''' 3H Av K nlVWI vM( Jk!muWS COWBOYS fcRAND BEARS' WITH DOUBLE SCORE (Continued from page 1.) ;The loss of the Bears is attributed to their interior teamwork and to the fact that they have not sufficiently re cuperated from their games twith the Aggies last week- The' Aggies played een with the Bears losing the first game with a score of 24-13 and win- ning the second with a score of 19-9. The Cowboys and Bears will' tangle up again here tomorrow afternoon and the Cowboys will go to Fort Worth to play Texas Christian University on Wednesday and Thursday. The lat- ter ar.e confident o taking the 'games from T. C. U. and returning to Sim- mons with a clean record. cent have negletced to pay up. "With this small force' he declares "it will 6. impossible (for The Brand to con- tinue active operations for the re mainder of the season with its cus- tomary and regular1 size sheets ' Thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 5 January 1918

I V j f.- ' . - . . fc. jMaM J ! ! mi ..nM . hJ.j-m J .a. . T v r- - . - -rpgr-"s ; fMtffo '; Y 'I M R fiJf ..V. iS'' 'l ' '. ' itv: " I . - I Wjji?be guarded three and two sub- fgrjpfiiong; respectiyely to The Brand -jjjpth; ?Yfry "Royalty Subspription'' pjttaingg' threrili. bo given tickets to tjiig qprnrentjon.. Q course everyone rthecampus cannot fail to miss ?&fi occasion. All one has to dp is to Ivrife xut; ti "Pep Check" of seventy- fttafiW&tP e Bpand anc he or sh0 .Wiilj: 'be. a-regularly gnyisted soldier' of $P"9XtirV&?2'.n$Give the Qam- pjjjB -ep". piyision. r i2?$&ec?J?$r!ar issue of The Brand 3vijl jannojinop . the Biccess of Jftte drive against the forces of-Lethargy nnd Slackerism. Think up a "big- uri" thijtsyillyrn distinction for your. DfeJ1- i )lM$ yur delegates and .have ajgjliypnal number of "natural bofri pge'r'. an Ijanfl witln "village. store tgleji" tpfill put the regular. program. koB8V ? ?hpw.eyey one jhat y1arin.fliecpllege pus?! by wearT n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 January 1918

0 s A " U(PreJi ""t : :0.4a saciiTMaiQiHo la'oO'.i r Vol II ' SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY JANUARY ll 1918 No. 14 ' m' ." 1; L. . ! .i& .t..t. ' f1 M-tM mmmimwm 15. mw c 11 itf 1 . I 1... I'.- lY c ft lit TWO LARGE GLASSES ORGANIZED BY GIRLS 1 Inotructloh to be Given under the Aut- plcca of Local Chapter of Red Cross Mrs. Bernard Hanks Misses .Phillips Stamper. Proof of tho fact that Simmons girls aro awako to the needs of our.counlry and aro -willing to do their "bit" was manifested by the surprising number who registered! for tho 'surgical dress- ing class which U to be given under tho auspices- off tho -local chapiter of Red Cross." Mrs Bernard Hanks Is to have chargo of tho work and is to bo assist- ed by Miss Lois Clamper 'head of Domestic Scienco Department and Miss Phillips of Department of Ex- pression. Both Miss Starapor and Miss Phillips Tiold certificates In this work. So many girls have registered In this work .that It has .necessitated tho forming of two cla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 January 1918

-"-usj- jrf 'wvifi p3? ..?? i 'fTfT"?"'T J "fS r " WWIJW-' r. it i-v -A - V 'fci.x jK u V ri. "i-. . . Ja vn& Torvff-n $Hpimraon5Br?ind 45 Tb Vfr Publication of Simmons wyg ..OTP . With a Qwajrwr.ly Literary iupplement 'Th$ Corral.' SWrlptlon. Price tho Yoar..i?1.60 Member ot 'tho Toxas Intercollegiate Press Association. Statt Selected From Student Body on . Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building i i JR. W. FOY Editor-in-Chief Mamlo Goodnight Associate Editor Cafroll 'Spangl6r .Business Manager D. Q. Riddlo l.--..- NewS Mildred Foy ...Special Anna King Exchanges Reporters for tfits Week. John McWhorter Margaret iJorvel Solon Featherstone Vornon .McCaa- land Allistcr Goodnight MarJ1 Cooper. NOTICE ADVERTISER8. Turn new copy In not later than Tuesday to' Reporter office or phone 167 to "call for new copy American colleges have a very im- portant part to play1 in this Btuggle for Democracy; Simmons is on the lab. Just because our football team was not crowned with the lau...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 January 1918

)jfr f eS9rfeBsBasaaM ' I ifl ' I UJi...jJwaJ ' j. 4 mi k !! '"'- i 37 . ti"CS fhilo-mawmb roqAM ''' ' T ' " -W-.5J . ' )M'iM"..rii.i--1-?r-3E5? f ' ' i L- ' 9u; nnary Clearance Sale . NOW IN PROGRESS These are great days for shopping at Campbell's. Every nook and corner of the store holds something you need at a price that cannot be duplicate later. Yjn'"" ' ' ' '.V1 We Sell War Buy your War Saving and Thrift Sta.rpps here. p j saje at the book-keeper's window. . i Allhm't Fmrtf $kWt anwoei PERSONALS ; Jess Winters a formor student was on tho campus a few days last wook. Miss Mary Holmes a mombor of tho jblaBS of 1917 visited in Mary-Francos ..Hall this wook. Clay Yates ono of last year's stu "donts who Is hbmoi from vthe Navy; was Pat tho collogo a fow days ago Wllllo Stanflold who was horo two years ago is back Tor this term. Tho following Simmons men on- listed in tho Navy during tho holi- days: Charley Smith and Winslow Beckham.' ' Miss Susie Gaff of Spencer W. Va. flB viflltln...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 January 1918

-..; v - - i 1 I - . v Y " .. M.r . t f t -s v"f'-';v;"s-r1' ...";? MNnMMHMMWMHMMHMMiMriMMWMnlHMMMl ; r.j. . - -v : SIMMEKINGS OF SIX Prexv. Dlackweli .renorta that ha. is 'i'-i-- -' - ' 1 -" V y!'i-F.oj'War Saving fU'ialk the plan .mi niyr nc;ip yourscn uy .-.v. U f i .'S-' !'- '-$&&s Unde Vfei"'f-me even "'V';; can -begin by buying a Thrift Stamp. If you; can lend more you can buy a - War -Savings Stamp. BOTH ARE Wi ;AS GOOD AS GOLD! Yes they are BETTER because they teach $$tl 5yU: t0 Save and moreover War Sav- nig OLaiupa ucdi iiiLcicat; '"CM! 'p i . ; i v. '.'. ?'0.tf?'-:-j.vV..:. .V-Mtf'i'i TlUvJ-f... : ..;.- . ' ' ' - 'fyjftXifiti. y - f let PRINCE Clean Your Clothes Best and most careful foundry work done at most reasonable prices. .. F. tllMrtH-tr' I ' EAt"' MI.:MTF;R 1 ';Oii'p per ccrtt gross receipts donat- . ";: .- tfd to the ;Red Gross. ; . . . V :''.."'. ' JAG GILSTRAP Manager- MOHTGOMERY DRUG COMPANY f jBctdquXrterJifoXtc.pmsbasKct j?all and athlctiq i;VmW :Di7...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 January 1918

mm Simmons Branfl sn v u l v." If Vol. II SIMMONS OF E Simmons Hon are Now In Uio Scrrlco In Franco and in America from Uio Great Lakes to tho IUo Orando Simmons Collogo con now prldo hor- solf In tho fact that sho has ono hun- dred and nlno of hor noblost sons In tho ranks fighting for world froodom and for right Tho Brand has boon publishing incomploto lists of thoso who aro in tho sorvlco for tho past sovoral wooks. Tho list which follows is bo far as tho reporter Is ablo to as- certain as near comploto of tho Sim- mons Sammios as can bo obtained: Adams Chostor Androws Poster. Adams Luthor. Dlack Perry. Beckham H. W. Bradley Itoy. Barlow -Bob. Ballow Jos'sio L. Blllups Ray C. Bond Vernon. Bond Edward. Bynum Hial. Uurkett Eugeno Bancs Kenneth. Bradley Guy Bradtiold Marshall. Brown Bill. Carson Tom. Crayton Porcy. Cutbcrth Llgo. Carson Fred. Clemons Joo. Collins Carlos. Conger J. C. Coopor Stowart. Cooper Hubert. Collins Ray. Davis Bertram. Davis Henry. DuLanoy Earl B. Dawson Harry...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 January 1918

0)fSimmon5ltomfl J The Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Texas. With a Quarterly Literary Supplement "The Corral." Subscription Price the Year. ...$1.50 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. State Selected From Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third' Floor Library Building - I i . . . - R. W. FOY Editor-in-Chief Maraiq Goodnight Associato Editor Carroll Spanglcr Business Manager D. Q. Itiddlo News Mildrod Foy .. Special Anna King n Exchanges Issro Editor ..D. Q. Riddle Reporters for this Week. John McWhorter Margaret Norvel. Solon Feathorstone Vernon McCau- land.-AJllstor Goodnight Mary Coopoi ZtVS i .11. NOTICE ADVERTISERS. . Turn- new copy In not later than Tuesday "to Reporter office or phone -$7 to'call for new copy. r ... r r-lYrV'. ... nnn V.nr.V9 ' vf ' .Hvhat about that Now Year's reso luttcfi? ' ' v Philo! Mary El Pope i Clio' Lis- iten at em! The big mid-winter dobato is sure to .come. ' These sporaclous Bpewings of spurl- .-..i. ..... V oub...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 January 1918

"Wjy iiwi"TTliryw5p"" wq t1' wrr r " U1L- . I II GETTING ACTION NOW! "W "CARRY ON""'- Or Helping to Bear Uncle Sam's Burdens Ancient Kings went forth in splendor to display their 'power and thousands of their subjects attended them to testify fto . 'their grandeur and glory. " j A democracy liko ours does not do such things; it has no Kings. But there iB a being an impersonal one .known as "Uncle Sam" who on quiet nights when the day's work and w.orry of the war is over for a little while goes out walking over his broad land.. When- he goes every American Bhould go with him. And when ho fares forth on his vigils it is part of his business to see what his nephews and nieces are doing to "carry one" tho burdens of the war. It is our privilege and our duty right now to help "carry on" tho liberty campaign to buy War Saving Stamps to the limit of our ability. Join tho grtiat army of those who walk with "Uncle Sam." You can buy "War Saving .Stamps at this store. i AHUnt'i fmrlu sktwnt am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 January 1918

OPINIONS OP OUR NEW FISH RUDADOLFIIUS X. 8INGLET0TT0M ASL H".: ; IAA ' ' . ..w. TVI SS2Ste mtftonzed filing 'Agents Vl ) I uiW For War Saving .Certificates and Thrift Stamps. Let us talk the plan over with you at our office. .You'll tiilp yourself by-helping your 'government. MINTER DRY GOODS GO. "Abilene's Progressive Store." : SIMMONS NOW BOASTS OF ONE HUNDRED iAND NINE MEN IN THE RANKS (Continued from Pago 1.) Rowoll Lewis. SIpo Odol W. Smith "Willard. Stearns Elmor 0. Sprawls Harry. Smith Frank. Sooloy Earl. Solf -Marlon. Thomas Mark. Trantham Homor. Tlllott Honry. Turnor Morgan. "Wagnon Soth. Williams Wilbur. Wood 'Paul. Wagnon Noah. Wagstatf Robert Watts Otto.1' Wookly O. K Whlto W. G.. Williams Robert. "Womack Mlntor. Wood Hanks C. Yates Clay. A LAMENT Oh aro him gono? Oh did him wont? Oh hajThlm .left I all alono? Us can novor go to ho Him can novor como to wo Oh cruol fato to I unkind To tako him boforo And leavo I behind! It cannot was. La Rota. S. M. A Tho Students Missio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 January 1918

inr-wj .'(mm-. f i y- ;Tfcr Vol. II SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 26 1918 No. 16 "T"IMll''ll'"'-"lnl''W'l A"""1 yfiMmnnwJW"MMTs""'-r;rP'! i -- . ' I h i' I ii . It - I. ABILENE'S THRIFT ' STAMP CAMPAIGNERS VISIT SIMMONS COLLEGE In Eloquent and Patriotic Speech Fndgo Kcobld Explained tlio Work- Details of tlio War Savings Stamp Campaign ' On Friday morning Jan. 25 four of Abilono's profrosslvo citizens and bus- incsa mon Messrs. Kcoblo Mlntor Montgomery and Barrios vicited Sim- mons In tho intorcst of tho War Cer tificate and Thrift Stamp campaign which haB boon launched by our gov- ernment Judge Keoblo explained In a very eloquent and patriotic addrosB tho working details of tho Govern- ment's plan and also tho purposes of tho campaign. Ho said that tho Government Is not calling for gifts by this plan but Is offering an opportunity for a sound financial invostmont; for tlio certifi- cates now purchasable for four dollars and twolvo cents will in flvo years bo worth ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 January 1918

iSftP$intmonsBninA Inter-class games uo to tao collegiate; rather than trying to grow winning collegiate teams upon an athletic soil whose lower strata is never stirred. Those inter-class contosta'aftord'lntor- T MINGUS-PRICE COIVIPARX Shoes eend Men's Furnishings TheVWeskly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Texas. With a Quarterly Literary Supplement 'he .Corral." est and amusement last year why not I try-them again? Subscription Price the Yoar.. .?1.50 Member of the Texas Intorcolloglato Press Association. Staff Selected From Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building It. W. FOY Editor-in-Chief Mamie Goodnight Associate Editor Carroll Spanglcr ..Business Manager D. Q. Riddle 11 ..News Mildred Foy Special Anna King Exchanges Issuo Editor ...D. Q. IUddlo Reporters for this tyeek. John McWhorter Margaret JNoryel Solon Featherstone Vernon McCas- land Alllster Goodnight Mary Cooper NOTICE ADVERTISER8. Turn new copy In not later than Tuesday to Reporter office...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 January 1918

t fT y fT- KRr' p 7"; " -"" V1 " 7 fJTTr IT' Mr- ..ay. i r Hoovenze vNev Spring Stxfes. -IR- Siiits and' Coats i The now garments come as advanco heralds to tell ub- that Spring is on the way and that certain very definite changes will be brought in with the advent of Spring. A notable dis- tinction in many of the nevf garments traces its inspiration to the Military both in fabric and cut. In the- ncV tailored Suits the Jackets have a tendency to end in points and belts arc popular ; some suits have vests in contrasting colors that lends a very chic effect. You will doubtless bo interested to know that these new Suits and Coats that wc are telling about aro the famous Pal- mer Garments sold exclusively at this store. Without telling you all the details we invite you to bo among the first to enjoy these splendid) examples of the best in new styles. AUlnt't Fitir Sktlt t; (UlWi iBiHH"Mill MJHHWllHTivrjl n "PERSONALS Miss Lila Cox Bpont tho week end -with rolatlvc3 in town.. . Miss Moo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 January 1918

""ftf fT"S - Another Shipment fe 'Army Sh'o'es fv Wc have just received another shipment. of those splendid army shoes sizes .6 to 10. The special price is . '. . . '.' $5195 Wc also have another shipment of canvas putteesj lajced in front. Price . $2.00 r: Big shipment of tennis shoes for ladies; and misses; also boys '' and men. Complete line of rubbers and overshoes. MINTER DRY GOODS GO . ""Abilenes Progressive Store." : Tho Popo Society Tho Popes enjoyed a rather unique program Friday January 18. Every number related In some way to our "Sammies'' after such a program everyone felt like getting up and show- ing tho boys who aro fighting for us over there that wo aro standing BOlldly behind them. Great interest is being shown in knitting and tho clicking of needles is becoming per- ceptibly louder each meeting Tho following Is tho program .which was given: Vocal solo: 'After tho War Is Over' Floy Reeves. "Our Samnilcs In Franco'' Mary Cooper. Reading: "When your Dear Lad and My De...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 February 1918

flijnrvTwirw'w- Tf" "yF-v'T1- i "r-j-rr ' "TO"? I tomans Bnrafl I. Vol. It SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 2 1918 No. 16 T'flf'Jl'T'fpjyV'"" C it ? y. N. C. L TO AID WAR SERVICE Student Speakers to Visit Rural . Schools and Chnrclios In Furth- erance of W. S Sn Red Cross Y. M. C. A. and Hoover- Ltlng Campaigns In a cabinet mooting of tho Y. M. C. A. on Tuesday January 22 prepara- tions woro launched for an oxtenslvo campaign In rogard to tho war ques- tions ot tho day. Tho purpoBo of tho campaign Is to endeavor to put boforo tho peoplo round about us tho most important movements taking placo for tho fur- therance of tho war causo. Each Sunday four or flvo speakers aro to go out to tho rural churches and schools and mako talks on how to Hoovorlze what tho Red Cross Is do- ing in Europe and why wo all should buy war saving stamps. Tho speak- ers will try to get as many peoplo as possible to havo tho specified num bor of whcatleso and meatless days and to realize tho gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 February 1918

t ft i w Stye Simmons Brand The Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Toxas. With a Quarterly Lltorary Supplement l'Tho Corral." Subscription Price tho Yoar....?1.60 Member of tho Toxas Intorcollegiato Press Association. Staff Selected Prom Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building R. W. Foy Edltor-in-Chlof Mamio Goodnight... Associate) Editor Carroll Spanglor.. Business Manager Vernon McCasland News D. Q. Itlddlo Humor Mildred Foy ...k. Special Anna King ..............Exchanges Reporters for Tills Week John McWhortor Margaret Norvoll Alllstor Goodnight Mary Cooper Wil- bur Wimborly Solon Fcathorstono NOTICE ADVERTISERS. Turn new copy In not later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 167 to "call for new copy.' Evidently somo kind of a spirit en llvoner has struck tho Simmons stud- onts within tho past ten dayo. Tho Campus has exhibited marked . signs of approaching tho poppy days that woro so characteristic of it prior to the ontry into tho war. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 February 1918

-. r.d --- " Suits and Overcoats For Meg ind Young Men In Four Groups Reduced (o $9.95 $14.85 $19.50 $24.85 An Early Showing in Spring Dresses and Hats We have just received a shipment of new spring dresses in the latest styles also featuring the new colors and materials. A beautiful line of Hats We have a good assortment of new pattern hats in the latest spring and summer styles. Make your selection early while you have a large assortment to choose from. Nowhere elie will you find such assured savings nowhere else will you find good clothes marked down to prices that wholesalers are asking today for equal qualities. Now is the time to buy clothes even if you do not need them now buy for next fall and winter. Because good fabrics are not easy to get and next fall's prices will be much higher. These Suits and Overcoats are remarkable values at present and their value will increase as each month passes. i AUtm't trrlu SHWt rtut ampi rtOiHiiaflUQiPflli WillilfM"if PERSONALS Miss Hester...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 2 February 1918

Millinery F0f Picturesque Charm Tho early nrrivnls in hats for spring arc especially picturesque although they are in simple and dainty styles. They are as light and airy as Spring itself and as gay in colors. Elzco and Gage Bros. two celebrated stylo sources for Millinery are represented by some of these earlier and best productions for spring hats Come in this -week and see these authoritative new models. Noto their becomingness. "Wo are glad to show you. We Are Always Glad to Show You MINTER DRY GOODS CO. "Abilene's Progressive Store." AW Fast Cfamo Harks tho Defeat of A. and M. By Simmons. (Continued from pago 1.) Tho tlmokcopors' signal terminates tho actual playing tlmo In each half." Rulo G Sections 11 and 12 "SupposO tho tlmo keeper Is not provided with sultahlo horn gun or boll and Is un- ablo thoroforo to malco tho roforeo hear him call tlmo orally and tho goal Is made does It count?" Answer: "Yes. Tho gamo Is officially la prog- ress until proper signal Is sounded olthor ...

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