Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 106, Ed. 1 Monday, August 1, 1932 Page: 2 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DA1L1 77MKS MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 1932.
rot WILL tELL BETTER AND LOOK
COOLER TO KEEP YOUR HAIR
Oil treatments and finger waves are the
things to do keep it in good condition this
Finger Waves 50c and 25c
Vaughan Beauty Parlor
Permanents a Specialty
Phone 48 Mrs. Vaughan Prop.
j PLANE FALLS ON GOLF
COURSE, TWO KILLED
For Vice-President | j Speedboat Queen |
Dayton, Ohio, July 31.—Two men
were killed in an airplane crash on a
golf course one mile south of here
Sunday. The victims were Clares
Harding, iy, of Miamisburg, the pilot,
and Reuben Fink, 20, of Franklin,
The plane, a three-seated cabin
type, struck a telephone wire and
went into a nose dive. About fifty
golfers saw the ship flying low with
the engine sputtering a moment be-
fore the accident.
Harding and Fink had gone up for
a pleasure flight.
T. E. L. Class
MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
G. W. CROSS, Editor
Entered at the postoffice at Mt. Pleas-
ant, Texas, as second class mail mat-
ter. All obituaries, resolutions of
respect, cards of thanks, etc., will be
charged for at regular rates.
YOU AND THE CANVASSER
MOTORCYCLIST LOSES FOOT
WHEN HIT BY AUTOS
Denison, Texas, July 31.—James
Braswell, 19, an expert motorcycle
rider, lost his left foot Saturday night
on the highway west of Denison when
his motorcycle was caught between
two automobiles traveling in opposite
directions. Braswell attempted to
pass one car when caught by another
“Don’t kick the canvasser off the
front porch,” remarked someone who
thought a friend had turned an ageht
down too sharply. “Remember he is
a human being, probably trying to
support a family on these pore kiek-
Yet the average housewife or house-
holder becomes very weary with the
constant stream of canvassers calling
at the door. After one has turned
down a dozen of them in a day, it is
hard to greet No. 13 with all the fin-
ished phrases out of the etiquet book.
It is inevitable, in times like
these, that a considerable number of
people should take to house-to-house
canvassing. Many of them are young
folks who have tried to find other
work and failed. So they get ouf
with samples of clothing, household
appliances, foods, information about,
refrigerators, oil heaters, etc. One
is sorry for them, they are trying to
The retail merchants do not look
at this competition too favorably.
The stores certainly need patronage
as much as anyone in these times.
and his left foot was crushed so bad- However, if our industrial troubles
ly that amputation was necessary
a local hospital later.
The Daily Times is authorized to
announce the following candidates,
subject to the action of the Democrat-
ic runoff August 27, 1932.
For State Senator:
DR. J. W. E. H. BECK
J. A. R. MOSELEY JR.
For District Judge:
I. N. WILLIAMS
are due to people’s excessive hesita-
: tion in buying things, this constant
solicitation may tend to increase nur-
chases, and thus bring hdden money
out into circulation.
One reason why some agents aie
turned down with a discourteous re-
buff, is that such ones wear people’s
patience all out with their long rig-
marole of sales talk. They have a
certain set speech which they have
learned by heart, which they proceed
j to deliver as if they were Fourty of
1st Congressional 'July orators. They expect you to
j listen to the whole thing. Some of
them queer their chances by intimat-
ing that people who don’t buy their
stuff show defective intelligence.
Canvassers should be very courteous,
and concentrate their appeal into two
or three sentences, and quit of the
prospect shows no interest.—Ex.
For District Attorney:
CHAS. M. WINKLE
For District Clerk:
A. B. (CUB) GILPIN
For County Judge:
A. J. LUNA
Q. C. GADDIS
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SAM T. SMITH
For County Clerk:
For Tax Assessor:
For Tax Collector:
JOHN T. LEFTWICH
For County Treasurer:
J. D. McCLUNG
GEO. W. McLEMORE.
For Commissioner Precinct
K. A. WILLSON
R. W. BLANKENSHIP
FOR RENT—3 unfurnished rooms,
newly papered, all conveniences. $10.
Phone 100. i-2d
LOST—Pendant from white gold
necklace, set with moonstone.—Call
216. Mrs. Lih*h Moore. 1
For J. P. Precinct No. 1:
DR. W. T. BALLARD
For Public Weigher, Tree. 1:
M. 0. (OSCAR) COMBS
WAKE UP YOUR
And You’ll Jump Out of Bed in
the Morning Rarin’ to Go
For Constable Precinct No. 1:
II you feel sour and sunk and the world
looks punk, don't swallow a lot of salts,
minerak water, oil, laxative randy or chewing
gum and expect them to make you suddenly
sweet and buoyant and full of sunshine.
For they can t do it. They cnly move the
bowels and a mere movement t oesn’t get at
the cause. The reason for your diwn-and-out
feeling is your liver. It should pi ur oat two
pounds of liquid bile into your bcwels daily.
If this bile is not flowing freely, vour food
doesn't digest. It just decays in th» bowels.
Gas bloats up your stomach. You have a
thick, bad taste and your breath is foul,
skin often breaks out in blemishes. Yot r head
aches and you fee! down and out. Your whole
system is poisoned.
It takes (.hose good, old CARTER'S
LITTLE LIVER PILLS to get these two
pounds of bile flowing freely and make you
feel “up und up.” They contain wonderlul,
harmless, gentle vegetable extracts, amazi ig
when it comes to making the bile flow freely.
But don’t ask for liver pills. Ask for Carter’i
Little Liver Bills. Look for the name Carter’!
Little Liver Pills on the red label. Reaent Q
substitute. 26c at all storm Q 1MM C. 11. Or
The T. E. L. Class had twenty-nine
present with seventeen of them 100
per cent. The special numbers were
enjoyed very much—a reading by
Sarah Vandiver and a duet by Mrs.
Tyson and Mrs. Vandiver, accompan-
ied by Miss Faye Driggers.
Sunday, August 7th, each one is to
bring their “double,” so we are ex-
pecting a record attendance.—Report-
James H. Maurer, Socialist can-
didate for Vice-President, with Nor-
man Thomas, is waging a vigorous
campaign which was launched at
; Washington last week. He addressed
Miss Loretta Turnbull, California
three times feminine International
speedboat champion, couldn’t drive
| a mass meeting at the Auditorium
land later the Banos Army in camp.
fast enough to evade cupid, so this
fall will marry R. B. Blythe, New
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Rev. Wm. Dean White and daugh- day afternoon from Texarkana, where
Next ters> Miss Margaret White and Mrs.!
Ross Powell of Queen City, left Mon-!
day for a vacation in the Ozarks, near
Daily Times want ads pay.
he spent the past ten days in a hos-
pital recovering from an appendicitis
W. L. Harrison returned home S^ti-
A fanatic habitually substitutes be-
lief for thought.—Lubbock Avalanche.
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 106, Ed. 1 Monday, August 1, 1932, newspaper, August 1, 1932; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth783448/m1/2/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.