Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 104, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 16, 1925 Page: 4 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES THURSDAY, JULY 16. 1925.
Martin Theatre BEGINNING FRIDAY JULY, 17
Martin ineatre matinee Saturday
“THE RIDDLE RIDER”
BRISTLING WITH ACTION!
Chapter-Play with a thousand thriils
In this compelling story of conflict between oil land sharpers and Western
rangers there is extraordinary dramatic action, keen love interest and comedy
Daring feats of horsemanship are interwoven with all the exciting episodes
—the bursting dam and terrifying deluge in the canyon—the leap for life from
cliff to ledge—the rescue of a girl from the jaws of death by long range lariat
throwing and the hurling of a runaway stage-coach from the mountain top.
Each chapter is cumulative in excitement, with full play of all human em-
otior:6 finishing with surprising and satisfying climaxes.
Starring Willbm Desmond and Eileen Sedgwick
Special Menu All Week at
Barrett 8c Redfearn Cafe
All this week we will have a spec-
ial dinner for the benefit of our
customers, and we want everyone
to try this special and see how good
a meal you can get for a small sum
Music by our Violano-Virtuso, the World’s only self
playing violin with piano accompaniment, will be
reudered each day.
BARRETT & REDFEARN
DIX TO MEET “GUNBOAT”
SMITH AT CATCH WEIGHTS
Richard Dix will meet “Gunboat
Smith, at catchweig’hts at the Martin
Theatre again tonight.
Smith, battle-scarred prize-fighter
again has donned his running togs
to engage in road work.
This time, however, the “Gunner”
is not preparing himself for an im-
portant fight but plays a part in
“The Shock Punch,” a Paramount
picture starring Richard Dix, at the
Martin Theatre again tonight. Smith
made his screen debut in the role of
a boxer in “Manhattan,” Dix’s first
In “The Shock Punch” Smith ap-
pears as a boxing instructor. And,
too, he is recipient of the ‘shock
punch,’ developed by Dix who plays
the part of Randall Lee Savage,
wealthy young man who takes up
boxing to keep physically fit. Smith
takes the knockout blow with all tha
realism of his ring days when on an
unfortunate occasion he was forced
to the canvas to hear the referee
count him out.
Frances Howard is featured oppo-
site Dix. Others in the cast are Paul
Panzer, Walter Long and Charles
John Monk Saunders wrote the
story, which was adapted for the
screen by Luther Reed. Paul Sloane
TWO LAST WORDS, PERHAPS
A woman doesn’t always get the
last word—sometimes she is talking
to another woman.—Pitt Panther.
Rev. and Mrs. C. P. Owen and their
three sons are Green Hill visitors,
having driven down from Bonham
The only two people a man will al-
low to talk to him that way are his
wife and the traffic cop.—Cincinnati
The Times Review and Dallas News
me year for $1.75.
Mixed Pickle or Piccalilli
2 1-2 pounds green tomatoes, 3
green poppers, 1-2 pound onions, 1-8
cup white mustard seed vinegar, 1-2
masll cabbage head, 3 tablespoons
salt, 1-2 cup brown sugar (or more
if desired), 2 teaspoons allspice ber-
ries, 1-2 teaspoon cinnamon (or 1-2
stick) 1 tablespoon cloves.
Wash tomatoes and peppers, peel
i onions and cut cabbage in quarters.
| Put the vegetables separately through
a food chopper, using a large knife.
| Sprinkle alternate layers of vegeta-
, bles with salt, cover and let stand
over night. In the morning drain,
add sugar, mustard seed and the re-
maining spices tied in a bag made of
' cheese cloth or muslin. Pour over
! just enough vinegar to cover vegeta-
! hies, bring- to the boiling point and
let simmer 1 1-2 hours. - Remove
spice bag, fill glass jars and seal.
, Will Legg left Thursday for Rotan
on a prospecting trip.
Ewell McClinton and Arvin Scott
went to Austin Wednesday morning.
He Owes His 40 Years
of Constant Good Health
to Beecham’s Pills
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D. W. White and children are vis-
iting relatives in West Texas this
Mrs. J. C. Glass and daughter,
Miss Mary, returned Wednesday
from a visit with relatives in Dallas.
FRESH NUTTY BARS
LEMONS AND ORANGES
Relieves that burning, smarting
discomfort after a day in the open
C. S. Stephens
Wo & Star*
MT. PLEASANT TEXAS
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she's opposed To it, huh ? — '
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BRING YOUR VAILFE OVER. ToMlGHT
T>ONY MENTION A Lit' GAME AT All.—
TELL vmE UJANY HER To HEAR. SOME
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that, \’lu frame vr op uj\*th The crowd
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SHE'D HOP All
OVER ME WHEN
SHE Got ME
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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; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth785118/m1/4/: accessed April 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.