Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1925 Page: 1 of 4
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Mt/Pleasant Daily Times
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MT. PLEASANT, TEXAS, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 19, 1925.
Tailor and Hatter
April 5th to 11th
Following the suggestion of
the State Board of Health, Mt.
Pleasant will observe Clean-Up
Week beginning April 5th and
continuing through April 11th,
and the entire population of Mt.
Pleasant is urged to assist the
day. This will help get rid of
the mosquito and fly which
breed disease and may keep
down an epidemic that is likely
“We feel that each citizen of
Mt. Pleasant is interested in the
clean up week as before, which
has been satisfactory in every
way. The City Board of
Health is ready for the fight,
and will thank each ond to join
in with no slackers on the job,
and make visitors think that
local health officers in the cam-1 people of Mf. Pleasant live in a
land of worth while. We will
ask every person who has an
open closet to screen same and
have it looked after with care
through the coming season, as
an ounce of prevention is worth
a pound of cure.
“We had the stand pipe clean-
ed and washed not long ago and
will soon look after same again.”
paign for a cleaner city.
Dr. T. R. Bassett, city health
officer, has the following to say
in regard to the campaign dur-
ing Clean-Up Week:
“We are to day having anoth-
er water analysis made of the
city lake and hope to report in
a favorable way in a very short
time of the findings, which we
are sure is of interest to us all.
“We will ask each and every
one in Mt. Pleasant to help U3
•with the drive from the 5th to
11th, April, inclusive to clean up
the rubbish such as cans, °ld
casings, bottles, or any thing
that will h8ld water, and pile
them in a container of some Myer Wile of Ft. Worth spent
kind so they can be hauled off. Wednesday here with his sister,
“Be sure to get this rubbish Mrs. Hyman Badt.
Otis Duncan of Crowell and
Howell Duncan of Wichita Falls
ha^fe been here the past few
days visiting their brother, Cur-
tis, who has been very sick with
PHONE US YOUR NEEDS FOR-
PiAHES. SOCIALS. PICNICS
We can supply you with Brick
Cream, at all times and special
on short, notice. t
We can give you any design
that the occasion might demand.
Drugs and JJewelry
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The Emblem displayed in
this space speaks for the
April 3 and 4
Here Next Week
The Titus County Interscho-
lastic League will hold its coun-
Entries should be mailed to J.
T. Rollins by Wednesday, March
,The following is the order of
9:30—Junior boys and girls
declamation, senior spelling,
11:00—Senior boys and girls
declamation, boys and girls de-
ty meet at Mt. Pleasant on Sal- bate, junior spelling,
urday, March 28th. Exhibits! 1:00—Music memory; essay;
from the various schools in the ! Rural school declamations,
county showing some of their
work for the year will be a fea-
ture of the work. Cash prizes
Following are the directors of
J. T. Rollins, Director general.
Alvin Covey, Debate.
Roy Bray, Declamation.
Robt. Gregory, Spelling.
Mrs. W. II. Johnson, Essay.
P- O. Hatley, Arithmetic.
Miss Neal, Music.
E. H. Varncll, Athletics.
of $2-00 for first, $1.00 for sec-
ond and 50c for third place will j
be offered in literary events and
athletics. The following schools
in the county are eligible to com-
pete for prizes: Cookville, Far-
mers Academy, Marshall
Springs, Mt. Pleasant, Green
Hill, Chapel Hill, Union, Oak
Grove, Stone Wall, Wilkinson Mrs. R. J. Zienter of Dallas
and Talco. If any school in arrived Wednesday to visit rel-
the county has paid dues whose atives.
name is not included in this list j *__
it should write to the University j Miss Viola Neilson of New Or-
Interscholastic League at Aus- leans is a guest of her sister,
tin and have the matter straigh- Mrs. R. M. Lockhart.
toned out, for no school will be j * -L-
allowed to compete that is not Mr- and Mrs. J. F. Vermillion
eligible. All schools in the returned Wednesday from a few
county are eligible for exhibits, days’ visit in Rusk.
East Texas Teachers’ Asso-
ciation will meet at Commerce
on April 3 and 4, and a number
of Titus county teachers are
preparing to attend this meet-
W. H. Stilwell of Texarkana is
president of the association, II.
H. J. Fling of Commerca is vice
president, and Miss Irma Faye
Stokes of Daingerfield is secre-
tary. P. E. Wallace and F. T.
Ward of this city are active
members of the association, and
have received much commenda-
tion for their work. •
Dr. J. F. Kimball, former city
superintendent at Dallas, Presi-
dent S H. Whitley of the East
Texas State Teachers’ College,
and President W. W. Fitzwater
of the Farm Labor Union wiU
make addresses to the teachers
during the meeting.
The courtesies of the East
Texas State Teachers College
will be extended to the visiting
teachers and citizens. It is an
opportunity for the citizens ant*it
teachers to visit Commerce for j ?
a really interesting program 18
antj for a closer understanding **
cf the work of education of
teachers in Texas.
THE TEXAS QUALIFIED
DRUGGIST LEAGUE SAYS:
“There are usually in every commun-
ity many stores that sell much of the
same kinds of merchandise that is
sold in drug stores, but the drug store
is the only place where you can find
the service of pharmacy.
ELLIS-KELLEY DRUG COMPANY
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W. D. Berry, prominent citizen
of Naples, charged with arson,
waived an examining trial be-
fore J- M. Davis, Justice of the
Peace at Naples Monday,who
fixed hi? bond at $1,000 to await
the action of the grand jury of
the April term of district court.
Berry promptly made the bond
assessed against him and was
not placed in jail—Daingerfield
R. M. Lockhart left Thursday
on a business trip to Greenville.
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1925, newspaper, March 19, 1925; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784845/m1/1/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.