Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 3, 1930 Page: 2 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY T1MML THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 193d.
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P e r r y*s Month
. OF SPECIALS
We have selected these items from our reg-
ular stock of Quality* Merchandise. Here
: are a few, of these specials—
$1.19 ladies’ house, shoes, now-----------------.$ .79
50c Ladies’ silk ribbed hose, now-----------$ .29
$1.89 House dresses, now____________________________$1.49
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
40 in -fast colored voile-------- 15c yard
•«. Ml. Pleasant, Texas
ECONOMY, QUALITY, SERVICE
CITATION BY publication
THE STATE OF TEXAS
To the Sheriff or any Constable of
Titus County, Greeting:
YOU ARE HEREBY COMMAND-
ED to summon Jim Parr Jr., a lun-
atic, by making publication of this
Citation once in each week for four
successive weeks previous to the re-
turn day hereof, in some newspaper
published in your County, if there be
a newpaper published therein, but if
not, then in the nearest County whei;e
a newspaper is published, to appear,
at the next Y’egular term of the Dis-
trict Court of Titus County, to be
holde nat the Court House thereof, in X
Mt. Pleasant, on the Second Monday ***
in June, Ah,D. 1930; th.e'.;aa«%;.|eingv-^
the 9th day of June, A. D.'‘1930, then- »|«
and there to answer a petition filed X
DOES YOUR CREDIT RECORD SHOW
If it indicates “O. K.” then it means that the
merchant has confidence in you.
Credit is an asset—use it, hut don't abuse it.
PAY YOCR BILLS PROMPTLY EACH
Mt. Pleasant, Texas
in said Court on the 6th day of De-
cember, A. D. 1929, in a suit, num-
bered on the docket of said Court as
No. 2891, wherein S. H. Miller and!
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ers own undivided interests as
wife, Emma Miller, are Plaintiffs, lows: G. M. Scott, 8-16; Jim
and G. M. Scott, Jim Parr, Mrs. I Mrs. Ella Binnion, Mrs. Allie Mer-
Ella Binnion, Mrs. T. A. Parr, Hor-1 ritt, Mrs. Fred Sanders each a one-,
ace Parr, Tommy Parr, Marvin Parr,: sixteenth undivided interest, and the i ° sa'f 1 om ’ a 0 lce 'n eai*
J. C. Parr, Herbert Parr, Era Parr,1 following children of T. A. Parr, de-' ant’ TeXas’ thlS the lst day of APn1’
fol- , regular term, this writ with your re-
Par ! turn theveon, showing how you have
I executed the same.
1 Given Under My Hand and the Seal
DID ANY GOOD
New Medicine Banished Kidney and
Stomach Ailments After
\LFONSO PARDONS MEN
WHO TRIED TO BOMB HIM j husband,
Madrid, April 2.—King Alfonso
Wednesday signed a decree pardon-
ing the prisoners who were sentenced
for an attempt to bomb a royal train
in Garraf Tunnel, not far from
Barcelona, in 1925. The explosive ap-
paratus was discovered before the
train passed over it.
A. D. 1930.
Clerk, District Court, Titus County,
Try a Times Review Want Ad.
will produce amazing results. The
countless thousands of endorsements
of Konjola have proven that it makes
good, even in the most stubborn
Konjola is sold in Mt. Pleasant at
Swint Bros. Drug Store, and by all
the best druggists in all towns thru-
out this entire section.
Jim Parr Jr., Ina Parr, Mrs. Rene ceased: Horace Parr, Jim Parr Jr., I
Stewart and husband, ——Stewart, Tommy Parr, Marvin Parr, Rene
Mrs. Fred Sanders and husband, J. Stewart, lna Parr, J, C. Parr, Her-
P. Sanders, Mrs. Allie Merritt and bert Parr and Era Parr each own a
John Merritt, are Defend- 1-144 undivided interest. Plaintiffs
ants, and said petition alleging that claim the land cannot be partitioned
the plaintiffs and defendants are the in kind and ask that it be sold and
joint owners and tenants in common the proceeds of the sale partitioned
of a certain 200 acre tract of land, as above set out, and that a receiver
situated in Titus County, Texas, a be appointed for the purpose of sell-
part of the Joseph Reed survey, about ing said land, and praying for guard-
9 miles SW of Mt. Pleasant and be- ian ad litem be appointed for Jim
ing 200 acres purchased by C. P. Parr Jr., and lna Parr, lunatics, and
Parr from H. P. Giles in February, for the minors, J. C. Parr, Herbert
1876, and being known as the Clabe Parr and Era Parr and for general
Parr old homestead near Monticello. relief.
The plain*iffs claiming 3-16 undivid- Herein Fail Not, and have you be* j We adjourned to meet with Mrs. Keir
ed interest and alleging that the oth- fore said Court, at its aforesaid next neth Taylor next week.—Reporter.
Colonial Hill Study Club
The Colonial Hill Study Club had
its regular Tuesday afternoon meet-
ing with Mrs. Roy Paris as hostess.
Nine members answered roll call with
current events. An intei*esting Liter-
ary Digest program followed, with
Mrs. Frank Madison as leader. The
social hour was enjoyed by all, and
delicious refreshments were served.
MR. M. I). ABBOTT
“1 suffered for two years with kid-
600 East Hattie Street, Fort Worth,
ney trouble,” said Mr. M. D. Abbott,
“I have scarcely been able to do any
work. Lifting, or turning my body
was the signal for severe back pains.
Night risings were frequent. My
stomach, too, added to my misery.
Anything I ate caused gas and a se-
vere pain in the pit of my stomach. I
“Konjola is the only medicine that
did me any good. 1 now feel better
than I have for many a day. I can
eat what J wish without suffering and
the pains in my back are gone. My
kidneys now are functioning normally.
Konjola has gone right to the spot
in my case and i praise this wonder- '
ful medicine for all that it has done
for me. A medicine that did all
Konjola did for mo can help others
and I am recommending it to a lot
of my friends who are suffering as I
Konjola is not a “cure-all.” There
is no such thing. But when taken
for from six to eight weeks, Konjola
THROUGH MOTOR COACH
LEAVE MT. PLLASANT DAILY 4:35 P. M.
, to MEMPHIS
I Via Texarkana, Camden, Pine Bluff,
LV. MT. PLEASANT DAILY 12:20 P. M.
Seated in deep, air-cu.'.hioncd
chairs, you travel comfortably,
safely, in Southwestern Motor
Coaches. Long or short journeys
leave you fresh and rested.
Coaches cleaned and in- ...... ,
spected before each trip.
An inside compartment \i-ftar
carries your luggage,
protected and clean.
lew® s U el aa
Iramspoirftf tiHora Co.
A STANDARD PRICE FOR STANDARD QUALITY
Effective April 4th
Suits cleaned and pressed_________________________$1.00 and $1.25
Overcoats cleaned and pressed_____________$1.00 and. $1.25
Pants cleaned and pressed_____________________ $ .50 and $ .60
Coat cleaned and pressed_________________________$ .65 and $ .75
Suits ____________...._____________________________________________$ .50 and $ .60
Overcoats_______________________________ $ .50 and $ .60
Pants _______________ $ .25 and $ .35
Coats _______________________________________ $ .25 and $ .35
FREE SANDWICH AND DRINK
Saturday Morning at 10 O'Clock
Wc will open for business a modern Sandwich Shop
Pleasant, specializing in
in North Mt.
BARBECUED PIG SANDWICHES
Between the hours of 10 and 4 we will serve free one of our delicious
sandwiches and one bottled drink, furnished by Uncle Joe Bottling
Works, Dr. Pepper Bottling Works and I. L. Hays Dairy.
THE NEW SANDWICH SHOP
Dress, wool or silk plain ..._________________________ $1.00 and $1.25
Coats, plain_____________________________________________ $1.00 and $1.25
Coats, fur trim __________________________________________________________$1.50 up
F. C. HENDERSON
O. A. THRASHER
P. D. THORNTON
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Cross, G. W. Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 3, 1930, newspaper, April 3, 1930; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth785097/m1/2/: accessed February 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.