Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 69, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 3, 1925 Page: 1 of 4
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Mt Pleasant Daily Times
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MT. PLEASANT, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, 1925.
FILL YOUR GROCERY
League to Have
Only Six Clubs
A meeting the East Texas League
•was held at Gilmer Tuesday, which
brought about a radical change in the
membership of the organization, as it
reduced the number of cluhs from
eight to six. ThB)silphur Springs
club gave notice Sunday night of its
withdrawal, but President Crosby
has been keeping the club in the run-
ning since that time, as it was on
the road, and the team in the town
where it was playing was responsi-
ble for the expenses. The action of
the Sulphur Springs club was the oc-
casion for the meeting, as some
means had to be devised to keep the
League in running order. Efforts
were made to transfer the franchise
to another town, but it is too late in
the season for any other place to warn
to lake over a club.
After considerable discussion, it
was decided to cut the circuit from
eight t&\six clubs, and consolidate the
Mt. Pleasant and Longview clubs, as
these towns are the smallest left in
the circuit, and had more financial
troubles than the others.
After the consolidation was agreed
on, the combination was given the
choice of the Sulphur Springs play-
ers, and in this way one of the
strongest teams in the circuit can be
built up, as there are some good play-
ers on all these teams, and a win-
ning combination can be assembled.
The Cats 1 nvc one of the best hitting
clubs in the League at present, being
second in batting percentage, and
with the addition of the best pitch'-
ers of Sulphur Springs and Longview
will make a strong team. There is
some talk that Willie Lee Crosby, now
with the Pacific Coast League, will
be given the management of the new
team, and be one of the catchers.
The only undesirable f igure of the
new combination is tha* the games at
home will be divided Mtween Mt.
Pleasant and Longview. This will
mean that half the games will be
played while on the road, and a fourth
in Mt. rieasant and a fourth in
Longview. President Crosby i.s now
working out a new schedule, which
will designate the playing dates.
When you think of sending it |
to the cleaner think again and X
send it to a
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This schedule will be ready to go into
effect Monday, the eight teams play-
ing until Sunday’s games are com-
From Cats in
Close Game Tues.
The Texarkana Twins won a good
game from the Cats Tuesday after-
noon at Texarkana, when Craig’s sup-
pert went to pieces and four scores
were made. Craig purposcsly walked
two heavy hitters and 'when the nexl
man hit a grounder to Foss, , he boot-
ed it and allowed two runs for a
double play. In the same inning he
did the same thing and allowed two
more scores, losing the game in the
eighth inning 6 to 3. Irby starred in
the field for Mt, Pleasant, making
four sensational catches.
Score by innings:
Texarkana ....................000 200 04*—3
Mt. Pleasant ................012 000 000—3
Batteries: Texarkana — Andrews
and Clayton. Mt. Pleasant—Craig
Tyler defeated Marshall 11 to 6,
Greenville took a game from Long-
view 13 to 0, while Paris defeated the
homeless Spartans 25 to 2.
Standing of the Clubs:
Tyler ....... ........................
Mt. Pleasant ...................
Sulphur Springs .............
MORE PEOPLE GO TO
Another large crowd of people went
to Commerce Wednesday to attend
the summer school of the Normal.
Among them were the following:
Frank Branson, Joe White, Otis La-
Prade, Mrs. Rhea Cromwell, Misses
Lucile M us grove and Maurine Dun-
W. C. Hickman began work Wed-
nesday morning tearing down the
brick work on the north end of the
J. M. Badt building and this structure
will be entirely re-modeled and made
into two separate business house?
This is an annex to the Badt store,
but the openings will all be closed up.
The north front will be made into a
modern appearing building, and will'
The meeting called by the Cham-
ber of Commerce for the fruit grow-
ers of Titus county was held at the
j City Hall Monday afternoon and was
j largely attended, there being over fif-
i ty interested people present. Owing
to some press trouble we were unable
to report this in Tuesday’s paper.
According to the growers, who
probably represented the biggest part
of the people engaged in peach grow-
be divided into two buildings. The j in„ there willbe about fifty carloads
present floor wiU be torn out and will j cf No> * to fa,lcy pick> as the hail ln
the early Spring caused considerable
be replaced with concrete on a level
with the curb of the street, and a con-
crete sidewalk will be laid entirely
around the building, which is on the
corner across from the post office.
After remodeling, this building will
be one of the best business proper
ties in the city owing to its nearness
to the post office, and we understand
that the corner building lias already
been leased for a picture show. Mr-
damage in many parts of the county.
However, there will be some No. 2
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Badt will continue to occupy his pre-
sent location, and will have an en-
trance to the street on the west in-
stead of on the north.
DO MOSQUITOES BOTHER YOU?
Try Kreso Dip the Reliable
Disinfectant or Whiz Fly
Spray—They won’t then.
MOSQUITOES SPREAD DISEASE
ELtlS-KELLEY DRUG COMPANY i
SOME FINE POTATOES
Jack Hicks of the Midway com-
munity has our thanks for liome fine
potatoes. They are of this year’s
crop and twelve of them placed side
by side extend over a yard. “Some
BANKS CLOSED WEDNESDAY
Both Mt. Pleasant hanks took n
holiday Wednesday in observance of
Jefferson Davis’ birthday.
GET ACQUAINTED WITH YOUR BANK
A better understanding of a bank’s services and its
intimate relationship to the community will reflect in
individual success and community prosperity.
We invite you to become acquainted if not already.
THE FIRST NATIUNAl BANK
H. F. Moore, Chairman J. R. Hart, Cashier
I. N. Williams, Pres. E. L. Garrison, Ass’t Cashier
O. W. Caudle, Vice Pres.
I certainly thank my patrons for their patronage during the past month, and
solicit your trade during June. I want your business
PAT TEMPLES, Garage Phone 294
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 69, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 3, 1925, newspaper, June 3, 1925; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth783831/m1/1/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.