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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 March 1912

A1> ——— V, ' I 1- 6J3 <&> X HERE are many kinds of fools. Now, will every- body please sit still until they are called upon spe- cifically to rise? I hnd been every kind of fool except one. I had expended my patrimony pretended my matrimony, played poker, lawn-tennis, and bucket- shops—parted soon with my money in many ways. But there remained one role of the wearer of cap and bells that I had not played. That was the seeker after buried treasure. To few does the delectable furor come. But of all the would-be followers ln# the hoof-prlnts of King Mldaa none has found a pursuit so rich in pleasurable promise. But, going back from my theme a while—as lame pens must do—I was a fool of the sentimental sort. I saw May Martha Mangum, and was hers. She was eighteen, the color of the •white Ivory keys of a new piano, beau- tiful, and pqssessed by the exquisite solemnity and pathetic witchery of an unsophisticated angel doomed to live In a small, dull, Texas pralrie-town. May Ma...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 March 1912

>'s<' wm it m 1; The TEXAS MESQUITER John B. 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 COU/y^p ASSOCt£ The retirement of Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, the pure food expert of the Agricultural Department at Washington, has occasioned sincere regret all over the country. Dr, Wiley has been of more real service to the country than any man connect d with the Government. FRIDAY. MARCH 22,1912 If the Republicans want a real progressive, aen La Follette is the man. Certainly the poles are good for something. They provide a handsome revenue for their dis- coverers. The baseball players are getting their pictures in the papers these days oftener than the states- man. Which reminds us that spring is near. The Colonel was asleep when the news from North Dakota came and they didn't wake him up. It is always unpleasant to be waked up and told bad news. Sixteen to two is the r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 March 1912

The Right Time of the year to clean up your premises and paint your buildings is here. LINCOLN CLIMATIC PAINT is the only paint made especially for this climate and will give the best service. It is from 1 to 3 pounds per gallon heavier than any other paint on the mar- ket and is therefore the cheapest. We have a full line of buggy and wagon paints, var- nishes, Japalac, enamel, etc. Laying New Pipe. Recently the pipe which con- veyed the gas from the acety- lene plant owned by Cullom <& Chapman and K. of P. lodge to the drug store of the former and to the hall of the latter has been developing leaks so often that it was difficult to keep the lights running. This week the old pipe is being taken up and new pipe relaid. Two Deaths. CULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, * ' " ', Texas C Local and Personal, Ben Badgett of Forney was in town Friday. Fred Dieeman of Reinhardt, was here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Florence spent a few days this week with ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 March 1912

ECZEMA AND ITCHING ERUPTIONS Dentist Says Reslnol Works Like Magic. More and more are the wonders ot ftoslnol. No itching surface but what Is relieved inatantly by its use, and (be list of diseases which are perman- ently benefited is growing dally in •umbers and cases. This dentist saye it is the real thing. Glance over what be says: "I have given Reslnol Ointment to patients troubled with Eczema and it always worked like magic. One lady after spending $100 In various ways was cured by tbe use of a 50-cent Jar of Reslnol Ointment. It Is the real thing for Eczema and all Itching erup- tions. T. M. STEVENS, D.D. S., Dover,N.H." Reslnol Ointment is an effectual and reliable remedy in all forms of Inflam- mation, eruption and Irritation of the skin. It is an immediate remedy for Itching or inflamed piles and a great curative application for eczema, tetter, milk crust, pimples, scalds, burns, chil- blains, chapped hands, bolls, felons, cuts and all Inflamed and irritated ■kin surfaces. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 March 1912

v V ' ^ < s - T •t ml to. it nt (til * • n . II U *4, ■t w ifil i TRIED REMEDY FOR THE GRIP. gVGHS ■ COLD Lone Star Steel Road Drag Price $25.00 Indispensable for Level- ing and Grading Roadi. Manufactured by v In Dallai Can be Shipped Immediately. Write AUSTIN BROTHERS NO OBJECTIONS FROM TONY "Lovable Little Chap" Probably Would Not Have Minded a Succes- sion of Tunnels. Being Bunday evening, and the races paving taken place that afternoon, the trains were packed. In one compart- ment a little boy had been Btnding all the way, but before the Journey had proceeded much farther Mrs. Jonea kindly took him on her knee. "Were you very frightened, dear, as we passed through the tunuel?" the gentle lady asked. "Not much," replied the little boy, ehyly. "But I thought you trembled a little as I kissed you," remarked Mrs. Jones, who was not even midille-aged yeL "And what's your name?" "Tony," same the answer. "Then you're a very lovable little chap! And how old are you?" "Twenty-five, m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 March 1912

Wm'zvr f; 'mm. I w iiWv, :.w i I 11^ il# m • •,;. i' . - M m)' '&v Hi YOUNG JUDGE BLOWN START with! '0MC2 KLEBURG You can save money only when you have money. Whe n old age comes don't let it be fettered by the folly of your young days. It is pitable to be old and poor. Bank your money and have your money. We thank our friends and customers for the business given us in the past and wish for all a prosperous year. Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank OF MESQUITE. Robbers Get $150 Worth Stamps and $125 in Cash. of Death of Mrs. Lyles. Mrs. Minnie A. Lyles, wife of C. E. Lyles of Dallas and daught- er of Mrs. A. J. Toppel of Mes- quite, died at her home in Dallas Tuesday morning and her re- mains were brought here for in- terment in the Mesquite ceme- tery Wednesday afternoon. Fun- eral services were conducted by Rev. J. fi. Curry, pastor of the Exposition Park Presbyterian church of Dallas, at the home at 1319 Second ave., in that city. Mrs. Lyles was born in Mes- quite...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 March 1912

' "Ti / i - 4 •a *""*" ..' By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 29,1912 Vol. XXX No. 39 Buy An Oil Stoye Buy an oil stove and save money. We are selling an oil stove that will save its cost in a year's time in fuel. Absolutely safe in every respect. Will cook any thing any other stove will. Takes less room than any other stove on the market—in fact it is the only real substitute for natural gas in existence. We have 20 of them in use this community now and the best rec- ommendation we can possibly give is to refer you to those who are using them. If you are thinking of buying anything of the kind it will pay you to see this co^l oil stove. No smoke; no odor; no blackened vessels, and not as dangerous as your oil lamp. The Bovell Co. Mfcsquite, Texas IBBBOBBram A TRIP TO WEST TEXAS. The Mesquiter editor had oc- casion recently to make a trip to West Texas, traveling in day time i through that section be- tween Sweetwater and Amarillo. It was our first trip to that part of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 March 1912

r I ft' THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQU1TE. - TEXAS Keep your overcoat handy. Time for the weather man to «top Ills had guessing. An Ohio man advertises for a home- ly wife. And in leap year, too. If New York Is to have hold-ups, K should restore the old stage coach. The small boy with bat and ball beat the robin to the green swards. Aviators are doing wonderful stunts, but the toll of death does not stop. The hatleBS man and the slippered woman are two of a kind this weather. A heart throb specialist tells us that It is possible to marry on $10 a week, but why? Dogs once ran under the wagon— *>ow tbey ride on the seat of the automobile. A Chicago man wants a divorce be- cause his wife refuses to cook. What m ridiculous plea! No, gentle reader, there Is no re- semblance between the turkey trot and the chicken reel. A bee travels 48.000 miles to get a pound of honey, but bees are not both- ered by railroad rates. What's In a name? An expert In- forms...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 March 1912

n x*. Some Interfeiiitg^'Fajts Rfegardingv 71 V Pew peopW realize to what extent", their healthluepends" upon the coudi- jtion of the Kidneys. > >'"** The pKysflpA'n ik nearly all casefrrt serious iirnea^, makes a chemical anal* fsls of the vtient's urine.; He«know that unleissthe kidjiefySj nro,'^olrig.' their work properly, the other origans cannot be brought back to health and strength. '"J .... When the kidneys are negiectpd or abused in any way, serious results are sure to Hollow. According to health statistics, ilrfght'a Disease, whichlsj really an advanced form of kidney trouble, caused nearly ten thousand deaths in 1910, in the state of New York alone. Therefore, it behooves ua to pay more attention to the health of these mofet important organa. An ideal herbal compound that has had remarkable success as a kidney* remedy is Dr. Kilmer's SwampUtoot, the grea? Kidney, Liver and Bladder Remedy.;, The mild and healing influence ot this preparation Is soon realized. It* sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 March 1912

The TEXAS MESQUITER Jehn B. DafU, Mitor ni Publiib«r nbliabed 1882 Subscription $1.00 Per Y« r ——JPHHHH published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Botered > Metqulw, Te..., • Sscond M*mr FRIDAY. MARCH 29,1912 HARMON IS TOO OLD. If Judson Harmon ahould be nominated and elected President ol the United States be wou be sixty-seven years of age when he entered upon the duties of that office. Both common sense and history teach us that he Is too old to be nominated There have been twenty-two Presidents elected and of this number only one was as old as Gover- nor Harmon is at this time. William Henry Har- rison was sixty-seven and lived but th.rty two days after being inaugurated. Zacharia Tayloi was sixty-four and he Uved but aUteen month. after becoming President. The Presidency of the United States is a big job—much bigger was fifty years ago. It not only requires a man Tvigorous intellect, but a man with a strong and vigorous body. The candidate of the Democratic party will be calle...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 March 1912

lime Will Preach at Long Creek *'1 if the year to clean up your premises and paint your rildings is here. LINCOLN CLIMATIC PAINT thfc only paint made especially for this climate and rill give the best service. It is from 1 to 3 pounds [per gallon heavier than any other paint on the mar- Let and is therefore the cheapest. [We have a full line of buggy and wagon paints, var- Inishes, Japalac, enamel, etc. A card from Her. Walter Doug- written at Clarkayille,. re | quest* publication of the an | nouncement that he will preach | at Long Creek next Sunday morning and night. He adds 10at he is in a great meeting at iciarkaville this week. Farm Changes Hands. CULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store lesquite, Texas I Q. C. Hanby has purchased from George Harris 85 acres of land, out of what is known as the Tippette place. Mr. Harris had already begun preparations for a crop but will give possession of the place right away. It is an derstood that he will move near Detroit ■ wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 March 1912

j0i$* .: '^|Wl!ti|pl|I^W W' |! i I MP8 Keep yonr troubleB to yourself and tfcey will not expand. Ctoeirtlpntton run Ixs cured without drugs. Xklure'svwn remedy is (iardcld Tw . There's room at the top because ■erne body is always coming down. a <i( UU ?s i u 6 to 14 U i> H. 60c. I'rotrudtng me men haven't sew/e^P^ough to borrowing wi^n theyjJH'jko oiL ravuiVEoiTMA TUra the Old Hiundm KjUUX TO - ■ aire forimi BBS ! v/tv, ptQDdttl TOSlO. You ki formula is plalnl; It to simply yoll Uw most " cbildrou, DO 1 «'r THKHYSTEM UKUVH'S TAinkLnH whitman .ire taktoii. printed t>n e ery &>ttliv° Bt< nut! lro .liLivta5)i-U'N J-tuAT form, 'frowsf luajT, ...i:w Whenever soiie ,, pjetefuatur^JJy •mart slg tells u$-that he's got our •amber we wonde't where he got his adding machine! '■ Perpetual Worth. <:$' . •Why was it kou never married •gain. Aunt Salljfc?" inqaired "Mi*. McClane of an olil colored wopflftn,ln West Vlrginln. * 'Deed, Miss Kille," replied th^ old woman earnestl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 March 1912

I DM ( In i f ■j f The Nurse's Story * * * By TEMPLE BAILEY (Copyright, ma, by Asaociated Literary fmi.) When I went to take charge of Mrs. Darrell's case, I was tired and hair sick. I had been up for nights with a pneumonia patient. 1 tried to beg off, when Dr. Hearn telephoned that be wanted me, but he was insistent. "No one else will do," he Bald. "1 need some one who has imagination." 1 saw his reasons for wanting me as soon as I came Into the big room and looked at the little woman lying among the pillows. The bed was so big and she was so tiny that she was almost lost in all the whiteness. There were pink silk curtains coming down from the ma- hogany canopy, but even these gave no color to the thin face with the big eyes. "He doesn't love me any more," was the statement .made by the pale lips, as I bent over her. "Oh, I'm very sure he does," 1 said soothingly, "but he can't tell you." "Can't he?" she asked eagerly. ''How do you know?" "The fairies told me," 1 said, "now you go...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 March 1912

A f-'teo- ■I if® if B®r* Kc-. Our ositors find many advantages in close relations with this insti- tution. During hard times and lean years we are their help- ful ally. When funds are plenty we care for their surplus, holding ourselves in readiness to return it when wanted. All the time we keep their money, for which we are responsible, actively employed in aiding legitimate enterprises. If you are not a depositor at this bank, why not start an account today? The First National Bank, ^ Capital $50,000, Surplus $10,000, Resources $200,000 J. C. Rugel, S. B. Marshall, R. S. Kimbrough, President. Vice-President. Caashier Hall/A gee. Shortly after 9:00 o'clock Sun- day morning, Miss Lelia Agee left home otensibly to go to Sun- day school. Instead, however, she stopped at Mrs. Amanda Moore's and was united in mar- riage to Taylor Hall, the cere- mony being performed by Rev. W. P. Hail. The bride had made her home with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. B. Gott since she was four years of age and she was...

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

®he ®cxos amto Librarian Capitol 1 By John E. Davis* MHSOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 5,1912 Vol.XXX No. 40 A REMINDER : s '' That we have a very large assortment of Embroidery and Lace, in which you will find some of the greatest bargains you every saw in this class of goods. And Ribbon—We have a laige assort- ment in Taffeta. All kinds of Hose for Men, Women and children Had you thought of this being the time to begin fighting flies while there are not so many? We have the Traps and Sprays. Don't fail to see our oil stove. 'HEW GRAND JURIES ARE EMPANELLED J. C. Rugel of Mesquite is Foreman of One and M. P. Hawthorne a Mem- of the Other. Two new empaneled Grand Juries were Monday. 1 The Bovell Co. J Bob Taylors Dallas Speech Delivered at the State Fair in 1897 Before an Au- dience of Ten Thousand People. "Did you ever rise from your slumbers early enough to wit- ness the dawn of day. When the morning comes forth from her palace in the the sun and un- furls her banner of light on the ...

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

mm RW THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQU1TE, - - - TEXAS Keep out of Mexico. Keep out ol trouble. Big feet may be a Joy. but moBtly to <tb«> shoemaker. A Missouri girl demands $20,000 for ■even kisses. Prices are going up er •ry day. China's republic seems to have quite as much trouble as the defunct monarchy. At this time of the year almost any "baseball scribe can bat .300 In the Hope league. • ii i mi i i Accidents will happen. A New York Jndge has refused to grant a wealthy ■woman a divorce. One of our best sellers at this ■on of the year Is the seed catalogue, which Is given away. ' Many a Chicago man awakes from dreams of baseball to be told to get out and shovel snow. Nobody need be discouraged, except perhaps the man who planted his to- mato seeds in tin cans. A woman in Virginia bought a 95,000 {minting for $8. but usually art col-' lectors buy $8 paintings for $5,000. Germany, according to a dispatch, is watching Mexico. That country, ac- ...

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

IMMEDIATE EFFECT OF GREAT KID- NEY HEMEDYISSOON REALIZED. According to my experience I do not consider there la anything to equal Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot for kidney affection. Twice it relieved me when I was completely helpless. The last time I was traveling In Texas, when my kidneys became af- fected, and for ten dayB I suffered ex- cruciating pain, accompanied with se- vere chills. Several years previous, having been relieved of a similar at- tack, I naturally sought relief as be- fore, from Swamp-Root. After using four of the large slza bottles, I was completely restored and wont on my way rejoicing and prais- ing Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. This was three years ago, and I have had no Indication of the return of the af- fliction. Yours very truly, J. C. SMITH, JR.. 108 Johnson St. Jackson, Tenn. State of Tennessee ) County of Madison J Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of July, 1909. p. c. STOVALL, Notary PubltO S3. I*M*r to l>r. kllmrr k Co. !llnmli«iatttn« R« Ye P...

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

■vif 1 >3- XEAS MESQUITER John H. Davis, Editor and Publisher Established 1882. Subscription $1.00 Per Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas A Entered at Mesquite, Texas, ;i Second Class Matter ASS0CJ& FRIDAY, APRIL 5,1912 It has been some time since Roosevelt express- id himself as "de lighted." Op all the men whom Roosevolt misses, per- haps none more so than "My dear Harriman." The editor of the Mesquitek acknowledges, with feeling of deepest appreciation, the many ex- pressions of sympathy of our brother editors on the death of our only brother, which occured re- cently at Tulia, Texas. The opening address of Judge Ramsey, candi- date for Governor, was one of the finest ever de- livered in Texas. It ought to be set at rest all talk that opposition to Governor Colquitt is due to the fact that he is an anti prohibitionist. When statewide prohibition was the issue, the antis told us that regulation was t'he best method but when they get a chance to regulate they fai...

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

It is well understood that are many ailments and diseases which for a -mty.kmjjimpi—w variety of reasons do not come under the observation of the family physicap. In the slight ailments and injuries which are of every day occur- rence, household remedies are universally employed Pen- sla * remedies meet this demand. They consist of a series of well made, scientific prepara- tions and the ingredients made use of are tha ones which experience has shown to be effective, and the proportion in which they are combined has been made the subject of much careful study in each case, each remedy being design- ed for a special purpose and each one containing best com- bination for that particular purpose. 9 Penslar remedies are sold in Mesquite only at this store. OULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, ' ' ' " Texas Local and Personal. % J J. B. Gross of Scyene, was here Wednesday. A. C. Bunnell of Richardson, was here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Tosch of Dallas, vis...

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

WMY'- Devices Save Much Back-Strain- ing and Time. Comparatively Few Men Know How to Properly Kill and Dreea Ordi- nary Beef—Carcaaa Should be Elevated by Degreee. (By WALTER B. USUTZ.) Very few men know how to prop- erly kill and drees a beef. Even kill- ing a bog and doing tbe Job well 1b something with which a great many men are not familiar, but when It comes to killing a beef, taking off the hide, and dressing the carcass so m to preserve all the meat in the best possible condition, there is some- thing to be learned by most of us. If me doesn't want to go to the trouble of making a scaffold, a strong tree •111 answer the purpose. All that is necessary is a stout rope and two pul- leys. The top pulley must be fast ened to a strong limb, sufficient to hold the beef carcass. The second pulley can be smaller. The carcass may be elevated by hand, but a 2 Frame for Hanging Cattle. Steady horse hitched to the end of the rope will do the business more quickly. ^ The rope should be fas...

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