Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 126, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 14, 1930 Page: 4 of 4
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PLEASANT DAILY TINES THURSDAY, AUGUST 14. 1930.
This Woman In 4 Weeks
Lost 19 Pounds o
* DID YO\! EVER STOP TO ,*
« ' THINK? 0'
•S’ By Edson R. Waite 4>
* Shawnee, Oklahoma
O’ ■Sf Here’s a letter written October 21,
w1 4> 'll5 ■v1 •&> 4> 4r tS3 rC! I! 4>'* d> >i> O 1929, by Mis. Fred Barringer of Lew-
istown, Montana, that ought to be
1 hat many cities are starting to fea(j t,vorv overweight woman in
blossom out ecauke their Citizens America
have made them attractive and good ,, ,. ,
iii,- Gentlemen: I tnst saw your ud-
cities m which to live and do busi- , ~
vertlsement in a Millings, Montana.
paper and decided to try Krueschen
Many of these cities are full of ^alts
unusually progressive people who are- , 1
working hard to improve living con- . 1 stai'^‘1 talcin* t,hem ever*v moni'
ditions inK as directed as 1 was very much
They are much concerned over put- overweight and wanted to reduce,
ting their “best foot forward.” 1 h',H tmd 8'“mg 0,1 a diet hul
They are devoting much time to would Kfit s" hu"gry that my diet
the care and development of parkB, to WHukl not last I,,n* so 1 Voided to
the paving of streets, to the beauti- Krueschen Salts a tair trial,
filiation of lawns, to the cutting of da-v I started to take them 1
Weeds ailu the iOinOVal of Unsightly We'?,U1'1 !lumlfls- an" ar present
objects and doing away with the wk*ck ka,s been just four weeks, I
weigh a,'ll) lies. And l must say, Ij
feel much bettor in every way, be-i
sides lookiftg much better. Kruesch-1
on Salts had a decided effect upejt.
the quantity of food I took and stim-
ulated my desire to greater activity.
1 , have recommended Krueschen
Salts to many of my friends, in fact,
have a number of them taking
May all large people, both men and
women, who want to reduce in an
easy way. give Krueschen Salts a fair
trial. ! am sure it will convince any
A bottle of Krueschen Salts that
lasts four weeks costs hut 85c at
savin* Iiv-ocr viere, or any
drugstore in America.
Helen—How are you coming along J
with your automobile lessons?
Hazel—Great. 1 can aim at it with
one hand now.
j inanity. It presents a living effect
j on the outside world.
Try a Times Keview Want Ad.
A LL types of overt* using fuels arc vc: % .ited v . h co.isccjvicnt c vapor-
* ation of the natural moisture in i he food. They necessitate your
presence in a hot kitchen and constant attention to . . c : ;,ung opera-
tion. The fuelless electric range eliminates evaporation and cooks by
clockwork, leaving you free to devote your time to other things.
| ,^OR the high powered, high speed cars of today, with needed quick slarts and
IP stops, you should have this extra protection. Just look at the inside of this
Firestone Anchor Super Heavy Duly Tire. There are eight plies of cords under
the all Non-Skid, Center Traction Tread. It is a big—tough—strong tire a con-
sJriicfion that insures against punctures and blowouts.
<f So nntl See for
Wc have cut up various brands
of tires, so that you can see the
inside eonsti’uetion. Come in
and make these comparisons,
section for section, and you will
readily sec: the superiority of
We sell and service the com-
plete line of Firestone Tires,
Tidies, Batteries, Rims, Brake
Lining and Accessories, and
actually give you greater
PATENTED double cord breaker thicker tread
f All Electric j
[ 10% Down 18^
Gas & Electric Company
Everyone Should Mnve
livery one Cun Afford to Pay
WfE HAVE JOINED with Firestone’s Go-operative Plan to
W Rive yon lower prices and plus values by reducing operat-
ing costs, and with volume business on a small margin of profit
we are able to make you these substantial savings.
Super BSeavy Duty
Our Tlr« H Mail Order
(Cosh Price) Super Tlra
4.50.21.- $9.20 $9*75
4.75-19 10.20 10.25
5.00- 20. 11.35 11.95
5,25-20 1235 13*65
6.00- 19 14.45 16.65
6.50-19 17.40 18.95
7.00- 20 19.05 23*45
Other Sizes Proportionately Lew
—a bargain for cash. Phone 141
Mrs. Bonnie Jones. 14
4.50-21 635 631
4.75-19. 7*55 7*51
5.00- 19.. 7.98 7.91
5.00- 20.- 8.15 8.11
5.25- 1 a 8.98 8.91
5.25- 21 9.7S 9.71
6.00.20 12.55 12.94
Other SJ/M Projrnrtlonntely Loir
WANTED—If you are a hard
worker, neat appearing and want a
permanent connection, salary about
$4.00 per day to start, sec Mr. Gates,
Room 128, Jefferson Hotel, between
6 and 7 o’clock. 14-lpd
FOE RENT—5 room house with all
conveniences, including gas; one
block south of Jefferson Hotel, Phone
128.—Mrs. J. F. Wilkinson. 18-tf
MORE RUBBER IN Ffijl
p TREAD AND SIDEWALL
Nsiper Heavy Duty
FOR Rn,i\T—Furnished or unfurn- Bridge Party
tshed apartment, adjoining bath, close
in. on paved street. Phone 402-R— J)n Wednf,sdaf aftGrnoon Mrs. Jim
Mrs. John Tabh. 13-41 Wltt entertained with three tables of
bridge at her home on North Jeffer-
1 son street, honoring Mrs. J. B. Lati-
FOR RENT—Nice ,bed room ad- mer of Lake Charles, La. The liv-
joining liath, close in; electric fan. ing room was beautiful with baskets
Reasonable. P. 0. Box 867. 12-81 of marigold and petunias. Several
delightful games were played during
I OR SALE My home on West the afternoon. Mrs. John W ilson won
first Street, completely furnished, or high score. The honoree was pre-
will lease for year. Will take late sented with a lovely gift. During
model car as first payment. Good the,social hour the hostess served a
terms. 1 hi no 800, or see me at | salad plate to the following: Mines.
Irvin - Robertson, Inc. — Bonnie Hiram Brown, IT. C. Shaw, Dan Witt.
-~-4t Sam Willson. 1. N. Williams, Herbert
: Hamlin. Ruth Ferguson, I). C. Crews,
FOR SALE—Furniture for *5-room | Milton Meyer, John Wilson, J. C.
house, including a new electric range j Whittenburg and the honoree.
Onr Tire AMnil Order
(Cash Price) Tiro
30xft</» $4.26 $4*20
4.40-21 4»79 4*79
4.50-21 5-25 535
11. i>. thitk Tines
30x5 $19.45 $19.45
32x6 34.10 34.10
Our *Mnll Order
4.75 In. I.7U In.
J 4.SO lbs. tS.BsDM,
,5»S in. .r.5S In.
13 Pint. H
The Firestone Anchor Super Heavy
Duty Balloon ha, u double c.ord
breaker — 8 plies under tile tread.
Some other makes have no breaker
at all and some u single breaker
made with old-fa«liionnd, square
woven fabric that Firestone dis-
carded when they developed the bal-
. .1(5 cu. in. 150 ru. in.
JL.A “Mail Order" or “Special Brand" tire is made by some
^ unknown manufacturer bnd sold under a name that dorr
not identify him to tlie public, usually because lie builds hu
“first grade” tires under his own name.
HO 9 J II I, It Oil A It AIVFKEs Fvery t‘rc Firestone makes bears
i the name ____ _________ ,
~~~ and every tire we sell carries the Firestone 1 ulimited Guar-
y protected—uhsolutely assured every dollar you spend buys real quality and
von will <j«>« all tlie miles mil of your tires shat be.i-u buiil in by Firestone,
JEFFERSON SERVICE STATION
Dealer, Fhore 194
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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/m1/4/: accessed February 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.