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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 16 December 1915

Pago Six TIIK PRISM Thursday December 1 1915 - --" -- --- ntiment rmn. wmrj a t nt w j-emt-VJiacar-WKaM- .iif-vt.ftrtri-rnvtTrt.!MtJ.vU?i.JMi Sense and Se wl "VX3UK picture with a kindly sentiment makes the most Charming NEW YEAR'S CARD & You Supply the Sentiment We'll Supply the Picture iw"wirvtiw hi - i-wt e-tKw Y f $ H Quality Photographs BROWNWOOD ROS. TEXAS Y. H. C. A. As the old year is drawing; to a close and we are about to begin on a new year perhaps it would be of into est to the Howard Payne students to know something; of what we have been doing in the Y. W. C. for the p:ist term. Willi .Miss Osoe Maodgcn as president .Miss Velma Lindsey as sec- retary and Miss Dollic Glover as treasurer we have started on a very successful year's work. Besides our oflieers we have several committees who are at work. The Program Committee with Mis Me- Christy as chairman has ai ranged the programs for the meetings we have had each Wednesday. This com- mittee with the aid of the presid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 16 December 1915

Thursday December 1(i 1015 THK riHSM Page Seven ......; "I .. SAM BRIN 4 4. . rins Sensational Sale On Ready Made Wear Notice Prices All $27.48 Tailored Suits Now $21.00 All $22.50 and 23.50 Suits $18.00 All $17.50 Tailored Suits Now $14.50 All $25.00 Tailored Suits Now $19.75 All $20.00 Tailored Suits Now $15.00 All $15.00 and 14.48 Suits Now $12.50 All $13.48 and 11.50 Suits Now $9.95 ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT TO DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING SAM BRIN 1 SI "' ----I CHRISTMAS GIFT! If ou wish to inaki- a useful anil sensible gift ti parents or friend.. come ti Dili" -tinv and -rt' what we have and learn quality and prices. We will take pleasure in showing you through. ! I EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. BROWNWOOD TEX. Try Us On CLDANING and PRESSING RUSSEL & LEWIS We Arc On The Campus H. E. DUNSWORTHJ Wants your second-hand j furniture. .. 107 MAYS f EAT JNO. F. WILSON'S COLLEGE BRIEFS Dr. Uatcn attended the meeting: of X. The 'i GUOCERIKS AT TIIKSK PRICES- ); Ik uiii.L- sl1r:i- $1. .").") . v. ....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 16 December 1915

Page Eight THE PRISM Thuishiy December 10 1915 .. What Are You Going To Get For Christmas Gifts? Let Us Help You Select Them From The List Below. .J. Kid Gloves Silk Sweater. Handkercheifs In boxes Silk Novelties of any kind Silk Veils Felt Slippers Manicure Sets Knit Caps. Kimona-. Robe Hlankets. Silk Hose ull colors. Silk Head-searf. Pennants. Tie- in boxes. Son in Silk or Lisle. Kelts. Shirts I tain Coats. Sweaters Men's (ilnves. Tie and Srnrf I'nis in box. Hansen's Kit) Gloves. 'ane Caps. Fanc Suspenders in boxes I lose Supporters. Collars Maekinaw Coats. BURT NORWOOD fr - )-4-j-i v i $ j- j $$ J-5 j-j-j J j $ I TO THE FACULTY AND STUDENTS OF j HOWARD PAYNE COLLEGE I The Ollieers and Direetors of tills Institution wish to express their appreciation of your patronage and extend to you their best wishes for a Hrlght and Prosperous New Vear. r: lJ: l 12 L I BROWNWOOD TEXAS THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT OFH. P. COLLEGE Y. M. C. A. Iluw Many Will You Make With a Gift? Happy MORE EQUIPMENT FOR...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 16 December 1915

TlmiMlny D. comber Hi 191 5 THK PRISM Puk .Vine UNCLE JOE'S HAP- PIEST CHRISTMAS I 'or ni.s L'liclc .loeV "C'hrismas Kit"' wii1- tin (ii st Krcctiim heaid on Clnistmi's nmininjr in the homo of .Mr. .lame- William Keith of Virginia. Had lu known this- moininjr what with to l)o his "Chiisinat jyi f" ho would have mado hi-. jriceliuK much earlier than Usual. Tor todaj was to ho tho hap- piest ol his man; Chiistniiis dny.s. Sovon oais hofoio Mr. Keith had bought Undo Joe not beeau&e lie wanted him for ho was too old for much work but because his master was cruel to him. .Vol only had his master woiked him to haul but he had broken his heait he had sold his wife. Durinu his sovon yoais on the Keith plantation he had won the hearth of his master and mistiess and their three children. They had been kind but Uncle .loo had not fin gotten his sonow. Every Christmas the family had to listen to his story of how .Mi- randa had been taken away from him "sold befo' hi.s very eyes" and ho was ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 16 December 1915

THK PULSM Thursday December lf 1915 r THE DAY-LIGHT STORE Add to your prosperity by trading at the Day-Light Store the home of ipjullty inerchnndlsi and low pi lce. Yon will II ml hnigniiis in the few prices quoted here. The prices are good for two weeks. He -.lire to visit our -.1 ne -"The 1) i -Light Siute " ( "lit i-ima jrtf t- worth giving. The abundance and variety of our line of tneichandlse will iniike your Hiding a pleasure and the moderateness of our prices will astonish ou. Page Ten Men's Suits choice of stock including serges values to .$25.00 $15.00 Men's Overcoats new ones .5.00 to $20.00 AT W OFF Boy's "Hercules" Suits abso- lutely all wool shower proof pants lined none better $5.00 Boy's Suits $1.50 und up. Overcouts $I!.50 und up. Men's Sweaters GOc to $1.."0. Boy's Sweaters 25c to $1.50. About 50 Men's Suits small sizes $10.00 and $15.00 val- ues at $5.00 Men's Suits made to measure all wool $15.00 About 50 Men's Coats and Vests from $10.00 to $20.00. Suits Small si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 14 January 1916

J kodak i)i:i:i.ui'i.( I'l.'INriNC. I'.NI. VltC.INC. t'dt ncuUr I. lorn 1 nrn h il-t the Vin lint Hi. ilt TAYl.OH HKOb. .STUDIO i'AlK'O.NIZM JVJo Aiulvt'Kost's is uiti.i; Mini' Volumu 15 HUOWNWOOD. TEXAS. J V.M ARY II l!ll(i Number 20 HE SM DRS. GAMBRELL AND TMIETT LEADERS IN THE CAMPAIGN lit till' Inlcicsl ill ll.ipli.it KcllooK Will be Here January 21-22. A Carelul Campaign i1 Meing Planned in Brownwood. The task to which llupti.sts in the Stale have addressed themselves in the inteiest of Christian Education is 'o gieat and vvoithy it seems to chal- lenge all of our p ople. I'eihaps the busiest pastor and most sought after ruin in the .state has seen lit to can t (d all previous en-jane ' e U.s on i .vh it'll v. as to conduct a meeting in Chicago University ami leave liis gn at dun cli the I "ir.it Maptist Church of Dallas to become leader in this cam- paign for the uest two months. All of the attention and energies of the denomination will he in the intcn.it of Jiis move. I)i'. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 14 January 1916

Page TVO THK IMMSM Friday Jiinimry 14 1!)1( THE PRISM 1'ublUhed every Thursday by the Stu- dents of Howard Payne College. Entered ut the Post Office at Brown- wood us Second-Class Mail Matter Subscription Price SI. 00 per year J4 STAFF C. K. Lancaster - - Editor-in-Chief Ouee Maedgen Ruth McCauley Carrie Camp Willard Taylor W. It. White Ethel Neal Frank Weeden Hurley Smith Associate Editor Associate Editor V. VV. C. A. Editor Y. M. C. A. Editor - - Athletics Social Editor Exchange Editor - Business Mgr. W. B. Higginbothum - Asst. Mgr. W. B. Higginbotham Circulation Mgr. Student Self (lovcrnment. According to the universal opinion of the Baylor student body student self government us had in that insti- tution is a failure in so fur as carry- ing out the purpose which the name signifies. This is claimed to be due to the fact that student self govern ment in that institution is a misnoma. The students believe that if the fac- ulty will entrust them with enough power to make student sel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 14 January 1916

Friday .January M JOK! THK PRISM V:ko. Three -;; ;;- ; :;- ;;::;! ;: .;..;. .;.. ;..;..-. XiERS : 8 Announces the early show- ing of New Late Winter and Early Spring Merchan- dise. SUITS DRESSES In the New Season's Styles in beautiful materials and correct ) coiors. You are invited to see these new ones. (Second Floor) R. " ROGERS Watch This Store '.;' KITIllKNCY IN UTKKAKY SOC1KTY WOIJK A mood many people think that lit- erary society work is a mere tiilline;. Theiv Hie two reasone for this. One is that they do not know enuuuh about it anil tlu- other one is that we do not make .society work as ellieient as we should. 'I'll'1 lirst reason depends on the last one. If we were more efficient others would come to .see tin' impor- tant' of the woik more and more. What is the purpose of .society work? The purpose that you hear most about is that society work is to develop us socially and mentally. These words express a eood ikul. We are developed socially and mentally to a certain extent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 14 January 1916

Page Ten THE PUISM Friday Junuary 14 1910 i !$ $ ml 3i-S'$..f .. .$.$. . -! 5- -$ ! $ - fr $ OLD JEWELRY MADE NEW J- t Briny; us your old broken Hmoeh: tlne lllus ou have discarded: any old Gold. Jewelry you niu Imw. We will make It up Into new und up to dull jewel rj forvou Special design- and prleo furnished fiee. ARMSTRONG JEWELRY CO. "THE GIFT STOKE" ..j....;..;...- .;..;. .;. .;. ... . ....;..;. .5.4. ATTEND COLLEGE BRIEFS There has been siverul new students classified since the holidays. Miss Leah Wagnon is out of school on account of an attack of appendi- citis. Miss Lucile Fiiz.el of Goldthwaite and a former student of the college j is now established at the dormitory. We arc glad to have such students witli us again. A Cheer From Nature.. T. H. King Take a social hour with nature Ask why the Holds are not gicen. If the leaves should be mature They come back not unseen. Take away nature's forces And give to us air impute? Rid not the garden of her roses Ask not heaven and ea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 21 January 1916

THE PRISM I'ATUOMXI-: Polo AndorHon's Hltlti:i SHOP Volume 15 BROWNWOOD TEXAS. FRIDAY JANUARY 21 l'Jlfi Number 21 kodak developing PKINTING ENLARGING I'urtkuLt Kirnrlk Tulieii tit g.t llir Vtrt lltl Keiulli TAYLOR BROS. STUDIO Y. W. C. A. TO CELE- BRATE ANNIVERSARY All AHsociations of (ho World It) Celt-brute Fiftieth Anniversary in (irund Jubilee. "Over seven hundred student Asso- clatioiis will have special programs during February 1!)1(J besides the ".00 cities and counties celebrating at the same time. The whole country will be aware of the Young Woman's Christian Association. The greatest result coming from this celebration will be the un.sen immeasurable ways by which Christ is made more fullv known to women students." The Y. W. C. A. of Howard Payne is to enter this celebration and we are going to derive much beuelit from doing so. We have arranged special programs for each meeting during r'ebruary and invite every girl in the college to attend them whether she is a member or...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 21 January 1916

TIIK l'ULS.M Friday .! miliary 21 l!M(i 1'agc Two THE PRISM l' lili.x'ni'd ;ery I'riday liy Hit Ktu- l"iils nl' lluwaid Payne College. Kutcred at tin- I 'ost Office at lirown- u.od as iji'CDiul-CIass .Mail Matter. Subscription Price - $1.00 per year STAFF ('. K. Lancaster. - - Kditor-iu-Chief 0"ee Maedgcn - Associate Kditor Associate Kditor V. V. C. A. Kditor Y. M. ('.A. Kditor Until McCauley Carrie 'aiii Willaid Taylor. V. U. W'liile Klliel Xeal Frank Weiclrii. Ilarley Smilli. - - Athletics Social Kditor Kchnnge Kditor - Ilusiness Mgr. V. I!. Iligginbolhnin - Asst. Mgr. Y. 1!. Higginhotlinm Circulation Mgr. The lack of eo-oieration is doplor- alilo in I Seward Payne. The one givat draw hack that stands in the v.a of a better organization of the studi-nt body is this deficiency. It is not the faculty nor the buildings nor the president which make a colleg. prosper and succeed; but rather the lij'hl attitude and pulling together of th "iiidentfc. Uecently there was a meeting of the g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 21 January 1916

Friday .lunuary 21 1!)1(! TUB PRISM Page Three THE MERCHANDISE YOU NEED NOW! AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Men's and Boy's Suits Men and Hoy's Overcoats Sweaters Scarfs and Caps. MUST ALL GO Ladies' Coat Suits Ladies' and Children's Coats Rain Coats Kimonas GREATLY REDUCED Comforts and Blankets All at a low Price. Visit Our Store. JUST IN 20 Doz. New Middies at the the prices of 50c AND $1.00 Let Us Share In Your 1916 Shopping. F. R. Smith & Son STUDENT GOVERN- MENT IN COLLEGE Try The Prism For Advertising. A Necessity In tlu' College of Today. Student-government lias been intro- duced in many of tin- colleges and uni- versities and in fact it litis been in- troduced in some of the High Schools. It litis piovcd a great success wherc- over it lias been used. It is a groat benefit to both teachers and students. It is it groat advantage to the teach- er in several ways. It relieves the teacher of a great dual of worrying. If the students govern themselves the teachers do not have to be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 21 January 1916

Fane Four THE PRISM Friday January 21 1910 ..; ..- ;; -j" ;; j....' -!'555 j. - i .J. $ ! $ $ J T Do Your Eyes Give Trouble? Y Do You Have Headache f Then Sec our Optometrist. Wc Fit the Glasses that Fit. ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY ! if v . : . . ATTEND COLLEGE BRIEFS Divnvs hud just bought a pair of shoos nuiiiher well never mind. Any- X way Me and Alec were trying to per- ! Frank and Jessie Hettis of May SU!ulo hol. thal t10 slloc . uul iv. I called on their sister Inez Sunday CM hor un extraiicly had deal. "Wliy .. nvcniiiK. tlioy'rc no more alike than Mutt and .j. Jeff" discouraged Alec. "Aren't Miss Leah Wunon is rccoveriiiK thoy jusl!.. nK.t. jjc. I'd like to ' from an attack of appendicitis. kl0W w)yv" asked Drews hoKinninn to he anxious. Y Ilarley Smith is hack in school af- ..T.y wearinK tlom iot t)lc ter a sit-KP of illness. smnc ' foot WU)J thp ne.ir.spnsiblo .- answor. SAM BRINS ID -WINTER CLEARANCE SALE! M .vswziru BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT i .. - .j. .J. .J. .J J. J ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 28 January 1916

THE PRISM PATROMZi: IVU' AiuIithoiVs itsi(iti:it shop Volume 15 UROWNWOOl) TEXAS FRIDAY JANIAItY 28 1916 Vol. No. 22 KODAK DEVELOPING PRINTING- ENLAHCING Particular Etforti Taken lo gt the Very Beit Keiulu TAYLOR BROS. STUDIO MIDWINTER DEBATE FEB. 4 Prof. Lee Ilodenhamer of San Marcos Gives a Medal to Best Speaker Captain J. H. Rogers a Cup to Winning Team. The evening of February 4 in the college auditorium the Philo and The- odoric debate will take place contest- ing for the Rogers Cup and Boden- humcr Medal. The question is "Resolv- ed That Both Our Army and Navy Should be Substantially Increased." The Philos have the afllrmative side and are represented by A. Taylor and C. K. Lancaster. The Theodoric team is G. Brooks and J. B. Matlock. IF I WERK A MAN A . YOl'NG MAN AND KNEW WHAT I KNOW TODAY. If I were u man u young man and knew what I know today. 1 would look into the eyes of life un- daunted By any fate that might threaten me. 1 would give to the world what the world most wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 28 January 1916

Page Two THE PRISM Friday January 28 191C THE PRISM "Laugh and the World etc' 't! !!' ;...;-.;.-.;. .;... -;..;..-4. ...;. .;. .;. .;.- .;;.. 'S1 ! . Published every Friday by the Stu- dents of Howurd Payne College. Entered at the Post Office at Brown- wood as Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Price - $1.00 per year STAfT C. E. Lancaster Osee Maedgen Ruth McCauley Carrie Camp -Willard Taylor W. R. White Ethel Neal Frank Weeden Wilbur Duke - - Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Associate Editor Y. W. C. A. Editor . Y. M. C. A. Editor Athletics Sociul Editor Exchange Editor Business Mgr. For the past few numbers The Prism owing to a lack of "home grown" material has been compelled to reproduce articles taken from oth- er papers. These articles are perhaps as good as Howard Payne students can write but The Prism is of and for the students and friends of Howard Payne. It is not doing justice to the subscribers to send them articles cop- ied from other papers. A number is much more in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 28 January 1916

Friday January 28 1916 THE PRISM Pago Three l;..;.....-.; ...;.... . t . l. t. . t .;. . . . . . 4. . .i. .;. ! ! Cnrnoll in 11 crowded jitney): I. .11!.. ...I . M wuuiu miku my sum. "Here THE MERCHANDISE YOU NEED NOW! AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Men's and Boy's Suits Men and Boy's Overcoats Sweaters Scarfs and Caps. MUST ALL GO Ladies' Coat Suits Ladies' and Children's Coats Rain Coats GREATLY REDUCED Kimonas i t t Comforts and Blankets All at a low Price. Visit Our Store. JUST IN 1 j 20 Doz. New Middies at the the prices of "j 50c AND $1.00 Let Us Share In Your 1916 Shopping. : i F. R. Smith & Son ... !' ; '! ' ;rS - -"S-l" Uollie "Sure thanks but which gentlemen's lap were you sitting on?" o The 1!)l(i (iirl. He took her dainty hand She let it passive lie; Hut with her left she made a swing And "hilled" him in the eye. Warning hoys Never take two '.iris to the show at the same time. o Who Would Think It? Miss Winston began to erase the board in Ethics class Tuesday as though a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 28 January 1916

Page Four THE PRISM Friday January 28 1916 5 .; Do Your Eyes Give Trouble r V 4 ATTEND COLLEGE BRIEFS Do You Have Headache f 4- f 4. 'f t Then Sec our Optometrist. T .. Wc Fit the Glasses that Fit. 3. ARMSTRONG JEWELRY COMPANY j ....y.;....;..;...;..;.-.;..;..;...;..;. ;...; .;..!...;... ;..;. ..;..;...;...;..;... v Sunday afternoon in one of the local Kanituriunis. Thos. King is taking Mr. ! Porter's position as teacher during his t. illness i Miss Leah VVagnon is able to be back' in school. Proffessor 0. E. Winebrinner made a boosting speech for the "Lasso" Misses Nera Uatton Minnie llrown Wednesday morning. This is "Lasso" J and Mr. Judge Woodruff spent Sun- vwek ; tne College and mucli inter- j in uu.ivu ........ utl uuiug siiunii uj iiiu mum-in- body. The first basketball game of the season is announced for Tuesday af- Kev B. B. Crimm a 1912 graduate of ternoon nt four o'clock. Howard Payne was married last Wed nesday January 21 in Tucumcari X. Miss collins of Menard has classi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 4 February 1916

r.vTuoNizi: Pete Anderson's llAUIIIlrt SHOP KODAK DEVELOPING PRINTINGENLARGING PtiticaUr Etfotn 7 Via (u (( iht Very Bit Keiulu TAYLOR BROS. STUDIO Volume 15 BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY FEISIU'ARY 191G No. 23 THE PRISM Y. M. C. A. Y. W. C. A. MUCH INTEREST BEING HILL BILLIES STUNG SHOWN IN THE DEBATE TO DEFEAT BY Another Good Number of The Lyceum Course. Frank Dixon's Lecture on "The Man Against the Mass." Mr. Jesse Wilson's Visit. Surely those who have been attend- ing the different numbers of the Ly- ceum course are ready to Bay again that the Y. M. C. A's. of Brownwood are doing a great thing through the course. It is out of the question to think that any one would attend such lectures as Mr. Dixon and Marion Bal- luu Fisk or be entertained by Miss Devault and "Ye Olde Towne Quar- tette" without being materially help- ed. However we do not have to make decision by reason alone. This was done by the Y. M. C. A. of li)14-'15. Hut it is no uncommon thing to hear someone say that this or ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Prism — 4 February 1916

Page Two THE PRISM Fiiday E.bruui.v 1 I!) 1(5 THE PRISM Published tveiy Fjiduy by the Stu- dents of How aid Payne College. Kntoied ut the Post Olllce at Brown- wood sib Second-Class Mail Matter. $1.00 per yeur Subscription Price STAFF ('. E. Lancaster - - Editor-in-Chief Owe Maedgen - Associate Editor Ruth McCauley - Associate Kditor Canie Camp - Y. VV. C. A. Editor Willaid Taylor - Y. M. C. A. Kditor W. It. White. - - - Athletics Klhol Neal - - Social Editor 1'iank Wooden - Exchange Editor Wilhui I)uke - - Business Mgr. Cabinet Meeting. In the Y. M. C. A. Cabinet meeting Wednesday there was no mincing facts as to the way the membcis had loafed on the job. Theie were no degrees of' guilt. All weie in the same boat none had done anything lioin the picsident down since they went into office. Mr. Wilson was theie; not the one that lias his dander up about piepaiedness I but tlu one that can get his dander up ' when Y. M. C. A. woik drags. He pictuied what a Cabinet could do and with bu...

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

Friday February A 191(i THE PRISM Pago Th 100 4 1 v I I ? : .t. t The Rogers Store Announces further and more com- plete showing of Suits Skirts Dresses -for Spring Wear The departments devoted to these wearables and the Millinery are teeming with new things for Spring Snappy Furnishings for Men Now Shown R. B. ROGERS -VISIT US --- J A Complete Line of j : Staple & Fancy Groceries ; Always on Hand and at the t RIGHT PRICES JOHN F. WILSON 1 GROCER - -- - 4 Hunter-Smith Grocery Company i Appreciates Your Business. j We Deliver The Goods ! nw no. 485.466 Wm. CAMERON & CO. INCORPORATED LUMBER Brownwood Texas. igure Your Lumber Bill with H. H. HARDIN ; OFTEN - ir - ' We have a complete stock of high grade groc- 2 eries. Keep in mind j WE SELL FOR LESS j Phone 240 j We deliver the goods and please you or your j MONEY BACK. BROWNWOOD CASH GROCERY j t STEVE WHITE t Un-Tn-Dufe Shoe Mutter t T REPAIRING A SPECIALTY f CITIZENS DRAY LINE HATING PACKING STOHAG K HAl'LING rrI()JN.E 315 ; ...

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