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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 April 1912

Si nation favor the election of United States senators by direct vote of the people. The national democratic platform adopted In 1908 contained thla plank: "We favor the election of United Btatea aenatora by direct vote of the people and regard thla reform as the gate- way to other national reforms." And yet we And our governor declaring as late aa March 3 of last year, that "I do not approve of the election of United States aen- atora by direct vote of the people," and thla after, in compliance with the demand of the democratic platform, the senate and house of representatives had passed the reaolutlon in favor of auch great measure. And he stands today before you in opposi- tion to the demand of his party platform In their national convention and opposed to the sentiment and opinions of 80 per cent of the democrats of Texas. Has Insulted the Confederate Soldier. Again I arraign him before the people of Texas as not entitled to re-election In the fact that he haa not ahown that spi...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 April 1912

r barons? So widespread, so universal waa this demand tor relief that not only the democrats of the nation, but tha progressiva republicans of the country, combined together to anord the people some relief from the grievous bur- dens which they were almost unable to twar. And. when led by Culberson and Bailey and the democratic hosts in the senate, and dell, Burleson, Sheppard and Henry and others In the house from Texas, with their Other col- leagues. we had received in some fair measure the relief so much needed, and these bills, affording the people relief, had been vetoed by a republican president who, by his veto, de- Sled the people the relief which our repre- sentatives were demanding, we find the demo- cratic governor of Texas Journeying all the way to Hutchinson, Kansas, to say In the presence of the republican president that he thought "It would be a godsend for the presi- dent to have tte power to prorogue congress whenever he thought It had done enough. In other words, t...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 April 1912

t ! ver :e an think Cola. !R 11 s S ide. 1/ m. 't on DNS | ~XA DON hm i' u. umy fficsoo By John E. Davis. , vf J i- 1 iSHii n it, -' '■ Wi I •Ut# Liforarlaa Ctplte! MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 26,1912 Vol, XXX No. BURGLARS BLOW UP MESQUITE P. 0. SAFES A Bold Robbery Occurred About 1:15 Saturday Morning. LOSS IS ABOUT $800.00 Dr. J. B. Bryant Is Halted and Told To Get Back In. Tel-' ephone Girls Display Courage. Burglaries in Mesquitehave not been infrequent. In fact it lias been but a few weeks since the town received the attention of these unwelcomed visitors, the victim in that, instance being J. R. Scott. But the boldest rob- bery that ever took place here was the one which occured Fri- day night, or to be more exact early Saturday morning. Pol- lowing closely upon each other, three explosions were heard about 1:15 a. m. Many people in town heard the explosions but few of them were alarmed by it. This was not true, however, of Misses Lela and Iraa Gene Pas- chall, telephone op...

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

, > vf'- ^■■ !L y>y{rUi- ■.) • t, ' JJK'ii ; HP.: •• 0". 8R it". | Km f -'.NX \ ■>x":- •: '•:'\ s.v : m Pijtr SHE DIDN'T GET IT. HAT a varied and versatile holiday Is May Day. meaning, of course, the First of May- an occasion which has sig- nificance of one kind or an- other in a number of differ- ent countries. For us latter- day Americans probably the greatest prestige comes from the circumstance that May Day is also "Dewey Day." meaning the anniversary of that memorable spring morn- ing when our most notable living naval hero took his fleet into Manila Day and dealt the blow which did more than any other single Incident to determine the out- come of the Spanish-Amer- ican war. To be sure, it is not the custom of the nation to indulge in spectacular observances of **Dewoy Day,** but there Is a general display of the flag on residences and public buildings In honor of the occasion and it Is a favorite occasion for banquets and speech-making. To go at once to the other extr...

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

/ WOMEN AND HEALTH. fi A Women are beginning to realist more fully that good health is not to be found in the use of cosmetics and face powders. The appearance of health may follow facial treatment, but health itself lies much deeper than the surface. Most important to the health of ev- ery woman 1b regularity of the bowels and digestive organs. The weary eyes, bad breath, frequent headaches, pimples and general air of lassitude, is in most every case due to consti- pation or indigestion, or both. There are various remedies prescribed for this condition, but the easiest, most pleasant and certainly effective, 1 a combination of simple laxative tierbs with pepsin known to druggists as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. This timple remedy Is far preferable to harsh salts and cathartics and violent purgative waters that disturb the whole system without affording more than temporary relief. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a tonic laxative, mild, in its action, pleasant to the taste and positiv...

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

The TEXAS MESQUITER John E. Davis, Editor and Publisher Established 1882. Subscription $1.00 Per Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Entered at Mesquite, Texts, as Second Claw Matter While professing confidence in the result in Texas, Judge Maxey must have sent a Macedo- nian cry to Ohio. The fact that he got the delegates from Illinois and Pennsylvania made the Colonel very happy. But he is still a long way from the nomination and Taft has a lead that will be hard to overcome. cou/vrp FRIDAY. APRIL 26.1912 a to Terrell; on to Dallas With eight teams in the Texas League, Fort Worth is tilling the eighth place, we are glad to note. Even those opposed to Governor Harmon arc surprised at the poor showing he is making as a candidate for the Democratic Presidential nomi- nation. Every Democrot, no matter who is his choice, ought to attend the precinct primary conventions and not leave it to be run by the politicians or little. big The list of candidates for Congressmen at larg...

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

/; mm .''.J? For practically every ail- ment there is a Penslar renv edy especially prepared. Each Penslar preparation is composed of purest ingred- ients and in such combination as is best suited for the trou- ble for which it is intended. These celebrated remedies are sold in Mesquite only at this store. Your eyes are weak or your sight defective come in and let us' test your eyes. We can give you just what you need and can make up the glasses in any style desired. Prices always reasonable. Give us a trial. CULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, * ✓ ✓ * Texas Thos. Lawson was here Sun- day afternoon en route to Waco, alter a brief visit to his home at Lawson. Rev. Walter Douglass will preach at the Methodist church Sunday and Sunday night and at Long Greek at 8:00 a'clock in the afternoon. At the close of the afternoon service the Holy sacra- ment will be celebrated. C Local and Personal % I A son was born to J. E. Rogers and wife on April 18. P. P. Harri...

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

m ■ THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN C. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQUITE, TEXAS Georgia may yet desire to cast its tote for Tyrus Cobb. The gladdest words of tongue or fceu are: "Fair and warmer." weather num. v>: V\(i • Boston astronomers have discovered • new star. Second base or short* ■top? i Occasionally the weather man for- gets himself and lets ub enjoy a pleasant day. Explorers tell ub that there are val- uable coal deposits at the south pole, sot to mention the loe The prodigal son no longer comes back to share in the fatted calf. He prefers to wire for a draft 8ome think a Chinese wall should be built along the Mexican border, and then let them scrap it out Another blow to the popularity of the turkey trot A judge in Connecti- cut rules that it is not immoral. The Pulitzer school of Journalism has refused to admit women. There will, therefore, be no Journalettes. A Missouri man bit his wife with a pound of butter. He seemed to think a soft answer would turn away wrath. Sci...

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

TWENTY YEARS OF TERRIBLE ITCHING Untold Agony, Ashamed to Bo 8een Nothing Helped. Reslnol Instantly Relieved and Trouble Passed Away. Such is the story of Thomas G. Hull, New Haven,- Conn. Every BUfferer from tormenting skin troubles should profit by his experience, told In hia own words; "For twenty years or more I was troubled with terrible Itching of the body, arms and legs. I suffered un- told agony; could hardly sleep at night, and was actually ashamed to be seen. I obtained a small jar of Resl- nol Ointment, applied same! and waa Instantly relieved. I then purchased .a calco of Reslnol Soap and used It in connection with the Ointment. The itching soon became less, and In a short time entirely passed away." As Mr. Hull's letter shows. Reslnol Ointment stops itching instantly. Used with Resinol Soap it is the quickest, easiest, and most economical treat- ment for eczema, rashes, tetter, ring- worm, pimples and other skin affec- tions, as well as for burns, scalds, boils, ulcers ...

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

The Material Well Being of Mesquite is dependent not only on its large, successful business concerns,but in a great measure upon the smaller ones, which are working their way onward to success. For this reason this bank believes in encouraging the small business man, and giving him every legiti- mate aid in developing his affairs. Its officers invite conference with a view to es- tablishing mutually helpful relations. The First National Bank, MTex--"te Capital $50,000, Surplus $10,000, Resources $200,000 J. C. Rugel, S. B. Marshall, R. S. Kimbrough, President. Vice-President. Caashier Death of C. C, Hawthorne. C. C. Hawthorne,aged 74 years, a well known and highly respect- ed citizen of Seagoville, and the father of M. P. Hawthorne of this place, passed away at his home a half mile east of Seago- ville Thursday afternoon of last week. Mr. Hawthorne under- ed Friday afternoon by Rev. W. H. Wynn, pastor of the First Baptist church of Terrell, and the remains were laid to rest be- side...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 May 1912

/ / iim $lie Sexas •ui Lfefirfet By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 3,1912 Vol. XXX No. 44 Bargains at Bovell's All kinds of granite ware, tubs, buck- ets, washboards, etc. 6,12-ojj tumblers 4 boxes axle grease 6 large plates 10 yards, 80 in domestic Men's shirts, with and without and $1.25 kind The best overalls on the market... Specials in ladies vest, 10c, 15c and Ladies' hose supporters, 50c kind . A large assortment of lace 45c 25c 45c 55c collars, regular $1.00 85c 90c 25c . 25c 5c —How about ribbons ?- We will buy your eggs. J. W. B0VELL NEGRO ATTACKS YOUNG COUPLE Albert Richardson, the Neg ro, Lands in Dallas Jail. JOE SAP ON SOCIALISM By Joe Sappington. Gentle reader, have you ever had the beauties of socialism ex- plained to you by a member of the socialist party? If you have, I know just how you feel and can sympathize with you, as I am just now recovering from the effects of an extended explana- tion of it by a large male mem- ber of that political faith. I h...

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

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOItN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQUITE, • TEXAS It la almost time tor the summer shirtwaist , The annual slaughter ot the aviator* appears to have begun The switching off of blizzards may yet become a piece ot high art In the wild west. The sociologist who estimates that the value of a baby Is 12.800 clearly never had a baby. The destruction of the peach crop will take place next July and many will have a hand In It China's republic Is going through many of the troubles that come to every new-born babe. About once a year the Ohio river proceeds to show that It could float the navies of the world. When one prices handbags he be- gins to think a Florida alligator farm would be a good investment. A Washington woman says her clothes cost her *49,930 a year. Evi- dently marked down from $50,000. Someoody has written a poem about •The Little Sod Shanty." The little sod shanty Is very poetic—In a poem. An astronomer tells us that a year on Mars has 730 days, but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 May 1912

if I ,/ / FREE ADVICE TO SICK WOMEN « Thousands Have Been Helped By Common Sense Suggestions. Women suffering from any form of fe- male ills are invited to communicata promptly with the woman's private corre- spondence department of the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. Your letter will be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. A woman can freely talk of her private illness to a woman; thus has been established a confidential corre- spondence which has extended over many years and which has never been broken. Never have they published a testimonial or used a letter without the written consent of the writer, and never has the Company allowed these confiden- tial letters to get out of their possession, as the hundreds of thousands of them in their files will attest. Out of the vast volume of experience Which they have to draw from, it ^ more than possible that they possess the very knowledge needed in your case. Noth- ing is asked in return except...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 May 1912

m'p^m §>. ■ The TEXAS 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 cou/yfp assoc* a FRIDAY, MAY 3,1912 The things that are being said about Ismay, the managing director of the White Star line, owners of the Titanic, are enough to make him wish that he had permitted himself to drown. One woman, who lost her husband, said she had j rather be the widow of her husband than the wife of a man like Isma /< Judge Ramsey's slogan, "Let's do something worth while for Texas," has the right sound to it. The bitter fight between Taft and Roosevelt is developing the fact that neither of them ought to be president. WE cannot believe that Texas will send to the United States Senate a corporation attorney and professional lobbyist. The news of the breakdown in health that caus- ed County Attorney R. M. Clark's retirement from the race for re election, will...

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

® Sla1 PJ '• MW? 'vmkwsi fl:« s>i;, Hnmmti m: El* ItiQS mmm — N | OT since the fragrant odort of apple blossoms, wafted by the gentle zephyrs to Adam and . , .. Eve in the Garden of Eden, J' to the music of singing birds and babbling brooks, 'neath the golden sky, where happiness dwelt and laughter mingled with the other joyous sounds all the H day long, has anything so pleasing so fragrant, so re fined, been known to womankipd as Nyolitis Perfume It produces the smile that won't wear off and Nyo- litis face powder produces a complexion that excites the admiration of all. These and other first class toilet preparations at / CULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, ' ' - " * Texas 1 A. O. Allen brought out a new five-passenger Overland automo- bile Tuesday, having traded in his Buick car. Mr. Allen now has two cars of the same make, the other one being a two-pas- senger Overland runabout. J. B. Lee and Ben Tisinger, teachers, respectively, at New Hope and R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 May 1912

W: m ; SO BLUE ALMOST CRAZY Mineral Point Lady Tells About As Experience That Almost Drove Her Insane. Mineral Point, Mo.—Mrs. Clar* Cluff, of this place, says: "I bad a pain In my left side and back, and suffered a great deal with womanly troubles. I would take spells that lasted two or three days, when It seemed like I waa uneasy all the time, and dldnt feel like doing anything. I couldn't sleep good at night I felt aa though I had Just done a bard day's work. I bad suffered for six years, and I can't tell you Just bow I did feel, I felt so bad. The doctors' treatment dldnt seem to help, and I waa bo blue I was almost crazy! I tried Cardul, and before I had taken two bottles I felt much better. I took 12 bottles In all. Now, though I haven't taken any for a good while, I still feel all right —better than I have for years. I would have been crazy If Car* dul hadn't helped me." Cardul will help you. Just as It help- ed Mrs. Cluff. Why not try It? It may be Just the very thing your s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 May 1912

I 1/ Braid, Ribbon and Small Flowers Mark Hats for Children's Wear LIKE THE WOLF AND LAMB % . ' m. *<*■ \ P yjii I TWO excellent samples of the Bprlng stylea for misaea are pic- tured here. Braids (of the lacy kind), ribbon and small flowers are the materials used. Shapes, both for misses and children, are much like those shown for grown people, but the composition of these hats so far as trimming and making is con- cerned are entirely different. Fine plaltings of \'al or other light laces are used with great success. In Fig. 1 a lace Tuscan braid is made up with plaited Val lace and finished with a ribbon bow in a dull rose color. It is a very fine combination in just the right tones. This shape is always be- coming and always fashionable. Innumerable fancy bonnets grow daily more popular. No longer con- fined to small children, the miss and the debutante cling to these childish modes as long as possible. There Is no doubt they lend^a hint of the spring- time of life to any wear...

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

No Depositor Ever Lost A Dollar Since its organization, ten years ago, no deposi- tor of this bank ever found it unable or unwilling to meet its obligations to him. With its increasing strength and watchful man- agement, depositors have assurance that the record of the past will be the experience of the future. Deposit your funds in this bank and KNOW that they will be absolutely safe and always available. PRECINCT CONVENTION TO BE HELD TOMORROW Opportunity Thus Given Vot/ ers to Expres Choice For President. The First National Bank, Mfrr I Capital $50,000, Surplus §10,000, Resources $200,000 J. C. Rugel, S. B. Marshall, R. S. Kimbrough, President. Vice-President. Caashier I The Mesquite High School team went to Ferris Saturday and lost to the sbhool team there, the score being 3 to 0. It | i' I m /ii H. L. Erwin a Candidate. \ H. L. Erwin announces this week as a candidate for Tax As- sessor of Dallas county, subject to Democratic primary. A more extended notice of his candidacy wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 May 1912

t >un IUC the ItrkjL lllas ■/ |but|( u toysWii lies- rtedj to r far^" l\vas |me. "5 < L ♦♦♦ St. e. as vAS •"'14* • •y. ®l)c ©txas itleequiter. Stat* LlbrarUa CajU"* By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 10,1912 Vol,XXX No. 45 B©VELL For ribbons, laces, hose, embroidery, i; rugs, window shades, cishes and cook- ;; ing vessels of all kinds. And that oil \\ stove is the best yet. Candies and post ij cards. We will save you money on \> anything in our line. \\ < * . < > —-—-- !! J. W. B0VELL ! LANDSLIDE IN TEXAS FOR WOODROW WILSON New Jersey Executive Makes i Clean Sweep in Lone Star State. PRECINCT CONVENTION IS WELL ATTENDED Woodrow Wilson's Friends in Complete Control. The Democratic convention, hekl m iYTesquite Saturday after- noon, was a largely attended and interesting event. The lines be- tween t V> e followers of Gov. Woodrow Wilson and the oppo- sition, comprising friends of Gov. Harmon, Speaker Clark and Congressman Underwood were closely drawn a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 May 1912

MM1 JOHN C. DAVIS. Editor and Proprietor Bi PSi HH Ml IIvyI' MESQUITE, - DON'T BE AN IMITATOR ORIGINALITY WILL WIN THE TEXAS MESQUITER TEXAS Elffi SMALL SUM WELL INVESTED Shad* Trees, Shrub*, Hedge* and Fl*wer* to Be Planted in Ground* of County Home A calendar give* no trustworthy <ni* to weather. No sunstrokes bave ttaua far been reported this spring- Life Is getting to be Just on* stat* •"on vent ton after another. Distinctly, tn* opening of the base- tMill season was not a frost. Now the umpire In bis turn becomes tn* object of oratorical attack. Nobody will care bow mucb tbe fly Is kicked arounu this summer. Tou do not bear band musicians objecting seriously to political cam- paigns. A large spot bas been discovered on the sun. Draw your own political deductions. When an editor becomes gloomy lie rises to predict tbe revival of the hoopskirt. Our notion of an easy Job is to persuade a man to become a candi- date for office. Tbe Incubator craze Is leading to numerous fires. T...

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