Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 197, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 26, 1929 Page: 3 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY IlMia. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1929.
by Arthur Brisbane
All About Strange Man
He Cures and Kills
$200,000,000 Too Much
Aiming at Ford
For the information of the tractor
industry, it may be mentioned that
Henry hord before long will produce
a new kind of tractor, made here in
Senator Borah says that President
Hoover “must go through to the end
and assume responsibility for the
tariff.” That new view of the Presi-
dent’s duty interests Mr. Hoover and
Man is a strange animal. David
Bernstein, Brooklyn tailor, deliberate-!
The old idea was that; congress
ly killed a man againTt whom hc 'heH''should write the ,aws» thu President
no grudge, pushing him off an ele- ”Pprove or veto them- the Supreme
vated railroad platform in Brooklyn. I ^ 0U1 ^ [ntejpret^ them.
No one saw him. He confessed to
Mr. Mussolini would agree
Senator Borah’s suggestion.
______ French scientists at La Rochelle
! s.V the sunfish is, intellectually, the
the electric cna.r. Acute appendicitis | lm,aSun,3 two-thirds of an ich
threatened, the electric chair program. J indiniTU(ter. *A n(, the fish weights j
A good sergeon, hired at public ex- j 6^22 pounds. *
pense, restore Piaiu to the death j
house/ “Out of kindness” he is al- A fuij btolh«r of that sunfish is
lowed to play cards with his partner jthe AmerJtan pac5fist) who believes
in crime, Michael Sciafoni, a wall sep- j that thif. count cun muke itself safe
and help the cause of peace by re-
Ask the fat sunfish what happens
when a thin, hungry shark comes
Strange uses of science, killing men
byelectricity, saving their lives by
surgery that the electricity may kill a]ong. This country is a very fat
them, treating them kindly while goldfish.
waiting for the chair. j ____
A cat does no worse with its mouse, j fnrle Sam collected from his neph-
’ lews this year $200,000,000 more than
Earth’s 1,800,000,000 people are not: he needs. President Hoover and Scc-
QUITE CIVILIZED YET. j rotary Mellon are said to agree that
Further details concerning the mas-1 income taxes can safely be cut.
sacra of 8,000 Mohammedans by Chi-] It is said that collecting the inome
nose in Knsu province show that the 000,000 a year, which seems a great
human race has still some distance to tax is costing the government $500,-
travel. j deal. It should be possible to find a
Of late Mohammedans had been bet.er system.
murdering Chinese. Then came fam-1 -
ine, most desperate, among the Mo-1 ’ Human beings are gradually ap-
hannuedans, who were invited by j proaching an escape from this small
Chinese officials to come to Taoehow earth, to which we once thought our-
for a conference, with promises of selves tied “until death do us part.”
roasted barley. j As serious scientists were discuss-
--- scientists in Germany are now discuss-
Wlien they came, men from fifteen , ing flying twenty-five year ago, so
to fifty were separated from the worn-, ing trips to the moon by rocket.
en, taken outside the walls and “3,00ft j Tt. is necessary to start with power
of them butchered like sheep.” When j enough to escape the earth’s gravita-
they saw that they were to be killed j tion and then arrange for a safe land-
the Mohammedans asked no mercy, j ing, taking sufficient air for a short
After the famine the Mohammedans ; stay on our satellite without atmos
will doubtless murder ten or twenty j phere, plus arrangements for a re-
Chinese for each Mohamedan killed 7 turn trip,
in the massacre.
So it goes amonfe human beings,
most cruel and blood-thirsty of all an-
The senate approves, 40 to 31, the
amendments to thu tariff bill forbid-
ding “Americans with'factories abroad
to BOnd foreign-made articles into this
country under an American trade
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tured abroad and entered with an
American trade-mark could be brought
in with the consent of the trade-mark
The'idea is sfid to be aimed at
Henry Ford‘s tractor factory in Ire- •
land, according to Senator Reed, and
that is “a movement to transfer
American-owned factories abroad- to
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J. A. DAVIS
W. T. BANKHEAD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Henry Ford may easily manufac- is a • Prescription for
imre tractors in America. He did that; Colds, Grippe, Flue Dengue,
before, until he needed the Dearborn Bilious Peter and Malaria
tractor factory for his now car. ft is the most speedy remedy known.
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Cross, G. W. Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 197, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 26, 1929, newspaper, October 26, 1929; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784412/m1/3/: accessed November 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.