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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 October 1911

1 - Wf I am i \ was i Le1 m WHY TAKE CHANCES? The correct formula of Lincoln Climatic Paint for your locality is, in a sense, made to order for you. Each formula is based on Unites States Government Statistics. Since all other paints are made on the TIME WORN theory that one formula is good enough for the whole country—on the exploded supposition that this is a one climate country—the chances are just three to one against you that you won't get a paint that will wear in your climate—if you use any other than Lincoln Climatic Paint [ We have other brands it you want a cheaper paint. Cullom & Chapman Proprietors The Palace Drug Store lesquite, Texas OTI CE'i: have rented the Craw- [d Stable and will have Is for rent. I will keep (wagon and will make a JCialty of hauling freight, jinks or anything wanted ive your horses with me [en you come to town. PHONE 50. ||W, M Humphreys i ► i Local and Personal. IBoles of Forney, was here l y. jckory Farm," K. of P. hall day night. ry Parker ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 October 1911

pssv Forest Plans CPrw. K.wildes . n.p ero^y^Kr>fy*r- NY disposition on the part of the owners either of forested tracts or areas suitable for reforestation must, In the large majority of instances, be prompted by the expectation of financial gain. A. few cases where this does not hold, embrace land owned by the state, water companies In a few instances, clubs and a small number of Individuals. To this latter group of owners, the Income from their hold- ings is not as important as the pur- pose to which a well-forested and ; properly managed area will be put, whether it be for its utility or aesthet- ic value. The large majority includes lumbermen, and owners of smaller iareas, who have made their Invest- iment upon a strictly business basis, and who expect a suitable return from the same. If the forester can show the possibility of suoh a return, and at the same time provide for the preservation and improvement of the stand, he then advances the practical side of the practice of...

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

To Get Its Beneficial Effects; Always Buy the Genuine SYRUP-flfiS ana Euxrte manufactured bylhe ^UFDWWflGSw® Sold by all leading Druggists One>Size Onjy 504 a Bottle Get a Package of Grandma's Tea Today and-give it a trial the next time any member of the family is troubled with an attack of Indigestion, Consti- pation, Biliousness, Sour Stomach or Sick Headache. It will relieve the most obstinate cause gently but sure- ly, and without that nauseating taste common with most laxatives. It's Made of Herbs and Roots — Nature's Own Remedy — That's All One trial and you will make It a "regular" in the househQld medicine chest. By stimulating the digestive organs to healthy and natural action it purifies the blood, removing that sallow complexion and warding oB more serious disorders of the stom- ach and liver. Your Druggist Has It 25 Cents a Package SINGLE BINDER MUVSCIMt You Pay 10c« for Cigars Not so Good. F.P.LEWIS Peoria. Ill, keeping the cereal fresh FOR OLD AND YOUNG Tutt'a Liver...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 October 1911

The big Variety Store Candies, chewing gum, cakes and all kind of groceries Shoes, Shirts, Gloves, Towels, Ginghams, Hose, Ties, Lace?, Collars, Overalls, Underwear, Embroidery, and Domestic, Outing. All kinds of Tinware, Granite ware, Brooms, Rope and Tableware. A big assort- ment of Post Cards. Carpet slippers, a pair 0 extra large goblets A 4 stran broom for only.. 5-gallon oil can 5 gallon churn with dasher.. . 25o 50c 50c ....... 60c 50c When you need anything in the household line see us before you buy, If we haven't it in stock, we will get it for you. One roll Extra Good Lineoleum at a BARGAIN. The Bovell Co. J. W. BOVELL, Manager Mesquite, - - - Texas J. A. White of near Rose Hill, marketed cotton here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kimbrough and Mrs. C. A. Davis of Dallas, were out here a short while Wed- nesday night in the former's automobile. Drs. .1. B. Tittering ton and S. E. Millican of Dallas, were here yesterday. Mrs. J. B. Moore and little daughter of Forney, are visi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 October 1911

sut* Librarian Capitol ittol J' a haH. tir i°f tj Xissl ne Co r, w( to I lititui haj daj Itherj 1 sttinSf see-l lotton I |ls at J bat ?e of' the il latter i re- I fine IT, ins *. ;1 sea ft texas, l ®he 2c sob iUcsquitcr. By John E. Davis* MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBEF 13 1911 Vol. XXX No. 16 Appreciate Very much the splendid patronage that is being giv- U8. but we do not intend to stop with a mere expres- sion of appreciation, for we realize that we can best show it by continuing good ser- vice and to improve it all we t*an. We want to make our chili, short orders and home- made pies so good that when Jou are hungry your mind will just naturally direct your footsteps this way. Don't forget that we get fresh bread every day, that we" have fresh fish and oys ters, cigars, tobacco, can- dies, fruits and cold drinks with ladies' dining parlor in connection. F. D. Summers THE BEAUTIFUL SCENT OF THE FALLIII6 RAIN From the Port Worth Record. Sweetpr than any perfume evpr distilled by th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 October 1911

r; k maau. m j KSs: BBg&S fe'v;: . ■ I ■ I I THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor 1 t l" ] 1 ' '*■ MES QUITE, - TEXAS The Joy ride too often ends In gloom. Many a summer girl will toon b come an autumn bride. Automobile racing continues to an* olbllate space and spectators. The aeroplane gun, It appears, la *urer than the aeroplane itself. An aeroplane motor is like a mule; generally balky when you want It to go. Our ancestors got rid of bears and catamounts Instead of fleas and mos- quitoes. Seattle is going to have a sky- scraper 42 stories high, but only Se- attle knows what for. ! New York state's hobo farm Is show- ing good results. It Is driving tbs hoboes out of the state. A man In Pittsburgh has discovered t-cure for hay fever. Moreover, he de- clares It Is not to be sneezed at An aviator Is called a blrdman, but there is many a gay old bird who never has flown in an aeroplane. The wife of the prize model husband has committed suicide. It is a warn- i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 October 1911

H\ hmP ; §S§I ®;: ' ' '■ THE MANLEY TRIAL GOES TO ELLIS CO. Tho case against Sergeant J. D. lfanley, charged with the murder of Louis Richenstein during President Waft's visit to the State Fair in 1909, waa transferred to Ellis-Co. by «Tudg Seay this morning. The case will be tried there during the February term of the court. Manley was given life imprison- ment when his case was tried here s last fall. The case was later reversed by the court of criminal appeals on the grounds that the venue should have been changed. Since the reversay of the case Man- ley has been out on bond. His bondsmen, E. H. Roach, Tom Harry and IT. W. Kinnard, appeared in court this morning with Manley and Agreed to still be liable for $7500 bond should Manley fail to appear before the Ellis-Co. court. Several days ago Attorney J. C. Muse, who represents Manley, asked that the case be tried in Dallas-Co. tThij was denied by Judge Seay be- cause of the grounds of reversal in , the other case. v" Judge Seay is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 October 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER One Dollar Per Year. ohn E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mesquite, Texas. Eutered in the postoflicc a Mes- quite, Texas, as second class matter COJ^Tv"; ASSOci Friday, October 13, 1911 California has voted down woman's suffrage. Ungallant California! Where is Cunyus of Collin? The entries for the senatorship have not yet closed. Victoria has a newspaper called The Fact, but that does not give its editorial opinions any greater weight. Tomorrow the great State Fair opens at Dallas. It is a great institution, not only for Dallas, but for all Texas. The Austin Tribune is op- posed to the fee system of pay- ing public officials. The Tribune is right. The fee system is per. nicious and oughtto be abolished. Every now and then we see something about the "Conquer- ors of the air," but from the fre- quency of aeroplane accidents, as well as the serious conse- quences of such accidents, we are persuaded that it will be some time yet before the air is conq...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 October 1911

(j r ■f I zssssA Dress Goods and Silks For Your Fall Trade! AND WANT YOUR TRADE BY DESERVING IT [ This scction is ono ol' tho busiest corn- ers of the store. Not often do you en- joy the satisfaction of making your se- lection from such an up-to-date stoclr. We have the most flattering compliments passed upon the range of styles, relia- bility and littleness of price of our dress stuffs. Black goods galore, stacks of Novelties and silks for any occasion, described in the fewest words possible our stock of dress goods and silks, S Tho worth of a good dress depends on many Tittle things—good lining, proper arm shields, etc., and stylish trimmings. These too, you will find here and of the very best. Cotton Dress Goods. You'd guess the color printers had done their best long ago; but we never get a best too good to serve as a step- ping*stone for a better best. That's why we don't tax the truth Xvhen we ask you to enjoy the richest rrif cotton dress stuffs over gathered. Staples, Etc. F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 October 1911

m ■M " TEXAS NEEDS GREAT & MEN SHE READ THE CARDS. V. PROGRESS. At REEK civilization gave us the areh and made it powible to build V® structures that support great weights. The Phoenician* made the first boat and the Harbor of Phoenicia became the birthplace of the navies of the world. Since the beginning of ortbtion, we have depended upon men who can build for our progress. We n 2d in State government builders who can construct an arch strong enough to support the ponderous ma- chinery of Twentieth Century civiliiation and create conditions that will make Texas the birthplace of the woflfd's progress. \*«v r \ ■ ( \ t j - JC. I f £ , C i -*" #' ' y. S W* i THE BIRTHPLACE OF PROGRESS. WW Nature has given Texas the framework of a magnificent civilization and poured the riches of the universe at her feet. Our rivers, lakes, valleys and hills are a triumph in creation. God has done everything He could for Texas and we now await the master hand of government to awaken to vigorous ac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 October 1911

Your Drug Store Waots Can be supplied here in a manner that will be satisfactory to you both as to the quality and price. The attention of the ladies is directed to the fact that we have just re/ ceived a new shipment of Toilet Soaps and other Toilet Articles, including talcum powder, face powder, prickly heat powder, tooth paste, perfumes, etc, Holgate make. Cullom & Chapman Mesquite, Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Texas NOTICE! I have rented the Craw- ford Stable and will have rigs for rent. I will keep a wagon and will make a specialty of hauling freight, trunks or anything wanted Leave your horses with me when you come to town. PHONE 50. W. M Humphreys Local and Personal. W. T. Miller of Lawson, was here Tuesday. J. B. Sewell of Rylie, was here Wednesday. R. E. Hall of near Elam, was in town Tuesday. W. H. Lumley of near Lawson, was here Tuesday. George Curtis of New Hope, was here Wednesday. A son was born to K. B. Gen- try and wife on Oct. 10. A 12-pound boy was born Oc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 October 1911

ffp srV iwl' =1 j&he Love Story of A Gray Jacket P*"'«. hr/£ajvda&/, fiAxx/sjr c^uiKorcfWireiH Wilderness WA^ KING w ILLUSTRATIONS BYytRTtlURT. WILLI AM,VOfT ? - Copxj^cjirs/ACJ^CZURC^CO. jwzsm>M'32X7xy^j/m.zcmxMr 8YN0PSI8. The story opens In a Confederate tent at a critical stage of the Civil War. Oen. 1*« Imparts to Oapt. Wayne an Important message to Longstreet. Accompanied >y Sergt. Craig, an old army scout, Wayne starts on ills mission. The two, after a wild ride, get within the llnes of the enemy. In the darknoss, Wayne Is taken for a Federal of fleer who came to keep an appointment. CHAPTER III.—Continued. ; The lady! Heavens! What odd 'turn of fortune's wheel was this? The lady. 1 heard Craig's smothered chuckle, but before I had sufficiently regained control over my own feel- ings to venture upon a suitable reply, the entire party had drawn forward, the leader pressing so close to my side that 1 felt safer with my face well shaded. "Where fs your escort, major...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 October 1911

1 'if 9 ' O 1* JO' ir :t je'i I GUARANTEED TO BE PURE. aHE'RU1 ^qUGMS. COLD' WANTED TO BE AN AVIATOR Missouri Girl Evidently Very Much In Earnest in Her Desire to Nav- igate the Air. Mr. Claude Grahame-Whlte, the fa- mous English aviator, Is constantly besought by young women to teach them to become aviators. Many make application by letter. One of these letters reached him the other day from a point In Missouri. Cleared of its errors in grammar, spelling and capitalization, It read something like .this: Oh, Mr. Grahame-Whlte, teach me o be a 'planer.' 1 saw one of them at Kansas City, and I think It Is Just [heavenly. 1 would like to run a .'Wright monoplane or a Bleriot bi- iplane, but if you have a better flyer I wofold try that. I think I would look cute running a baby flyer. Pa says he wouldn't mind my having a baby one. Couldn't you bring one out here for a week or so and show me how to run it? I asure you a good time?" Mr. Grahame-Whlte was compelled to decline the young woma...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 October 1911

]£*<&*■..*v'' si II II I I r !i ITI^AFEj£*j BURGLARS ij WHEN ms IN THE BANK II i WJ'll fanttftu' Bank your money and rest easy# Burglars can t get it, and schemers and fair weather friends won't be so apt to make your money their money. Make Our BANK Your BANK He First National Bank Of Mesquite The Cotton Market. The tendency of the cotton market continues downward as the scale of prices this week has been lower than that of last week, which was lower than the week before. Prices for the past week have ranged from 9.50 to 9c. The prevailing prices as we go to press on Thursday afternoon are from 9c to 9.25. Receipts in the local yard total op 2,725 bales. Business Notice. We have secured the services of Mr. P. V. Bennett, an experi- enced barber and well known to many of the people of this sec tion, who will be glad to have his many friends call on him here. We are now prepared to give our customers much better service than formerly and we solicit your barber work, laundry -a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 October 1911

In*! [<«r [ch of Ifor I <► is I ■' n Ibeenl Ir thftj [hopol |Mrs.j deal! fallen! Wal- visi- ts in leturnl :hcrci If hoi* 121! ag. Ion Iiro PON disea Bl Ion. iacy. Is,Text It, OflieipJ it By John E. Davis. Scxse SHU V-' / .•* g- I #'|v I jj$ « MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911 Vol. XXX No. 17 THE PHOENIX FORMER MESQUITE MAN DISAPPEARS IN BALL'S We are in business to serve the wants of the hungry and thirsty people. We give this our undivided attention and study the wants of the public. Our short order meals are up to the standard. A nice line of selected fruits, candies, cigars and tobacco is to be found here at all times. Call and see us when in need of anything in our line and every call \yill be appreciated by ( Morgan Bounds Has Been Missing Since Sunday Afternoon. Morgan Bounds, who lived in Mesquite up to a few years ago and who married the daughter of W. J. Crawford of this place, has not been seen either at the place at which he works or his home in Dallas since...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 October 1911

rri?5AFEjrcmbURGLAHS i When ijjS in the BANK. 1 v«j) fianfajt' 188> Bank your money and rest easy. Burglars can't get it, and schemers and fair weather friends won't be so apt to make your money their money. Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank Of Mesquite House is Burned# The Cotton Market, The tendency of the cotton market continues downward as the scale of prices this week has been lower than that of last week, which was lower than the week before. Prices for the past week have ranged from 9.50 to 9c. The prevailing prices as we go to press on Thursday afternoon are from 9c to 9.25. Receipts in the local yard total up 2,725 bales. Business Notice. We have secured the services of Mr. P. V. Bennett, an experi- enced barber and well known to many of the people of this sec tion, who will be glad to have his many friends call on him here. We are now prepared to give our customers much better service than formerly and we solicit your barber work, laundry and orders for ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 October 1911

w If If I V x< ! . i Is* l&l m rt> n ei ' £ /A a> ":;V • ' - Vj; '' • . \ '-'"i ; ' < !!&'• 1 '' ■ ®lje ®esas B.tU Uw ri pltol By John E. Davis, T MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911 Vol. XXX No. 17 Ar. 'I r^Wll.V- UJW, fi THE PHOENIX We are in business to serve the wants of the hungry and thirsty people. We giVe this our undivided attention and study the wants of the public. ', , v.' ' I \ • ,!,• • y- Our short order meals are up to the standard. A uice Une of selected fruits, candies, cigars and tobacco is to be found here at all times. Call and see us when in need of anything in our line and every call \yill be appreciated by ( t FORMER MESQUITE MAN DISAPPEARS IN DALLAS ' Morgan Bounds Has Been Missing Since Sunday Afternoon. IP* 'if* !* Morgan Bounds, who lived in Mesquite up to a few years ago and who married the daughter of W. J. Crawford of this place, has not been seen either at the place at which he works or his home in Dallas since Sunday af- jter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 October 1911

V, Ttf TEXAS MESQUITEfi "|||! " f"" _~— One Dollar Per Year ■ ■■ ; ' ■' ,OHN E. Davis, En. and Pub. pUt:LiSHK:> K.vkuy Friday At rial columns, which are always clean and wholesome. It is not always right and you will not al- ways agree With it. but you have respect for its views, because you cannot but be impressed j with its honesty and sincerity. I f Mesquite, Texas. Enturoil ia the postofiltv ;i quite, Texas, ui- second olaib matte'* [d>H :K mka) ^ASSOCl^^ Friday, October 20, 1811 JUST to prove that it is not be- hind the time-, the Dallas Times' Herald came out a few days ago dated a week ahead. j Peoplk interested in the j' Social Center Movement " and who desire to get ideas as to what j constitutes a successful social center, ought to take a Texas & Pacific tiain to Dallas, get off at the Union depot and walk south to Commerce street, thus tra- versing the negro social center of Texas. White people uot in terested in this subject should avoid this depot as much as p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 October 1911

mm THIS IS •SHARDS THAT IS MONEY WHO IN A U. S. A Corn- field Talk Our bank being a National Bank, places us under Gov* ernment Supervision, and guarantees safety to every de* positor. We refer those who have not dealt with us to those who HAVE, Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank Of Mesquite COUNTY TAX ROLLS ABE NOW COMPLETE Taxable Values of Dallas Coun^ ty for 1911 Total $111,457.50. spauk. Awhile we stood around and cussed and wagged the fluent jaw, until, surcharged with deep disgust, we turned and went to law. Oh, that was bum and beastly sport! Our lawyers, smooth and deft, conveyed the case from court to court, and taxed us right and left. Now at the poor farm Wax and I put in The tax rolls for Dallas county jour fading years! I lean on him have been completed by Assessor and heave a sigh and he bursts Bolton and turned over to County into tears. Sometimes we ram- Tax Collector Ellis for collection. | ble up the road, where once we The rolls show the taxable'did ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 October 1911

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