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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 March 1909

£*«1S mlJH V V NEW HATS NEW GOODS ARE ARRIVING DAILY IN ALL DEPARTMENTS pain Almost every freight and express brings great shipments of new and seasonable goods to Mesquite s Leading Fash- ion Store—things that are really exclusive and attractive. If you haven't visited our store in the last day or two, you haven t seen ALL THAT'S NEW. If it's good to eat or nice to wear, J. F. McCullough has it for less. EASTER MILLINERY. The favorable comments that were expressed on the merits of our beautiful hats by the many fashionable dressers who attend- ed our opening of spring mil- linery was most gratifying to us. Our hats bear every evidence of refinement and exclusiveness and are worthy in every way. It is none too early to select your Easter hat. We are anxious to make your Easter finery, but we can't do the impossible, so don't wait until the last, but come ear- ly and get your choice of our fine selection. Let us take your or- der if we haven't what you want. Children's and misses hat...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 March 1909

vV: I 1 I I THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Prop, StfESQUITE, TEXAS NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS GALVESTON IS FAVORED ENGINEERS REPORT FOR HARBOR IMPROVEMENTS BELIEVED TO BE ENDORSED. MATTER AWAITS APPROVAL Dave Filtschick of Ilnlletsville, Tex., aged 73, fell between some cars at lxjeb, Wednesday morning, and was instantly killed. It is the intention of the Pennsyl- vania Koad, its officials say, to make the system a six track one all the way from Pittsburg to New York. Sergeant Cortes, the leader of the Insurrectionists in Cuba, and his whole band, surrendered Thursday to the civil authorities of Remedlos, in Santa Clara Province. The City Council of Dublin met in regular session Wednesday night and appropriated the sum of $600 from the general fund for the purchase of a new chemical wagon. The City Commissioner of Denison has ordered 100 thirty-two-candle-pow- ?r electric lights placed on the streets at once in addition to the arc lights already in service. Fire at 2 o'cloc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 March 1909

EVENTS BOILED DOWN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAP- PENINGS SERVED UP INi ATTRACTIVE STYLE. NOTHING GOON GNT JWAT V A Everything Important That Could Bo Confined to a Small Space Is Here Found. WASHINGTON NEWS. President Taft, on Monday announ- ced the appointment of Lloyd Bowers •of Chicago to be Solicitor General of 1he United States, filling the vacancy caused by the resignation of Henry Hoyt, who has held this post in the Department of Justice for a number of years. The Secretary of the Treasury at Washington, says: There is no foun- dation for the widely circulated report, that the payment of over $50,000,000 of claims against the Government, now due, has been passed by the Treasury for the want of ready cash. The new tariff bill was introduced Wednesday by representative Payne. It provides for an inheritance tax, in- creased internal revenue tax on cigar- ettes, a $40,000,000 issue of Panama Canal bonds, increased issue of $150,- 000,000 in Treasury certificates and imposition of dut...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 March 1909

!. —..'..V "> ' APPW m ■ W: M i . f V-.' ■.• : IK 1, 3P* ■ k < JEFF A handsome Glencoe, com- bination-gaited bay stallion, 16 hands high and 6 years old. Will make the season of 1909 at my barn, 1-2 mile south- west of Rose Hill, at $10 to insure a living colt. C. L. CRUMPLEY P. O. Mesquite, Texas, Route 3. • Relatives of Beaumont Gird- ley, formerly of this place but now of Midland, received a mes sago from him, announcing the arrival of a son at his house on March 18. Kodol for Dyspepsia and In- digestion does the ordinary work of the stomach, so that by taking a little Kodol every now and then you cannot possible have indi- gestion or any form of stomach trouble. Sold by Cullom&Chap- man. J. T. Davis Announces. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Choice prairie hay for sale. $8 per ton. Bryant & Hardy. Roy Green and Fred Tosch went to Dallas Friday night, to attend an entertainment. City politics is opening up. Mesquite has three announced candidates for city marshal. Attorneys H. F....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 April 1909

AUSTIN TEXAfe Hon Thos 15 Love Capita She Sexas Jtlesqniter. By John E, Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 2,1909 VoI.XXVIl No. 40 \ i DUSIGNED E4Y Spero. Michael &So;j NEW YORK The House That Saves You Money. A Man For bale. y / It Is Not Expensive these days to be well dressed—to be prop- erly and stylishly clothed. It can be ac- complished most easily by wearing "SPERO, MICHAEL & SON" Clothes. They are made for men of good tastei distinctive in charac- ter, but never over- stepping the limits of good form. There's a world of satisfaction in getting the right clothes and the satisfaction is still greater when you know the quality, style and lit is equal to the best though the price is much less than is asked elsewhere. We show the latest styles in three-button sack suits for business or outing wear. All materials, many pat- ters, seasonable colors, all grades $0.50 to .. $20 Our Easter Wearables In order to enjoy yourself and have the satisfaction of looking and feeling...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 April 1909

THE TEXAS MESQUITE* JOHN E. DAVI8, Editor and Propu cr MESQUITE, - TEXAS Air castles in Spain are safe. King Alfonso haB promised not to fly. Throe Chicago footpads stole 46 cents and got life sentences. Chicago hates pikers. ——1 . - l An Ohio pastor says "the Kiss is an intoxicant and must go." Hereaway it is going some. IMPROVE COUNTRY LIFE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOP COUNTRY LIFE MEETS AT GUTHRIE. King Edward caught a cold in Ber- lin. That's what comeB of kissing tho kaiser, we presume. Pittsburg has signed a ball player named Storke. Taking no chances on pennant race suicide. A New York man paid $22.50 for a cent dated 1811. Evidently money also improves with age. "London society is slighting Lent." Just where is society observing the 40 days of alleged abstinence? Ex-Queen Liliuokalanl has been sued for a doctor'B bill. What to do for our ex-queens is also becoming a problem. There will be no war in the Bal kans. No war with the .laps. This is going to be an era of peace for the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 April 1909

K ■■ r# ....WIIWWB m 'i ■ ) i / j / i i \ it < n K A asserted their rights verbally in front of the house of commons in February, were dragged into the worst excuse for a court of justice and sentenced to one month in the workshop because they had nerve enough to tell the peo pie of London their ideas on rights of men and women The mental agonies which we wom- en were compelled to undergo were compensated in the good which was iSUrmAQFrrrz RUSHS/V G aaftMMRBXn r X - ■ i x % s HANGMAN WAS ALSO SURGEON. OTES for women." The peer who could have been apprehended ut- tering those words 100 years ago in England would have been ostra- cized by society — by men and women alike. But scan the situation to-day and you will find that we suffragettes have nearly won our battle. Perhaps it seems far from victory to Americans who have been following the struggle which we have been conduct- ing in our own way, but let mo say right here that "votes for women" is in my mind a certainty within &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 April 1909

1 IS THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. PjbliSHKP Every Friday At Mesquitk, Texas. Entered lu the postoiflce at Mes- ulte, Texas, as second class matter. COU/VTsp assocjjg Friday, April 2, 1909. For City Marshal: J. T. Davis. A. J. Miller. R. B. Shanki.es. If the corporations want the legislature to adjourn, this is one time that the people and the cor- porations are together. If Jefferies tights the negro, Johnson, and wins, most people will forgive him, but if Johnson wins, then it is goodbye forever, Jeff. If the Ananias Club is still in existence, it ought to welcome with open arms the man who says that Campbell will be elect- ed to a third term. Legistative Doings. Kennedy charges the gover- nor with his troubles. Gover- nor Campbell has done enough to make him unpopular without charging him with something he is not guilty of. The record doesn't agree with Kennedy's statement. When Campbell finishes his present term as governor, we may look fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 April 1909

mm >m LADIES DRESS GOODS Our Dress Goods showing is equal to the larger doprrt- inent stores. We bought early and have the right goods , When the other fel- low hasn't got it. come to McCullough We beg to call your special attention to our showing of mus- lin underwear. Just Received — A large shipment of ARROW BRAND collars. LADIES HATS Ladies turn your thoughts at once for a new hat for Easter. Everything that's stylish, nifty or new is here. Leave your or- der today. Just received new line straw caps for babies, in new styles and popular prices. GROCERIES. We can save you money on your groceries, having made "large purchases early before the big advance in prices. On flour, sugar, coffee and the many other necessities, we will be glad to quoie you some low prices on your bill. 18 pounds granulated sugar 1.00 8 pounds good (20c) coffee 1.00 Host Evaproated peaches 1.00 Everything else cheap in propor- tion. KEEP THE QUALITY UP and the price downznz Is Our Slogan—J. F, McCulloug...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 April 1909

EVENTS BOILED DOWN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAP- PENINGS SERVED UP IN ATTRACTIVE STYLE. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY lla\uunl mill lo.*-s in N'trogilochi from Wednesdays rtrtf is placed ! $nr ,ooo N P. (Biuli Shaw, pioneer and <'011 federate veteran. died at his home in Sherman Friday. Trie fifth annual convention of the ! 1 Central Texas Dental Society was ' held in Ti Saturday An indent fire in the independent | cotton yard, Itasca. caused the loss oT ! ton bales of cotton Tuesday. Little Harold Byrd. the S'^-year-olii i Everything Important That Could Ba son of Samuel Byrd. of Longvlew, was i , | THE STATE t I ^tate of Texas, OF TEXAS. Confined to a Small Space la Here Found. WASHINGTON NEWS. I drowned in a well ;'i his homo Monday I A disastrous fire occurred In Stan j ton Friday, by the explosion of a gas I | oltuc lamp In a barber shop, resulting j J in losses of about $20,000. After consultation with Secretary of' ' 'le Secretary of the 1 reasury has the Interior Ballinger at the Cab...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 April 1909

- fl \. w CREEK INDIANS ARE ON WAR PATH CRAZY SNAKE LEADER OF INDIANS AND NEGROES CAUSE REIGN OF TERROR. TROOPS HORRIED TO SCENE Desultory Fights Since Thursday wJl- minate in Soldiers Taking The Field. Oklahoma City, Ok., March 29.— Five companies of Oklahoma State troops started yesterday In pursuit of Crazy Snake's band of Creek Indians, half-breeds and negroes, intrenched in the Hickory Hills, seven miles from Henryetta. A bloody battle was re- garded as inevitable, as the heavily armed troops set out either to capture or exterminate the murderous band, which since Thursday lias caused the death of six men, the wounding of many others, and brought about a con- dition of terror in Henryetta, Pierce and all the surrounding country. Crazy Snake's men number about. 200, all armed with rifles and plentifully supplied with ammunition. They de- fiantly sent out word today that they would fight to the death. There can be only one outcome to the clash, but it is certain to he a murderous...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 April 1909

> | ; Clothes arc like Women-Some fit while others won't So take the Maid-to-Measure, and not the ready-made that don't ?<Ml S. E. PERLBERG GO'S., Tailors, Chicatfo MADE-TO-MEASURE CLOTHES have a characteris- tic individuality about them easily recognized from the "other kind" and give you a well-dressed satisfaction not to be found elsewhere. There isn't much difference in the PRICE Hundreds of the very latest styles of fabrics are now on display for your inspection— Every garment made strictly to measure with a guar- antee of absolute satisfaction or money refunded. Frog Pond. J. W. McDanel is building a'* * i i * ! * 5 mm Suits Made-to-Measure $13.50 to WO tank ( n his farm in the pond. We havent even a puddle now. Miss Mary New's School is progressing nicely. The singing was largely at- tended Sunday night. Rev. J. J. Freeman attended the singing here Sunday night. Some of the young people of j ^ the pond attended the marriage | * of Jno. Soules and Miss Lambert i * & ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 April 1909

MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 9,1909 1 ' I i j * — By John E. Davis, CLOTHES ' « / ' " #LUl. 1 I !'•(' I A ^ , Wl' : o [;^ fill"11 rnsiqned by Spero.Mtcmael & Son jyuW ychk The House That Saves You Money. MiiliBillMlMMMiiiiaiiiiMiiiiiiiMiMi^ it 1 > — ..m P Jtlesqniter. Vol. XXVII No. *><• THE EASTER STORE SMhBI Do not make the man but they define him. His character, judge- ment, progress nil are indicated in his manner of dress. "SPERO MICHAEL & SON" Clothes afford opportunities for every man to be dressed in the best manner, with- out extravagant outlay. In every instance these clothes are made with a care for detail that place them in the foremost rank of Easter styles in seasonable materials and colors for men and young men. Prices $6.50 to $20.00 BOYS' SUITS We now have in stock ready for your inspec- tion a beautiful line of boy's clothing, in both straight and blouse pants, at prices within the reach of all. Prices $1.50.. 2.00, 2.25, 2.50, 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 April 1909

THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Prop. MESQUITE, - - - TEXAS mi The auto has proved that It has both come to stay and como to go. Buffalo girl marries a prisoner In the county Jail. Poor devil couldn't get away. If Improving the cows will Improve the milk and butter then good luck to the movement. At a wedding In New Jersey one of the guests was the bride's great-grand- daughter. Romance must die hard— very, very hard—In New Jersey. Pity the sorrows of the persecuted rich. They rail at Hetty Green for parsimony and they carp at Carnegie's benefactions. Science continues to discover mi- crobes In everything we breathe or eat Yet scientists themselves do not consent to suffocate or starve. Castro says he Is Incapable of some of the things of which he Is accused. But he will scarcely go back to Vene- zuela and demand an Investigation. A woman in New York discharged her cook by shooting her. Even the mildest of domestic worms will turn at times. There might be fewer auto ac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 April 1909

* : "" . • SB ft Bwsra? ^ : 'Tr'" * Tf " 'jwwkv"!** -."t—- — ,,rr,-,, :. /'. • V ' •#;'''"; Pr v'SBri fP j'\§$ ' .-•'#" ? / i i FIVE DEAD; FOUR HURT OTHERS BURIED BENEATH RUINS OF DEPOT AT TOWN OF ABERDEEN. MANY BUILDINGS DESTROYED ) Tornado Kills Two in Vicinity of Marion, Illinois—Lives Crushed Out . Aberdeen, Miss., April 7.—Five per- sons are known to have been killed, four others injured and still otherB are burled among the debris of the Illi- nois Central depot, which was demol- ished by a tornado which swept through the city of Aberdeen tonight. The storm, while of short duration, was of great velocity and besides de- molishing the depot damaged a num- ber of other buildings. Immediately after the storm passed relief parties were hastily formed and the search among the wreckage of the depot be- gan. At midnight live bodies of those killed had been recovered and four of the Injured. Marion, 111: Two persons were killed, many hurt and considerable property was damaged by a tor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 April 1909

THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. Little Visits with "Uncle By" John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mesquite, Texas Entered in the postotflce at Mes alte, Texas, as second class matter assoc!* Friday, April 9, 1909. We would not be surprised if Senator Thomas reaches the con elusion that being a martyr is not what it is cracked up to be. President Taft is starting off well. He is making but little noise, which, to say the least, is % decidedly refreshing change. The Atlanta Constitution says Roosevelt likes to be called "Colonel," because it reminds him of the time when he whipped Spain. Although the Socialists cut little figure in the recent city election in Dallas, they made a decided gain over two years ago, coming from 33 votes up to near- ly 500. The newspapers that are ob- jecting the Pat Crowe on the lecture platform seem to assume that a bad man can never reform. "Who knows the evils of liquor better than the ex-drunkard? The refusal of Ex-Senator H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 April 1909

I J. F. McCullough's Square Propositions, 8 I TO THE HUSBAND W$ are doing our very best to let you know th;at we carry the most complete line of men's clothing, shoes, hats, shirts, neckwear, un- dferware and hosiery in Mesquite and are selling them for less. No use to go elsewhere ko buy dry goods or groceries, we have the goods and can prove to you that we will save you money. TO THE WIFE Our stock of dress goods, skirts, shirt waists, petticoats, cellars, ruching, ribbons, laces, braids, embroideries and low cut shoes is full and complete. You know our price is reason- able. Come and see our stock whether you buy or not. Heretofore you have not been able to find all the new goods, but now we have them. TO THE SON You can find that suit of clothes, pair of nice low quarter shoes in black or tan. High priced, medium priced and low priced grades, also, ties, collars, shirts, hats, underwear, hosiery in all the latest colors at the usual low prices that we sell for. We invite you to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 April 1909

EVENTS BOILED DOWN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAI* PENING8 SERVED UP IN ATTRACTIVE 8TYLE. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY Everything Important That Could B« Confined to a Small Space la Here Found. WASHINGTON NEWS. April 9 Is the date set for the ad ftMrament of tho National Congress In Washington. Members of the House of Repre- sentatives In Washington, figuring on an extended recess of the House after ps^stng the tariff bill on Friday, are arranging a trip to Panama to inspect the work in progress on the Isthmian Canal Kansas National banks will not be allowed to participate in the Senate guaranty fund. This is settled definite- ly in a decision by Attorney General Wickershani, given in Washington Monday. James F. Smith, Govenor General •f tbe Philippines, and identified with the political life of the islands ever since their acsession to the United Stats, will soon resign his post and trill depart from Manilla for San Francisco. May 15. Thursday was President Taft's first pay day as Chief Execut...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 April 1909

' • ' M f' ■'" *'*■: ',V-1 ;/,v mimM [$• 6dve The Soul Trom .sinarrc] <3e^th Arri malfe Life's froaJ More * Oo^saafh" Son, to aran(i, Go<3 sajfh: n^ty only Son, f o z&rffvlife. "born 5o save from sorro death, Through friHlafiwnip Kf his cross, God fo ok long Dug] e sou At Iasf ot\ Calvary's mount 2>1 The sun Grewjhm.The fey Was —... Because Of Him All cow arid 3tarK. But soon The sign Of rap sp^dT7\nd Her Is Mine "The ord Go3 said, e, Was bastbr, Tragedy T was all right bo far, any- way. Helen sat very straight, with her toes just touching the carriage floor and a se- raphic smile on her chubby face. No- body suspected, not even grandma, who was so busy smiling at all the other old ladies on their way to church. It had been difficult getting in the carriage with it under her arm, and although it was hard and seemed to have un-egglike points on it, the ride to church was not so bad after all. And what a beauty it was—all gold except the pink and blue spots, and they had ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 April 1909

mi m •w I, M ! ! ! I I I * * * * tfc * * * * 1* * * * ifcr ilf s O' * £ * BETTER THAN EVER We are in a better position than ever before to serve the people of Mesquite and vicinity as we have replenished our stock of groceries and have a nice assortment of bright, new dry goods as well. We have the goods, we make the prices and we will treat you nicely under all circumstances and if you haven't been buying from us in the past, this is an urgent and cordial invitation for you to get the habit. We assure you that we will do our utmost to make it both pleasant and profitable to you. Bring us your chickens, eggs and butter. J. H. HASS, SAME OLD STAND - - MESQUITE, TEXAS. The Smallpox Situation. Additional Local. When you need wall paper, see L. C. Stewart. Mrs. Walter Lindsey of Dallas, is visiting relatives here. Kodol for Dyspepsia and In- digestion does the ordinary work of the stomach, so that by taking a little Kodol every now and then you cannot possible have indi- gestion or any ...

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