Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 104, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 16, 1925 Page: 2 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES THURSDAY. JULY 16, 1925.
| Special Prices |
I For This Week I
I 9 inch Straight Fan $9.00
I 9 inch Oscellating Fan $13.50
I 12 inch Oscellating Fan $26.00
East Texas Public Service
MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
Bntered at the postoffice at Mt. Pleas-
ant, Texas, as second class mail
All obituaries, resolutions or respect,
cards of thanks, etc., will be charged
for at regular rates.
G. W. CROSS. Editor
TALKING ABOUT —o
The Editor of the Mt. Pleasant
Times was a recent Dallas visitor an.l
says the town is a whole lot bigger
than he expected. He didn’t know ic
was built up so thick on both sides of
the railroad.—Clarksville Times.
He May Stop Awhile
Editor Lockhart of the Pittsburg
Gazette says “nothing succeeds like
a Camp county sweet potato patch."
Since the only way to Pittsburg is
through Mt. Pleasant, we are tempt-
ed to drive down and look said “tat-
er” over.—Clarksville Times.
HE SURE IS RIGHT
Oil Weekly: “Poor dear,” asked
the solicitious Boston mother ox her
little girl, “how did you fall out of
the kitchen window?”
Teacher—Now, you must prove to
me that the earth is round.
Pupil—Why? I never said it was.
—Madrid Buen Humor.
FOR RENT—Four room1 furnished
house on paved street. See H. Seid-
TAKE AN UMBRELLA
FOR SALE—Five room house with
I all conveniences. See Riley Crow ac
I Jones Grocery. 14-4t.
Bride-to-Bc-Do you know the girls | p()R SALE_200 acres virgin tira.
uro giving mo u breakfast shower ? . b(,r ba]f way belwc(,n M, Verllon anJ
The business man who spends the
least to advertise his store is usual-
ly the one who howls the loudest be-
cause folks read the advertisements
in the Dallas News, look over the
mail order catalogues and scan the
circulars put into local homes by
merchants of nearby towns.—Clarks-
In Russia kerosene costs five and
one-half cents a gallon, while gaso-
line sells for eleven cents.
HOW TO QUALIFY FOR A
Thos. Caldwell in
The murder rate in the United
States is forty times as high as that
FOR SALE—Adding machine in
good condition. Will sell cheap. Call
W. G. Riddle at Telephone office.
FOR SALE — Choice Concord
Grapes 50c per peck at vineyard.
Call W. T. LaPrade, Route 6. 16-6pd
I have six dozen spring friers and
will deliver them to your house any
time.—Bird Old, Jr.
LOST—General Cord casing for
i Ford car, was in cover when lost be-
tween Mt. Pleasant and Texarkana
Wednesday night. Finder please
leave at Pat Temple’s Garage and re-
ceive reward. ld-lw-pd
U<3. 1920, Western Newspaper Union.)
#— One whose business it is to lure or
entrap men Into nautical scrvlcs
31—Smells 12—Fertile place In desert
14— Pertaining to the Orient
13—North America (abbr.)
]tu_nrlplnal elate of metal
21— Kind of mountain ash tree
22— Related (abbr.) 23-Pauss
25—A great deal 26—Bacillus
27—To goad 29—Painful
21—Belonging to us 22—Book (abbr.)
38—Annul 85—To yawn
36—To hazard 38—Hawaiian food
*5—Natural color 43— Unit
44—Device for regulating the direction
of a liquid ' - .
41—Right brown 47—Preposition
43—Belonging to the Norwegian god of
light and peace
-ffcrRoman numeral two ,
*1—•Antitoxin (I—-Cook In oven
|t—Hobo 19—Observes secretly
1—Rotating member 2—To love
8— Accomplish 4—Anger
5—Ridges *—AT cereal
9— One who works underground
10—Hymn of praise 15—Vended
16-Number under four 17—Consumes
20 To marry 22—Choose again
24—Traveler's clothing chest
26— Keel one’s way 28-Order (abbr.)
80—Eggs 34—Precious stone
86— Same as 63 horizontal
87— Between 89—Aged
41—To elevate 42—Single pieces
44— Part of ahoe above sole and welt
45— Goes astray 43—Bad (slang)
49—To soak 63-Sun god
MpNp" w,h to M,< 'I
The Government, like every big em-
ployer in the country, is short of help
Like every big employer, Uncle Sam
is, thru his employment bureau, The
Civil Service Commissioner, advertis-
ing for more young men and women
to carry on his tremendous business
enterprise. And he is offering some
wonderfully attractive salaries, too,
with exceptional opportunities for
The United States Government's
demand for young people to be effi-
ciently trained to fill the many open-
ings it has in all parts of this coun-
try and its foreign possessions, pay-
ing excellent salaries, prompted the
Tyler Commercial College to arrange
a course that was not only practical
but so planned that the students would
not have to spend months in prepara-
tion. This course can be mastered in
from three to five months’ time, en-
abling you to successfully pass the
examinations of the government. For-
tunately for both the students and
the school, examinations in all
branches of Civil Service ai’e held in
Tyler every month of the year.
With the Wonderful Motor
Ask the Man Who Owns One'
A. H. O’TYSONS, DEALER
Training for positions with Uncle !
Sam is not a difficult mattei\ There
are many of the graduates of Tyler
Commercial College employed by the
Government. Any young person wish-
ing to take advantage of the oppor-
tunities offered at the nation’s cap-
ital, and all over the States, should en.
roll now for the General Service J
Course and get the training that will ^
make examinations easy and appoint- |
ment practically assured.
The General Civil Service Course |
may be taken alone or in combination
with the Business Administration and j
Finance, General Railroad, General
Western Union, Penmanship, Radio (
or with any other course.
“Achieving Success in Business,’*
the most interesting book published
for the ambitious young people, will
be sent to you free. This book tells
of the opportunities offered by Uncle
Sam and the other great employers.
Just fill in the coupon printed below
and mail it today for the free book.
(We have no branch schools any-
where. We lead; others follow).
Tyler Commercial College, Tyler,,
See Editor of The Times Review for
»V to i «•). ->J.
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J. D- Strother’s Shop is the
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the Sherwin-Williams House-
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PAINTING MISTAKES. It
costs nothing to follow the
J. D. STROTHER
FOR MT. PI.EASANT
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Recognized business practice
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 104, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 16, 1925, newspaper, July 16, 1925; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth785118/m1/2/: accessed April 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.