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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 January 1929

. ■ Sir;'!:: fiV^ jl;{^^||^^"^^^^^';i:f^::^;^i^v^v^-:^/:;4v -■VV1';'r!_- ,■; -;7': r--7;- v^tk :#'$$ •J '<>/', ;,'.'f,t ^■'/5FfPSi^ muscm: ISrJM - V ' "f# '< fcWn' '■^'-,1-' TO K&ps never, lost ; he whasows cour- endship;. and he who plants kind ness gathers love.^—Basil'. ■:>■■*i, ■-' %V' NUMBER 17. STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, JANUARY 26, 1932; VOLUME 9 FIRST EMERGENCY BILL THE DOPE SHEET 4-H-H"f>"H~f+ PLOW BOY *S 1 ;; Weren't'those games Friday and Sa^urdii'jf^^jg'iits, the best you have se^h th'is year? Relieve .us, those ':. games were, real basket ball,gaines. You don't: get to see those kind of g^i^s/eyery, weSfe', «t. .your- life. / In - a ^gamd like that; you almost forget the score and award the '■■' ;^c^nii4st,;^a''iy6ur personal favorite. No matter, ;hQ w; ,* &<& you would like tg, ;i thCttygfy!'- lt>ei;e ? always therbiaefcj/ijn'd" white record; on the score pad. , .," ,"'.;".. 'l'■ Of course, they won both eames, ., .but th§y"weiit"hbt^e. Khowi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 January 1929

;V ' -,v ' ., n V, ') * rjv^r-r \d v / / ^^.7Tr?r^"7- Vv••'?',• ,:' / i)'.: "* U / '• J- i ■ ■• v,-?< % K% t 1^ J *1 « * 'I,1 I % o < -* « V iv. THE PLOWBOYS BACKED BY TARLETON SPIRIT ARE INVINCIBLE SERVICE : i ;|s to jM i 'fit, i ' !>■ >i!' -,J .'■■ v:->,-. :■' ■ LET US SERVE YOU . " ■ >" : ■ '■■■•'.-!:>■ ■ DURING 1929 ,4 IF YOU ASK US—WE'RE BACKING TARLETON fe:,';"'.V-:"--1 •, i"Vf. .■' iV-jv.-Y*:y. ■■ *$• !!■ '■:- '('<■' •.'-''-V-.. ■ ■ 5. \ • r'V' Prfv ! .w-''.■>'" : •' I. -'.V, EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-ixirChief..:... Associate Editor. Sports Editor Feature Editor, ... Society Editor..'. Literary Editor Exchange Editor Faculty Adviser Business Manage^... Robert Wood ...Neva Cox ; Robert Parks ,_...T. P. Craddock Hazel Porter .....: Wilford Wilkinson T....;Russell Couch .C. Eleanor Atkinson ' BUSINESS STAFF v.Oran Stovali Assistant Business Manager , Dorsett Risinger Beneath the Stars The laws of nature are so devised that each livftig thing .has a defin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 January 1929

tw *■ ^SSSS^IWrW'—•'S'SrAK ' /yV . *' ' 1L- -V.''- :.V;."!, IIEA UQL'A UTKRS " F,ORSWDENTS: K.M--' ifuiiNTS'::MeflANl EVERYTHING FOE THE STUDENT PHONE 244 ' COME IN AND PEEL AT HOME . "f + -f r -f.+ + -f + + 4- "-f + + + - f ■ + + ' -f. -f + +\ + ■■+.. + + ,+ "+- NOTICE Several students who sub- scribed for-the J-Tac at the- first of the year are leaving school at the end of the se- mester. The'subscription at the beginning, of the year was two dollars to cover the1 total number of papers pub- lished ■ during the school term. If each student who is leaving will write his name and address on a slip of: paper and drop it) in the J-Tac box, the paper will be mailed to him for the re- mainder of the year. + + + +.+>' + + + +•+ + ♦ .LEARNvTHE piano : in ten lessons THE UNKNOWN QUARTET 1' \ j.,^V & v.. "tenor-banjo or "'mandolin of five lessons '■ . Without nerve-racking, heart- breaking scales and exercises, you are"taught to play by not© in regu- 1 . lar "professional chord style...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 26 January 1929

i 'v1' ri?{ * j- ' *> 4f *" :t A> " I - > .J" ! *' 4 ' ^ip *•■ ' 11 ' w > v ijlF1 -H . ■■:.k>' 1 +\*"t *s |4^ i J V> > \ * * * - t u.\ ' >' * v4 * i h ' \ * " * * \ t & * f u i l 1 '* 4V &. I WA?'& J* 1 V CR(lSe ST0RE HOUT BIU^. ' ■■ : y; we welcome voir to our school and town HOLT'S DRUG STORE V NORTH SIDE ''VfV v t i Dr,X S. |>anjl<el ;^:>';RegiSt^re4'0fetoiiift^:iSt,. ■ Best Glasses at. prices You Can ;. .;/ Afford ' Satisfaction Guaranteed JKSS PULBR1GUT THE. 1JOME OF GOOD EATS Ready to Supply Your Needs DR. W. D. TURNER f[ EYESIGHT SPECIALIST .. .When Others Fail See Me , / ,. , j gatisfaction Guaranteed ' • .•{.• ;• • •• . ■■%/>'. \ H' f ? >?,"■■ ■■; ,fv:''" IS' 'X v H3ENRY CLARK'S, :Vy FEEDSTORE ' Always a Friend to the College ' Student • . -, When Going to Town 1 , RidetheBus FARE 5 CENTS McMahan & Holley Let Us Do Your Barber Work Next Door to Majestic Theatre y. • '• -' .' ".! '4- • '<&'• V.V5 i:>v. • < '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 February 1929

A • ; \ V • (',0 ... / /':'" ■/ A ' .-■■■ I I U J E .Ir*- 7/ ™," '■V ' 'A, zM v- - • f r'A - } fesll- r^M jrffl-IHPEB? CB^TS :I&B EE =«l KNOWLEDGE IS THE FOUNDATION OF SUCCESS ir VOLUME 9 STEPHEN VILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY, 2, 1929 NUMBER 17, PLOWBOYS SPLIT PAIR WITH WEATHERFORD COLLEGE PLOW BOY nasi Did you know that Weatherford won only one game out of four? Wasn't that a nice victory the Plowboys scored Saturday night. You know it is said that a victory isn't worth much if it isn't a close fight, but the Plowboys fought for that second game, and it was a well-earned one. We will hand it to the Coyotes, however, for they have a good machine, one of which they should be proud, for they defeated the Purple and White in the first game here. We wnoder where those people were who missed the ball game Saturday night? The- show .must have'been quite attractive. We must back those Plowboys! We'll be havnig some more games. We wonder how the ex-Tarleton- ites feel now. We mean those who ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 February 1929

THE PLOWBOYS BACKED BY TARLETON SPIRIT ARE INVINCIBLE SERVICE DRUG STORE LET US SERVE YOU DURING 1929 IF YOU ASK US—WE'RE BACKING TARLETON Editor-in-Chief Assoc iate Editor.. , Sports Editor Feature Editor Society Editor Exchange Editor Literary Editor Joke Editor ----- Faculty Advisers John Cage ... Janice Kee Autis McMahan Vayne Porter .....Louise Williams E. L. Roten Ethel Greager Nell Williams C. H. Hale, Mrs. Ramey Business Manager — Oran Stovall Assistant Business Manager Dorsett Riainger The Will to Learn Many students attribute their failures in college to noisy room-mates, bad instructors, and lack of time to study. Others —and these are the most numerous—deceive-themselves into believing that poor preparation is the cause of their downfall. To be sure, lack of preparation makes it necessary for one to work hard, but it is not in most cases directly the cause of failure. I believe .that fully eighty percent of the red marks made in Tarleton are due to the lack of ability to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 February 1929

HEADQUARTERS FOR STUDENTS STUDENTS' EXCHANGE EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT PHONE 244 COME IN AND FEEL AT HOME | FORT FROLICS J +++■♦ ♦ ♦ ♦++++♦+♦ ♦ M H H-f NATIONAL DRAMA WEEK FEBRUARY 3RD TO 9TH There has been very much dis- cussion and argument about the platoon competition. Of course, each man says that his company can't lose. Perhaps several of the boys are disappointed before now. A few of the Port members have left us. They will be missed by every one. We hope they have the best of luck and that they will come back next year. Some of the students who en- tered for the second semester were able to recognize a good place to stay; they moved into the Fort. They are very welcome, and no doubt we will not miss those who left since their places have been taken, by others. Two or three freshmen have al- most started a rebellion. The up- perclassmen are threatening a rev- olution. Their purpose seems to be namely to stop the freshmen. We wonder why Nordyke wore civilian clothes Sunday. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 2 February 1929

THE CROSS DRUG STORE .. ... EAST SIDE .... HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY WE WELCOME YOU TO OUR SCHOOL AND TOWN HOLT'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE COMPLETE PROTECTION Ellis Insurance Co, Stephenville Steam Laundry Serves you at your convenience, avoid delays; with us the wea- ther is never bad. Dr. J. S. Daniel . Registered Optometrist Best Glasses at Prices You Can Afford Satisfaction Guaranteed JESS FULBRIGHT THE HOME OF GOOD EATS Ready to Supply Your Needs DR. W. D. TURNER EYESIGHT SPECIALIST When Others Fail See Me Satisfaction Guaranteed When Going to Town Ride the Bus FARE 5 CENTS McMahan & Holley Let Us Do Your Barber Work Next Door to Majestic Theatre Dr. A. 0. Cragwall Office Phones 213 and 8 Residence Phone 299 BOOTS AND SHOES Repaired at Newsom Shoe Shop Belknap Street MAGNOLIA Filling Station East Washington Street Phone 801 J. C. Gaston, Manager CALL US FOR SERVICE CITY BARBER SHOP FIRST CLASS WORK NICHOLS & LANDRE3S, Props. SAL, THE SHINE W. A. NIX GROCERY STORE We Cater to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1929

/. /u. 30 30 JUNIORS VOLUME 9 STEPI-IENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 9, 1929 NUMBER 18 For the benefit of the new stu dents and several juniors we wish to explain that .the heading of the J-Tac is a view taken from the south side" of the campus, This cut , was donated by the Sophomore class of last year. Weren't those two games Wed- nesday and Thursday nights about the best you ever -saw? And didn't you get excited when the score was tied so often? Did you notice the clean sports- manship shown throughout both of the games? Plowboys, we are backing you in that game Saturday night with Daniel Baker. Thursday night the band was in Dublin. Of courac they were miss- ed but we wonder how much noise we would have had if they had been there. The Juniors are always backing you, Plowboys, in every game. We are behind you one hundred per cent in the two games with Daniel Baker. The Junior Staff wish to express their thanks to those who helped make this issue a success. We appreciate the co-operation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1929

Editor-in-Chief- Associate Editor- Sports Editor.... Feature Editor. EDITORIAL STAFF .Robert Wood Neva Cox Robert Parks T. P, Craddock Society Editor Hazel Porter Literary Editor Wilford Wilkinson Exchange Editor...... Russell Couch Faculty Adviser Eleanor Atkinson BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager friends. Emerson has said, "The only reward of virtue is vir- tue; the only way to have a friend is to be one. The true es- sence of friendship is entireness, a total magnanimity and trust." One of the teachers of this college has given a very good de- finition of a friend as, "One who makes a smile come a little oftener and stay a little longer." JUNIOR EDITORIAL STAFF .....Oran Stovall ..Dorsett Risinger James Atlee LaVere Neely Peggy Hamilton . Baldwin Young .... Lorene Green Exchange Editor Elmer Pritehard Feature Editor i Morris Webb Faculty Advisers .^.Miss Loraine Yarbrough .' Mr. E. C. Johnson JUNIOR BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Lewis Cromwell Editor-in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1929

O C I T Y ON TARLETON'S SOCIAL. LIFE Students, we :are, or should be, here in Tarleton for education. But let us broaden our visions, and look upon education as it really is. The world itself has been defined as "complete living", and again as "social efficiency". In seeking our education, we cannot afford to leave out any part. The scial side of education is of as vital impor- tance as the intellectual side. As a whole, thte social life of GOOD FEED Scientifically Mixed Henry Clark's Feed Store HARRIS BROS. Groceries Close as the 'Phone Call Us! Robert Fowler PHYSICIAN-CHIROPRACTOR 'Phone 222 Office in old First National Bank building PRICE BROS, Offers Men's Bob Smart Oxfords at $4 Sandwiches . > , and . . . Pastries • * at * , ONYX CAFE Office P. 204 Res. P. 246 Dr. E, E. Yarbrough GENERAL PRACTICE Office over Service Drug Store The, Stephenville State Bank A Good Bank in a Good Town Tarleton is at a rather low ebb. Why don't we have more class en- tertainments? Why don't we e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1929

SPORTS PAGE PLOWBOYS TAKE TWO FROM BULLDOGS PINE ARTS CLUB A splendid program was rend- ered last Wednesday evening by- Louise Truett, Bobbie Robins and Christine Bates, piano, and Zeta Wall and Babe Jones, voice. On account of the ball, game, we cut our program down, A large num- ber of people was in attendance. BOOTS AND SHOES Repaired at f Newsom Shoe Shop Belknap Street MAGNOLIA Filling Station East Washington Street Phone 301 J. C. Gaston, Manager CALL US FOR SERVICE CITY BARBER SHOP FIRST CLASS WORK NICHOLS & LANDEE8S, Props. SAL, THE SHINE COMPLETE PROTECTION Ellis Insurance Co. Stephenville Steam Laundry Serves you at your convenience, avoid delays; with us the wea- ther is never bad. Rooms For Girls Furnished For Housekeeping $10 per Month Mrs, 0. E. Webb 938 W Washington RUDDER ELECTED CAPTAIN FOR '29 At the annual football banquet held in the Dining Hall on Tues- day, January 29, Earl Rudder was chosen to lead the I'lowboy crow in 192'J. At the same time "Walt" Hendri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1929

Headquarters For Students STUDENTS' EXCHANGE Everything For the Student Phone 244 Come In and Feel at Home FORTY FOUR ON HONOR ROLL MANY JUNIORS ARE HONOR- ED AT THE END OF FIRST SEMESTER Dean J, Thomas Davis, Campus. —Dear Mr. Davis:—Herewith is the honor roll for the first semes- ter: Adams, Beth. Allison, Ray. Ballentine, Marie. Bennett, Hugh. Bond, Carlent. Boydston, Lena. Brown, lona. Brumbelow, Carl. Chandler, Joseph. Cox, Neva. Crabtree, Mamie. Creager, Ethel. Frey, Frank. Gibson, Hazel. Goldsmith, H. W. Green, Lorene. Grisham, Mrs. Hazel. Hampton, Mattit. Hickman, Martha. Howard, Ocie. Inabnet, Rachael Lucile. Johnson, Gottard. Jones, Ethel. Lawson, Jewel. Ledbetter, M. C. Long, Grace. McAnelly, DeLora, McGaha, Pearl. Merrill, Aubrey. Morgan, Matacia. Nance, Bonnie Lte. Pool, Fayo. McMahan & Holley Let Us Do Your Barber Work Next Door to Majestic Theatre Dr. A. 0. Cragwall Office Phones 213 and 8 Residence Phone 299 Dr. J. S. Daniel Registered Optometrist Best Glasses at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1929

LUNCH WAGON FABLES Have you noticed the absences of some of the waiter gang 1 The waiter girls are not the happy- go-lucky bunch they have been heretofore, because three of their number have dropped out. A continuance of your patronage from both old and new students is very highly appreciated by G.M. CARLTON BROS. CO. NEW AND OLD STUDENTS LATHAM'S PHONE 441 CONTINUOUS FLOW DRY CLEAN ING AND PRESSING Stephenville | A BANKING SERVICE i | CI1HAT Counts, Is the Ideal of This Bank and has ever j 1 been. We Strive to Serve Our Customers in Aceor- ! dance With Theid Requirements— I FARMERS FIRST NATIONAL BANK THE LADIES STORF | "The New Things First" j | Our buyers have just returned from \ eastern markets with a full line < j of spring goods i When in Need —CALL — RED TOP SERVICE STATIONS and Tourist Park We have tires, tubes and accessories and also groceries and fruits. Phone 167 Hampton and Patterson Velma is moving out in town. Lady and Beth are still in the "Dump" but we sure miss...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1929

The Plowboys Backed By Tarleton Spirit Are Invincible SERVICE DRUG STORE If You Ask Us—We're Backing Tarleton Let Us Serve You During- 1929 Stephenville Sheet and Metal Works Phone 5 and 354 All Kinds of Sheet Metal Work Tarleton's Friend Office phone 159 Res. phone 192 Dr. J, A, Whitacre DENTIST AND X-RAY Over Service Drug Store Stephenville, Texas Majestic Sandwich Shop TRY OUR CHILI AND STEW WE ARE BACKING THE PLOWBOYS STUDENTS BUY YOUR GROCERIES — at — W. F. HENSONS STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES College Barber Shop FIRST CLASS WORK Close and Convenient ROY POINTER, Prop. Terry and Howell MINTER'S GROS. IS A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE Phone 228 We Deliver Free Try a Whippet THEY ARE WORTH THE MONEY Stafford & Marr T.A.COX Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone 225 We Deliver Promptly YOUR TRADE APPRECIATED VERY MUCH CNCERT OVER AIR IS SUCCESSFUL (Continued from page 1) E. Pluribus Unum—March— Jewell. Two Little Bullfinches—Kling -^Clarinet Duet—Cage and Frey. Love in Idleness —■ Serenade — M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 9 February 1929

The Cross Drug Store EAST SIDE HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY We Welcome You to Our School and Town Holt's Drug Store NORTH SIDE .'-'-'•/WWWWVY Did you hear about the trick someone put over on the poultry department ? No. Someone left one of those birth control pamphlets in the hen house, and they haven't got any eggs for a month. It is a very sad though, gentle reader, that your children, twenty years. from now, will be reading these same jokes. Lost balloonist: "Ahoy, where am I?" Senior: Ileh, hell, you can't fool me, by gum. You're right up there in that little basket. J TAILORS i i KEYSER & BEENE I i CLEANERS J HATTERS . • I DYERS.f WE CALL l-'OK AND DELIVEIi —PHONE 288 I>-&U 0422B-I) 0! 0-CS U«9 -0 «WK>0-353E-U CttSU) 6 REMEMBER Tarleton students you are always- welcome at our store on West Washington street ■ ■ W.OJEAR u«ax*u<«* (*.♦ BANDY'S For Better Feed Purina Products Phone 540 MAJESTIC THEATRE Monday and Tuesday RICHARD DIX IN "SPORTING DOODS" History of the J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 February 1929

\ Jmi-f I is®#. 'iWJi -f;' 'J>tn , . -. •'*'•'/') isl- rtl . m.- &W) - Lr-= Pnr^^r*n TTT/PIUIfBri'l*! rft'' "** 3t 'ix^A --- ! - , I vfe/O' p^isils^ JSSL jE .. . v '■ ,;j- - l^m^-jr^r' { <,.. #s>■"•Mi!^iir~-r ,-, ■43i«!-*- irr.''H '• A SUj -■ ' ■ , '■>&*:• • >&$&&*--—• Ss^kJi VOLUME 9 STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 16, 1929 NUMBER 19 SOPHOMORE CLASS LARGEST IN THE HISTORY OF TARLETON ♦— + + — ~—¥ Plowboys Drop Two Games to Fast Daniel Baker Quintet THE HILLBILLIES SHOW SPEED TO WIN BOTH GAMES PLOWBOY! Do you realize that the Tarleton basketball season is drawing to a close? After a season of successful campaigning in the conference Tarleton is still undefeated. They, however, lost iU> number of .-non- conference games, this being due to the opposition being' in the na- ture of senior colleges and such. Coach Wisdom has announced that on February 13 and 19 the Plowboys will tangle with the Ran- dolph Badgers on the home court, while on February 22...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 February 1929

THE PLOWBOYS BACKED BY TARLETON SPIRIT ARE INVINCIBLE SERVICE DRUG STORE IF YOU ASK US—WE'RE BACKING TARLETON LET US SERVE YOU DURING 1929 EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Sports Editor Feature Editor Society Editor Literary Editor Exchange Editor Faculty Adviser BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistant Business Manager Kobert Wood Neva Cox Robert Parks T. P. Craddock Hazel Porter . Wilford Wilkinson Russell Couch ....Eleanor Atkinson Oran Stovall Dorsett Pvisinger SOPHOMORE EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief Estell Scott Associate Editor Gilbert Braden Sports Editor - - Autrey Merrill Society Editor Mary Lee Osborri Exchange Editor Anton Miller Literary Editor Jewel Lawson Joke Editor Frank Hough Feature Editor Margaret Lerty Faculty Adviser Lillian Edwards BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Coke Wilson Assistant Business Manager Eunice Terry Little Things Count We can't all be the president Of our Nation large and grand, But we can obey its (laws) And strive to be a man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 February 1929

HEADQUARTERS FOR STUDENTS STUDENTS' EXCHANGE EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT COME IN AND FEEL AT HOME PHONE 244 J. A. SHERRILL North Belknap Street We Repair All Makes of AMERICAN WATCHES VVe are back of the Plowboys with good meats, fruit, vegetables, and canned goods. Phone 12 and 260. Palace Market ECHOES OF THE NEW ANNEX Pair Barber Shop FIRST CLASS WORK Depot Eating House We 'have everything good to eat ALL WE ASK IS A CHANCE T. H. PASCAL PRICE BROS. Offers Men's Rob Smart Oxfords at $4 Shorty's Peanuts Delicious Salted Peanuts sold by a College student Shorty Morgan Sold Anywhere in Town Call for Them Linch's Shoe Shop When your shoes need repairing Give Us a Trial We eater to the college student. Be Like Columbus— TAKE A CHANCE Hub Barber Shop Don't Cuss—Call Us Phone 448 Stephens Bros Filling Station We have a new chaperon. It seems as though she likes us pret- ty well. Creager has left us and we are sorry. "Happy" has taken a peculiar liking to the name Annie. We all wonder why....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The J-TAC — 16 February 1929

THE CROSS DRUG STORE EAST SIDE HOLT'S DRUG STORE NORTH SIDE HOLT BROS. DRUG COMPANY | WE WELCOME YOU TO OUR SCHOOL AND TOWN Guaranty Life Ins. Offers Great Opportunities For Saving W, D. McAllister DISTRICT AGENT HILLBILLIES SHOW SPEED TO WIN GAME (Continued from page tl) MAJESTIC BAKERY Fresh Bread Daily Cakes and Pies A Speciality BARHAM'S CONFECTIONARY Candies and Cold Drinks Magazines We Will Take Your Subscription James C. Terrell, M. D. office at STEPHENVILLE HOSPITAL Phone 11 SPECIAL PRICES TO TARLETON STUDENTS Dr. C. L. Cromwell DENTIST " MECCA CAFE Short Orders . Our , Specialty BOOTS AND SHOES Repaired at Newsom Shoe Shop Belknap Street College Barber Shop FIRST CLASS WORK Close and Convenient ROY POINTER, Prop. Terry and Howell STUDENTS BUY YOUR GROCERIES — at — W. F. HENSONS STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Stephenville Sheet and Metal Works Phone 5 and 354 All Kinds of Sheet Metal Work Tarleton's Friend Office phone 159 Res. phone 192 Dr. J. A. Whitacre DENTIST AND X-RAY Over...

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