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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 January 1924

r- THE WARJKHDOP t . 1 PUBLISIIED SEMI-MONTKLY BY THE STUDENT BODY OF McMURRY COLLEGE & Volume I. ABILENE TEXAS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 1924 NUMBER EIGHT. ?y? T - i DR. P. W. HORN NOTED EDUCATOR VISITS M1URRY f Dr. P. W. Horn President o? South- western University who has recently been elected as the new head of the Technological college at Lubbock v -ited the City last week and while lure came out and inspected the bulldii'g3 And equipment of McMurry College. Dr. Horn was very complimentary in bis remarks concerning our build ng &nd equipment Btating that we al- ready had an institution of which we should be justly proud and expressed his belief in .ts future as one of the great institutions of Western Texas. Dr. Horn was the guest of the Lions' Club at a banquet on Thursday eve- ning and delivered a very strong ad- dress in the interest of education for the West Texas boys and girls and spoke glow.ngly of the prospects of the new Technological school at Lub- bock; and aho exp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 January 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP r-unieiu ruiiiiuaiiuii .ucTluro College. Editor Utciary Editor Husiness Manager.- Humorous Editor Society Editor Calculation Manager Spoitu Edltoi it. n. meadou I.tlti Mae Skinner Hobcit Young Einia Eaon .Imogene Krvu-ih C. B. Oatcs Clark Meador Faculty Advisoiy Committee: .Miss Julia Euker It. M. Medley Miss l.ola imstrong. Itrpoiteis or this Issue: I)idoii Hill .Blown Ilai'dy Neathi'iton H- hop and Killam. '1 lie usual talk of tlie vKitlng man ulio uddi esses an assembly of college students during the i Impel pel iod is about Ibe futuie tiimnphs in slice lor .them if the :mi1v themselves well and about the debt they owe hu- manity. Some of tin vvisei ones de- viate from the rule and tgll us that we ate not onlv piepi'iing foi lite but me llvihg It now. We ale inclined to believe that the latter aie coming nearer to accomp- lishing; the puipo.se of their address than aic the formei clab of .spe.ikeis We aie living now; we aie just as much a pait of the liudum lace tod...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 January 1924

01EHA TO BE GIVEN BY FINE ARTS HB1X Tod Sulllivan Ihe Opera "The Boh:m- aln Girl" by the English writer Bolfe will be presented In the College chnp- el about the middle of April. "Well" said the parrot after lis- tening to the lecturer on evolution "at anxjatefmr-gTre can make a mon key out of me." First Prof. "The students were so entranced this morning that they re- mained in my lecture room all thru Since Opera is not usually presented the lunch hour. by colleges this step of Miss Sull - ans of offering to the students and tens of Abilene an entertainment of this character deserves the highest praise. Miss Nora Lee Mahew and M ss Ve- ola Warren as assitant directors and Miss Lillian Morrison and Miss Wllma Tripp as accompanists will ass st Miss Sullivan in her difficult under- taking. A complete review of this Opera will be published at a later date in this paper. Second Prof.- wake them up ' -"Why didn't you '-''' Have your Photographs made at the best place in Abilene. .T. S. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 January 1924

REV. HUNT WELL RECEIVED AT MERKEL ARRIVING DAILY New Spring Merchandise Coat Suits Dresses Capes and Millinery Look Them Over Sport Coat Suits $10.00 and Up W. P. Babb and B. F. Howard will leave the 20th for New York Markets. Come in and let's get acquainted. BABB-HOWARD D. G. CO. 1 70 Chestnut and S. Second The President of the College occu- pied the pulpit at Merkel Texas Sun- day night preaching to a large con- gregation; and at a meeting of some of the church officials after the even- ing service the matter of the Purple Cross was introduced and the breth- len enthusiastically pledged their support to the movement. Several bought preferred memberships in the oiganization They plan to give a church banquet at an early date and put the Purple Cross over the top for their full quota. Prominent laymen of the Abilene chuiches will be present .it this banquet to lend their encour- agement and support to boost the movement. PRESIDENT TO ATTEND MEETING OF EDUCATORS v When you need Radi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 25 January 1924

NlA'iS"'10'' fftESH THE WAR-WHOOP i'ii;Lisin:n slmi-mon ifii ". uv Tin: siidim r.om 01 Mciuu colli un A olimic I Mill I l 11 s 1 iii I M h 1 i M I1 1 I MM "t r MKJRRY GOLD-FISH-WE HAVE rnillLi s 111 mi is ( iu side lit of tin .Slfm i I imticliL ( ipi i lllci u so lids Slit Is st.ull.if to In i kii.li i mil sijs sin. w nits to tilth in i(w llowtsii Mil mlis sums to lu( in itti iction foi lit i anil i mi Line tint is wlui 1 . .... s ' " ( lllfoid IiP is i sus tins irl lint sin Ins won t Ins. plui liithi In ills of the l Mm i studuits sin is si.cii.tui) nl tin 1 ish diss mil is will infoiinul is to (Siisthin- tint tikis pi it in tli it diss is will is ill othu hippiniii-s in tin KilliM . llieonH bi thiiir iliont Mi Mum Mlllcnkl is h's limit Ailh Gunci sslnili is boniitlnus pionotintod (.oils Aintr Sinn ht Ins bicn tit tttd things hue stcppul llstl to tht timii ot Kul Wim mil tlu Old (.its Mm Ailit is to MiMunj whit tin dsiunio lb to tin powu hoilst foi ill Alulint knows whin his bunch ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 25 January 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP Tills Issue: 13. I). I.ANDKKTH Edltor-in-Chlcf A.A1.1NH COX . Associate Editor KKANCIS ni-AINE. Literary Editor JOE ItEIDENUACH. Assf to Bub. Mpr JOAN UUI.I.OCK. . .. Society Editor ANNIE MATTHEWS ..Feature Editor OPAL nHOWN . .Humorous Editor Typists- Faye Oalj; and Cecil lllshop. Reporters to this Issue: IMller Knox. Suther. Oulllct Steele Hrun- son. Klkcr. Colwell. Worthy Dryden. Ilrown Posey. Medley Frye Frances Klllam. You will note tlwt only Freshmen have contrihuted to this Issue. They have been looking forward to this publication for several weeks and there Is" not a member of the class' who has not contributed their best towards making this "The issue of the year." With the consent of the editor an entire freshman staff was elected. The Freshman class Is to make their publication of the War Whoop an annual affair. This is the first and it is a Kood beginning. Anions other iiuestions that come crowding into the minds of people who must choose their eollefic one...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 25 January 1924

4 IS A FISH LISTKNS IN At The Palace Friday and Saturday miss eorcii hosti:ss to lie's 'h Itnhln Hood of the de- bet ts vei" IkuI liomhic but oh boy he's nood. V VTA f ' 3 "Wie AID MAIM The public of Abilene in gunoiul uiul the tollese (Undents in p.trtlculai aie unanimous in their approval of Coach .Medley ami his vvoik They ui almost envloin of McMuu's luck in rccuiIiik a coacli of such ad mil able imputation duiliiR her flist jp.ir. A conversation between two students Horn Simmons and Abilene Chistlnu ( (jlleue pioVid tills tact. It ocelli led at the ball name between the Com- liii'ico Noim.il at which ('oath Medley was tefjiee. "The icfeiee surely knows his Mutt" said one student bpeaklng of the coach. "Yes he knows the garni' and he lb alc-olutely fall. It Is not just basket ball that he knows either for I've si en his footboll team pla and it knows eveiv tiick of the game" re plied another man "Well I sues he Is sure an all around athlete. 1 would like to plaj on a team that h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 25 January 1924

Visit Our Mammoth SALE Now In Progress REED SHOE CO. THE FASHION Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Millinery lilil I'uic Stioet All lino luildiii ABILENE STEAM LAUNDRY Laiindu Soiicoat Youi Sen ice Also Cloaneis and Dvois One Block Knst ol I'ostollico IMioiu' 107 Ills si ales onllti l an i oi lu I Ills pi li i s tin hi low (III llt'll llllll llll MHII tllllll i its I'm It s tin pi it ( In m nil will Kit limit st weights hii.lust (iuillt khikmIis (mil- lions si i ii i . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J t ililhoij Conn unit st i us. I oi lust in t Inn i mini liuil i iiiiiii il kikmIs 1 1 it uls mill tu sli li nits mid i :- it.lllllS HANEY-SIGNOR CO. 'nij N Si i mid Sliu I I'limit s IJr ami IJ7 ckt your si'oktinc coons and suppuks FROM McMURRY BOOK STORE 'ion i in'l bi'.it the (loom KAK wnv. Tlu' best urn- chinon made. Lot us com nice vou hv having oui shoos lopanea nt tlu GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP t)llll 't I (11 III I til I'l.llllll'll H StOlO MODEL DRUG CO. Buv youi nnuts.it Abil no's Past (iinwing Dine Stole Oil ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 2 February 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP A ri'iJi i .m i) u i ma m mi si i' dim noin 01 miMpuun 01 1 1 (. i oluint I AI1II 1AL HAAS Mluiiliu lit. J I'l.'l. Nuinhir III N "I BUSINESS DEPARTMENT IS Although tin iuiiiiImi ol studinls in tin Pusitu-s Ailinlnlsti it ion input mint is snmll tin) an tniMUb iln ul with the woik sit loi tin in ami m leill) uitoiuplishiiir tin h pmpne In an Inttnitw with Mi 1 l os Will) iS 111 111 l)t tllis lltpillllltllt sst tind that thiu in limit than twin a in in) studtnls iniollul tin suoiul tn in th m win tin In ft Hi st itis Imthii that at tin In .ulimin.i ol tho thiiil tt mi m ss i oin i will hi ol h ul whli h hi In Is 11 i will hi will alt i nili il 1 hi woil now oliiiiil in this il u piutiiiint is (iiik shot Hi mil liiuih ssttni tsptssiitui anil i UinniuMi i mil si in hool I (pin! mil luniiutliu which iuc liult -. husini is aiithinilii loininiiiial law mil business nun pnndtntt 1 hi niw louisis to In otliiul tin tblnl tt i in in to In lliiMnt - ilniin 1st rat ion anil liunnii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 2 February 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP Student I'uliliiillion nj MiMiuiy Colli yr I'nblisliril hUtih Sutiiiiluy Moininy bij tin SI mini t lluili) d Mi Mm 11 Colli in Si'umil Claw Motility 1'iitihyis Applinl I'd). Si iisininiiiN I'iik i Pin Yi mi $1 1(1 Office Plrst Floor Administration HuildliiK IJONNHH MUAUOIl lUlttni In Clui j J. F. CUILMTr wt Lilitm IIOUUUT YOUNG Ms Mtn STAFF I At i mi ji lUUtm l.ilu Mm SI mm i Soi ii til lUliloi l.miyim I iitm is lliliiiuioiis lUlttoi Hi mil Lnon Stunts Kilitin Chill. Mi mini Ciiuiliition M iiniidi i C It 0 it' FACULTY ADVIHOUY COMMI'l l'F2i: 1fu Jnliu l.ttkn Vss lulu nn stinny. It M Mi illi ii Tavist' I'ltir Cimil. ('il H"li) Itiiiuitfi-i 'his ssiks Wilson. Luii tUcth Ulnini Ilium It. inlnuto ljc.1i day than ou can fioni laMiiri nnv iwo toius.es offered in join tollivu cm i it ilium foi the minio luiiKtli of time Of tourse you could p.i-II spinel that much time reading Hie hpoit oi soiiitv pages but we arc icftniiif to world news with which evenv jood i ipci is filled ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 2 February 1924

V IM'.IISONALS Mi:il31AIIS WIN H0N0K8 MIsh IinmoKonc Kiiincls ihh letiirn- ed from hci home in I)allc:.Kct whole she has been 111 foi several (lavs Stellu Neepcr and Hem I Leo Stun- foid enjojed a week end in Swrct- wntt MIes Clara and Mlhs Ik no Neil were in Wind is Stmd.i Monday Me- aiul Miss Joan Dulloik has been in Snyder with fi lends Miss Heth Wutt was in Nuinl tl'ls week end Mis S S Uoutwell Matron of Hunt Mall lopnttcd at a meeting of the itmlcntH of the doimitoiy last Tues- da iveninj; that the loom of Miasms Janli e Kosher and Samaria i'aye Gi lines was tlie cloancst and ncitcst i ooin UiioUKlimit th- cntlic Hall last teim 'Hie dull) attention and caicful woik cich d.i j.avo both hcaut and do inlneis to the loom Hack and ooi dij the lloois weie swept tin l.n.itoij cleaned and the wood-woik ducted 'ihoie was tuei a day passed that tho bids ie neglected and not made. 'lho tabic spiralis .mil bed linen ucie Uwajs i lean tath daj the win dowa were raised so theic would be fles...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 2 February 1924

New Spring Goods The New Dresses Are Here. All the newest modes for Spring are now ready for your inspection. We will be glad to show them to you. New Shoes In Jack Rabbit Airdale and Black Suede. Babb-Howard Dry Goods Co. (Incoipoiated) The Mecca ol Shoppei s Chestnut and South Second THE FASHION Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Millinery 264 Pine Stieet Luihne Building His Malts cutiiil) ait count His pric s tin in low (in lnu anil huv out t ihli ( its 1 oi It s tin pi 1( ( to UII You Mill tt holiest weights MUlust iuilit ..loceilts coui- tcous seivice. piompt dellvei) I onu uul sei us tot hist in (loin nu'.il. laid ( iiuuil uotuls tenuis uul lush liuits and veg- etables HANEY-SIGNOR CO. Hi J Sic and stint I'lioiu s lJI and 1J7 I!o No ".I.' You can't beat the GOODYEAR wav. The best ma- chinei made. Let us convince vou by haung join shoes lepnned at the GOODYEAR SHOE SHOP Oppositi loiuti to (.i.iinliill s stou MODEL DRUG CO. Buy voui Dings at Abilne's Past Glowing Ding Stole On Chestnut S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 9 February 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP X rrnusMiM) vi:i:ki.y ijy tiii: stp ij:.t ijody or u mfkky roixmi: Volume I. aiiim:m: 'h:as smikday. n:n n vh Xtimbi 1 N THE VALUE GAINED READING OF Provident J. . Hunt talked w lth the blacksmith and with ' -aoup oi students belli. a )oun In the oeginniug Of "A Gossip nf the ncitjiboi- who Hoiked into tin man Mum It hi Knows the ptohlems Komance" Robert Louis Stevenson tl01 (0 i1(ai lUL rjU1 philosophic" ot I'l-ii I"'"'" and lorcef.l wa.v in which y! . a man who pounded iion for a lhii0 l.atli ttim he biougit his message in " In mi) thing fit to be called b One da altci listening to an unusual- '"at plain an dionc 'il wti) in whkh the name of leading the process itself 1 illuniin.'the dissertation upon lift hi sp (lks and theie is nevoi a doubt shoi'ld be ahsoihing and voluptuous the pott was thlillid inl ) laving Mi U.e minds ot his listenei.s as to his we should gloat ovci a book be rapt ' Whv liicnd thou ait Platonic' ' '1 lit -niceiM) and catnestutss clean out of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 9 February 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP Student PuMUation of MvMnny College. 1'iihlished Eiuli Sntimluy Moihiny by the Student Hotly of MvMitny College. Si ( mill ('las' Mniliny Privilege Ay plied h'ou be u Wonihow Wilson we ran build our lles on the Mime suong prin- ciples ei which his' weie founded i. p. character education and an itnsuen- in determination to do wluil lie thought right; then our bucccms will be In proportion to the amount of work we do with the talents len ua. Si ii hum ion Pint i Pin Yi ut $i.ro OtfiM' First Floor Administration DuildhiK. Silver Cup To Be Given Rival Literary Societies winnine. Indian head one point each; tennis ton points; golf ten points; l.i-ki tliall ten polnt.a; ranklns boy in each cltir.s one point each . The iiimnuiKcnient of thefe awards hhoulil he kindly received by nil si uric tits since winking for them will f.o a lon wn toward makliiR school iiiu moie Intci ebtlng not counting tlio ptison.il deelnpiiiont each will -ain Mi hint; foi supietnacy in one 01 all the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 9 February 1924

A Kollege Klippings Ajilmn Print v raining Wan 1hiouu Clarke UiiliusUy Atlanta Un Feb 4 1 ne future hint! of 3200000 people 1b quietly at tending a Hinall American college He Is een sweeping floors to pay for hii education Nyabonga crown prince of the Brit- ish Protectorate Uganda in East Af- rica Is attending Clarke Unherslty Atlanta in older to learn nioie about Is t'icy must nlwas be unilei leal faculty control ' 1 am optimistic about the situation however I think the progress made in this Hectlon within the past two yeirs has Justified the execptation that the schools will meet the issue fairly and that athletics will be kept in their proper place Athletics art without doubt one of the grcitet forces In any school a grtit force for good when proper! dUected li the laculties will awake to the alu Miss Annie ( lytic Sunday l'l.lMAIS I ce llrunsoti was In Ilettyc ninn and Vila Liwllns are ill at tht.ii homes In bylventct Alice Cioss has icturned pU as mt stay In Sylvestci fiom a He...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 9 February 1924

InO ur Shoe Department New Spring Fashions are arriving almost daily. Smart new patterns in grey straps of suede and nubuck. Beige is also good in nu- buck and suede. Satins are especially good in black and shades of brown. Special numbers are shown in sport and street shoes with low heels.. Come in and see the smart new low shoes now on display. All moderately priced. THE FASHION Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Milliner' 2(M Pi no Street 1 inline Huilriintr ARMY GOODS We have a bin line of Dress Shoes. So Clothing ttaiuconts Blankets Etc. We will appreciate showing yon our stock of At my (loods. THE ABILENE ARMY STORE Wholesale and Retail 10(51 S. Second In I. 0. 0. F. Hldg. ED. S. HUGHES CO. Wholesale Retail Hardware and Implements amt. of kkadlnu (5001) LITKRATlKi: fCmttiiiinti fiom imuiTohc) llsUnod to two bishops pi each one In the uiotniiiK . one in the evening. One of the speakeis was u man of great ii.itiit.il uidownient hut Kicking In vo- ctliului. The othei as a man of neat natu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 February 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP . A PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY '1HE STUDENT BODY OF McMURRY COLLLXJK Volume I. ABILENE. TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10. 1!)2I NUMBER Li INDIANS LOSE FIRST BASKETBALL FaStPear SUL ROSS L0B0S DEFEATED CONTEST WITH ALPINE L0B0S rrf zlz IN FAST GAME THURSDAY IWMVMMMAMV (;AME FIERCELY CONTEST- panoo.e. I oae Their nn nv nrvru trims rapooses Lose ineur THROUGHOUT. Second Encounter nowijpd pianist eminent statesman ami patriot will appear here next Sat- urday night at the 1-Mrst Baptist Church auditorium in concert. 1'aderewaki startled the musical world last fall by announcing that ho would return to the concert stage at" Musical Live Fish Found Unable to Swim INDIANS WIN BY MARGIN; BOTH WORK HARD. CLOSE TEAMS By making the statement that live and healthy fish were found unable With the bitter defeat or the pre- vious night still fresh in their minds. to swim all the traditions of flshdom le Indians were avenged in one of were shattered and broken. This mi- the closest and hardest foug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 February 1924

THE WAR-WHOOP Sliitlnil I'liUlitiilnni of M Mia ill Cnl Inn: 1'ntilislit (I I tu h Snliuiltui Mnnmiti In tin Sliitlnil limlii il t Mm i il ('tiltn)t stmiiil (7iss Minima I'milifis 1iWn il I in. SI llil Illl'l iiin Iun i I'l u Yi Mi $1 "n dllicc I list J'lnui Atllilllllstl.iticin IlllllilitlK M0XM: MI:AIi()H I'.tlilm m Chiff i r ci'iu.r.r iss. i.iiiim UOItnUT NOU.M! Hits. Mill. M'AIT I ill mill l.ililm Li In li si nun i iniitii l.ililm I. iiinn in I nun is II itnitntiiis I ililm li inn Hnsmi Stunts l.ililm lliul Miiulm Cut ittittnm Miumili i (' II Oilts i'M'bi:r Ai)iM.)itY coMMrrrni: llS llllllt l.llhll 1lSN l.llltl A I III- si i mm l M Mt tlli if I Uinsts I tint Citiiu ('ml llislmii mi.uittis 'I his ssiiis Mtismi. I.tin tin III Uliiint lUinttlt snirc It .mil stmt stopping up to the plant' on which It roslR II mi opinion is to he limiU' tiom the H'cokIh kept in tin- iiisttni's oil lie tli women ol this school ate to he the In t-.iil win in is ha! most ol the (.1 reels ami supiioil th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 February 1924

A -w On Acquiring An Artistic Temperament Or nil the hard things I Imve luul to acquire from u peach-like complexion to a taste for prunes an .utlstlct em perament is the hardest Well do I remember when the older heads of the house took it upon them- selves that it was their sue led duty to develop my artiFtic temperament The first step In this training began vvhen my mothei placed me unl t the instruction of a music teacher a tall willowy thinK with keen eyes a r looked nose and a mop of corn-coloi-ed hair what she had left and lips that only smiled on one side Mv mother turned me oer to her to hae me moulded and sti etched until my aitistic soul foi music was perlect She left me with these wouls to the willowy one "She's a blight child but she's stubborn Oh had my moth- er known the sorrow caused by these words she would neei hae uttered them for along with the development of my musical soul I had many thing; to break my stubbornness li 1 so much as hinted going to the matinee tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The War-whoop — 16 February 1924

ALMA MATEB McMURRY If It's New Minter Dry Goods Co. HAS IT IN ABILENE The New Spring Hats New Silk Dresses New Checked Wool Dresses Smart New Suits New Spring Wraps New Sweaters New Skirts All moderately priced. Let Us Show You the New Spring Styles. . . Mingus-Price Co. (THE TOGGERY) Spring is just a few days ahead calling for your new Suit Hat Cup Shirts Shoes Hosiery Etc. and no stock is more complete than ours to take care of your wants. We SPECIALIZE in Men's Wearables prices to suit and a pleasure to serve you. THE FASHION Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Millinery 264 Pino Street j 264 P Lurline Building ARMY GOODS We have a big lino of Dress Shoes Sox Clothing Raincoats Blankets Etc. We wfil appreciate showing you our stock of Army Goods. THE ABILENE ARMY STORE Wholesale and Retail 1064 S. Second In I. 0. 0. F. Bldg. ED. S. HUGHES CO. Wholesale Retail Hardware and Implements SUN ELECTRIC CO. Everything Electrical Phone 1000 259 Pine Street You can't beat the GOODYEAB way. The best ...

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