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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 December 1911

1 Q/ t ®hc Scrae itlcsqnitec. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1911 Vol, XXX No. 25 The CHRISTMAS STORE TOYS < > FRUITS PC DOLLS i. 1 NUTS """J * \ CANDIES NOVELTIES o o o Come in and see our o Household goods of stock. . cn all kinds. STORE IS BOBBED AT OBPHANS HOME Two Negroes Arrested and Goods are Recovered. THE BOVELL COMPANY J.W. Bovell. Manager Mesqulte. Tun Will Preach in Every County Seat Mckinney.Tex., Dec. 13—Rev. L. A. West, a Baptist minister making his home in this city,who was a candidate for the Legisla- ture in 1910, will start on the first day of January, 1912, on a tour of the Untted States, preaching in every county seat in the Un- ion, one sermon on the text founc in John 3-16, "For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son, that whomso- ever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life." He expects to preach one ser- mon each day. It will take him about eight months to cover Tex- as, after which he w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 December 1911

THETKXAS MESQUlTbk JOHN t. DAVIS. UMor and Proprietor ■ TEXAS MES QUITE, • Hustle, and you will not feel the wold. The Are flend loves an overheated furnace. Manchus and pigtails are going out of fashion In China. The rubber gown is the latest thing In feminine apparel. Rubber! Buffalo steaks that go uneaten are utilized as hinges on barn doors. The cold wave Is • stimulus to — - «. tho coa' tr*^e. If the pen is mightier than the sword where does the typewriter come Inr Doesn't It beat anything how mer- cury can go down when it gets start- ed? Minneapolis, which has Invented the hobble whisker, may keep it and wel- come. The baby emperor must wonder what Is the matter with his nursery now-a-days. This weather tempts a man who has broken himself of the whisker habit to start something. Toe dancing is advised for flat-foot- ed children, whereas a flat foot is an excellent help in buck dancing. Astronomers tell us that there Is frost on Mars, but we need not be told that there Is frost...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 December 1911

Ik ' v w i 6YNOP8I8. 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 starts on his mission. They get within the lines of the enemy and In thir dark- ness Wayne Is taken for' a Federal of- ficer and a young lady on horseback la given In his charge. She Is a northern girl and attempts to escape. One of the horses succumbs and Craig goes through with the dispatches, while Wayne and My Lady of the North are left alone. They «eek shelter In a hut and entering It In the dark a huge mastiff attacks Wayne The girl shoots the brute Just In time. The owner of the hut, Jed Bungay, and his wife appear and soon a party of horsemen approach. They are led by a man claiming to be Red Lowrle, but who proves to be MaJ. Brennan. a Federal officer whom the Union girl recognizes. He orders the arrest of Wayne as a spy and he is brought before Sheridan, who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 December 1911

' : ' m ?• The TEXAS MESQUITER John E. Davis, Editor and Publisher j Established 1882. Subscription $1 00 Per Y0ar Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Mokk and more does it look like 1912 will be a I Democratic year and the sage of Oyster Bay will | doubtless adhere to his decision not to be a 'candidate for the Presidency. t CllAKTKK NO. 6140. hbtoht OF THE CONDITION OF Entered at Mesquite 'X'exas, us Seeorul Class Matter The First National Bank mmmmmmmmmm Of Mesquite ' Both tho Democratic 8tate chairman find na-1At in theSut® of Tmm. at ,n ' , . close of business l)w. ;3, 1911. jtional committeeman from Texas are opposed to IBBOURCBS , Presidential primaries and the latter has already , Loang am, DUcounte the cou/vry FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1911 Akizona has justified the claims of her frienjijs that she was ready for statehood by going over- whelmingly Democratic in her first state election. pledged the Texas delegation to Governor Harmon. He is bound to recognize the fact that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 December 1911

y HOLIDAY SUGGESTIONS. .AAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAA ■*■ A A A A. AAAAAAAAAAAAA A A £\ ^i^^VTViTVTTTTTVTf VVt V▼ W •..' <''y I We submit below a list of articles appropriate for Christmas gifts. Buy your gifts early. We will lay them aside for you and deliver them when wanted: Solid gold cuff buttons, $2.00 to $5.00 Gold front cuff buttons ... 1.50 Gold filled cuff buttons 1.00 Solid gold and gold tilled stud set, 50c to. 5.00 Gold filled collar buttons 25c Pearl cuff links, 35c and 50c Solid gold and gold filled brooches, 1.50 to 8.50 Gold filled chattaline pins 2.50 Gold filled belt pins 2.50 Gold filled barretts, choice 1.00 Gold filled Waist sets, 1.00 to. 2.00 Gold front bar pins, 1.75., 2.00 and 2.25 Solid gold cuff pins 2.00 Solid gold top baby pins, pet* set. 1.25 Solid gold top scarf pins, 1.50 and 2.00 Gold filled scarf pins, 1.00 and 1.50 Gold tilled baby pins, per set of 3 1.00 Solid gold eyeglass chains, 2.50 to 4.00 Gold front tie clasp, 125 to 1.50 Gold front tie and scarf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 December 1911

mm Hood's Sarsaparilla Cares all blood humors, all eruptions, clears the complex-; ion, creates an appetite, aids digestion, relieves that tired feeling, gives vigor and vim. OH it today in usual liquid form or chocolated tuhleta called Saraatabs FERRYS' <C C^Good gardeners r. fjf ^Jare those who ^^raise good flow- ers and vegetables. Good flowers and vegetables cotne from good seeds. We pro- duce good seeds—the Infer-1 ence is obvious. For sale everywhere. 1912 SEED ANNUAL FTee on Request d. M. FERRY A CO. .Detroit. Mich. ; | Hh !■ KWS I, il f] til i I 1 IT I ; it THE BEST MEDIC IN E .—gmammmmmmm i—. Ifor Couchs I CoLiisi PREVENTION" better than cure. Tutt'a Pill* If taken In time are not only a remedy for, but will prevent SICK HEADACHE, biliousness, constipation and kindred diseases. Tuft's Pills wffMCly SABELA SONS IX) 1*18 TILLS, FURS Tht International Stent Service Correspondence School feoples Gai Building, 122 ¥lehl«M Boulevard. Chicago, U.S.A. DDnCDCfTIIC ond otlM:r Info...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 December 1911

J I ■ V Dutch Cap i & m Photographed by Underwood & Underwood, N. Y. Nationality in caps iB one of the striking features of this season's fash- Ions. This quaint Dutch cap is made of fine mesh net, embroidered in Delft blue. The roses at the ears have no foliage, but on the left side there are ribbon pendants to match in color. DESIGN FOR FACE CLOTH BAG Dainty Woman Will Be Careful to Have Separate Receptacle for This Most Necessary Utensil. The absolutely dainty girl is espe- cially careful of her^face cloth. She uses it but one day, and in order that It may not acumulate germs and other Impurities she is particular to keep it out of the way of them—in a bag. This bag, like all of the other toilet belongings of the dainty girl, is a fetching affair of cretonne, shaped like & correspondence card envelope and about twice the size of such a recep- tacle. _To make one of these face cloth bags, cut a paper pattern of a corre- spondence envelope, enlarge it doubly and lay it ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 December 1911

Make a List of What You Need Every once in a while you notice something about the place that needs fixing—a leaky roof, a stall floor, a manger, a trough, a broken step, a rotten curb or something or other you've promised yourself a dozen times, perhaps that you'd stop at the lumber yard the very next time you went to t^wn and get the material necessary to fix them. Now is a good time to attend all these little things. Make a list of what you need and get the stuff from us next time you're m town John E. Quarles Co. Walter W.Walker, Manager Mesquite, Texas, I hoskins' • girl • Br LENORf ADAMS i Local News. J. M. Evans of Orphans Home, was here yesterday. E. A. Davidson of Rylie, was in town yesterday. Herman Behrensof Rose Hill, was here yesterday. P. O. Potter of near Lawson markeied cotton here yesterday. Prank Ellis of New Hope, was a pleasaiit caller at this office yesterday. Rev. C. G. Wright went Jo Col- lege Mound, near Terrell, Satur- naj, returning home Tuesday. Hugh Hanby ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 December 1911

} V $ <! $??^ y v \{'PwfiS^ll '1^ ft ■■ i| ; m ■ IfV' *■"' * ' '' ' ■" Si-J'f:'?;, ®he ®e*a& ittcsquiter. fill By John E, Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1911 Vol. XXX No. 26 Extra Special Misses' and Children's all wool stocking caps OQp regular 50c kind, only ..... .. £>OC One piece white serge, regular $1.00 value, for only ... .• ... f. One lot of Ladies' hose, regular 50c sellers, QC for only OOC One lot of Men's blue shirts, worth 50c, OKp now selling for Ovv* Also a number ot other equally as good bargains. Wo have just opened up one of the most complete candy departments to be found. You will also find a complete assortment of Glassware, Enamel- ware, Crockery, etc. THE BOVELL COMPANY J.W. Bovell, Manager Mesqalte, Texas IMPORTANT DEAL IS CONSUMATEO L. C. SteWart Sells Hardware and Furniture Business to Geo# E. Webb. From Rev, T. M, Kirk. It has been about four weeks since I bid my friends adieu and came to Sherman to take charge of the Key Memorial Ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 December 1911

ky<>, ffei TEXAS MESQUITER ~J0M* L DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor ynHuaM j* MESQUITE, - TEXAS Uutter and eggs are high again, but something uHvays Is. The right place to censor postcards Is In the manufactories. Winter Is acting as if it had found the right place to settle down. It is suspected that somebody at Idedlclne Hat has left the door open. Military experts have devised a gun for killing aviators. But what's the use? This is the time for the cold weath- er prophets to Bhout that they told us so. ' ( California's first woman Jury ac- quitted an editor. He must be a good- looking feller. Another aeronaut threatens to fly across the Atlantic. He is said to be a good swimmer. ^ Sometimes a man goes through life as a dictator and sometimes be mar- ries his stenographer. A York, *a., man ate a live mouse, there beLig no accounting for tastes, as we have said before. It must be a great experience to be engaged to a g$l who can say "l love you" In 54 languages. y:'uM ■■ - - f Dr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 December 1911

m $ ' dM iipp Qt>k Love Siokv of A Gray Jacket H hyJ£ajvi>A/,& PAXX/SJ? _ lutKorofWnBn WILDERNESS Was KINGV^ ^ ILLUSTRATIONS BYytRTttURT. WILLIAM5D*T C CQrwerGfirsyACM? ciupg &CO. jMz^Ar<m7xj^Sjmi.zmz>cw SYN0P8I3. The story opens Ih a Confederate tent at a critical atago of the Civil War. Oen C-.ee Imparts to Capt. Wayne an Important message to LonRBtreet. Accompanied by Serirt. Craig, an old army scaut. Wayne starts on hts mission. whey get within the lines of the enemy and In the dark- ness Wayne Is taken for a Federal of- ficer and a young lady on horseback Is given In his charge. She Is a northern girl and attempts to escape. One of the horses succumbs and Craltf noes 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 atacks Wayne. The girl shoots the brute Just In time. The owner of the hut. Jed Bungay, and his wife appear and soon a party of horsemen approac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 December 1911

The TEXAS MESQUITER John E. Davis, Editor and Publisher Established 1882. Subscription $1.00 Per Year Published .Every Friday at Mesquite, 1 exas Entered at Mesquite, Texas, as Second Class Matter S AS SO It is no use now to swear that next year you'll do your Christmas shopping early, because you probably promised the same thing a year ago. The ©alias Times-Herald says that some people win fame by hard work, but Edi- tors WU1 Holford and John G. Davis gain- . ed theirs by wearing silk hats. Still there must have been something under the hats. —San Antonio Express. Come on.Will, let's mainour best bow to the Express, which has said what our modesty for- bade us to say. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1911 The Mesquiter wishes all readers a happy Christmas. * ' If you haven't already done so, we urge on you to pay .vour poll tax before the year is gone. Mud itself is not desirable, but as an evidence of the fact that it has rained, mud is all right. I Put Red Cross Seals on your Christmas mail ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 December 1911

i 1 Methodist Announcement. I HOLIDAY SUGGESTIONS. A AAAAAA A A A AAA A A A. A A aaaaa.AAAAA.AAAA A. AAAA AAAAAAAAAJ| • We submit below a Jist of articles appropriate for Christmas gifts. Buy your gifts eairly. We will lay them aside for you and deliver them when wanted: Solid gold cuff button^, $2.00 to $5.00 Gold front cuff buttons .... 1.50 Gold tilled cuff buttons 1.00 Solid gold and gold filled stud set, 50c to 5.00 Gold filled collar buttons 25c Pearl cuff links, 35c and 50c Solid gold and gold filled brooches, 1.50 to 8.50 Gold filled chattaline pins 2.50 Gold filled belt pins 2.50 Gold filled barretts, choice 1.00 Gold fillad Waist sets, 1.C0 to 2.00 Gold front bar pins, 1.75.. 2.00 and.-. 2.25 Solid gold cuff pins 2.00 Solid gold top baby pins, per set. 1.25 Solid gold top scarf pins, 1.50 and 2.00 Gold filled scarf pins, 1.00 and 1.50 Gold filled baby pins, per set of 3 1.00 Solid gold eyeglass chains, 2.50 to 4.00 Gold front tie clasp, 125 to 1.50 Gold front tie and scarf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 December 1911

f i&mh. f I I I I ■II: wm 1 '• I I If I PIMPLES, BLACKHEADS, FACIAL ERUPTIONS All Disappear When Gettysburg Man Uses Resinol. How happy would men and women to did they know, aa does R. G. Parry, ol Gettysburg, Pa., how to remove blackheads and pimples and restore their skin to its natural healthy state! Many a beautiful woman Is rendered homely by facial eruptions. ThiB let- ter may bo the means of showing a way to those thus afflicted. Read it thoroughly and give It thought. "For some months my face was cov- ered with pimples and blackheads. Hearing of Resinol Soap, I immediate- ly began to use It, and was greatly benefited, especially so in its having caused the disappearance of all facial eruptions. "R. G. PARRY, "Gettysburg, Pa.' Resinol Soap quickly relieves and removes skin affections and Resinol Ointment is without a rival In reliev- ing eczema, scalds, burns, tetter, milk crust, ringworm, barber's itch, pimples, rash, Itching, blackheads, bolls, chil- blains, chaps and c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 December 1911

'l J Fancy Feathers :r judged by their clothes Smart Cigar Store Clerk Ready With Apology That by No Means * Mended Situation. Herman Fellner tells this story on himself, according to the New York correspondent of the Cincinnati Times Star. He was In Washington on busi- ness recently and met three or four friends on the street. After a mo- ment's chat he # beckoned them to come with him. "I'm off the stuff," said he, "but I want to buy you each a cigar." They happened to be. In front of a combination cigar and news stand at tie moment. Led by lflr. Fellner, they all trooped In. The clerk hurried to the cigar case to wait upon them. Before Mr. Fellner could Indicate his wishes the clerk had slapped a box on the glass case. "Here y' are," said he. "Best dime smoker In town." Mr. Fellner Is sort of fussy about his smokeB. He looked at the cigar Jhen shoved the box away. "Have you no other price?" he asked. The clerk shoved the box In the case. "Sure thing," said he. "My mis- take and y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 December 1911

'ifl iM IngH K?%.'v' 'V'1' TOMite&v •:>/ * ■■ ,*" SSRS^Slll fe;' / 'V ■m MP Make a List of What You Need Every once in a while you notice something about the place that needs fixing—a leaky roof, a stall floor, a manger, a trough, a broken step, a rotten curb or something or other you've promised yourself a dozen times, perhaps that you'd stop at the lumber yard the very next time you went to twn and get the material necessary to fix them. Now is a good time to attend all these little things. Make a list of what you need and get the stuff from us next time you're in town John E. fluarles Co. Walter WVWalker, Manager Mesquite, Texas, go on with his sweet potato rais ing. He likes to raise the old white potatoes. John Clark and wife have an- other boy. Mr. Howard is going to put all his place in a farm. G. R. Cory has been in the hog business, but he wants to getj out of it. H. B. Cox says he is 72 years old and has almost that many grandchildren. Jonn Jones ft 11 off*the river...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 December 1911

:m:; ■itMm tmimi ¥ ®e*«0 Jtksquiter. y John E. Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1911 Vol. XXX No. 27 We Thank You Very much indeed for the patronage given us during the year now drawing to a close and we earnestly in- vite you to continue this evidence of your good will and confidence during 1912. We shall do our verv best to merit your patronage and we extend to one and all our very best wishes for A Happy and Prosperous New Year The Bovell Co. v, J. W. Bovell, Manager. > North Side Square. Masquite, Texas THE OLD TIME DOCTOR By Joe Sappfngton It saddens my heart when I reflect that the old time doctor with the massive bald head and shaggy eyebrows has cashed in in his last chip and crossed that dark and silent river where he joins his patients that he assist- ed in the crossing. The old time doctor was a pow- er in his day and was held in awe by all who came in contact with him. He was a man of but few words, and with a dark troubled brow and invariably rode his hor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 December 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor jw* wt«. ■MESQUJTE, - TEXAS A queue or not a queue; that is the question in China. The family cat Is by no means safe In this season of rabbit stews. Olrl arrested In Chicago claims she is an aviator. The police Bay she is flighty. The air on the top floor of New .York's new 30-story hotel ought to be tolerably good. , | 1 Any 111 wind carries orders to the manufacturer of storm doors at this season of the year. "SeedtesB lemons are developed by grafting." So are the kind sometimes handed to officeholders. Chicago Philanthropists are about to start a magazine for poets. It will be read chiefly by poets. Fifty-seven varieties of weather In 24 hours keep the average man guess- ing and the doctors on the run. - It should never be forgotten that American names look as funny to the Chinese as their names look to us. People love the spectacvQarv 'With- out a long tail a comet would attract no more attention than the moon. Gum-chewin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 December 1911

Pretty Bonnets \ 1 \ SALADS FOR THE WINTEf There is no end to the variety in shapes and styles designed for chil- dren this season. Taking their cue from the liking for bonnets shown by grown-ups, designers have copied nearly all the shapes, modifying them more or less for little folks. This branch of millinery—millinery for children—has shown a wonderful de- velopment in the past three years. This is the result of specializing, on the part of designers and trimmers, who showed a marked talent for mak- ing children's hats. The bonnet shown, made of alternat- ing folds of beaver cloth and plaid vel- vet, Is modeled on the Dutch cap, with the crown extended. It is dis- tinctly childish. The ribbon ties and bow at the side are of plaid, corre- DEFECT OF MODERN SOCIETY So Great the Expenditure for Clothes That Little Is Left to Be Em- ployed Elsewhere. The cost of dress, the absurd lengths to which expenditure goes on luxurious and sumptuous clothing, is now pushed to such an extreme th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 December 1911

The TEXAS MESQUITER. John E. Davis, Editor and Publisher ; . Established 1882. Subscription Si.00 Per Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Entered at Mesquite, Texas, as Second Class Matter .M1 Wi a ssoc ia FRIDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1911 V.; I JUDGE RAMSIzY AND THE ARLINGTON JOURNAL. The following editorial appeared in a recent is- sue of the Arlington Journal: "As time passes it becomes more evi- dent that should Judge Ramsey be elect- ed governor of Texas, it means the return to power of the demagogue practices of Tom Campbell and his followers and elackers, and also the men for whom he was henchman. Rand, McNally & Co. of Chicago, secured a big school book con- tract when Tom Campbell was governor of Texas. Ask the wily Tom the name of the above firm's lawyer in Texas just be- fore Tom Campbell was elected governor. This will make the Ioga smile fade from his rubicund face." Commenting on this, Judge Ramsey wrote the tditor of the Journal as follows: "1 am charitable eno...

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