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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 March 1917

.tJwpmii i :Wi'fPiTljUU'ii ' Hrw'iM'''wii"'i'Pii V$ immonsBrntifl It Vol. I SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 16 1917 No 22 I 'J -a v GYMNASIUM CINCHED; WILL BE COMPLETED BY FALL TERM 1917 Simmons Share of Edncatlon Fnnd $20000 Ilarroll Newman Con- tributes $300.00. Work on the Marston Gymnasium will begin soon as stated by tho Pres- ident at chapol Monday. Plans hayo boon drawn but all of tho details have not been completed and passed upon. However practically all obstacles have been removed and 'tho work will bo- gln in earnest now. Tho construction of tho Gymnasium will bo carried. rap- Idly to completion and tho "Gym" will bo ready for use by the opening of tho Pall t Tprm 1D17. Tho splendid donation of $10000 by Mr. Marston. has been supplemented by several gifts by Simmons Btudonts. Tho latest con- tribution was mado by Harroll New- man who govo $300. Another factor in cinching the gymnasium was tho tlmo- ly apportionment of tho Christian Edu- cation Campaign Fund. A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 March 1917

i i- r 6lpimmmisBrnnfl The Weekly Publication of Simmons College Abilene Texas. Entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Abilono Toxas' under the Act of Congress March 3 1870. Subscription Prico tho Ycar....$l.S0 before but the literary letter is a and officers will carry ' tho work great stride in tho way of adding vigor through to a successful climax to this lino of endeavor. Ultimata re- Hopes aro high for a successful bat- BUlt: A greater Simmons triumphant tlo in tho Spring debato and much in in more and larger lines nnd honored tcr.est is manifested In the programs. by all. Member of tho Texas Intercollegiate Press Association" Staff Selected from Student Body on Merit Basis. . l liiiuHUiimi; Collctro Press Koportor The Clolsophio Literary Spcioty in- Th WHnn nf ihn nbovcnatnort guratod tho following officers at last "animal" by tho students satisfied a Vr'Aay'B " ?'T f' J' very emphatic need in this day of ef-Keotc vko prcIdont ' 0U coMey; rccoruing secretary jiiu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 March 1917

M UK. iff Spring Suits Of known worth nnd corroct style nt before tho war prices Uncle by HART SOHAFFNER & MARX The best rendy-to-wcaVxlothes mado at any price. This store is the home of these famous clothes in Abilene. The new Spring line is now ready for you Jtiorc. All the new models weaves and colors in stubs stouts slims and regu- lar cuts enables us to fit the hard to fit. The prices arc not advanced this season but our lines at $17.50 to $28.50 arc as complete as ever. MINTER DRY GOODS CO I - 1 te-Ji JIL. A 1 RULES FOR AWARDING ATHLETIC LETTERS 1. 3. ) Presidents -5 points Secretaries J 3 points Any student who shall have playqd in as many as four regularly J scheduled games of intercollegiate basketball may be awarded a U'ettcr. Less than one-half gamo" shall not count.) Any student who shall have played in as many as four regularly scheduled games of intercollegiate zasoball or in as many as three such games and as much as five innings in two others may be .awarded a le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 16 March 1917

n. Ir i P I !!! !! I our buyer has just re- turned from Chicago and we now offer for your inspection about 400 nice misfit Suits. These 316 extra good bargains Priced right Also new furnishings. MISFIT Clothing Co. I I I I I I I I I I !! EASTER April 8th Has Your Order Been Placed? We're showing more than 5 00 exclusive Spring woolens and all the c orect- fashions for Men and Young Men from our Chica- go tailors. Ed. V.Price &Co. IB y lit o B c measure dN ow NEELY-BARHES - The Man's Store CAMPUS CLIITINGS ' . Horaco Blackwoil has ono to his homo for a fow days' on account of ill- If Paul can play like that with a "bad lip" wo predict wonderful things for 'him. Misses Myrtlo and Mablo M.dxey vis- ited their home in Anson Saturday and Sunday. ""-' . Miss Pearla Wyatt a distinguished graduate of Baylor was a visitor in chapel Tuesday. . MIss Mary Robertson a former stu- dent of Simmons was a visitor at the College Tuesday. Misses Lulu Sharp Nell Tracoy and Olive Teaff wore visitors...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 March 1917

viwwfUfifiirrfvi-iimi- rnvf-trnf t.'wnB!;u1nn.ljiijmt;iywMlwnwwigl"";lt 'MBWWPVT'i WH ' lHliy'ltlW1 W"HI WWV IH-wy )" "l!i'Wwg)HB" "WW- Wim'"Jf-'l-"HWlMl WI'HH l ' Vol. I SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 23 1917 No 23 l j immotis Brand I SECOND ISSUE OF CORRAL UPHOLDS . HIGH STANDARD Editor Claud Lloyd Has Been Success. .ful In Discovering New LIU erary Genius. The second Ibbuo of tbo Corral tho literary mngazlno published quarterly by tho students ot Simmons Collcgo 1b In circulation. Tho comprehenslvo c'ditorials tho poems interesting sto- ries and essays furnish a well balanced magazine which Is a credit to any1 ed- itor. Tho feature of tho Issue Is tho story "Under Mexican Skies'' by Mr. W. B. Davis. It is well written and Intensely interesting being what many consider oho of tho best over published In tho 'Corral. Also tho stories by Miss Mary Bry- an Mr. D. Q. Riddle and Mr. W. C Martin deserve special mention on ac count of tho expression and originality j PROF. AND...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 March 1917

tfljeSimmonsjBrcmfl Tha Weekly Publication or the Stu- dents of Simmons College Ablleno Texas. Entered aB second class matter at the Post Office at Abilono Texas under the Act of Congress March 3 1879. Subscription Price- th o--Year v.. $160 Member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Staff Selected from Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building Mildred Paxton Edltor-ln-Chlcf Mamie Goodnight. ...Associate Editor Clattdo Lloyd ....... Editor "of Corral It. IV. Foy Business Manager Horaco lllack well.. Ass t Bns. Manager J. J. Jvcctcr Circulation Mgr. ADVISORY EDITORS:' Dr. O. H. Cooper . Mrs; O. II. Sandcfer Dr. W. F Fry. DEPARTMENT EDITORS M. L. Hopson Nown J. W. Hedges '. General Activities R. W. Foy Athletics Florence Morrow ...k..... Personals Myra" Barnes ................ Specials Anna Morris .............. Fine Arts Morrltt Clemens Specials Grace Hord Exchanges REPORTERS Margaret Goodnight Ruth BarWey D. Q. Riddle W. C. Martin Katlo Foy Josephin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 March 1917

' t iQrjffv ' Spring Suits Of known worth and correct style nt before the war prices Made by HART SOHAPPNER & MARX The best ready-to-wear clothes mado at any price. This store is the homo of these famous clothes in Abilene. The new Spring line is now ready for you licre. All the new models Weave's and colors in stubs stouts slims and regu- : lar cuts enables us to fit the hard to fit. The prices are not' advanced this season but our lines at $17.50 to $28.60 arc as complete as ever. M INTER DRY GOODS CO & I 1IUMOKOUS CONTEST BEGINS IN T. I. P. A. 1 (Tho following ot Interest to all colleges members of T. I. p; A. is cop- ied from tho Lariat of Baylor.) . For tho bost humorouB Btbry writ- ten by tho college students of Texas in tho years 1916-17 a completo Bet of Mark Swain's work will be given by tho Texas School Journal throubh its editor Dr. H. T. Muselman. This prize Is to be known as tho Texas School Journal Hu- morous Story Prize and It shall bo given through tho Texas ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 23 March 1917

If' lit Do You Think ffeff -will over bo as tall at Mutt? 'Stealing a march" is worrfe than Halting a walk!" :.; - A man with the most nose knows tho most? Tho busy bees should cclL their honey? ; A man is necessarily sick when ho A photographer should agree with Vhii rtlinn linli'nA'liiri nwn'vinwftf A 1-11 .u. wuu cuu uo aiii wncu yo Know mm weii.T You can afford to miss any these photoplays v . aline MISSION oi Bushman and Bayno -in .. v Thidreat Secret" Emmy Wehlen i ::v9 '.-Mn- "Vanity" ' ... A Metro Wonderplay-t and always" a go6d. comedy.' This is Friday tiUian Gish " ' ' i . i . -i . -. ' . HI "A. House Built on Sand" ." Triangle ;Play ; ( . "Fatty." Arbuckie in . "The Other Man" This comedy is good 99 per cent .Laughs. This is Saturday Dorothy Dalton . ti m "Tho Female of the Species' A Thos. Ince Play 'Ford Sterling ' ' in "The Snow Cure" . Keystone Comedy. This 'is Monday ;. Theda Bara ' ' in ' "The Vixen" "Fatty" .Arbuckle m ';The Waiters BaU" This is' Fattys' best Comed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 March 1917

rjm iiin!Wiy""iii'Jtfii."iHWiiJiJ"'W' ' i)inHPlWi''lwsal .imwwKyfi'MW'l'H''tW' W'HWiffM"!W)'l!W'IWi)ll';WW"w' -m71 '?-- r V Simmons Branfl Vol. I W. J. BRYAN TO DELIVER COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS FOR THE 1917 CLASS Nations Great Patriot and Statesman to Address Simmons Students Hon. W. J. Bryan of Lincoln Nobr. will deliver the commencement ad- dres for the 1917 graduating class. Mr. Bryan will be In Abilene during tho Ghautaugua and has very gener- ously consented to glvo tho com- mencement address while hero. Pres. Sandefer made tho announce- ment In chapol Monday which was greeted with loud applause for It Is not every college or University that Jms such honor conferred upon It. DR. TOLMAN IN FARE- WELL SPEECH TO SIMMONS STUDES "Reminiscences of Simmons during the past nine years with some les- sons drawn from theso" was tho sub- stance of tho chapel-hour speech giv- en Wednesday morning by Dr. Tol- tnan retiring professor of Greek and Latin and future president of H. P. C. Tho theme w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 March 1917

- &$)? $immonsBmttd The Weekly Publication of the Stu dents of Salmons College Abilene Toxas. Entered as second class matter at (ho Post Offlco at Abilene Texas under the Act of Congress March 3 1879. Subscription Price the Year. .. $1.50 Member of tho Toxas Intercollegiate Press Association Staff Solecled from Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building Mildred l'jtxton Editor-in-Chief Mamie Goodnight.. . Associate Editor Claude Lloyd Editor of Corral It. Vt. Foy . Business Manngcr Borneo UIncMvcIl..Asst Bus. Malinger J. J. Kcctcr ....'.... Circulation Mpr. ADVISOKY EDITORS: Dr..O. H. Cooper Mrs. Q. II Sandcfpr Drt W. F. Fry. Squad i Huth Barkley AnnaMqrrls Josephine Goodo A. A. .Dulaney A. C Miller M. L. Hopscn W. C Martin- C. S. Nicodemus Emma Evans NOTICE-ADVERTISERS. Turn notr copy In not later thnn Tuesday to Reporter office or phone 417 to "call for norr copy.' It tho Brand creates new depart- ments (?) for tho college and coins now words and phrases ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 March 1917

-A. GlFT'OF THE SENIOR CLASS TRANSFERRED TO GRANDSTAND (Continued from page one.) This 13 to bo an up-to-dnto structuro purporting to cost about $1400 and will have a seating capacity of about 1200 people. It is to have a concreto foundation and will havo two dress- ing roomB 18x18 foot equipped with modern conveniences. Thcro will bo a section of boxes across the front and a special placo ar- ranged for the band. In all U goes without saying that it will bo ono of the most modern grandstandB that grace a college athletic field. The class is ' enthusiastic over the plans. Other minor business matters woro brought up and passed on in tho mooting. movie arAciuxE fok science DEL'AItTMENT A moving-picture machine of the Porto-mnchlno type has been ordered for 'the COllcgo by Prof. Arnetto and Dr. Olscn of tho Science Department. Tho machine which they decided up- on can be used with an Incandescent lamp. It can be utilized for class- room purposes for entertainment and will also havo a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 30 March 1917

"w"t Tww"aBBfpijaE3flKja ("'Mf ' I t s a." ; ' See Our Spring Showing of OXFORDS They are the newest yet consisting of all leathers and shapes in the new- est shades. A look will convince you that you will save $1.00 per pair by buying at our store. Mr. R. B. Burt of Houston gavo an other $10006 to tho endowment fund of Baptist Educational Institutions which makes a total of $20000 for Mr. Hurt In tho recent campaign. T. C. tl An athletic field has been bought by T. C. U. and the location for tho now $25000 Athletic Stadium has loon ob- tained. Tho faculty grants date privileges to underclassmen. Even tho faculty must feel tho serene call of Bprlngtlmo and have opened up their hearts. A successful revival under tho lead- ership of Rev. Hugh McLclIand has Just ended at T. C. U. CAMPUS CLI1TINGS Mr. O. J. Hull '18 is seriously ill at his homo in Abilene. Mr. L. A. Hartley has re-entered school for Spring Term. "Strawberry" Reynolds 'J.4 payed a visit to his Alma Mator during tho past ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 April 1917

tte jfimmotts &rm& Ir y Vol. I F OFY.M.CA. IN SIMMONS SPEAKS ON Y. M. C. A. SUCCESSES Dr. Tolman in Y. M. C A. Dr. Tolman who has loft to bo- como President of Howard Payne Col- lego spoko to tlio members of the Y. M. C. A. last Thursday ovonlng. Ho spoko only a short time but his speech waB full of truth and sincerity as is characteristic of all his speeches. Dr. Tolman is the father of tho Y. Mt 0 A. of Simmons but in his speech ho gavo most of tho credit for its organi- zation to tho efforts of a fow faithful mon who wore in school at that timo. In his own words "I Just happened to bo around and helped all I could." Ho told of a great number of mon who have been graduated from Simmons ands who woro affiliated with the Y. M. C. A. during their student life. Ho pointed with prldo to tho achieve ments of these men and gavo tho Y M C. A. much of the credit for pro- ducing bucIi men. Ho enld that ho know of no man who has been gradu- ated from tho institution and who hold tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 April 1917

&l)pSimmon$Brnnfl Thp Weekly Publication of the Stu- dent of S.'mmona Collogo Abilene Toxas. Entered as second class mnttor at the Post Offico at Abllono Toxas under the Act of Congress March 3 1879. Subscription Prlco tho Year.... $1.60 ship unless you continue your writ- ii. Tho membership contest of tao Oratorical and Debat'ng Council is nnnouncoi in this issue of the Brand. M. L. H Member of tho Texas Intorcolleglate Press Association Staff Selected from Student Body on Merit Basis. Notice Squad 'Members Office Third tloor Library Building Mildred laxton .... Editor-in-Chief Mamlo Goodnight.... Associate Editor Claudo Lloyd .-.... Editor of Corral It. W. Foy Business Manager Horace Black well.. Ass t Bus. Manager J. J. Kcctor . . Circulation Mgr. ADTISOBY EDITORS: Dr. O. H. Cooper Mrs. Q. II. Sandcfer Dr. "W. F. Fry. Squad No. 2 ' Issue Editor ...... Carroll Spanglor JC880 Hodges Carroll 'Spongier D. Q. Riddlo taraco Hord Myra Barnes Cecil Conaway Hester Qoss John McWhortor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 April 1917

SCENARIO SELECTED WITH OUR FRIENDS. ;. Misses Mildred Paxton and Mamlo Goodnight won tho Scenario Contest conducted by tho Slrkus CommUtco Thla scenario will bo fllmod during Slrkus Week. As far as can bo ascertained at present tho film will bo entitled 4Tho Commencement of a Freshman." Tho plot is laid in Simmons and will 1)0 a good CroBB-soctlon of collcgo life In tho collcgo with the trond of fun on tho inBldo of collcgo-Hfo running throughout. Tho movio will havo tho chlof characters featured by members of the Senior Class. Sovornl students manifested interest in tho Scenario Contest by entering manuscripts. Tho committee report- ed that the Judge of tho productions a man experienced In this lino es- pecially praised tho. form and sub- Btnnco of tho scenario submitted by W. 13. "Davis although tho winning ono. -wns recommended bocausd'of Its spec- ial adaptability to tho circumstances of this movie. hiilOCO MANAGEMENT ASK& THE CO-OPEIUTION OF ALL " Tho Bronco Management asks...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 6 April 1917

Every One Appreciates Good Clothes Tlicro Is no over-estimating tho effect of good clothes In the first impres- sions formed wlicn man meets man. True dressing may bo over done but the modern mascnlino typo of stylo embodied In Misfit Hand Tailored Clothes is n factor for success. Tho man or young man who wars these colthcs Is garbed to meet 'opportunity. now shipment just rccchcd to. day. Get youni before Eastor. DO IT NOW Triced $18.50 to $25.00. Misfit Clothing Co. 1 Al'ltlL FOOL-ISIINESS . Ho: "D'd all thos.a swords guns and plstolti tliat hang around your houBo.bekn$ U your brother?" Sho: "No; to me." Ho: "Why what did you want with thom? ' Sho: "1 didn't want you to get the idea in y )ur head that yours were tho only arms I could havo around me" like to tako you and your family out driving this afternoon." "Sure enough! What kind?" "Oh its tho latest light four ; it's a Ford." Miss Sandefer: "In what city does Frbneau's work center?" (Correct answer: New York.) Bright Student ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 April 1917

rfH- . wp'w 'hvi'ct ' Vol.1 SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 13 1917 No 26 "VTJjr-TV- ft Simmons BnrniC " - '- w -.. . .I i ... ..-. . ... ......- - i -ii... ..L .. - i I1'"11 '" -. .. ::. " ..":i': .''.'.: :.;: . ' . . ' ' ' ' ; - ... r ) L STUDENTS OF VOICE AND EXPRESSION DEP'TS IN JOINT RECITAL rrogrnmino Great Success Interesting and Entertaining .On Saturday ovonlng AprU 7 In tho Collego auditorium the Vctco and Expression Departments rendered 'n Joint programme which was highly enjoyablo and which reflected great credit both on tho Instructors and th pupils. Tho audience though small on aocount of the disagreeable weath ' or was highly appreciative. Th program which was excellent through- out is as follows: .Morning. ' Oley Spoakf Anna Morris ''Aunt Hannah's Letter.... Anonymousi Lillie Patterson -Aunt Deborah's Visit to Washington . Fletcher Efflo Copoland Jean ..' Burleigh Floy Reoves A Voice From a Far Country. . .Blako 0. D. Robinson An Encounter With An Intcrvlo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 April 1917

l 3ft)p$immonsBr?mfl ThO Weekly Publication of tho Stu- dents of 'Simmons Collogo Ablleno Toxas. Entered as second class matter at tho Post Offlco at Abilene Texas undbr the. Act of Congress March 3 1879. Subscription Price tho Year.... $1.60 as ono of the requisites of the success ful leader. In fact It is the slogan of the hour and its demands may bo com pacted in tho phrase "efficiency co- operation." Internationally It means tho nation which fails to realizo &! Germany has dono that its service The Honor Systom has proved Itself in other schools has proved itself to lo tho "life" of an institution. It stimulates tho students to greater achievements and raisos tho tono and standard of tho ontlro school. In fact the Influences for good which it Member of- tho Toxas Intorcolleglato Press Association Staff Selected from Student Body on Merit Basis. Office Third Floor Library Building Mildred PaxtOR Editor-in-Chief Mamio Goodnight. . . . Associate Editor Claude Lloyd Editor of Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 April 1917

PRESS CLUB GAINS SIX NEW MEIERS CAMTUS CLIPPINGS J- aL afttf L aflU mm1 Ka u m L Bft lift Mt u Tr r T tP Tt TF T; rT r r F r TT BASEBALL GAMES U RESULT IN TIE (Continued from pago ono.) hit by pitcher Stevens Saturday's Game Tho fates decided with the assis- tance of Ralncy's pitching that Jn Sat- urday's same Austin College Bhould havo tho honor of taking tho first fc. I. A. A. gamo from tho "Purplo and Gold" by tho shut-out Bcqro of 2 to 0. Whllo tho Austin nmo probably played tighter ball than on tho provlous day tho pralso for holding tho CowboyB down to ono hit and two visits to first properly bolongs to Pitcher Ralnoy. His undorhand dollvery prov- ed very effcctlvo In malclng tho Cow- boys hit high into tho stiff north wind they faced. Austin's first ecoro was mado by Lowo In tho fourth. An overthrow by Lees to Thomas permitting him to roach tho initial Back. When Swenson hit to left Lowo who had stolen sec- ond scored. Sworison also ran tho gauntlet of tho sacks in tho sevent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 13 April 1917

I. I V J -'"V J Men's Wear at Old Prices Our Spring campaign for a bigger business is lowering prices all along (the line and in. no section of tbo store is this more apparent than in wearables for men and boys. Wo aro accomplishing this task through our largor buying power and that too in an era of high prices and rising costs. Men's Hats Novelty and staple shapes $2.00 $2.50 and$3.00 Straw Hats In alL the new shapes $2.00 toi.- $4.00 Men's Shirts--Laundered cuffs and soft French cuffs in the newest Spring patterns $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 up.- ' New Neckwear Handsome Ties for every Shirt every new pattern and color 50c 75e and - $1.00 Men's SJhoes Every wanted leather in Shoes and Oxfords $3.50. $4.00 $5.00 up to . .-$7.50 Abilene' s Favorite Shopping Place t; anwoet 4 "SIMMERINGS OF SIM." ' . There aro two klnda ol folks In this country patriots and traitors. U may B alive But BU1A Booster? KQLEDGE Circus April 17. "Hoy Bill hang a dish-rag over the sun." Explanation: . sun shining thru...

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