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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 December 1923

- m "J "ijufrn1 P -it CJowboy-YoIlow Jacket Clash Ends in a Tie (Continued from page one) AS YOU LIKE IT. Kelly "You know that girl reminds me a lot of a magazine."' Springfield "Which one 'Popular" Kelly-Wope. 'Everybody." P. A. L S. ENTERTAINED BY BILLIE SWAFFORD . ; RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES Dr Fry preached twice at Foard City last Sunday; Room "HI there Don't spit on the floor." Mate "Smaller? Floor leak'?" By the shores of Cutlcura Dy the shining Sunklst . waters relieve him failed by one yard to cross the YeUqwjackct line. It was In the fourth quarter when this happened After McAllister had kicked the field goal that knotted tho score Johnson kicked off. Howard Payne failed ed to make the distance and punted. Kim brough and Camp made the ten yards in three runs and after two runs by Estes and .Wright KJmbrough passed 24 yards. Lived tho Prophylactic Chlcklet to Johnson who received beautifully de- Dqnderlne old Helmar daughter spite the presence of two opposing players She was love...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 8 December 1923

"Bnii'rT'r"' "" w''T'T'' f"r"' r" ' -rrmrwrv ipS!vfKr" V Pfi T?m" lyj!i1'W'P"' Tr-y i wpnn V"T"JOy qjfyT" f-r- --p ij Pleasant and Profitable Xmas Shopping Here If yon would be assured of ihe utmost both in value and enjoy ment in your Christmas Shopping wc suggest that you begin now. Our large stock of Holiday goods is now at its best and particularly suited to gift purposes. The advantage of conven- ient selection is now yourd as well as the advantage of lowered prices which prevail in every section of the store. For your great- er convenience many of tho gift goods have been placed on tables where you can see and handle them in making your selections. . AklLmi'i Faptrttt . .- - - - - - AHlJ riorr who returned 11. Woodward circled left end for only a yard. McAllister made 2 at right tackle. McAllister punted 45 yard to Camp? no return. Ball on the 27 yard lino. McCaaland failed to gain at tho line. Camp ripped off 7 yards at left end. Klmbrough 2 yard through cat0 w0 originated th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 December 1923

nwmtqiimim'ii1fcft&mm3i5 &t Simmons Brand SIMMONS' COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 15 1923. Vol. VIIL Number 14 II JUDGE C. M. CALDWELL TRUSTEES OF SIMMONS HONORS FOOTBALL MEN M AK1 lULLfcUi UK1VJ1 4 THIRTY-FIVE FOOTBALL BOYS SUBSCRIBE S75.000.00 TOWARDS GIRLS AND PEP SQUAD GIVEN BANQUET. RAISING OF ENDOWMENT FUND HERE. ALL PRAISE GRACIOUS HOSTS The trustee of Simmons College in a recent mcctinai subscribed; a total of $75.- o r n . in 000 toward thot campaign for raising tho Speeches Bq Retiring Captain and By $200000 endowment fund recently launch- Captain Elect Add Zest. To ed here; The Occasion. This la the first step in the endowment " drive to meet the offer of the Rockefeller mt roitr-un .t. foundation of New oYrk City made in the The homo of C. M. Caldwell was the ear of 1922 Thl8 olIcr wa8 raade scene of the last gathering of the football agt'p'ring and prc9Cnted the proposition earn of '23 when a banquet was served f Jo A lru4lecs of he co ln an to thirty-n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 December 1923

r. i - TvirM jrri'prajp5jp?y1'T- It. us four hundred thousand dollar en- owment the student interested In athletics SMITH HALL SCANDAL Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the PostofHce- at Abilene Texas Subscription Price per year. $2.00; Member of the Texas Inter-Collegiate Press Association. Office! First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor In Chief BAKER CUMMINGS Business Manager - lo tne siuueni interested in auueucs we were ucugmea 10 navo miss iroiio Published Weekly by the Simmons PreeslSimmons has much to oiler. During the Smith take supper with us last week. The exceucni wiui nald who com- west in athletics and the increasing num- mitted a few social errors however a re- I ocr of high school athletic stars entering proving look from Miss Campbell was each fall prove her popularity In the ath- all that was needed to set htm Tight. Itelic world. For those interested in forensic and lit erary endeavor mere are also great at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 December 1923

""TTJ""WT remarkable character was a liberal con- a "fine opening." ttlhutor until her death and their son A Record Attendance Dr. Rpbert S. Simmons nt thU time living This year September 13 tho college op- In New York Is second only to his father ened with a record attendance. The en- In his generosity to the college. Simmons rollmcnt for the year will go well over owes its library largely to Dr. Robert Sim- a thousand according to all Indications. mons who has taken always a great in- Last year it reached 925 In actual figures. tcrcst in Catherine tho books. Thus the Tills enrollment of students is for the four Simmons family though not Texans them- year college course with a few years in selves becamo indelibly connected with the academy work which Is still included SPLENDID BUILDINGS AND MODERN EQUIPMENT HAVE NOT the life of this broad section of the plain In the curriculum. This part is belmx grad- ELIMINATED ATMOSPHERE OF THE OLD WEST j &&& ."wJ&ST 8lampcd bSig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 December 1923

Pff :TWj)P'i' mrqitwnw- "NHi')TV' V'W'f ;''fn'lVW''lfWi SBSfSiWP&UPP'jUHrtwii ' m INTERIOR OF FINE ARTS HALL THIRD FLOOR Women's Silk Hosiery For Gifts Women always appreciate gifts of hosiery and any of these would be a ood choice. The .alues are excellent 1 Full fashioned pure hrcad silk Hose re- inforced heel and toe lisle garter top. Black uid col or i. $1.49 Full fashioned pure ilk Hose very fine weave 20-inch boot. Very low priced at $1.98 Women's pure jrain all-over Hose Very heavy low price only. $2.98 in. IB Affiteigl wft silk wR Lrf MPMf I IS our m cfW' rr (u v WPSsgb cattle aristocracy and then the general labels attached by its Western students to its organizations and publications. Parra- mora Field the athletic field is named for one of the .builders of the college a famous old cow man Coloricl J. II. Parra. more. For his wlfo and for the wife of Colonel C. W. Merchant another famous ranches and Abilene pioneer is named one of the girls' dormitories Mary-Frances Ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 December 1923

ri 'shitokpt- i iiyMpirfw ?r vnmtfr-wi& HT3Tr " ("T1"'' T T '"WW" -iy TT "hvtww - -- JTrpeTP Merry Christmas IS WE WISHES OF COMPTON DRUG COMPANY FOUR SFOitfS Happy ssMmmmmMmMMmmmmMMMmii: New Year H .1 -... 5" TTte Original Cowboy Band A friend calling on Do Soaque asked for a glass of water. As tho guest drank it the host stood eying him with a spcculatire gleam. Tho guest somewhat embarrassed ask- ed tho reason for this behavior. Do Soaque apologized immediately. "Force of habit" he explained. "I was waiting to see if it was going to kill you." BQEH We lire in deeds not years; in thoughts not breath; in act and feelings not in figures on a dial. We count the hours by heart-throbs. Oh I the wealth of memories; memories of those who feel with us and think with us the things that's best. Then life is but the means to all the rest. The Cowboy Dand has come to occupy rather a unique place in the life of the students of Simmons. Let any other band that happens to como through Abilen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 15 December 1923

WWWWsWppiliisWW'iMWjMWfr'wiSwWiippWB I PRACTICAL GIFTS THAT MEN WILL WELCOME Select your gifts in our store for men where you will find a thoroughly representative assortment of gifts to please every man's taste. Make your selection from a store overflowing with gifts of value and quality.' Here arc just a few suggestions: A finely tailored suit or an overcoat from... .....$16.85 to $37.75 Bath Robes........-... ............. ...i!....... ................$3.05 to $13.45 Dressing Gowns silk and wool $18.45 Dress Gloves - .....$1.29 to $4.45 Silk Hose 63 to $1.69 Silk Neckwear- - .45c to $2.19 Knitted Tics .. .85c to $2.95 Silk Mufflers $2.19 to $3.45 Wool Scarves - $1.69 to $2.95 Cuff Links ..... .45c to $4.45 Leather Belts 63 to $1.69 Belt Buckles 89c to $4.45 Shirt Madras and Silk. $1.69 to $7.65 Handkerchiefs each.. 29c to 53c In Boxes of Three. .". 63c to $2.45 Novelty Silk Belts - ...$1.29 Tuxedo Sets $1.29 to $2.95 Cuff Link and Belt Buckle Sets $4.45 Bill Folds .'. $1.69 to $2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 January 1924

wj'MfW'PW.Miyim?piiw"lii tl"l'ffiAjJjj-4tiT.MiijjjHiyWjM wijw iWtiWjJijHMii'ilWIJJJUIi!W'F'W.f'Pl"'''M'ffl)iWPM!ljmlll'M wp Unmuijjini immons Brand v Vol. VIII. SIMEONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 11 1924 Number 15 "flPF hp$ BASKETBALL SEASON TO OPEN ON HOME COURT NEXT WEEK NEW STUDENTS BREAK $100000 SUBSCRIBED ENROLLMENT RECORDS BY ABILENE BAPTISTS 635 ADMITTED UP TO 3:00 P. M. LARGE SUM GIVEN BY ABILENE THURSDAY WITH MORE PEOPLE TOWARDS SIMMONS TO ENTER. ENDOWMENT FUND. JUDGE CALDWELL PRESENTS MEN WITH GOLD FOOT BALLS The basketball season will officially open on the Marston Gymnasium court next Wednesday and Thursday nights when the Cowboy Quintet will meet tho East Texas COACH HAYS COMPLETES SCHEDULE FOR THE YEAR The largest chapel assembled the first Onq of the greatest days in the history day of any term in the history of Sim of Simmons College was December 18th mons was present Thursday morning. The when $100000 was subscribed to tho col- enrollment Is already near...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 January 1924

"WK""1- "('' JfJT1 niTT" .w.w..w.yHnuiiHii.inny i m i ;J ytfiymmwBV'lifH-H HHpwmwy fHP HjjWW'MUtyMli 'WjyfrlEWjIWppWI' It WH ' 'Hff.w' .... a A W orty mcl a lloly t-hristmas night ana mtn0n3 BrtttlU turned tie lown "upjido down." They ed WeeUv by the Simmons Prow paraded tho streets performed the faomus There are some changes in the line-up oimmon; snaKO uancc visiicu me suukbi ui oiiuui uuu tins luim. nu mwo hotels yelling yells for Simmpns. What wee hours of night will the Inmates ho Forncv Now! in. Granny Stenhenson and awakened by the dumb-lull squawk as SMITH HALL SCANDAL. lnB on corner of 19th and Hickory this pECT&MJKZT term for further announcements seo next week's Drand. Club. In the Interest of the Student Body of Simmon College. 'Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas Among the new girls in Smith Hall are Misses Violet Willis Alto Umbcrson Roland House did not pull off has never Clasby tho crippled sheik Is not with us Gladys Ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 January 1924

FPftyr KfX1 ?'- i i ' ? '. WH JJ f j ft . "' as. Vv m) '2 GORMAN SIMMONITES HAVE ANNUAL MEETING After President Sandefer had spoken at the Baptist Church In Gorman December 30 1923 a number of Alumni students and ex-students' met In the Gorman hotel for luncheon. This meeting proved to he n very profitable one and shows the loyalty (if every student that has heen touched by this Institution and it is to be hoped that other groups of Simmons folk will profit by this meeting to the end that Simmons folk everywhere will he drawn closer to their Alma Mater. This meeting was Called by the Presi- dent of the Simmons Eastland County Club. This call .was greatly aided by the support of the President of the Eastland Alumni and Ex-Btudent Club Mr. Fcalherston. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV IBL W HBBBBBBBBBH DH. JULIUS OLSEN. National recognition and honor have FISHER COUNTY CLUB IN HOLIDAY SOCIAL On Wednesday night December 26 192$ abbttt thirty-five Simmons students of Fish' er county met at the Hoby ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 11 January 1924

diW tymijjtan nn" ww"iwytfynninnu.Bw;nnii ;' mmntuswiw W mumhw'Ww lajmnnjmwupajinminj itwiwiwwiiif'pt''i''iti'uyuMi!iiipiiijiiii.)jiiaiwlwlwwwii;iii''))Miji.iiiwwiiiiiwp if npnwmpyji w 9 1 1 t 1 5 It i I qUALITYMVAWeSEnWC I i iwwwwiv7flr"j)"mmac January The Month of Opportunities at This Store Everything at Clearance Prices GIRLS 0. & D. TRY-OUT ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON SEYMORE SIMMONITES IN HOLIDAY BANQUET A joy riu 9 holiday banquet was given by the Simmons Club of lJaylor and Throck- morton counties at Seymour Friday Dec. 28 1923. Plates were served to some tvtcnty-two members with their friends. Everyone seemed to havo the holiday spirit jjany 0f tc gjti8 lavo already decided to The Girls 0. & D. Association will have a tryout for new members Friday after- noon February 1. the requirements for this tryout is an original five minute speech on arty subject you may choose. THEATRE PARTY FIRST OF SENIOR FUNCTIONS The Senior Class started the new year In the right way when they ga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 January 1924

rnWP timMMmmrnmpmmmmmmmm ipiw trnmrnmrnmiw gfyp Simmons Brand SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 19 1924. Vol. VIII. Number 16 mmtmwmimmmmm ii I lie 1 ll I SOPHOMORES BREAK PRECEDENT BY BEATING THE FISH IN DEBATE CHORAL CLUB TO GIVE W. H. MUSTON IS AUTHOR; OPERETTA AT MERKEL NEW BOOK "OVER THERE" WILL GIVE TWO PERFORMAN- CES AT QUEEN J DUE TO MANY REQUESTS. FORMER STUDENT OF SIMMONS WRITES; "THE STORY OF A SKY PILOT." COWBOYS BREAK EVEN WITH EAST TEXAS STATE TEACHERS For the first time in many year of Inter- QJ$$ Jfj JOURNALISM class forensic contests in Simmons College IflOIT TUV DEDADTCD the smoke clearing away from tlio forum V1M1 llilj IUjIUKIIjU of endeavor lifted to reveal the Sopho- NEXT LYCEUM NUMBER As a beginning of their activities this "Over There the Story of a Sky Pilot" term the Simmons College Choral and by W. II. Muslon a Texas book and n Glee Clubs arc to present the operetta Simmons book has just been published "WimlmilN nf lTnllnnrl " na.iln tn litre ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 January 1924

ssPWSfJ P is . . V mind lor his own contemplation ana noi $l 41l)Pinimiin5tillinU inducing In the childish practlco of think- mind .... C! t InR out loud. Jfift TSniL Al Another disconcerting practice is that of nS ytl Jtlf-T copying from a neighbor's note book. To . aody 01 aimmons louege. fuU Entered as second class matter June 22 meaning of an Involved lecture is in it- 1917 at the Postoffico at Abilene Texas self and accomplishment resulting from ' ' ' ' practice. Witness the annoyance there- Subscription Price per ycar......$2.00 oro t0 be the individual whose notes are Member of the Texas Inter-Collegl.to Pres. Association. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor In Chief BAKER CUMMINGS Business Manager STAFF NELSON HUTTOManaging Editor JOE JACKSON Advertising Mgr. ALBERT FOX Circidatlon Mgr. ALLEN MOTE Features PHINIS McBETH Religious Activities STAFF REPORTERS Myrtle Barber Alberta Howell F. U. Powell Charles Eaton Emma Ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 January 1924

"-nr r-- frv t'WMVTlJ1' '".t- iJ" '.V J 1 jf .A' FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT IS GROWING STEADILY Simmons' Fine Arts Department Is grow ing steadily and In some instances rapid- ly is the report of Stiles R. Anderson Dean of the Department and the various instructors. The faculty though number- ing about the same as last year is con- stonily raising tho standard of work and this side of the college curriculum promises - to be second to none in the South. "the covered wagon'' RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES. B. S. U. HAVE SPECIAL Removed from the thoughts and en- ' PROGRAM IN CHAPEL vlronmcnt of tho ordinary work-a-day Sam Morris hod extra good services at world forgetting for tho time being you Tuxedo last' Sunday. Brother Nichols .... .... w.. aro In a theatre seat 1. the delightful sen- Poko in the morning. The pastor preach- . A demonstration council meeting satlon experienced by those ho will wit cd at the evening service and had eight " Thursday morng January 9 In ness tho remarkable screen versi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 19 January 1924

OVERCOATS STILL UNDEKPRICED One of the best possible clothes investments you can make right now is in one of theso fine Suits or Overcoats at the low clearance prices. Quality never1 was better nor prices so low. Come in and sec them. OVERCOAT PRICES $1500 TO $36.00 ' SUIT PRICES $19.00 TO $32.00 i AlikmSt Fsetitt sWt rutt qUAUTr'-J LAST OF OLD NEEDM0RE FISHER COUNTY CLUB BUILDINGS MADE OVER MAKE CANDY AT SOCIAL Among the land mark of progress in About twenty members of tlio Fisher Simmons tlicro Is none which is probably County Club met In tho kitchen of Smith so well known especially to older stud Hall last Saturday night and candy mak- cnts as Nccdmore. ing was only one of tho many things that In its heyday Ncedmore was housed by contributed to tho success of the social tho old frame building which nt present Is Somo played games In tho dining riall situated between Compton No. Four and wnjj0 otlers wcre bugy cooing various tho Simmons Supply Store. When this kjndg 0f candle Tlie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 January 1924

& immons Brand A- Vol. VIII. SIMMONS COLLEGE ABILENE TEXAS SATURDAY JANUARY 26 1924. Number 17 1 tf grhS I II It V s FEBRUARY SEVENTH IS DATE OF NEXT LYCEUM COMIC OPERA 'DON PASQUALE TO BE GIVEN BY NEW YORK COMPANY. SALVI IS REALLY rOMINn "w Tlie Remaining Numbers Are Lorado Tuft1 1.U M Tn.-lw.11 n. 1 Taff Ida M. Tarbcll and Alberta Salvi. "Dnn Pnuiimlx" iIia nYi niimU nf ihn I.veiMim rniirnc will Im nrnunipil in A lil. leno Hall on the evening of February 7th by tho Hcnshaw Company of New York This opera is reported to bo a pronounced success anu nas Been rcccivcu wun cn tlillnlnnm hv llin nmlipnrp m wlitrli It linn played. It is to be nrcscntcd bv tho same com. rianv that no successfully nresrnted the fnm'.r nn.-n 'Tn.i F.n T.ll!" I... In.f year and seems to bo even better than that . .u....o wiibfu mu.i uii a un. ii.u .ua. DUB Tim nm number nf tlm I.vcmim rmirsn will bo presented on February 28 when Lorado Taft world famous sculptor will lecture along the lines of his Sit.' M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 January 1924

'(MMywnmijjiMiip'imm);)p FW' WPJP i lr !: I SClpSimmonsBrnnfl & WHAT 0tHERS THHnL Published Weekly by the Simmon Press Club in the Interest of the Student ' Body of Simmons College. ' Entered as second class matter June 22 1917 at the Postoffice at Abilene Texas mate's face powder on your face this elim- inates the trouble of sharing. 16. Make as much noiso as possible but do not slam tlio door as you go out leave it wide open. Office: First Floor Science Building. Published Each Saturday Morning. ARTHUR BULLOCK Editor In Chief BAKER CUMMINGS ' Business Manager STAFF NELSON IIUTTO-Mnnaging Editor ' JOE JACKSON Advertising Mgr. (Delayed from last week) There is somo disputo- among the now hall. Several snappy names have been suggested such as "mule barn" the These names may Football and College. Two warnings concerning athletics par- ticularly football in colleges have been ununited lately bv authorities whose OD- " ' .' ' mere is somo disputo- among me ex ..tons are to m n.gtiiy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 January 1924

IflfWlliy lltflllll.MW.WIIItf'VyllljftTPgiiyWHyyyyywyiiy WiV'. "HW'IH W ''TyiB-gy yr-win f-r'fT'; yn' 'W ?"-' ''W"'- yCT'vTTf?y"' iT "TiJ'lW'l'V9(llV)f7' 1 V t . ASYOUUKEH. Encore. A Chinaman wa visiting Yellowstone National Park In winter. He had walked for somo miles along a mountain trail cov- ered with snow. Looking back over his shoulder ho saw a bear sniffing at his tracks and rapidly gaining on him. With a shrill yell ho began to run: "You likce my tracks? I makco you somo more." Packinghouse News. John: Dick was almost drowned last night. Mary: Really I How? John: The pillow slipped the bed spread and ho fell through tho mattress into the spring. Nita: Why is a can of tomatoes liko an elephant? Jim: in bite; whyr Nita: Because neither of them can ride i i wiv;viui A littlo dog sat on the railroad track Looking so fat and lonely. Along came a great big automobile Honk! Honk I Bolognyl Sambo: Rastus were you ebber sick when you wuz in Franco? - Rastus: Man I had tho flu so bad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Simmons Brand — 26 January 1924

Mkmims.mkmimmi.miuB.miiM.mmimmmimim.mimjm OVERCOATS STILL UNDERPRICED One of the best possiblo clothes investments you can make right now is in one of these Fine OVERCOATS at the low clearance prices. Quality never was better nor prices so low. Come in and sec them. OVERCOAT PRICES $1500 TO $36.00 AtoUnt't Ftvcrlli SHftint rluf '& quAUTY-M VAWB-senwcc HISTORY CLUB ELECT THEIR TERM OFFICERS ENDOWMENT COMMITTEES REPORT MUCH PROGRESS Quito an interesting program was ren- dered by tlio History Club on Thursday of last week. Officers wero also elected and the clubs voted to have a nago in the Bronco. Mr. Richardson was responsible for the program naturally it was instructional as well as interesting. Mr. Dunlap tho first speaker gavo the essence of a few pre-war (Civil War) let- ters. Most of these wcro from the Con' federacy and told of tho uprising 'of the slaves. Little mercy was given thq "sons of Ham" when they attempted to take the law into their qwn hands. One letter re- lates...

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