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for The State Vol. 6 Issue 30, Dec 1938
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After newly elected Governor Russel removes the head of the Railroad Commission from office, he sends the Keeper of Public Buildings and Grounds, “Uncle Dan” Terry to secure the offices of the Commission. When Dan finds that the commissioner is still there and refuses to leave, the Governor hands him a pistol and orders Dan to shot him out. Dan refuses even when Russel offers to pardon him.
Comparatively few folks ever have heard of Milton, and even fewer have been there. And yet, it is a most interesting place, and so are some of these other places mentioned in this article.