The Times Review (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 38-A, Ed. 1 Friday, February 1, 1924 Page: 2 of 4
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MOUNT PLEASANT 7TIMES HE VIEW, FEBRUARY 1,1924.
We ai'e uuthorLed to
following names to the voters of Titus
county, subject to the action of the
Democratic Primary in July:
ONLY SMALL PROPORTION
OF POLL TAXES
Yesterday noon there had been
paid only about a third of the
poll taxes due in Mt. Peasant.
The number which had been
paid amounted to only 353, while
there are over twelve hundred
For Representative %
P. It. MASTERS ’
For District Judge
R. T. WILKINSON
For District Attorney
T. C. HUTCHINGS
Mrs. Geo. Lilienstern is leav-
ing Saturday for the Eastern
Markets. Any of Iter friends de-
siring special orders of any kind
should see her before Saturday.
For District Clerk:
•T. A, STEVENS
According io City Coiiector
W. R. WHITAKER »
For County Judge: *
E. L. (JUGGTE) MYERi*
For County Clerk:
W. E. McCLINTOCK
Foi County Attorney:
JOHN J. REEVES
Q. C. (i A DOTS
W. L. KELLEY
ims, this is the smallest propor-
tion ever paid in since he has
been in the office.
A WILL THERE’S
Failure to pay property taxes j
has aLo seriously affected the j
city schools, as the funds for the
operation of the schools is some-
We are daily receiving New
Spring Dresses, Coat Suits and
many other things for the spring
MEETING OF OFFICERS
AND CLUB MEMBERS
START AN ACCOUNT WITH
Eighteen officers and leaders
from the Girjs’ Home Demon-
stration Clubs were present Sat-
urday afternoon at a meeting
at the City rrall.
Miss Tcnnie Harour, leader of
the Old Union Club, was appoint-
ed temporary chairman and
Miss Thejlma Croxton, secretary
of the Green Hill Club, Secre-
tary. Permanent officers will be
elected in March.
Reports wore heard from the
Oak Grove, Nevirs Chapel,
Forest Grove, Argo, Panther’s
Chapel, Green Hill and Union.
Forest Grove is leading in!
sewing for January and Nevil’a i
Chapel is second.
A motion was carried to ask
each club girl to plant sweet peas
in her yard or garden for Spring
flowers and Chrysanthemums
Another meeting will be held
February 9th, for some wont in
making Spring hats.
There are 177 girls enrolled
in Home Demonstration Clubs.
For Tax Collector:
GEORGE W. McLEMORE*
C. T. (BUSTER) NEUGENT
For County Treasurer:
G. B. DICKSON
For Tax Assessor;
WILL A HAYDEN
miHBMaHiaiKKgeEiE msf ■
to complete the organization
rieubtuil, Tex., as a joint partnership,
has filed articles of incorporation,
with The Secretary of State at Aus-
tin, Texas and has applied for a
charter to do business in Texas with
its principal office at Mt. Pleasant,
in Titus County under the name of
Lilienstern Manufacturing Company.
And notice is hereby further given
that the aforesaid joint partnership
composed of D. M. Cook, August
Hoffrann, K. S. Lilienstern and O.
Li. i usiem will he dissolved imme-
diately upon the granting of the-
chatter as aforesaid; and all claims
and liabilities against the Lilien-
stern Manufacturing Company shall
thereafter be as against the corpora^-
tion as by statutes in such cases made
1-25—it O. LILIENSTERN.
For County Siipprintendent:
F. T. WARD
I want to buy your country
produce. Will pay the highest
cash market pjrice for your but-
ter, eggs, chickens and other
poultry. T. O. Johnston.
For Public Weigher:
B. H. DILLARD
J. F. GOOLSBY
J. A. LEE
SAM T. SMITH
For Commissioner Precinct 1:
Vv. M. (MATT) EDWARDS
A. P. (BUD) WILLIAMS
For J. P. Precinct 1:
J. F. WILKINSON
L. B. ROACH
For Constable Precinct 1:
W. N. GANN
A. A. CRAIG
F. P. (EMRY) DUNN
For Public Weigher Precinct 8:
EDGAR F. STINSON
CAR OF THAT
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO IN-
CORPORATE AND DISSOLVE
STATE OF TEXAS,
County of Titus
To Whom This May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the
Lilienstern Manufacturing Company,
of Mt. Pleasant, Texas, heretofore
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Mrs. Murphree says she hopes operated and doing business in ML.
H. E. Powell of Childress,! Miss Betty Bolding has re-
traveling engineer for the Texas! iu, „*»«! front Rochester, Minn.,
Central Light and Power Co., j where she spent,; three w|ftks rev
was here this w^eck looltifrom an operation at
sortie recbrltwork done at trie. Mayo HrosU hospital,
local plant. J ---
■’ J Mrs’, Mellie Jernigin returned
It’s too (late for, that pod tax, Tuesday to her home in Com-
receipt now—unless you are will merte
and think. “In 1884— \
The world’s most famous aut<|
mobile manufacturer was work
ing in a bicycle! shop.
A millionaire hotel owner wa
after spending some
here with her niece, Mrs.
America’s steel king wps.sto]
ing a blast furnace.
B. W. Musgrove,
Remember, I am in the mar-!---—
ket for all your poultry, eggs and ; Mgs. J. T. Harper of Mt. Vernon
butter. Will pay highest cash spent a few days here this week
market price for it. T. O. John-, with her sister, Mrs. ,T. A. Davis.
An international banker was,
firing a locomotive. f
A president of the United
States was running a printing
A great merchant was carry-
ing a pack on his back.
A railroad president was
pounding a telegraph key.”
There’s always room at the
top. Wi\l you be prepared for
your promotion when the time
__j Gus Ilodges of Greenville was
Times Review and the Dallas here on business Wednesday
Farm News one year for $1.75. ■ afid Thursday.
Secured in a special purchase from this
well-kno wn maker and on sale tomorrow
at a p, ice which is only a small fraction
of what they were intended to sell for.
The styles are Iqg numerous to describe
SMART DRAPED TURBANS,
r LUXURIOUS DRESS HATS, £
[ „ SPORT HATS, ^
LARGE HATS and SMALL HATS
A special program will be
rendered at the Presbyterian
church at the regular preaching
hour Sunday night. The subject
will be “A Hundred Per Cent
Society.” This will be the clos-
ing meeting of Christian En-
deavor Week. Everybody in-
vited to attend.
The Battery is the heart of the Automobile. Get
a brand new WILLARD that is shipped bone dry and
filled the day you get it. We have a complete line of
Batteries in stock, and one that will fit yonr oar.
We have a complete line of Batteries for any make
of Radio. Come in ar.d let us show you.
HATS FOR EVERY OCCASION
for Madame and Mademoiselle
/cry one a gem of artistic designing.
No Two Alike
Materials—Straw and Silk
Combinations, Hair Cloths,
Proxoline, Novelty Straw
Braids, Tagels, Georgettes,
Straw Cloth, etc.
k Ribbons, Feathers, Orna-
nients, Embroideries, Self-
[> trimmings and Timely
1 v Novelties.
The unprecedented loiv price of
these sftl: ndid hats will tong be
remembered by those attending
If you need the famous Purina
Checkerboard Feed, or any
otheir kind, of Feed, Flour or
Meal, or if you have Peas to sell,
sec L. B. Roach. He will appre-
ciate your trade. 1-25-31
C. E. WOOTTON, Prop. Mt. Pleasant, Texas
Yes. we h» vp Lignite, all lump
at $3.50 per ton delivered, also
the best of hard coal.
Mf. Pleasant Coal Yard.
1 11 8t Call 435 or 2S9.
W. A. JOHNSON &
let us show you
Mt. Pleasant Marble & Granite Werks
Lot# of women’ with Si lot pf
carmine on their lips and range
on their cheeks give their small
sons the mischief if they find a
dark ring atou&J hie neck'.
WANTED- -Farm band. Must
be willing to work. Phone 117,
or sec me on the streets.—E. IL
Gregory. t 1-29 3t pei
Yard Southeast Corner Square
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Cross, G. W. The Times Review (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 38-A, Ed. 1 Friday, February 1, 1924, newspaper, February 1, 1924; Mount Pleasant, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784209/m1/2/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.