Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 133, Ed. 1 Friday, August 21, 1925 Page: 3 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1925.
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( AUTOS AM) THE su> ;
Do you know that 85 per
through our EYES?
cent of all we learn is
Then do you realize how essential it is that these
valuable organs should be properly cared for.
Let us examine your eyes.
It will cost you nothing to consult us
Railroad Time Registered and Graduate
The new water well being drilled
for the Home Light & Ice Co., hail
leached a depth of nearly 500 feet
ye lor lay, according to Phillip Dolin-
ski, president of the company. At
this depth, according to tests made,
the well will produce around 500 gal
Ions of water per minute or 30,000
gallons an hour. The daily capacity
will be 720,000 gallons and the total
monthly production 21,000,000, if it
should be necessary to use all the
water. The water is the same fine
quality as now being used from the
city's well. The ice company will in-
stall new pumping machinery for tha
well with a capacity to handle all
the water needed at finy time for fire
protection or domestice uses.
The addition of this well with its
enormous supply of good water plac-
' r~ ~i'Vbv.r^ in a class all of its own
in this section of the state in the
; matter of a water supply. It is a
million-dcllar arset and something
that Pittsburg should not only be
j proud of, but that should draw many
people to our little city.—Pittsburg
Do You Want to Sell Your
If you have a Farm or City; Property for sale I can sell it
for you if you have the right price. If you expect to put
your property on the market now is the time to list it.
Come in to see me and let’s talk the matter over.
A S. MITCHELL
REVIVAL MEETING AT BETHEL
The revival meeting at Bethel,
conducted by Ed S. Duncan, with J.
S. Duncan doing the singing, is pro-
gressing nicely. Large crowds are
in attendance at each service. There
has been three additions to the
church to date. The meeting will
continue until Sunday noon. Every
one is cordially invited to attend
these services. Elder Duncan will
leave for Hughes Springs Sunday
( afternoon for a week’s meeting.
The wardrobe of the average man
no longer holds a Sunday suit, hut
hi:; garage holds a motor car. Thu
remonstrates the National Associa
lion of Retail Clothiers, amiounimi
the conclusion of a nationwide in
vestigation. I he association is wi.-er
and perhaps, a little sadder. N'o one
it seems, loves a Sunday suit any
The survey of course, developed
some instances deserving to be de-
signated by the statisticians as
“striking examples.” In one New
York State city, a store that usually
had made sales of 150 suits and over-
coats after its regular annual cam-
paign, sold one 17 such tnis year
On the same day of the special sale,
automobile dealers across the street
sold 25 cars.
Money makes the motor go and a
little installment, often no more
than the cost of the suit of clothes,
is a self starter of a sort. It may
he that the automobile is merely the
semblance of a profound change in
ways of living. Sundays are not
what they used to be. Nowadays
they are days for clearing off the
rust of the whole week—physical,
mental and mechanical—surely not
a job to be done in a “Sunday Suit.’’
Perhaps the clothing men are only
indulging in a bit of professional hal-
looing. Wardrobes are probably not
so bare as they seem. If the Sunday
suit has passed there need be no uu,
usued hangers in the closet. The
automobile itself has brought new
items of clothing. In the division of
our interest there need be no alien-
ation of affection. And one install-
ment does not keep the motor car
any more than a Sunday suit makes a
Saturday afternoon and
FRED THOMSON AND SILVER
KING. Positively the first time
shown in Mt. Pleasant.
Mrs. J. L. Hays went to Commerce
Friday to attend the graduating ex-
ercises of the Teachers’ College. Her
daughter, Miss Leah Hays, receive*
her A. B. degree, H
Phone your news items to 15.
j No Worm* in a Healthy Child •
All children troubled with Woiina have an i»
healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and aa •
rule, there is more or less stomach disturbance.
GROVES TASTELESS chill To NIC given regular!*
for two or three weeks will enrich the blood, im-
prove the digestion, and act as a General Strength-
ening Tonic to the whole system.ONature will thea
throw off or dispel the worms, and theChildwill ba
in perfect health. Pleasant to take. 60c per bottle.
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Besides Orange, there ate
4 other SQUEEZES, Just
as refreshing. In flavors to
Suit your taste—
In Bottles Only-Evetywhere
Bottled and Distributed under exclusive license from
National Fruit Flavor Cc., Inc.. New Orleans, La*
Dozens and dozens of “good deals” for both
buyers and sellers have been made through the
ilassified ad columns of the Times Review and The
Daily Times. If you want—or have for sale—a
house, a chair, a pig, a fur coat or freshly laid eggs
—you’ll find the classified ads a source of quick
Du you want a iawn swing?—Then ask for it
through our classified ads. Have you a lawn swing
you’d like to sell? Then tell the world through our
classified ads. Our classified ads get results for
both buyer and seller. An ad in our classified costs
os little,—only 5 cents per line.
Lime-Cola Bottling Co., Mt. Pleasant, Texas
Your “AD” to 15
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 133, Ed. 1 Friday, August 21, 1925, newspaper, August 21, 1925; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth783634/m1/3/: accessed March 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.