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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 June 1911

§2 W0: •J''- plc- d ' ®r c IN PRIESTHOOD FIFTY YEARS The most remarkable civic demon- stration ever given in honor of a clergyman in this country was that recently held in Baltimore In tribute to Cardinal Gibbons, the occasion be- ing the celebration of the 50th anni- versary of his ordination to the priesthood and the 26th anniversary of his elevation to the cardinate. The distinguished churchman in whose honor this remarkable celebration was held In seventy-seven years old. He was born in Baltimore, received his early education in Ireland, the land of his fathers, and after a col- legiate and theological course in this country was ordained to the priest- hood in 1861. His life since has been tirelessly spent In the service of re- ligion. He traveled the Carollnas as vicar apoBtolfc, with the rank of bish- op, when railroads were unknown and the bridle path did duty for the road. Missionary life in that region has al- ways been one of hardship and the future cardinal had four years...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 June 1911

SKmns A BRIGHTENING PROSPECT. AN EYE TO BUSINESS if l ii if I > A dressmaker had sent her servant to post a letter and was anxiously waiting ber return. "Did you post my letter all right. Mary?" she asked, as the maid o^ all work entered. "Oh. yes. ma'am." replied Mary, holding a penny out to her mistress. "What is this for?" again asked the fair employer. "I gave it to you for the stamp." "1 didn't have to use it. ma'am. 1 put the letter in the box when nobody was looking," explained the innocent Mary. His Part. "Do you have to buy many dresses for your wife?" "Haven't bought a dres for her since we have been married." "Great Scott! Tell me bow you do it!" "She insists on buying 'em herself. I've paid for a carload, though." TWO REA80NS. CSsmtr awf . "'*4 by Is an ordinary man like a ball player?" "Hates to be put out." "Well, yes. And he likes to reach borne without being touched." Reformed. He used to live on breakfast food. But that was long ago. He wonders now howe'er he cou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 June 1911

ICE MELTS JSWJZir By. ni Bl &ONT YOl/JTEJS^L <fUST A L/TTLE &NEA'SYa>/tf> NO BANK ACCOUN7 ? 1 he banking business is the safest business in the world, because the banker TAKES NO RISK. Therefore, if you do not wish to actively engage in some business yourself, the bank is, beyond all ques/ tion, is the safest place for your money. Make Our BANK Your BANK. The First National Bank OF MESQUITE rnmmmmmamammammammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm r % Additional Local. * | * C. L. Crumple.v of Rose Hill, was here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Duckworth of New Hope, took the train here Tuesday for a visit to relatives in Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reid of Fort Worth, visited the former's sister, Mrs. J. H. Fender, sever- al days this week. The revival meeting at the Presbyterian church begins Sunday. See a more extended notice on the first page. Miss Ida Crouch of Bristol, Tenn., who had been visiting at the home of Bedford Galloway, left Wednesday for McKinney. Miss Mary New, who i at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 July 1911

aute Librarian Cipitol jr* Sexoe By John E, Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911 Vol. XXX No. 1 i' . ■.+, HALF YEARLY CLOSING OUT SALE OF SUMMER GOODS AND GARMENTS .... THIS SALE STARTS JULY 8 AND STOPS JULY 15. NOT A DAY SOONER CR T^ATER We shall not make sensational cuts on staple cotton goods. We shall not sell goods below cost which are worth par the year round. We shall use no catchy devices, but we will cut deep—even to one-half regular prices in many cases. All odds and ends in our stock; all broken assortments; all discontinued lines, all goods that must make way for Fall Goods, including every item that is distinctly summer. Right now in the full flush of the season, we can save you money on your purchases. If WE put money in your pocket to trade with us, we know that other things being equal, we have a strong presumption that we can win your patronage and hold it. ■;!< Big Closing Out Sale on all Men and Boys Summer Suits. Men's Suits One-Third Off $18.50 Suits ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 July 1911

Y' - ■ ■ ■ =4- v #,... I I . 11 THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQU1TE, TEXAS Now, altogether: for youT" "1b It hot enough Even the mosquito Is feeling the Impulse of the back-to-the-farm move ment Nearly everybody who says "I don't care" 1b not telling the truth. When an aviator loses his way In a log he cannot ask a policeman. At Jeast not yet Almost time for some get-rich-qulck man to establish a correspondence school of aviation. Germany haB adopted a new gun de- signed to bring down aeroplaneB, Just as If aviation is not dangerous enough. The convicts who struck for the elghfrhour day In the Michigan peni- tentiary finally decided not to walk out • The earth has only 10,000 years to live, according to a Swedish astron- omer. Let us then be up and doing, etc. Western farmers want the weather bureau investigated because Its pre- dictions don't agree with their rheum- atism. '• According to fashion experts in London and Paris the harem skirt is dead. As ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 July 1911

HE American people, ever keen for something new, have during the past year or two been Indulging their I fancy to an ever-Increasing extent for a new form of amusement,—that Is It Is new to the United States although it has had great vogue from time out of mind, In all the leading European countries. The open-air pageant or play Is the object of this new fad,-— if fad it may be called,—and the new style out-door en- tertainments are by no means confined as some people might suppose to the summer months. In- deed the spring is a favorite time for this form of "return to nature" whereas many such spec- tacles are held In the autumn and finally we are coming to find such productions provided as among the leading mid-winter attractions of such favored regions as Florida and Southern Cali- fornia. The people who do catering of amusements as a business were sort of caught unawares by this sudden popularity of the open-air pageant or play. It spread suddenly and of its own accord ho to spe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 July 1911

"HE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. ;ohn E. Davis, En. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mesquite, Texas. Entered in the postoffioo at Mes- quite, Texas, as second clans matter. A 5 .COU^vr^^ S ASSOC IA Friday, July 7 , 1911. The next time Mr. Hines takes a message from the White House to Springfield, he will doubtless insist on it being in writing. Tom Johnson is dead, but every time one rides on the street car in Cleveland they save 2 cents because Tom Johnson once lived. Those who believe in the re call in Texas have reason to feel gratified. It has won in every instance used and has stood the test of the courts. The Dallas county grand jury I which adjourned Saturday hand ed in a warm report. And there i.s good food for thought in it. Ev ery citizen of Texas ought to read that report. The Mesquiter hopes that the farmers in this section will plant everything they can to make up for the loss of a corn crop. A little feed of any kind is going to be a big help this winter. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 July 1911

Do You Need a Truss? Lots of people are wearing them and there are others who would if they had any conception of the benefits to be de- rived from wearing a proper truss, cor- rectly fitted. It means safety and com- fort—frequently a cure. If you need a truss, you need a Smithsonian, the best made. Fully warranted to give satisfac- tion. 30 days trial absolutely free. Come in and let us explain and showlthem to you. The Palace Drug Store Cullom & Chapman, Props, Mesquite, Texas j i I — ■ Local and Personal. | = Mrs. C. A. Davis of Dallas, was Ifhere Tuesday. A daughter was born July 5, [to Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gallipp. McKinley Love went to Venus (Sunday, to work on The Times. Willie Porter of McKinney, kvas a visitor here Sunday and (Monday. (County Commissioner J. ^latt lamilton of Garland, was here laturday. I Miss Bonnie Nolen came in from Palmer Sunday, to visit her [iister, Mrs. Will Tosch. Miss Ellen Chenoworth of Dal- las, was the guest of Miss Vera Plater several days thi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 July 1911

wm^ii " • si - / For the Little Miss :r'.i * i # ■>' : HI Pi Mm ffl?'.-' , . Its > * ** « •#* «a i fu'.'-.'-1 i Hi THE little miss has a much wider choice In hats than Bhe had a few years ago. Since it beca the fashion to copy shapes made for grown-ups, in small sizes, for young heads, children's millinery has become much more interesting to the pur- chaser and much less taxing in its demands on the milliner. The variety In shapes makes it possible, also, to suit the child's individual style. Two good designs are shown here, suitable for girls from about 8 to 16 years old. They are made on the familiar bell and helmet shapes and only differ from these shapes made for grown people, in the matter of size. The bell-shaped hat appears to be covered with silk, but would be Just as effective in a braid. It is cov- ered with rows of fine-meshed lace, alternating with motifs in flower forms made of braid. The petals of each motif Is filled with a figured net. A wreath of small ribbon ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 July 1911

■M WA |iv LIVE STOCK treating for side bones Cartilage Which May In Certain Cases Become Hardened and Thus Lead to Lameness. (By DR. M'INTOSH. III. Experiment Station.) On either side of the coffin bono in the horse there is a cartilage which may in certain cases become hardened by deposits of mineral matters and thus lead to lameness. They are situ- ated on one or both sides of the leg and bulge above the upper portion-of the hoof. They may be the result of inflamed conditions, bruises or trou- bles like corns or hoof cracks. Slip- Side Bones. ping on the stony pavement la a fre- quent cause, as well as the great weight of the bodies in heavy horses. If the wagon tongue falls on the foot at this point, the cartilage may be in- jured and induce the disease. The swelling is first noticed just above the hoof or near the heel. Lameness Boon follows. The treatment usually recommended for side bones consists, in the free use of cold foot baths or cold water band- ages for a week.or more....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 July 1911

The Policy of this bank is stability, integri- ty and reliability, which insures its success. money is in the bank you that it is absolutely safe. This bank offers you not only safety but every accommodation consistent with sound banking and it invites your account* When your want to feel Make Our BANK Your BANK. The First National Bank OF MESQUITE BASE BALL NOTES STANDING OF TSX^S LEAGUE, Played Won Lost Pet. Houston .. ...84 45 39 .53$ Ft. Worth. .. 82 4B 39 .524 Austin,... ...94 44 40 .524 San Antonio..85 44 41 .518 Waco ..82 42 40 .512 Dallas ...84 42 42 .500 Okla. City ...84 41 43 .488 Galveston. BO CD 33 50 .398 The Mesquite team went to Forney Saturdty snd lost to the team there by a score of 5 to 3. The locals played a series of three games in Crandall Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this "Week. They had hard luck and as a result lost all three of the games. If they had been given a square deal the story might have been different—but what's the use of kicking. They lost and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 July 1911

IS'-it. 121% • ^y. -^m , fgpip I m BK !':; 1 II rc« Wmm^m «ti#Pfll aiMsw tfiSsffl >! ;Ht PS mMm j"' • * 1 ' i r:mm: *'■#■ "; "•■?,; ■ ■ 'alPllffi :,v" ai I i fillW'; 3 lie ®exas islil '■■■■'■: lilllllli' ■RHnR:v. : 3?' ■ IHcsquiter. By John E, Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911 Vol. XXX No. 1 jv!,'''V g Iftlrf'' im;j«.ft ii > ... Jtv Iff : lift# & m v Steamer "Mohawk/' on Which Texas Shriners Sailed For New York. Two hundred and twenty six Shriners, representing the four,1 temples of Texas, are now en route to to the Imperial Council' Meeting at Rochester, N. Y. to bt held in that city during the week beginning July 11th. The four Texas Shriners are at Dal- las, Galveston, El Paso,and Aus tin. The Shrine party included an Arab patrol from each of the Shrines, together with the fa- mous Shrine Band of Galveston, which will be known on this trip as the Texas Shrine Band and will take an important part in the official parade at Rochester. The Delegates sailed from G...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 July 1911

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 July 1911

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 July 1911

iS n fr f 1- I By John E. Davis. 4^ ^ 8U>6 L,il;Ualatt £cxao Jtlesqmter, C«U* MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911 Vol. XXX No. 2 fre ill! I il |e- a lv- ie 4 r Is ■ i I I PROHIBITION IN OKLAHOMA Gov. Colquitt vs. Gov. Cruce. Gov. Colquitt of Texas: "If you close up the saloons here .vou will open up a miniature barroom in nearly every good home in Austin. I know that, because I have been to Oklahoma, where prohibition has been tried. No sooner than you enter a hospitable home there than you are invited to have a drink. Instead of a man serving you, the good, sweet housewife mixes the toddy and puts the mint in it."—(Prom a report of Gov. Colquitt's speech as published in Fort Worth Record, Dallas News and other Texas papers. Gov. Crucc of Oklahoma: "Oklahoma City, Ok., July 3, 1911.—Rev. G. V. Ridley, Athens, Texas: My Dear Sir—I have your favor of June 30 inclosing me a clipping from The Dallas News, which purports to quote Gov. Colquitt. "I am loath to believe that Gov. Colq...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 July 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN E. IHVIS, tditor antl Proprietor MES QUITE, - TEXAS Sunday fun too often ends In a fu neral. Properly muziled aoga are bltins very few persons this season. 1 Q 1 Advertising ' Talks ^ In the case of a hot wave It Is pleas ant to speed the parting guest. To be certain of finding burled treas ure. dig In your vegetable garden. The pistol In the house generallj gets somebody Into trouble sooner oi later. Fathers, teach your boys how tc swim—If you have to learn first your selves. Persons who don't like to have theli pictures taken usually show It in th* photograph. A large per cent, of the marriage! turn out happier than the gossips lm aglne they will. There'o another advantage that ao crues to a highbrow—bis straw hal ■lays on in a gale. f The pitch for tuning pianos ha "been Increased from 436 to 438 vlbra tlons More misery. K-'i I* Kv i Porch sleeping is regaining popu larity. It is all right until the early milk man begins to arrive. One mad dog can cause m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 July 1911

BREEDS OF CHICKENS I v" Largest Fowls Are Represented in Meat Class. Choice of Variety Depends Upon Pur- pose for Which They Are to Be Kept—Plymouth Rock Classed as General Purpose. <Bjr Q. ARTHUR BELL. U. S. Depart- ment of Agriculture.) For convenience, chickens may be classified as egg breeds, meat breeds, general-purpose breeds, and fancy or ornamental breeds. This is a some- what arbitrary classification and must be understood aB expressing general characteristics, for not only many of the general-purpose breeds, but also many individuals of the meat and fancy breeds are good layers. One per- son might class a certain breed as a meat breed, while another would place the same breed in the general-purpose class. The egg breeds Include the small or medium-sized fowls which are very active, quick to mature, producers of white-shelled eggs, usually non-sitters or at most poor sitterB, and rather poor mothers. The various varieties of Leghorns and Minorcas are good representatives...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 July 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mesquite, Texas. Kntereil In the po*toftt«o at Mea- quite, Texas, us second class matter. Gossip About The Legislature Politics and Politicians By The Editor. counTy assocj* Friday, July 14, 1911. After Lorimer, then the Lor- imer Democrts. There is one private in the United States Senate—Private Simmons of North Carolina. Let the investigations go on. The right verdict may not be rendered in every instance, but investigation will put the public in possession of facts it ought to know. The Dallas News quotes Percy Noodles as saying that he has read all he needs tc know of the big doings in London lately and that returning travelers will please not try to tell it to him. Percy is right, only he ought to have included the rest of us with himself. The question Texas people will settle on July 22 is not what prohibition has done or will do for Oklahoma, but what will it do for Texas. But as to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 July 1911

^s. 1/ V I* No Guesswork About It When you come to us for glassess you will not have to depend on guesswork. We test your eyes free and then have len-es ground especially for you, We have every/ thing you need and can fit you in either plain sphere or kryptok lenses. We not only guarantee complete satisfaction but our prices are much lower than you can obtain elsewhere. > X The Palace Drug Cullom & Chapman, Props, Store Mesquite, Texas w. Local and Personal / .1. i T. A. Jett of Lawson, was here Saturday. R. P. Chapman of New Hope, was here Monday. B. K. Baumgardner had a horse stolen Wednesday night. A son was born to Joe Tillot- son and wife on .luly 8. Dr. R. L. Anderson of New Hope, was here yesterday. D. P. H. Cartwright of near Lawson, was here Tuesday. Little Miss Aria Vanston is visiting relatives in Terrell. J. D. Bruton andT. B. Blair of near Elam, were here Saturday. Misses Rhoda and Florence Cullom are visiting in Farmers- ville. Mrs. J. T. Walker of Alvord, came ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 July 1911

HEN THE gallery ees Fun GOA>Cft£35MArt JASffS J?. MA///Y //jrEDmSD B. CLARK ti£./Y/?y J. B01/r£JLL return to America of Mr. and M - f\ i MrB- N^cll0,aa Longworth after their sj* honeymoon trip abroad gave to ;;'1 Representative Henry S. Boutell, i Republican, of Chicago, an oppor- jSj tunlty to have considerable fun at the expense of the Democrats. It (wajk \ju\ Is known of course that one great V • yj political party looks to Thomas Jef- ferson as the apostle and prophet of the simple democratic life, and knowing this, Mr. Boutell, who ap- parently had been reading Bome ancient records, tried his best to undermine the "simple life" pedestal upon which thomas JefTerson stands. There were some people apparently who thought Jhat Mrs. Longworth, who is ex-President Roose- relt's daughter, might return from her honeymoon trip abroad, where she was treated In a measure like a royal personage, In a frame of mind In which pride was dominant and that she might have lost lorna of her Amer...

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