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

rtF- T P. Men and Young Men's Furnishings . Extra Quality at the J. C. Penney Co.'s Prices COMMENCEMENT! Time for 1 111 New Clothes Just the tithe when young College men look to their wardrobes when they tire of the old suit with' months of wear; when the insistent call for new apparel for the important occasion of commencement and graduation comes. Then turn to this store if new styles in Kirschbaum clothes at such moderate prices ftt $15 $20 and $25 TbaSulo-fclocht. AUUmm't trUA i- .--... ittfpnt rm amooei PERSONALS Miss Dot Carson and Wilbur Wlm- berly visited Anson last Sunday. Carroll Spanglor's father visited him this week. Miss Doris Daniel's mother visited her in Abilene. Mr. Edmund Carey has joined the naval reserve. Mr. Euin Patterson visited folks at Rising Star Sunday. homo Mr. Ed Bond formerly of Simmons but now of the U. S. N. visited on the campus this week. Mr. Dudley Foy a former student of Simmons has joined the Eastland County Cavalry. Miss Geneva Brown is leaving...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 18 May 1918

ftf&tty White Dresses for Graduation R & R QUEEN Monday and Tuesday Possibly just the dress you will want to .wear gradua- tion day is here among these new arrivals. Many pret- ty new models are here from which to select a beauti- ful becoming style for this event. f Come in mul sec the pretty embroid- ered net dresses combined with benti- tiful sheer organdy; selling at $25 Voil dresses trimmed in filet lace with a deep Satin Girdle priced at $15 Tucked net dresses trimmed in lace and wide satin girdles especially pretty selling at $28 50 Crepe Meteor Dresses hand em- broidered trimmed in fancy crochet buttons very stylish $18 75 MINTER DRY GOODS CO. "Abilene's Progressive Store." THE LYRIC Where Quality Reigns Saturday May 18 "Light in Darkness" Featuring Shirley Mason. Also a two reel Max Linden "comedy "Max Comes Across. Weekly Program May 20th. Monday "Little Zoe" a Blue Bird Feat- ure. "Danger Within." Tuesday Fox feature Tom . Mix "Six Shooter AndJ.a romantic play of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 May 1918

iiyuu nmyi ii.. iii Jin i. n mpmwi 'iwwpwiii'MuiiBipiiiwtjjifwwp;i'iiiiwi Qi f irnmons Brand C ' ' ' ' i Vol. II Simmons college abilene texas Saturday may 25 1918 No. 32 STUDENTOFFIGERSARE ELECTED FOR 191819 'Jno. C. McWhorter President of Stud- ents Council and Editor-in-Chief of Brand Al Goodnight Bus- iness Manager In tho meeting of the Students Council on Friday morning which was tho last session that It will hold this year the officers who shall be foremost In tho direction of student ac- tivities for the following year were elected. Because of tho fact that the ranks of those who have hitherto been tho leaders of the various stud ent organizations have been so thin- ned by tho nation's calls. It was neccs- sary to choose a new corps of officers altogether. Becauso of this interest was running high over the elections and no one felt certain as to whom the honors would fall. Before opening the meeting to nom- inations for the various positions Mr. Foy tho retiring President of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 May 1918

Wje SimmonsBrcmfl The Weekly Publication of Simmons ' College Abilene Texas. With a Quarterly Literary Supplement "Tho Corral." ' Subscription Prlco tho Yoar....$1.50 Member of tho Texas Intorcollogiato Press Association. Staff Selected From Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building R. W. FOY Edltor-in-Chlof Mary Cooper.. Asso. Editor Carroll Spangler ; Business Mgr. D. Q. Riddlo News Editor Mildred Foy Special Ahna King Exchange Allister Goodnight Personals Issuo Editor Vernon McCasland Reporters for this week: Gladys Caln John C. McWhorter Truett Walton AJLster Goodnight Mack Stoker Mildred Foy Anna King D. Q Riddle. NOTICE ADVERTISERS. Turn new copy in net later than Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 167 to "call for new copy'' IXTO A GREATER SERVICE. In losing Raymond Foy Simmons loses one-of her most able men and a leader in student activities. Ho has over considered the good of his college above any other thing always urging "Put your collcgo before yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 May 1918

""-"" imT WWH'1IV' WWjUjBjIW'' ' ""TTJWTHJfi-tT t . vdippni fTO ' 'Wk" ' T- "i. W).. .tf 1 5t) New Suits for Young Meyfif Priced $24.50 Special They're just in-the third shipment received this season of these smart Langham-IIigh Clothes that so many' -5 .;: vviv T young men among Abilene 's best dressers are wearing; Such is the style and quality of these suits that they would readily. . sell for much more. Our Special price $24.50. ' &' H 53 i AUlni't Frtl 4 WV rlt4 j anwoei Council; treasurer of Press Club; nvlco a delegate to the T. I. -P. A. .'Mildred will teach English In East land. High School next year. Solon It. Fcathorston. Solon It. Is ono of Simmons' most loyal sons. Ho was an enthusiastic supporter of all student activities. Ho was particularly actlvo in his society tha Cllosaphic from which ho wins the highoBt honor that is possibles for one of Its mombors -that of Clioandrlan. Solon has already volunteered and Is now in training at Camp Bowie. Ho will likely bo in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 May 1918

w 5!v .-.:tv'...i ESIMMONSIADS -J- Dresses for Graduation. Pretty Wlicn your Friends como to .Commencement bring t" . V' : ' them to r? Wlto- v. ? ENTER TRAINING GAM iL : !tt- V- ' Possibly-ust the dress you will Avant to wear gradua- tion day is Were among these new arrivals Many prel- im '& tv new mdels are here from which to select a beaiiti-'.- ful becoming style for this event. Come in and sco the pretty emhroid. ered not dresses combined with beau- tiful shefar organdy ; selling at $25. Voil dresses trimmed in filet lace with a deep Satin Girdle priced at '- $15 Tucked net dresses trimmed in lace and wide satin girdles especially pretty selling at ?28 50 Crepe Meteor Dresses hand em- broidered trimmed in fancy crochet buttons; very stylish $18 75 MINTER DRY GOODS CO. "Abilene's Progressive Store." THE LYRIC Where Quality Reigns U ' ! ... SATUBDAY MAY 25. CHARLIE OHAPLIN in A DOG'S LIFE His new Million Dollar Feature. A THOS. A. EDISON Feature Featuring PEGGY ADAMS in V Tih...

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

TWfKCTSBP: I I &fc. a' v immdnsBrnnfl ) n Vol. Ill SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEAS FRIDAY- SEPTEMBER 27 1918 No 1 SIMMONS TRAINS MEN FOR UNCLE SAM fao . I NPJ tHMnmHtllMlltHttHiniHIMIMmMtHHIHIIHniHHinillMlHlllMMttlMmillllrllHMMMHHIMtllllllmnllMltmiflHllliniHlllllltmllmMHniH tlHHHnillltMIMIIHltntinfltlMIHinnilHHniltMllltHMtltllltM(inillliniHHMIItHlltlnftfmtllHI t l ..: . JWBBuj t ' u. isjfai y. jvnmBmnmrsE'Rf: t .ft . n . . . . '- ' ' r F ' r- I - IA h t a i Y D TWENTY-SEVENTH Mayor of Abilene "Welcomes Now Stn. dents Pros. Snndcfcr Explnlns Government's Plans For S. A. T. (V Enrollment 450. Sept. 18 1918. marked tho opening of tho twenty-seventh annual session of Simmons College Tho schooT audi- torium was completely filled with vis- itors friends and students. America was sung led by Prof An- dorsun head of tho music department aftor which Dr. Millard A. Jenkons pastdr o the First Baptist Church made tho invocation. Dr .T C. Bur- kott pastor of tho College Heights Baptist church r...

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

PMi V fci a JtJf ni ! a- - ' S-' i . ... - - - n Y Almy and S. A. T. C. Boys 'j K I "Will find our store Leaaquartcrs for KHAKI UNIFORMS . DRESS UNIFORMS ARMY SHOES ARMY HATS REG- if " ' A' . mh. .&' --. "l!?.TTrATTrM ATTTR.TS t.T?.OOTKrOH lTRrrS TTTCS "RTn . .'tKtt.5r'." r-' i .- -. ' .' M ... v. y Special .i'' !C.' .YWi ! . -' Khalci Uniform and extra breeches shoes hats Hwoshirts;4' leggings holt and tie all for $30.15 1 V' ' JmWmHm ir In Bradlcys you find Graceful Lines Fineness of material and Perfection of Finish distinctly knitted into each garment. There is a BRADLEY exactly suited to all outdoor activities ! LUXURIOUS in Comfort unequalled for long lived dependable service. Bradley shakers are the real leaders. In plain colors and with contrasting trims tlicy are popular with both Boys and Girls I Prices and Styles to suit every taste and purchase I BRADLEY Sweaters 4. MINGUS-PRICE COMPANY V: (MEN'S QUALITY OUTFITTERS) S tfljeSflmmonsBrnna i it i .in "inin 1 ' - ' The W...

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

v a h iK V5. W r? WV bA :i f - 1 ATTENTION! Men in the Service - -jArmy uniforms frtim hats to shoes are i5iow on sale at this stores-complete outfits ;f ready to put on and wear away. Regulation Army Suits ;.."... $20.00 Pegulation Army Hats $4.00 Regulation Army Shoes $6.50 Regulation Army Duck Leggins $1.50 Regulation Army Shirts wool $6.50 $5.00 arid $3.50 AilUm; fmnrtf y J :!' '"M:.v ' PERSONALS Fay Glommor is again la Simmons. . MIbbob Thomas and Alrhart aro now residents In Mary-FrancoB. Lcta and Juanita Dunn aro back in Simmons . Alma! Parmolly who was In Simmons in '16-'17 is again with us. ' Misses Noll and Lucy Tracy aro back with us this year. Miss Verio Jones arrived Sunday af- ter bolng gono for three weeks. Misses Halllo Hoghland and Doxta King aro back in school. MIsaiLila Cox is In Simmons again tuisii staying out in town. - $ y ' v ' !- " Fprreat Brown lias returned from a business.' trip ..to '.Hamlin. . James Horley Is ono of tho now men In Cowden Hall. Miss Viol...

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

ii iM rnt- U TO SIMMONS STUDENTS AND FACULTY We Announce Our Readiness To Serve You With Complete Stocks in Men's and Young Men's High Grade Wearables Larger and Varied Stocks of Stylish Ready-to Wear Garments for Ladies and Misses You'll find a welcome at this store you'll find the merchandise you want you'll find prices that you can pay you'll find appreciative service. Our large and varied stocks enable you to make Satisfactory Selections. Visit this store when you are in the city whether you have shopping to do or not inter Dry Goods Company "Abilene's Progressive Store" M V. 9S " JfOTAMTPLE How well America has "found" Itself in war. has been evidenced over and overttgaln. The selective draft the Liberty loans the steady application of tho vast powors of tho government willingly and unhesitatingly conferred on It by tho people tho' successful meeting of tho tremendous problems of transporting and maintaining an army of millions overseas; tho uncom- plaining acceptance by an eas...

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

i jei L IV Vol. Ill SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 11 1918 No. 2 - i h h A T. J V OCT 1 PATRIOTIC Oft! FOR SIMMONS S ft T G. Flat? Is Raised Oath of Allowance TaKcit Adjutant Heads General J Orders Of Day President Snn- i defer and Others Speak. f I Oct. 1 101S was Patriotic day nil over As wob announced Tuesday niornlnu America for Colleges and Universities ' n drlvo was made In chapel Wednos- containing n unit of the Student Armv day morning to secure subscriptions to Training Corps. That day as was an-j the Brand. Over a hundred and scv- nouncod In last week's Brand was eel- onty-flvo subscriptions wore Bocurod ebfated In Simmons by a program tho at tho chapel hour alone and Mr. Mc- contcnts of which were suggested by Laughlln tho business manager states tho War Department . j that ho bollevos the number will run Promptly nt 11 o'clock the Simmons to three hundred beforo the end of the command was marched over from the ; week. Many names were handed In to Barracks a...

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

You Academy. and S. A; T. C. Boys WiH find our store headquarters for KHAKI UNIFORMS DRESS UNIFORMS ARMY SHOES ARMY HATS REG- ULATION SHIRTS LEGGINGS BELTS TIES ETC. - JW -A- Special f v ' ''.fcilllM "..1 Khaki Uniform and extra breeches' shoes hats two shirts leggings belt and tie all for $30.15 ! BRADLEY Sweaters V v-. "Sfljp jnmmons jBmnil Tho Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene -Texas. .. . . Entered ad Second Class Mail Matter at the Postoffice Abilene Texas. Subscription Price per Year ?2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association.. Staff Selected From Student Body on Merit Basis Office: Third Floor Library Building. Jno. C. McWhorter Edltor-ln-Chlef Mary Cooper. .Associate Editor J. H McLaughlin Business Mgr. Mack Stoker Asst. Business Mgr. Reporters for ThisJYeek. Maktekrr.-DBuJ'oytintsR. CiarcrfK?1 a a"r. " Kltaabeth M. M ?SfffCBr.ti Llterary as pri( MMtMV1 T- 1 "7 ' Many stude4'weave' entered the & A. T. O. bdBcve that the military work "which t...

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

t I Tj - xr-y u ' 21" 1 ;' if ' ' tc. -4? i STEIN - BLOCH s rim 1 ' '.: " Ban I ."'. Tb 6t.ln.nVth Co. till v 'V PERSONALS -Mlss Bonnie Hitson from Mineral AVolls will rcsido in Mary-Francos. . Miss Loulso Warren spent tho week end at-Morkol with home folks. This copy of tho Brand Is an Invi- tation to you old students to send in you subscription. . IrB. Carey of Caddo visiting her V . iiaughter Viola w Frances. Mn Mary W Miss Katlo Fay avho ''was in Sim- mons in MG-'17 was a visitor on the campus Saturday. Kick in with one or more subscript- Ions. You'll never miss tho Twp Dol- lars. Misses Viola Carey Fay Clommer Iurl Locklmrt and Dana Foy woro on tho sick list in Mary Frances Hall this week. The Brand will keep you up to date on . everything that happens In Sim- inons.i Tho business manager Is ready to write out o receipt for thftt two dollars 'you are going' to send him for a sub- scription to tho Brand. ' Cnpt. and Mrs. Roy Bradley former graduates of this Institution woro on t...

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

IwjX Geo' L Paxton -' Pre'derU 3ri T J. O. Shelton Vice-President wWi iwfi Joe F. Garrlton Cashier jmf MONTGOMERY DRUG COMPANY Headquarters for tennis basket ball and athletic supplies.. Drink at our Fountain. Good drinks. Good service. Framing Imported China and Art Supplies the paint and paper house John B. Neill TJIB-MTEBABl' "S. Tho awarding of tlio Literary "S" which was initiated iri Simmons year before last will occupy its placo at Commencement this year. Tho Stud- ent's Council has authority to appoint a comnllttco each year to which the names of candidates for this honor are to bo' handed. Tho President of tho Student's Council states that it is pro- bablo that this Literary "S' will' bo awarded at tlio end of eachschool term bocauso of tho fact that several of tho men ontitled to this honor will bo call- ed into nctivo military service at .tho end of each threo months. By giving Iheso letters at tho end of tho (orm some men would bo enabled to secure theirs who would other...

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

!" 'W";"" ramons Brand ft 1 ti Vol. Ill SIMMONS COLLEGE? ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 18 1918 No. 3 mm HvS J ft i i. I ' S" V f "tf hr-Tt 1- f h' V r? i FOUR LIEUTS. DETAILED 115 IN 5. 1 T. C. Besides Comniniiilitiit mid Adjutant Tho 1st and Two 2nd llcuts. Sent to Simmons Officers Highly Trained In 3Iilltnry Tactics. Two first lieutenants and two socond lieutenants havo boon assigned as in- structors in tho SImmonB S. A. T. C. All four of theso men aro officers of thorough military training and accord- ing to officials hero havo already proved themselves mo'st efflciont as S. A. T C. instructors. Thoy havo also won tho confldonco and respect of tho cadets; for as ono cadet officer said to a roportor of this papor: "In our Judgment thoy can't bo beat." Lieut' R. G. Lano is tho oldest army man In tho quartotto having been in tho U. S. service nearly five years. Ho was formorly of Stamford Toxas at- tended Loland Stanford U nnd.rondor- ed sorvlco .on the border whero he had many inter...

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

$lTi)?$immonsBr?md The Weekly Publication of SImmonB College Abilene Texas. Wi.at Shall M'o Do About It? What shall vo do about It? Two years ago. a fow students with. a col- lego Bpirlt and a gonulno interest in tho wolfaro of the college conceived tho idea of founding a collcgo weekly in Simmons. Tho difficulties of such a Entered as Second Class Mail Matter project woro manifest from tho start;' at the Posto.'fice Abilene Toxas. yct tho vision of tho faithful ones could not bo dimmed and nB a result wo hnvo a paper at prcsont which takes its place on tho exchango lists of all tho colleges in tho Bouthwcst. Tho success this paper attained was beyond our expectations. LaBt year conditions made it difficult to main- tain tho Brand but by hard work and tho support of tho student body this was accomplished. Tho conditions that P mado It hard to keep tho paco of tho Office: Third Floor Library Building. proylouB year have increased this Jno. C. McWhortor....Edltor-ln-ChIof year. And if...

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

.j -s-wjuw --iyw? t TICKLES. $ 4 -1 Bk tf r This Graceful Boot commends itself to the judicious pur- chaser as equally good for dress or gen- eral utility. It is par- ticularly in the new shades of gray brown and taupe; al- so black. $8.50 to $13.50. PERSONALS Miss Ruth Vaughan spent tho week at her homo in Hanger. Miss Ruth Terry visited her parents in Ranger last week. Miss Mary Baton was visited last Thursday by her mother and slston Miss Julia Martin is spending this weok at homo on account of illness. Miss Laura Crossland is at homo in Mineral Wells thiB week. Mrs Johnson ot Spur is visiting hor son Scott Johnson. Miss Mabel Walker has returned to tho Collcgo after a visit to hor homo in Rangor Miss 'AnnieXaura Cooper vr&B called homo on account of her .mother's 111- TTCHS-- Miss t Doris Daniel is expecting hor mother Mrs. E. Q. Daniel of Sweetwat- er as a week end guest. Second Lieut. Charles Ennls of Den- ver Colorado an instructor in tho S. A. T. C. arrived hero last Sun...

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

For the Men of To-day Vigorous clean but now styles in clothes and Men's suits' $15.00 $18.50 $20.00 $22.00 to $32.60 furnishings' for Autumn wear that express tho II. $. and M. Suits for men and young men $32.50 aggressivb and vigorous spirit of the times mod to . $45.00 ols for real men who won't tolerate femihino All new shapes in Stetson Hats $5.00 to . . $6.50 "fixings" or "fancincss; in their apparel. t Munsiug union suits $2.00 to . t $3.50 Prices are a bij; higher than you'vo paid in Heavy cotton union suits $1.50 to ........ $2.00 past seasons BUT tho buying power wo have Packard and Edwin Glapp shoes $5.00 to . . $12.50 gained through other departments in tho store -'-Sweaters shirts neckwear gloves hosiery etc. has given us certain advantages that you'll find Busy men can find just tho quality and kind of revealed in our prices I furnishing they want in our men's department There's a big new fall stock in tho "Men's priced on an economical basis no trouble to show Storo" ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 October 1918

ggZek ffc- 5 Sttot I. I Has Vol. ni SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 1918 No. 4 Mk mm 9 imtmmsBrmii r r i I ? i. IV " A. SIMMONS TO SEND MEN TO OFFICERS TRAINING GUMPS Commanding Officer Receives Orders to Recommend a Number of Men for Machine Gun Field Arlll- lcry and Infantry Train Ing Schools. Tho Commandant at Simmons has received a communication from tho authorities asking him to recommend a number of men for Officers Training Camps. Thoso men aro to go to Ma- chine Gun Fiold Artillery and Infan- try Training Schools. Tho men who aro recommended and who profor Ma- chino dun -work will' probably bo sont to Camp Hancock Ga. Thoso who profor tho Fiold Artillery will bo sent to Camp Zachary Taylor Ky. It Is un- certain whero tho men who select the Infantry branch will' bo sont but they will probably go to Camp Pike Ark. All men in the Simmons S. A. T. C. Unit woro given an opportunity to hand in their names for this call but only fourteen men wero .recommended. Presi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 25 October 1918

- EDUCATE FOR BUSINESS NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE . m Th Fastest Growing School la Texas To tlfan IngiMtdi in a ft:nM cours we only ask that -you thoroughly investigate our school from a taaaaltt .tff.tAorouglmaaY and flawtoial abllity."You are given Individual lnstruot'oa in each' depart-' tH)1pHMluMivano M rapidly as your ability -will permit you have an individual desk. ' You are HKHiN ''AlaflPNfc and gtiaraateed a poettlofi on completion. You are further Invited to call and see for aijprmlt the elJ of work our students are doing. ' '. -f ' DIstRICT SCHOOLS r For Worth1 Wichita Falls. Dublin Brownwood Abilene. - --ADVISORY BOARD -"V W. Monlag. President Moning Dry Goods Co. John P. K'ng president King Candy Co. 0. S. LatUkere State Senator. Frank Koll Eanker Capitalist and Financier. W. L Sallwood( president Texas State Bank S. J. Brlent General Secretary Y. M 0. A For further information write us box 464 Ab'.leno or call at our offico at 3rd and Pine Streets in Radford Building. ...

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