Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 180, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1932 Page: 3 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1932.
Oil Men Ask For
Special Session to
WEDDING MAY SAVE
ETEXAN FROM TRIAL
IN SHOTGUN KILLING
• BOLIVIA ACCEPTS
POWERS PLAN TO
SOLVE CHACO ROW
Henderson, Texas, Oct. 26.—His
wedding may prevent the trial of
Bob Pierson, charged with murder in
Tyler, Texas, Oct. 26.—Resolutions
Avhich will continue to insure the or-
derly production and marketing of oil : s|10^Kun slaying of Jim Lambert,
in the East Texas field were passed . ITistriet Attorney Vernon McDavid
Pierson was divorced by his wife,
avors ana otners interested, held in ^’l10 then mniicd Lambert. Lambert
"e Smith County District Courtroom Iwas shot to death thirty days ,ater-
at a section-wide mass meeting of
1.500 East Texas landowners, oper-
ators and others interested, held in
The strongest action taken was the
Since the indictment Pierson has re-
mai ried his former wife, the chief
OIL FIELD SITUATION
WELL UNDER CONTROL
adoption of a resolution introduced by witness against him.
Lloyd Wheelock of Corsicana, which L nder Texas law a woman can not
asked Gov. Ross S. Sterling immedi- cestify gainst her husband in a crim-
ately to call a special session of the inal action an<1 as a result the indict-
Legislature for the purpose of men^ ma.V be dismissed,
strengthening existing laws so con-
servation may be attained in con-
formity with decisions already hand-
ed by the courts. The l-esolution -
pointed out that if the East Texas ' Kilgore, Texas, Oct. 26—Col. Louis
field is opened to unrestrained flow C. Davidson, commander of the East
foreign interests would profit from Texas martial law forces, said Wed-
the greed of a few operators, further nesday morning that the situation
stressing the danger of breaking was well in hand and that 95 per cent
down orderly production now existing of the East Texas operators and pipe
because of inadequate conservation lines were co-operating to the fullest
laws, held invalid, which the passage extent to uphold proration. Seven
of proper legislation by a special ses- wells were opened :n the field Tues-
sion could avert. day night and Colonel Davidson said
Representations were present from that all found overproducing would
all sections of the oil belt “to thwart be shut down until surrounding wells
the minority that would destroy their | have caught up.
birthright,” as one speaker said. j One troop of militia has been or-
-. ■ dered here and these are straggling
HALLOWE’EN CARNIVAL 'in from aU l>oints- Jt wil1 Probab,y
_ i take three days to assemble the de-
The ladies of the W. M. E. uf the
Baptist Church will hold a Hallowe’en
Carnival in the Naylor building next
Monday night, October 31st. There
will be plenty of fun for both the
young and old, stunts that will scare
you good and proper, pranks that
will puzzle you and ghosts and gob-
lins ’ll git you sure. Everybody in-
Mrs. Pryor Entertains
^The area of Ecuador is approxi-
mately 118,627 square miles.
How Doctors Treat
Golds and Goughs
^ To break up a cold overnight and re-
lieve the cmigefition that makes you
cough, thousands of physicians are now
recommending Calotabs, the nausealess
calomel compound tablets that give you
the effects of culomel and salts without
^be unpleasant effects of either.
One or two Calotabs at bedtime with a
glass of sweet milk or water. Next morn*
hi* vonr cold has vnntshed, your system
is thoroughly purified and you are feeling
fine with a hearty appetite for breakfast.
F t what you wish,—no danger.
Calotabs are sold in 10c and 85c pack*
ages at drug storaa. (Adv)
One of the outstanding parties of
the season was the lovely bridge par-
ty given by Mrs. W. W. Pryor Wed-
nesday afternoon. The beautiful an-
tiques in furniture and mirrors form-
ed a fitting background for the ex-
quisite bowls of flowers and roses.
The six tables covered in yellow art
paper and the tallies and pads called
j forth many expressions of apprecia-
tion at the artistic picture. In the
J games Mrs. G. L. Keith won club
’ prize and Mrs. Claude Mason conso-
lation. Three tables were placed in
the dining room for the luncheon
Mrs. Skjold—What ort earth are
you applauding that last singer for?
1 think she was terrible.
Mrs. Bjorn—1 know, but I like the
gown she is wearing and I want to
get another look at it
Subject to Action of General Election
November 8th, 1932.
For Congressman 1st Congreaaional
For State Senator:
DR. J. W. E. H. BECK
^Plfor District Judge:
f. N. WILLIAMS
For District Clerk:
A. B. (CUB) GILPIN
For County Judge:
A. J. LUNA
SAM T. SMITH
yFer County Clerk:
Fur Tux Assessor:
For Tax Collector:
JOHN T. LEFTW/CH
For County Treasurer:
GEO. W. McLEMORE.
For Commissioner Precinct 1:
R. W. BLANKENSHIP
For J. P. Precinct No. 1:
DR. W. T. BALLARD
For Public Weigher, Prec. 1:
For Constable 'Precinct No. 1:
Dr. W. A. Taylor
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Modern X-Ray Equipment
Office over Swint Bros. Drag Store
I soil R. C. A. and Vic-
tor Radios Repair and
Service all Makes Test
Tabes Free. Uaed Ra-
dios at a Bargain.
■alHagtoa’s Drag Store
A touch of enchantment...the silLy
smooth pearly appearance so easily
and quickly rendered to Complex-
ion...Arms...Shoulders and Hands
Face powders just cover. Oriental
Cream Beautifies. Start to-day.
Whits, Fl#»h —j
Send 10* for TRIAL Sl.'£
F. T. Hopkin* erSon.Wow.
SURE WAY TO GET BACK PEP
Say Thousands Today
Keep Stomach, Liver and Kidneys Healthy—Nature Will Do the Rest
All the fortunate ones who secured ders covering dyspepsia, biliousness,
Washington, Oct. 26.—Bolivia W’ed-1
nesday accepted a proposal offered |
by five neutral nations to end fight-1 , .„
ing and settle the Chaco controversy ]a bottle of. Williams S. I. K. Formula “gas” and “sour” stomach, distress
with Paraguay. The latter countrv ac-Jare fn ' u®*as IC a oat tne wor'der^u after eating, neuritis, neuralgia, rhue-
cepted Oct. 14. Negotiations between jreSUltS’ Thls formula’ the P^scrip-
the two will begin here on Thursday.
The neutral proposal contained
three points: Separation of troops
in the Chaco, demobilization of re-
serves in both countries, reduction
and limitation for a time of both
Bolivian and Paraguayan armies.
Elephants have no canine teeth
nor have they any incisors in the low-
tion of a famous physician, compound- matism’ A teaspoonful after every
ed by Williams Laboratories, is avail- meal and at bedtime—and poisons
able for the first time in this com- leave your system. Before you know
munity. It is sure relief, yet safe it, you feel like a new person. Sat-
to use—not habit forming or irritat- isfaction guaranteed or money refund-
ing to the stomach. Recommended ed. Get your bottle at Proctor’s
for stomach, liver and kidney disur- Drug Slore.
It takes about 15 months to season
the wood used in makin gordinary
Double-decked coaches are being
experimented with by a Long Island
railroad on its short runs.
UNTIL OCT. 31 ON
BATTERIES • SPARK PLUGS * BRAKE LIKING
ANTI-FREEZE and Other Winter An to Ttc-sasHtss
Never before has Firestone
made it possible for us to offer
such wonderful values at such
low prices. Buy now, and take
advantage of this fiscal year
closing sale. Now is the lame to
prepare your car for winter tith-
ing. Drive in today!
FREE BATTERY TEST & FREE BRAKE
Have your battery
tested on Firestone
scientific testing equip-
ment. This will give you
accurately the condi-
tion of your battery. We
will inspect and clean
cables, terminals and
case. Firestone Bat-
tery Factories are the most efficient plants in
the world. Firestone Batteries have big full-
sized plates and are guaranteed from 12 to Zi
months by Firestone and onrselves. Don’t he
without dependable battery service when you
can buy a Firestone Battery at these low
a«% Discount With Tour Old Bat-
tery on Flrestcnc’s Seven Com-
plete Lines nf Batteries Until
Avoid a cracked radiator
this winter. Protect your
motor »!lh Firestone Anti-
Freese. No worry—no
trouble. One fill lasts all
winter—can be reclaimed in
tlie spring. We thoroughly
inspect the entire cooling
system for leaks—radiator,
hose. Sitings—tighten all
20% Discount Until Oct* 31
Don’t take chariots
with faulty brakes.
Have your brakes
tested today on
electric brake tester.
No guesswork, actual conditions shown.
If you need your brakes rrlincd. equip with
Firestone Aquapruf Drake Lining—made by
a special Firestone water-proofing process,
which gives you brakes that hofdia tort
weather. Brakes do not grub, chatter or
squeal. Silent, sure stopping.
20% Discount Vc.-iZ <3zt. SI
FREE Spark Pl-sg TESS*
The Firestone Spark Plug Fac-
tory is modern and most efficient.
It is equipped with latest preci-
sion machinery for testing all
materials—every spark plug
must pass Firestone's high
Firestone Spark Plugs are
manufacturer! in all types
and sixes, for everv n.ukc u nd
model of automobile, truck,
tractor, bus, motor boat, air-
plane, lighting plant and stationary engine.
OM plugs mean waste of gao—loss of power
—slow starting. Equip your car to<!ny for win-
ter service! Save time, money aud trouble!
Firestone give you the greatest spark plug
values and most dependable c*Iic.cncy ever
Come in today and let ns test your rpark
plugs—free. Our test will show you actual
20% Discount Unti! Oct. 31
BELL US YOUR WORN TIRES
We will make a liberal Cash
Allowance for your old
tires to apply on new, safe
Firestone High Speed Tires.
I>on*t take unnecessary
chances on thin, worn tires
this winter when you can
have the Extra Safety of
Firestone at lowest basic
prices ever known.
Tires hold all world' records
on road and track for speed,
safety, mileage and endur-
ance. The tough, thick
Firestone Tread is designed
to grip the road—eliminat-
ing hazardous skids on
Hide with the safety only
Firestone Tires can give you. Glen
S cbtil 17. reccn t ly set a new world's record
in rHmhing Pike's Peak. His car was
«-<piip|»ed with Firestone Non-Skid
'1 Ires—making six eonsecutive years
The Firestone Tread is
designed with angles and
projections to give the
maximum traction and
non-skid. The brakes can
stop the wheels, hut the
tires must stop the car.
Firestone has been on the
winning rur in this hazard-
ous meun tain race, where
a skid or tire failure meant
For thirteen cnnsecutive
*- — — > i. - — —. *— * — — — f ^ • - — -
;«hub a sa botunc vrUUl-i/IJi-
ped Tires have been on the
winning curs in the annual
500-ntilc Indianapolis Race.
Just recently Ab Jenkins set
another world's record on
Firestone Tires by driving
his Pierce-Arrow 112 miles
per hour for 24 consecutive
ours, covering 2,710 miles,
on the hot salt sands of Sal-
duro, Utah, without tire
Why buy any other li\e
when Firestone Gum-Dipped Non-Skid
Tires cost no more and are first choice
of men who know.
Drive in today. Trade your old tires
for the safest tires in the world.
• Jefferson Service
Conoco Ger mProcessed
M. McCarty, Prop.
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 180, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1932, newspaper, October 27, 1932; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth783412/m1/3/: accessed March 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.