Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 230, Ed. 1 Monday, December 6, 1926 Page: 4 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES MONPAY. DECEMBER A JIM*
Alconol 1 ime is
Houston, Dec. 5.—Mayor Oscar F.
Holcombe and four city commission-
ers, all .candidates for re-election,
were swept beck into office in the
primary election here Saturday by
large majofitie#'o£ first choice votes.
* ft^toyor Holcombe was given a ma-
jority of 2,672 over his three oppo-
nents, ^Murray B. Jones, T. L. Walker
and^Rbbert L. Cole.
„ Mr, Holcombe is well known in Mt.
Pleasant, having business interests
here, and his friends are glad to hear
of hils re-election.
LARGEST BRIDGE IN THE WORLD
For years New Yorkers have been
entertained with drawings and statis-
tics of the great bridge across the
Don’t wait any longer to select your materials to
bake your Christmas pies, cakes and other good
eats, but let us have your order now. We have the
bftd of everything, and will give your orddr prompt*
attention and the quickest delivery service.
Drive down aneHefe- us-fill- your
radiator with 188 proof denatured
448 PHONES 449
[ alcohol or if youHave already j
| bought it should be tested every <
I few days, which we will gladly j
£ do for you. j
| Temples’Service Station \
| Phone 333 j
“You Make Your Own Credit.1* Member R. II. A.
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the oldest living thing in the world.
Its. age is estimated at more than i
8,000 years. .
ROYAL ARCH NOTICE
Gold'is being taken from a mine
near Cairo, Wales, whjch was worked i
by the Romans nearly 1,700 years ..'
Rob Morris' Chapter No. 40 will
confer the Royal Arch degree on a
team Tuesday night. All Royal
Arch Masons are urged to attend M.
J. Wallace, H. P. 6-2
bees, as the first appropriations Evening Post.
ri*the states of New York and New , _.
’ey, will become available in July, Statisticians have figured the time
ft"commonwealth Waving set aside lost in every other business opera-
*00;000,000 a year for five years to- tlon. New thfey might figure , the
•d the building of . tha structure.'- timfe. wasted in’ figtfring statistics.^—
Buy your Christmas Goods now
and let us keep them until Christmas,.
—Eastland’s 5 and lQc Store. 6-2dlw *
MRS. W. H. SEAY
Agent Williamson Greenhouse
Will appreciate your orders for all
kinds of flowers and funeral designs.
C. S. STEPHENS
' Try oar Baths. 1\iii anil ShoSrer.
All *‘aclo«ed in tight, cWan, warm'
* and Sanitary.
Z0' f •• -
has revolutionized ;
Built op chassis of pressed
steel and shielded from out-
side interference! ,
From $60 up
See them here
FOR RENT—Five room cottage,
with all conveniences. Close in.—£3.
1.. i -. ' ^
STRAYED—From my pasture, big
fa^wn colored, muley Jersey cow.
Will pay reward for recovery.—O. C.
Just arfcw cents a day will banish thfc. dusty, unhealth*
ful, old-fashioned broom from your home forever. You
need the Fedelco. It wjll giye you a lifetime of faithful,
dependable service. Take advantage of youjr oppor-
tunityt—the low- prise—-the liberal, terms. Have ttyi
worlt-frw hours the Fedelco gives you - now.
Congeleum mats 18x36 inches,
ypuv choice 15c.—Eastland’s 5 & 10c
Every part of the FEDELCO from handle to nozrle is
strong as tne usual rlectnc cleaner guarantee.
Evr.ry j^rjt of quality materials and careful workman-
WOOD—All kinds of wood for sale.
we <fan assure you a lifetime
-Roy Shankles, phone
AClesmr of mvtn'MtrM 11
The Fedelco I. a dependeblc. high qilnlity Electrt*
cleaner. The finely constructed l/$ H. P. fan-cool«d
horizontal ihibtor develops more suc tion by actuil-tedt'
than any othcr houaehold cloanet. This powerful ijjp-
tion gets all embedded dirt, all grit, dust and surface
litter—without injury to the Apes* rug. You oauoc^E'
to the handle of each
WOOD! WOOD I
Any length, at Combs & Robert-
I»’b Wood Yard. Day phone 4^0.,
Ight phone 924-F2. 4-5t-pd
Sj*« P«t» th. FEDELC
Bfata lo «njoy It - TODAY, Enjoy!
rsUef from cw*»eping drudgery. Enjc
on your rugs aivd furnishings.
.Wkv H pav far 11 wit
la ysrar heme
leisure it brings. Enjoy tl^e
the saving uLwear and tear
, the longer Ufa of your pof-
ic weekly payment of
Sout it. Get your Fedelco
■Eastland’s 6 A 10d*Store» 2dw
See This ftettiarkabfe Clearer Today!
East Texas Public Service [Company
Wc have them already trimmed up
for sals.—Eastland’s 5 & lOc
»re- \ 6-2dlw
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Cross, G. W. Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 230, Ed. 1 Monday, December 6, 1926, newspaper, December 6, 1926; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784145/m1/4/: accessed March 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.