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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 April 1918

nflF' rfWWVjywe SPRING HATS of Distinction for Young Men For young men who are susceptible to style we feature the Knox Hat. They arc recognized as the standard of hat style for men especially for1 young men who dress well. Have it of brown gray and green the new Spring shades at $5.00 PERSONALS "Hobs" Dlackwoll was a visitor at chapol last Wednesday morning. President Sandefor spoke at Morkol last Saturday on tho Liberty Loan. MIbb Mary Collins a former Sim- mons student Is teaching a very suc- cessful term of ochool at Vlow. Mrs. Crosby visited her sister Miss Jane Holmes at Mary Frances a few days this week Mr. Wcp Plorson has been very sick tho past fow days but hopes to bo able to resumo his school work soon. Mr. George Ashburn Is back in school after two weeks -absence at his homo near Stamford on account of ill- ness with grippe. Messrs. Leroy Holllngsworth and Thomas Lynch two Cowden Hall ln- matos are visiting their respective homes this week. Messrs. Mon D. Thaxton and Al-...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 April 1918

t BETTER SUITS FOR BOYS -Mother's Favorite Make : Bring your tyoy here for his new Spring toggery where special Attention is given to the make mn- terialxnncl fstylo to every suit we offer for sale. The hew Spring Suits arejgut along closer form fitting lines showing tho Military tendency. 'Grey Tan Navy and Fancy Mixtures are very good this season. Our suits arc carefully tailored in every detail and made from materials that stand tho rough and tum- hlo service that hoys clothes are expected to have. t Splendid values are here for your hoy at $6.50 $7.50 $9.00 $10.00 up to - $16.50 Military suits made of heavy khaki consisting of Ooat Trousers Hat and Puttees in si&es 6 to 12 years selling at 1 $6.50 Splendid' line of boys' Knickerbocker Trousers $1.00 to - 1 $2.60 MINTER DRY GOODS CO. R & R QUEEN SATURDAY William Russell -in- tt The Midnight Trail" also FATTY ARBUCKLE -in- "The Bell Boy" "Abilene's Progressive Store." ! on ub nn ph nmwmH an tin nn nn nB I ( Lyric Theatre W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 April 1918

T.'nwv wuyy. mi .yiijiiiwPwpipiBipjp Mron??rlP'SPr"'0" 1202 Sylvon Drive f. K onne leoi Vol. II SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 20 1918 No. 27 v. ijr U J i& ..' . c5 grtl Simmons Bmnfl S ' .--..I I .. . i . . .. III! I . i ' ' ' '" " I . INTERSCHOLASTIC LARGER CROWD THAN WAS EXPECTED first Day Given Over to Prellml. nary Contests In Preparation For the Final Events on Saturday. Tho University Inter-scholastic Loaguo of tho Abllono District opened Its twoaay meet upon tho Simmons Campus Friday morning with an at- tntiilnnort that morn tVinn mut tlinli most sanguine hopes of Its directors and partjlcjptyrits. By tho opening hour (10 a. m.) for tho general con yontlon of representatives and dele gates tho auditorium and corridors of the Administration building wor full and buzzing with representatives and friends from tho counties of East- land Callahan Fisher Haskel Jones Kent Mitchell Nolan Shackelford Stonewall Taylor and Stephens. During tho day1 tho two literary s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 April 1918

wt & SttjpimmonsBranfl Send tho loaded ships across the ocean bluo With tho stamps como across; With tho. bonds como across; Send tho ships' across to Porshlng o'er tho Bea Do you hear tholr bugles calling you and mo "Send moro mon and guns and air- ships o'er tho sea?' Tho hand that buys tho bond Moves tho ship to cross tho pond Builds a brldgo of ships to Pershing o'er the sea. Taken from Tho Outlook. Tlje Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Texas. Just Received This lovely white Washable Kid Lace Oxford ex- ceptjonallypriccd at With a Quarterly Literary Supploment "Tho Corral." Subscription Prico tho Year.... ?1.G0 Member of tho Toxas Intorcolloglato Press Association. Staff' Selected From Student Body on Morlt Basis. $Q50 rrryfr-"T-n'il ' 8.1 rftBVT p. Office Third Floor Library Building It. W. FOY Editor-in-Chief Mary Cooper - Asso. Editor Carroll Springier Business Mgr D. Q. Riddle '. News Editor Mildred. Foy Special Anna King . Exchange AllUter Goodnight Persona...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 April 1918

W.' WITH OUR FRIENDS. (J The "Pall MaU"A Regal Shoe For Young Men That you will be properly fitted when you buy your shoes hero is a foregone conclusion. But you cannot pass judgment upon tho stylo smartness the leather quality and the measure of value wo offer until you .see tho shoes. Other shoes for men and young men at $5.00 $6.50 $7.00 to $9.50. Toxns Co-Eds Put Ont Good IVpcr. Tho Co-Ed edition of tho. Dally Tex- an for April 12 deserves special men- tion. It 1b indeed a credit to tho editor and her staff. Whatever Mildred Pax- ton goes into sho doos so with a view of making it a success and as issuo editor of this number of tho papor she shows her originality and sound Judg- ment as sho always did when editor-in-chief of our own "Simmons Brand." Tho Longhorns aro victors in tho track moot with A. & M. by Blx points A. & 3T. on Successful Baseball Trip. Tho Aggies won two games on tho T. C. II. diamond then wont on to Bay- lor whoro they added two moro vls- torics to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 20 April 1918

& Your New Spring Suit Should Bear the Label of HART SCHAFFNER & MARX 'Then you'll know its all wool carefully tailored and 'in the newest models; No hotter clothes mado at any price. This store is the home of II. S. & M. Clothes in Abilene. Drop in and look over our splendid asortment including stouts slim stub and regular models enabling us to fit you perfectly. We are always glad to show them. Prices$25.00 $27.60 $30.00 and $35.00 Stetson Hats' in the styles you liko $4.50 $5.00 $5.50 and $6.00 Edwin Clapp oxfords $8.50 and $10.00 Munsing and B. V. D. Union Suits in all the different models. 7 ' A AvvA MINTER DRY GOODS "Abilene's Progressive Store." CO. n -BB- -HH nn- nn- Hfl Lyric Theatre - nntHt yuHLiii KCibfid " Big Special Attraction THE GREAT MUSICAL SPECTACLE THE 'Tall of a Nation 99 A Bugle Call to Arms for National Defense everybody should see. TWO BIG DAYS -- j- I muiauay aim i iiuav I SI AC Special Music by Mr. Redmond. I B B a 3 I a c A production I a n I B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 April 1918

Mm. Carl P. Springer 1202 Sylvan Drive Abilene Texai Tf.-S ' . i ( a' v "u immansBratifl Vol. II SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY- -APRIL 27 1918 No. 28 ORATORICAL ASSN. SIMMONS ANSWERS LIBERTY DAY BY BUYING $5500 WORTH OF BONDS SIMMONS SUMMER AND lUiimimimronimMMmnumuiiRnnmmmnflintfflfflnffliui ! trinity Man "Wins First l'laco in Ora- torlcitf Contest. Spang- Icr Eloctcil President. Tho annuel mooting of the Toxas Ftato Oratorical Association was held with Daniel Baker College at Brown- wood last Thursday and Friday. Messrs. Harry Duko and Carroll Spangled represented Simmons Mr. Duke being the contestant. All mem- bers of tho Association except South- western University wcro represented ut tho meeting. Tho Contort was won by Mr. Hendricks of Trinity Univer- sity. An Informal reception was given for tho delegates on Thursday ovenlng. The Daniel Baker girls asclstod by a low of tho young men wen very suc- cessful in entertaining tin guests In a royal mannor and kcoplng them in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 April 1918

-; - BED GKOSS NOTES. . lh The Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Texas With a Quarterly Literary Supplement "Tho Corral." Subscription Prlco tho Yoar....?1.50 ! !'' " ' 11 11 I I I I 111 Member ot tho Toxas Intercollegiate Press Association. Staff Selected Prom Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building It. W FOY Editor-in-Chief Mary Cooper--..! bso. Editor Carroll Spangler Business Mgr. D. Q. Riddle .-- News Editor Mildred Foy Special Anna King Exchange Allister Goodnight Personals Issue Editor... .....Vernon McCasland Reporters for this veok Gladys Cain Max Stoker. Harry .Duke Truett Walton Vivian Morris "Wil- Ham Wimberly Solon Featherstono. NOTICE ADVERTISERS. Turn new copy( In hot later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 167 to "call for new copy. Students nnd Liberty Bends. As tho campaign for tho third Libor- ty Loan draws to a closo and tho loan rears a very successful termination many splendid examples of self-sacrifice and devotion t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 April 1918

WITH OUK fjiiendS. High Arch Oxford Walking Model In blnck and brown Kid and Russia Calf medium weight welt sole and smart military heel of walking height. A stunning style for young women. Price $6.50 Other oxfords $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 up to $8.60 i AUlfi'i fiwrlli F SitfUH ft" ampt EiKHimnmiBnaHii aiQ7in ! Military Training' Is Installed at Hott- ard l'ayne. After four years at quiet civilian l.'fo at'Howa-d Payno Collo?o military training is to bo rc-InBtallcd. The trustees of ti.e institution havo decided that under the existing conditions the training should bo resumed Tho rul- ing will bo enforced at tho beginning cf tho fall term. Patriotism at Clarendon College. Tho studonts at Clarondon College must bo a vory patriotic bunch. Al- most every Iront-pago article In "Tho Clarco" for April 13 was In some way concoriiod with war work. Tho Rico Owls won ovor tho Trin- ity Tlgors by a score of 8 to 1. PERSONALS MIbs Ivy '.'.bodes spent a fow days at hejr homo on Routo G lr.st wook. Mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 27 April 1918

Slrli iV MmitiitiQiiH'"Tiilmmyr wimfarWviiiQmfM&w'T'' ' ? w "m1 'HPF'Pnimw.'j ' '.inwMjW i' . M P-H !v vw Bw s7 A MINTER -nn ii n iin ti n j Lyric Theatre j j WHERE QUALITY REIGNS - - I MONDAY"SCANDAL" j s. I I Featuring i 1 Constance Talmagej i ! Select WEDNESDAY -Mme. PETR0VA ! IN ! "DAUGHTERS OF DESTINY" i This is PETROVA'S Best Picture - Don't Miss It ! Wednesday and Thursday j Hll IIH- MONTGOMERY Headquarters for tennis basket ball and athletic supplies.. Drink at our fountain. Good drinks. Good service. Our Groceries are EXCELLENT. You will always be satisfied at Chandler & Schultz THE QUALITY GROCERS FOUR PHONES 820 BURNAM SPEAKS FOB U. S. LIBERTY LOAN.1 fPnnMrmnrf frnm ntiira 1 day wo knowi and tho world knows that this Is a war of German aggros- &.on that It was brought on by well- laid plans which had been In prepara- tion "for years." Tho speaker then discussed tho legal i oasons why wo uro in tho war. Going back to tho cry "beginning ho showed that war wan de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 May 1918

5 fc Vol. II SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 4 1918 No. 29 STUDENTS INVEST umh IS GUESTOF POPES 2Th SimmtmsjBrmifl hi Simmons Delegation Goes In Body to Down Town Parade Whoro Schoolmen Speak For Loan After subscribing something over five thousand dollars to the third lib- euy loan at the chapel exercises last Friday morning tho students of Sim- moiiB took an active part in the parade -which took placo that aftornoon at four o'clock. Tho day was one set apart by Presidont Wilson as Patriotic. Doy for schools and colleges all over ttr United States. Tho Simmons del- egation left tho campus at 3 o'clock oil tho street cars which had been provided by those in authority. Prac- tl ally every student took part in the parade. Tho different groups which made up the Simmons Delegation fol- lowed the Boy Scout Band which led the parade. Tho students of other cj1 leges of the city and tho pupils of the public schools followed in order. After marching through tho principal streets of...

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

" )? Jftmtim&Bftmd $$ Tho Wwktjr ltoMttotton et Ma X" Couaga AMloao Toxaa. With a Qtttottrt LIUrary $lfeloant ?Ta Ootral." 0 lr....n.M Suhtftiptkm Brio tho T V'j 'i MwaY)ftr'-otke Txu Iatoraollegiate Shaft Seleottd From Stadoat Body oa Merit Baski. Offkw Talfek Floor' library Building WT f n - - White Shoes jjjij i. 1 r-S i?iayprcdror-r fc. Summer Wear made that tkay suBOorlbod several hundred dollars mere Saturdar night the Troup muchly decreased 'by grarleus misfortunes sangAriaispokajIbwa on the T. & P laws. . It W FOY w Editor-in-Chief Mary Co6prjiiirf x-LAsso. Editor Carroll Spangler Business Mgr. D. Q. Riddle - News Editor Mildred Foy : L :i -!- Special Ansa King s Exchange Alllster Goodnight Personals Issue Editor Vernon. McCasland Reporters for This Week! Truett Walton Wilbur Wimberly( Jona Mcwaoner Gladys Preut'tt Ossue Editor S Mack Stoker V. McCasland. NOTICE ADVERTISERS. Turn new copy In net later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 167 t. "call for new copy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 May 1918

It i t .iil '-.vii W ' .' 1 .. Hiiah Arch Oxford Walking Model In black and brown Kid and Russia Calf medium weight welt sole and smart military heel of walking "height A stunning 'style for young women; "Price $8.60 Qther oxfolrds $4.00 $4.50 $5.Q0 upto 1 :V--- $8.50 C0WB0XS HAVE HAKp LUCK Otf BALL THir (Continued from pake 1.) ;' Score by innings : Simmons ............ 000 OdO 1012 Tr C. U. ............. 011 41)1 20x 9 Summary Errors. ColJiSfl Tabor Hnle 2 Stovall 3; stolen bases Haden Halo D'unnaway; two-base hits Hale Payno; Btruck out by Moyer 6 by Vurman 8;' bases on balls oft Nor- man 2;. .hit by pltohorJ.McKoy by Nor- m&n. Umpire "MiUor. Time of game 1 hour and 60- minutes. MS Vi Camp6e(& w. . PERSONALS i Miss Mattlo Dlllbr has returned from a visit to her home hi. Xlbany. . Miss Vivian Morris was- reported .sick last week. ?' ' '.- . ' 't. The baseball team left Sunday 'fnlghtfor a week's trip. .'i Mr.Fred Cole'ha gono home on ac- ' (count of the death of his grandf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 4 May 1918

' - f rfwltaMaiteMlMMIkwU I ' R & R QUEEN TODAY Mutuaf Prsnts MARGARITE FISCHER In a "Jilted Janette" Attractively Priced i Nicely tailored skirts that bear thb' stamp of style and you 'ft li&o tli'em instantly. The materials aro Pique Linen- Union' Linen and Gabardine in both whito and fan- cy' Colors trimmed with -wide tiditay buttons and- fanoy Pook dtk. Very Special values- at from Voiy Pbpular This geasoir They are in striped and plain. Taf- fetas Baronet Satin Pailo' and' Poplin; cblors in Grey; Bbse "White Green Black dnd Blue. These skirts aro from oiio of our best' New York connection and aro correct in every detail ; prices We also1 show a splendid lino of staple1 skirtB in all colors; priced $3.50 to -. -JJ-.?14 50 Monday Paramount Presents Enid Bennett in 'Tho Keys of the Righteous' MINTER DRY GOODS CO "Abilene s Progressive Sfore."- Lyric Theatre WHERE QUALITY REIMS MONDAY SELECT PICTURE "HER SILENT SACRIFICE'' Featuring . AUOE BEADY Don't Miss this Select TUESD...

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

' 'wBPipWWWMIWWflWIWMMip iKiuwpi w ' 8 he Jftmmm& jRrm-d 'J f! Vol. II SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 11 1918 No. 30 I I I . I' i DUE BALL SERIES Norman and Harris In pitching Duel. Cowboys Are Stung Badly In Second Game. Scores 4.2 and 14-2. The SlmmonB fans wore treated to a rather freakish turn of baseball on last Wednesday and Thursday when the Cowboys and the Howard Payno Yellow Jackets shared the spoils of two games by the respective scores of i-2 and 14-2. The first game had some of tho close fringing of a Texas leaguer neither team making many errors and tho batteries fighting -'or tho ascend- ency with Norman's oon and Harris twisters. Tho CowboyB won the gamo in tho third inning whon havinp dis- covered that they wero unablo to hit Harris for any gains started a bunt ing program which netted them four runs through tho Inability of Harris to co-ordlnato his lanky framo with the slow ground balls Norman's con then cinched those rans by cutting down twelve men...

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

HjeStouwms Brand - -- -- --!- rr-r i i i .ii.il u. drift AMtoM Tmem. Wttk A QwHrUrtjr Utonxr fttpiMMat Th Gwral." ftbHtte Prith YMr....$l.S9 Mwahw eC Uw Texas Iatereollsgkte PrwJfc AaMUttoa. Matt lttt FroM Stutoat Body oh Offlee Third Fleer Library BuUdUg R.-.W.. FOY 1 Bdttor-la-Cfalef Mary Cooper .-Aaee Bdltor Carroll Span&ler Business Mgr. D. Q. Riddle News Editor Mlldred Foy - Special Abm King. - Exchange Allleter Goodalght - Persoaala lesae Bdltor Vernon McCasland Reverters for This Week: Truett Waltoa "Wilbur Wlmberly Jeha McWhorter Mack. Stoker Giadys Preultt. Oeeue Edlter 3 V. McCasland. . NOTICE ADVERTISERS. Turn new' copy In net later than Tueeday te Reporter office or phone 1S7 te ''call for new copy.' By "Hitch your vragon to a star" was 'not meant that one should expect too much of anything whether it be a friead classmate or the college base ball team. Consider. Studeat coaaoll Elections are only a short time away consequently It be- hooves every intentional student...

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

81MMESINGS OF SDC Need A Crown? Dr. Toly in chapel: God bless Sim mons and make her a great school but make Howard Payne a little greatejr. New Waists and Skirts :t !(!' We have 'em for Kings St raw Hats They are ready hero in. tho newest styles that welt-hatted men are wearing Split straws Sennits Panamas and Leg- horns. Don't wear that heavy uncomfortable hat now when you can 'got a light cool straw of tho most exclusive style at $2.50 $3.00 $4.00 up to $7.60. The most cultured o us have natural tendencies that lead us to an endur- ation if not a love for the wild free cowbby and the form clad in soldier duds even if it is imitation. To be convinced of the truth of this state ment one has only to recall the two tough looking hatchet armed canteen equipped individuals that wero pecull- amouBly prcambulatlng over the spring olad face of motherearth last Sunday with one of the faculty. PERSONALS RoVi Nicholas spoko in chapol Thurs- day morning. "Mr. Paul Watanahai Ereckonrldgo Sunday...

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

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

:. ..J. -. .'-"'" ' -' ;':'. ii' .. i.! ......... :..- vj -'. : ifPil-' SSL-' '' '" -"w 'v)(wnvif. ' - . "y. T''! 'WiHVii;'-' . Vol. II SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 18 1918 No. 31 3fh? ftmmonsBrmifi J !.". I i SINNERS HUMBLED BY PREACHERS IN CONTEST FOR BENEFIT OF R. C. CITY DADS AND SIMMONS FltEACII- ER3 TANGLE UP IX EXCITING BASKET .BAIL GAMES AT THE GYM. As tho. world turned over Thursday night it found the ago old battle being waged between the SlnnerB and the Preachers while tho beasts of the field .--tho Wildcats and Tigers fought ferociously during tho lulls of the aforementioned engagement. When .down again broke upon tho horizon It found tho Preachers singing Te. Dcums over the prostrate Sinners to tho tune of 25-14; tho Red Cross and Simmons Round Tablo Societies jingling $70.00 of proceeds In their pockets and the heavens giving forth their rejoicing with such a flood of rain as this sec tion of West Texas has not gulped down in several years. This time the ...

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

t jr-- 'WH f wr- -f "WyMlfWUfl F-ip" JFflfMH flUflflfT H 'Vf W1 " $Irte5fimraon5JBntnd J Tlie Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Texas. With a Quarterly Literary Supplement "The Corral." Subscription Price the Year.. .$1.60 Member .of tho Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Staff Selected From Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building IL W. FOY Editor-in-Chief Mary Cooper -Asso. Editor Carroll Spangler .... Business Mgr. D. Q Riddle News Editor Mildred Foy . Special Anna King Exchange AUIster Goodnight Personals Ibsuo Editor Vernon McCasland Itcportrs for This Week: Truett Walton John C. McWhortor AUIster Goodnight and J. D. Sandefer Jr. NOTICE ADVERTISERS. Turn new copy In net later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 167 to "call for new copy'' Victorious Season Tho record mad6 by tho Cowboys on the Howard Payne Diamond last week is now another historical re- cord of tho fact that Simmons always fights harder towards the closo of tho bat...

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