Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 147, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 9, 1930 Page: 4 of 4
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JIT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1930.
MT. PLEASANT O i
THURSDA r OCI
At Baseball Park
Ample Free Parking
She Rejoices Over Wonderful Relief
From Indigestion—Happy to En-
dorse New Medicine
AND THE ADDED FEATURES
TRAINED WILD ANIMAL
Larder and Better
the Barnes folks.
Psychologists who have made a
study of the circus and its peopie, j
“I had stomach trouble for a year state that continuous practice is not
and a half," said Mrs. Alma Webster, the only thing that keeps performers |
5017 Avenue R., Galveston. “Each youthful. Light-heartedness, the
meal brought pain for my food was merry games in which they enter into
not properly digested. Gas formed between shows and the atmosphere of ilr,|l at night at 8 o clock by the pastor
after every meal, at times making vne pure fun and play that at all times
very ill. There were many things 1 attends them, is. so the students say.
did not dare eat because of the con- responsible for their wonderful phy-
dition of my stomach. ! sicai condition.
1 kept leading in the papers about The several hundred performers
Konjola and what it was doing for! with the A1 q Barnes Circus, which
so many people that I began the treat- t.0111es t() Mt. Pleasant for afternoon
ment. Konjola has so improved my and njKht exhibitions on Thursday,
condition tliat 1 have not had a sick September 11, appear to get more
or dizzy spell since I began taking joy and pleasure out of life than
the medicine. 1 can eat anything I performers in any other line of the-
wish without fear of subsequent mis- atriCals. Practically every male with
ery. 1 have improved in general the show is a member of the golf
health and am happy to endorse this c]ub) 01. either the baseball team,
medicine because of what it has done wbjje ^be
MRS. ALMA WEBSTER
PREACHING AT RIPLEY
SENSATIONAL NIGH WIRE ACT
FIRST TIME IN AMERICA
Miss Inez Brown of Breckenridge
I is a guest of relatives hen; this week.
PERFORMANCES ? AND 8 P.M DOORS OPEN 1 AND 7 PM.
GRANP STAND CHAIRS AND GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS ON SALE CIRCUS DAY
At WILHITE & PORTER ORUC, STORE
40 DANCING HORSES-'.O DANCING SUNK 1ST GIRLS
‘TUSKO” THE LARGEST BEAST WALKS ON EARTH TO DA A
THE DIFFERENT SHOW I ROM CALIFORNIA
that don’t relish |
sports have a weekly bridge tourna-
ment. Swimming parties are held;
whenever a pool is available. j
The personnel of the A1 G. Barnes j
order now, while the
roads are passable and quick deliver-
in the outdoor show business. This ies can be made. Free delivery in
large family is together from early n city limits. Charge of 5c per mile
March until late in November and for delivery outside of town,
dissention and trouble are total J (dill
strangers, despite the racial and de-j UNCLE CH ARLEY FELDMAN
ligious differences. Tolerance is the j Or phone order to Heading Factory
one foundation for the happiness of j or Frank Sims at City Hall
Two cities of the Baptist Church
entertained Monday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. J. B. Rowland as a sur-
prise and farewell shower to Mr
W. A.- Johnson, who has lived and
reared her family here, and numbers
her friends by the score. It was a
complete surprise and the ladies
had difficult in getting Mi s. Johnson
to come as she was preparing to leave
for her new home in Ennis. About
twenty-five ladies assembled and had
games and contests to keep up their
spirits as every one felt very deeply !
the leaving of these old citizens. Aft j
er refreshments were served, an ex-
press wagon was hauled in loaded
down with personal gifts for Mrs. !
Johnson. When she saw those she
was completely overcome and could i
hardly thank the ladies. These good i
people will be sorely missed by the
town, church and neighborhood.
California claims to lead the states
in the use of electricity on farms,
having more than 55,000 supplied
Try a Daily limes Want Ad.
Promises fill no sack”— $
it is TASTE and not words
you enjoy in a smoke
Have a green
lawn all summer
When lawns lose their bright
green color it is because they
are starving. Water alone will
not sustain them. To keep your
lawn a luxuriant green in hot-
test summer we recommend
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! © 1930, Liggett A Myers Tobacco Co.
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Cross, G. W. Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 147, Ed. 1 Tuesday, September 9, 1930, newspaper, September 9, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth783692/m1/4/: accessed February 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.