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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 20 October 1916

M Friday October 20 191C. THE PRISM Pago Five I NOTICE TO TERS! I have a large stock of I guns in both rifles and shotguns both pump and automatic and will sell you on easy terms of $5.00 down and $5.00 per month. Plenty of am- munition. Fee me. 1 I. L. MORGAN Phone 214 EARL BATTEX CAUGHT This morning we caught hlin polish- ing the hot chocolate urn at Kan- easter's Kandy Kitchen. It shines like silver and makes hot chocolate out of chocolate and sweet milk. They put a largo spoonful of whipped cream on each cup. A 'banana split looks little beside a cup of hot chocolate in this cold weather. frfrfrCMfr.. imiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiium Safety First Crating Citizens Dray Line M. M. CURRIER Prop. jjj g Hauling Storage fimiimmiiiiimiimimiiiimiimiiimiiiT LIFE. (By Lena McCorkle.) "Life is what we make it" Someone has truly said. Character is reckoned Before we all lie dead. Life and character are only Essentials we possess 'Till 'before the Judgment We stand each cursed or ...

Publication Title: Prism, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 20 October 1916

Page Six THE PRI8M Friday .October 20 191G Musings on Autumn. This is autumn the wlordcst and most clabornto season of the year! In- deed it is hard to really fathom Ihe attitude of autumn with her golden grain flaming colors and browning fields. Is she at carnival or is she growing "withered and sere" over the dying vegetable life? Merc human be- ings cannot tell there is something too infinite and grand in it all. In autumn the days shorten ami the nights lengthen. Work scorns at close of day to bo but half done. The actual accomplishing seems to be alto- gether too small In comparison to the needs of the hour. Life seems to bo but a pleasant day dream. We pass swiftly the golden days of autumn trict even this is not common. Few town people realize that autumn is here oh of course I quite agree with you that the business men surely real- ize it and profit by it; that people do get their new fall clothes cither to keep' in style or to keep warm which? Too the school children know i...

Publication Title: Prism, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 27 October 1916

tunic ox MciuniMt m THE PRISM TAYLOR BROS. Phono NOO Tfie Photographers of Tour Town GUYER the Tailor Phone 60 Volume! 1(1. dkowxwood tkxas fkhmy octohkk 27 ii Xuitilipr S NOT GUILTY IS VERDICT IN FELON CASE THEOIHHtlC COl'IlT T K I K S riEKATT CASE .ll'KY IS Ol'T ONLY FIVE MIXTTES. Because of the rcectpion for the football nion Inst Monday night five members of Theodorir who were on the program were absent. Those who were present arc really glad of the absence of the other. as it was the cause of an impromptu "kangaroo court' the equal of which is rarely pulled off oven after weeks of prepa- ration. Upon proper motion it was decided 1 hat the program for the night should he postponed until Monday night; October 150 and a mock trial should be the entertainment of the evening. Hon. Richard Roper was elected judge. He immediately appointed a grand jury. Hurley Smith and Larue Cox were chosen attorneys for the state Robert Eaton court stenog- rapher and Earl Rogers sheriff. Ry the time...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 27 October 1916

TltE rftTSM Friday October 2" 1916 TRINITY 100 STRONG FOR YELLOW JACKETS A DREAM. (By E. J. Pylc.) I had a dream last night so strange I Yet real it seemed to bo: I surely thought Miss I.. Mad come to visit me. Pago Two i"! (Continued from jmibc 1.) Rugol center; (Joodloe right guard; Anderson right tackle; Hryant right end; Ksest left half; T. Ferguson right half; C. Ferguson fullback; Flncher quarter. Substitutions F. Fuqua for Bryant Overall for King King for Flncher C. Ferguson for King F. Fuqua for Ferguson at full- back Carr for Fuqua at end C. Fuqua for Carr at tackle Smith for Goodloe -Moore for Weir Ring for Rugcl. HOWARD PAYXli IJrooks center; Sanson right guard; Earp left guard; Moore right tackle; Patterson (cap- tain) left tackle; Menry right end; Green left end; Goodwin quarter; Shelton fullback; Stuart right half: Chadwlck left half. Substitutions Barton for Chadwick Watson for Henry Henry for Watson Brooks for Earp Camp for Brooks McChristy for Green Woodruff for McC...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 27 October 1916

Friday. October 27 lOlfi. THE PRISM Pago Three cans many years source one is able to draw vivid lec- tures of its surroundings In former Impressions f n Vlsll lo the Alamo nized it at once as that of David In studying the history of Texas' CrcikL'11 011c of tho llcroos who Slive 4 1I1I3 life in the sicgo of 1S3G. A little one learns a great deal about the oldifarJhcr on cn(cm R sdo door cnil. Alamo from the time It was built ' mR nf n sinan Poonii And wheI1 i until it was captured by tho Moxl-'got In 1 found that it was the room later. FYom tills in winch uowie lay wounded wlion lie 'asked bis comrades to carry bis cot across the death line. A few feet away on the same side of the build- days and estimate to some extent the ( . WJlH . lool. lending into an ad- seriousness of the conflicts it b.is Journing room which was used by the passed through but not until ono''OH'8 hi the early days ror a bury- actually goes within the walls of this j lg ground. In this room there was historic ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 27 October 1916

Pago Four THE PRISM Friday October 27 1910 THE PRiS Published every Friday by the .'stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Filtered at (lie Posl Office at Brown- wood Texas. as second class mail matter. ED PERRY Kdilor-in-Cliicf WILLIAM HAYWOOD Business Mgr. With the Exchanges FRIDAY. OCTOP.FU I !i I Downtown Office Bulletin Building. Phone Tl. College Office- Room HO Admlnistralion Building Phono J-1 20. Residence SWi Melwood Phone -' Plume I's Yom- I.iltcs and DisliKcs. .Moral Sciiliinciil. Sentiment is not a widespread whim it is mi active force. Moral .sentiment is crystallised piibli." opiiifou In aclien for I lie right There Is quite a difference in csent which We have received only a few ex- changes so far. We hope to receive more later on. We are glad (o ex- change with all who will exchange with us for it is a help lo both. Wo like to know what other r.ehools and colleges are doing and we like for I hem lo know what we are doing. We have received the following ex- changes: "Tl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 27 October 1916

Friday October 127 IJilii. TUB pkism Page Five House That Saves You Money the Get the habit of dropping in at this store every time you come to town. There will always be something new to show you and you will really want to see. We have complete lines of standard merchandise for men women and children and you can always be sure that you have gotten your money's worth when you buy here. We cater to the college trade and carry goods especially designed to please you. You can make no mistake in buying your fall needs here. The Roussel-Robertson Company "The House That Saves You Money'5 lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll WWII lllllllllllllll A Nnv Kwiiwiislli' Stsii. Wtili all ilio experiences and fa. Ms of my fifteen ears of evangelist!'- work I have seen nothing quite up to the point we attained in the re- vival meeting which we closed in Vivian Sunday night September 2. p.cfrjre it bean I had brought all the experience of my whole ministry into its preparation. Nothing was left undon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 27 October 1916

Pago Six THE PRISM Friday October 27 1916 S TALKS TO IUt. JOHN' W. SXYDEK DENTIST 10I5 llrownwood National Hank Bids. Phone 172 IN CHAPEL MIM STUDENTS L IB. MtAMlOX Drnllst. 202 Hrownwood National Hank nidg. Phono 11 ?. 1r Sanitary Barber Shop A Clean Towel for Every Man S. P. BUCKLER Prop. J. II. Staton ! For Good Things to Eat Phones 373 and 372 SULLY Wants Your Whiskers 208 East Baker Street Figure Your Lumber Bill With H. H. HARDIN Steve White UP-TO-DATE SHOEMAKER Repairing a Specialty Wm Cameron & Co. Incorporated LUMBER Brownwood - - Texas The Elite Cigars Cigarettes and Tobaccos Shines 5c 208 Center Cleanest Bakery in the City Best Bread - - Cakes urn Bon Bakery OX Dr. .Minis pastor of the First Bap- tist church .save an interesting tnlk in chaiiol Wednesday morning. His talk was on "The Fundamentals of Life." He said the first fundamental is to know the value of time. In or- der to do this we must study our task and get a vision. Anyone who docs his work well must have a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 27 October 1916

Friday October 27 1916. THE PRISM Y. 31 t A 'otcs. Page Seven sent? Will you not be hohest with The Young Men's Christian Ahxo- yourself honest with your parents elation is the medium through which '0' school and to thut vast host of the student exercises and develops fronds who are watching so closely his spiritual life. It is not for the ' """ s anxiously your development? name that wo love it. It Is for what Ij0's 'l0 u man. He a red-hlooded It stands. It stands for an all round nan- man physical mental and spiritual. No phase of man's development is left out. But here in Howard Payne where we have no physical (Miuiu- V. W. ('. A. Tlie V. W. C. A is making rapid progress. Every member seems to ment in the way of buildings swim- l'0-'1 (bat it is her duty to make the ming pools gymnasiums and game rooms and at the same time where the phases are taken care of to some extent by other departments we arc limited in a large measure only to development of th sepiritual side of the sturo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 27 October 1916

Page Eight THE PRISM Friday October 27. 1910 NOT GUILTY IS VERDICT IN FELON CASE (Continued from page 1.) Into the Neel rooming house. Mr. Garrett was the last witness for the state. Oren Newman after being sworn stated that he was Picratt's room- mate. He said they were together from 6 o'clock until 11 on the night of Friday October 13 191G. As soon aa supper was over they went to a picture show. At the corner of II. P. C. campus they met Roscoe Brooks as they returned to their room. The time of this meeting was about 0::0. They merely exchanged customary greetings and passed on. Roscoe Brooks testified that ho went to the room of Charles Moore at the Neel rooming house Friday night October 13 and while there heard a disturbance in Cottage Home chicken yard. He did not go out to see -what was the matter for some five minutes for fear of being shot. About 9:30 o'clock he left 'Moorrts room and returned to his own room on Main avenue passing Pleratt and Newman at the corner of H. P. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 3 November 1916

Uhi W aifc.MOu At THE PRISM TAYLOR BROS. Phono 800 The Photoitrapticn of Tour Tnnn GUYER the Tailor Phone 60 K mm nif' i 'iv WFi.ii.i-mm- Volume 10. BR0WXW00D TEXAS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 3 1J)1 Xo. 0 DR. MIMS ADDRESSES YOUNG YELLOW JACKETS GIRLS DORMITORY DR. GILL GIVES YOUNG WOMEN STING COLEMAN VISITEHY SPOOKS CHAPEL TALK AX ALLROUXD WOMAN IS OXE DEVELOPED PHYSICALLY MENTALLY SPIRITUALLY The Y. W. C. A. enjoyed a special program Wednesday afternoon in the way of an address by Dr. L. J. Mims pastor of the first Baptist church of COLEMAX TEAM PUTS UP GAME FIGHT BUT WERE OUTCLASS- ED BY. H. P. C. SCRUBS. It seems that the little Yellow Jackets are determined to offset the loss of games by their big 'brothers by winning a few themselves. They Brownwood. Dr. Mims said some i defeated Coleman high school in n very interesting and helpful and fast game last Saturday by a score ot some perhaps unusual things about 13 to 6. They defeated Ballinger high the threefold development of woman several d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 3 November 1916

THE PRISM Friday. November 3 1010 GIRLS DORMITORY VISITED BY SPOOKS iiiimiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiimiiimiiiimiimiimmimiiimiiiiimiii J. F. EVANS Livery Sinirlc ntiil Double Hijrs (ientle Siiddle Noises Phone 722 (Continued from page 1.) Page Two L BOYSEN'S MARKET Choice Meats of all Kinds Fish ;uil Oysters in seiison Phone 444 if busy call 443 MiOWNWOOl) TEXAS Hardware Implements and Furniture Neel Hardware Co J. P. M'LESKEY Headquarters for fancy rc- nairinir and rubber Heels Go to W. H. DODSON For first-class Shoe Repairing at the lowest possible prices. Old Opera House Fisk Ave. Fresh Clean Groceries Delivered Quickly EVANS BROS. STUDENTS Get Your Lunch Goods Fruits and Candies at Melwood Grocery PHONIC Kill OR Subway Grocery j IMIONH .'(III McCUTCHAN. Prop. C. A. I Pete And erson BARBER at The SOUTHERN Hotel Appreciates the Student's Trade kkmh8mSm.m8m;m5h- i A Complete Line of J I Staple and Fancy i: Groceries Always on Hand and at ; ; the Right f rices John F. Wilson...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 3 November 1916

Friday November 8 MUG. THE PRISM Pago Three X ? T Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y ' MM3M2Mgp2MMq2S & New Arrivals in Trimmings and Shapes $ Special Prices on f Everything in Millinery 45JJJ'MS3tt Jm55m2m5mJ5mI : Mrs. H. K. LockJin I We Are Neutral We treat the boys of both colleges alike and save all a few dollars on every order Join our Cleaning or Pressing Clubs and get your shoes shined every day for the same money. Roy Byrd THE TAILOR PHONE 867 A. M. Davis Green h House ?. '; Gut Flowers and Pot Plantr 70 Fisk Avenue' .18 JOHN BARBER'S Barber Shop Caters to Student Trade When Down Town Stop at The Grill Cafe And Get a Meal or Lunch OPEN ALL DAY 209 Center Ave. Phone 465 Cleanest Bakery in the City Best Bread and Cakes Bon Bon Bakery i K nt run re i:iiiiiiiintlniiM. i All the first class colleges in Texas sire under a common contract to give ftitnmce examinations to all persons seeking admission inio the freshmun class unless such persons hold di- 1 plomas showing graduation in af- filiated ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 3 November 1916

Pan. Four THE PRISM Friduy November 3 1916 jrjTEjPRjisjyi Published every Friday by the stu- dents of llowiird Payne College. Kn ered at the Post Office at Hrown- wood Texas as second class mail matter. Kl) PERKY Kditor-in-Chief WILLIAM HAYWOOD Ilusiness Mgr. '2'3L(fc KUIIMY. NOV'KMMKU H HUG Downtown orflci liiillctin Hiilbilim Phone 22. I'ollcye Office Itoom :!n Ad.niuistiation Muilding Phone .l-IL'O. Itesideueu Ml! .Mel woo. 1 Phone K-SN1 l'hoi:e I's Your Liken mid IHslil.cs Holiest) in School Work. There aie inanj things connected with school life that may cause pupils to no wrong and perhaps the hardest hint; for a pupil to do is to lie hon- est in every respect with his class- maies his leathers and even himself. Pupils can very easily impose on l he good nature of liteir classmates and copy their lessons. They do not seem to reali.e that this is not hon- est They can very easily see tha steling of m ucral things is unfair nit they can not see that copying a lesso nis stealing ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 3 November 1916

Friday November ! 191G. THE PRISM Page Five SULLY Wants Your Whisker 208 East Baker Street XJmJmJ Send Her YOUNG YELLOW JACKETS STING COLEMAN (Continued from pane 1.) Sanifary Barber Shop A Clean Towel for Every Man S. P. BUCKLER Prop. J. H. Staton For Good Things to Eat Phones 373 and 372 DR. JOHX y. SNYDEK DENTIST 403 Brownwood National Bank Bldg. Phone 472 IMl. BRAXDOX Dentist 202 Brownwood National Bank Bldg. Phone 11G. lr J. J. HAYES & CO TAILORS French Dry Cleaners Next to Chamber of Com- merce. Phone 320. NORWOODS Barber Shop Invites You to Visit Them luiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimitiiiiimm S Safety First Grating 5 Citizens Dray Line M. M. CURRIER Prop. E Hauling Storage 5 Tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiif aiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin E. B. Henley & Co. 5 Brownwood Texas E Headquarters for E Bargains in Real 1 Estate Best Fire Insurance Tiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim a forward pass. Brown of Coleman received a stvo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 3 November 1916

. fu .. t ll.-UlHA Pago Six THE PRISM Friday November 3 lW Sanitation in handling Groceries And fair treatment are J3o small things to be considered n the purchase of your J. able delicacies and our A.'m 's at all times J o give our customers the best. n considering our store remember ar store is clean Jjot a rat not a mouse here. Terry & Whaley "They Sell the Best" Students Are especially invited to visit my Greenhouse. Al- ways assured of courteous and fair dealings. Have jurt received a shipmentof Bulbs. Grow a few in your rooms. Kirs. G. L. Sterfins Pbone 249 Cor. Baler and Booker An Accident. lie was a dnshlng young sport. His attire was up to the last notch from his crimson tic socks and handker- chief to his bewitching pompadour. She was a pretty little thing with mischievous brown eyes and auburn hair. These two young creatures were sitting on the bank of a beau- tiful little stream enjoying the de- lightful June weather. Just above them a huge oak spread its leafy bough...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 10 November 1916

ViMHiiuf .r . THE PRISM TAYLOR BROS. Phono NIM The PliotcuJr.iphcri of Your Town GUYER the Tailor Phone 60 Volume 10. nitowxwoon texas iuiday. xoyemher io iuio. Number 10 S1U0ENI SECRETARY BRITTQN BADLY STUNG IR. M'GARVEB WHERE DID IRE 17 OF I. P. A. COMING BY YELLOW JACKETS LECTURES TO Y. M.G.A. CLASS COME FROM y. (.'KATIIIVKIjIj IS HECOUXIZEI) KM) IM'XS VXD LINK I'UXUIXU SEVEHAL STHlKXTS HEAR TINS A LINE UP OX THE SEXIOKS AM) AS KI'EAKEK OF tMSIAE FKATI'llKS HAKTOX IS 1IKST EXPEKT OX INTERESTIXU HOW THEY CAME AIUMTY. S. V. Grathwel new Southern dis- tinct .secretary of the I. I. A. is be- ginning a first tour ..unong tlie col- logos and universities of Texas. .Mr. Uralhwell h.is large plans for extend- ing tile work; he is the strongest man ever engaged in f. I'. A. work of the Southern states a speaker of unusual ahili'.v a man of tense per- sonality and a very able student leader. His coming to our college will be an event worth while and one which will .strengthen the student w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 10 November 1916

Page Two THE PRISM Friday November 10 1916. PHILOS ELECT REPRESENTATIVE tative to the Oratorical council. The splendid program 'being well rendered was very inspiring. The de- bate "Resolved that we should adopt student self government now" was won by the negative. Three new members were added to our society. Each meeting is wel- comed with that liveliness of deep concern which makes anything worth while. JCfCp5 The Season's Neweft Things IN GARMENTS Are to be Found in Our Garment Department at all Times FItlDAYtt PKOUKAM IS ItATHEll SPOOKY BI'T KNTEK- TAILING. The Philos held their regular meet- ing Monday night with a good attend- ance and much enthusiasm. The spirit of this society is as it should be always giving zeal and encour- agement to its many members who as students experience numerous trials in their school activities from day to day. The good feature of this week's meeting in addition to a very inter- esting and instructive program was the transacting of an immense amou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 10 November 1916

Friday November 10 191C. THE PRISM Page Three YOUNG YELLOW JACKETS DEFEATED JJOBHY BINGHAM'S FAST RUNNING CAUSES SCRUBS TO LOSE A GAME. (Brownwood Morning Herald) Yesterday afternoon the Daniel Ba- ker scrub team proved more than a match for the 'Howard Payne scrubs the Daniel Baker team work and Bob- bie Bingham resulting in four touch- downs for the kids. Yesterday was the best "football" day that has visited Brownwood this .year cool with no wind nor dust. The very kind of day that engenders fast snappy football. From the first down the Daniel Ba- ker bunch showed that they -were more than at match for their oppon- ents. The latter however put up a good fight all the way through the game and with two or three more men like Dossey E. Watson Perry and Eubanks the two teams would have been more evenly matched. Pieratt Jiuug ibuohx pooMtuvojg JOS KOQXY1IU 'JKI NORWOODS Barber Shop Invites You to Visit Them WHEN YOU NEED LUMBER CALL 35 ROCKWELL BROS. & CO. iiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiniiiiiii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 10 November 1916

Pago Four THE PRISM Friday November 10 1916. THE PRIS Published every Friday by the stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Entered at the Post Office at Brown- wood Texas as second class mail matter. ED PERKY Editor-in-Chief WILLIAM HAYWOOD Business Mgr. Downtown Office Bulletin Building Phone '22. College Office Room :0 Administration Building Phone J-120. Residence Ml! Mel wood Phono R-SSJ I'liouc Is Your Likes and Dislikes ' VjjTTliik FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10 P.Uli. Last Monday the cllow Jackets won their first game this season. Whore were you'.' About one-fifth of the student body w.is out to support the team. They enjoyed the victory. The other four-fifths missed this pleasure. Howard Payne's rooters have alwajs attracted much atten- tcntion and caused much comment Localise of their loyalty to their teams. Let us keep up this reputa- tion. Wo have two more games on the local gridiron. Let every stu- dent be present to cheer the boys on to ictor. An llmic.'t .Man. If it were possible fo...

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