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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 October 1911

3T55G Your Drug Store Wants 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. ■■■■—WBWMII 1111WWWtH UIIH Mill IHIill !■■!——— Cullom & Chapman Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, / ✓ ' * 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. 3 i i P. O. Potter of Lawson, wa4 in town Tuesday. , R. L. Page of Seagoville, was here Tuesday. ♦ Born—To A. O. Hendrix and •wife, a son, Oct 14. Leo Hart is attending a bus- iness college in Dallas. T. G. Duckworth of New Hope, was here...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 October 1911

TUB l bXAS IHbSQUlTER I v|'v w ■W K- ■'< BBS.' JOHN E. DAVIS. Editor jnd Proprietor MESQU1TE, TEXAS Pauline Wayne may go on the stagi In a rural drama If baseball were taught tn th« schools there would be no truancy. Will college football set about tc equal aviation's record of fatalities? Headlines are made for the laxj who do not care to do much reading When a Joy rider is driving a tpo tor car while watching a biplane b« 1s certainly up te date. What's the use of going over N1 agara Falls In a barrel when you cao buy an aeropianeT Tbe cost of living in Chicago l cheaper than It Is In New York." But ▼ho wants to live tn Chicago? Some pessimistic person has pr* dieted a cold winter Still, he may be Interested In a woolen factory. Chicago theaters are to be per- fumed, but the stock yards will keep on doing business at the oid stand. Has anybody stopped to figure out what was done with all tbe money be- fore people began to buy automobiles? Over 92,000,000 70ung lobsters have bee...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 October 1911

\ l« t ) Pdmpkins for ii2? M' s" £>£L/Y£/Z/NG T/ixf HAUOW££fi fUffM/JY 4 ROB ABLY very few of the younger generation who, as did their fa- thers and mothers before them, de- rive so much enjoyment from the mischievious and mirthful Hallow* e'en season ever stop to consider in their frolicking how much they are dependent upon the prosaic pump- kin, the- principal ammunition for the fun-making. Nature's golden globe, so symbolic of all the glo- ries of autumn, is not only the ammunition, but It is likewise the emblem of the mysterious holi- day at the end of October. Furthermore, the pumpkin, as it lies in the field or reposes In tiie market stalls, is so suggestive of a hundred pranka that it might almost be denominated the inspi- ration of much of the Hallowe'en revels. iH A c/AOf-O' mm " W', ,, OA/?//YC pj/s/p/s/rtj SOjp STAJ?X£r V , m Wm ..." \ mm ii 'W' , < v Is to be taken Into account the demand for pumpkins for Hallowe'en itself, and it Is no slight demand, either, for i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 October 1911

1 % / Kr IIS Additional Local, i Ml «.,*■* ■> •1* T of Dallas, of TV. W. j. I Denton of Rose Hill, was in town yesterday. j. z. Lawrence of Reinhardt was here Wednesday, Mrs. Bettie Allen is visiting relatives in Richardson. George B Poynter of Orphans Home, Marketed cotton herej Wednesday. Miss Leola Cullom visited at the home Cullom Tuesday. Cotton receipts 3.225 bales. Prices for week 8.75 to 9.25. As we go to press 9c is about the best. H. H. Bennett, formerly this place, but now superintend- ent of the county farm at Hutch- ins, was here yesterday. Arthur Ebriteof Munciae, Ind., but who hat? a travel!n«? position, spent a day or two this week, the guectofhis uncle, Jj. C. Ebrite. Rev. L. S Darling of Garland, filled the pulpit at the local Bap- tist church Saturday, Sunday and Sunday night, in the p'ace of the pastor, Rev. G. C. Garri- son, who was in Johnson county. The Southern Paviner Company bas just finished the walk from Mrs. Cootes' cornor south to Mrs. J. W. Chapman'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 October 1911

' \ •r ■ iff,;£ NKH 1111 If i"^#!i'''R#i|!ft||-|it|> iSill ii2l- > . • #i„ w 4 4 . ... r *.m +J$ Seseas mSFWlffi q: 8t*t« Librarian By John E. Davis. --il'lii. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1911 t\'.■■ ■ mtmmm Capitol W *€i: ' •' $ % t 1 ;S!lr^,p XXX No. 18 Fine Millet Hay The car of choice i.ttthre&hed Mil- let hay, shipped nit by my brother from near Amarillo, is now on the track and must be i : loaded tocay— Friday. This hay -v s cut and cured just right a^d is mu 'h (*" --r than the best prairie hay. Scv rh* undersigned or Parker & Buiiiv .it once if you want some of it. I CBN E.DAVIS A Texas Sunset. Price $14.50 per ton at the car KIM t. 7r**u.ism* We have arranged to have i cielivtred to parties in town at a small extra cos?. I' o-y of this hay is not sold today and is stored, it wi (vst more. 21 matmm In Ollie James' Honor. . c I ' her ■: l.i and could do little to help .Vter many remedies fail her unt urged her to take Voi\. '•« Knw Disnnvfirv. 4<I sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 October 1911

I I THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN C. DAVIS, Cditor and Proprietor MESQUITB, - - - TEXAS Warships are nearly always loaded Aviation is not yet above the chanot of accident Feminine fashion Is doing Its best to Improve on nature. Wrestling is not a popular sport, because it is lawful and humane. The new comet has no tall and • tailless comet Is a sorry spectacle. "ParlB has decreed that the corset must go." Yes, It will go where If usually Is put. A beauty expert says that happiness is the best cosmetic known, but will It remove freckles? Somebody has invented an "avia- tion cocktail," but the aviation 5-cent cigar la slow In appearing. New Jersey driver named Ham. Loads of eggs. Smasbup. All that was lacking was a cup of coffee. The young men who are trying to fly from coast to coast are having their ups and downB—mostly downs. However Klmmel isn't the first man to come home In such condition that his own mother couldn't recognize him. The Chinese admiral finds fault with American women's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 October 1911

\ A 1 t r>. iJ J I ■ «! J mcmmm j^hcIoyB Story of A Gray Jacket A « hy ftAJV&A&jb fiA/g&lS/f l&jr c^uiKorcfWnBiH Wilderness WA<y KINGVK *7 ILLUSTRATIONS EMRIHURT. WILLIAMSOW ^ copypmxr. *y ^ r.-t/r <3-<ra jAazWArJttnziffltyMfjtJaMDCMr SYNOPSIS. J>w> The story opens In a Confederate tent at a critical stage of the Civil War. Gen. Lee Imparts to Capt. Wayne an Important message to Longstreet Accompanied by Bergt. Craig, an old army scout. Wayne etarts on his mission. The two. after a wild ride, get within the lines of the enemy. In the darkness. Wayne is taken for a Federal officer who came to keep an appointment, an* a young lady on horse- back Is given In his charge. She Is a northern girl and attempts to escape but falls. One of the horses succumbs and Craig goes through with the dispatches, while Wayne and My Lady of the North are left alone. They seek shelter In a hut and entering hey It In the dark a huge ge )ts mastiff attacks Wayna. The girl s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 October 1911

nt fEXAS m .on < E. Day s, en Mk qu; , SHKi1 r itk, .1 in bt> •xiih, !W) s< Hat ris, editor of public, a Republi- >r of San Antonio) >i\ to making politi- ts which nearly al pun out. But foi [or lias guessed cor- ays Clarence Ousley acted U. S. Senator v should the banner state elect a man can tendencies? N Rot. t TV x diiy, 0 • • WS note; Avi - nuade^ flyint his week. ! [i! ovCul P. ip through |tive i • a I voic PliFjuADBLPUiA ur-ifc b« a .sleepy old wn but u is tpiiio < viden' thi>' t least- one of • ball teams is v teawako si ck to licht principles and yru v. ill never tro wronjs, but dt>n'? «jet fo ti^d up in a mere xr r. . s to pei mit, him to lead you ast my. i rcepuou >mmlntinu on Senator «. v's announced retirement, man E. Mack, chairman of national Democratic execu committee says in the Nat* i Monthly that no Democratic e of protest has been raised, for tie reason that the party reiiiizes that Bailey's retirement is bi st. He says that Bailey has ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 October 1911

•rr^'r Window Glass Cold weather is coming and it is time to replace all broken window panes. We have a complete stock of window glass in all sizes. NOW IS THE TIMfc to get your stock in good shape to stand the winter and early spring work. We have International, Pratt's, LeGears and Seneca, four of the best brands of stock food. Cullom & Chapman Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, ' ✓ ✓ * NOTICE!!: 1 have rented the Craw- ford' Stable and will have rigs for rent. I Jwill 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 C Local and Personal n J. Z. Lawrence of Reinhardt, was here Tuesday. J. W. Davis of near Lawson, was here Wednesday. S. H. Moore and family of La «vson, were in town Tuesday. Miss Irene Greer of Milford, is a guest at the hojne of, D. .W... Florence. The attendance from Mesquite to the Fair Saturday was very large and it is probabl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 October 1911

II SKIN AFFECTIONS ARE OFTEN CONTAGIOUS How to Prevent Them. The skin and its millions of pores •re open to every form of contagion, (rom the accidental cut, sore, scald or ium, or the appearance of boils, car- buncles or felonB, to the more serious diseases of the skin. It is not neces- sary to more than suggest that every lamily and every one, carry, ready for Immediate use, tbe world's great ! standard skin remedy—Resinol Oint- ment. This ointment. Indorsed and recommended by thousands of physi- cians, nurses and experts, remains tbe standard of standards. It Is scientifi- cally compounded from natural Ingre- dients, each one, and all together, particularly adapted to the Bkin. It Is put up in screw-top opal containers, selling for fifty cents and a dollar, ac- cording to size. Resinol Ointment Is as easy to apply as cold cream. It Is utterly Impossible for it to harm the most delicate skin, for it contains only the highest grade of remedial agents, without even a trace of mercur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 October 1911

A 1 &{ ; V - 1 if MISTAKEN DIAGNOSIS-DOCTORS BUESS WB0H6 A6AIN. About five years ago I wrote to you that I had been a terrible sufferer from kidney and bladder troubles, and that my physician informed me that my left kidney was in such condition that there was no hope for my recov- ery. I was advised to try your Swamp- Root as a last resort, and after taking four flfty-cent size bottles, I passed a f ravel stone which weighed ten grains. afterwards forwarded you this gravel stone. Have had no return of any trouble since that time and cannot say too much in favor of your wonderful preparation, Swamp-Root, which cures, after physicians fall. Very truly yours, P. H. HORNE, Route 8, Box 30. Roseboro, N. C. Personally appeared before me, this 31st day of July, 1909, P. H. Home, who subscribed the above statement and made oath that the same Is true In substance and in fact. v James M. Hall, Notary Public. SOME DAINTY APPLE DISHES FRIGHTFUL SUFFERING OF Letter to Dr. Kilmer * Co, llln....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 October 1911

na I® % t. VOU KNOW WHO IS uUABDINGm YOUR ilY MWTfEN IT ■1H IS IN I The Development Dollar. \ f,°N/VL 0XIOIV4/ f:BANK life * A National Bank is an absolutely safe place to put your money, because the United States GQvern- ment examihes regularly all National Banks. Ask our patrons how we treat them. Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank Of Mesquite ft ■!! Hall'Mathis. W. H. (Henry) Hall and Miss Bessie Mathis were united in marriage by Rev. C G. Wright al the Presbyterian manse Sun- day afternoon at 5:30 o'clock. Tbev are excellent young people ft d have the best wishes of all for a long and happy union. The Cotton Market, Up to the hour of going to press, on Thursday afternoon, cotton receipts in the local yard aggregate 3,650 bales. Prices f r the week have ranged from 8:25 to 9.50 and the prevailing prices yesterday (Thursday), were from 8 50 to 9 cents. Now Is The Timei . ' ' .* ' "A * *'•* '■ A-■•V«* 'A' ' • To have nice concrete walks built about your premises. We ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 November 1911

„#*** Nbs* mFWwwM •■;u I Cft t£l)c Scxas By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1911 — 1 - 1 i ■ 1' - • ' t Vol. XXX No. 1> / pVV'jl : Photographs! Photographs!] COUPLE MARRIED UNDER DIFFICULTIES I J 1 Had Trouble in Obtaining j Marriage License. W. H. Duke, a first class photo- grapher will be open for business Saturday, Nov. 4. Studio in front of Mesquiter office. All work guaranteed satisfactory No money required, until pictures are delivered. Respectfully, W. H. DUKE J JOE SAP ON RAIL- WAY EXCURSIONS By Joe S ppingto« Just why railway excursions have such an evil effcet on the masculine mind and cause* g<K d law abiding citizens to-act tike common toughs, will in all prnba bility never be explained. 1 never knew a man to form the railway excursion habit that did not act a fool sooner or later. Take myself for an lllaatmion Everyone who is s fortunate a* frot t of the ticket office with a rank stranger from the rural districts who tried to shove me away from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 November 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQUITE, - TEXAS We can stand for female aviator, but not for avlatress. This Is the identical cold wave you were wishing for last July. This is a beautiful world to live In, when one's liver is working all right. Some mistakes can be corrected, but eating toadstools is not one of them. . How fortunate for oyster lovers that the successive months have an R In them I ITnfortunately weepy, maudlin weather cannot be put Into a cell to sober up. Our idea of a versatile man is a poet who can eat a second plate of boiled cabbage. Possibly one reason why aeroplanes are not being made safer is that acci- dents help swell the gate receipts. Women would do well to let avia- tion alone until men have made a greater success of it A paragrapher asks: "What is a perfect wife?" The only answer we can give is: "How old is AnnT" Flying from New York to San Fran- cisco is just as dangerous as flying from San Francisco to New York. An Illinois ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 November 1911

if., & y1 „ •JSPc VI w! **'" BS j, >-.>W :.<t .: ""Wr* IlSi LITTLE RUSE DIDN'T SUCCEED cSfYZ&S&T' SAT 22s4.l^JrJO J? MADE the 300 mllea Journey up to David, tbe capital of the Province of Chlrlqul, in a coasting steamer of the house-boal type, with open lowei desk and galvanized iron roof over all— 20 feet out of water and only 6 feet draft with full load. David waa founded somewhat more than a century ago by the the first of the Pana- man Obaldlas, who " created a princely estate from a royal grant of land. Mangote, situated about 8 miles from the town, Is now in the hands of his great-grandsons, whose father was lately president of the republic. Be- fore the revolutionary days many Chiricano landowners maintained a lordly estate in peace and prosperity. David is an attractive place, clean and orderly as a Dutch burg and pic- turesque as a Tyrolean hamlet Along the broad, drab lengths of the streets are lined modest dwellings with whitewashed walls, red-tiled r...

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

m.. MM - -■ ^ rrxnii One Dollar jn E. DA VI- AND PUB. ,lSH1 m ,wtk, ItHMY qu ■red in Texas. pOrtlOffklO .'.COJUl t5)6 Texas. ii Mes- matter the old-fashioned owns a musty old office filled with yellow books, wears black rimmed specs and talks about the constitution and 'state righto?—Dallas Times Herald. He is probably acting as legal Advisor for Gov. Colquitt in the matter of vetoes. i Friday, Governber 3, 1911 Anyhow the candidacy of ^ltinlroad" Smith for the U. 8. Senate has succeeded in locating tbe town of Jourdanton on the mi? This unwritten law proposi- ti <•. is being ru'j in 'he grofand It st ems to bo u d to clear l or>} people of filling!* than the written law if- t<t punish for mur de 1 resident Tuft failed to reg f'&xY- '' 'iSft , ii0' ' V'- ' ''''X, * ist• : properly «nd will lose his vol • But what is doubt.k's rrr<>r- ryi ig him more titan an.vthiii'g elnt is the prospect ol losing a gre.it many o! her vo'es. Wtf wonder if utie State or Tex is is p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 November 1911

/ Window Glass Cold weather is coming and it is time to replace all broken window panes. We have a complete stock ol window glass in all sizes. NOW IS THE TIME to get your stock in good shape to stand the winter and early spring work. We have International, Pratt's, LeGears and Seneca,four of the best brands of stock food. Cullom & Chapman Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, / / * Texas NEW FIRM! VMsmm The barber business here tofore owned by Wm. P. Harris is now owned and operated jointly by him and P. V. Bennett. We very earnestly solicit your pat- ronage in barber work, laundry, baths and tailor n ade clothing. We'll please .vou and tieat you right. You'll be twice as welcome before as there is now twice as many of us. HARRIS & BENNETT it Local and Personal. J. H. Hhss of Dallas, was here Wednesday. W II. Lumley of Lawson, was here yesterday. : A son was born to T. A. t • - • and wife on Oct. 26. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Lawrence of Port Worth, were the guest of relativ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 November 1911

SYNOPSIS. The story opens In a Confederate tent •I a critical stage of the Civil War. Gen- l,ee Imparts to Capt. Wayne an Important message to t.ongstreet. Accompanied by Wergt. C'talg. an old army scout. Wayne • tarts on his mission The two. after a wild ride, get within the lines of the •nemy. In the darkness. Wayne Is taken for a Federal officer who came to keep an appointment, and a young lady on horse- back is given In his charge. She la a northern girl and attempts to escape but falls. One of the horses auccumbs and Craig goes through with the dispatches, while Wayne and My Lady of the North are left alone. They seek shelter In H hut and entering It In the dark a huge mastiff attacks Wayne. The girl shoots the brute just In time. The owner of the ftut. one Jed Bungay, and his wife appear and soon a party of horsemen approach. CHAPTER VIII.—Continued. "Do not permit the darkness to alarm yau," I whlsperet. softly, bend- ing down as I spoke until I could feel her quick reathing ...

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

WAIL OF MODERN BENEDICT If If* it Adaptation That Alma to Set Forth the Trlala and Tribulations That Beset Life. 1. My wife 1b my boss, I shall not deny. 2. She inaketh me lie down behind the bed when the swell company comes, and she leadeth me behind her up Main street. 3. She restoreth my pocketbook after she has spent all its contents on hobble skirts and theater tickets, and she leadeth me up the main aisle of church for her new hat's sake. 4. Yea, though I walk more than half the night through dark rooms with a crying baby, I will get no rest, for she is behind me; her broomstick and her hatpin they do everything else but comfort me. 5. She prepareth a cold snack for me, then maketh a bee-line for an aid society supper. She anointeth my head with the rolling pin occasional- ly. My arms runneth over with bun- dles before she is half done her shop- ping. 6. Surely her dressmaker's and millinery bills shall fqjlow me all the days of my life and I will dwell in the > house of my...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 November 1911

t V . ■ a' ■«ffli:^':'.: "v®*; — - wmmmmmmmm Looks Like Wilson to Him. Dr. J. II. Florence, medical director of the Great Southern Life Ins. Co. of Houston, spent Sunday night here, at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. \V. Florence. Dr. Florence has recently re- turned from a trip to the East. H« said in New York and every- where he went, except in Ohio, Wood row Wilson was being talk- ed of as the man of the hour. In Ohio, ofc ourse, they were talk- ing Harmon. l)r. Florence, who is ft keen observer of political affairs, agreed with the writer in the opinion that by the time the next Democratic national convention ts held, the people WANT LIST Only a few of the many articles to be seen in tfais Big Variety Store: Bftse Undershirts Drawers Ladies' vests Sweater coats Dress shirts Fascinators Scarfs Suspender* Envelope* Tablets Work shirts Petro jelly Salt and pepper shakers Towels Dolls Trains Toy furniture Gloves Garters Scap Coat hanger Duplex whistlers Joyts Kitchen Sets C...

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