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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 January 1912

— ■55 J f ^V&helovF/ Story of A Gray Jacket „ hr ft awatt jrajqx/sjr C^Whor°fWlfEfl WILDERNESS WA<S KING w ILLUSTRATIONS BY^RTOURT. WILLIAMSON cvp&pigtrrxya cj,p* czukg &co. #mw>ar^na^mu.iqnz>qff 15 SYN0P8IS. The story opens In a Confederate tent *t a critical stage of the1 Civil War. den. I^ee Imparts to Capt. Wayne an Important meastkge to Lorjtfslreet. Accompanied by SerKt.; Craig, an old army scout. Wayne starts' on his mission. ..They get within the lines of the enemy and In the dark- ness .yWiiyne Is taken for a Federal of- ficer fcml a young lady on horseback Is givei%ln his charge. Slip la a northern girl and attempts to escape. One tit the horses succuiubH and Craig goes through with the dispatches, while Wayne and My l^ady of (ho North are left alone. They seek shelter In a hut and entering It In the dark a huge mastiff attacks Wayno The Jftrl snorits the brute Just In time. The ffwner the hut. Jed Bungay{- and his -vfife appear and soon a party of hor...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 January 1912

(SATISFACTION 0 OOO-OO-e Is felt by those who have Bank ac- counts these cold wet days when the barn and crib are empty. Funds are needed. Turnover 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 R. S. Kimbrough, Cashier Miss Ins Walker is visiting rel- atives in Denison. Miss Edna Rugel haS been em- ployed to teach in the public school at Garland to fill a vacan- cy caused by the resignation of one of the teachers. The weather turned warmer Wednesday nighfc Or rather, it just suspended operation in or- der to get ready to turn on the cold air in earnest,—at least that's what happened yesterday. •rwMuftu Knicker—Does y<mr watch keep railroad Chief Becker—Yea; it ig ftlvm beiaf regulated. CAVE 'KM SATTLt. • i, "I presume," sneered the cottager to the returning fisherman, "that all the big fish got away." i "Yes," answered the angler, "but -some of them had to reso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 January 1912

is .. - ofk XAS She csquiter. «i'ii h %■= •< ., j; > ■■$ By John E, Davis. Something New IN 5c - 10c - 25c Goods i jj * ■'l ' We have tne prettiest line of dinner plates ever offered for the money, the set only 40c Ladies, we have just completed a rest room especially for your benefit. When in town and you want to rest, or have a package or bundle you want to dispose of for a while, cone in and make yourself at home. You will find a mirror, comb and brush, comfortable chairs, etc. We mean all the ladies, young and old. The Bovell Co. J. W. Bovell, Manager. NorSide Square. Mesquite, Texas. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19,1912 TEXAS APPLES BRING SPLENDID DIVIDENDS Vol. XXX No. 30 NO PRODUCT PAYS ANY BETTER TEXAS FIGURES SHOW. 5,000,000 TREES BEARING Negro Had Nine Lawyers Got Two Years in Pen A negro by the name of Polk, arraigned in Criminal District court No. 2 at Dallas Tuesday, on a charge of being connected with a gambling house run under the guise of a negro club, evi-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 January 1912

A THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOIWT DAVIS, Editor and Propriety, MESQUITE, t TEXAS Another American millionaire ha* bought a Scotch castle. Hoot, monl | • |p6i£ " ii®®" - Keep an eye on the weather or the doctor will have to keep an eye on you. New York's first snowstorm' cost the city $265,000. And It was only fir* inches deep. Think of the nerve of a swindler -who tries to work a gold brick game on a crowd of stock brokers. As we understand the hotel waiters, they are willing that the tipping hab- it shall be abolished, provided— Another victory for Turkey. A Col- orado farmer tried to use an ax on a cobbler and almost cut his hand off. i if Duelling In France is becoming a dangerous pastime. Duellist the oth- er day tripped and sprained his ankle. . Forty per cent of the people living iz. New York are foreigners. Chicago continues to be the greatest American city. The woman who entered suit against a railroad for "loss of her complex- Ion," w.as simply suing for her think. ft Is proposed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 January 1912

■4' i -*• I ^ i | • • 111 IS A SEVERE SICKNESS LEAVES 3 ; THEJODNEYS WEAK After recovering from a severe •pell of sickness some time ago, I was all run down and suffering from poor blood. I would have pains in my back and hips and my "kidneys bothered me all the time. I started' taking Swamp* Root upon the recommendation of a friepd and found It Was just what I needed. My blood became all right and after taking a few bottles, I was surprised at the effect it bad on my kidneys. They were entirely cured and I have much to bp thankful for that your great remedy'did for me. Yours very truly, W. O. BLACKMON, • Phenlz City, Ala.. -,? Sworn to and subscribed before m& this'the litH day "of July,* 190#." ■ W. J. 1SIRS, Justice of the Peace!. Ult.r id !>r. Klpner A Co. Blmtlnmiim,. H. T. Prove ,Wh4t Swamp-Root Will : Do FafVoii Sefid tt> Dr. Kilmer & -Go.,- Blngham- ton, /N. if., for a sample bottle. It will conviitffo. .gnyone. You will also re- ceive a,: booklet of valuable, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 January 1912

The TEXAS MESQUITEK. John E. Daris, Editor and Publisher Established 1882. Subscription $1 00 Per Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas K a to red hi Mesquite, Texas, as Second Class M atari .^^AS...COO Nry; :^iSASS0Ct| Of course, Peary did a «real work in discovering the North Pole, but the roan who delivered milk at 8 o'clock yesterday morning is something of a hero himself. -San Antonio Express. Thk feat of Pearv was a great scientific one, but it profited nobody but Peary, himself. So after all. the milkman rendered the most practi- cal service. And then you are sure he perform- ed the service, because you found the milk on the doorstep, but there is no such tangible evidence to prove that Peary discovered the Norih Pole. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19 , 1912 The time for the payment of poll taxes is get- ting short. The man who fails to provide himself with a voting certificate has only himself to blame, as everybody lias had ample warning. A Magazine writer says that Ollie James,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 January 1912

' , ip1 j. ■■Mi ' rnMm Tnw iS vf'.l -No Occasion for Alarm- Eminent physicians in Dallas and elewhere say there is no occasion fur alarm on accouft of the prevalence of men- ingitis, but at the same time, they urge people to use sani- tary methods anc encourage the use of disenfectants, which promote good health at all times. ATOMIZERS from $1.00 $1.50. The importance of the Spray can not be too strongly urged. Formaldehyde and all Disinfectants on hand. CULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mes quite, Texas Death o! Little Girl. Local and Personal SNAPSHOTS! R. E. Hall of Elam, was here lesday. B. E. Wyatt of Dallas, was a visitor here Sunday. | H. W. Lawson, of Lawson, was here Tuesday. Rev. G. C. Harrisson of Gar- land, formerly pastor of the Mes- quite Baptist church, was here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Russell are visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Lon Nolain, in Grand Prairie. Miss Lizzie Walker returned this week from Alvord, where she had been vis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 January 1912

\l & mnum M XfQDZffi Arwm mruQPo LTHOUGH horse ra clng on many of the' most prominent tracks In America has in recent years gone > into eclipse and the 'i huge pulses of days gone by are, to a gi*eat extent, a thing of the past, the breed : ing of thoroughbreds continues and thrives. The market nowadays to not found so much among the own of racing "stables as among that easing percentage of has means and lnclhra ne riding horses. Not the vo^ue of the automobile 8 to b&vif dampened the enthusi of these cross-country riders and ■miters and pblo players who demand a d are willing to pay for special •(■salifications Jp horse-flesh topznotf lioexffd. fftlZN POTTS, % <'■ s ■■■ 23 t-ft; „ BaMWiSw v.: i.;. .... P >*t' ■ . ... Where the Fruit Grow*. Michael CSsey, a politician in San ' Francisco, who haB been in office and on .the city payroll for many years, was ttddresQlfeg a meeting of hi* fel- low-citizens. It was a labor meeting. '•You "Vhe^ must know,."*, spouted Casey...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 January 1912

« iiM I :| •] I i ■ « IBAKINGI POWDER BEE lioir mnch better it make* the baking SEE how innoh more unl« form iu quality SEE how pure—how good SEE how economical—and SEE that yon get Calumet ' - At your Grocor's Not made by the ingpo BAKING PO CHICAGO *f ■ | |<T I Chest Pains and Sprains Sloan's Liniment is an ex- cellent remedy for chest and throat affections. It quickly relieves congestion and in- flammation. A few drops in water used as a gargle is antiseptic and healing. Here's Proof " I have used Sloan's Liniment for years and can testily to its wonderful efficiency. 1 have used it for sore throat, croup, lame back and rheumatism and in every case it gave instant relief/' REBECCA JANE ISAACS, Lucy, Kentucky. SLOANS LINIMENT is excellent for sprains and bruises. It stops the pain at once and reduces swell- ing very quickly. Sold by all dealers. Price, 25cm, BOc$1.00 Sloan's Treatise on the Horse sent free. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan stainproof top for table Sho e Polishes FINES...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 January 1912

$ 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. Rugcl, President S. B. Marshall, Vice-President R, Sf Kimbroughj Cashier t m Tailor Shop Burglarized. K '' ' M p p I ■Bk ?■; iv>-f, ■' n W,''. ff; mir: , "J ■■ ■ Some time Tuesday night gome unknown party or parties broke into the tailoring shop of Grady Nunn and carried off about ten suits of clothes and a number of pairs of pants of tbe total value of $200.00 or more. Entrance was effected by cutting away the screen from a window in the west side of the building and raising the lower sash. The Sheriff and police depart- ments at Dallas were immediate- ly notified as were the officers in nearby towns, but up to the time of going to press no clue had been obtained that would lead to the identity of the burglar or burgla...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 January 1912

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 January 1912

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 January 1912

HH a s be / / :'1 | I | i f LS * t 3 f .ft > ®he Sexas Jllcsquitec. Ctftlt Librarltt Capital By John E. Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26,19li Vol, XXX No. 31 Only Four Days Remain in Which to Pay Poll Taxes All those who have not provided themselves with poll tax receipts by midnight next Wednesday will be denied the privilege of voting next year. While Mesquite has paid up pretty well, it is quite evident that there are a number of citizens in this pre- cinct who have neglected this important matter. Payments up to Wednesday for Mesquite and sur- rounding boxes, as furnished us by Chas. A. Tosch, chief deputy in office of the Tax Collector at Dallas, are as follows: Mesquite, 206 Lawson, 59 Seagoville, 109 Kleburg, 47 Rylie, 93 Elam, — 39 Scyene, 39 Bayles, 48 New Hope. 56 Rose Hill 92 Long Creek,.... 42 The leading country boxes are as follows: Garland, • • . .304 Lancaster, 260 Grand Prairie, 225 Mesquite, 206 Richardson, 163 Cedar Hill, 153 Total poll tax payments f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 January 1912

I f it If IV1 If t ' :J ' | THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Propriftor MESQUITE, - TEXAS It's almost H8 easy to give good ad< ▼Ice as It Is not to follow It Among the things that we were not thinking of ordering 1* a new alpha* bet Persons with not. other form of amusement can wat<ih the days grow longer. It Is difficult for some men to be good when they have a good chance to be otherwise. . ■ ' A fresh egg of the season comes straight from a fresh chamber of tho cold storage warehouse. St. Louis girl, twelve years old. wants a divorce. Some of them cer- tainly acquire the habit early. Germany has seventeen dirigible war . balloons and England 1b fortu- nate In being too busy to worry. A Connecticut woman found a dia- mond in a leg of lamb. And she wasn't anywhere near Winsted at the time. A girl umpired a baseball game In California the other day. Those Cali- fornia women certainly are heroines. An Imperial edict In Pekln orders the cutting off of queues. Switch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 January 1912

vyfi : -,.j |;;7 9 / f 'i / w I iMYil/ADTCQF flSlN Love Stow or A GratJacket r~''7> by Ajvda&i, flajvxxsjr C;'^Xu(horcfWnB^ WILDERNESS" WA£ KlNG"?U w ILLUSTRATIONS BMCfflURT. WILLIAMSOkf 9 ZJ co&yp/GxrxyA cjiv cj,upg &<:o. i? SYNOPSIS. The story opens In a Confederate tent ftt a critical stage of the Civil War. Gen. Lee Imparts to Cupt. Wayne an Important message to Longstreet. Accompanied by Serge Craig, an old army scout. Wayne «tarts on his mission. They get wltnln 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 clrl and attempts to escape. One of the horses succumbs and Orulg 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 owner of the hut, Jed Bungay, and bis wife appear and soon a party of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 January 1912

The TEXAS MESQUITER John B. Davis, Editor and Publisher Established 1882. Subscription $1.00 Per Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Entered Mesquite, Texan, as Setfond Class Matter It is not our put-in. but if the Mesquitbb were published in the citv of Dallas it would help the Times Herald whoop 'em up for a ground floor auditorium in the new city hall. The city hall will belong to the people and not to the men who hold positions in the city government. The audi- torium would be a great thing for Dallas. ASSOC! £ FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1912 Erw- mi For the last time, the Mbsqciter urges you to pay your poll tax. Of course the Colonel is out of politic*, but we notice that he hasn't out up any lightening rods. That good grows out of every evil is attested by the fact that the meningitis scare has result- ed in a general cleanup campaign in nearly every town in Texas. Political Announcements. Sunny Jim Sherman does not appear to shine as Vice President of the United States, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 January 1912

W?1 % Seasonable Suggestions Velvatina Massage Mentholatum Artesian Cream Camphor Ice Hinds Honey and Almond Cream i %. We have many such seasonable and useful articles. We invite your in- spection. GULUIM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palaee Drug Store Mesquite, ' " ' Texas Local and Personal i! J. R. Caldwell Announces. In the proper column will be found the name of J. R. Cald- well, who announces this week for the office of public weigher of precinct No. 4, subject to the Domocratic primary election, July 26, 1912. Mr. Caldwell is a long time resident of this section and is a mostestimable and clever gentle- man. We bespeak for his cand- idacy the thoughtful consider- ation of the voters of the pre- cinct. j*i 1 M si C. C. Wynn of New Hope, was here Wednesday. A son was born on Jan. 25 to N. L. Tivis and wife. A. daughter was born to Y. R. Bobbitt and -wife on Jan. 18. County Commissioner J. Matt Hamilton of Garland, was here Tuesday. J. F. McCullough was in Mc- Kinney on busines...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 January 1912

• * : '-iv ;v .', ^ • ju ' . \ •. . '■ ' '• % .. .. , ,%rr ffi i' s£$r: ■ I'-jf.-v MRS. scon WELL AGAIN Good News from Martin Tells of Timely Recovery. Details Regarding the Case. Martic, Tenn.—Mrs. Gennie Scotv, at this city, says: "For years, 1 was troubled, more or less, with womanly troubles. Sometimes I would liave shortness of breath, and smothering ■pells. I tried several doctors, but they only gave me temporary relief. At last I tried Cardui, the woman's tonic, and found it to be the medicine suiting my case. I was quickly re* lleved by it, and now, for the first time in years, I am very well, and eojoy good health. I praise Cardui for these good re- sults. I recommend the medicine to my friends, because I know it is good, safe and reliable. It helped aie wonderfully, and I can truthfully say that Cardui is the best medicine I lave ever taken." Be sure that Cardui. the woman's tonic, will bring you help, if you will ase it regularly, and for a reasonable length of time. You ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 January 1912

4 -V ' :y> .•'p,v."i ./Mil ■.r it . ; Tra IB easy enough to be pru- dent When nothing tempts you to stray; Then without or within no voice of sin Is luring your soul away. But It Is only a negative virtue Until It Is tried by flre And the life that Is worth the honor of earth Is the one that resists desire. MEAT DISHES FROM LEFT-OVERS. Meat Is so costly that never a scrap should be wasted. The bones can be used In soup and the gristle and tougb portions likewise. Breslau of Beef.—Mix a pint of chopped cold cooked beef with the yolks of three eggs; add a half pint of stock, two tablespoonfuls of butter and a half cup of bread crumbs, a cup of thin cream, a teaspoonful of Bait and one of minced parsley, and pepper to taste. Put into buttered ramekins and set in a pan Of water to bake in the oven. Cover with buttered paper and bake thirty minutes. Ham Tlmbales.—Beat two eggs, add three-fourths of a cup of rich milk and a quarter of a cup of cream, one cup of chopped cold cooked ham,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 January 1912

R;' • •1 1 v v: m '■ jjptjjj I f &W)&ir j ■'<> : ■'■■!!■'s !i ~«'''! ff&v* ^^V.. V --"' ■ I ■ £ £{ •SNVWW*' wiw! is •sir*. •-.. - Wt Mm < ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦<♦>♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦' $fr;: % Wm iiffe1 The Misfortune of an Old !: Negro Man Monday's Dallas News Contained the Following! Pittsburg, Texas, Jan. 21.—An old negro sold sold his cotton recently and put the money—$75—away in an old trunk. He went to get the money later and found rats had made a nest of it. He brought the bits of paper to a local bank and the scraps were sent to the department at Washington for redemption. New money was is- sued for $55. ' , Don't let this happen to you. Put your money where it is safe from rats, theft and fire. The best place to keep your money is with The First National Bank OF MESOUITE. K 11: I FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS blow with terrific force at tde far north and play havoc with the skin, cauing red, rough or sore chapped hands and lips, that need Bucklen.s Arni...

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