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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 July 1911

**— * % * —— MELTS STEEL AWAY PREFERS GIRL TO THRONF Marvelous -Power of New Oxy- ««aceteline Blow-Pipe. Cuts as Cleanly as a Saw and Goes More Quickly Through Inch Steel >'* "Hiin &aw Would Through ;m ibw i *• wood. t>lt iu 'Chfcftgo.^Hvery day a practical aouiQJtet?atlon, is being given on the streets t of a hew device before the marvelous < pfcrwer of which steel be- comes ^eYipoBr. The oxyacetellne blow-pipe is the device. It is being used to cut out the big steel pillars of the elevated ' . J09P, are being removed to make room ror through route surface cars to {turn street corners. The proc- hflA ;• Mis' 'also'Is1 being used th cutting out tioo .steel-, piles, which Interfere with °MHnew l* Sulle 8tre<H " •" tunnei. •' ,Wi iThbusan4*lt,,of Chlcagoans have watched with amazement the action of the tiny, blye'flame of the blow-pipe upon the massive steel of the elevated pillars.j. j.yp/pfe it the steel melts away, vanishes in gas. It cuts as clean- ly as a saw, and...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 July 1911

Extraordinary Values; Astounding Bargains. Supply Your Needs From the Greatest Sale Ever Given in Mesquite. We Must Have Room for Our Big Fall Stock. We have a very large assortmeet of Ladies' Neckwear, Sailor's Col-' lars, Dutch Collars, Cuff and Collar Sets, Jabots and Fancy Collars we are offering below cost. Shoes GREAT Slaughter ia Prices in Ox- fords, Pumps and Sandals. You have three month more of warm weather dur- ing which you can wear these low cut shoes. Men's Shoes Men's 6.00 and 4.50 Oxfords in tan and patent leather, no w.... $3.65 Men's Oxfords in gun metal, patent leather and tan; regular 4.00 and 3.50, now going at 2.95 Men's 2.50 kid and patent leather Ox- fords at 1.95 Boy's Shoes Boys' 3.00 and 2.75 patent leather and gun metal Oxfords now $2.35 Boys' 2.25 and 2.50 patent leather, kid and gun metal Oxfords now 1.95 Boys'2.25 and 2.50 Oxfords now ..1.65 Ladies' Black Silk Petticoats, Ladies' handsome black silk petticoats 5 00, now $3..85 Ladies' Black silk skirts...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 August 1911

(1 i\\> ®l)£ Se*ft6 llksquitcc. By John B. Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911 i Dr. J. B. Bryant's ANNOUNCEMENT We take great pleasure in announcing to our patrsftis and the general public that we will have with us the following days only AUGUST 18th and I9tll, an Expert Optician, represent- ing the celebrated firm of A. K. Hawks Co., Atlanta, Ga. The largest and most favorably known optical establishment in the South. He Will Test Eyes And fit Glasses. REMEMBER that!we have arranged this engagement and secured the ser- vices of a man of ability and reputation, and that we, person- ally, Iguarantee his work. All examinations are free, and only regular prices will be charged for glasses. DEWITT DAVIDSON DROPS DEAD IN FIELD Death Came While Man Was; at Plow Handles, HE YOU CAN SAVE MONEY and obtain the highest class of professional service in this line by taking advantage of this opportunity. Bear in mind the dates. August 18th and 19th. J BRYANT'S DRUG STORE BURGLARIZE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 August 1911

Extraordinary Values; Astounding Bargains. Supply Your Needs From the Greatest Sale Ever Given in Mesquite. W^e Must Have Room for Our Big Fall Stock. We have a very large assortmeef of Ladies' Neckwear, Sailor's Col' lars, Dutch Collars, Cuff and Collar Sets, Jabots and Fancy Collars we arc offering below cost. Shoes GKEAT Slaughter in Prices in Ox- fords, Pumps and Sandals. You have three month more of warm weather dur- ing which you can wear these low cut shoes. Men's Shoes Men's 5.00 and 4.50 Oxfords in tan and patent leather, now $3.65 Men's Oxfords in gun metal, patent leather and tan; regular 4.00 and 8.50, nowRoiiu: , 2.95 Men's 2.50 kid and patent leather Ox- fords at 1.95 Boy's Shoes Boys'3.00 and 2.75 patent leather and gun metal < )xfords now $2.3 5 Hoys' 2.25 and 2.50 patent leather, kid and gun metal Oxfords now 1.95 Boys' 2.25 and 2.50 Oxfords now ..1.65 Ladies' Black Silk Petticoats. Ladies' handsome black silk petticoats 5.00, now.... $3.8 5 Ladies' Black silk sk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 August 1911

% ■ ■■ ■ i '\>i 2 ■ f&'.T ; * <rWHma - 8M ., L > 1 um $ -*e -— N W M The Biggest and Best of all Clothing and Furnishing Sales. " mi- wmm A Cv -* Starts Saturday, July 8 This is the Sale that economical men have learned to look for and wait for—the sale that comes once every season and for reasons that all men understand—we cannot afford to carry over the goods that we've bought for this season's selling* _ i This "Hurry-Out" Sale will eclipse all former sales for the reason that stocks are larger and prices will, in many ^X1 n-- -- ' ■ j i -I,ff* i ' lOUED INTEREST YOU $15.00 and Some $18.00 and $20.00 Suits now for $18.00 and Some $20.00 and $22.50 Suits now for $20.00 and some $22.50 and $25.00 Suits now for $10.95 $12.95 $13.95 $22 50 and Some $25.00 and $27.50 Suits now for $25.00 aud Some $27.50 and $30.00 * Suits now for $27.50 and Some $30.00 and $32.00 « Suits now for $15.95 $17.95 $18.95 All $3.50 and $4.00 odd Trousers now for ... All $5.00 odd Trousers, all ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 August 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER it?:;... JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQUITE, - TEXAS A college education la getting to b# mighty expensive—for alumni. Still this is Just the weather you were wishing for last February. That wind blown summer resort ad- vertising begins to look very catchy The summer girl was never mors fascinating than she is this season. An umpire never reverses a deci- sion, although asked to do so every day. A Sacramento minister defended Sun- day baseball, and they say he struck right out. Worse than not being able to swim these days is not being able to go swimming. In addition to the wireless telegraph Chicago will now have permanently noiseless peddlers. When a man boasts about his old age It Is generally found that he has noth- ing else to boast about Chicago has twice as many tele- phones as London. But then It has twice as much to say. A Pittsburg scientist says there la a microbe in every kiss. Pittsburg ought to know that by this time. A new counterfeit $2...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 August 1911

PRIME MINISTER OF PERSIA The ruler of a country which haH • been so wedded to ancient customs as to fall far behind In the progresi of the world may be evqr bo Intelli- gent and progressive and ever bo de- sirous of adopting modern systems, but he can accomplish little unless be can bring his advisers to his way of thinking. That Is the position In which the young Bhah of Persia has found himself. Realizing that the financial system of his country id archaic and that there can be no real progress for Persia until the coun- try's money affairs and credit are put on a firm and modern foundation, some months ago he invited W. Mor- gan Shuster and a corps of Americans to come to Persia and take full charge of the country's finances for a period of years. Mr. Shuster and his com- panions are In Persia now, but both they and the shah found great diffi- culties in their way. The plan was bitterly opposed by many of the shah's most powerful advisers. Among these was Sepahrdi- Aram, prime mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 August 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITEB, One Dollar Per Year, onn E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. PUBLISHED EVEKY FRIDAY AT Mbsquitk, • * Texas. Entered in the postoffioc at Mes- qulte, Texas, second class matter. papers. In fact there are lots of j towns in Texas not as large as j Rockwall that are better news-, paper towns. Whether true or not, Rockwall has oeen credited 1 witn being a mightly slow town. ! ft ft Joe Sap As a Cyclone Expert ft ft 1 ! ft ft ft By Joe Sappington ASSOC* A Friday, August 4,1911. Of course you will be here Monday, August 26. The people who have been try- ing to show how dead Tom Campbell is will learn after a ■while that he is more alive than some other people they know. The election is over and the State Fair at Dallas is not long off, but the aext thing of import- ance on the program is the Trades Day in Mesquite, Mon- day, August 28. Vol. 1, No. 1, of the SeaRoville News, by Ed P. Brown, has reached this office. It is neatly printed, well edited and has a good line of advertisin...

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

THERE IS JUST ONE BEST In everything. We handled several good brands of paint before we did Lincoln Climatic Paint. This paint is not only high grade but it is made especiallv for this climate and will there/ forejwear longer, We have one of the so-called "just as good" paints, which we will sell you at $1.75 per gallon but if you want the best take no chances and use Lincoln, The Palace Drug Store Cullom & Chapman, Props, Mesquite, Texas r i Local and Personal. 1 / H Born—To Ed Paschall and wife, a son, on July 31. Ben Tisingtr of Rowlett, was here Tuesday night. Louie England of McAlester, Okla., was here Saturday. W. H. Cullum and wife of Dal- las, were here Wednesday. Mrs. R. O. Gross of Dallas, visited relatives here Tuesday. Albert Bovell visited relatives ip Ft. Worth, Sunday to Monday. Ernest Gross had a fine Jersey heifer killed by a train Monday. Miss Delia Baumgardner is visiting relatives and friends in Dallas. Miss lone Wright returned Monday from a visit to friends...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 August 1911

SUFFERfcD AGONY. Backachc. Headache and Dizzinesa Caused Untold Misery. Henry J. White, 416 No. 3rd St., Ft. Smith, Ark., says: "I suffered every- thing but death from terrible kidney trouble. 1 did not have a moment's peace. The urine re- sembled blood and left a red stain when it touched tho linen. When passed, lire could not have burned more. 1 had awful 31J headaches and dizzy spells and my back ached constantly. I began using Doan's Kidney Pills after various remedies had failed to help me and was completely cured. I have had no Bign of kidney trouble since." Remember the name—Doan's. For sale by druggists and general storekeepers everywhere. Price 50o. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. His Thoughtful Wife. "I hate to boast," said a Cleveland lawyer, "but my wife Is one of the most economical women In the world. The other day she told me she needed a new suit. I said she ought to have It, by all means, but asked her not to spent a big bunch of money without letting me know abo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 August 1911

f If Live Stock =IF Je RUBBER SHOES FOR HORSES Growing Popularity of Soft Heels for Human Feet Results In 8lmilar v idea for Animals. The growing popularity of rubber •prlng heels for. human feet has re- sulted In a somewhat similar idea be- ing adopted for horses, although in the latter Instance the resistance of 8pring Shoes for Horses. the rubber heel-pad Is reinforced by a Bpring. The rubber pad, as shown in the illustration, is In the form of a cross bar, with the spring In a cham- ber between It and the top of the shoe. EXCELLENT FOR LITTLE PIGS Rape Has Bloating Effect on Cattle and Sheep and They Must Be Grad- ually Accustomed to It. (By j. h. 8HEPPERD.) Rape is commonly sown either broadcast or in rows 30 Inches apart, and cultivated. I like the row system. When it is sown broadcast alone, it is put in at the rate of five pounds of rape seed per acre of the Dwarf Essex variety; allowed to grow until it is about 14 inches high, and then pas- tured down with pigs or sheep as ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 August 1911

11 . • life BIG VARIETY STORE % Has just tolled up the last month's business, which ordinarlv would have been one of the dullest of the "year, hut we are glad to say it was our banner <• ;; month in our new place, all tor which we thank jW our many customers and friends. As we have of- ten said, we will make a special effort': to have what you want at satisfactory prices. 1 litis, make more business tor the BIG VARIETY STORE And when you are getting what you want in our large assortment and are satisfied and we are doing more business, what more could we ask. Don't fail to come in, we have something new and differ- ent everv time. SOME EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK ^THEBOVEIXCa^,, J. W. BOVELL, Manager $[ <. The locals went down in defeat in a hard fought game at Seago- viile Saturday, making them tight for thirteen innings before they could get the winning run. '"Smiles" Lemaster, one of Mes- quite's star pitchers, who start- ed the game was a little too liber- al with his...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 August 1911

®he tlcxoG Jllesquifer." By John E. Davis, MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11. 1911 Vol. XXX No. 6 ANNOUNCEMENT W' e have purchased the Phoenix Restaur rant from A. Tosch and will con/ tinue the business at the same stand, where we will be glad to meet our many friends. And anything we can do for you will be greatly appreciated. "Courteous Treatment" Will Be Our Motto MANBY&MANBYf West Side Square Phone 9-2 BRUTAL ATTEMPT ON LITTLE GIRL Little Ten Year Old Daughter of S. O. Juhan was Prey of Stranger, Our Austin Letter By John E. Davis. pathy with the investigation, it, was generally understood that he during a special session ex-i been mentioned as probable can-t brute could it havc understood it be submitted by the gov-, idates for governor, and it is hard, ,he e?il intention, ol this piece ol to tell who is the favorite. There, humMuty no doubt had in Coutiuue-i on page 4. BICYCLES! olution passed by each branch of the Legislature limits the scope of the investigation much mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 August 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITEk JOHN t. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQUITE, - - • TEXAS t. —- - Life Ib getting to be Just one hot spell after another. :0PIE* SJ TEMPLE FOR SCOTTISH RITE MASONS One way to endure the heat U to think of pleasanter things. A good rule to apply Is, the hotter the weather the simpler the life. That day on which a new aviation hero does not materialize need not be counted. Until we have an official national flower perhaps the Mayflower will have to do. With a microbe in every kiss how many narrow escapes do you suppose you have had? Was it not lucky that the dear wom- en got rid of their rats before the hot •wave came along? Some people do not believe in vaca- tions. They needn't go to the school- boy for sympathy. With the wider use of bubbly foun- tains nearly everybody will learn to drink like a horse. A boy doeB not regard it as a hard- ship to have to take swimming lessons during his vacation. No objection can be raised to the coatless man unless he sheds his...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 August 1911

1 Mm Slfi % / 1 1 - Advertising - m Talks CO-OPERATION AS AN AID TO ADVERTISERS By GEORGE 8. BANTA. The link that makes effective all teneral advertising, as done by the national advertisers, lies in the hands of the retailers of this country. Ad- vertising has given to the manufac- turer a grasp upon his market unpre- cedented in the tlmea before advertis- ing was known as it Is today. Still, the manufacturers, with the exception of a negligible few who at- tempt to cooperate on a mail-order basis, have only one way of getting to the consumer, and that is by the shelves and counters of the retailers. Three-fourths of-"the advertising which the advertiser does Is prudently aimed at tho cultivation of the re- tailer's good will, and to get him to stock the advertiser's goods. So, while the general advertiser es- tablishes his brand, his name, or his trademark in the public mind, he feels that part of his ammunition must be given over to the retailer to carry out and complete the circ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 August 1911

1 f J TEXAS MESQUITEil, One Dollar Per Year. ohm E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Fkiday At MESQUITE, Texas. Eotered In the poatoflioe at Mow- quite, Texas, us second elans matter. S ASSOC\h Friday, August 11,1911. Hukkah for Vardaman! When you think of Georgia you cannot help thinking of Hoke Smith, because he appears to be the whole thing there. Senator Percy of Mississip pi will resign it is said. Well, recent events in that state would indicate that such an action on his part will cause no general sorrow. John Sharp Williams is a great man and one of the big gest assets of Democracy, but he is not great enough to dictate to the people of Mississippi. men's axe. If a man cannot earn a living in Texas following one pursuit, he can switch to another. Nothing is compulsory in this state, not even prohibition.—Tex- as Republie.(San Antonio). And the sooner the men now engaged in the saloon business are forced to quit it and take up some useful occupation, the bet- ter it will n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 August 1911

m- there is just one best In everything. We handled sev- eral good brands of paint before we did Lincold Climatic Paint. This paint is not only high grade but it is made esoecially for this climate and will therefore wear longer. We have one of the so- called "just as good" paints, which we will sell you at $1.75 per gallon but if you want the best take no chsnces and use Lincoln. The Palace Drug Store Cullom & Chapman, Props, Mesquite, Texas <P . =% ; Local and Personal. ^ bbJ1 FredTosch had a cow killed by I a train Monday. Are you going to be here the '28th of August? Mrs. Bettie Allen is having her house repainted. H. J. Spence of near Rylie, was here yesterday. Mrs. E. A. Hargroves is visit- ing relatives in Dallas. S. B. Marshall transacted bus- iness in Terrell Wednesday. J. G. Rugel was a business vis itor in Forney Wednesday. R. G. Chapman of Dallas,' .spent Sunday night in Mesquite. Walter Bovell of Crowley, is visiting homefolk here this week. County Commissioner M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 August 1911

JJncms Sam TO BECOME HE United States government has recently undertaken to do something that a great many peo- ple have been declaring for year* past ought to be done. This is to record and perpetuate the tribal muslo of the American Indians. All over the world people of ev- ery nationality have of late years been striving to perpetuate the folk songs of the different races that inhabit the globe, because It has come to be recognized that these primitive songs which have seldom been written but have simply been hand- ed down from one generation to another con- stitute an invaluable link with the past. In the case of our Indians, however, in great- er degree perhaps than with any other prim- itive people, is there need for quick work If the old songs and ancient music is to be chronicled for the benefit of future generations who will know the Indian only from books and pictures. The Indian music alike to the folk songs of Euro- pean nations, which have been brought to the fore in re...

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

1/ It Tastes Good Grandma's Tea is abso- lutely free from the nau- seating taste that accom- panies most laxatives. That's because it is made of only pure herbs and roots—nature's own rem- edy—containing no min- erals to irritate the sensi- tive lining of the stomach. As a sure but gentle re- lief for Dyspepsia, Indi- gestion, Constipation and any of the numerous ail- ments arising from a dis- ordered condition of the stomach or liver. Grandma*s Tea Is Without an Equal Get a Package Today at Your Druggist, 25 Cents SINGLE IbinderI SMIIiHISSCIGJB You P*r for Cigars Mot ao Good. F.T.LEWIS Peoria. Ill PREROGATIVE OF HER SEX Bride Had But Exercised Recognized Privilege That Is Universally Granted. A young couple had been courting for several years and the young man seemed to be In no hurry to marry. Flnaly, one day, he said: "Sal, I canna marry thee." "How's that?" asked she. "I've changed my mind," said he. "Well, I'll tell thee what we'll do," said she. "If folks know that it's thee a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 August 1911

:>V <> m t |s I SI I 1 si > ■THE BIG || VARIETY SI 0 * For all! kinds of Household Goods. 0 - 1 > . of tfcwi Phoenix Restaurant Sold. o / 'Wvrv v ww O , if Among other special ||l Bargains for this week jit, is a lot of wide rib- j|i bon at 10 and - 12 l-2c < > > ^ . < j| THE BOVELL CO. K j. w. BOVELL, Manager <' j y. -V/^V^naANAANAA^ ^ J! School Trustees Organize. Dallas, Avf. 8.—The Dallas C unty Board of School Trustees a]ointed several weeks ago by the Commissioners' Court held its. first meeting yesterday, No ai ion further than organizing the body and discussing the work of the schools in an inform- al way had. A communication Irom the State Supermtendant« f Public Instruction was read, ask- ing that the classification of the county schools be postponed. T - was done. The advisabil- ity <>f consolidating certain com- mon school districts so that the taxes may be used for better buildings and longer terms of SCitool was discussed, but no ac- ...

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