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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 1 March 1912

' ifiy 1.1 fyyWEm''- I When • £ Buying g J Baking \ • Powder * 8 B | For this is $ 0 the baking g | powder that 0 g 'makes the § H baking better." g ■ It leavens the food Q m, evenly throughout; a * puffs it up to airy ■ 0 lightness, makes it | g deiightfullyappetiz- g g ing and wholesome, g ft Remember, Calumet a 5j is moderate in price £ ■ —highest in quality. 3 *[ Ask your grocer for ® H Calumet. Don't take fl g a substitute. g « 0 BAKING PQWD I ^°T MADE BY THE TRuSI f fticpow baking po CHICAGO FINEST QUALITY LARGEST VARIETY GII.T EDGE tho only ladles' shoe dressing lliat, positively contains oil... Blacks nn<l Polish™ ladles' uml children's boots and shoes, shines without rubbing, 2c, "French tiloss," IOo. HTAIt cotnolnation for cleaning nn«t polishing all kinds of russet, or urn allocs, |0c. "Handy" siie S5c, - - ._r_ Jlv" MTICK W HITI] (In liquid form with sponge) quickly cleans and whitens dirty run tag shoes. UHIVI lulekly Ue and itfte. IIABV H.ITE comblnntlon for gentlom...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 1 March 1912

1902 Ten Years 1912 This week completes the tenth year of our history as a National Bank. We have been through some rough places. No depositor has ever lost a cent which he put in this bank. We ask your careful persual of the consolidated statement below, which shows "where we are: Resources. Loans and discounts - - $106,638.60 U. S. Bonds and Other Securities 25,630.84 Banking House and Other Real Estate 18,218.84 Cash in Vault, With Other Banks and U. S. Treas 41,299.55 TOTAL $186,787.83 Liabilities. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $ 61,290.39 Circulation 25,000.00 Deposits - - — - 99,417,44 Cashier's Checks - 1,080.00 Money Borrowed — — NONE Total $186,787.83 The First National Bank OF MESOUITE J. C. Rugel, Pres. S. B. Marshall, Y. Pres. R. S. Kimbrough, Cashier. Get More Money. Are you satisfied that your pres- ent position is equal to your abili- ty, or do you think you are capa- ble of something bigger? Many a man hangs on to a small posi- tion when a little training of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 March 1912

IHiwto HlfSS Pill #MMm$ 9l*f Ubnn oa Capitol Sexas ^ ^ _ V shmhi By John E. Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS , FRIDAY, MARCH.8,1912 Vol.XXX No. 36 NOTICE STRAW VOTE FAVORS WILSON | TT "ir We are receiving new goods all the time and you will miss something if you fail to come in when in town. All kinds of household goods, candies, post cards, school supplies, etc SPECIAL THIS WEEK Rugs, only.. Nice umbrellas, Extra large broom. Fine washboard ... Five gallon oil can $1.25 • . 50c .30c 15c 35c i AND MANY OTHER BARGAINS FiftyvThree Texas Educators Express Choices for Presi< dental Candidate at St. Louis. The Bovell Co. Mfcsquite Texas wammam WHAT INSURGENCY REALLY IS. By a Slandpat Republican. [Which makes us stronger in the; most of conclusion that insurgency is a good thing.—Editor] The destruction of represent- ative government, and the sub-, stitution of organized m'>b rule s the fundamental basis of in- surgency. The theory of repre- sentative government is that men of wisdom and abil...

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

fc •• m : i * \ i i h ■ 1 IS b t B K : JHm - 91 H " • 0: ■:: '1# ' ■ ' f: 1fH THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN t. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQUIT33, TEXAS The spring styles In women's gar* merits are not a bit reactionary. The United States possesses 1.750.- 000 guinea fowls, all In good vole# and training. The only effective way to make a building fireproof is to build it at the bottom of the sea. Then there is also the Joker in tht, box office who sells you "good" seats behind a pillar. la he not a great hu- morist T The Krupp works are about to tarn out the largest gun ever made. When not in use it can be used as a nest for the dove of peace. A government official tells ua that the average life of a dollar bill la 14 months. We bad been led to suspect that it was 14 minutes. An Ecuadoran mob has stormed a Jail and lynched five generals. We understand that Ecuador has a large aupply of generals left Although the weather bureau makes occasional mistakes, in announcing that January was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 March 1912

. WsafflH TURNED BUND ALMOST FELL Mrs. Hansen Says At First Her Case Seemed Hopeless, but She Finally Won Out. Mobile, Ala.—"For seven years." •ays Mrs. Sigurd Hansen, of this city, "I suffered with womanly troub- les, and, at last, was operated on. I felt better for a time, but soon I had the same trouble as before. I had dizzy spells, and would turn blind and almost fall over, I had pains In my back aud side, and was Q£t. able to work. Half the time I could not eat any breakfast, and I always felt weak and bad a headache. One day, my husband got me a bot- tle of Cardul, and 1 tried it. I felt better, so I took some more. Now, I am well and feel fine. My doctor Bays I am looking better than ever. I have a good appetite and sleep well. It la all due to Cardul. I only wish every suffering woman would try it. They would soon feel as good as I do." You may be sure, when Cardul will relieve and cure such a serious case as that of Mrs. Hansen, that it will, much more quickly and certainl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 March 1912

The TEXAS MESQUITER John E. Davis, Editor and Publisher Established 1882. Subscription $1.00 Per \ ear Published Every Friday at Mesquite, 1 exas Enterei Texas, Mesquite, courvrV; ss ASSOC# Second Class Matter FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1912 The State of Texas lost a valuable citizen when Judge James H. Robertson died at Austin the other dav. He wasn't always on the right side, but he was a very able, patriotic and useful citizen. The Commerce Commercial intimates that it will be an easy matter to line Texas up for fctael Ohio Governor. The Commercial is edited by a lady and we cannot afford to take issue with her but just let some man editor say that! If the women want the ballot, let them have it. If their husbands and fathers vote them they will make the country no worse than it is; if they vote independently, we had rather trust them than the men, where a moral question is involved. Roger Sullivan's clan was almost wiped off the map in the recent municipal primaries in Chicago. Now, if th...

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

( Bucnu' .PAiMEiro pn ^bnd&tr We have purchased and will receive in a few days a complete assortment of Penslar excellent remedies. WHuolir POST CARDS:—Just received a shipment of beauti- ful post cards, reproductions of paintings of Charles Dana Gibson, the creator of the Gibson Girl. CULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, / * * Texas Underwent an Operation. I Local and Personal. L. Z. Miller of Lawson was Saturday. Frank Wood of Rockwall, was nere Wednesday. William Porter of McKinney. was a visitor here Sunday. A daughter was born to R. L. Tyler and wife on March 1. J. H. Cole of near Lawson, was in Mesquite Wednesday. Miss Ruth Bovell visited rela- tives in Dallas several days this week. Carl Cunningham of The Mes- quiter force, visited in Richard- son Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Rugel went to Dallas Monday to hear Gipsy Smith preach. Rev. H. C. Marcum of Anson, visited relatives here several days this week. Talmage Keefe, who is employ- ed in a Dall...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 March 1912

IMG CAN DOUBT SWORN TESTI- MONY OF HONEST CITIZENS? Bruno time ago I began the uae ot your Swamp-Root with the most re- markable result)). For years I was WUnost a wreck and was a great sulfer- ar. The doctors who treated me made fme believe that my great sullerings mere due to female trouble. 1 was so (bad at times I would faint away and *u d sinking spells. Finuily a new doc- Kr was called in and he said that i d kidney trouble uud gave me modi cine, ol which I took several bottles. J •btallied some relief from this, but 1 mus getting weaker all the time; i could not sleep and suffered so much main that my husband and children jbnd to lift me in and out of bed. After this time two friends sent me word *o try Swamp-Root, which I did, and I am glad to state that the first dose cave ,me great relief. After taking the third dose I was helped into bed Mad slept half of the night. I took several bottles of Swamp- Root and I feel that 1 owe my life to this wonderful remedy. The two fam- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 March 1912

«mH ! WHERE DOCTORS FAILED TO HELP '-ydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound Restored Mrs. Green's Health— Her Own Statement. Covington, Mo. —"Your mcdicine has done me more good than all the doc- tor's medicines. At everymonthly period I had to stay in bed four days because of hemorrhages, and my back was so weak I could hardly walk. I have been taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound and now I can stay up and do my work. I think it is the best medicine on earth for women." —Mrs. Jennie Green, Covington, Mo. How Mrs. Cllno Avoided Operation. Brownsville, Ind. —"I can say that Lydia E. Pinkham'B Vegetable Compound has done me more good than anything else. One doctor said I must be opera- ted upon for a serious female trouble and that nothing could help me but an operation. "I had hemorrhages and at times could not get any medicine to stop them. I got in such a weak condition that I would have died if I had not got relief soon. "Several women who had taken your Compound, told m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 March 1912

YOU KNOJJf WHO IS GUARDING®, YOUR ONEY fMhWHEN IT IS IN 1 £TI01V/|/ BANK A National Bank is an absolutely safe place to put your money, because the United States Govern- ment examines regularly all National Banks. Ask our patrons how we treat them. Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank OF MESOUITE. Mebane Triumph Cotton Seed for Sale. Cotton that made 40 per cent lint. I ginned twelve bales at onetime, so these seed are pure Mebane seed from early picking. These seed were grown from Mr. Mebane's special selection in 1910, for which I paid $2,50 per bushel. The seed I offer are identically the same grade as those Mr. Mebane sells at the State Pair at $2.00 per bushel— his agent told me so. You can get all you want of me for $1.00 per bushel. W. R. Anderson, Route 1, Forney, Texas. Solo—Annie Slater. Cross questions, crooked an- swers.—Bennie Hearn and Vera Wynn. Queries—Rae Hanby. Journal- -David Tisinger. Critic—Mr. Smith. Welcome Rains. Showers, coming intermittent- ly th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 March 1912

* *'«f. • «% ®I)C $££<10 Si U . i . n Capli.l By John E. Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 15,1912 Vol. XXX No. 3 BOVELL CQ| For all kinds of household goods, no- tions, etc. Candies, post cards, staple dry goods, hosiery, undwear,ties, collars shirts and overalls. The largest as- sortment of ready trimmed hats and flowers that can be seen anywhere. See us before you buy Easter candies and cards. The Bovell Co. JERKED DOWN DY COLT THIGH IS BROKEN Mesquite Texas COULDN'T STOP IT, Indiana Man's Experience with an Automobile The story of the man who hitched himself to an ox and then galloped through town, vainly be- seeching somebody "stop us," or "head us off" finds an up-to- date parallel in the case of John Hicks of Wolf Lake, Ind., who recently purchased an automo- bile. The car was delivered to Mr. Hick's farm. Early the next morning he essayed his first drive. His instruction book was his teacher and step by step he followed its orders, starting his motor and ••otiirisr fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 March 1912

THE TEXAS MESQUITER , JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor 1 MES QUITE, - - - TEXAS Wrestlers may win In straight fall*, tut aeroplane racfcra, never. Automobiles would be even more popular if they did not smoke. A fireproof building is always fire- proof as long as there ia no fire in the •vicinity. The man who pays $27,000 for ft Bible doeB not expect to get $27,000 worth of reading out of it. A wealthy soap manufacturer ad- dressed the hobo convention at Cin- cinnati and escaped without a scratch. How fickle is humanity. In gammer we kick about the high cost of ice, And in winter we trample it under foot A Baltimore man has been on the operating table 24 times. He must be the fellow who casts the scattering "vote. The conning towers on the battle- ships outnumber and outrank the cu- ipolaB on the temple of peace at The Hague. A doctor told a woman's club "how to make a child sick." His talk could lie Bpread usefully for the benefit of grown-ups. They call it the United States ot ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 March 1912

1 I Advertising Talks E OCXXXXXXXXXXX) EFFICIENCY IN ADVERTISING Can Only Be Obtained Through Good Salesmanship and Good Busi- ness Methods. Byron W. Orr at the last meeting of the Toledo Ad club delivered an en- tertaining talk on "Advertising Suc- cesses and Their Reason." He said among other things: "Advertising successes mean what? Profit making. "Merchants are in business to make money—profits. Statistics show that a large percentage of merchants en- gaged in business make a fizzle of it. "The maximum of legitimate profit comes through the efficiency of adver- tising, salesmanship and correct busi- ness methods. Many merchants are wasting fully 90 per cent of their ad- vertising expenditure through ineffi- cient store service. It is only when each employe is giving the business his best thought and efforts that your advertising will be placed on a 100 per cent basis." Mr. Orr, who was advertising man- ager for a big New York store, several years ago, told of the preliminary wor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 March 1912

PP' The TEXAS MESQUITER John E. Davit, Editor and Publisher Established 18Q2. Subscription 11.00 Per Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Entered at Mesquite, Texas, as Second Class Matter C Ojj ISJ f'y AS SOCIAL FRIDAY, MARCH 15,1912 Gov. Hadley of Missouri, doesn't like the "Houn' Dawg" song. Perhaps Gov. Hadley is jealous of the fame of thia'^issourian," recently brought to prominence. If there is any place where Gov. Harmon is es- pecially strong, his friends ought to hurry up and pull off a convention there, to demonstrate his strength. The Ohio Governor seems to be a bad third at this stage of the game. "The people? I am the people," says Chairman Sheb Williams.—Houston Chronicle. Col. Williams is one. There are 8,869,541 others, to say nothing of the increase since April 15,1910. Literature sent out from Harmon headquart- ers in Ohio, quote Congressman Martin Dies as favoring Governor Harmon as the Democratic Presidential nominee, This paper, whfle recog- nizing som...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 March 1912

buchu paimeiio Sv 8HSKS We have purchased and now have in stock a complete assortment o f Penslar excellent remedies. POST CARDS:—Just received a shipment of beauti- ful post cards, reproductions of paintings of Charles Dana Gibson, the creator of the Gibson Girl. CULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, * ✓ / / Texas C Local and Personal. A. Rockhold of Dallas was here Monday. T. J. Haney of neai Kleburg, was here Friday. D. E. Cole of near Lowson, was in Mesquite Tuesday, County Commissioner J. Matt Hamilton was here Saturday. L. Z. Miller and T. A. Jett of near Lawson, were here Satur- day, A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Marshall on March 13. Miss Edna Rugel, who is teach- ing at Garland, spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolk here. W. B. Ebrite of Muncie, Ind., is here, a guest of his brother L. C. Ebrite and sister, M rs. A. C. Nafus. J. C. Rugel attended the meet- ing of the shareholders of the National Temperance Life Ins. Co., in Dallas Tu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 March 1912

m rmjsr % •/ sS c *> Ssfr Your# for uni- formity. Your* for great- est leavening power. Your* for never failing results. Yours for purity. Yours for economy. Your* for every- thing that goes to make up a strictly high grada, ever- dependable baking powder. [ That is Calumet. Try | it once and note the im- > provement in your bak- ing. See how much mora ieconomical over the high- priced trust brands, how much better than tho cheap and big-can kinds. Calamet is highest in qnality —moderate in cost. Received Highest Award- World's Pure Food Exposition* Free C- or Plans for any rooms yon want to decorate You can have the pret- tiest walls in your town, at the least cost. Out expert designers will plan the work for you FREE. Get This Book 20 Pretty Rooms —we will mall yon s copy Free. It tells how to bare the beat dcco- ratinc at least cott. la full of neu color icbeme* and ibowi •Ixtee* of the exquisite Alabasilne tints, famous for tbelr soft, refine* qualities. The Beautiful Wail...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 March 1912

— — _ ——— KIDNEY TROUBLE RELIEVED IN TWO HOURS. • A SPEEDY*' CURE T derived so much benefit from the tise of Dr. KIlmer'B Swamp-Koot that 1 believe It will be most important for the publio to know of its worth. Last November I was suffering se- verely with kidney and bladder trou- ble. The burning pain was terrible. 1 sent to you for one trial bottle of Swamp-Root and it relieved me in about two hours. After taking the small trial bottle, could feel no more pain, so purchased one ilfty-cent bot- tle of Swamp-Root. After taking the contents have not felt one pain from the kidneys or bladder since. You are at liberty to publish this testimonial should you wish to. Yours very respectfully, W. H. WARREN, R. R. No. 2, Box 39, Qainesboro, Tenn. Sworn to and subscribed before me W. F. Dodson, enacted Justice of the Peace of Jackson Co., Tenn., this 14th day of July. 1909. W. r. DODSON, J. P, Letter to Dr. Kilmer * Co. Bllghmmloa, H. T. Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You Send to Dr. Kilm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 March 1912

I ' 1 I I 1 Hi I i i THE FARMER SOWS WHAT HE EXPECTS TO REAR IF.YOU WI5H A COMFORTABLE OLD ** ME.PLART MONEY IN THE BANK NOW The bank has been the worlds greatest civiiizer. It has done away with highwaymen and enabled honest men to have a safe place to keep their money, and yet have USE of their money. What would you do without a bank? Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank OF MESOUITE. Baseball Notes. Unless the weather interferes, the Dallas County High school leage will open its season Satur- day afternoon with Grand Prairie at Mesquite, Piano at Garland and Lancaster at Ferris. The locals have been practicing and expect to begin the season right by taking the first game. Prophetic: Four years from now Hon. Cecil Simpson will be the successful candidate for county judge." TO MOTHERS AND OTHERS. You can use Bucklen's Arnica Salve to cure children of eczema ashes, tetter, chafings, scaly and crusted humors, as well as their accidental injuries- burns, bruises, etc., with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 March 1912

s ♦ ®l)e ®exas ' !v to*tmm&&!.t#<'W •##-m^imm s|lii3|«ffl suit Librarian Capitol #^-Wjjj HMU By John E. Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 22,1912 T Vol, XXX No. 36 HARNESS We have a very complete line of harness, including bridles, breeching, collars, collar pads, hames, hame- strings, back and belly bands, trace chains, check fh lines and sizes of roping, all at very attractive prices. E'grade Lineolum per square yard - - 50 C Struggle in Human Nature, Forces of Good and Evil. See us for Poultry Wire and Staples Also for Screen Doors and Wire, A Labor Saver Improved Acme Washsng Ma- chine, regular price $10.00 Special at $8.50 Geo. E. Webb West Side Public Square. Telephone 106 Seagoville to Have Trades Carnival. Seagoville has. decided to put on a big Sales and Trade's Carn- ival for Thursday, March 28th. An excellent program has been arranged, consisting of races, ball games, contests, speeches and music. This day will be one of the greatest, biggest and grandest d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 March 1912

iSi, THE TEXAS MESQUITER SB h| ■El I P&rfey;;. it I K- fey JOHN t. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQUITE, TEXAS Why doesn't as Ice floe flow" There seems to be no kind of Insect powder mat is fatal to bumbugs. The forty immortals hare slid back Into obscurity, and all is forgiven. There never before was a time when the world had so many ex-potentates. The peach crop promises to be big enough for cholera morbus pur- poses. Other seeds may be higher this year, but seeds of kindness will cost no more. What a pity that the average man has no place to store away Ice for a dusty day! ▲ 27-pound lobster has been caught •t Atlantic City. It was not accom- panied by a chorus glrL i It was with difficulty that Lake Michigan was kept from freezing from shore to shore this winter. Somebody has said "we are what we We doubt it especially when we •at boiled cabbage and turnips. Doctors saved the life of a New York man whose neck was broken. But he (Will still have to live in New York. China I...

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