Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 86, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1929 Page: 1 of 4
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MOUNT PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
•Wit. PLEASANT IS A PLEASANT PLACE.”
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MT. PLEASANT. TEXAS. THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 20, 1929.
PL ANT SITES
Texas Couples Who
Wish To Wed Dash
Over to Oklahoma
A NUMBER OF LOCATIONS ARE
BEING CONSIDERED FOR
D. B. Short, general manager of the
Texas Milk Products Company, of
Marshall spent all of Wednesday in
Mt. Pleasant inspecting possible lo-
cations for the milk plant that is to
be erected here during the coming
Mr. Short found ten suitable loca-
tions in various parts of town, all of |
which he said would be excellent sites
for the building, having most of the
necessary requirements. His object
in looking them, all over is to look
carefully 'into all of the advantages
and if one is not available then to be
ready to take another. j
The situation in Mt. Pleasant, said
Mr. Short, is betteiv than in Marshall
for a milk plant, and it is his opinion
Durant, Okla., June 19.—The mar-
riage licenses bureau has had a not-
able business boom, attributed by
County Clerk L. W. Hughes to the
Texas “gin marriage law,” which re-
quires the posting of marriage notices
several days before the ceremony.
Hughes issued 11 licenses over the
week end and eight of them went to
Texas couples, three from Dallas and
two from Ft. Worth. Since June 1,
the bureau has issued 31 licenses.
Do not fail
that within a short while after this
plant is in operation, it will have the
largest production of either of the
other two associated plants. Mr.
Short is well pleased with the interest
shown by Mt. Pleasant.
Next week, a committee will come
up from Marshall and decide on the
best site available, and a location
will be purchased soon.
Woman Succumbs To
Drug Taken While
Her Husband Died
Of Assault in j
Shooting Brother ,
Texarkana, June 19.—Allen Morton
faced a five-year penitentiary sen-
tence today as the result of a jury's •
verdict finding him guilty of assault
with intent to kill his brother, John
Morton. The latter was shot once
through the hand and once through
The shooting climaxed an argument,
according to testimony, soon after
Allen had been paroled from the Ark-
ansas penitentiary, where he had been
serving one year on conviction of
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Fort Smith, Ark., June 19.—A dose |
of poison which she swallowed as her
husband lay dying last week proved
fatal Wednesday to Mrs. Hugo Miller.
Her husband, a Fort Smith clothier
died last Friday. When told that he
was dyHng, according to authorities,
J she ran into the bathroom crying:
“Hugo, don’t leave me; I’ll go too.”
She was found on the bathroom floor
in a serious condition a short time
iater. Two children survive.
“No Stocking"" Style
Barred Because Flies
Like To Bite on "Em
Topeka, Kan., June 19.—The “no
stocking” fad has been banned for
girl employees of the Santa Fe rail-
road general offices here.
Department heads said they be-
lieved the fashitfn would impair effi-
ciency because of flies distracting the
girls by biting their unclad legs.
The Grand Jury, after having bc«n
in session since Monday, recessed
Wednesday afternoon, after reurn'mg
ten more felony indictments for vari-
ous offenses. This brings the total
of indictments for the term up to
fifty-six, the first week’s work by this
body resulting in the returning of
After reporting to the Court the
results of this week’s work, the Grand
Jury adjourned until Monday, July
isth, when it will resume its deliber-
Criminal cases will not be taken
up by the Court until Monday, July
first, istead of next Monday, as was
at first reported.
Very little work has been done dur-
ing the past week, there being a plea
of guilty in a minor offense and sev-
eral divorces issued.
JOHN YV. PHILP IS CON-
FIRMED BY SENATORS
Washington, June 19.—In the first
open executive session under the new
rules, the Senate Wednesday con-
firmed a group of nominations, in-
cluding that of John W. Philp of Dal-
las as Fourth Assistant Postmaster
Mrs. Felix Byrd returned to her
home in Pilot Point Thursday, after
a short visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. D. Nelson.
Little Miss Frances Vandiver went
to Gilmer Thursday to spend a few
days with relatives.
The weather for the past 24 hours
according to readings made at 6:30:
Maximum .................................... 95
Minimum .................................... 69
Temperature 6:30 .................... 70
Wind from ................................SE
O. K. USED CAR
1927 Chevrolet Truck........$150.00
1927 Chevrolet Coupe ....$350.00
1928 Chevrolet Coach ....$475,00
1927 Chevrolet Landau... $400.00
1929 Chevrolet Coach......$600.00
1927 Chevrolet Touring....$275.00
1927 Pontiac Coach........$350.00
1927 Chevrolet Touring ...$250.00
1927 Chevrolet Coupe....$350.00
1927 Chevrolet Coach . . $300.00
1927 Chevrolet Coach ....$275.00
1926 Chevrolet Coach ....$250.00
1926 Ford Sedan ............$250.00
1927 Chevrolet Touring $150.00
COW. SEPARATED FROM HER
CALF, KILLS FARMER’S WIFE
Shoots At Dog;
Hits Own Child
Duncan,\ Ok., June 19.—A cow, en-
raged because she had been separated
from her calf, late yesterday trampled
Mrs. M. M. Sessions, 50 years old, to
death when the woman entered the
pen to let the calf back to its mother.
BOTH HOUSES OF
Washington, June 19.—The Senate
adjourned until Aug. 19 for the sum-
mer recess Wednesday night at 6:16
p. m., a few hours after the House
had closed its doors until Sept. 23.
McAIe-ster, Ok., June 19.—An unin-
vited dog entered the home of Tata
McConnell near Savana as the family
were eating breakfast today.
The animal jumped upon the table.
Grabbing a shotgun, the lather dis-
charged at the dog and shot his son,
Olvis, 17, as he excitedely stepped in
front of the gun.
Olvis is in a hospital here critically
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Mrs. A. B. Blackburn and baby re-
turned Thursday to their home in Dal-
las, after a visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Nelson. They
were accompanied by little Miss Mary
Lou Taylor for a short visit.
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J. R. McMahan has returned to his
home in Columbus, after a visit here
with his aunt, Mrs. W. O. Keeney.
Miss Clarine Jones went to Com-
merce Thursday to spend a few days
Cloth woven from rust proof spring
steel wires has been invented to take
the place of rubber garters and other
elastic articles of wearing apparel.
Miss Helen McMahan of Columbus,
Texas, is spending the summer here
Mrs. John G. Rowland of Shawnee,
Okla, is the week end guest of her
sister, Mrs. J. H. McFarland.
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Cross, G. W. Mount Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 86, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1929, newspaper, June 20, 1929; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784935/m1/1/: accessed June 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.