Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 230, Ed. 1 Monday, December 6, 1926 Page: 1 of 4
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MOUNT PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
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Our Cleaning and’ Pressing Fac
Find 2 Witlr
- Throats Cut
MT. VERNON WOMAN ANI> GIRL
ARE ALSO FRIGHTFULLY
‘ . BURNED
M^ Vernon, Dec. 4.—With clothing
burned off by fire in surrounding
J. A. Roach of the Pleasant Hill
community. was exhibiting some ore.
bearing rocks . in t6wh Saturday,
Nvhich came from his farm in the
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southeast . part of the county;
rocks were of k sandstone or crystal
formation and were full of veins of! 3
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““ s price of New ones! |
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»~*"$|Club Will Sell
VE THE ii MT'
ore, which resembled gold bearing
Quartz. Mr. Roach had some of the
leaves and their throats cut, the bod- j rock sent to A. & M. College, and the . _
leiyM, Mrs. W. R. Cooper and young | report oft the assay was that it show- |!!
daughter were found here Saturday t ed gold and iron, but the quantifies jjj My make
by neighbors. [of each were not given. Mr. Reaiph **
TKe home four miles west of Mt. is planning to send some specimens
of the ore to a government assay of-
fice and get an official assay Soon so
as to known whether it is ^aluAble
and would pay tp have1 mined.
Vernon was razed by fire which evi-
dently had kindled the leaves around
le bodies of the victims.
Mi^Cooper had been married less
year, and her husband was
business at the time of the
the mail box signed by
proper stated that she had not
killedffcer daughter, despite the lat-
ter’s pk»a that her life be spared and
that since was about to set fire to the
houpe a^d kill herself.
The bodies were found about 76
President Denman of, the Rotary
have a* itr guest sqmanxtw, * man
who wilt,sjMi»kfto..the' inismbirs on a
propoeitjrtHj |f yjtg.'i interest to the
us,.that the^club win. - ;.^V™
nesttomorrow a man y
feet, from the house
They'were married several months
The daughter was Cooper’s step-
Both mother and daughter had been
' in'BIT health, the daughter being vir-
tually an^ invalid.
bers of the club, but iwho.aife inter-
ested in the Upbuilding.of-the' city.
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! Miss Ida Mae Henderson of Dallas
is visiting her parents,. Mr. and Mrs.
Try a Daily Tinges Want Ad.
W. M. Henderson, this week.
Mrs. T. J|Y. Harwell fids returned
from a visit with relatives in Austin.
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WILL A£AI> FIGHT
from the sale of these sdtfli?. blit of *
142 persons -examined in one free,
chest clinic last year, 39 were found
to be tubercular. All these were a,
menace to others, at home, in, school
ORGANIZATION V the' top<^M«e oi
a modern health crusade cannot be!
over-estimated. In teaching a child
health habits we promote health nOW<
and for all future time.
As has been the custom for several j ^he sale of Christmas seals wiU ^
the ’99 Club .of Mt.
Shears past, me ™ uu« -oi jut, the meang of financing this work ^
Pleasant will again conduct a cam- q£ug County> and ^ starts now-
paign against tuberculosis through Help the Club in working for the ~
the sale of Christmas Seals. . heal*h of-Titus County.
ThAclub has appointed a commit- _;_
i tee, with‘Mrs. E. Richards as chair- COFFEE GUZZLER DRINKS
man, to arrange for the disposal of i .26 CUPS, MISSES RECORD: *■
these seals, which are to be placed -
The world’s spoet bill has become
the biggeet item ih its budget, and
that is be
of the sealsfl
, and the
.civic welfare of Ihe city, and one in
j which everybody .uhmkld.he'fntarasted': tha^
Doors Open 6:45 o’clock.
Daily at 2:30. Saturday;
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Milton Sill* and Betty Bronson in
A wonderful supporting cast!
Noah Beery, Charles Murray, Kate Price
South Sea romance-a drama of the Pacific that
rings ^ut with the clash of braaypy men fighting^,
rings put with tne ciasn or Drawny men i
for a dot of land at t|» world's edge-and
One of the truly big of the seas&fe>
Also Comedy and Pathe News. Adm. 10 & 25h
^^uiMsHo indicate £tke coU-"
that sport, as an itein of ex-
pense is a wqrthy rival of war itself.
Writing in The Elk’s Magazine, he
“For instance, there are a million
golfers in the United -States. At a,
conservative estimate the average
golfer spends five hundred- dollars a
year. The. earnest duffer never fig-
ures the game in dollars, being too
busy trying to reduce his average
rather than his expenditures. There
we have aJialf-billion for one sport.
The average pay-roll of a big-league
baseball club is something like a
quarter of a million a year. T-here
tire sixteen-big league baseball clubs.
The average baseball club in the
majors must take in something over
a ■ million in a, year to cover over-
head and pay a respectable dividend.
Intercollegiate football based on
the return of about fifty of the best
known universities, costs $30,000,000
a year. The number of hunters and
fisheiynen are legion. You can esti-
mate the expenses of these fishermen
at anything you. pfease. Thefe n»
the matter of improving the breed
■< ;" horses. Figures from this sport
Ui' hruxl to cbt iin, because the men
Wednesday and Thursday
Conway Tearle, Alice Joyce, Clara Bow
v! ho . arc bending- th*'matter in im-
proving the breed maintain that there
is no profit and that the sport pays
no dividends. It all goes back into
the “kitty” for the improvement of
“With these leads even t the most
skeptical will admit that tl*e United
States alone is spend>t)g several bil-
Christi, Dec. 4.—Gus Com-,
Fergus Falls, Mont., re-
rld’s champion cbffee drink-
as G. Franc Roberts of Cor-
risti is concerned. , 4
Attempting to break Comstock’g i v
c.rd of <2 cups in a day, Roberta:. *> ,
called it a day after gulping dowrfc.
IfetE-biaaiiy waged 26 cups between 7 a. n». and nooii.
rof women’s clubs ! Saturday. V .j.
hd tl^sir activities I Groggy, and somewhat sick, he
ni.v by a lack of was taken home as the qnpu whistle-
Ijwmimmti&p blew. •' „ ■■ •
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With Cullen Landu, Dorothy Devore and ttar cast, alap,
Newt And good comedy “The Steeple Chaser”
Monday aad Tuetday Malinec. tOand tSc
10 and 25«
lions a year for its spe
Miss Dorothy. Musgro\-e, who is
spending the winter Commerce
j with ,relatives, spent -the week end
j here with her parent#.
Mrs. Josh Hodge and little son of
Tulsa, Okla., are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Mellie Rogeirs. -----
Mr. and Mrs. E*: B- Ajford of Hend-
erson are guests of t^pir niece, Mrs.
T. R. Florfey.
M. Greenspuun of Fort Worth was
here on business Saturday.
Horace Huckeha went to. Tyler
Monday on business.
Daily Times ads pay.
Early and Late
This store opens early in the morning and remains
open late, long alter other stores are closed, and
this seven days iu the week, as a convenience to
But don’t forget to do your holiday shopping
EARLY and see our line before buying. We are
sellings lots of Christmas goods every day.
Drugs aiiji. Jewels
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Cross, G. W. Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 230, Ed. 1 Monday, December 6, 1926, newspaper, December 6, 1926; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784145/m1/1/: accessed September 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.