The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 1, Ed. 1, Thursday, September 22, 1921 Page: 3 of 4

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VALUES SKY-HIGH. BUT PRICES DOWN ON
THE GROUND-FLOOR.
THREE PAIRS HERE TO ONE ELSEWHERE.
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OUTLOOK FOR WINNING
ELEVEN VERY BRIGHT
SEASON WILL OPEN WITH HOW-
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BROWNWOOD.
MUCH NEW MATERIAL HERE
The Boys Began Training Last
Thursday Under Coach
Lewis.
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TO THE OLD AND NEW STUDENTS
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Coach Lewis report that tlio prospects
for another winning football team are
very very bright. He Is rapidly whipping
his men Into shape for the opening game
of the season which Is scheduled for Octo-
ber tho 7th vrllh Howard Puync College.
The game Is to be played at Brownwood.
A. C. C. defeated the Yellow Jackets last
season In a hotly contested battle and the
boys say that they are going to make It
two straight. 11. P. C. puts out a strong
team and the game will undoubtedly be a
thrilling one.
Among the men of last season's squad
who have returned is Flavil Collcy a half-
back. Collcy hits the line hard and low
and will be had to beat for a backfield
position. Among the other men who are
out for backfield positions are Lcland
Adamo who was quarterback on the crack
Chtckasha High School eleven for thtee
seasons and hi om tammate An uarry
who is strong on punting and passing.
Barry tips the scales at 180 pounds and
looks like a sure bet for a backfield posi
tion. Another likely backfield .man is Will
Scott who was out last season with an in-
jured shoulder but who showed his mettle
before he sustained his injury.
There are several condidatea for the
wing positions who look like good men.
Reynolds Cantrell the speedy little light
weight will make a strong bid for one of
them while Ceorge Klingman Emerson
Shephard Edwin Martin and several oth
ers are snowing goou lorm.
fn Eldon Sanders center on the team
of 1920 the team is assured of n first-
class center. However several other men
are showing up well for the pivot position.
Alfred Collins one of last season's regu-
lars will make a strong bid for a place in
the line for a second time. He may be
tried at tackle. Another strong man for
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one hundred and seventy-five pounder; and
THE TOGGERY
"Men's Furnishers"
"Dress Up Parlor" for all
COLLEGE AND HIGH SCHOOL BOYS.
KAHN and STERLING Tnilor-Mnde Clothes a Spcciulty.
SERVICE and APPRECIATION our moltot
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THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
OF ABILENE. TEXAS
CAPITAL 8200000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS $50000.00
WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS
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THREE DRUG AND JEWELRY STORES APPRECIATES
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CANDIES - STATIONERY - SUNDRIES
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OUR DRINKS AND SERVICE ALWAYS THE DESTl
BROWN'S PALM GARDEN
Just Off Pine on Second Under First State Bank
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DAY AND NIGHT CALLS
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PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING
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WELCOME STUDENTS! TO
KLINE'S BAKERY-
THE HOME OF FINE PASTRIES
STATEMENT OF THE
FIRST STATE BANK
OF ABILENE
At the Close of Dunncss September 6 1921
RESOURCES:
J. C Brown whcvsch$5ToTeriundred and
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Five games have already been scheduled
for the season. They are as follows:
A. C C. vs. Howard Payne College at
Brownwood October 7lh.
A. C. C. vs. Midland College at Abl-
lene Oct. 14th.
A. C C C vs. Canyon Normal at Can-
yon Oct. 21st.
A.CC. vs. Meridian College al Abilene
October 30th.
A. C. C vs. Daniel Baker at Brown-
wood Thanksgiving Day
SEVERAL FACULTY MEM
BERS AWAY ON LEAVE
Several members of A. C C's faculty
are missing from the "old faculty row" in
chapel who are away for the purpose of
belter preparing themselves for service in
the great field of Christian Education.
It is useless to say that everyone of the
old students have missed Brother W. W.
Freeman and Brother C. P. Poole. Bro.
Freemns is on leave of absence for this
session and is now in Yale University.
Brother Toole who last session was head
of the Department of Social Science is
now in Harvard where he is completing
the work for his Doctor's degree.
Miss Pat Malone of the Department of
Piano College of Fine Arts is now doing
special work in New York. Mr. S. Ver-
non McCasIand is again absent on leave
and has returned to the Southern Baptist
Seminary Louisville Ky.
Loans 81192813.69
Furniture and Fixtures 17972.60
Real Estate Banking House 25000.00
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Surplus and Undivided Profits 46278.73
Dividends Unpaid 120.00
Bills Payable v 50000.00
Re-Discounts NONE
Other Liabilities NONE
DEPOSITS ...:. 1363628.65
$1560027.38
The above statement is true and correct.
W. H. FREE Cashier.
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Sometime I think the things we see
Are shadows of the things to be:
That what we plan we build:
That every hope that hath been crossed
And every dream we thought was lost
In Heaven snail be lullilled.
-Phoebe Cary.
259 PINE STREET
PHONE 196
"GOOD DRINKS.
GOOD SERVICE"
MONTGOMERY DRUG
COMPANY
The House of
Neely - Barnes
COMPARE
LAST YEAR YOU BOUGHT A SUIT-JUST A SUIT
AND NOTHING ELSE-AND IT COST YOU
$50.00 TO $60.00
TODAY
NEARLY A COMPLETE WARDROBE
A Suit that you will bo proud of $35.00
Two Shirts good quality 4.00
Two Union Suits 3.00
One Tie 1.00
One Hat .. ............ .. 5.00
Six Collars at 20 cents 1.20
One Handkerchief .15
Three pairs Lisle Hose 1.00
One pair Garters 25
One Belt 1.00
ALL THIS FOR ONLY. $51.60
WE CATER TP THE COLLEGE BOY!
NEELY-BARNES
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