Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 247, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 13, 1931 Page: 2 of 4
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*v*SIT. DAILY TIMES TIES DAT, JAMARY 13, mi.
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
G, W. CROSS. Editor
Open The Door
Of Success With
A Telegraph KeyJ
The State of Texas, County of Titus.
By virtue of an order of sale is-
sued by order of a judgment decree
A little book has come to our of-] *he 76th Distiict Uoutl ol Titus
fice. We wish a copy of it could he bounty, lexas, by the (, 11 ' 0 ^au
placed in the hands of every young': ^0U1% on the 9th day oi ecem u,
mnn and woman in the Southwest,; I9<10, in a certain suit o. ’«>•,
for it is a treasure-house of inspiru-, wherein the State ot Texas is p am
tion and guidance.
It is called “The General Tele-
graphy and Western Union Courses
at Tylet Commercial College and
School of Business Administration.”
It is published by the big school at
Tyler—center of business training in
the South for more than a quarter
of a century. It tells how a young
man or woman can, with just a few
months of intensive training, prepare
for a useful, profitable position as a
......I i1 • •• As we turn through the pages of deiivered
this booklet a brilliant pageant is
: conjured by our fancy—a long, hap-
I py procession of men and women who
have gone out from the fine old
school at Tyler into the big telegraph
Traveling man wants room and ga- companies, the railroads, the tele-
Entered at the postoffice at Mt. Pleas-
ant, Texas as second class mail mat-
ter. All obituaries, resolutions of
respect, cards of thanks, etc., will be
charged for at regular rates.
Miss Eunice Cioates and Mrs. J. W.
Corn of Dallas, and E. \Y. Webster
of Kingsville were the week end
guests of the former’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Coates.
and Sylvester Thomas is de-
! in favor of the said plaintiff, for the
sum of $10.45,
for taxes, interest, penalty and costs
w'ith interest on said sum at the rate
of six per cent per annum from dale
fixed by said judgment, together with
all costs of suit, that being the
amount of said judgment rendered
in favor of said plaintiff by the said
Clerk of District Court of Titus
County, on the 6th day of February,
A. D. .1930, and to me directed and
Sheriff of said
County. 1 have seized, leved upon. |
and will, on the first Tuesday in Feb-1
ruary. A. D. 1931, the same being i
the 3rd day of said month, at the |
Court House door of said Titus Coun-!
ty, in the City of Mt. Pleasant, be-
defemlaht or attorney, a sufficient
portion thereof to satisfy said judg- ;
ment, interest, penalties and costs; j
subject, however, to the rights of j
sale to be applied to the satisfaction
thereof, and the remainder, if any,
to lie applied as the law directs.
Q. C. CADDIS,
Sheriff, Titus County, Texas.
the plaintiff for any other or fur- By W. E. Wilkinson, Deputy,
ther taxes on or against said pro-[ Dated at Mt. Pleasant, Texas, thia
petty that may not be included here- 2nd day of January, 1931. 1-6-3
in, and the right of redemption, the j ___
defendant or any person hating ar j SCOTCH LAKE DWELLERS
interest therein, at any time within | ___
two years from the date of sale by j An aneient «crannog» aa the fort.
paying double the amount patdI for ified lake dwelling8 of Gaelic times
said property, and further, if sold to were calledi has m.ent]y come to
the State of Texas, subject to the ,i(?ht in the dry bed of a joch<
right of redemption, as provided by j
law as shown in article 7697 Revised j
Civil Statutes of Texas, and subject ^ small Berlin theatre has been
to any other and further rights the , K>vcn reversible seats so that their
defendant or anyone interested there-! occuPants can face a moving picture
in, may be entitled to, under the pro- j scre®B a* on® °* the building or a Jec-
visions of law. Said sale to be made j ^ure platform at the other,
by me to satisfy the above judgment,,
together with interest, penalties a
T. L. Denman of
. ....... Tyler spent Mon-
Titus i costs of suit, and the proceeds of said ( day and Tuesday here with friends.
rage. Give details a- to number in phone companies, the pipe lines, the. txveen the hours of 10 o’clock A. M. i
family, prices, location, etc. Write
L. G. Smith, General Delivery. Ip
WANTED—A man with wife to
work for wages. A man that wants
to work. 9 miles north of Mt. Pleas-
ant.—J. B. Lane. It
LOST — Saturday, child's tan,
brushed glove for left hand. Please
call 247. 13-2t
newspapers—alert, modern folks do-
ing a big share in making the world
a safer, happier, better place to live, j
And we contrast these with another.
vast pageant, the thousands of young'
people who graduate every year from
and 4 o’clock P. M., on said day, j
proceed to sell for cash to the high-j
est bidder all the right, title and in- j
terest of said defendant in and to j
the following described real estate,
levied upon as the property of said
the general colleges of America, with j ^defendant, the same lying and being
smattering of a million tidbits of situated in the County of Titus,
FOR RENT—New 5 room house
near East Side school. All conven-
iences, including gas.—Andrews Ta-
garos. 12-tf J
; knowledge and no practical training
i Shoot straight, young men and
j women! Choose a definite goal and
i keep it always before you, if you
would win in this race called life!
! Choose something worth while, some-
thing with a real future, such as the
State of Texas, to-wit:
1-4 acre of land out of the D. Mc-
Call Survey; and described in the
deed records of Titus County, Texas,
Abst. No. 357, Vol. 59, page 591,
Or, upon the written request of said
future that awaits graduates of the Please gend cataiog of your course in:
Telegraphy School at Tyler Cornmer-
FOR SALE—We have on hand 300 j cial College and
18-foot creosote poles. Suitable for j Administration,
bridge work, fence posts, etc. These
poles can be bought at a bargain.
For further information see Wire
Chief Southwestern Bell Telephone
Company, Mt. Pleasant, or District
Plant Chief, Paris, Texas. 9-3dlw
School of Business
You can have a copy of this book-
let free, simply by writing the school
for it. And here’s a coupon, just to
make it easy for you:
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 247, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 13, 1931, newspaper, January 13, 1931; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth783436/m1/2/: accessed January 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.