Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 126, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 14, 1930 Page: 2 of 4
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MT. PLBA&ANT MAILT TKICB& THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1M4.
They are the thing to have in hot weather if
you value your looks.
Better for your hair to look beautiful
and go without a hat than to cover up dry,
greasy, bushy hair with a beautiful hat.
The way your hair looks is an indica-
tion of the condition of your body. Se be
careful and give it every attention.
Let us give you a diagnosis—then a
beautiful permanent for $10.00 or $6.00—
take your choice.
Vaughan Beauty Parlor
Phone 48 Mrs. Vaughan, Prop.
LADY GLAD TO
Old Resident Eager- To Tell What New
Medicine Did Foe Her After
—and the Worst is Yet to Come
«*T. PLEASANT DAILY
G. W. CROSS, Editor
times Schedule Second
! Half of Northeast
Catered at the postoffice at Alt. Pleas-
Mt. Texas, as secondclass mail matter \
All obituaries, resolutions of respect,
tarda of thanks, etc., will be charged
for at regular rates.
Sweden ranks second to the United
States for the production of vacuum
cleaners and Germany is in third
Friday, August 15
l Winnsboro at Avingov. Si . Pleasant
al Linden, Pittsburg at Mt. Vernon.
Sunday, August 17
Avinger at Linden, Mt. Pleasant at
Pittsburg, Mt. Vernon at Winnsboro.
Tuesday, August 19
Avinger at Mt. Vernon, Linden at
Mt. Pleasant, Winnsboro at Pittsburg.
These dates have been furnished us
>y B. F. Whitworth of Linden, secre-
tary of the Northeast Texas Ama-
teur Baseball Association.
MRS. H. L. DRYER
Poland’s first factory for the manu-
facture of typewriters has begun op-
erations at Posen.
France has become the world's sec-
ond largest products of naval stores
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We are authorized to make an-
nouncement of the following candi-
dates for office, subject to the action
of the Democratic Primary on Aug-
ust 23rd, 1920:
“I was badly run down and even
the simplest foods brought on at-
tacks of indigestion,” said Mrs. H.
L. Dryer, for more than fifty years
a resident of Corpus Christj. Texas,
residing at 1337 Ocean Drive, in that
city. ‘‘1 bloated terribly after meals
and suffered severe belching spells.
Constipation was a source of constant
worry and I had severe pains in my
abdomen after meals. 1 was unable
to sleep at night.
“I have taken Konjola but a week
and I can say that every ache and
pain in my stomach is gone. 1 can
now rest well at night and eat what
I wish without any cf my former
miseries. I have never used a medi-
cine like Konjola and although 1 am
68 years of age I can do plenty of
work. I am more than glad to pass
my praise for this medicine on to
This is not an exceptional case.
Konjola does work quickly and none
the less thoroughly. It is best in
most cases to continue the treatment
over a period of from six to eight
Konjola is sold in Mt. Pleasant at
---- j Swint Bros.’ Drug Store, and by all
Potash salts have been discovered | the best druggists in all towns thru-
in a thick bed of rock in New Bruns- j out this entire section.
wick that wu3 being bored in a search , -------
for gas and oil.
Blood in the average human body
travels five times the nautical dis-
tance between New York and Manila
in one year.
| At one time Holland and France
i experienced a veritable mania for
j speculating in tulip bulbs. Gambling
! in rare bulbs took hold of all classes.
DID YOU EVER STOP TO
By Ed son R. Waite
im: BOOKMAN’S HOLIDAY
The United States imported more! Literai'y Editor—Where is that
than 65,134,000 bunches of bananas i book that T reviewed yesterday ?
last year, establishing a new high ! Assistant—I gave it away,
record. Literary Editor—What! Didn’t
__:.You know that 1 hadn’t read it yet?
For Congress, First District:
For Representative 35th District:
J. O. JOHNSON
For District Attorney:
T. C. HUTCHINGS
For District Clerk: .
JACK CROSS i
For County .iuukc.
R. T. WILBANKS
-For Sheriff: (
Q. C. GADDIS
For County Clerk:
W. R. WHITAKER
For Tax Collector: ,
JOHN T. LEFTWICH
For Tax Assessor:
W. A. HAYDEN
For County Attorney:
’G. B. DICKSON
For County Superintendent:
H. G. SMITH
For Public Weigher:
For J. P. Precinct 1:
PR. W. T. BALLARD.
For Commissioner, Precinct One:
It has been estimated that Colom-
bia’s waterfalls could be harnessed to
produce more than 4,000,000 horse-
Joy Bath Takes Out
New English Way
Now you can dance to your heart’s
content, run and walk and have good I
feet free from corns, callouses and !
The soreness, aching and burning
quits with one exhilirating Radox
Bath—3 or 4 baths, as many nights
in succession and you lift out corns
roots and all.
No in r ■ foot agony—instead strong
vigori u feet that, will never go back
on you.—Swint Bros, sells Radox—
so do all leading druggists.
McCLINTON RADIO .SHOP
I Sell R. C. A. and Victor Radios
Repair and Service all Makes
Test Tubes Free
Used Radios at & Bargain
J. A. DAVIS
i am fully equipped to do any gs*
fitting in Mt. Pleasant and will furn
ish estimates on short notice.
Telephone No. 7
Need Job Printing ?—CaTT 16.
A. B. Cargill, Publisher of the
Burlingame (California) Advance-
That every effort to supplant the
daily and weekly newspaper as the
primary medium for retail advertis-
ing, by the use of a shopping news
or other device, has failed.
In isolated cases the shopping news
has been a success, but where such
is the case there is some unusual set
. of circumstances that has made this
, possible. However, in the main, the
; shopping news idea has not gone ov-
; or. Hundreds of attempts have re-
; suited in failure.
The reason is that the people gen-
j orally read a newspaper for news of
! the day’s happenings. While there
are exceptions to this, it is a “news”
, paper that they want. Advertising
: i sone department cf the news. But
; they want the rest of the news too,
and this is not supplied by a medium
that contains advertising only. So
there is a big waste in shopping pap-
ers. A large percentage of them
are never opened. They are consid-
ered as just so much “advertising
The m» reliant who relies to any
great extent for advertising results
from them fools himself. Some of
them produce a certain type of re-
sults but not the cumulative, confi-
dence-building variety that results
from persstent newspajiei^ advertis-
While the shopping news will per-
sist. it finally is being classified in
the pubic mind in its proper place—
not as a rival to the newspaper, but
just as another of a hundred, and one
different kinds of advertising media
that are used generally by those who
have not been sold fully on the val-
ue of newspapers.
Mrs. Georgia Dunklin, who has been
on a two months’ visit to Waco, has
Times Review anil i.'alius News both
one year for only $1.75
Relieves a Headache or Neuralgia in
39 minutes, checks a Cold Ihc first
day, and checks Malaria in three days.
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Cross, G. W. Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 126, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 14, 1930, newspaper, August 14, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth783809/m1/2/: accessed July 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.