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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 November 1916

1 The Hit of the Season in Fall Hats called "The Criterion" Here is one oE the handsomest lints we have ever shown tho feuture lint from the fniiious line of Stetsons. Its bcuomingncHS to such n large number of men is one of its snlicnt fentures. The Stetsons for Fall and Winter nre ready for you nt this store finer than over nnd with a style Hint only a fine lint can have. There V a fine range of models nnd colors hats be- comtng'to every face for every kind of man nnd for every one of his needs. The "Criterion" $4.00 Other Stetsons $4.00 and $5.00 KIRSHBAUM CLOTHES $15 $20 $25 and up To maintain merchandise standards this senson has meant a battle with almost numberless diffieulties which these unusual times have thrown in our path. Iiut with the product of such reputable makers as A. B. Kirschbaum Co we once moro fly the flag- of our famous triple stand- ard in men's clothes (1). Tho standard of nil wool fab- rics. (2) The standnrd of good workmanship through nnd through. (3) The...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 November 1916

?- 'I.S.i CITI NATIONAL I 2 ABHLENE TEXAS SaasS BANE Ur K A SL . Captall and Surplus $200000.00 4Pct Cenut PaM out Sawfiegg Dpfite GEO. L. PAXTOM President 3. 0. SnflELTOft Vice President JOE F. GARRISON Cashier E. CHANDLER Assistant Cashier THE HI8T0RY OF THANKSGIVING DAY. In 1020 tho Pilgrims ciuno to America. Thoy began earnestly to prepare tho soil nnd to plant their crops praying In the meantime for their God whom they hud crossed the wa- ters to serve to bless them with tho things which thoy needed most. Their humblo pray- ers did not go unanswered and after the abun- dant harvest of 1C21 these ever-thoughtful and Qod-foarlng pcoplo determined to set apart somo day for thanksgiving to their God who had beoii good to them. They sent four young men Ait hunting to mako provision for the fea.. Thus we seo tho pcoplo of Plymouth cerebrating tn"e first thanksgiving. This was not tho last thanksgiving day but tlioro havo been many other days of thanks- giving instituted slnco that ti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 November 1916

faMJBMatWateBBWMHWUMI Headquarters for All College Boys Our irmitlHomu Now KATINVrAILOKHD-CLOTIIES mid Overcoats our correct shapes in Full lints and our mnny Choico creations in Toggery are awaiting your inspection ! Wc invito you yes wo urgo you to call to sco our dis- play of tho Better Things in Men's and Young Men's Wear! Tho Style tho Quality and tho Workmanship shown in our Outfitting will appeal to you in a most forceful manner as the productions of Master Hands 1 MINGUS BROS. & COMPANY 8ECOND TERM BEGINS NOV. 2a This Is an excellent time to enter. You -vlll then have six full months' work. Do not wait until nftcr tho Christmas holidays. One month of tho second term will bo gono then and you will have only flvo months left. Hc- gln with tho classes just nftcr tho first term examinations and got tho benefit of six months In tho best llttlo collego In Texas. Not tho biggest but the best that's A C. C. We desiro Just ns many students as wo can benefit not one more. Every da...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 November 1916

5555KSh " -- V A 4. y Tlio vory bost yon havo ovor bought nt tlio price. Smart pattorns clover touches full cut thoroughly mode of fast color mad- ras and French porcnl. fSoo them and choose from our two popular lines at $1.50 and $1.00 Other prlcos higher ond lower and splendid values too but thoso two prices are extra values. "Sli- 3 rl At $1.00 . Also $1.50 Tlio most popular young man's hat in Amorlca today. Wo havo a complcto lino of new colors nnd sizes just In by ox- pross Oomo In ond see them and select your hat. Tho price a big value. ..S3.00 Sloi M to7J4. NEW CAPS Wo hao jubt re- ceived a shipment of high grndo caps for men and joung men. New patterns and tho pes X in ' JI The Trouper Shape - Prlcesst 50c 75c 31. ond $I.SO MINTER DRY GOODS COMPANY Mailorder Receive our Prompt Attention ABILBNE'B PROGRESSIVE STORE Parcel Post Charges Prepaid HOME ECONOMICS. Homo Economics is a class which all girls should enjoy and In which thoy should take great interest. This is woman's sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 January 1919

l . - THE Oh there is need tMt.on men's hearts shouldj&'ill a Spirit that can synti utilize with all. fiiirriii sp Atl'tke Past and Tim g tvaiq A'rWa ti eftkm J m. m. JL11jI? tterfi(aywkeHejet iAwtf rr -aii Volume VI ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS JANUARY 1919 Number 2 zx p w m rW.H 9T 111 i a NEW BUILDING 1 OPENED -12 LARGE CROWDS ENJOY PROGRAM. PLENTY SCHOOL SPIRIT EACH OF JANUARY ! 1 January the twelfthInetesnhun- dred "and nineteen 'yrlll linger In our minds for many yonrs as a pleasant ' and cherished memory. Tho days of anxious watting had passod. Prepar- ations had boen mado for twenty-four hours of real joy and thanksgiving. Tho oldor mon and womon who hud enjoyed tho blessing of an opportuni- ty to work to pray or to sacrifice for tho college woro as anxious to sea how tho buldlng roally lokod on tho Insldo as woro wo younger folks. I think I havo never soon a happlor or a moro thankful people So groat wat the Joy and so unsolflsh was tho sac- .-".-rlfico each ono osteomt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 January 1919

" - y w- B w Bhe OPTIMIST Published Monthly by tho BtudontB o' tup Abllono Christian College Entorcd as Socond Class matter nt Abllono Texas X- .50o Utilirtli4 ! Y1 F r muuduiijuuii x or I uart tuvv "" uo .uu AdflrAfla nil finrrnatinmlnrn nnil mnkn 0rl' l0 lu" .all Monoy Orders iJayablo to THE culturod and "OPTIMIST at Abllohe Toxas. AVilllo Prltchott D. B. llnmbo t J.... & Du Edltor-ln-Chlof l - . LtiAY -b win m"v' i.. - tK '" VfritUhSSKamt'tKmKmv unK5!lWPKfHlnlliE -S1IR iHffiafflJawraRiw''wcn SvvBnKffiltnHHivBi n i i f i ?HHmor pov- U Tbaifflin trrnnnitif nntl i luxurious hlohorlvllcgo to do t nvnr.md whatovor v Was a cry was tho soar finding of. Christ. Tj a now soir IIo was loi caro for tho uooi projuuicotrr to ronounco Elmor NIchpltf AsslstU Jilanalgor Duslnoss Manngoju hoifio for a mud-walled hut. Ho wont Thoro was $330000000 contribute! last year for philanthropic objects connected with tho war. "No domocracy ovor puts forth its greatest effort until tho rollgtous sen- ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 January 1919

INTERCOLLEfJlATE NEWS Our Great February Sale of MEN'S WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S 'Shoos offers you an op- portunity to secure fine Bhoes at less thnn MANU- FACTURERS COST SEE WINDOWS YAGER SHOE GO. Electric Shoo Repairing Expert Workman in Charge Southwestern students havo practically nil boon glvon tho army physcologlcal touts. Dobators havo bcon cliOson for n triangular dobato botweon S. M. II. Trinity and T. C. U. Dr. 0. C. Cody has completed hi fortieth year of sorvlco with South- wostorn ' v t Baylor Baylor was dofoatod by Longhorna Beautiful New Dresses Specially Priced An express' shipment of now Spring Dresses made of Crcpo do Chine Taffeta Crcpo Meteor Sorgo and Gcob&ctto. Full lino of sizes all leading colors. Trimmings aro Tjeads hand em- 4 broidery buttons and braid. Tho styles aro up to tho mo- mont. This is a special purchnso from ono of our best Now tYorlc houses. Prices aro much below value. Wo offer Lot Ono Clioico at $17.75 JYour Choice of Lot Two at $19.75 Your C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 1 January 1919

r " 4 7 4 n u t Different and Better Suporior in everything that goes to mako better mcrchandisq is the Manhattan Shirt. Tho Shirt supremo in every feature wearing manufacturing styling tailoring and laundering Tho new Manhattans for Spring aro ready and you havo novor seen handsomer Blurts in their now patterned fabrics of Madras Silks and Mercerized materials. . ; tuA At all prices from $2.50 to $10.00 lHEi71J77r' S.aMffwiCi?5EiiSiZ5BMMIWBWMI Druco Green (After stopping on Eileen Doll's too) "Oh I I bog pardon I am so sorry." Ellcon "That's nil right I walk in thorn myself soino times." Coming Soon! A Play: NEIGHBORS ZONA Presented by EMERSON CLU3 0E A. C. C. Watch for Date C. W. HALTOM BRING ME YOUR Jeweler and LAUNDRY The most modern in the West and renown- ed for first-class work. Try us. Abilene Steam Laundry Tie Abilene Reporter (Morning Edition) (DAILY AND ONE YEAR (BY MAIL ONLY) FOR Biico McDonald says half of tho lies told on htm aro not so. Lucllo "Jim It's out all over t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 November 1919

whpf - LIBRARY" Abilene Christian CoHegf THE OPTIMI Oh there is need that on men's hearts should fall a Spirit that can sympathize with all. All the Past and Time re veals a bridal dawn of thun- der fit alswhenevct Thought hath wedded Fact. Volume Vft ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS MONDAY NOV. 17 1919 Number I ST tV BR01I0D TEAM DEFEATED HERE BY A G. G. ELEVEN Our Boys Itoll up'jn Good Score Over Daniel linker Tho Abllono Christian Collego ol ov- en defeated tho Dnnlol Baker olovon horo Saturday Nocombor tho 2nd by a scoro of 21 to 7. Much interest was manifested in tho gamo as it was tho second of n sorios between Danlol Baker and (ho local boys tho other bo- Ing won last Saturday by Daniel Bak- er by a Bcoro of 13 to 7. Tho local boys went into tho gamo with a de- termination to oven up with tho Brownwood team. The gamo opened with A. C. 0. re- ceiving tho ball. Thoy wore making substantial gains when Lankford of Daniel Baker intercepted a forward past; and ran -10 yards for a touch ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 November 1919

T5he OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Students ot Abilene Christian College Office Administration Buldglng Room p.i Subscription Per Yoar. 51.50 Address all correspondence and mako nil Monoy Orders payable to THE OP- TIMIST nt Abilene Texas. tho days of thy youth" .... Fear God and keep Ills commandments; for this Is tho whole duty of man." Then tho question. "What then?" can have no terror for jou. " athletics. To dovolop tho mental sldo of- youth and neglect the physical side Is doing nn InJuBtico to- the race both physically and mentally because one who Is wean. physically can novor bo as strong la- Vlncont Slkos EdItor-ln-Chlof tellectually ns tho ono who Is stronj: Gladys Arlodgo Asst. Editor both physically and montally. mormon Arleago... Business Mnnager It has been proved that bettor work liornco Wood Asst. Dus. Managor can be dond by a studont if ho will Herbert Slices -.... .Joke Editor spond a reasonable amount of his tlmo I in good athletics. REPORTERS Tho idea that one ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 November 1919

. - -l'KKSONAXS- j' MIbs liayboll Pawnor' wrltos that- sho would glvo over so. much to bo ?u A. a. C. but that Bho will teach' this year In Coloraan county One of-MIss-Nelson's Algobrapuplla I lltlllltlll'llItll'lMIIIIIIItJIVItlllllll'tllllllllllllllllttfllllflllllllltllllllttlltlllllllllllllllllllllllRtllllltllillllltltltllfl I f'l Tl 1 1 i 1 1 1 II tTTt I M Vl I IJJ handed In tho following problem: D Bay 0 Qlrl C Chaperon. plus O plus C Misery. 1 Womens Stylish Sweaters Wo nro Informed that ono of our former students Miss Curryo' Stewart has married recontly. Tho informa- ilon comos Indirectly and wo fallod to get tho namo of the lucky man or tho details of' tho affair but under- stand that thoy will mako their homo In Drownwood. Would you givo rs much as $1.00 to coo A. 0.0. havo a weekly paper? Then bond In your subscription. Old students who know him will bo Clad to know that aftor spending two years In tho navy Floyd Phillip is again at homo. Floyd spent a groat deal of this t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 17 November 1919

WKWwLSLXm ' SECOND NDM1JEII OF Ll'CEUJt THE ltARDING GIRLS. (Continued from pase ono) AN AUTUMN REFLECTION grceri ot sum- It la only rocantly that the literary I watched tho glossy lne on the stage Th program which BO00tl08 navo adopted tho good plan mor's trees ui uuviug iuo uua uiiu .ua iudo any- A'uuu iuiu jruuuvv &uiu nuu wtiuouu arately overy other wook. Wo have rod already received great benefit there- by. Slnco tho number Is much smaller there Is greater opportunity for each ono to tatko part and feol mors Interest in tho meetings. Tho Harding girls certainly are a llvo butch. Their meetings thus far have been opened thoy render consists ot musical and dramatic numbers. Mrs. Wells Is a soprano of much artlntlc ability: Mr. ." .' l" ?""" """"""""Vl I Wolls Is a barltono and planolst. Hero la some local comment made on their program given this season: "From tho start to tho finish tho on. tortainmont glvon by tho Wolls En- tortalnors was of an exceptionally lth nnnnrv ........

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 November 1919

THE OPTIMIST Oh there is need that on men's hearts should fall a Spirit that can sympathize' with all. All the Past and Time re- peals a bridal dawn of thun- der ptals.ivhetievet Thought hath wedded Fact. Volume VII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY NOV. 27 1919 Numbtr 2 Famous Trial Ends In Compromise Breach of Promise Suits Attracts a Great Interest. IJOTII DEFENSE AND PROSECUTION CLAIM VICTORY IX T1IK DECISION. On Satm day night November 22 nt a Joint meeting of tho Zolhmrs and Hardlr-gn took placo tho famoua Broach of Promise trial wherein Nan- rabel Est03 was plaintiff and Herbert Loto was defendant. Moot Court Judgo Grover C. Marian of tho A. C. C. Moot court presided. Tho Hon. I'nrl Ettor was tho official court re porter; Hon. J. Warren Jackson shor t.u.iu. ..w... . ......... Iff. twclvo stalwart hardhanded sons of toll among whom wero tho ro- nowned wit Leo Coffman and tho . . a. ml I. It -.!. ! juuiciai "Auranam wero urn jui. nl.l fnffmnn linlticr fnromnn. TllO nald Coff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 November 1919

H?F? T5he OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Students of Ablleno Christian College. Offtco Administration Buldglng Room C. TO KEEP US CMEKEY Rhymos by U. R. GUESSING Subscription Per Yoar .?1.60 In Thanksgiving Address nil correspondence and mako T Thco- Fnthor' w0 llft UP our -11 ? n1A. nnvnMn r TTTW OP-. HOQrt UIl 1'iuuv; sauvi0 4mi - "- T1MIST at Ablleno Texas. J. Vincent Slkos Edltor-ln-Chlof Gladys Arlodgo Asst. Editor Thornton Arledgo... Business Manngor Eoraco Wood Asst. Bus. Manager Herbert Slices Joko Editor Supervisory Editors ATHLETICS Paul Witt CHAPEL. CLIPPINGS . . . Inez Norton SPECIAL Hazol Watklns FINE ARTS Bornlco Boll EXCHANGES Sowoll Jonos CLUBS Ellatrank Wallaco PERSONAL ITEMS .. MoctCjr Mlllor RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES RuesoU Martin REPORTERS: T. H. Ethorldgo Earl Smith Georgia Rowsoy Bottyo Travlo Roy Lanier. EDITORIAL And volco In thankfulness and ro- voront pralso For blosslngs freely given. Our days Aro filled with Joy for Thou groat tnom Glvor art Cur constant ben...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 November 1919

PERSONALS 'by hor donomlnatlonal friends from recent report wo unuorsinna mm Miss Pearl Farmer of Kllcon spent I tho week end with Alta Mao Dakor Huby Qlst Is spending tho week-end at AnBon with frlanda. Ircno Mltcholl visited with homo folks lit MlngUB lQRt wook ond. Itt ; thoso mon aro avoraglng ovor four Weldon Russet stopped at Dallas on "business" also. DIllIo Qroon spont tho wenk ond in Hamlin with homo folks. sermons a month besides much per- sonal work. Tho senior class of Simmons has tho honor of favoring Abllono with .tho host lycoum courso ovon offered to hor. John Tarloton is to issuo a nows- papor. Tho first lasuo will be out Thanksgiving. Thoy hope to havo a weekly edition. Dro. Dlack from Locknoy has boon visiting his son Parish. THE SOURCE OF HAPPINE8S T. XI. Ethrldgo preached Sldo church Sunday. Throughout tho past ages oven un- dltlon; instead wo should bo so ab- sorbed in our blessings that shadows would flit by unnoticed. Tho really happy heart though surrounded ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 27 November 1919

WERE WE READY? f PROFESSIONALISM IN ATHLETICS IllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlllllllllllltllllllllt LV' Iu iho minds of some of our good friends tlioro was a doubt as to whe- ther or not tho ttmo was rlpo for tho establishment ot a Sonlor College I They wero anxious for tho tlmo to como when wo could establish and maintain ono but doubted tho wisdom of taking such a step now. Thoy fear- od that tho brotherhood was not suf - flclontly interested to support It that students would profor to tako tholr degrees in some Institution that al- ready had a groat influenco In tho educational world. However such was not tho case. Wo wero ready. Not only wore wo ready but there Dnncho Uamu mior SeWoll &Q was a demand or such an insti utlon. kMW wmt nm to Theso stntcmens aro borno out by the .for n chrlstmaa proBontr fact that In this first year of son or SIatcr g dca college work wo hnvo In tho senior' . . .. . ' ... . ... may toll mo If y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 December 1919

mSKmmSm yy. i'liKiHtdlM'-'i'' HMH'iHf)JMt"'i:''i: l't.ii.i:iM.;tini'iit.tii. r.TfcfWTIOc3: . - -A .-. -.? . ' ! Ci 61 'there fsVceh :tfcatJn ' men 's hearts should fall a - Spirit tliTit call' SfiMathize with all. All the Past and Time re- "veals a bridal da wn of than '" derptais tvhetievtt Thought hath fvedded pact . n t- xin Vol ume VII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY DEC. 4 1911) Njnb'..;3 ' ' I'll m li .ilufflTy -. .. .. I . . I OPTlklSf aT aaa1 ' 'Hi I 'aW t lUK COLLEGE GRADED A PLUS t . . Commutes on Clnsslfleat'on Places A C. C. In the Class of Instltu. tlons of tho Highest Rank In the State. . Although thoso who havo known tho conditions havo folt absolutely cortaln that Abilene Christian Collego would receive recognition a a full collego still tho following official announce triciit wheh c'nmo to Drd. Sowell a fo'w days past is another piece of ovldonco to tho "e'vorywhero obvious fact 'that A. C. C. is fast coming Into her own In tho educational world: -. . Austin Ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 December 1919

r ;fcff M w.- ' . . r.e 75he OPTIMIST Published Wookly by tho Students of Abllono Christian College Office Administration Qulldlng Room C. Bubscrlptlon Por Yoar ?1.B0 A THANK8QIVINQ 8URPRI8E. Rhymes hy U. R. GUESSING FROWNS AND 8MILE8 Tfh KIPTPP TTIf3 (PIHTIEiPIBV uw uiuuu wiiuuuu!! it . . nv intn uii 1 iiuiiKBSiviiiii fxuvumuer ai xuxu Mr. Indiana Martin was sitting in front of tho flreplaco In his boautlful little ranch houso. Ho was thinking and talking of his past days In A C. 0. I His wlfo was sitting noar by (thoy had boon married only a few months). Sho ' suggested that ho get in tho Cadillac and go get tho Optimist as It was tlmo for it to arrtvo. A fow miles from tho ranch a man Vincent Bikes Editor-in-Chief And tho faco that bora marks of much was riding through all tho cold. Ho Gladys Arlcdgo Asst. Editor care was cold and hungry and was Booking Thornton Arlcdgo... Business Manager Had ho lost in tho fight n placo to stay for tho night. Ho had Horace Wood Asst. Dus. Manag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 December 1919

SBiig V PERSONALS ; " Mr. Waltor Slkes has moved to tho lnulo barn. Mr.Slkos proachod at Kobcoo Sun . day Mrs Martha Klingman Wynn of Gorman Texas is vlBltlng hor par- '. cnts hore. Moctor Miller on looking In tho glass discovered that tho lottors on hor aquaro top woro up-sldo down. Among thoso who spent Thanksgiv- ing with tho folks at homo wbb Robert Peace. ' Mr. McCasland was at Winters Ban. day in tho lntorest of tho drive for athletic funds. You should boo tho nlco boxes of chocolato Rcnfro-Blckford Drug Co. havo. Will you havo tea with mo on Mon- day's at Renfro-Dtckford Drug Co. They have everything so nlcofand hot Mr. and Mrs McClaskoy woro horo for Thanksgiving to bo with thotr daughtor Muriel. On account of her Illness Mlnnlo Drummens is at homo with hor par ents this weok. Mr. Charlie Walker bocauso of his oil Interests was forced to leave for Encinso Now Mexico. I'd glvo Loyaco an Eastman Kodak for Xmas. nonfro-Blckford Drug Co. bavo Bomo nlco ones. Noble Philips Boss O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 4 December 1919

EJHjTTO i m MS u!7ww?rl I' . . 1 1. ; . i i "" uin4ii'.WiHiKiitaiariinaiiiiiili-.: . ....TH.E. J-w 5r Tho church ot God Is not an instltu- I :; ... -! ri - Wo aro In rccolpt of a copy of tho rtlon In tho Bonse wo nsoitho word to ' . ' y i r8on8o that It has boon instituted by . . . i"it 1 At t I n InirnltiAM f "V VU iWIi All U11U HIOJ UAliW IU tJVlij M. W.WH- " "w-v "-"cut an Issue each 'week Wdaro'gtftd T1''' T"! P"' f. . .' "to'hoio this mark or progress and trust . Tho Church of Homo is an institution . tn th(. i.M and has a vlsiblo and Invislblo head. J . . Wot so with tho Church of Qod. It " ' " .!... . publication is composed of tho first Is an aggregate-of peoplo who have ;iw ' ' . . . been'savel by tho blood of Christ Our t or f acwordTn "p nam f lh -Wis ft matter" of Individuality and CQll9g0' -therefore J.TAC. -jiot lnsfltdtloriallty. i . i ' 1 1 rfn7nVf4f'-rr'ktt frfw ''!- .-. JUST FOE FUN- WILL U. READEM H Tirn CjntTtolf nrnnnfmrl ifirnn (mnn In QodMlefllB with individua...

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