Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, April 10, 1931 Page: 2 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY »IMES FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1931.
MT. PLEASANT DAI LI TIMES
G. W. CROSS, Editor
Used in Darkest
jy y Woman Lost j
14 Pounds of Fat
Pymgies Pracdice System Which Has
Shocked Modern World
! Anyone who imagines that trial
i marriage is an outgrowth of this jazz-
| stepping, gin-drinking age is in for a
Cntercd at the jiostoifice at Mt. Pleas- j star‘ling surprise. The pygmies, an
Vt, Texas as >« eon.i class mail mat- j ;n(,,n ,»iy moral people, have used it
ter. All obituaries, resolutions of j t<> test the love of their young men
respect, cards of thanks, etc., will be ;in(| gj,.]R fr(,m time immemorial,
charged for at regular rates. > “Africa Speaks,” the Columbia jun-
■■ ___■■■ gle VOmallCe which sllOWS at the TltUS
Thursday Bridge Club | Theatre today, reveals these little
J____ : people in their most weirdly intimate
moments and indicates how they have
DID YOU EVER STOP
By Edson R. Waite
v1 ■O' 'S’ C11
One 85 Cent Bottle of
Kruschen Salts Did It
“1 am starring on my second bottle
of Kruschen Salts and am real pleas-
j THAT sometimes some people talk ed with results. I take it for reduc-
too much. ing and so far have lost 14 pounds
i Sometimes most people that should and think it is doing wonders for me.
talk don’t tallv
l There is a great tendency on the
, part of many members of business
organizations to keep quiet at the ,
wrong time. When propositions |
come up concerning the walfare of |
Thc fraprance ami color J'Z’Z ^“ ■* -i..-] bu«ev, e.Can, ^ »uj«r-that will
lem of how to
love and passion.
According to Paul Hocfler who di-
The Thursday Bridge Club was en-
tertained by Mrs. I. N.
, . 1 mm nr now T.n murr netween true !
Some of them seem afraid that if
they start talking they will get the
reputation of talking too much or
trying to run things to suit them-
, ! other they ask her father for permis- ^ scd'Ch’ be^el ^ tba^ 11
sion to marry. If he consents, they
seek consent of the chief. .The chief
1 do not feel so tired evenings when
1 get home from work.”
A generous bottle of Kruschen Salts
that lasts I weeks costts but &5 cents,
Swint Bros., or any drugstore in Am-
erica—take one half teaspoon in a
the home city, a majority of the right j glass of hot water every morning he-
men sit like clams and leave the pro- ! fore breakfast—cut out pastry and
position hanging in the air like a fatty meats go light on potatoes,
flowers added to the enjoyment of
the afternoon. Mrs. Earl Calloway j
of Amarillo won the prize for guests, | vectt‘ci the Aiming °f the picture in
and Mrs. Joe Leguenec for club mem- the heart of thc black whe"
a young man and a girl love each
hers. The afternoon was finished
most delightfully with a two course
luncheon plate. The following were
present: Mines. Earl Lide, Max,
Fore, Hiram Brown, U. B. Hughes, gives them a lon? talk on the duties
J. M. Badt, S. C. Broadstreet, P. E.
Wallace, Earl Calloway, G. L. Keith, |
Dan Witt, Joe Leguenec, Alma Cok-
er, Norma Martin, the latter a lunch-
! of a married couple-
Last year Great Britain
81,200,000 eggs from France.
But not for good! The young peo-
ple live together for
the cm! of that time, they decide that
j they have made a mistake they sirn-
J ply separate. If they are satisfied
j with each other and certain their af-
imported ■ lection will endure, they go back to j
the chief. He performs a mystic rite I
putation than to sil like a dummy.
It is not necessary for a man to
be a fluent after-dinner speaker to
and unites them. talk' Tht‘-V should *?et UP and sfak!
their piece and tell what they think
year If at! al)0Ut the proposition and not wait
j to do their talking on the outside,
j If people will not take advantage
! of these opportunities to express
! their opinions, meetings of this kind
1 will get a city nowhere.
: with them, says the directors of “Af- j Mmea. Hays and Vandiver Entertain
i rica Speaks,” seals the bond—and J J___
j they mugt live together for life.
But woe to the one who is unfaith-
FOR RENT—3 room apartment,
with modern conveniences. Call
26. 4-4 tf
Most Men Lunch
-Because the lunch is so good
and the price is little at the
TRY IT TODAY!
Mrs. J. N. Vandiver and Mrs. Oscar
Hays entertained jointly Thursday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hays,
help Kruschen take off your fat.
Before the bottle is empty surplus
fat is leaving you—indolence changes
to activity—you'll feel younger—eyes
will brighten—step grows spry. Mil-
lions know this—you ought to know
it. Kruschen Salts is the ideal treat-
ment for constipation, indigestion,
headaches, nervousness and acidity.
Take Kruschen every morning—it’s
the little daily dose that does it—if
not joyfully satisfied after the first
Keep up with the news—Subscribe
for the Daily Times.
—riding, strolling, shopping—•
panorama of beauty streams thru
this famous street of fashion. Thru
Gouraud’s Oriental Cream, you can
possess a skin and complexion that
even the most' attractive there,
would be proud to have.
Try it tonight. With the very
first touch a fascinating, clear,
pearly appearance of radiant
beauty is revealed,
off, streak or spot.
Will not rub.
White, Flesh, llaehel nml Oriental Tan Shade,
1'r'nd 1 Or for Trial Si:e 54 i
F>rd^m Hopkins <S. Son, New York City^!
Experiments are being carried on
in the use of helium gas for both
heating and refrigerating purposes.
Bandages made of silver leaf in-
stead of cotton by a Vienna surgeon
have been found to have marked an-
ful. That happens very rarely in the
jungle, but when it does—it is un-
j forgivable. He or she is a brave man
i or woman who would risk all for il-
; licit love. First, the chief frees the
’ innocent party. Then the culprit
I meets a horrible and untimely end—
; unless he (or she) fades away into
the jungle and stays there, all
-away from the 'avenging hand oi: pellar| E c< Brice, A. C. Hoffmann,
the clan- p. O. Wilhite, R. L. Thacker, Geo. D.
The amazing doings of the pyg-
mies are but one of the hundreds of
highlights that form the background j
to Columbia’s acclaimed epic of life
and love in the jungle. 1
with six tables of forty-tivo. Purple j Wyatt, S. H. Spurger, Chas. M. Green,
verbena and whiteb ridal wreath were
used profusely, making a Spring bow-
er of loveliness and color. Mrs. Chas.
Green won high score. The salad
plate served at the end of the games
t was most delicious. The following
a^ono I ladies were present: Mines. A. J. Co-
It. L. Dolafield, Will Lyle, H. G. j
Smith, T. S. Grissom, Jeff Swint, <
John Holland, O. L. Colley, Floyd j
Thomas, A. S. Mitchell, Jack Cross, j
W. L. Harrison, Coy Coker, W. A. j
Ford, J. B. Rowland, J. C. Vandiver, j
B. C. Pierce, E. I j. Hart, F. W. Steph- |
enson, R. L. Jurney of Tyler and Mrs. |
Lura Moore. !
Renew Your Health
The oldest set of bells in the United
States is a set of four, bearing the
date of 1682, which hangs in the
Moorish belfry of the Spanish Ca-
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Ultra-violet ray lamps have been
Any physician will tell you that invented by a German physician to
o'? iss “urrof
Health.” Why not rid yourself of. an. attendant beIn* able to watch the
chronic ailments that are undermin- effect ot the light on various organs,
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—and the Worst is Yet to Come
When kite flying days of springtime return, young-
sters are not thinking about the possible danger that
lurks in wires strung overhead.
Children must be instructed not to fly their kites near
wires. Under no circumstances should they climb
poles to recover kites that have become entangled in
wires. The wires may not be dangerous, but it is im- , j -
possible to tell by looking at them. The safe thing is
to caution children to fly their kites in parks and
vacant lots or fields far removed from overhead wires.
Wire used for kite strings is dangerous in the extreme.
Metal frames for kites should not be used. Falling
across wires, they may cause the lines to burn down,
exposing a live wire in the street. Yours is the respon-
sibility. Examine your children’s kites today. If the
kites have any metal about them, destroy them.
Gas and Electric Company
Constantly Rendering Courteous Service
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, April 10, 1931, newspaper, April 10, 1931; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784618/m1/2/: accessed October 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.