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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 November 1911

N 0 . ; IUU Llbrarlat Capitol By John E, Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10,1911 Vol. XXX No, 20 Xmas is Coming And we have alreany received quite a lot of gifts, toys, books, etc., and will continue to receive Xmas goods. So don't fail to come in when in town. You 'will .find a large assortment of Candies, nuts and fruits at all times. > THE BO YELL COMPANY J.W. Bovell, Manager Mesquite. Texas PLEASANT MOUND FARMERS' EXCHANGE A Creditable Community Fair Was Held Saturday. The Mesquiter editor had the pleasure of spending a few hours at the Farmers Exchange at Pleasant Mound Saturday. The Farmers Exchange is in reality a community fair and a very creditable one. It was organiz- ed for the purpose of providing an endowment fund of $1000.00 for the Pleasant Mound cemetery- ness, selling the toothsome deli- cacies to the crowd. ) Booth No. 2 was perhaps the most notable one of all, because in it was displayed so many pro- ducts of the community. It was built up with kaffir ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 November 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN t. DAVIS, tditor and Proprietor MESQU1TE. Turkey la learning that it never j pays to be behind tbe times. There should be a movement start- ed for tbe conservation of aviators. A few life sentences ought to re- move kidnaping from the list of past- times. In the beginning woman might have been a man's rib. but today she is his backbone. Russia last year exported 2,998,000.- 000 eggs, proving that the great Amer- ican hen has a rival. Men's fall clothing 1s to be cut scant, but the price will hardly fol- low the example. Here is where the man who knows bow to cure a cold can try the infalli- ble remedy on himself. Though an aeronaut may go up to meet a snowstorm most of us are will- ing to wait for It to come down. Cautious persons will beware of rid- ing In aeroplanes and Turkish war vessels until more time has elapsed. New York feels that it has too many apartment houses, but it certainly is not glutted with vine covered cot- tages. :S'y?\ V ■ The Portugues...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 November 1911

1 ;ifi \ m i ! \ 1 WOMAN CURED BOY OF ECZEMA Eczema Caused AbscesBea Now En« tlrely Cured by Reslnol. Who can tell the terrible suffering of this poor boy until his mother finally discovered lleslnol? Taken from school because of his sad plight, he was in misery greater, probably, than words can describe. Read what his mother says: ' "My boy had Eczema In such a form that It caused abscesses on his head. I was compelled to take him from school. After using your soap and ointment for three weeks he was en- tirely cured. I will always keep both In my home. "MRS. FLORENCE GRIFFIN, "828 Wlnton street, Philadelphia, Pa." If Reslnol can do this In one case it can do It In all cases of skin dis- ease. We have thousands of testi- monials telling of wonderful cures. Reslnol Ointment is prescribed by physicians for every skin irritation, including cuts, -sores, scalds and burns, and is a remedy for bolls, car- buncles, felons, piles, eczema, bar- ber's itch, tetter, Bhingles, psoriasis, erupt...

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

'IE TEXAS MESQUITER One Dollar Per Year. .ohn E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Fridat At Mesquitk, Texas. Entered In the postoffloe a Me&- qulte, Texas, as second class matter missioner of the General Land Office, so he cut pretty deep in that department. The Comp- troller he liked still less, and he therefore cut still deeper, to cor- respond with the measure of his dislike. But the Attorney Gen- eral he liked less of all, therefore he proceeded to get out his littJe ax and chop his appropriation in haJf. "Spared neither friend nor enemy!" Oh, fudge, oh, rats! CoU^ ASSOCl* Friday, November 10, 1911 In an effort to defend the act- tion of Governor Colquitt in striking out entirely the appro- priation to support the Attor- ney General's department for the year ending August 31, 1913, the Dallas Times Herald makes some remarkable statements. Here is one of them: Following his policy of rigid _ ! .11 4 A n rt-A 11 n In issuing his Thanksgiving rroclamation, President Taft dou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 November 1911

l! I To The Ladies The Vclvatina Toilet Specialties are now here and those who gave orders to the lady who called on them, can now get their orders filled. How About That New Watch? Isn't it about time for you to lay aside that old watch and come in and let us sell you a good one? We have a nice line and can please you as well as save you money. Ti Cullom & Chapman Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, Texas > a v 1 NEW FIRM The barber business here- tofore owned by Wm. P. £ Harris is now owned and ? operated jointly by him and 'i P. V. Bennett. We very earnestly solicit your pat- ronage in barber work, 5 laundry, baths and tailor trade clothing. We'll please 11 you and treat you right. ^ You'll be twice as welcome before as there is now 'wice as many of us. i; HARRIS & BENNETT !; Local and Personal. J. H. Cole of Lawson, was here Tuesday. H. D. Humphreys was in For- ney Tuesday, B. E. Wyatt was here from Dallas Sunday. J. C. Bennett of Lawson, was here Tuesday. A s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 November 1911

Cured in One Day . % « _ A* n rule, a few doeCs of Munyon'n Cold Reirtcdy will break up any cola and pre- vent pneumonia. It relieve* the head, throat and lungs almost instantly. P|W 26 cents at any ariiKRist's, or sent postpaid. If you need Medical advice write to Munyon's Doctors. They will carefully diagnose your case atid' give xpu advice by mad. absolutely free. _ Address Professor Munvon, 53d and Jefferson streets, Philadelphia, Pa. Make the Liver Do its Duty Nine times in ten when the liver ia right the stomach ar\d bowels are right, CARTER'S LITTLE — LIVER PILLS gently but firmly com- pel a lazy liver to^ do its duty. Cures Con- stipation, In- digestion, Sick Headache,' and Distress After Eating. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE, Genuine must bear Signature Carter's ITTLE PILLS. In ftnifa. Kftiaiiis 8 <uy CR.THOMAS CQPYft/CHT BY fJ£lD m What Travelers Needed. A traveler's outfit 300 years ago was somewhat different from the present day. In "Touring in 1600," by E. S. B...

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

GOLDS BREED CATARRH r | Her Terrible Experience Shows How Peruna Should Be in Every Home to Prevent Colds. Mr.. C. S. 6a g e r a e r, 1311 Wood- land Ave., Kansas City, Mo., write.: "I feel it a duty to you and to othqp that xnay be af- flicted like myself, to speak for Peruna. "My trou- b 1 e first came after la g ri p p e eight or nine years ago, a gath- ering in my head and neuralgia. I suffered most all the time. My nose, ears and eyes were badly affected for the last two years. I think from your description of internal catarrh that 1 must have had that qlso. I suffered verv severely. "Nothing ever relieved me like Pe- runa. It keeps me from taking cold, "With the exception of some deaf- ness I am feeling perfectly cured. I em forty-six years ola. "I feel that words are inadequate to express my praise for Peruna." Mro. C. 8. Sagerser. Urgent Necessity. distinguished theologian was In- vited to make an address before a Sunday school. The divine spoke for over an hour and his rema...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 November 1911

m : i ki] V . .. imm i s K*. : m inMvv • f l 1 1 Si J jg: I 4 I INS* rl >X 1 .i * .. Wm ;v jl:;, '• ' ■i Mw * Capital $50,000 Surplus arid undivided profits $10,000 A Bank Acconnt is a thing of real value. Your money is safe from fire and thief and at your command when you need it, There when you do need accomodation you are in line to get it. Get the habit A safe place to start an account is at The First National Bank Of Mesquite TUESDAY'S ELECTIONS FAVOR THE DEMOCRATS Win Victories in Kentucky, New Mexico, Massachusets, Ohio and other States. While it was not altogether one way, Tuesday's elections throughout the United States were decidedly in favor of the Democrats. Notable victories were won by them in Kentucky, New Mexico and Massachusetts, Democratic governors being elected in all of these. Kansas sent a Democrat to Congress in place of the late Congressman Mitchell, Republican; and Colum- bus, Cleveland and Cincinnatti, Ohio, the latter the home of President Taft, all cho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 November 1911

SUtt Librarian Cipitei ®he ®c*06 illcsquiter. By John E, Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBEP 17, 1911 Vol. XXX No. 21 How About YOUR HOLIDAY GOODS? We have a complete assortment of Candies, Fruits, Staple and frncy Gro- ceries, and when you need anything in dishes cooking vessels, knives a nd forks, or most any other article in the line of household goods, see what we have. THE BOVELL COMPANY J.W. Bovell, Manager Death of H. M. Rawls. Harvey Melton Rawls, a broth- er of Mrs. C. A. Davis of Dallas, and an uncle of Mrs. Chas. E. Gross of that city, and the ed- itor of this paper, passed away at Terrell Monday night at 9:00 o'clock. Mr. Rawls was born in Terrell county Georgia, 56 years ago. When a young man he moved to Paris, Henry county,Teiin., with his mother and resided near there a number of years. In 1886 he was married to Miss Mattie Harris of Como, Tenn. She died soon after their mar- x I Be had many friends here and elsewhere, who will be grieved to hear of his death, bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 November 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITEK ■J I " JOHN C. DAVIS. tihtor and Proprietor MESQU1TE, - TEXAS Turkey la being made a goat. Almost any young widow can teach a man how to fall In love. Beware of the autumn cold. It Is easy to catch, but bard to lose. |t's a mistake to try to judge a man's bat by the bead that Is un- der it A Ptttsburg firm is making a wooden leg 39 inches around for a woman. Guess her weight. „ Earnest research may yet disclose a res'iiurant baked apple t|jat has had all Its core removed. With all the things that woman has to reform she is still mighty sweet end attractive. That Massachusetts citizen who got a deer license when be wished to marry was a bad speller. Our notion of the meanest man is the New York thief who stole a bride- groom's best pair of trousers. "Do not marry a poet," says one woman. But suppose he doesn't show any symptoms before marriage? A noted physician says that Hkgtlme music is bound to drive us crazy. By the St Vitus dance route, probably. The editor o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 November 1911

I I ► ft UNCLE S iOW mueH am I ottered tor tbU tine steel cruiser Detroit—built Id 1880, cost me |U33,oa#; al- most as good as new, only a bit shopworn, and I'm sacrificing my old naval stock bo as to 'make room for a couple of 30,- 000-ton battleships I've Just asked congress for. How much for the Detroit? Do 1 bear - *50,000? Well. 125.000, tben. No? Why, t gentlemen, you couldn't buy a tug-boat at that figure, $20,000? Twenty I am offered. Is that all? Qoliig, go- ing—gone at $20,000!" The auctioneer was Uncle Sam, and the occa- sion was one of hla little naval rummage sales, faeld at the navy yard last January. Uncle Sam has from $140,000,000 to $160,000,000 worth of battleships, cruisers, monitors, gun- boats and other miscellaneous ex-llghtlng craft piled up in his naval junk-shop. That is to say, the discards, obsolete or obsolescent types, crip- ples, back numbers and total wrecks at present on his hands cost him the tidy sum indicated for construction alone, not counting gu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 November 1911

—5 |f S* (\V': "IE T:XAS MESQUITER Lhie Dollar Per Year. oiin E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Kvkky Friday At Mesquite, Texas. Entered in tne postoffioc a Me** quite, Texas, us aecond clftaa matte'* 5 ASSOC* A Friday, November 17,1911 a Give all the killers who ask for a change of venue a, change— to Virginia. Next year we will vote on ev erything from constable to Pres ident. Moral: Pay your poll tax. Mesquite needs—this entire section needs, a graveled road to the Kaufman county line and another to the Seagoville pike, thus connecting that road with the East pike. Bob Baker has announced that he will be a candidate for Comptroller again next year. He is probably encouraged by the fact that the third time is sup- posed to be the charm. Hon. J. M. Terrell, former State Senator from the Texar- kana district, will not run for Congress, but will move to Dal- las instead. Moving to Dallas from a point so close to Arkansas is better than taking chances on going to Congress. The Democrat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 November 1911

To The Ladies The Velvatina Toilet Specialties are now here and those who gave orders to the lady who called on them, can now get their orders filled. How About That New Watch? Isn't it about time (or you to lay aside that old watch and come in and let us sell you a good one? We have a nice line and can please you as well as save you money. Cullom & Chapman Mesquitc, Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Texas Local and Personal □ > Born, to Ben Puckett and wife, a son, on Nov. 12. Campbell Goforth of Bern- hardt, was here Wednesday. M. P. Hawthorne was in Sea- goville on business, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Gross of Dallas, spent Sunday with rela- tives here. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Hass and baby of Dallas, visited relatives here Sunday. EVERY MAN Who comes to our shop for a haircut, shave, shampoo, bath, laundry work or to or- der a tailor made suit, over- coat or a pair of pants, will go away pleased. If he does not it will not be our fault as the man who gives us his patronage ple...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 November 1911

DANGER SIGNALS. Sick kidneys give unmistakable si?? nnls of distress. Too froquent or scanty urinary passages, backache, headache tod dizzy spells tell of disordered kid- neys. Neglect of )m?jsl£r 1 b c s e warnings may prove fatal. Degln using Doan's Kidney Pills. They cure sick kidneys. Mrs. M. A. Gam* blin, Russellvllle, Ark., says: "I was in such bad shape from kidney dis- | ease that I gave up hope of recovery. There were de- cided drops! )al symptoms, my heart palpitated violently and the pains In my back almost drove me frantic. After doctoring without benefit, I began tak- •tag Doan's Kidney Pills and when I bad used two boxes, I was as well as ever." "When Your Back Is Lame, Remem- ber the Name—DOAN'S." 50c, all stores. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. vitalau tired ud tic iltaru* I success and failure Advertising CONFIDENCE VITAL FACTOR IN SUCCESS ;v ,: Squelched. Gerald—What do you think of this recall idea? Geraldine—One call will be enough, thank you. The Effect of Sl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 November 1911

A ti J 'V • w I If§! ' Wedding Bells. "Jedge," said the old colored citi- zen. "bow much fer a license ter git married?" "Want it tor yourself?" "Yes, sub; you see. 1's glttln' mighty old now." "That's evident Then why do you want to get married?" "Well, Jedge, ter tell de truth, some- body gimme a long coat, a linen collar an* a walkln* cape, en 1 knows a 'ooman what says she kin make a tw- in' fer me, en 1 feels des like a honey- moon I" He Had Hla Suspicion. One day a farmer member of the Ohio house displayed. Inadvertently, a large roll of bills In the Nell bouBe lobby. A fellow member gazed In awe at the show of wealth. "1 Just sold a drove of hogs." ex- plained the farmer member rather has- tily and confusedly. The observing one was thoughtful He did not reply for the half-minute usually essential to the full-measured beat of bis mental process. And then— "Yaas," he drawled, "and I'll bet I'm one o' them hawgs."—Success. Getting Even. Our friend who In taking us for a ride In ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 November 1911

mm mm • fSI |&1| Capital §50,000 Surplus and undivided profits $10,000 A Bank Account is a thing of real value. Your money is safe from fire and thief and at your command when you need it, There when you do need accomodation you are in line to get it. Get the habit— A safe plfce to start an account is at The First National Bank Of Mesquite * The Cotton Market A. good deal of the cotton com- ing in now is of a very low grade, consequently there !s a wide range in the price, which has ranged from 8c to 9,50 for the week with prices yesterday at from 8c to 9.25. A total of 4,460 hales have been weighed in the local yard. List of Immortals. The following have our thanks for the amounts set opposite their names, paid on subscrip tion since our last issue: The Passion Play, A truly wonderfully reproduc- tion of the celebrated Passion Play in beautiful new motion pictures, which is fully explained by the lecturer as the entertain- ment progresses. At K. of P. Hall, Mesquite, two nights...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 November 1911

State Librarian Capitol / cxas :>rwtA-ji* By John E, Davis. — MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24 1911 Vol#XXX No. 22 — — SAVE YOUR MONEY FOR BOVELL BOVELL WILL SAVE MONEY FOR YOU This store is chock full of things you are going to need for Christmas—of things you need every day you live. And if you are not in the habit of coming here—a good habit—you will be surprised how far your money will go. Come in when you are in town and ste what we have. BANK AT NEW HOPE ROBBED OF $700,00 Burglars Blew Safe Up and Es^ caped with Loot. E^HE BOVELL COMPANY j Bovell, Manager Mesquite. Texas 1 MEXICAN IS KILLED BY T. & P. TRAIN Accident Occured About Mile and Hslf East of Mesquite. Hijimo Laba, a Mexican, aged about 45 years old, was struck by a Texas & Pacific train and killed, about a mile and a half east of Mesquite .Sunday night. Sometime before midnight, the ci*ew of an eastbound freight discovered the lifeless remains alongside the track and notified the authorities in Forney ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 November 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MKSQU1TE. TEXAS Snvln' up {or your Thanksgiving turkey? Those triumphant Chinese rebels wrlsh that Confucius could see them dow. Try to reconcile yourself to those fuzzy hats. They are not so bad as they look. Our notion of the "meanest man" Is the one who sues a girl for breach of promise. What Is the use of being president If a doctor can keep you from eating what you wantf A court finds that a woman who •wears Is not necessarily Insane. But she may be mad. The army worm Is reported from Kentucky, so the kissing bug Is probably not far away. Aviation has one advantage over baseball—wet grounds do not em- harass It In the least The one surprising thing about the award of a Nobel prize to Edison Is that he wasn't given It before. Nobody loves a millionaire, accord- ing to Eugene Zimmerman, but most millionaires love their millions. Paris and the college students set the fashions for men, and Paris does some work on the side fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 November 1911

Wmgf ^:?Mm l*' v • ;W ff& }■$<% Nir F >i THE LOVE STORY OF A GRAY JACKET TyyJ&UMALLjRiRXJSIi (.AUTHOR OF "WHEN W1LPERNESS WASHING" O^.^Ilhisfrations ^irthurTWiUiamsoiv COBRKXr&AC/fCClnBGSOtX-i -JM2E^j&JZ47ya*Ze&jKlU. ZaKXW 8YN0PSI8. 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 Longfstreet. Accompanied by Sergt. Craig. an old army scout, Wayne starts 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 Ib 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 It In the dark a huge mastiff attacks Wayne. The girl shoots the brute Just In time. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 November 1911

The TEXAS MESQUITER. John E. Davis, Editor and Publisher Established 1882. Subscription $1.00 Per Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, f exas Class Matter Second Texas, Mesquite Entered cou/vyp assoc* a FRIDAY, NOVEMBER What Railroad Smith, candidate for U. S. Sen- ator, appears to need is a press agent. Tom .?t>hnson- is still dead, but every time they have an election in Ohio we are reminded of the fact that he is not forgotten The great number of "aviation caps" that are now being worn by the ladies does not mean that the wearers have been indulging in any flights. The net profits of the State Fair of Texas for this year are $45,956.43, which is a splendid show- ing, considering that this was not a good crop year in Texas. The Aldrich currency reform plan is handicap- ped with the name of the ex-Senator from Rhode Island, who has always stood for the classes against the masses. The Texas Republic of San Antonio says that if Jake Wolters succeeds in carrying Bexar coun- ty ...

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