Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 208, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 14, 1931 Page: 2 of 4
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MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1931.
/ Have Paid My
/ want the schools to continue. Do you.
882,000 PAY ROLL
IN HANK KUUMKRY
MT. PLEASANT DAILY TIMES
G. IV. CROSS, Lditor
Entered at the postoffice at Mt. Pleas-
ant, Tex a.:' as second class mail mat-
ter. All obituaries, resolutions of
respect, cards of thanks, tec., will be
charged for at regular rates.
ABOl T MONEY
Some facts about money may be of
interest, although that commodity it-
self is rather scarce as far as most of
us are concerned. Our word “dollar,”
by the way, is from the German term
“thaler,” a piece of money first
coined in Berlin about the year 1518.
The United States silver dollar was
first minted in 1794. Its intrinsic val-
ue is less than half its face value, as
it contains only 412.4 grains of sil-
ver. The origin of the dollar mark
($) is not known with certainty.
The motto, “In God We Trust,"
first appeared on a bronze 2-eent
piece in 1864, and since 1855 has been
used on gold and silver coins. The
eagle appeared on the first coins is-
sued, and on most coins ever since.
Coinage of silver dollars has practi-
cally ceased in recent years.
Rahway, N. J., Nov. 13.—Five rob-
bers Friday escaped from the Citi-
zens National Bank with tlm- $82,000
pay roll of Gibbs & Hills, Inc., after
threatening a dozen customers and
The robbers, all armed, disappeared
in a black sedan soon after taking a
registered mail pouch containing the ..
money from J. H. Farrell, paymaster X
of the company, which employs sev- ’j*
oral-hundred men. engaged in electii- !
•j» j fication work of the Pennsylvania
X : Railroad in this section,
j* j The pouch had been delivered in
an armored car, under police guard.
The car left immediately to return to
the postoffice for other pay rolls. The
robbers entered a few minutes after
the .car left.
You Must (Be Convinced
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All services as usual tomorrow.
Morning worship at 10:50. Subject:
“He Has Set the Ages in Their
Jlearts.” Evening worship at 7. j
The new board of stewards will be ■
installed at the evening service, 7:15.'legal tender only for debts not ex-
A full attendance is desired. j ceeding $10, while nickels and cents
YTou will* find the old-time Gospel are legal tender only up to 25 cents,
and a warm welcome at our house any ! Any old kind of money would be ac-
time you come. Win. Dean White, j cepted as legal tender in any amount
------- ! just now, we imagine—especially on
GUEST IN LONGVIEW
HOTEL IS SUICIDE
Longview, Nov. 13.—A man, iden-
tified as John L. McGrath, 34, was
found shot to death in a hotel room
here today. The coroner ruled his
death was suicidal. United States
Veterans Bureau papers in his cloth-
ing indicated he was from Olean, N
A hotel receipt outer at Paris,
Texas, Nov. also was found. His
Olean address was given as 892
North Union Street.
That to be well groomed it takes more v$
than a wet set.
Your hair must have a sheen like silk,
your face well made up and your nails well
. You can get all this at—
Vaughan Beauty Parlor
by expert operators that know their busi-
Your greatest enemy is yourself.
The only person who can drag you
It may not be generally known that J (jown jnt0 drunkenness, thievery, or
half-dollars, quarters and dimes are uncleanness is yourse]f.
It is the fashion to talk much
maudlin, self-pity, and to blame en-
vironment, heredity, temperament,
fate, and your fellow creatures for
the evils that happen to you.
The one unquenchable light is the
human soul—the one unconquerable
Only when you love yourself ra-
tionally are you qualified to love oth-
Only when you revere tyourself and
fear yourself are you capable of rev-
erence and fear toward God.
The world is hut thp mirror of
yourself- Keep clean, and you see'
clean men and women everywhere. I
The Methodist people are looking
forward to a much enlarged and vest-
ed choir in the very near future. This
added feature will mean much to this
already splendid musical organization,
and will put our city in line with oth-
er and larger towns round about.
The true story of boys striving,
struggling, fighting, sacrificing to
make the big team!—Titus tomorrow.
Keen up with the times by subscrib
ing to The Daily Times.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
FOR RENT—My home, modern 5-
room cottage, all conveniences. Write
H. Seidenman, 5930 Richmond avenue,
Bible Study 9:45 a. in.
Regular Lord’s Day worship at the
Preaching by Clyde Embry at 7:15
Singing at 2 p. m.
Special young folks program at 6
You are welcome to all.—J. C.
FOR SALE—Green tomatoes; new
Irish potatoes, strawberry plants,
guineas, turkeys, pumpkins, pea-nuts,
pecans and goobers. Reasonable, at
Bill LaPrade’s Iron Ore Fruit
Woman (in crowded car, to her
friend)—I wish that good-looking
man would give me his seat.
Five men stood up.—Lamplighter.
Typical Boy and Girl of America
P.e cheerful and all mankind smiles, j
Be unafraid of events ar.d men, and '
the stars in their courses will fight
| \\ hether you be a convict in prison .
; or a bedridden invalid or a betrayed j
| wife or a victim of the conspiracy of i
men or of the accidents of fate, if j
' you fall back upon yourself, believe j
i in yourself, and are loyal to your- |
No real calamity ever crushed you self, you will succeed. |
that did not enter the door you un- j Let all the world despise you—it J
locked yourself. i makes no matter as long as you do j
All hell could not make you do- [ not despise yourself. ,
spair. except yourself joined in. j Whatever the past may have been, j
Every stone in the edifice of your , begin now to stand for yourself, your j
character was laid by your own best self, the high and great self that ;
hands. you know you are, away in the deep
Fate, malicious people, and other recesses of your heart,
factors can threaten, hurt and wound Stand! Yield not and inch! Be
you; nothing and nobody can put you faithful to yourself! And from this
down but yourself* ; moment things will take a turn.—Dr.
You are your greatest enemy if Frank Crane.
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(urn., and Helen Johnson, sixteen years old, of Rochester
highest degree of National 4-H dub leadership and project »orv ‘
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Cross, G. W. Mt. Pleasant Daily Times (Mount Pleasant, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 208, Ed. 1 Saturday, November 14, 1931, newspaper, November 14, 1931; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth784953/m1/2/: accessed July 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mount Pleasant Public Library.