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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 December 1919

V\.,' Volume 1, ■ Number 3. JOHN TARLETON AGRICULTUAL COLLEGE, A BRANCH OF TEXAS' A. & M. COLLEGE Steph'enville, Texas, D6c. 9, 1919 AT BIG SUPPER ANI) RECEPTION AFTERGAME y. ; • -X'r :,„7 41 Although Tarleton' proved her- self superior to Grubbs in putting out a winning football team, it ..will be a difficult task for her to prove herself more graceful in re- ceiving .defeat. Perhaps it was ' because of a.'whole, season of prac- tice in this line that Grubbs took the defeat so well on Thanksgiving .■\t but it would be hard to make one •; of our football players believe it. Courtesy and friendliness take the , :-.place of.-oxygen and nitrogen in the composition of the atmosphere about the College at Arlington. > After the game was over and our boys had dressed, they.were led to the dining, hall where a table was - set for them with turkey, dressing! '.. cranberry sauce, pies, cakes,, and everything that a football player • could crave. This was one place r where the Tarleton ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 December 1919

V. , A. V; the mac Published weekly by the students of John-Tarletqii Agricultural Col- lege throughout the college year. Barton Lawson '20, ----- Editor ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Clinton Burnett . '20 Lucy Lee Young '20 Zelda Tubbs '21 Riley Yarbrough '20, Bus. Mgr. Franklin Matheny '21, -Asst. Mgr. , Subscription Rate, $1.50 per year Special Rate of $1.00 for the Re- mainder of this School Year. Stephenville, Texas, Dec. 9, 1919. BLUNT TACKS Made, Borrowed and Stolen. There were many sobs and tears at a secret meeting last week when Johnnie Winters met himself and recited "that soul-stirring poem, "Take Back Your Heart, I Order- ed Liver." Tatty: "You say you've worn that hat for the last two years?" Sonny: "Sure! and it looks pretty good still. Twice I've had it cleaned and once I exchanged it- in the hall for one that was brand new." Some have said ouj\ first issue was-good, the second better; and let us make all that follow ^meas- ure up to the best. All that is needed is that each on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 December 1919

Mrs, Roy Thomas, a pupil of Mr, Schmidt's class, gave a splen- did presentation, of Salter's "Cry of RaChael" at the faculty recep- tion Thursday night. As an encore she gave with "finesse" a little negro . lullabye, "Candle Lighting Time,*' 7 . When you leave College to spend the holidays at home, you will wantio take an Xmas present to DAD A. nice Fur Collar for his overcoat, silk Shirts, Press Gloves, Sox or Ties, are .some of the things you will find here. RALPH E. BEARD GENT'S FURNISHINGS FINE TAILORING v CLEANING AND PRESSING FACULTY RECEPTION Phone No. 139 ite Drug Co. ■/; -DRUGS AND JEWELRY. . Agents for JACOBS', CHRISTO- PHER'S AND HUGHES' CANDIES, 'Northwest Corner Square PHONE 211. PAYNE'S BARBER SHOP . ; West-Side Square ' WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE , HOI AND COLD BATHS Last .week the faculty of John Tarleton Agricultural College re- ceived invitations ,to> attend a fac- ulty reception at. the Conservatory on Thursday evening at eight o'- clock. . 'In spite of the fact ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 December 1919

THE HOGG CREEK REFINING COMPANY STEPHENVILLi!, TEXAS We are now building a 4,000 barrel refining plant near the Cotton Belt round house in Stephenville, and are offering a limited number of shares at par "value in blocks of ten shares or over. A few dollars invested in this enterprise' will in the early future play you back many fold. . - • 'S. . ___ —. " , Come in and talk-it over with us. THE HOGG CREEK REFINING COMPANY Capital Stock $300,000 Capacity 4,000 Barrels Shares, Par Value $1.00 " Offices in the Tribune Building PATE & KEYSER TAILORS Belknap Street Phone 288 CAN YOU BEAT IT «,x (This is a poem composed by a former student of Tarleton. who graduated here some three or four years ago. It is entitled "Through Fiields of Sleep.",,) ' ' ' f When day with all the cares it brings, is gone, 1 And softly has the-gentle night, Its restful canopy around us drawn, " To shield our tired eyes from light,— - Ah, then, how 8W,eet, in peaceful slumber deep, To wander, through the ple...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 January 1920

"' - :':■ " " *-.v ] •.,'. •I!'. • t -W .;;-'^tV/-~ ' 1 , 1 ,,\ ■ .j' ..V • -'2 ; Volume 1. .i:^-:{--;;V^W.^!i;COLLEGE, A;BRANCH OF TEXAS' A. & M. COLLEGE:'■* Stephenville,.Texas, Jan.;27,:■ 1920;, iwmBrtfT,iiirr'iiiiiriff : sj '> IJ" ,VV-,.: I.',"'1;', -r-r- : O'/y'Vf. ,'■ f' T''.; M 4£fry3SKi \&r<& a i jqhn^r^ f'XjETON'''STATE. / J!!,/ ;/'; Tp^; J UNIOR .tooL^E'G^ ;••!. 'ftn 'amialtjotis lipy.;.pi-'girls ^K^t{ipr: !|/. -<j'ir pp^'Jie/pb ph&;siiaH,5,s5;,4b':-fe'ok' ''/ ,, ;Qiieyfion:iliei'6 ;jflay;8' is .attencf-; "- ;:/, !/!/^ Jobber le^ s,i .'• Ilge^is^a'iHapp^j^mbinatiQii ,cp!;tM f't't bp./sectn'^d,. bjv ' ^/'fdpzpij'' '^ciidors- io, -ti'e found, i' <:l?e,4ue]!i'tly anybo.dy-may-be afale jtc" ' ^V;tfn#:'h^r^':tKat work/ sbited^tbvhiR K,i '''■' ■ :■ h!£-.:;^Qijl': school . j's,;.a co-edueatipnai Junior i .;:";:^qs^;. ^Besiiasy';it:: hot. -onlyi/ai' jri'^agi'leulttiral; icpllpge^as-'its; n^i^, fini^-^r&rily;- /-'The coil^'gG ;fts\s V 'st'1' > a \...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 January 1920

r-snzr 7--M ■■ •' *- ■. rc ■ # . •S v?v -• iy. " >■ 'v'j \f r J- Published. weekly by the students, 0$ John1 f ^rlepqn Agrfcuhurai'Colr lege tbjoughout the 'college/year. Barton Lawson ,'20,— Editor . ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Ciinton Burnett ■_: '20 Luby, Lee Yoiirig i_ '20 Zelda Tubbs '2l Riley Yarbrough \'20,_,i Bus. Mgr. ; . franklin Matheny '21,, Asst. Mgr. gubscriptibn Rate, $1.50 per , year , Special Jpate of $1,00 for the Re- mainder iof this School Year. Stephenville/Texas, Jan. 27/ 1920 NEW COURSE IN ' PHYSieiAL TRAINING This; is he Senior issue of the J-Tac. ;.\Ye are at present inter- ested iii one thing—in leaving a record th^t will be of credit to. ua when we go from John Tarleton college. It has net been long; since we were in the Freshman/' class." We have just gone to school a little more and we are « ' With the; opening .of the new term, the Physicial Training De- partment will offer a course in School Gymnastics for the benefit pf those girls who,intend to teach next ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 January 1920

i>v I.1 <•. y • ': '"/' SERVICE " FILLING, STATION: .We 'are distributors -for- Southland -Tires GUARANTEED '• ADJUSTMENT. 7^500 'MILE BASIS ;•:/• . - Gasoline, .Oi%'.Tuhes,'Accessaries-;r.:- j.*);:! 'Ybtir Trade Will Be Appreciated ' ? '/jj.. L. -McKay .- "! ' C, E. McMo;rdie , }. ■ .■/ ■ '•'■^-Y'.'Y IBEMPOT EATING HOUSE .#;•:• ..." -V-V-'.... . -' " -; v v Good Eats at All Hours ■ "'*W - ; Just received a; fine assortment of •;; - Brown's Ifigh Grade; Chocolates ,.' - ■ Cigars-.■ Soda . Cigaretts ■ COURTESY AND SERVICE our Motto ' - ;: .Otwv-conception of the word Service; is to render, a performance equal to the ; expectancy of; our; Customers. ' El&;: AUT0 iOPFLf COMPANY; v -/■ .] -J ' I1'''' . '.A A,pE,€Ali:y - . ' Cold -Drinks/Cigars and Candies--. ry one, of: our I)ehver; Sandwiches - • -m ■: ■'• '1 .'■ ! - ;■'. /-'.West:Side}Sq^are';' < y'-\y : WE, APF^CIAT^:;^YOUR-'TRij)E < : Phone- 254: ■ § <: We are prepared to do all kinds of gal- ' . It " ■'* '* •■■ P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 27 January 1920

ri J- * 'V ■ i, ...,, BASKET J3ALL:; AT;' TARLETON . ■!; :\\f 't ,i '■ L1 ' ;■,'l\ ' .V , . ■ -**' >« *. i/-1. :> v': ■" j''.*/ i ■ i •'!.' <. \; ilOviji basket'baill'teaWmade a suc- : eessful trip to Abilene week, before '■laSft., ,;We say ' Successful'" b'ecause ; t'hey. not only succeeded in .win-' ;;nihg two out .of four games,but also; won. the! name-of being, a clean; bunch of athletes and good sports whether 'winning or .losing. As .the twO, teams Centered the , .Gym isfi ; Simmons . the. first''; night,' the student body, .gave rouging yells for their . .team, Tarleton, Stat^,. Championship and 90 to '0i' The next flight, however, after Our v ;bbys*had held them to a score of 25-lS'j the last: ye! wa:s lowered to . 5Q to Qi .: The game ended'with a . ; .score of !58 to 10 in favor ot'Bim- i lAoriSi 1 Both ga,mes \were marked by,, fast, clean . playing, There ;' . were, Vhbweyeiv:. siyeral humorous irieiclehts, such' as an ^ceas-ional wrestli;ng; match , between. . ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 February 1920

,,.1 'r-j> £.£ '. :i' * :; lvj. . '.'g'vrH'-"-" '"' . \".7. -< V-#.T , •"■■ ■'\v Vv '' * ■ ^v-''''^ r V- i ; .<* ,i; •' ' '' A X - ' $';.'i. ■■;■;■ , ^ -. - ■ \ IB? . d /. /- • ■ L '-1 ■ >'> • V-vi ;; ■■ . ••> V ..■ '.- ■• ',.r • ':. ■',.■■ : r ; j Volume 1.1 Number J.-, ; ' " ' ! ■'' , '' ( , > ' ' ' - ' " / ': JOHN' TARLETON AGRICULT.UAL COLLEGE, ^RAlS[CH OF TEXAS^A; & M.' ^OLI+EGty . Stephenvill?, Texas, Feb. 13,' 1920, • v 'f. : J '' 1 V v>5 ' C'«i MASQUERADE PARTY GIVE^ FORyATHLETIC BOYS Saturday night, promptly at 8 vo'c|oek;'masked guestsbegan to ar- rive at the Conservatory. , Per- haps 'the: most prompt' ond most distinguished of,. all - was His Sa- tanic Majesty. vHe appeared in his •familiar red attire and even the church members among us could not but be impressed by his suave manner, ' Mi> and Mrs.'Jones. Ar- rived- soon .after His Majesty. We 7 were ^lad to have them with us but are; sorry to state our fears, concerning,Mrs.: Jones' dispo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 February 1920

' -V • 1 ryrf" v, .v.- •'• ' A ' - ■ • • ■ 9- ■ ••' ^^CT«qs^gaa^ggK^t«MiftTOfgffiaiai aa:ga*>giBB -J- : ; ■/• •-.. 1. >• • ; Pubjlshecl; weekly by the Students •of John' Tarieton. AgriqulMral-'Ccl- '.lege .throughout the college.year. ■ Barton F.awson '20,_'_i-—.'Editor '« 1 ASSOCIATE. ^DITOSS: '. ■': ' .'.^piiiltori JBuriiett _'%0 'I.ucy Lee ;Youh.g. — '20 ' Z.elda Tubbs h_'_i—.'21 'Eiley Yarbrqugh '20,-1: Bus. Mgr. Jj Franklin' ^tfatheny '21,; Asst. Mg*\ PEHSONAt.;' jSF3FIC113$GY ' : ' .7—rr-—'• ^ A i Vital-; i^essiage ' vCo'acX} .>v'< ••• H&ys.>-"' >/." ft ... -. *i ■■ ;. , t ' Subscription /Rate, H>l;50-.per year Special Pate of; $1.00 for the Re- mainderof this, School Year.' Stepiphville, Texas, .Fe'fc. 13, 1920. • i *... ; - The Junior^ '. are proud• of the 1-lp-nVUege to put' out' this issue of ■r ihe J-TAC: • It gives m 'an outlet / '"fQ'r 'soihe-. of '.our.surplus' energy,1 ,M-'-:aniil,iiri:'6pportunity' Uj show Others -'that we,'are, ''there.", It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 February 1920

B. L.—"Well, I know that it |s lesip-' year, but I' prefer to, let you do1 the courting, yourself. Men are i .much better at .that than, women." Mrs, Chamberlin> "This -is .no .■•time .for fooling-—the 'justice is , waiting." ■' B. L.— 'The justice waiting!, iW^ell, I suppose that I hiutst go, but , the'thing, is sq sudden, and besides, I'd prefer a minister to do .il" — I li.v-i '.I.. ;•" . ' Mr. Smith'in Eng. 302: "Who ,, is this: man "Ibid" that'wrote .this .article?" ' ' , ' J Drydan, Harlqiv:'" ,"He 'was a •Greek; philosopher." ■ '. . Barton—i"That chicken we liad at the Dump for dinner \yas ^hatch- ed'by ,'an incubator, all . right, Fer- gie." - ■ Fergie—"How, do you know -Barton—"No chicken that , ever knew a mother's care Would ever have'turned out as, tough as'that one. -vvu/." ' ■ • . 1 "Did you order ham. arrd eggs?" asked the head waiter. Mr... Riley at thif' '.'Greasy Spoon."—'^Certain- ly, not, I humbly requested.them.". '.Be silent, or say :nothhlg better than sile...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 13 February 1920

; BS 7 -: "W-r, • _••• rf DORMITORY CHAT a $300,000.00 plant Is Being Erected " ; / ON OUR 15 ACRE SITE A few blocks from J. T. A. C. • %iU~refipe 4000 barrels-of oil per day,'.at an enormous profit to the invest- ors in the project. , < You are invited to become, a stock- holder in any amount above $10. ; Owing to delays in construction, 1 caused °by weather .,conditions our stock is. still.being sold- at par, which will con- tinue i'ora short time only. v": i ' /; ■■' ■ If you have a few dollars to invest you'll not be .able to find a safer or more profitable enterprise. the hogg creek refining co. - , ' ' > ' : 'V-', Capital $300,000 Capacity 4,000 barrels :' ^ ;STE?HENY"ILLEj TEXAS ' V- v< JOKES • p.eMtey: "Can; - you: take <$>* back bought here ; ■'■ Saleainjiit;' "iQidn't it suit;?" ,DeV^y> "1 don't know,, I didn't" She: "I appreciate the complir , merit, but I'm afraid; I could never make: you happy." •>;'-."J>oe"Sripw: "Oh, yes, yoil could.. You don't...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 February 1920

"Volume 1/ Number 7, JOHN TARLETON AGRICULTUAL COLLEGE, A BRANCH OF TEXAS' A. & M. COLLEGE Stephenville,, Texas, Feb.. 24, 1920 / THE BASKET BALL TRIP The basket ball team started on . their trip Monday, Feb. 2. They were' to play Thorp Springs the ..first two games but-, the Thorp Springs court being. too muddy, they went to Decatur where they played two hard fought games. Our bcjys defeated the Baptists the first day, which -v^as the sec- ond time in four years that they < , had been' beateij on their home , court. , ;Tarleton was the first juni- or college to mar their record The -teams were well matched and the score was riot far from be- o ing tied throughout, the entire game. But when the royal rooters began'to yell, "Break that tie," and there was only about two min- utes to play,' ■ the Tarleton, boys put out the best- there was in them. The tie was .broken all right, but Ernie Johnson brbke it with one 'if his' famous, corner shots. A'd- ams and Compton scored a fiel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 February 1920

i ' THE J-TAC Published semi-monthly by the Students of John Tarleton Agri- cultural College, throughout the college year. Barton Lawsoji '20, ; Editor ASSOCIATE EDITORS: Clinton Burnett ! '20 Lucy Lee Young '20 Zelda Tubbs '21 Riley Yarbrough '20,— Bus. Mgr. Franklin Matheny '21, Asst. Mgr. Entered a^ second class matter Nov 26,1919, under the act of Mar. 3 at the. postoffice a1^ Stephenville, Texas. 0361 'fZ 'SBX9J, 'enfAUoqdy'lg TH^ NEW SIGNAL SYSTEM POINTLESS POINTS Oklahoma University has a uni- que way of determing the beauty of all the fair sex. Nine shots out of ten the beauty will be that in name only. Simmons college has gotten her- self among the notables; over the death of ,the dog Dammit. The few words about Dammit will live with Roosevelts Dee—Lighted. Jack Johnson's "Chicken", Persh- ing's "LaFayette, we are here"and " Leonard Wood's, "I didn't get to fight." Abilene Christian College is very much stirred up over Deans Specks absence. He will be back if Fate decrees. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 February 1920

~T~ N .! I ! "4 V DUPLICATE ORDERS BAXLEY'S STUDIO From Cpllege Students who have had pictures made for the Annual, Can get any number of Pictures made from their Negatives for Fifty Cents Each. They come Cheaper by the dozen. . HAPPINGS ,AT£ ' ! THE DORMITORY THE DEPOT EATING HOUSE Good Eats at All Hours OYSTERS A SPECIALTY Just received'a fine assortment of Brown's High Grade Chocolates Cigars Soda Cigaretts COURTESY AND SERVICE our Motto Work For Myself tASV TQ 1U, we s seccm® PROF. AULT SICK Prof. Ault's absence last Wed- nesday was felt, and many of the band boys expressed their sympa- thy, Later it was rumored that he was to come no more. Rumors re- port Mr. Ault to be suffering from heart trouble. It is with great re- gret that we give him up, because he was such a talanted musician and a most excellent instructor in all band instruments. We. under- stand that Prof. Chas. Froh is to take charge of and direct the band. PUPILS RETURNING ■TA-5V TQ ri(A WHITE TO CLEAN or FILL Jus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 24 February 1920

,;S" : r ft' *n\ J; (?> ' Blood Purifiers that wil] tone up your sys tern for Spring Time For the Prevention or Treatment of Influenza.. THE CROSS DRUG STORE (( Rexall Store if KING & KING " , Abstracts of Land Titles , - BUSINESS ESTABLISHED 1893 Office in Court House — —r — Stephenville, Texas TO THE' FACULTX• The. faculty, the Tarleton faculty, What memories these words 7 ■ bring, , Of,hqw we worked and played, From fall until spring. First of course comes the Dean, "■■""He's interested in us, we .know. I We'll now sing 206. Byt did the boys sing? No! N$ct comes Mr. Gearald, with his ready smile, , , VVjjio is kept tiusy telling seniors -Srhey can graduate—afterwhile, Miss Pearl.must be the next, She's always willing to help, Therefore when we get demerits \Vq should itiev<?r yelp, Mr'. Davis, the'commandant, ' Js very popular too, i Even though he sometimes does mS.ke the boys feel almost blue, AM Mr. Hays, the coach, I mean, 'l3 dear to hearts of all, , For hasn't he ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1920

* BOOST TARLETON'S TE AM ! THE J-TAC Volumn i. Number 9,. JOHN TARLETON AGRICULTUA.L COLLEGE, A BRANCH 0? TEXAS'. A.-& M. GOLLEGE Stephenville, Texas, Mat;.23, 1920; MORGAN MILL IB 1 ENTERTAINED t There was. shouting in the air at. the school building at 'Morgan Mill last Tuesday night when a boat sailed in view over a nearby, hill with Capt, Marr at the wheel, Miss Lucy Lee Young and Claude . Kay on the lookout, Roy-Hudspeth anchored on the port side, Mr. Schinidt holding a high-toned air on the right, and A'dams, Mildred and- Monty parked in the rear to prevent skidding. The people knew that .something was 'going to hap- pen in their town that night— and it did. -The program was started by a lew selections by the quartette, • and the audience, wag carried away witji ,a reading by Miss Young about the "Cider . Press", She was called back the third time. Tal}£ about encores! The Morgan Mill people surely .do believe in them. But it seemed that both Miss Young and the quartette w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1920

Si*-- ■ ; if w'AV V ; ' THE MAC Published semi-monthly by" the * Students of John Tarleton Agri- cultural ^College throughout1 the college year. Barton Lawson '20,___—: Editor " ASSOCIATE EDITORS: ' Clinton Burnett '20 Lucy Lee Young —„ '20 -Zelda Tubbs '21 Riley Yarbrough '20,__ Bus. Mgr. franklin Matheny '21,■ Asst. Mgr. Entered as second class matter Nov 20, 1919, under the act of Mar. 3 at the postbffice at Stephenville, Texas. Stephenville, Texas, Mar. 23, 1920. Little more than two months re- main until the session of 1920 is gone, but make these " count most "of all. Our interest needs to be aroused before it' is too late. You will have th^ pjjportunity of see- ing sixteen or more baseball games on our own grounds. There will be recitals, ^parties, picnics, and. many other things we-.will want to attend, The state oratorical con- tent is to be held at Tarleton this y_ear, and our orators should rally —ere it will be too late. Let us a- wake, enjoy these things that are worth ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1920

T~r~ FOR BANKING SERVICE > G/ive us Your Business and we Assure You of Careful Attention at All Times. GAGE & CEOW BANKERS UNINCORPORATED Stephenville — — Texas WHEN IN STEPHNEVILLE STOP AT HOTEL PAULL ONE BLQCK SOUTH OF SQUARE Newly Furnished Phone No. 5 T. C. Wilson, Manager THE - YOUNG. ; '/'MAN-' He is the chap whose clothes judgment /s most . ' drastic,. ajiji that, is why ■ we- appreciate his unre- . served endorsement of - : ''.KAHJJ • Made to Measure CLOTHES ; 1h&Vil^ L :i,d thd W iSCWUl Ox '-h'^Vr; \tj splendid garments our style leaders. ; • v- . ■ / -' Youjig men know that in thes.eiixiasterjully tailored gar- . ments they get that combination of good looks, correct de- sign perfect detail, permanent shape and long-lived good- ness that all fastidious dressers demand. . And they know.-that they get more 'quality per.garment, " - No wonder they come here to -be measured for Kahn Ma d e-to-M r a s u r eel o ht e a. ■\ «v;. ■. RALPH E. -BEARD .GENTS FURNISHINGS - ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 23 March 1920

■V ■ • ' JUST FOR FUN f ' M., ■v ■-V- r ; A society man registered, "John Smith and his valet". Adams, not to be outdone, reg- istered, "Vernon' Adams and val- ise." : , " . ; . A negro was trying to saddle a -father unruly mule, when Claude Kay asked: ''Does the mlue ever kick you?" "No sah ; but he sometimes kicks whar I has just been." Jake Robertson; "I know my lesson, but 1 can't express it." . Mr, SmithV "Try parcel post." Freshie: "Huh?" . Soph. "What?" Juriior: "I didn't understand the question." Senior ; v "I didn't understand the nature of the interrogation," A track suit'is a suit more re- markable for what it airrt, than what it is. Miss Mitchell: "Well, now what was the matter with your speech,- Monty?" Monty: "I dunno." Miss,Mitchell: "Wh$t is the matter with those hands?" Monty: (Looking at his hands) "Dirty." Louise Pannill: "There'll be lots of men unhappy when I mar- ry." Martha R, "How's htat? You're just going to marry one, aren't you?" _ ( Captain Marr:_ "Frank,...

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