Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1925 Page: 3 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, MAR. 19. 1925.
*MR STORK WITH THK RMKRWIN-WILLIAMD MOURKHOLD PAINTINQ QUIDS
Phon 469. They are“ Paint
Headuarters,” where you will
find the Sherwin - Williams
Household Painting Guide that
tells you the exactly correct
type of paint, varnish, stain and
lel for each surface in
home. It costs nothing to
)w the “Guide.”
J. D. STROTHER
FOR MT. PLEASANT
With the coming school trus-
tee election for Saturday, April
4th, the people interested in the
school situation in Mt. Pleasant
have been looking for men who
will act as trustees, and as the
retiring board has given univer-
sal satisfaction, they were ask-
ed to continue on the board.
. . . , 'However, one of these men, the
JSt Swt president of the board W. H.
iams whereby the painting Se^> declines to act any longer,
of residential property may an« tenders the following expla-
readily be arranged on a .nation for his refusal:
convenient payment basis, j “I take this occasion to thank
able to the property owner i a^> and splendid CO-Op
without difficulty or red tape; ©ration during my six years of
The Sherwin-Williams ‘Paint service as trustee. It has often
Headquarters’ Dealer will been said that the office of trus-
you full infor-
a lady of
see of yo’
color, “Ah’s come to
am1 gwine order Rastus one o’
dem mustard pasters ag’in to-
“I think perhaps he had bet-
ter have one more,
“Well, he says to ax you’ kin
he have a slice o’ ham wid it,
’count of it’s a moghty pow’ful
perscript.ion to take albne ”
PO UL TR Y!
We pay the highest cash
price for fat hens and
WE SELL FOR CASH—BUT
WE SELL CHEAPER
Best Delivery Service in Town
WILLIS CASH GROCERY j
Some Are, and Some Aren’t
The Methodist Missionary So-
ciety appreciates the splendid
patronage given their chicken
dfnner yc/terday. These din
ners will be served once a month
and will have an ample to ac-
answered commodate all who come.
We appreciate your support.
Temple Lodge will confer the
E. A. degree on one candidate
at the Masonic Hall Friday
night. All E- A. Masons are urg-
ed to attend. Visitors cordially
invited.—I. N. Williams, W. M.
tee is a thankless one, but it has
not been so with me. at all. The
people, the patrons of the school
the pupils, the teachers, and the
members of the school board I Mrs. Blub from the rural dis-
have all been so exceedingly nice tricts stopped her husband at the
good and respectful that it has city’s busy corner.
“Hiram,” she expostulated,
“th’ way you stare at the limbs
of these shameless city hussies
is something scandalous. One
would think you’d never seen
“Jest what I be’n a-thinkin,’
Mrs. Eppie Hutchings left
Thursday for Greenville to visit
Maria,” acquesiced Mr. Blub.
Wotiver become o’ Pat Fla-
herty wot uster Work here?”
“Poor Pat, he’s gone—fell in
th’ river and drownded hisself.”
“Faith, buFcouldn’t he swim ?”
“’Tis the saddest part of it.
Poor Pat was ten feet from
shore whin the noon whistle
been a great pleasure to me to
serve, and when I sav ‘thank
you,’ I mean it from my heart.
“I served this city as Super-
intendent of Schools for three
years many years ago when I
first came here to be among you .
and T haV'e’ heard your critics '
talk about your short comings,
but I cannot agree that you are
anything but the best people I
have ever lived among.
“I have no long list of recom-
mendations to offer and I have
no suggestions to offer as to
whom the people shall elect as
trustees. The only thing I can
say is just look among you for
the best men, elect them, and I One table children’s slippers,
then stand By thorn as you have sizes 6 to 2, $1.45.—Lide’s Cash
me- Just ‘keep on keeping on.’” Store. 3-19-2t.
Are; You a Suffering Woman?
Waco, Texas—"I suffered far
“I wouldn’t trust that man
Polly is motoring with too far,”
“No,” agreed Beatrice. “I
wouldn’t trust him any farther
than I cared to walk.”
months with sever*
awful pains ir
my side at times,
when finally mp
learned of mr
vised me to take
Dr. Pierce’s Fa-
tion. 1 did fan
and before I ha«!
taken four bot-
tles I was kar-
at a’’.. I gained
weight and strength and still enjoy
the good health which I regainec
at that time.”—Mrs. N. A. Bailey
2024 River St. Liquid or tablets.
Obtain this “Prescription” of voct
nearest dealer, or send 10c to Dt
Pierce’s Invalids' Hotel in Biyfal-v
M. Y„ for trial pkg.
ing no more trouble.
THE TIMES REVIEW
Is Read Every Week By
THE MAJORITY OF
S TITUS COUNTY PEOPLE
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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/m1/3/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.