Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 76, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 10, 1925 Page: 2 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, I»».
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Telephone 139 —0
Use Criscoto make
crisp fried foods.
Special Prices Every Day
W. T: BLACK
Quality Service Honest Prices
MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
pCntared «t th«» pnstr>ffio« at. Mt. Pleas-
ant, Texas, as second class mail
All obituaries, resolutions of respect,
Sards of thanks, etc,, will be charged
for at regular rates.
G. W. CROSS. Editor
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— „jB|AiN I A N&S
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Therp will be a working af. the
Barrett cemetery Saturday, the 20th,
and everybody come and bring din-
ner and have a pleasant hour at noon.
T. R. Florey and family are in
Austin this week visiting Roland
Florey, who is attending the Uni-
A SPLENDID FEELING
That tired, half-sick, discour*
aged feeling caused by a torpid
iiver and constipated bowels can
bo gotten rid of with surprising
promptness by using Hcrbine.
You feel its beneficial effect with
the first dose as its purifying and
regulating effect i3 thorough and
complete. It not only drives out
bile and impurities but it imparts
a splendid feeling ot exhilaration,
strength, vim, and buoyancy oi
The home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Lilienslern was the scene of a de-
lightful occassion Tuesday morning
when Miss Vera Ellington and Mrs
Ted Mathews entertained with a
bridge luncheon honoring their house
guests, Misses Earle Harris and Hel-
en Ford, of Greenville.
The specious porch where the
guests were entertained was beauti-
fully decorated in flowers, carrying
out the color scheme of yellow and
After several interesting games ot
bridge, Miss Margaret Mui*phree held
high score and Miss Christelle El-
lington low. The honorees were also
presented with dainty gifts; after
which a delicious two-course lunch-
eon was served on bamboo trays, and
on each plate was a dainty favor.
Those enjoying the hospitality of
this lovely occasion were: Misses
Laura Hoffmann, Rita Thompson,
Carrie Goodrich, Seale Johnson, Ruth
Danshy, Christelle Ellington, Gladys
Ward, Margaret Murphree, Mesdames
Wilson Jones, John B. Stephens, 14.
J. Zienter and Misses Mary Belie
Garrett, Adele Crain of Pittsburg
Have your Automobile thoroughly cleaned
and it will give you better service. Our
Steam Cleaner is the most effective way.
COME AND SEE IT WORK
I A. H. O’TYSON’S GARAGE
American Mutual Magazine: A
traveling man went into a railway
restaurant and gazed discontentedly
at the profusion of pies and cakes
on the counter. “Haven't you got
| anything solid to eat ” he asked,
i “Shall I give you some beans ?”
asked the proprietor, with his most
persuave smile. The traveler assent-
ed and, making short work of them,
asked: “How much?” >>*
“Twenty-five cents,” was the bland
“What!” cried the drummer;
“twenty-five cents for a spoonful of
1 cold beans?” The proprietor contin-
ued firm in his price, the man paid it
DO YOU EAT TO LIVE
OR LIVE TO EAT?
It doesn’t make much differ-
ence to us, as we are prepared
to serve you with Groceries
suitable for your needs either
way. And you will be pleased
with the price, too.
WILLIS CASH GROCERY
and departed. Cut late that after-
noon a telegram was handed to the
restaurant- keeper, for which he paid
It ran thus: “Don’t you think your
price a little high on beans?”
YOUR OLD 00K-
STOVE ON THIS
TOOK THE HINT
Tit Bits: Mrs. Catterlcy- Are you
still bothered with the Bor/hams
coming to tea with you so often?
Mrs. Smartly Oh dear, no; they
took the hint at last.
“What did you say to them?”
“Oh, nothing was said. But we had
sponge cake every time they came,'’
Gooseberry has no connection with
the goose, but should be gorseberry,.. ♦
R. J. Gray left Wednesday morn-
ing for Dallas to spend a few days..
the exact dates of
will be sent you
can be arranged
payable each month as
you pay your regular
The Old Cook-Stove will be accepted as the first payment
. (Special Offer)
Anyone can buy a shirt Friday amf
Saturday, 12th and 13th. $1.35 and
?L65-—Lilienstern & Camak. 10-2
FOR SALE OR RENT—Five room
house in Ellis addition, with five
fenced lots. Fine for chickens or
truck. House keeping furniture for
sale.—Mrs. H. C. Gandy. 8-2td-lw
FOR RENT—Six room house with
bath, close in with all conveniences,
—See Clint Wallace. 9-3t pd
FOR SALE—Mv residence on Co-
lonial Hill.—J. F. Springer. 10-3-pd
LOST—Between Eickhoff and Mt.
Pleasant man’s brown lace boot for
| left foot. Finder please leave at
( is for Limited Time Only
When You Buy a HOTPOINT Electric Range there are
NO EXTRA CHARGES
Our Price on This Range is Complete in Your Kitchen
EAST TEXAS PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY
Lost—Pair yellow shell rim glas-
ses. Strayed—Small Persian cat.
Return to T. L. Denman. 10 J
- PREVENTS INFECTION*
*The greatest discovery in flesb
healing is the marvelous Boi ozone,
a preparation that eomes in liquid
and powder form. It is a combi-
nation treatment that not onlv
purifies the wound of germ3 that
cause infection but it heals the
flesh with extraordinary speed..
Bad wounds or cuts which take
weeks to heal with the ordinary
liniments mend quickly under the
powerful influence of this wonder-
ful remedy. Price (Liquid) 30c,
OUo and $1.20. Powder 30c and
00c. • Sold by ^
0. S. STEPHENS DRUG GO-
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 76, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 10, 1925, newspaper, June 10, 1925; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth783453/m1/2/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.