Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 123, Ed. 1 Monday, July 9, 1928 Page: 1 of 4
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The Mt. Pleasant Daily Times
“Mt. PLEASANT $ A PLEASANT PLACE.’
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PUBLISHED EVlliRY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
By Carrier—SOo per month
By Mail—40c per moat*
$4.00 per jrewr
MT. PLEASANT, TEXAS. MONDAY EVENING,9, 1928,
'80,000 Blaze in
• WITH ”1 v !»>. J Tyler, Texas, July 8.—Fire gutted
-i' ” ’ , the Swann Building on the south cor-
COMMISSIONERS TO ASSIST CITY ner of the public square Sunday
AND SCHOOL IN ZON- morning, with a loss estimated at
ING TOWN $80,000.
■ Thought to have originated in the
! At the regular session of the Com- j Holt tire shop, the blaze had gained
missioners’ Court Monday morning, ^such headway that firemen fought
two of the City Council met with the flames under handicap, but suc-
them and asked for the county’s co- ceeded in confining the loss to ten-
operation in securing a property map ants of the building owned by E. F.
of Mt. Pleasant ■■Ifor-tile purpose of ar- I Swann and E. R. Baldwin, that being
riving at a more equitable” method of a total loss. '
taxation for city prbperty. This was ! Those who suffered practically
decided on at the recommendation of | complete losses of their stocks and
the City Plan Commission, which sug-i supplies are Tye’s ladies.’ Shopp^ Hef-
crpstpd t.hnt thp cnnntv and aehrtrtl ' fler GroCerV. S. Smith, merchandise:
LD. REGULAR MONTHLY
MEETING AND TRANSACT
; ROUTINE BUSINESS
BEGAN WORK MONDAY -TO . SE-.
" LECT JURORS FOR TWO
TERMS OF COURT
Send it to
Monday morning District Court
convened for the last week of the
% June Term and took
"The first case that was taken. up
was Ralph M. Love vs.‘T. C. Lamar ,over an^ approve
et'als., a suit for partition of prop- ' "fV,“ r-''0'40 nf
erty and the rental^ accruing there-
from. This case has been on
dbcket for the past eight years,
something has always come up that ' The
.interfered with the trial-. The jury.---------- - *
was chosen in the morning and the 'a8^ co-operation of the county in se-
trial of the case began after noon. Icuring a property map of the city,
Judge Wilkinson appointed B. &>nd the commissioners voted to pay
Branch, T. F. Stamps and If- C. Har- I one-third of the expense of this n»»P
vey as commissioners to select the *n order to work out a better fyatept
juries tot the special term of Dis- I °f taxation of city property. - ■ •.
cifii transaction ot the county s business.
There was little to do besides at-
tend to routine affairs, such as go
> accounts and dis-
cuss the roads of the county.
The county officers all rendered
reports to the court, for the second
but t quarter of the year.
city council had two repre-
I sentatives present in the morning to
Santiago, Chile, July 8.—Upward I ^ J
Jof 309 lives were lost when the army,
Itransport Anjjpartio* crashed on the iwou*<*
rocks a* Punta Compel, near the fd ^
Souths Chilean coats town of Lebu in« “
Friday night. T^e - e^acT oamber |wh,cl*
m,y a-tk. -W-gj***
trict Court in August, and also for
the January Term next year. They
began their work of selecting names
immediately"after they were empan-
MARRIED JUNE 28
Ui. 4. Schultse ||
message fgmJiia teafr
' 1%. .«ttd MrtV Allen Phillips left
SOnday for kft extended trip North, i lady. Mi
^ expecting to be gttfpe a month. They An tft.
V. Will visit Canada, New York, Waah*- and was eiAployed in the Guaranty
*igton before returning W State Bank. He made many friends
( ■■■'■■ — ■■ -c (while here who wish him every hap-
..... Mrs. Jack Cross, and Mills Dorothy Ptness.
Me^tt returned Saturday ^fnt from ~ ---*
Thurber, where they apetffc a week T. R. Florey and family spent Sun-
with their brother. day in Overton with relatives.
married orf June- ZBr-tty a St.
„ [r.. Schultze spetit about £
Mt. Pleasant Some months
The transport left JPunti
southernmost city in the wa
Straits of Magellan, witl*
sons on bdflfaL Of thesel '■<
craw and seventy-six passed
latter included a number <
ofrelate, and it is expected that
tion fl^^e*caohty, city and school
wit! mbtl^harf pay for the 'map.
' Not S this, but a plan will Tatar
he dfevisM whereby property will be
assessed' accenting to zones, taking;
inf» consideration the prtWimity to>
the business section, accessibility, and
surroundings of the -property, instead
of just saying a> certain part of a- cer-
tain survey, as is now practiced.
‘Come to My House’
The ship was loaded with co«
Punta Arenas,: the fuel being ini
Northern Chile. They were travel-
ing at Government expense.
— . .
PASSENGER AtltPtANE -v
STOPS HERE FOR FUEL
This will place taxation on a just and
The Golden Clown*'
We have installed a new Automatic Toast
er—just another improvement on
Service and Quality
Mrs. Geo. Lilienstern, Mrs. A. C.
' Hoffman, Mrs. Gus McKinnon, Miss
, Laura Hoffman and Webber Beall
'drove to Dallas Sunday, the two lat-
iter returning ih the afternoon.
Blue Mill Coffee & Sandwich Shop
garding his flight, saying*, he Came
The Devile’s Trade
from Chicago by way of Texarkana
Mr. and Mrs. Stinson and1 little
lughter Gene have returned from a
ip in the Ozarks and other points.
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Cross, G. W. Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 123, Ed. 1 Monday, July 9, 1928, newspaper, July 9, 1928; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784252/m1/1/: accessed October 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.