Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 281, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 13, 1926 Page: 1 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT, TEXAS, SATUDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 13, 1926
P. D. THORNTON
Constant Improvement Has Placed Us In The Lead
WORK OF ERECTING WALLS FOR
ICE PLANT TO BEGIN
The work of excavating for the
foundation of the big new ice plant
of the East Texas Public Service
Company, adjoining the present plant
has already been completed, and the
pouring of the concrete for the foun-
dation will begin Monday morning.
This plant, when completed, will
be a considerable asset to the citv.
as it will house an ice plant sufficient
to produc all the ice needed by Mt.
Pleasant and all the neighboring
communities. It will more than treble
the present capacity of the plant at
this place, and will also allow plenty
of room for storage.
A valuable feature of the new ad-
dition will be the arrangement for
the curing of meat for the farmers
of the county. A special room will
be erected for this purpose, and will
be of great benefit to raisers of meat
during such seasons as the weather
Mrs. H. C. Willis returned to her
heme in Whitewright Saturday, after
^spending several days here with her
sister, Mrs, S. R. Crabtree.
Big Crowd at
CHAMPIONSHIP BASKET BALL
GAMES HAVE LARGE
! There was an unusually large num-
1 ber of people in town Saturday, and
' a majority of them came to witness
the basketball games for the cham-
! pionship of Titus county. An im-
I mense throng of interested spectators
I gathered at the school grounds to wit-
i ness the contests, which began at 10
I The first game was between Green
1 Hill and Argo, and it was a lively at-
1 fair which was won by Green Hill by
a margin of six points, the score be-
ing Green Hill 30 and Argo 24.
J The second game was not quite so
close as the first, and was between
Mt. Pleasant and Winfield, but it was
close enough to give plenty of ex-
citement. The score in this game was
17 to 12.
In the afternoon Green Hill aim
Mt. Pleasant met for the champion-
ship game, and it was a real game
These two teams were very evenly
matched, and furnished a number of
thrills. -The score was 30 to 28 in
favor of the Green Hill team, which
was awarded the championship and
WE BOAST 0N«UR SERVICE
Phone us your wants and see
. you can get them. We keep a full
I line of all kinds of drugs and drug-
gist sundries and will apgreciate
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38 Two Phone* 187 <|
Your Business in the Past
Has been greatly appreciated,
but we want you to continue to
trade with us during the future
448 PHONES 449
Many prefer to stand on the
street and loaf rather than at-
tend anychurch. If it is prop-
erly charged you may TUNE IN
on these at the
11 a.m. “Is Christ the Son of
7:30 p.m. Matt. 5:13.
•You should go to church
C* of C. to Meet
HOT WEATHER CAUSES FEARS
FRUIT CROP WILL BE
the right to represent the county in
the District meet at Texarkana.
STRONGER THAN EVER
A professor of Wesleyan'universi-
ty has figured it out that there are
10,000,000 more morons in the United
States, not to mention the 25,000,000
If what he says is correct, there
are some 35,000,000 morons and
dullards combined, or about one-third
of the total population of the coun-
N'ow we would hate to say that the
Wesleyan professor is wrong.
But, much as we would hate to say
that, we would hate still more to
have to say that he is right.
Because, for one thing, if he is
right, we’re a nation to be afraid of ,
Try and imagine a nation with
one-third of its population crazy.
Yet that’s what the Wesleyan pro-
fessor tries to make us believe.
However, proof of the fact that he
may be right, or at least right in
part, is found by the fact that unan-
imous consent acknowledges that the
dullards and morans run the govern-
So the minority, if as strong as the
professor says, is stronger than ever.
And the government is a govern-
ment of minority misrule!
Believe the professor or not, the
result is the same.—Ex.
IMPORTANT SESSION WHEN EV-
ERYBODY SHOULD BE
The most important meeting of the
Chamber of Commerce for this year
is to be held at the City Hall Monday
night, and everybody interested in a '
movement that is of vital interest to
the entire county should make it a
point to attend.
The final report of the agricultural
committee will be presented to those j
who are to make the tour of the
county, and all arrangements and de-
tails will be explained.
The officers and directors ask that
everybody who can make a talk and
who are interested in helping the va- j
rious communities of the county to
carry out their programs for the bet-
terment of the agricultural interests (
, to be present and get the full details j
! of the program so they can be of as-; Messrs. George and Jack McLemore
sistance. | Misses Alma and Florence McLemore,
There will be no other business on , Vivian Fowler and Marie Schwab
this occasion, and it will not take a . went to Texarkana Saturday after-
great deal of anyone’s time. ! roon to attend a performance of “The
- • [ Beggar Prince.”
Mrs, Clyde Holcomb left Saturday: — - __
for Stroud, Okla., to spend a few day* J Mrs. J. E. Lane of Wichita Falla
visiting relatives. J is visiting relatives here this week.
The weather man evidently has had
his products mixed up lately, as this
county has been getting the wrong
variety for February.
Although there have been several
warm days lately, Saturday was al-
most hot, and the local ice office had
numerous calls from residences all
over town for ice for household use.
On account of the hot weather ex-
pressions of fear that the fruit crop
will bo materially damaged are heard
on every side, because the buds are
beginning to swell, and a sudden cold
snap might prove disastrous.
A number of farmers say that a
rain is needed at this time, as the
ground is getting dry. This is usu-
ally the wet season of the year.
Mrs. E. C. Brice returned home Fri-
day from a two-week’s visit with her
sister in Corsicana. ,
We are in Business
for YOUR Health
ELLIS-KELLEY DRUG COMPANY
Cornelia, the mother of the Grac-
chi, rejected a king and married a
John Mitchell of Terrell is here to
spend a few days with relatives.
TO STATE AID SCHOOLS
$10,130 has been granted to the ru-
ral schools of Titus county. There is
one condition that applies to all the
schools alike, that is, that the sur-
plus books on hand as reported to
the State Aid Inspector, be sent to
the county depository at once. State
aid will be withheld until this condi-
tion is met. The State department
is calling on the County Superintend-
ent for a report of the surplus books
sent in but he cannot make this re-
port unless these books are sent in,
neither esn the State Aid schools se-
cure conditional aid granted until this
is done. It devolves upon the t?ach-
cic- and trustees of these schools to
send such books into this office at
once. F. T. WARD,
ld-lw County Superintendent
Are You Going to Live at
Home in 1926?
This bank is particularly interested in those who are interested
in LIVING AT HOME DURING 1926, and what we mean by this is
to have a good garden, plenty of chickens, good milch cows and hogs
for breeding and meat purposes.
If you do not have tl.ose necessities we will do all in our
power to help you get them.
Now is the time to start LIVING AT HOME.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
H. F. Moore, Chairman
I. N. Williams, Prea.
O. W. Caudle, Vice Pres.
J. R. Hart, Cashier
E. L. Garrison, Ass’t Cashier
C. E. Lee, Ass’t Cashier.
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 281, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 13, 1926, newspaper, February 13, 1926; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784398/m1/1/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.