Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 76, Ed. 1 Monday, May 14, 1928 Page: 3 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES,"'MONDAY, MAY 14, 1928.
THEY MUST LOSE THEIR LIVES
TO SAVS THEM
Sweeten the day with Candy. Candy is
not only a happy gift for Mothers Day
hut it also makes you happy every day.
standpoint, is even more disastrous
in- some cases.
To get the idea of it, consider that
you are a Chinaman and a mission-
ary comes to your village preaching
the doctrine of turning., the (other
cheek, of peace on earth ond good
will toward men. And then, suppose
Don’t expect to catch a hatful of money
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from one little ad. It takes regular ad-
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T vertising to get results
Member R. M. A.
You Make Your Own Credit
PAR 1 S;
I America’s Best is
the School for You! §
The superior training at America’s Largest Business Scho§l_will de
That decision is the price they pay to
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We are interested in the well;
Mt. Pleasant and of Titus c<
F, L. BRANTLEY
G. F. & P. A.
R. E. WILLIAMS
. FOR SALE—Good business lot,
business house and stock of groceries
at a bargain. Call at this office. 3dl
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A special at Palace Wednesday on-
ly, Lois Wilson, Geo. K. Arthur in
“THE GINGHAM GIRL.”
NOTHING TO BRAG ABOUT,
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Amherst Lord Jeff: Princeton—
The idea of letting, your girl tell ev-
erybody she has made a man of you.
. You don’t hear my wife saying that
Harvard—No, but I heard her tell
Smith that she had done the best she
could. ■ r~
Mrs. Ray Rogers and Mrs. Raymond
Johnston of Wichita Falls are visit-
Children lc, Adults 10c. Come to
the Palate—nave the differences
Wednesday, “THE GINOHA& GIRL,”
FOR SALE—Sweet Peas.—Mrs.
Frank Madison, Phone 250-W. 14-5p
ing. Mr, and MtaJSjyC, istt a
while. ■' •
W. T, BANKHEAD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
FOR SALE—Tomato, Sweet Pau-
per and Sweet Potato Slips.—Frank
Madison, Phone 250-W.- 14-3-pd
piles of Highway No. 1 from T.4 miles
Mrs. Martin Fonnill of Robtstown,
is visiting her parents, Mp. and Mrs.
G. H. Gregory. 1 ■ ’
“Tommy,”, sap the fdhd mother,
“isn’t it rather extravagant, to op
both butteri^wnd jam cn your bread
at the same time?”
-VOh, no, mother,” replied Tommy.
“It’s economy. You see the same
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Many of Have Such Warnings
“I’vo laid a terrible warning of ap-
“Yes, I bought one of these life-
time fountain pens, and it’s broken.’1
FOR SALE—My brick store build-
ing, fixtures and groceries; also my
home.—Jas. L. Kay. 14-3d-lw
FOR RENT—Two nice offices- in
Florey building. Call 480. 5-8-6t
No. 182 Ar.
j I Proposals shall be submitted in
j sealed envelopes and marked “Bids
i for Maintenance Surface Treatment
See Our Show Window
made payable without recourse to the
order of the State Highway Commis-
sion of Texas, must accompany each
proposal as a guarantee that the bid- j
der, if successful, will erjter into con- :
tract and make bond. 9-2t-w
I enclosed in another envelope and. mail-
j ed to Gibb Gilchrist, State Highway
i Engineer, Austin, Texas.
A certified, or cashier’s check for
And Then hHappene<i^~*|
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If our goods and treatment please
you, tell your, friends. If not, tell
W. T. BLACK
for Every Purse
MT.PLEASANT,TfcXAS PHONE 1Q4
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Cross, G. W. Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 76, Ed. 1 Monday, May 14, 1928, newspaper, May 14, 1928; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784797/m1/3/: accessed September 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.