Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 109, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 21, 1931 Page: 2 of 4
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MT. PLEasaim uailv TIMES Tl’ESPAY, JULY 21. 1981
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Ml1. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
u. V». UKOSS, UJit«i
A o Make-up For
i Is Realistic
Entered at the postoffice at Mt. Pleas-
ant, Texas as second class mail mat-
ter. All obituaries, resolutions of
respect, cards of thanks, tec., will be
charged for at regular rates.
PLANT THE FALL HARDEN
Anyone can have
and summer garden. The test
real gardener, however, is the
garden. Thousands of farm garden?
cease to exist as a source of food j ‘ • '
• fter August 1. They become merely j '“Y, , y.
luxuriant weed patches. '1'hc home j
garden should contirm. to enrich the |
farm table through mt the fall and ]
'T made my
The art of make-up is one phase of
acting which has never interested
: Warren Hymcr, who is co-starred
j with Spencer Tracy in “Goldie," riot-
ous Fox comedy opening tomorrow at
tile Titus Theatre.
Like Will Kogers he never uses it.
"Make-up is for juveniles, and
handsome guys like that," Hymer
| marked, when questioned on the sub-
ject. “Can you imagine me trying
to pretty this pan of mine? Besides,
| 1 aim to be realistic.”
I The h:g Fox comedian, though
! scornful of make-up and all the other
' .1,'i j artifices of acting, is a close student
Pjljof psychology, the emotions*' and
i other essentials of the dramatic art.
He is especially interested in the
of comedy, as a result of
rapidly becoming one of
the screen’s finest pantomimic come-
start in films as a
2 BEARS ESCAPE, SCARE j FOLLOWING THE LEADER
TOWN AND CLAW 3 MEN j ---
--- ! Idaho Flue Bucket: Kind-hearted
i FALL’S CHURCH, Ya.. July 20.—! Lady (to convict on road crew)—Poor
i Two large black bears which E. R. j man, what was the cause of your
Makeley, automobile dealer, captured i down'.all ?
in Alaska several years ago, broke j Convict .No. 777—1 wasn’t to blame
away from their chain shackles today, i la iy. The Sheriff led me into this
clawed three men and ran wild ; bad company,
through the streets for two hours be- j
4‘— .............to death and the
? WHAT YOU ARE $
X By DOUGLAS MALLOCH g
MlF. tilings we seem to think a
fore cue wa« shot
re-; 11. Y. P. C. TRAINING SCHOOL
The plumber rang the bell, and as
it happened, both the master and mis-
----- j tress of the house came to the door.
Thirty-two members of the diffei'. As they stood in the hall, the hus-
ent B. Y. P. U.’s of the Baptist j band, who was very methodical, said:
church enrolled for the courses ot j “] wish, before we go upstairs, to
the training school which was opened j acquaint you with the trouble."
at the Baptist church Monday nigV. I “I’m very pleased to meet you,
Six courses are being taught with of j mum," said the plumber.
ficient teachers for each subject. '1 lie | ___
public is invited to attend, beginning j a roller guard instead of one of the
each evening at 7:30.—Reporter. j rake type that features a new safety
—- | razur 5,3 claimed to roll the skin to the
proper angle to the blade and to pre-
Bolivian government has
winter months. July is the proper
time to plan iYr ’his winter’s food “dumb1"guy, and this role of “Spike,’
glJ j I thick skulled second mate of the
Xaturallv the first point to con- j ‘NancT Am1’’ is entirely to my lik-
sider is the vegetables that may be Hymer continued. “It is also
granted a monopoly to the Swedish kvent the corners of the latter cutting j
match trust that prevents any other j the face.
interests manufacturing matches or - 1
lighters within the country for 20 j Boreair, Scotland, is going to erect j
years. I a monument to bagpipe players.
The way we want to look,
The tilings we wear when we go out
Not in our ingle-nook. £
We smile a smile we do not mean,
Select our words with care,
But hero ;it home, behind the scene,
Men ought to see 11s there.
Yet I have found sincerity
The greatest charm of all.
The people who appear to lie
About so hig, so small,
The fellow I can really trust,
And ev’ry word of his, j
fho fellow I can know is just
The man lie says he is.
We are about so good, so wise,
So much, and nothing more.
Pray heaven other people's eyes
Know what to take you for.
The only thing to win esteem,
To take you very far,
Is not the something that you seem,
But what you really are.
1 (©, 10a 1. Douelas Malluch.) — WNU Servlca
planted in July or later and still ma-
ture for use during the fall and win-
After deciding which
you are going to include in your fall
garden, procure your seed from some
thoroughly, reliable source. Further
essentials for a successful fall garden
are thorough soil preparation and
proper fertilization, cultivation and
pest control measures,
er at the rate of from ten to 25
good to work again with Spencer
Tracy. We were paired in ‘Up the
River,’ you'll remember, and we had
vegetables ’ almost as much fun making it as it
turned out to be on the screen. As
long as I can appear in casts that
have players of Tracy’s calibre, you’ll
know I am satisfied.”
Benjamin Stoloff directed the pic-!
ture which has Jean Harlow, the
"“"j platinum blonde, in the feminine
.c ci iiz anj more than a hundred oilier
Hollywood beauties including Lina !♦!
Behold the stranger
pounds per 1,000 square ieet, depend- 1 Basquette, Maria Alba, Eleanor Hunt £
ing upon the fertility of the soil and
the amount of fertilizer applied to
the spring garden. Cultivate at
Thorough pest control measures
should be used. Magensium arsenate
at the rate of one ounce (5 level
tablespoonful) to three gallons of wa-
ter will control the Mexican bean
beetle and other chewing insects.
Nicotine sulphate (Blackleaf 40) at
the rate of one and one-half teaspoon-
ful to a gallon of water will control
aphids of plant lice and other suck-
ing insects. Bordeaux mixture will
control the majority of our garden
Definitely plan your garden, plant
an abundance of vegetables and prac-
tice efficient cultural methods, and
your success with the fall garden will
be limited only by the season.
County Home Demonstration Agent.
’Two University of Minnesota scien-
tists have found that popcorn must
contain exactly 13 per cent of mois-
ture to do its best popping and have
invented apparatus to give it the cor-
Florida Lady Says She Soon
Began To Get Better Af-
ter Taking Car dm.
*T had been struggling with bad
health for over a year,” says Mrs.
Dellie Carr, of Graceville, Fla. “I
was weak and run-down, and hard-
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home. Sometimes a pain in my
right side would cause me a lot of
suffering. I frequently got so weak
I could not keep up at all.
“I read about other women who
had recovered their health after
taking the Cardul Home Treat-
ment, and I decided to try it, my-
self. I sent to the store for Car-
dul and began taking it.
“I soon began to feel better. X
was stronger. It was a great help
to me, and I was much better after
X had taken It. The pain In my
side left, and I was able to carry
on my work with much less effort.
The dragging, tired feeling left me.
“X have recommended Cardui to
a number of my friends because I
Improved so much after I had
Tell your friends to try Cardul,
when weak and run-down. It Is
obtainable at your druggist’s. »-•«?
for Constipation, Indigestion*
Biliousness, as cents a padcagw.
and Lelia Karnelly who represent I
the feminine pulchritude of five na-
tions in the cast.
Argo B. Y. P. U.
The Argo B. Y. P. U. program for
Sunday evening, July 26th is as fol- j
Group Captain—Nannie Bess Ward, j
Subject—“Under Southern Skies.” j
Jacksonville, Florida—Faris Came-
New Orleans—'Christine Smith.
Baptist Rescue Missions—Oliver
Baptist Bible Institute—Mary Wil-
Home Again—Jewell Sullivan.
We have , a contest on to see who
can get the most members. Our
members have increased from 20 to
70. Your presence will make our B.
Y. P. U. better. Why not come?
In Turkey there is a law that
prohibits beauty prize winners from
FOR RENT—Will rent my home
furnished for period of six months.
Herbert Smith. Phone 473. 20-tf.
soft, velvety to the touch and
with an alluring, fascinating ap-
pearance that will not streak, spot,
rub off or show the effects of per-
spiration. Dance, or indulge in
sports fully confident your com-
plexion will retain aM of its origi-
Whit*, n*»h and Rash*' Shade*
A STRANGER moves to your neighborhood. You ob-
serve him tolerantly, but with no immediate display of
interest. You are an established resident, getting
along very nicely before he came.
Rut you do not avoid. For reasons not entirely un-
selfish you wait for him to reveal himself. Possibly he
may add something to your social and business life.
Possibly he will take a highly respected place in the
community. He may even become one of your inti-
mates. It is up to him.
So you note his mannerss, talk with him, and form
an opinion. If he comes up to your requirements, you
accept him, and often he proves a welcome addition to
your group of friends.
It is with exactly the same attitude that the intelli-
gent newspaper reader regards the advertisements of
products new to him. These strangers may add some-
thing to his civilized enjoyment. They may contribute
to his comfort, safety—even his success. In many
ways they may prove valuable. Certainly it is wise to
give them careful consideration.
Read the advertisements in the daily newspapers.
They may be the means of introducing you to products
that will take important places in your life. And
every day they will give you information that enables
you to buy intelligently and make your money go
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 109, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 21, 1931, newspaper, July 21, 1931; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth783382/m1/2/: accessed December 11, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.