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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 April 1921

tvsrr-xri THE OPTIMIST True merit is like a river the deeper it is tlic less noise it makes. The first rule for driving a nail into a board is to get your eye on the nail. Volumo VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 21 1921. Number 28 A. C. C. MANUSCRIPTS IN TWO PLACES IN T. L P. A. CONTESTS POEM WINS FIRST PUCE AND HUMOROUS STORY WINS THIRD PLACE. The return of Mr. Paul Witt from the T. I. P. A. contention ot T. W. C. of Fort Worth brought good news to A. C C. His expression of such a splendid time while away was cnjo)ahlc to hear hut greater still was the good news that A. C. C. had won two places in the lit- erary contests. The poem "Not as 1 Will" by Mis Margaret Sanford won first place and the humorous story "The Illue Platter" hy Miss Margaret Ilcllah won third place. This car is the first time A. C. C. has had an opportunity to enter the contests and it has heen expressed that the nic success of the first jcar will add enthusi asm and determination for still greate...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 April 1921

mmamml THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Per Year . $150 Aaarcss ail correspondence ana mnko all Money Orders Payable to THE rtvrim l cr A I. II T ... ji lllMiJl ui iiuiicuu icaus. Member of Texas Intcr-collcglato Press Association. ELMEIl J. BERRY Editor-in-Chief JAMES CHILDRESS JVsst. 'Editor EARL STAGNER Joko Editor J. WARREN JACKSON.. Ruslncss Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN Asst. 'BiUrCMgr. at soma public amusements entertain- ments and games. The editorial applies not only to those students In that par- ticular institution but to all everywhere. Many students aro sadly lacking in tho knowlcdgo of the elements of courtesy and good breeding. They havo never been .taught "your rights end where tho other fellow's begin." That old saying lies at the very bottom of politeness and courtesy. Before C. P. ever became a sophisticated college etude h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 April 1921

ssssiMtSimssi -v HCU!MKiKifflS8itu)U)asomnjflM(uuyii!miia(a)fflU!mfljtDuitKiifflfl; mmux It's Iinrd to believe tlint such good shoes enn bo sold nt such low prices but they nre lierc boys and speak for themselves. Come in and get yours you'll say they are the best values you have seen in many months $7.50 $10.00 $12.50 AND UP WILLIAM J. BRYAN j atEsaa mmwwim&mvMmEmwmttmmm&mm!m&mim3iiim& out to obtain "bait" for tlio fishes Mar- 9 shall Jackson Lccoming llio hero of the grass-hopper catchers. At last lunch was spread and upon a beautiful rock extending down near tlio water. Oil! how appetizing smclled the routed "Vlcnn-c" and scrambled eggs and how Inviting lookeJ the "table" when It was all roidy. Yes and how rapidly did those pics and fruit and sandwiches van ish before that onrush of hungry young people. Almost the same program was carried out in the afternoon about the only va- riety being a "pitifully sought-for boat- ride which was greatly enjoyed on ac- count o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 21 April 1921

wyninMjiwiri iMMiwuuiHHBMHgaafl i YOUNGEST OF SCIENCES. mnmjnsmmMMWWiiMiammtmmmmm i ; AJLaJa BUY ANYTHING IN THIS STORE AND DEDUCT 20 PERCENT OR ONE- FIFTH FROM THE PRICE C D "Vcs everything in our big stock of new Spring Goods from a paper of pins'to the finest suit or dress. Goods nt regular prices goods at special prices and new goods that are coming in all go at 20 per cent less than the marked price. This brings prices down to a new low level which you can afford to pay. Como early and secure all your needs for the season and pay one-fifth less than current prices. c D Afc Ahllni't Favtrif S Sb M Tj Shappiat Piatt JT tffl Uanu)oeus QUALITY-l VALU-SERWC jUCHEIffiSJfflSISHM OTTO? jngarssifflHEfflmiafflia s n ffiWM5iM5MCMJflM8 THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST STATE BMK appreciate the student body of the schools of Abilene and you arc always welcome and we are glad to extend any favors com- mensurate with conservative banking. Chicago Nov.h! For a viOit! that ix will Mtkirg Jn tho cradle ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 April 1921

lUfiSSSSSS ? c" ' ! -.' ' &$ v-..- - t BT THE OPTIMIST irc Got JoM such doom forbid That men should dieelernally For what they never did. -Wherever our duty leads us the grace of God is (here. . Volume VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 28 1921. Number 29 - trs '& '- Jfi J - ' I". V -i 2 fc -. te; . rT' V. I' V WILDCATS UNLUCKY AND DROP A COUPLE TO BALL1NGER TEAM Tito Wildcats oro to be congratulated upon the showing that they made in their two-game scries with the Ballinger Bear- cats on last Wednesday and Thursday. The Dallinger team is well supported by their homo town and plays almost the same brand of baseball that is displayed by tho teams of the West Texas League. Tho scores were 6-3 and 41. Writ Game. Quoting from the Dallinger Daily Ledger The Abilene Christian College boys a fine bunch of young fellows and good ball players went down in defeat at the claws of the Dear Cats but fought hard to the last out. Never discouraged the visitors maintained thrir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 April 1921

UbttAilkVB U THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Duilding Room 6 Subscription Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payablo to THE OPTIMIST at Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Inlcr-collcglate Press Association. THASAY. By U. No. ELMER J. BERRY Editor-in-Chief JAMES CHILDRESS Asst Editor EARL STAGNER Joke Editor J. WARREN JACKSON.. Business Mgr. EDWIN MARTIN Asst. Bus. Mgr. mentions them when you approach him regarding bis success. I am not writing another essay on tho line of the old old theme of Littlo Things Count. Rut I am saying something' about tho Littlo Things all right. Every man has a personal nature. He I. a ..) ...MAtl.il ! I.MI If 4lIt u. u .cm- ... .. muL ... Tho unucky momlis for gcung marrIcj ... . . i.. .1 nro January February March April May That little spark of self SELF. Its there " . . c . i n . i ' . . June July...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 April 1921

JjraQ t : i .V . t ")". injmmmmmnHCTWBawitEfqmMawHHWwwHiMtBHKH WILLIAM J. BRYAN ( J Watch for the Feast Wm. J. Bryan 7ze Nations Greatest Orator Will Come i as the Next Lyceum Number WATCH recognize the validity of tlio mandate to Japan. The United States asks nothing for it- self in Yap that it docs not atk for all nations. It simply insists that hccause of the islands Importance to Pacific cablo -communication Yap shall bo placed tin ! dcr international control. To give any na- tion monopoly over the cable control would 1 be unjust and injurious or course to all I the other nations. The fairness of the American position Is so apparent that Franco at once agreed to support it. There have been intimations that both Italy and Great Britain will do the same. Indeed great Britain can do nothing else If it consults the interests and the wishes of Canada and Australia. Neither of those dominions can fall to opposo anything that even remotely sug- gests Japanese monopoly of Pacific cable ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 28 April 1921

wttaauMaKimKBiBflagKiaEg KINGS FOR MEN. jgsnaisimHBBBuufflufiaiuw MMllUUUUiUlllHM l The. Sun of Prosperity is Rising Each of our stores In the chain of 312 are greeting you today tliis day of rapidly changing' conditions back to normal with standard quality merchandise at honest prices. THE DAYS OF EXTORTIONATE PRICES ARE GONE Tho days of settled conditions arc on the horizon. Wo confide in you that you make your purchases of us and be doubly grp'tfu!. All our departments are open to your inspection and our prices the same to all speak for themselves. i 3 I fflCv A NATION-WIDE Sfcsn l( PHitev Co s ah v ihi vwm i m M' :' firj tmi i mh ihi im - - . up S ( lA.U.l la Qncorhomted 312 DEPARTMENT STORES ifflgigsaiagagagflaiSMmmf Dear lady you maintain that man should wear A wedding ring nr.d as you changed your stylo From Miss to Mrs. think that ho should bear Such outward symbol too. Forglvo tho smllo Which I can scarce repress. It Is a tribute to your sweet Ingcniouiness. g Mrs. means "M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 May 1921

KHft -rt ?i3 '"fffffW? v "'i:W V" THE OPTIMIST Cot o(A auci coom forbid That men should die eternally For what they never did. Wherever our duly leads us the grace of God is there. ' Volurao VIII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 12 1921. Number 30 MISS HAYES IS DECLARED WINNER IN DECLAMATION IRISH READINGS WERE GIVEN BY MISS RAMBO GOOD AND INTERESTING WORK BEING DONE BY DR. FREEMAN AND ISHIGURO INTERCLASS MEET IS AROUSING INTEREST ORCHESTRA VISITS TWO NEIGHBORING TOWNS j- !- sflr Ton Young Ladies Engaged In Contest; Winnor to Rccoivc Gold Medal. A large audience gathered In the col lege auditorium Saturday evening to hear the girls' final declamation contest. There were ten contestants Ave girls represent- ing the Zcllner Society and five repre- senting the Harding Society. Each contestant showed both talent and preparation and entered the contest with vim and enthusiasm. Mr. W. W. Sikcs acted as chairman and announced the sub' ject of cadi respective speaker. After the last...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 May 1921

-l m ' ' '" sa THE OPTIMIST. Published Weekly by llie Students of Abilene Christian College. Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Room 6 Subscription Tcr Year $150 thing that could be settled? Are you sure that you hare plenty of kodaks and photos of your A. C. C. Wends? Have you kept your Optimists and hare you t I t'rickly I'earf it you aitenu to inese va- rlous tilings we are certain that you will be ablo to think of the past year with more joy and gladness in your heart than other- wise. Try it. Address all corresnondence and make all Monev Orders 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. EDITORIAL We can heartily commend the spirit of tlio following article published In the Sim- mons College publication The Brand. We are takin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 May 1921

KSSl WmmemsKmmsm nimanmu HwwppMBjW New Spring Oxfords 1 D It's hard to bellcvo that such good shoes can bo sold at such low prices but tlioy aro hero hoys and speak for themselves. Como in and get yours you'll say they are tho best values you have seen in many months ?7.50 $10.00 $12.50 AND UP sf j. itdL yr j&J0F rmjMMj&A &&&&& WLBMWHWHHBHHBflSBffllKBg KgroramiPflaBaaaffl r - v WILLIAM J. BRYAN i Watch for the Wm. J. Bryan TTie Nations Greatest Orator Will Come as the Next Lyceum Number WATCH FOR DATE lanifflMflmifflimffiitnflwHM FREE CONTRIBUTIONS SUCCESS. Success has been defined in many dlf- erent ways. As we see it today success is finding' that position in life where you can give the very greatest amount of ser- vice to tho world of which you are capable to give by a resolute cultivation of all the faculties which God has endowed you witli and at the same time not allowing anything no matter how trifling or how great to get In your way in accomplishi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 12 May 1921

M' CAPTURED CANNON. ft 8 -- Cool Summer Wear Our Cool Summer Suits nro hero for men in Cool Cloth Palm Beach Gnbardino and Mohair. Thoy nro excellent values at $9.80 TO $27.75 Wo have nlRO White Flannel and Sorgo Trousers Silk Caps White Silk Socks. Athletic Unions Now Summer Neckwear nnct ovorything for your comfort. Thcso uro hot days prices very reasonable MAKE YOUR PURCHASES HERE AND REALIZE A SUBSTANTIAL SAVING I lrPensevCo tj m im ihi lm nwM Ml S.VkVsf&H m SSH Qncorbomtcd 312 DEPARTMENT STORES KMMBfflfflfiHWofflWnMWM RifflfflfflHEEcmfflmfflsifflfflSHiiamscm THE OFFICERS OF THE FIRST STATE BM appreciate the student body of the schools of Abilene and you aro always welcome and wc are glad to extend any favors com- mensurate with conservative banking. OSCAR PARKER President; W. II. FREE Cashier RILEY PETERS Assistant Cashier; J. R. BIRD Assistant Cashier: J. H. CHORN Assistant Cashier. EJBOMfflHlWMMMKMi PTOSBgKlfflinfflgBggHBlHEaKa HAVE YOU EVE THOUGHT how much it means from ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 September 1921

to. .''.. mmbmmi THE OPTIMIST The World is full of beauty. Open your eyes and see. The World is full of Good. Cheer Up! Quit Knocking! UlSRAItf Abfanc f frristi an-Ceffesr Volume IX ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1921. Abilese. Texaa Number l SIXTEENTH SESSION OF A. C. C. OPENED WITJGOOD PROGRAM NEW SESSION PROMISES TO BE ONE OF GREATEST IN HISTORY OF INSTITUTIONSTUDENTS FROM 14 STATES. FACULTY STRENGTHENED BY THE ACQUISITION OF BROTHER D. L COOPER A. C. C. LYCEUM COURSE FOR 1921-22 THE BEST OBTAIABLE Aliilcnc Christian College was formal!) opened for tlio sixteenth session of tlic institution at ten o'clock September 20lh. l'J21 for what promises to he one of tlic greatest )cars in the history of the insti- tution. All the dormitories arc filled to overflowing and muny students will he forced to room in private homes near the campus. A large crowd of friends pat- rons students and cx-sludents of the insti- tution were present for the enjo)ahle pro- gram which had...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 September 1921

u I 1 A THE OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Students of Abilene Christian College Entered as Second Class Matter at Post Office Abilene Texas. Office Administration Building Itoom & Subscription Per Year ....tl.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders Payable to THE! OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas Inter-collegiate Press Association Wendell II. Dcdlchek Editor-in-Chief Vera Ray... - - Assistant Editor J. Mc Barnes Religious Activities Editor Edwin D. Martin Business Manager Fred Drown Assist. Business Manager EDITORIALS. As the staff of the Optimist begins its work for another year we wish to invito the hearty cooperation of every member of the student body of Abilene Christian College. The Optimist is the student pub- lication of A. C. C and as such It should be made a true reflection of the thought and life of the student body. Without co- operation it will be Impossible to make it so. The Optimist does not belong to the staff nor to any other set of st...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 September 1921

''frHi v 1fmmmmmmmmmmmmmammm 14 u MkEKMMM w Ik I mf f? ? fct. ' v j ses t -In Mr I !-. B 1 J 1 I 0Knnrotf!fflflS3oofflCKft)ffl0 Footwear for College Students NOTHING BUT NEW SHOES IN UP-TO-THE-MINUTE STYLES HAVE A PLACE IN THIS STORE. VALUES SKY-HIGH. BUT PRICES DOWN ON THE GROUND-FLOOR. THREE PAIRS HERE TO ONE ELSEWHERE. YAGER SHOE COMPANY LET US DO YOUR SHOE REPAIRING OUTLOOK FOR WINNING ELEVEN VERY BRIGHT SEASON WILL OPEN WITH HOW- ARD PAYNE COLLEGE AT BROWNWOOD. MUCH NEW MATERIAL HERE The Boys Began Training Last Thursday Under Coach Lewis. BBBfigHSgMfflBQaKKIHB llsWBswssWMWHHIiMmsWffia HIGGINBOTHAM-BARTLEIT CO. QUALITY LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL 4TH AND PINE STREETS PHONE 7 KHS30SH3aCHXHDf HE WILSON 222 PINE STREET EVERYTHING TO EAT OR DRINK e J$4bJJ6i&ii V . "tArnsc rtkintvc" - t -j(mjuki ayji.un "Wi'' w . -r jl. . j 'Jul .wiMM.vnKr. -.i.-." . -.. '" "V T - ' v ' - ;; " MllllMHIHIBMi M - .Aatift;ri -iKSsaWW: PW r-atirxH Tii 4m; HMHMMMMI wijffliaatiiniffoapnwaBgfeic TO TH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 September 1921

CT aMMHHMHHttHHHBHMif Tu!- fr -itjff r""n'y Jli 5 It II If "l It k lit. It It It 'it It !' lit e A CI Id j YOUNG MEN Like clothes tlint carry out their own clean-cut ideals clotlics that look right niul arc trust-worthy. For these wearers wc hac Langham Clothes. Suits built on clean-cut lines skill- fully tailored anil of the best mate- rials. Suits at $32-50 $35 $37-50 $40 QUA UTY-JvALUZ -SERVCG 3 3i3WraK3W'SnU3WWWJtfiTOW OWjaffl3Uf3f3nf3fXWOWW30ffWafl K M it1 It It :t )( 1 )! !! s It 'I lit I St ?' (It 7C ! It ! k Si & Mfe Extend to All Faculty New and Old Students a Hearty Welcome J. C. PENNEY CO. STILL MAINTAINS ITS HIGHEST STANDARDS DEALING FAIR WITH ALL AND BEING READY AND WILLING AT ALL TIMES TO SERVE YOU WELL. SECOND SUMMER TERM ENTIRELY SUCCESSFUL j OVEIt HUNDRED STUDENTS EN- mv wnnv with cpmpdai P SOCIAL EVENTS. Tli .u....... ..I !. l e P .. outog .ii uiu BUVUIIU OllllllllCr School conducted by Abilene Christian College was very pronounced. Over one hundred students fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 September 1921

THE OPTIMIST The World is full of Good. Cheer Up! Quit Knocking! JVir IVorld is full of beauty. - Open your eyes and sec. X? I Volume IX ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1921. Number 2 tlm ol I Wi. a bar So Cm the- bal r and aro 11 A. C. C. WILDCATS SHOW GREAT DEVELOPMENT! (tcr two weeks hard training Coach. Ruj.scll Lewis now has whipped into shape nntl of the Iict elevens in this section of slate '1 In? Wildcats seem destined to go (through this season with n good record. 'Ihpro nro something like twenty five huskies wh i uro in training out at Wildcat I'ark fro ii whom has been drawn an eleven wh ch will average about one hundred sixtty-fivo pounds to the man. A fuch new material has turned up dur- ing the last week which looks like the real stu (T E9ker Curtis from Vernon High Scl iool is showing up well at quarterback am is running Adams a hot race for a per mancnt birth. Coombs a former Mid- Ian I College man is at present making ICIIJ end while Mcrkcl is prov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 September 1921

M?iiiittaiiwaiiiiMiiFvaiMiiiirtw'itiiiBM HIMMHMWiWMManiMaWMM - " J? T " "-' -jw"TfT--- iffr yw- "V THE OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Students nf Abilene Chritian College. Entered os Second Class Mailer nt l'nst OITice Abilene Texas. UlTice Administration llulhling Itoom 6 Subscriition Per Year $1.50 Address all correspondence and make all Money Orders I'aablc to THE OPTIMIST Abilene Texas. Member of Texas lntcr-collcgiatc Association. Press Wendell II. Ucdicbck IMilor-inCliief Vera It.i) .. . sitant Editor .1. Mae Itarncs Hcliginiis ctivities Editor Edwin I). Martin Business Munagcr Fred Iliown Assist. Husiness Manager SUPERVISORY EDITORS Staff John K.v JlIAMTA Al.t.l Emuu-on Shi I'll Ann Gl.OIICF. Klinoman Ii.a Duncan . Waltui Atmis Tiim.ma Toi.t.r.sfi Maiigaiiet Hisiiop Maiiv i.lvioiii: Viol Hiioun Cartoonist Fine Arts Atblelies Humor Personals Literary Societies . .Clubs Open Programs Daisy Hall Gov't. Zellner Hall Gov't. that way more students will bac an op- portunity of tak...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 September 1921

stiMraaasacwcOTiraiTraftOT ( Answering Your Quest- ions About New Fall Shoe Styles IT will he another LOW SHOE season. MANY charming innovations in pumps nnil strnp cITccts. LASTS ari n little shorter than last sens-on. Toes a little wider. Full Lois Spanish Lois Ihtby Lois Military and New Low Heels. AND ol course ALL the authoritative fashions make their firs-t appearance here. YAGER SHOE COMPANY .titMirowintyroi'ifnfitnninnnt if mnt x n x x cwTrf iwnnnrwowoaoacirafijntni - PRES. SEWELL DELIVERS CONVOCATION SERMON fciiitfflrjoc3CiocjacjoacmicuorjciiuiRriauwu".i iw . hv. IIGGINB0THAM-8ARTLETT CO. I QUALITY LUMBER AND BUILDING MAfERIAL g 4TH ANILINE STREETS PHONE 7 V it IaarcocDQ3ifflffiffluoronrrirtm jra imnnn jooflifttoiDiiifiittfofflmacsffiMOf srar ww Ik mon tfjnoonnof x x x t x x mf x'ltiioootiiuonnnt mrxiotfif inti THE WILSON 222 PINK STREET E V F. R Y T II I A' G T 0 K I T 0 R I) R I N K "JACOBS CANDIES" C. L. JOHNSON PROP. One of llio greatest services in llic his- tory of ll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 29 September 1921

i uuumuiMMiMiiM'LMu!!ajiniUiwiii i-mgpwBSB (IfSrjKWSCHKaGHM iffl8MMrOTMTXW& 55 M M fl ' 1 7 L' i ft 1 1 r .s I THE FIRST STATE BANK ABILENE TEXAS Offers "SECURITY FOR i-UNDS AND SERVICE TO ALL" H jonrjnnt iri rw mm tt n -t r ot snr 3f it infinorwaroanmsncjanf ronoooonnn w. ponnfjcJOfj !f f nicioof i if wibonrwHWH hh Jf lorjnoonrjfjacjnincJf'jr'JTwwjnf'jndr IF IT'S ELECTRICAL C4ZZ COMMERCIAL DEPT Abilene Gas & Electric Company noumBriOTroniiriRVorifD PfflffltBQfflcJBrafflaMfacifflfflaifj r-i COMPTON'S THREE DRUG AND JEWELRY STORES APPRECIATES YOUR TRADE CANDIES - STATIONERY - SUNDRIES to it It It X tioiMOOMTrroOT PERSONALS. Mr. Ucllusk SiipcriiilcnilciU of the Pub- lic Schools of Fisher County visited Ills brother in A. C. C. Wednesday. I n Mr. Glen Tcrhune of Iowa Park re- turned to A. C. C. Tuesday morning The members of the Hand and Orchestra were opcclallv plixl to sec Ulcn as lie is tin SJ efficient member of tlioc organizations. I i b 8 i Among tnc new students irom ver...

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