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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 November 1919

mmr -jr fr immonsBratifl CS str I i I v vol mi Simmons Whitewashes Cowboys Victorious in Fastest Game of Season ELEVEN SHOWS FINE JHITINGAMEW1TH DENTON NORMAL HERE Team Prepared for Xormnlltcs Famous Minnesota Shift; Oanio Clean Thorughbut with Few Fcnnltics. The Simmons Cowboys defeated tho North Toxas Stato Normal by tho score of 23 to 0 on tho local gridiron laBt Saturday afternoon Novembor 1. Tell- ing end runs by Tabor and Thomas line plunges by Cranflll and Payne and successful forward passes Cranflll to Payno with Payne's accurate field goal from the 12 yard lino accounted for Simmons' 23 points. After Payne's goal touchdowns wero made in suc- cessive quarters by Cranflll on a lino plunge; by Thomas on an end run and by Payne on a line plunge. Each of these touchdowns except the first was followed by a goal by Payne. Primed to meet tho famous Minne- sota Shift used by the undefeated Teachers Coach Eastorday's men pre- vented tho visitors from scoring. Only once during tho gam...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 November 1919

"pppwwifTTr IWJWpwf pfWC "- ' "T VP. r.vj-f ''' - ""JWTT -" ?!ff"f"""ffrn-Wrr "" "-rTp-r V t.?w-v-fs tt . -vr--t n !"" .- '-r f"fj i "" t- "-"$ f-ri STARTS WEDNESDY 1IKTTKII 1JUS SERVICE. Ablleho Is to have a better and moro extensive bus serVlco at an early date. iwo mrgo White Busses with a seat- lug capacity of twenty six persons 'each aro expected here at any ttmo telng ovor duo now. Whon these bus The ueekof November 2-8 has been hub arrive they will bo put Into sor- set aside as national recruit week for vice as "Specials" on Hickory Streot the lied Cross and It Is hoped that i'rom Simmons to town. Tho present tvery member of tho Student Body 'Specials' will be used to further ox- and Faculty of Simmons Collego will tend and improvo tho bus service In the pay tho- Initiation fee of $1 and be- resident part of the city come a member of tho Red Cross for "Wo expect to bo ablo to give you the ensuing year before tho week on efficient sufficient and up-to-date has passed.. J bus s...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 November 1919

TffTx-y pajrv JPT 'J d ni ry Cowboys Squad Holds Itnnquot. Lnst Thursday ovonlng at 7:30 tho Cowboy foot ball squad onjoyod a banquot at Johnson's Cafo glvon by Mr. C V. Sellers. Tho banquot wa3 given us a result of tho victory ovor Denton last Saturday and their pre- vious good work this season. As somo of the men expressed thom- selvce it was "Somo feed ' Tho menu consisted of the following courses: Oyster Soup Colery Olives Lottuco Hot Rolls Chicken with dressing Potatoes French Fried Pino applo and Cake Coffee Tea Along with the "Chow" overy ono enjoyed the dinner btorles of Thomas and Potter. Thoy wore ready with a joke for every occasion The Cowboys feel especially frate- fnl to Mr. Sellors for the evening as It shows that he Is behind them. This Is not the first time ho has cntortaln- cd the Simmons tenin as he has been a strong supporter of the Cowboys heretofore. The following men onjoyod tho ban. ciuct: Thomas Payne Tabor Bradley Urban Rhodes Cowdon Clayton Howorton HIttso...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 November 1919

'mi'r3li1'Wa'V JHW' ' t ' "'"a-rt- $frt)f SimraonsBrand SCHEDULE FOR BRONCO PICTURE8. The Weekly Publication of SlmmonB College Abllono Texas. i Entered as Second' Class Mail Matter at tho Posto.fico Abllone Texas. Subscription Prlco por Year $2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Staff Selected From Student Body on Merit Basis - Office First Floor New Building Doris Daniel Edltor.ln-ChVef Mack Stoker Business Manager STAFF. Mattle Conaway. Exchanges Truett Walton -. v. Specials C. E. Nlcodemu8. General Hallle B. Hoghland Fine Arts Kelly Polk News REPORTERS. Richard A Hittson Jonna Mae Joy Wm. Wood Harry Hunter J. H. Gar- rett John C. McWhortor Sam Malono Katie Lee Qracoy. LOUD TOWN BUNCH. The- L. Ti B.'s arc here tho sarao as they were in the good old days and are making Just as much racket as over. The old members have taken up the organization elected officers and initiated new members. The L. T. B. organization was started In the Winter sossion of 1917-18 w...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 November 1919

OfSO GOOD Something to eat what's not sweet. HOT Tea Coffco Chocolate. Ham Sandwich Chccso and Ohickcn Sandwiches the BEST what is. You can get good lunch at Renfro- "Vcn" Heck "Rabbi ikes'' Arlcdgc Blckford Drug CO. and "Groomed Up Chicken Redwing" I Williams took their recreation In Ruth Jay was a guest of Mrs. Mlko hunting pecans this week. Cooke In Baird Sunday. At the close of the Fish-Sophomoro basketball game Titus Cole was heard to express himself as "off his hunches for life." Erma Darrler was a guest of Miss Vernon Brown Sunday. Mrs. O. K. Ashburn and her daughter of Abilene were guosts of Misses Lil- lian and Mary Ashburn Monday. iililllllllliiililimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiliiliiimililiiiliiiiiililliliiiiiilliiiiiiilillliiiiiiiiiiimi Smart New Sweaters Ira Harrison loft Wednesday night for tho Philo-Phila Confederation which was hold at Baylor University. Waltor Potter received a sprained ankle on th efottball field and haB boon confined to his crutches the past week. Cowden H...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 7 November 1919

"THE LITERARY 8." Special Midwinter Display of Ladies Hats This week y6u are invited to sec the opening display of the new Mid-Winter Ilats. The new season presents MANY NEW AND BECOMING SHAPES in all kinds of pile fabrics and fur. Also beautiful metallic . Cloth. Gold laco Ilats for evening and dress wear. Come in and see the beautiful GAGE MODELS AND VOGUE PATTERNS We also direct your special attention to a new shipment of Ladies and Misses Dressy Boots. iWA o. L. Paxton Protldont fPWt BrPW J- 8helton Vloe-Pretldent V3k7 WM. Joe F. Garrison Cashier AMmf YflBX E- Chandler Aaat-Caihler AHJ7 llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll BROWN'S IN TOWN 110 Pine Street Brown's out of town this week getting experienced help to E keep you fed. S Wo intend to give you what you want when you want it and the way you want it. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililiiiiiliiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 TEA COF...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 November 1919

ryi"" ' mimwtmffyiwiWMmHWilWi'Wm1111 immnnsfirnnd Vol 111 L SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING NOV. 14 1919 No. 7 i trvr TP "-' i17 7 4 " fW t " t p" y fp SThS m K if COWBOYS TAKE ANOTHER GUI TEAM TO Easy Game For Team Although Field Was Muddy and Under Water In Some Places. Tho Simmons Collogo football cloven defeated tho Meridian Collego cloven in a football gamo last Saturday on the Meridian gridiron by tho ono-Bided score of 38 to 0. Tho gamo was clean throughout with only a few penalties.. Tho cowboys were ponallzed 30 yards for holding while tho Meridian eleven lost 10 yardB for being offside. Tho field waB deep in black mud as a result of a threb-lnch rain beforo tho game. This waB a handicap to both teams especially to tho Simmons' fast back-field men. They could not Btart as fast as usual and could do very little broken fiold running without their feet slipping from under them. This fact caused tho gamo to be very slow and also prevented Simmons from scoring at le...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 November 1919

"mr-" FACULTY GO PICAN HUNTING. jMiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiftiiiiiitiiiitiiiittliitiiiiiniti.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitttiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiTnii. EXCHANGES L8t .Monday week the faculty of the Colege went for a pecan hunt on Elm Creek. Taking tholr lunch the?' started" Ih. cars about 2:30 o'clock for "The Megaphone." Baylor defeated southwestern by the Bcoro of 20 to 0 in tho game played 9 Embossed Stationery PENNANTS PILLOW TOPS TENNIS RACKETS -A the creek which Is a mllo and a half . . . . . . . nAn .. ' i . i. A special train carried about 300 from the college On arriving there . . . they left their cars a little distance Wnco for th0 Bamo agan8t fro mthe creek tor avoid "sticking in J o; annUftl (ThJ the mud." A drift log was the means now undor of conveyance across to the other side ( n Qla8sCock Mol taUoMd whore tho pecan picking was to tako . .. . . . . .. .... at Kelly Field spoke to tho young mon place. Immediately tho taller on...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 November 1919

:X mimtm0lmmimmii hi j lNO PEACE isl WORTH WHILE that is not built upon a sure foundation and the only foundation for an abiding and u& peace is the Principles of Christ Jesus as set forcn in His Gospel. Many parts of the world are yet without this Gospel how-. ever and it is the purpose 01 the BAPTIST 75 MILLION CAMPAIGN to pave the way for the establishment of an abiding peace an adequate justice a full truth and a personal and political righteousness throughout the world by extending the gospel and the benefits which it confers to such parts of war-torn Europe and other countries as haven't these blessings already. This gospel of preaching will be accom- panied also by the gospel of healing training and general benevolence. Such a program should appeal to the good judgment and spiritual impulses of every Baptist and many others who love God and mankind. The final drive for funds will be made during VICTORY WEEK NOVEMBER 3fo BECEMBE1 ' V But men and women boys and girls should...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 November 1919

i II - fljf SiraraonsBrnnd g. The Weekly Publication of SimmonB College Abilene Texas. Entered as Second Glass Mail Matter at the Postolflce Abilene Texas. Subscription Price por Year 2. 00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Staff Selected From Student Body on Merit Basis Office First Floor New Building Doris toanlel -Edltor-In-Chlef MacK Stoker Business Manager STAFF. Mattle Conaway Exchanges Truett Walton .. Specials C. E. Nlcodemus Qfcneral Halllo B. Hoghland Flno Arts Kelly Polk '. News KEPORTEIIS FOB THIS WEEK. Mattlo Conaway Jack Mritchett Carrie Lynn Bntes Ira Harrison Kel ly Polk Fred Cole Nlta Robinson Hyman Harrison; Alma Parmolly Chester E. Nlcodemus Dick Wood Jennie Mao Jay Katie Leo Gracoy. and Floy' Hawkins. OLD GIRLS INITIATE FISH. Recently a -well just a meeting was called. The correct dcscriptlvo adjective which should Droceed the meoting is lacking. For it was in- dcod indeterminate as to whether the proceedings woro of courtly comical nr truthf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 November 1919

(Twys - TW Wt''l''wy'fwiiyiiTf'y'pi'iJwp'wwi-tii!''i'iJ''i'iipyi'1 'wyr;iftwwww''''V'H"''' ."if wfnyftyw " ij'fiiwwwwf W i till iT-.-f 1' !I i OHLSOGOOl 1 Something to eat what's not sweet. HOT Tea-. Coffco Chocolate. Ham Sandwich. Ohccso and Chicken r Sandwiches the BEST what is. Truott Walton spent the first of tho I think sho has such a boauIful week in Mansfield. complexion. Yes and sho gets all of her toilet articlos at Renfro-Bickford Several o ftho boys made a trip to Drug Co. the Morkol skating rink this woek. I m t -it ii t i ii i- ' Soverai noW studontB havo moved Toly Hall Jazz Band will render a . . . i i .nA l""0 Tly Ha'l from out in town bo- program Saturday evening 12 30 p. m. ' . . . " ' 7 .. . . . ' .- f. cause o ftho conveniences that It af- tp tho girls of Mary Frances Hall. i . Miss Julia Foster represented tho Y.W. A. of Simmons at tho Convention1 m1b8cs Marguorltto Turbot Vera in Waco last week. .uusiavus anu xneima nuiman visueu tneir homos at Tnurbor last wee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 14 November 1919

TO THE SIMMONS BRAND. Fashionable Gowns of True Elegance Vv ' Reasonably priced assortments that you'll rccognizo as Jsuperior whether you arc looking for Street Afternoon i or Evening Dress. The large stock of roally handsomo Dresses will enable us to please you. Now styles care- fully selected are arriving daily many bought much below value and marked to sell proportionately cheap. New Velvet Dresses Tricolcttcs Satins Paulottes Geor- gette' etc. selling $37.50 to $98.50 4 Evoning Dresses of Satin and Georgette with silver and gold trimming very handsome selling$35.00 to $150.00 NLA 4o. L. Paxton President mWBk wBrWY J. O. SheltonVloe-Preeldent ArLlf Wmmm Joe F. Garrison Cashier AMmmym YflBX E Chandler Aeet--Cahler AKJV Austin Texas Nov. 4. A Simmons Olub has boon organized In tho Uni- versity of Texas composed of all o thoso who have over nttonded "Olo Sim together with a fow AbllonoltoB who did not go to Simmons. Fourtoon mombors were presont nt tho organi zation mooting which w...

Publication Title: Simmons Brand, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 November 1919

TlaJX --X J f t immons Brand vol mi SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING NOV. 21 1919 No. 8 L m? O Jp9 i i fci ON PECAN HUNT WITH LATELY FOUND T Dfgnltnrlcs Find Mnny Nuts and llrlnr A Few Display Ape- like Characteristics Others Get Lost For tho Seniors of this year nothing has been so onjoynblo as tho pecan hunt which took placo last Monday. About twenty sonlors with their chap- crones Mr. and Mrs. Richardson went to Mr. Williams place about two miles northwest of the college where a creek and scores upon scores of pecan trees luden with tho popular nuts furnished the setting for tho hunt. The gay party loft tho campus in automobiles about ten o'clock Monday morning. They carried lunch enough for twice tho crowd and coffee enough to qusnch tho thirst of a Bmall army. It was but a few minutes until tho seniors were beating about through tho under- brush of tho creek looking for pecans. Mr. Richardson and one or two of tho more agile senior boys won tho names "Tarzan and tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 November 1919

T" ' IW' vr T-fw'jr''" ir?i7ri "-Tii nivm tmyum'WW!' '!! It. I $!TIf SimraonsBmnd Th Weekly Publication of Simmons oll4ge Abilene Texas. ' Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at the Posto.flce Abilene Texas. EXCHANGES Subscription Price per Year $2.00 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. The Megaphone. Howard Payne wins over Southwes- tern by the scoro of 13-0. Y. W C. A. girls enjoyed a sunrise breakfast Armistice pay. The 8late. Phillips U defeats Edmond 54-0. Thomas 0. McLaughlin a former Btudent of Phillips U has been Bolec- tod as a Rhodes scholar to enter Oxford. jLtiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiitiiiiiiittiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiifiitiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiitiiiitiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiJL Staff Solocted From Student Body on Merit Basis Oftlce First Floor NcW Building The Lass.O. This Week's edition of tho LaBs-o was put out by th6 Sophomore class and is an excellent paper. Mnvomhnr 11 wnn n rnlloM holldav Doris Daniel EdItor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 November 1919

TwTP'Wf OH. SO GOOD 1 Something to eat what's not sweet. HOT" Tea Coffee Chocolate. Ham Sandwich Cheese and Chicken Sandwiches the BEST what is. Get It at Renf ro- Oickford Drug Company Free Delivery. Phones 89 & 46 PERSONALS Brokors for now carB. In chemistry .A. Bob Spauldlng Bald uim wuuuuvcr uriuiBiuiiu was put uv- Major Donahuo visited homo folks or fr0) Wo yould get holl. last weok-end. Mr. Oscar Thompson of Lovlngton Ask Dick Wood who called htm Now Mox- visited his 'son Denver last 'Daddy" Bo prepared to run. Harrell Newman has returned from a business trip to Dallas. "Andy" Urban wants a buyer for tho best plpo that he ovor owned. Mr. Snuff Harrell spent tho wcok end at his homo In Eastland. week. Charlie Bishop and Moll Barkley made a trip to Anson during tho first of tho week 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 21 November 1919

A FISH STORY. It Fashionable Gowns of True Elegance Reasonably priced assortments that you'll recognizo as superlo whether you arc looking for Street Afternoon or Evening Dress The large stock of really handsome Dresses will enable us to please you. Now styles care fully selected are arriving daily many bought much below value and marked to sell proportionately cheap. New "Velvet Dresses. Tricolettes Satins Paulottes Geor- gplte etc. selling $37.50 to $98.50 Evening Dresses of Satin and Qeorgctte with silver and gold trimming very handsome selling$35.00 to $150.00 mTOfwCTffflrrE1 iV 4o. L. Paxton -.President JJr IVd J. O. Sholton VIoo-Preldont IMSSf VPA Joe F. Garrison Cashier Jj&tJMf vtt.niimf few wStltLKr imiiiminmmmmmiimummmuumimiimmiiiimimiimiiiiimiiiimiiimiiim A 25 Per Gent Discount E Between now and Christmas we aro offering a 25 percent E discount on every style Photo wd make Come in we will S E show you samples without any obligation. S RESITTINGS FREE UNTIL SATISFIED E ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 November 1919

v'-ft'y.'ft) ( immons Brand voh un SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY MORNING NOV. 29 1919 No. 9 1 $;. '--a '-' ' v t I It Iv 1. II I. K ir- ii t TEAM ROLLS UP VIM SflTUHDflY From Very Start Visitors Hnfl No Clinncc of Wmning Cowboys Mnko Good Show Spite of Cold Alter n olow Btarc which Coach Ens- tcrday attributed 10 "lack- of fight" during tho first halt tho Cowboys to ubo tho words ot tho Coach "camo back with tho old fight and played a beautiful gamo" defeating tho. John Tarlton A. & M. College by tho score of 32-0. The unquestioned features of tho camo wero tho ground gaining ot Ta- bor and Pay no; tho defensive work of Clayton; ind tho work ot Montgomery o' the visitors. In fplto ot the fact that Coach Hayes had primed his lino against tho attacks of Cranfill tho big A. E. F. Btar was able to penetrate their lino 34 times for n distanco of GO yards and thrco touchdowns. Thomas ut quarter should prooably bo given the credit for tho best ro- turn of a punt on tho local g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 November 1919

SftpimnumsjBr?md The Weakly Publication of Simmons College Abllcno Texas. ii i'i ii v i Entered as ..Second Class Mall Matter at tno PoSto flee Abilene Toxns. must bo no exception to this rule Thero has evidently been a misinter- pretation of tho right kind of spirit by some. However this has been In tho minority and can bo easily mado right. Let's all pull together In the propor spirit and mako our school and teams tho best. tiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiitititiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. Subscription Prico per Year. ....$2.00 - ! - l IIIBII I 11 I I I II . ! Member of tho Toxas Intdrcollcglato Press Association. Staff Selected F.rom Student Body on Merit Basis Ofilcc First Floor New Building Doris Daniel Editor.ln-Chlcf ' Mack Stoker ...Business Manager q.l.llMI I I I I II- I 1. . STAFF. Thanksgiving Thanks to former custom for the holiday on tho 27th. But letus ven- ture a prophecy th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 November 1919

PnQJpMpP'1 ? 'ynr-r- n-r'TTt?rjrmr"'wf'"" iJ-wrrTn pT"" - - I Your Doctor Knows Eva Tlma spent the latter part of the week ut he: home in Duffalo Gap'. Tcftin Itolls Up Score. (Continued from page One) Alma Parmolly spent Thanksgiving mons; Cranf lll"throgh lind for 1) yards. at her homo at Capo. Socond down Payno 5 yards around (left end. . First down (5 yards to MIbbos Julia Martin and Lucy Tra coy Bpcnt tho woek-ond at Morkel. Mrs. Pegucs spent Saturday and Sunday with her son In town You can get a real meal at Ronfro- BicUfords Soda Fountain. Alllo Suggs and Lois Loller spent tho week-end with Mrs. Smith of Abilene. and will toll you that unless his prescriptions arc filled With tho utmost fidelity with the purest and freshest of drugs all his abil- ity to 'euro you will be wasted. Your prescription should bo brought to this storo where wo pride ourselves on the care devot- ed to carrvintr out vour doctor's instructions. Misses Lola Armstrong and "Gooslo" Swanti visited their ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 29 November 1919

BIG SHIPMENT OF SUITS FOR BOTH MEN AND BOYS BY TODAY'S EXPRESS This additional shipment of Men's and Young Men's Suits enables us to show you the most complete Btock of the season. Many new patterns and nobby stylo features are hero in double brcastcrs belted models and waist seams ; silk lined sleeves and half silk lined coats. Wido rapgo of prices. Every price a good ' valuer $22.50 $25.00 $35.00 up to $60.00. j 0 " Paxton President MBk Wmf J. O. SheltonVloe-Pretldent Mffk nilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllh I ELECTRIC E Two Doors West F. & M. Bank SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT 1 E Wo Seek to Please You. E niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin UllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllU Hall Music Company EVERYTHING IN MUSIC. S Victrolas Brunswick and Steger Talking Machines. E Lates...

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