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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 December 1911

Ml IW®118S11!11111 — *181®,! NEW YEAR GREETINGS We extend to all our friends and customers the compliments of the season and wish for one and all a Happy New Year We keenly appreciate the patronage given us during the year now drawing to a close and solicit your favors during 1912. GULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, . * * ' ' Texas Local and Personal is ia Tues- Joe Rugel visited in Forney Monday night. Harry Walker of Alvord, visiting relatives here. Miss Stella Girdley visited Dallas from Sunday until day. D. E. Cole left Satuaday for Plaindealing, La., to visit rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gross of Dallas, spent Senday and Mon- day here. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kimbrough and Mrs. C. A. Davis of Dallas, visited relatives here Sunday. Miss Blanche Rugel, who teaching near Richardson, spending the week with folk here. The Mesquite High School, which closed last Friday for the holidays, will re-open next Tues- day, Jan. 2. R. C. Love and family of Ce- ment...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 December 1911

(to y escapes m-iim unmiisn- nan. recognizing Wayne, ve him. Securing a . pass ■. they are confronted by MYLADY(OF1THE^ORTH f \ghelove Story or A Gray Jacket « hrft A MOM* PAXXAS# c&y\wcfyim wilderness WAS KINGV£\ ^ ILLUSTRATIONS BY^RTHURT. WILLI C-' CQPXQTGUtr J&A CJP? CZIOQG &CO. £MZm>ArJWXM2&/UU.ZaVDCHr SYNOPSIS. The story opens In a Confederate tent at u critical stage of the Civil War. gml l.ee impart* to Oapt. Wayne an Important message to I.ongstreet. Accompanied by Sergt. Craig, an old army scout, Wayne starts on his mission. They get within the linea 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 Craig goes through with the dispatches, while Wayne and My I.Ady 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 J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 December 1911

i ■' -i a >. A HOPELESS UNDERSTANDING. The old soldier lovea to tell about his wartime experiences and especial- ly about his service as a band leader in the army. "I remember when we were travel ling the toll turnpike from York to Columbia. Pa., back In *62." be said, "through the long covered bridge that spanned the. Susquehanna. Jake Baumgartner was our bass drummer, end Jake was surely a character. "When we reached the entrance to the bridge Jake, who was beating time, suddenly stopped and yelled out. 'Schtop de march!' " 'What's up, Jake?' I asked him. "Pointing to the far end of the long bridge which looked like a small, round patch of light, Jake exclaimed iin despair: " 'I aind't neffer going to be able t" get dis beeg drum tru dot schmall hole J'" Presumption Rebuked. Samuel Rogers, the versatile wit. banker and poet, used to gather at his famous breakfasts the most brilliant minds in Great Britain or among vis- iting strangers. One of the most fre- quent guests was Doug...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 December 1911

i The GOOD YEAR of 1912 : Will be here in a few days. Shall we not, all of us, by the strictest economy and di- versification of crops, make it the banner year in all our history? 1 lie rains, the frosts and the freezes, all promise to make the coming season a bountiful one. We are in the garden spot of Texas. May we not challenge nature by putting forth ef- forts and be rewarded with bountiful crops of all kinds? That the foregoing may be the re- ward of all our neighbors and friends is the sincere wish of law, and grandchildren were present: Joe Bovell, wife and son; Harve Wilson and wife; Q. C. Dunwoody, wife and son; George Bovell, wife and daugh ter, and Walter Bovell—all of Crowley; R L. Harris, wife and son and S. C. Bovell and wife of Dallas. Some of them returned home that night, while others remained to spend sevenl daysj here. The First National Bank of Mesquite Local News. V < J. N. Price of near Arlington, paid this office a pleasant call yesterday. Misses Carrie and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 January 1912

mm* JlfiflfcjMi. uh.m1.J ■ Slat* Librarian Capitol' Site (Texas ilkequitcr. =: By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5,1912 Vol.XXX No. 28 h Some Specials This Week After taking inventory we find many articles that we have put on the bargain list in order to close out the lots to make room for our new spring lines to ar- rive in a short time. Among the bargains are: Children's stocking caps, Men's blue work shirts, Misses' and Children's gloves, Solid bowls, Washboards, Pictures, Rugs and a number of other articles. You are sure to 'be pleased with the many bargains to be had. The Bovell Co. J. W. Bovell, fylanager. North Side Square. Mesquite, Texas From the Special Edition of The Seagovllle News MESQUITE Mesquite is situated on the Texas & Padific Railway in the eastern part of Dallas county, 12 miles the city of Dallas. It has a population of about. 1000 and is one of the most impoitant towns in the county outside of the city of Dallas. It has two banks, one a na...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 January 1912

, THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN I. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQUITE, - TEXAS Many an old man In years la a young man In mental activity. An Insane man was found wandering In Wall street, says an exchange. Only one? • London proposes to build a Hner that contains everything but an avia- tion field. Chicago women are about to start a department store, which will have six bargain days a week. A New York state man killed a deer with his automobile. Some men are deadly shots with their autoa. Princess Eulalle may merely be pre- paring to come over and show us what i she can do in vaudeville. A lecturer down east says that "woman should be more conspicuous than her clothes." Sometimes In the •ball room she is. A Chicago man committed suicide after a card party. The ordinary man, bowever, Is satisfied with being mere- ly bored to death. Fire destroyed 25 automobiles In a New York garage. Yet when they are led out they do not rush back Into the flames. An X-ray examination of a Michigan man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 January 1912

A % ftShelovE Story of A Gray Jacket /"% 7> .. ir ft A/vnA&Z, PAKX/SJf \*xl>r c^4uihorcfWnBH WILDERNESS WAS KINGVU 03 ILLUSTRATIONS BMKtttURT. WILLI AMSOif TrtrMir„rr CQEXQTGJfT 2&A.CMV CLUEG &CO. \ .fj: : P 11 w 8YNOP3I3. The story opens In a Confederate tent at a critical stage of the Civil War. Qen. l.ee imparts to Capt. Wayne an Important message to Longstreet. Accompanied by Ser«t. Craig, an old army scout, Way no starts on his mission. They net 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 Klrl and attempts to escape. One of the horses succumbs and Craig got with the dispatches, while Way 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 owner of the hut, Jed Bungay, and his wife appear and soon a party of horsemen approach. They are ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 January 1912

Hp- dkO'' ■ HI | Be • . |g| llllfp I rf « I The TEXAS MESQUITER. John E. Davis, Editor and Publisher Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas: Entered at Mesquite, Texas, as Second Class Matter! ! ChiCKENS will come home to roost. Ex-Governor I Malcoinb R. Patterson, a brilliant young man of ! great promise, tried to turn Tennessee over to r—- 1 ■ , the liquor interests. He went so far that he saw Established 1882. Subscription $100 Per Year tjie handwriting on the wall and declined to make j the race for re election. A few days ago he went j more than half way across the continant to bring i home his son, who had shot a man, and who had i drank so steadily that the physicians said his mind was impaired. COUNfy FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1912 That Peace banquet seems to have been mis- named. 1911 was a good year for the Democrats and it looks like 1912 will be better still. No friend o„ Woodrow Wilson need say any. thin*/ unkind about any of the other prominent Dem crats mentioned for the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 January 1912

Don't Be Fooled By the line of talk the spectacle ped- ler puts up. He depends on his abili- ty to talk you into buying his glasses. If he has the "gift of gab" to talk you into buying that's all he needs. He doesn't need to give you lasting satis- faction because one sale to a person is all he hopes to make. We test your eyes free and if you need glasses we fit you correctly and guarantee abso- lute satisfaction. And we are here to make that guarantee good. If your eyes are troubling you, come in and see us. CULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquitc, Texas Local and Personal. 3 "Snapshots." H. B. Cox of By lie, was here Tuesday. J. B. Gross of Scyene, was here Monday. P. P. Harris of New Hope, was in town Tuesday. A daughter was born on Dec. 29, to L. W. Brummett and wife. B. W. Cole of near Lawson, was a pleasant caller at this of- fice Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tosch of Dallas, were guests of relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hargroves returned Sat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 January 1912

ONE WAY OUT OF IT. m m ■ r\ The Deacon—You shouldn't fly your kite on Sunday. The Boy—Oh! well, de kite's made •uter a religious paper. "It's never too late to—" lend. TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAT ike LAX ATI VH MUOMO. Quinlno Tablet* Ists refund money If It falls to euro. K. W. tt'S signature l«uii cach box. 2Se. Tbe modern woman gets next to the latest wrinkle with a massage ma- chine. Lewis' Single Binder, extra quality to- feacco, coats more than other 5c cigars. It doesn't take a fisherman to cast slurs. Many a man's handshake is less sin- cere than the wag of his dog's tail. Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and see that It Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30' Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Most of us would keenly enjoy working—if only we weren't compelled to do it. Young, but Oh, My! The lawyer was sitting at his desk, absorbed In the preparation of a brief. So bent was he on his w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 January 1912

sit Five O'clock Tea MBSBililsir , H THE very large cities, and a few smaller ones, have succeeded in establishing the custom of "Ave o'clock tea," which is altogether worth while. It is a little event in the day, for those who would other- wise stay at home, which takes wom- en out of doors for a space and brings 'hein into Inspiring touch with each other. After the matinee or the after- noon's shopping one may see women at their prettiest in the tea rooms of the hotels, or the great shops, or at those confectioners who are wise enough to provide an attractive ren- dezvous for homeward bound patrons. The comfortable part is that one may be gowned appropriately in the plain- est of tailor-mades or in more preten- tious visiting costumes, and, In the matter of millinery, everything is ad- missabble, with the tendency toward dressy hats, ever growing in favor. Hats plain, more hats semi-dress and most hats dressy may be looked for at the five o'clock tea. This latitude in millinery is...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 January 1912

ffry c ■ % V'T%: '™ ' • MSftvvJ SK tg*'S mK> I©fl J^HE ,Ylft •;:. 'f-^T • SATISFACTION Is felt by those who have Bank ac- counts these cold wet days when the barn and crib are empty. Funds are needed. Turn over a new leaf—start an account with us in the first month of this year of 1912. The First National Bank of Mesquite J. C. Rugel, President S. B.Marshall, Vice-President jt R. S. Kimbrough, Cashier At The Nickel Show Moving to Athens. J. P. Edgar left Tuesday night with his car of household goods for Athens, where he has pur- chased a farm of 160 acres and where he will reside in the future. His family expect to leave today. J. M. Summers has also pur- chased 100 acres cf land near Athens and was to have gone about the same time as Mr. Ed- gar but will be delayed on ac- count of th illness of his wife. SOLVES A DEEP MYSTERY. "I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader, of Lcwisburg, W. Va. "for the wonderful double bene- fit I got from Electric Bitters...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 January 1912

«r M >iy pees 1 Jich \ jprict iacy. « o leir oi le in tl |ile tl, it w Jake <j I Scotf Tr IER Woi ffiexas By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1912 Vol. XXX No. 29 5c 10c 25c GO O DS .• i ■ / • , . ' - You Can't afford to Miss It, The Bovell Go. J. V. BotcII, Manager. North Side Square, Mesquite, Texas. NO MENINGITIS HERE BUT SCHOOL IS CLOSED Two Fatal Cases in the Balch Springs Community. Poll Tax Payments. ,fc According to a report of the payments up to Wednesday morning, furnished us by Chas. A. Tosch, chief deputy in the of- fice of the cottnty tax collector of Dallas, Mesquite is nearly 100 behind a fair total, as only 160 polls had been paid for Mesquite, whereas the total nuihber ought to exceed 250. Total payments* for MesduUe and surrounding boxes up to Wednesday, as furnished us by i HARRIS & BENNETT i ' BARBERS LAUNDRY AGENTS Hot and Cold BATHS Orders taken for j TAILOR MADE SUITS | We want your business TREAT TN RIGHT day.,at their regular rev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 January 1912

vr B Mm! - ■ 11 vj i'K W •I '' -.-.- a .:. rM- 'E t K ^ w , ' A U^>f • *■■■ 5 / typical zr£.j&&'JJUtnr& czzsw |H A '-. ,- : > -■ v. *4* f^SiiHre, t i 8tol uTiJ BaBSpggffEB V&V.S WM$m mm$m HIT propo®fJojj 'which will be urged vjpon congress at its present seBslon to provide'for the retirement and psionlng of employes of the Unit \ States' Life-Saving Service Is dl- Ee'cting public attention to one .of «w- bravest and most conscientious (jorps of. men* In the world. The pfan ;to pension the members of our coast patrol who have been dis abied in the performance of their or F /fars772r<7 27UPO# fox JSK&ZCXSG J>zn?r- iSlGTrAZZTTG ft>_ SM7> WRfCX£J> s&uyztZRd duties or' VjioV.hav^ grown, gray in ^ rendering Such nuVnanltarian service to their fellow-men has been agi- tated for some years past. Congress at its last session was on the point [of passing the neces- sary law thus ,to give reco||Hiitlon to the life-sav- ers and it is believed that £h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 January 1912

ECZEMA ON HEAD COMPLETELY CURED Weit Philadelphia Woman Telia How It Waa Accomplished. So many people go through life trou- bled with eczema of some sort or oth- er, and the disease is -so loathsome, that we beg all to read the following letter as a benefit to themselves and their friends: "Resinol Ointment and Soap com- pletely cured me of Eczema of the head in about three weeks. Have recommended them to several friends, who have found them excellent ar- ticles for all skin eruptions. I shall continue to recommend them wher- ever possible." IDA B. LESHER, West Philadelphia, Pa. It may be a simple burn, a cut or a boll, or a carbuncle, or a felon, or eo- zema, or barber's itch, or pimples, or blackheads, or boils, or rash, or prickly heat, or piles, or Itching, or eruptions from poison ivy. If it is a skin trouble, Resinol Ointment is al- ways effective. It gives instantaneous relief. It must not be classed with patent preparations. Resinol Oint- ment Is a product of science. It has...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 January 1912

\'04'yn;:^ 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, TeXft*. as Second Class Matter ASSOCle FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1912 Woodrow Wilson appears to have a decided advantajrs over the other "favorite sons." While they are the favorite in their own states, G :ver Wilson seems to be the general favorite of the couitr.v. The La Follette boomers are making a lot of noise, but it does not seem to be worrying Presi- dent Taft The indications are that he feels se- cure as to the nomination, but pretty uneasy as to the result of the election. I wouldn't mind fighting the Pros so much, if they ever knew when they were licked. Like the Parthian warriors, they are mure dangerous in retreat than in at- tack. We licked them last election oy the grace of God (and the manipulation of the colored and Mexican vote), but they are worse than ever. I know it is not popular to acknowled...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 January 1912

J. F. McCULLOUGH January J. F. McCULLOUGH CLEARANCE SALE Sensational Price Reductions Prevail All Over the Store 'W Men's Shirts Collars attached, blue, chambray work shirts and white madras negligees. Standard 50c quality cut to 37c Stiff bosom laundered white Dress Shirts, the very best makes. Standaid $1.25 and $1.50 grades, cut to 69c Fine, white madras and cambric negligee shirts, standard 1.00 and 1.25 grades, cut to....79c Plain and plaited bosom madras and percale negligee shirts, "Eagle," "Manchester" and oth- er high-class makes. Standard 1.00 and 1.50 qualities, *eut to — 79c French madras and Percale nec- ligee shirts, finest makes, stand- ard 1.50 and 1.75 grades, cut to..., 98c Finest French madras negligee shirts, in immense variety, stand- ard 2.00 and 2.50 grades, cut to $1.65 Men's blue and gray Flannel top shirts with attached collars, standard 1.50 quality, cut to $1.15 Overcoats Men's and Boys' Overcoats—newest fabrics in the latest models; the very choicest goo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 January 1912

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 January 1912

== I I s-; I PIS 'i.'I ' I Don't Be Fooled By the line of talk the spectacle ped- ler puts up. He depends on his abili- ty to talk you into buying his glasses. If he has the "gift of gab" to talk you into buying that's all be needs. He doesn't need to give you lasting satis- faction because one sale to a person is all he hopes to make. We test your eyes free and if you need glasses we fit you correctly and guarantee abso- lute satisfaction. And we are here to make that guarantee good. If your eyes are troubling you, come in and see us. CULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, ✓ ✓ ✓ * Texas luniKOiian^iiaa^^ J. R. Padgitt of McKinney, came down Saturday night and returned home Sunday after- noon with Mrs. Padgitt, who had been visiting for some time at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Walter W. Walker. Mrs. Walk- er and little son accompanied tbem to McKinney. George A. Alexander of Gar- land, has been appointed Justice of the Peace for Precinct No. 8, to succ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 January 1912

If'"/! I < KS11 mm. ft. $' «M; 'ii it E i fc fai-v . "' THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOJIN^ DAVIS, Editor dnd Proprietor MESQUiTE, - "te: XAS Probably when the modern heroin# "shrinlcstnto herself." she merely draws In her claws. As Mocha coffee Is grown In Brazil, the Italian bombardment of -that city won't stir up your coffee. The man who used dog hairs in snaking counterfeit bills might be cured by a bite of the dog. Perhaps you think you know how to pronounce Delhi, but It will do no harm for you to look It up. Several Cincinnati school girls have proved that they can live on seven cents a day. But will they 7 Another Austrian archduke drops his title. Ah, If some Americans were only allowed to pick them up! Almost any many can live to be 100 years old If he can dodge the butcher, •the baker and the candlestick maker. A Boston preacher has quit the pul- pit to go into the coal business. Con- tinuing to make it hot for the sinner? . The stealing of pictures from French art galleries co...

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