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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 January 1912

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Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 January 1912

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 February 1912

V She Scxne Jtlcequiter. By John E, Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1912 Vol. XXX No.31 Quentin D. Corlcy. Candidate for County Judge. The gentleman whose name and likeness appear above has announced as a candidate for the office of County Judge of Dallas county, subject to the Demo cratic primary election, July 27, 1912, and his name will be found in the proper column. M r. Corley was born in Lime- stone county, Texas 28 years ago and came to Dallas in 1891. He graduated at the Oak Cliff High School in 1901 and worked as an office man and stenographer in various business houses until 1905. He had studied civil engi- neering through the Internation al Correspondence Schools dur- ing spare time for two years and left office work to go into engi- neering work, but lost both his hands and his right arm in a railroad accident in September, 1905. As soon as he recovered from the accident, he began the study of law in the offices of Muse & Allen and was admitted to the bar ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 February 1912

®i m W; i NOT ALTOGETHER HIS FAULT | BURN BUILDING TO KILL GERM THE TEXAS MESQUITER , JOHN E. DAVIS, Ed tor and Proprietor MESOIT1TR. TEXAS The cold wave wig wagged to at last Why lsp't the roan "higher up?" lan't he really lower down? One can, when one la hunting for ahocks, find them almost anywhere. This would be a better and happier world to live in did every one try to make it ao. The actora of the c*untry are ex- pected to erect a monument to the man who invented tfie free lunch. A fat man's club waa raided recently in a Virginia town. Naturally, the raiding party expected a atout resist- ance. Paris restaurants are serving roast camel as a delicacy, but there Is no recipe for cooking a camel tn a pa- per bag. Baseball is now to take its place among the polite arts, since it has acquired the graceful possession of a lady magnate. The brother of the former shah, who demands $80,000 of the Persian treas- ury, is named Salari. Are there no "jr's" in Persian. A wife with a gun cam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 February 1912

-.1. ' -J'- Q^heLovfc Story ofA Gray Jacket ~^l> u hrflAjmu* JPAxxAsjr \**r _ luthorofWllBTi WILDERNESS WAS KlNGVU 07 ILLUSTRATIONS BMRTtlURT. WILLIAMSON* cozxsKffTivArjK duPG &CO. jyvTsm^jr^mixv^^iaio^ix^r 8YNOPSI8. The story opens In a Confederate tent at a critical stage of the Civil War. Gen. I>e Imparts to Capt. Wayne an Important message to Longstreet. Accompanied by Sergt. Craig, an old army scout, Wayne starts on his mission. They get within the linos 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 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 ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 February 1912

■BraWlS? 'W'-rM. "■ The TEXAS MESQUITER John E. Davis, Editor and Publisher Perhaps it is well that neither Champ Clark or j ex-Governor Polk, both of Missouri, do not figure i very largely in the list of Presidential possibili- ~~—— ~ Z (ties. In the event that either of them were nom- Subscription $1.00 Per Year i fche fight between the two in that stato Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas orior to the convention might make.it harder tor i udhsjIicu x^vcry ay i ^ Democrats to cavry the state than if a man Established 1882. Entered at Mesquite, Texas, as Second Class Matter from some other state were the nominee. cojj/vry ASSOC! a FRIDAY. FEBRUARY Roosevelt made Taft President and the indi- cations are that he is perfectly willing to undo the job. If Texas doesn't have a presidential primary it, will be because the machine doesn't want to trust the people. The harder the Wall Street influences work toi down Wood row Wilson, the greater his popular- ity grows with thcj rest of...

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

i Seasonable Suggestions Velvatina Massage Mentholatum Artesian Cream Camphor Ice Hind's Honey and Almond Cream We have many such seasonable and useful articles. We invite your in- spection. CULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, ' ' ' ' Texas rss= — Geo. A. Alexander of Garland, who was recently appointed Jus- tice of the Peace of Precinct No. 8, to succeed W.F. Bane,resigned, has also resigned the office and W. D. McCallum of Garland, has been appointed to succeed bim. N. A. Holley, who acquired the place formerly owned by Cleve Moore, near the plant of the Mesquite Gin Co., is erecting a frame building on the lot, to be used as a warehouse. Mr. Hol- ley formerly owned the property just across the street but ex- changed with Bedford Galloway. Local and Personal S. C. Bovell of Dallas, was here Tuesday. J. T. Smith of Reinhardt, was lere Monday. Clayton Stark of Lawson, was lere Saturday. R. G. Chapman of Dallas, was lere Wednesday. A son was born to Jerom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 February 1912

BALTIMORE IS COMING TOTHE FRONT The Baltimore Bargain House Completes Mammoth Structure Til* New 12-story Baltimore Bargain House Building, Baltimore Md. Tbe Baltimore Bargain House bas Just completed a 12-story building, which covers one-third of an im- mense city block, with an estimated floor space of 240,000 square feet. The site is the corner of Baltimore and Liberty Streets and running back to Garrett Street. This building, added to the adjoin- ing buildings which the B. B. H. Salesrooms now occupy, extends over almost 85 per cent, of tbe entire block. All combined the B. B. H. build- ings cove; almost three large city blocks. This includes the building mentioned above and their big Fay- ette Street building, their Clothing Factory, their Warehouse at Scott, Stockholm and Wicomico Streets (which in Itself takes up an entire block), and other buildings about the city of Baltimore. In 1911 the Sales of the B. B. H. amounted to *13,345,789.65. This statement was sworn to before a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 February 1912

<? Good Pi^Wo the trust % \ You'll be de- lighted with the re- suits of Calumet Baking Powder. No disappoints — no flat, heavy, soggy biscuits, cake, or pastry. Just the lightest, daintiest, most uniformly raised and most deli- cious food you ever ate. htfhaatraward World's Pura Food Exposition. Chicago. I0or« NUKTT eiiInm GII.T KDOE tbo only ladies' shoe dressing that positively contains oil.,. Blacks and Pollshoa ladles' and children's boots and shoes, shines without rubbing, 2iic. '• French tiloss," lUc, UTAH combination foreleani kinds of russet or tan shoes, lUc. Dundy" sUo !i5o. QUICK WHITK (in liquid form with sponge) ulckl.v cleaus aud will tuna dirty canvas shoes. witiiiiut ruiiMiilCi «iv> " r rviirii «iiubi>< iui;, STAIt combination for cleaning and polishing alt [IIiils < f nihsof or tan RhimM. llln. ••Ibimlv" Ktm Vfwv 4 • 10c and 26c. DABV JCI.TTF combination for Rentlctnen who take prldo in having their shoes look Al. Restores color and lustro to all blac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 February 1912

J. C. Rugel. Pres. S. B. Marshall, V. Pres. R. S. Kimbrough. Cashier. The First National Bank Capital $50,000 OF MESOUITH. :o: Surplus $10,000 A Conservative Institution With Dependable Service. Your Business Solicitee. Local News. Thq little daughter of Mrs. Laura Groves is recovering from an attack of meningitis. This is the last case of this disease in the community. * '' ' Gets $300 Damages. As an echo of the accident at the plant of the Dallas Pressed Brick Co., located just west of Mesquite, several months ago, in which Walker Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Davis, had his foot badly crushed, a suit for damages was settled by agree- ment in the district court at Dal- las Tuesday. Under the terms of the settlement the Brick Com- | pany pays $300 damages, about $200 of which will go to paying doctor's bills, etc. $100 is to be set aside for the use of the boy when he becomes 21 years of age. * j Death of W. T. Summers. W. T. Summers, whom we re ported as seriously ill in the la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 February 1912

•toii yWKiu c^uoi ®ht ®cxos illcsquiter. By John E, Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9,1912 Vol. XXX No 32 of BOVELL'S Egl BKHEUMB [ For all kinds of candies, fruits* k household goods etc. Our line of school supplies is as complete as can be seen We have added a very large assort- ment of 10c, 15c and 25c flowers. Don't fail to see them. / The Bovell Co. Mesquite Texas Crane, Crosby, Ector, Floyd, Gaines, Hansford, Hemphill,' Hockey, Kimble, Lynn and Moore—all thinly populated counties in the western part of the state -Most of the other counties, in that section have very few negroes. An analysis of the above shows that while Harrison county has more negroes than any other county whex*e they outnumber the whites, the per cent of negro population is greater in Marion county than any other county in the state, while the per cent of negro population in El Paso county is smaller than in any other populous county in Texas. POLL TAX PAYMENTS FOR DALLAS COUNTY Voting Strength of C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 February 1912

if: n ISPp- JOHN C. DAVIS, editor and Proprietor MESQUITE, - • TEXAS Zero days are short, but who cures. New York Is trying to be bigger knd foggier than London. The nearest thing to a durbar that *e have Is a circus parade. It Is the chauffeur, not the auto, that bceda horse sense nowadays. One of the most fragile things In the world is a New Year resolution. It Is Just one blamed pest after an* other. At present it is the mongoose. Prunes are prunes when they are put fn fancy pound boxes and sold at 60 cents. Winter, having thrown off Its dis- guise, may as well do Its worst and get It over. Now la a good time to lay In a sup- ply of mosquito bite remedies. They ought to be cheap. He is a prudent man who Is careful not to burn down the house in hla efforts to keep warm. A peace conference Is In session In 8hanghai. Thus far the hospital list has not been published. One notion of the easiest way to make money is to accept $250,000 for quitting the aviation game. A hotel of 1,000 ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 February 1912

I PECUUAR AFTER EFFECTS ' OF GRIP THIS YEAR, Leaves Kidneys in Weakened Condition Doctors in all parts of the country have been kept buBy with the epidemic of grip which bus visited so many homes. The Bymptoms of grip this year are very distressing and leave the system In a run down condition, particularly the kidneys which seem to suffer most, as every victim com: plains of lame back and urinary trou- bles which should not be neglected, as these danger signals often lead to more serious sickness, such as dread- ed Brlght's Disease. Local druggists report a large sale on Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root which so many people say soon heals and strengthens the kidneys after an attack of grip. Swamp-Root is a great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, and, being an herbal compound, has a gentle healing effect on the kidneys, which is almost Immediately noticed by those who try It. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Dlnghamton, N. Y., offer to send a sample bottle of Swamp-Root, free by mall, to every sufferer ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 February 1912

.. .'<< > •••• ' ■ Bffif The f EX AS MESQUITER John E. Davis, Editor and Publisher Established 1882. Subscription $1.00 Per Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Entered at Mesquite, Texas, as Second Class Matter *4SSS ASSOCjj* FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1912 Thk Roosevelt "boom" has been under way for some time now and if itdosen'tget up more steam soon, we may look for a positive declaration that he would not accept the nomination. One thing can be said to the credit of Presi- dent Taft lie has been President in person and not by proxy, as some people feared he would be. Perhaps the reason that Roosevelt now wants the nomination is because he couldn't use Taft for his dummy. To those who are saying that we cannot have a presidential primary: Where there is a will there is a way. There is nothing in the laws of Texas to prohibit such a primary and if we do not have one in Texas this year it will be simply because the machine has more to hope from convention manipulation ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 February 1912

LIKE A POLITICIAN In some respects this S.tore is like a politician. He wants to win; so do we. Some of them make good their promises while others forget them as soon as they get in office. We are like the honest politician. We do our utmost to make good and a big lot of folks rcelect us their druggists every year. We sell Wright's Liquid Smoke for curing meat. GULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, , * * * Texas J. A. White of near Rose Hill, was in town Friday and inform- ed us of the death of Sherman Wyrick of spinal meningitis, in Oklahoma, recently. Mr. Wyrick formerly lived near Rose Hill, and was well, known throughout this section. BLAMED A GOOD WORKER. "I blamed my heart for severe distress in my left side for two years," writes W. Evan?, Dan- ville, Va.,"but I know now it was indigestion, as Dr. King's New Life Pills completely cured me.1 Best for stomach, liver and kidney troubles, constiy ation, headache or debility.25cents at all druggists I Lo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 February 1912

FREE 1 want every persou who in bilious, consti- pated or haa uny Htoni' hcIi or liver ..ilmeiit to send for u free packnif* oi my Paw-Paw fills. I want to prove thai they positively cure In- digestion, Hour Stom- ach, Belrhiug, Wind, Ueadaolte, Nervous- ness, Sleeplessness and *re an infalllblo euro — - for Constipa lion. To do this I am willing to irlve millions of free pack- ages. I ta!'.. all the risk. Sold by drusrgist. lor 86 cents a vial. For free package address, ifrol. Munyon, 53rd & Jeflenon St*., Philadelphia, Pfc MUNY0Nw5 PAW-PAW PILLS OF THE AGE OF CHIVALRY Fat Victim of Cupid Bashfully Ac- knowledges Real Reason for His Act of Heroism. The smallest boy had broken through the Ice and the fat boy was crawling to his rescue. "Come back, Fatty!" the other boys shrieked.. "You'll bust It all in, an' den youse'll both be drowned!" But the fat boy, flat on his stom- ach and Bpread out to bis widest ex- tent, ignored these warning cries and steadily crept toward the black ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 February 1912

•SfRjiii HELP CAME JUST IN TIME Lady in Pierce Relates An Experi- ence of Interest to all Girls and Women. Pierce, Neb.—Mrs. Dollle Schllow- eky, of this place, says: "Cardul did me so much good! I had dreadful backache and dizziness, and Buffered from pains In my eyes and in the boJck of my head, as well aa low down in my body. Sometimes, it seemed like I would die with the pain. I was compelled to see the doctor, but he did not help me. At last, I began to take Cardul, and three bottles gave me great relief. My health is getting better every day. I can recommend Cardul to suffer- ing women, for it helped me wonder- fully. It is a wonderful medicine." Other women, who suffer as Mrs. Bchllowsky did, should learn from her what to do, to be relieved. Take Car- dul. For women's pains, for female troub- les, for nervousness, for weakness, it is the best remedy you can use, the most reliable you can obtain. For over 50 years, Cardul has been helping weak and miserable women back to healt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 February 1912

i I J. C. Rugel, Pres. S. B. Marshall, V. Pres. R. S. Klmbrough. Cashier, j[ The First National Bank OF MESQUITE. | Capital $50,000 :o: Surplus $10,000 | | A Conservative Institution With Dependable Service. <► Your Business Solicitee. It is pleasant in these times to hear of occu ranees that show the better side of human nature. It s not worth while to hate any >ne. Lifo is too short to cherish • il-will or hard tnoughts. What f that man has cheated you, or hat woman has played you false, ■ -r some friend has forsaken yon? :^et it all pass. What difference vill it make to you in a few years when you go hence to the un- iscovered country? All who reat you wrong will be more sorry for it than you in your deepest grief. A few more smiles, a few more tears, some pleasures, much pain, a little longer hurrying and worrying in the world, some hasty greetings and abrupt farewells, and life will be over, and injurer and in- jured will be laid away and for- fotten. It is not worth whil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 February 1912

tuu Librralna Cupitoi I « / St e. CAB . « *■ •7- She By John E, Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1912 Vol. XXX No. 33 J. C. Rugel, Pres. S. B. Marshall, V. Pres. R. S. Kimbrougti, Cashier. The First National Bank OF MESOUITE. i Capital $50,000 :o: Surplus $10,000 ;; A Conservative Institution With Dependable Service. Your Business Solicited JOE SAP ON LUCK By Joe Sappington There are lots of people who say there is nothing in luck, but I beg to differ from them. I have been a creature of luck ♦ from the time I quit wearing iresses up to late bed time last night. There are two kinds of luck— the good and the bad—and I've had my full share of both. Luck has pulled me out of some hard holes and put me in some pretty deep ones. When I was a small boy going to the Cave Creek' school, good luck kept Sid Mason j and me from getting our hides j tanned b.y the teacher. One da.v | at recess we put a pin in an up-1 ri^ht position in the seat of the' teacher's chair, but before he pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 February 1912

Hlil# mm THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOhfTiTDAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQUITE, - - - TEXAS A new cure for cancer has been dis- covered again. Chicago women smile naturally whether It helps their looks or not France gets a new cabinet more fre- Bueutly than many a man gets a new bat}'' The American farmer will be pleas- ed to know that he Is worth nearly nine billion dollars. If the "tip trust" provokes the travel- ing men to effective resistance it will not have lived in vain. It is said that Yale will have a record-breaking crew. Accent on the record or on the breaking? An English preacher has discovered a cure for snoring. An old-fashioned dig in the ribs works pretty well some- times. Wasp soup Is said to be a delicacy In China, but Yuan Shi does not ap- pear to relish the hornet's nest he has stirred up. Lawn tennis on Ice is the latest ■port. Knowledge of the game might have helped the American players In Australia. Kansas City citizen wants a divorce because his wife keeps thlrty-...

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