Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 124, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 11, 1925 Page: 3 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1925.
' COMING! THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
NAYLOR’S THREE DAY DOLLAR DAY SALE
Supreme and unparalleled are the values in this Three Day Bargain Festival. Do not fail
to read all the prices quoted in the circular when it appears. There are values that have
never been matched in the history of this community. Buy while it can be bought for less
North Side Square
Paying Cash Pays
Mt. Pleasant Texas
A most enjoyable event was the
lawn party given Monday evening by
Miss Carlynn Cleland, honoring her
As the guests assembled, they
were served wPh refreshing fruit
punch and asked to register.
The entire lawn was made a bow-
er of beauty by the use of gay Japa-
nese lanterns everywhere. The soft
glow, from the swinging lanterns,
A right smart hand at
chawin’ is my friend Ben Lar-
Mbee,— He sez hes chawed in-
cessant. sence the fall of sixty-
three.. .We nicknamed him “To-
backer Ben”—he. raises it, ye
know—an’ they say he swallers
half the juice, but I hardly
think its so.
Dock sez if Ben should mas-
ticate a single scruple more,
he’d flop his wings an’ soar
away to some eternal shore......
And, while the sober thinker
may concede that Dock is right,
Ben’s wife declares he takes a
f"’ist to bed with him at night!
• t’s cm-’us how a habit forms,
mV hitches onto men,—controls
’em sole and body, like toback-
er’s done to Ben....And still—
we’re bound to recognize the
wheat, among the tares—you’ll
scarcely find a bettor man
around here anywheres!
I reckon that the most of us
with failin’s of our own, had
better regalatc ourselves, afore
we cast a-stone.
shed over the pretty lawn, caused the
guests to feel they had had a
glimpse into fairyland.
The evening was spent with all
kinds of entertainments, at the close
of which the cutting of the beauti-
ful birthday cake evoked much mer-
riment and delicious refreshments
were served to Misses Evelyn Eng-
land, Louise Keith Moody, Eddie Bell
Jones, Louise England, Dorothy Ed-
wards, Jane Butler, Sarah Scott,
Maurine Hickman, Evelyn Strother,
Dorothy Grissom, Damon Foster,
Mabel Player, Mildred Rogers, Sa-
rah Malloy, Margaret Hess, Sarah
Frank Russell, Marguerite Kay, Em-
ma Old, Novie Sue Cawthon, Estelle
Mabry, Dovie Smith, Beatrice Cal-
vert, Velva Vickery, Doris Hays,
Miriam Greathouse, Maurine Steph-
enson; Messrs. Junior Caudle, Fred
Allen, Cliff Roper, William Ferguson,
Bill Williams, Herman [/Old, Clyde
dames Cawthon, Merle Greathouse,
1\ C. Hutchings Jr. and Evans John-
NEW ZANE GREY-PARAMOUNT
PICTURE ON LOCAL SCREES
The clash between desperate out-
i laws and the law-abiding element in
, the vast cattle country of Southern
j Arizona provides the parallel of de-
struction and progress in the build-
! ing of the West, and is brought out
| in a colorful, romantic manner in
j “The Light of Western Stars” the
' Paramount screen version of the
Zane Grey novel of the same name,
( which is now showing at the Martin
: Filmed under the personal direct- ’
I ion of William K. Howard, the produ-
j cer of that cinema epic, “The Thur-
; dering Herd,” and featuring an all-
-star cast including Jack Holt, Noah
This is the auspicious beginning of
the dynamic plot which sweeps along
to a pulse-stirring climax thru an
amazing series of melodramic, kid-
napping, cattle-rustling and daring
deed of heroism.
Particular interest attaches to the
marvelous outdoor settings inasmuch
as the entire production was photo-
graphed in the mountain and desert
country of Arizona.
The State of Texas has a law for-
bidding drunken persons from driv-
ing cars. No law is kept absolutely
, rigid by any people, but here is a
i that ought to be kept much bet-
; ter. Life is too precious to be snuf-
fed out by a drunken boob running
' an automobile, who neither cares how
nor where he drives, nor whom he
hurts pi kills, in his drunken orgies
He is no less a murderer than the
j man who kills you with a pistol while
he is drunk. You are just as dead
| one way as the other. In cither in-
! stance the undertaker must he call-
| ed. Is the pleasure of u drunken yap
in an automobile worth more than
human life?—Bonham Favorite.
Mrs. Ed Jones and children, Ed-
die Belle and Clarine, and Mrs. M. E.
Jones left Tuesday morning for Dal-
las to visit relatives for a few days.
Spence Masters of Commerce
visiting friends here this week.
’"TtEE—from cutor tast#
Beery and Billie Dove, “The Light of
Western Stars” is essentially an ad-
venturous-drama of thrilling action
with a compelling love interest that
takes the most unexpected turns.
When Holt, renowned for his ex-
ploits in the cattle country, makes a
vow during a rollicking spree to mar- !
ry the first girl who alights from the J
transcontinental train at El Cajon,
he little dreams of the exciting ad-
ventures that are to follow.
For across the mountain range,
terror has descended upon the peace-
ful town of Miramonte — terror
wrought by N'oah Beery, who has
ridden in with his bandit followers
to pillage and slay. And Holt is to
come to death- grips with Beery over
the girl, Billie Dove, who happens to j
arrive at the time of Holt’s madcap j
igi'pAR I £ ;j
Paris & Mt, Pleasant Railway Co.
R. W. WORTHAM, Receiver
The Railroad that has alvyays done its best
to be beneficial to Mt. PUasant People.
ROBERT E. WILLIAMS
F. L. BRANTLEY
G. F. & P. A.
Super-refined for medicinal use. Strength
ana Purity unchanged. Never aold in
bulk. Bottled and labelled at the Labor-
atories. The original tasteless castor oil.
FREE — literature on request to WALTER
JANVIER, Inc., 4>7 Canal St., New York
Two rizti—2)c. and joc.
at all good drug itoret.
CORN ON THE. COB
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TAKES CicI* GRASP OW COB —
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WOMPERS WHY GOME ONE DOESNT
invent MriP guards for-
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MAKES FIRST TURN WITHOUT
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missing- A Stroke — f
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 124, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 11, 1925, newspaper, August 11, 1925; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784545/m1/3/: accessed December 15, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.