Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 200, Ed. 1 Monday, November 21, 1932 Page: 4 of 4
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'Nature in the Raw”—as portrayed
by John Charlton, after the famous
painting depicting the heroic Charge
of the Light Brigade in the face of a
withering fire at the battle of Bala*
klava in the Crimean War (1854).
"Nature in the Raw is Seldom
Mild”—and raw tobaccos have no
place in cigarettes.
No raw tobaccos in Luckies
—that’s why they’re so mild
VVTE buy the finest, the very finest
▼ ▼ tobaccos in all the world—
but that does not explain why
folks everywhere regard Lucky
Strike as the mildest cigarette.
The fact is, we never overlook the
truth that "Nature in the Raw
is Seldom Mild”—so these fine
tobaccos, after proper aging and
mellowing, are then given the
benefit of that Lucky Strike puri-
fying process, described by the
words—"It’s toasted”. That’s
why folks in every city, town and
hamlet say that Luckies are such
Ihat package of mild LuckiagT
MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1932.
Y ovlc CoiltVttl
Your smart Holiday Apparel demands a new Coiffeure.
Come in and have a personality hair cut, permanent wave, fin
eer wave, or marcel wave.
We have a hair dress for each individual personality. Remem-
ber Tuesday specials, a real beauty treatment for $1.00.
MT. PLEASANT BEAUTY SHOP
MRS. MUMPOWER, Prop.
New York, Nov. 21.—The New York
Central Railroad Company announced
Sunday that 1,500 additional men
would be put back to work in its car
shops at East Buffalo, N1. Y., and In
dianapolis, Ind., beginning Dec. 1.
The men will be employed five days j
a week. In addition, it was said thaf
the company’s winter program, which
calls for repairing equipment, will
<K.<~x.******^^^ Rive employment t0 1)000 othe, men
~ j for five months in factories that sup-
' with them in their car for a several ■ ply material used in making repairs.
hour~ ride. j The work program follows New
— i Castro was taken to a point near j York Central’s request for a $2,500,-
j^0Vi _Aubrey | ^ort Worth where he was put out oF 000 Reconstruction Finance Corpora-
the Oklahoma ;tl10 automobile and was told to keep ! tion loan. The company will use the
his mouth shut. He telephone to Dal-; proceeds to repair 10,000 steel box
FOOTBALL PLAYER DIES
AS PIANO FALLS ON HIM
Heard, 18, guard on
Baptist University football team,.was
killed here today when a piano he was
loading on a trailer slipped, crushing
The youth, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
G. Heard, was earning his way
through college as a newspaper car-
las that he was
He telephone to Dal-1 proceeds
in Fort Worth and
cars and 3,000 automobile cars.
FAKE COPS ROB STORE
Mrs. W. i. Weldon entertained with
three tables of bridge Saturday night,
i Beautiful Fall leaves, berries and
| chrysanthemums were used profuse-
‘ ly as decorations. The prize was giv-
en to Mr. Gilpin and Miss Elizabeth
j Harris. During the evening a most
i delicious luncheon plate was served
Dallas, Texas,' Nov. 20.—Police
Saturday sought two men who posed
as police seai’ching for stolen goods , , , „ T
, v»i a • n *. , the following: Mr. and Mrs. Joe
and robbed Enrique Castro, grocery I A
store operator, of $54, taking him
Used Cars Bought
Mortgages paid off, and refinanced,
or cash for your equity.
Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Witt, Mes-
j srs. Gilpin, Percy Redfearn, T. R.
I Florey Jr., Misses Elizabeth Harris,
j Pauline McMillan and Theresa Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Spurger went
to Chickasha, Okla., Sunday for a
THREE BOYS KILLED
ON RAILROAD TRACK
Chester, Pa., Nov. 20.—Three small i
boys were killed by a Pennsylvania
Railroad passenger train on an ele-
vated crossing in the center of Ches-
Police expressed the opinion the
children had been playing along the
tracks. The engineer of the train,
bound from Washington to New York,
was unaware of the accident until it
stopped in Philadelphia, where rail-
road police informed him.
We want to give someone a
NEW PHILC0 JR. SUPERHETERODYNE
. Those of vou who are already plan
as a Christmas presen i • pHlLCO radio models for
ning to buy one cf the ''f ^ ^efore December 20th, so that you wili
Christmas should now • ^ pHlLCO jr., to be given away on
have an opportunity o u our ,an The winner can either
that date. See us for par k buys, or give it to a friend
apply the set as credit on the 1 •
for a fine Christmas present.
may win this extra set.
PHlLCO before Dec. 20th—and you
BARRETT RADIO SHOP—PHONE 84
“RELIABLE RADIO SERVICE”
FOR SALE — I have milk cows,
As a phonetic character, v in mod- ’ peanut hay baled with peanuts, or pea
ern English is a voiced labiodental hay and farm implements.—W. P.
Business lagging ? Advertise!
Campbell, at Farmer’s Academy. 3d3w
FOR RENT—Apartment, every-
Keep up with the times by
cribing for The Daily Times.
-Mrs. J. H. Mc-
thing furnished, oi
Want Ads Farland _
LOST—Magnolia courtesy caid for
LOST—Somewhere about town Fri- W. S. King, Union Paving Company
day, new dark red leather brief case. Some place in town Sunday moi g.
Reward for return to I. N. Williams Please return to this office.
FOR RENT — Nice large bed room
with private bath; gentleman or cou-
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 200, Ed. 1 Monday, November 21, 1932, newspaper, November 21, 1932; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784539/m1/4/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.