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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 May 1912

-——— f K HER AILMENT A COMMON ONE Happy Experience of Mrs. Dillinger, , Who Finally Found Relief in Cardui, The Woman's Tonic. Weat Baden, Ind.—"For about fou years," says MrB. Sarah Dillinger, of this place, "I suffered with an ailment common to women, and I was so poor- ly that 1 could not do my work. Since taking Cardui, the woman's tonic, I am stout, and able to work all day, hard. It is certainly- a great medicine for women. I recommend It to a great many ladies. My daughter Is now taking Cardui, and It seems to be helping her al- ready, although she has now taken only one bottle. Cardui is the best medicine I over took. It has done me so much good! It saved my life, and I can't praise It too much." Every woman would always keep Cardui handy, for use when needed, if she knew what benefit it gives, in cases where weakened vitality makes (he body and brain seem tired and worn-out A few doses of Cardui, at the right lime, will often save much suffering by preventing a more serious...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 May 1912

"r; ' vm*--- he TEXAS MESQUITER John E. Davis, Editor and Publisher i >. | I Established 1882. Subscription $1.00 Per Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Political Announcements. Second Clacn Matter Entered at Mesquite, lexttt-. ***§&Iss ASSOC\ffl&)* FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1912 Wonder what the KosseCyclone thinks about that "Dallas crowd," now? The readiness of the friends of the Governor to proclaim that the result of Saturday's precinct primaries have no bearing on the governorship, leads us to the conclusion that with some of them, at least, the wish is father to the thought. Ex-Senator J. P. Onion snd J udge Ham Ward, both Democrats, strong anti-prohibitionists and former legislators from Bexar county, both assert that Colquitt's vote in that section will show a big falling off, which if true makes it look bad for the Governor. For County Judge: * qitentin D. Couley. .John L. Young. Cecil L. Simpson. Roosevelt says that Taft is a liar and a crook-. ed dealer and T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 May 1912

I { ! \g \ / i N 7] OT since the fragrant odors apple blossoms, wafted by the gentle zephyrs to Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, to the music of singing bird® and babbling brooks, 'neath the golden sky, where happiness dwelt and laughter mingled with the other joyous sounds all the day long, has anything so pleasing so fragrant, so re lined, been known to womankind 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 C— Local and Personal. == 3 Harry iiere. Walker of Alvord, is Buford Jett of Rylie, was in Mesquite Sunday. A son was born to Will Potter :and wife on May 4. Miss Edna May Shands is vis- iting relatives in Forney. "Will Martin of Dallas, was here Sunday, a guest at the home of .T. A. Girdley. T. J. Haney of near Kleburg, was here Monday and paid...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 May 1912

Elephant-Hunting by Cave Men.' Stradanus. recent discoveries of prehistoric designs in a cave in the south of Prance confirm the assertion SB made by mediaeval writera that as sport formed XlgmN the subjects of the earliest designs, the disciples / JBL \ of Nimrod can rightly claim to have given the \ / ^r8t Impulse to art. Unfortunately for us, the old y skin-clad sportsman artist who- covered the walls of his Perlgord cave with outline drawings of hia fellow-denizens—the mammoth, the giant cave bear and the windeer—thereby securing for himself undying fam« as the jsost archaic of all artists, and endowing that underground Cattery with the distinction of being the moBt ancient of all art repositories, failed to depict his own form divine in con- section with the trotting mammoth or the shambling bear. True, the spirit of self-effacement which this omission be- trays evinces a refreshing absence of the "personal element." II proves more convincingly than could a library of volumes w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 May 1912

fell — V I ■< > V 1 H) . fl7?L gakdcn PREPARING THE CORN FIELD Manure, Supplemented With 8ome Form of Fertilizer to Furnish Phosphoric Acid, Is Best. (By W. M. KEL-LET.) : On the majority of stock and dairy farms the corn field Is the ideal place to apply the farm manure. A corn crop Is able to make profitable use of manure for the reason that it makeB Us principal growth late in the season after the fertilising elements in the manure have been available to nour- ish the growing plants, by the action of the elements. The ideal corn field is prepared by applying manure to a clover sod. A light dressing of stable manure on the clover sod will make an abund- Excellent Fertilizer Distributer. ance of nitrogen for the corn crop and at the proper time during its growth to insure a maximum yield. The bac- teria in the manure will hasten the decomposition of the organic matter contained in the roots and stubble of the clover sod and hasten them Ipto a condition available to nourish th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 May 1912

jfei: : mi • i 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. | The First National Bank, Capital $50,000, Surplus $10,000, Resources $200 J. C. Rugel, S. B. Marshall, R. S. Kimbrough President. Vice-President. Harvey Daniels of Shawnee, Okla., is visiting his family at Elam this week. The Christain Aid Society met with Miss Lucy Hodges Tuesday. Rev. A. K. Scott, pastor of the Pleasant Grove Christain church, requests every member of his church to meet at the church Saturday night, May 11, to make plans for the work to be done. Mrs. A. Maher of Elam, visit- ed relatives in Chandler a few days last week, Mrs. J. S. Rowland of Kauf- man, is in Elam, visiting ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 May 1912

®li£ %txa& :'SB« HL :;y:^:./vv;s «Uto Librarian By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 17,1912 Vol, XXX No. 46 11 ; i' i i i / \\ iK v- \\\ V\ V <s. )\ \ , © V E L L One set of cups and saucer s, 45c One set of lav ge tea glasses 45c 3 dozen blue and white enamel ware assortment, .your choice 2 for 25c One lot of dross lawns, regular 10c kind, only 5c We will save you money on embroidery and ribbon. Hose for men, women and children. When you want anything in aliuminum ware, wo have it. We will buy your chickens and eggs. I J.W.B0VELL I! The Appendix By Joe Sappington. I want to say a few words in defense of a much abused down- trodden organ of the human body —the appendix. Just because it occupies an obscure place in the southwest corner of our ana- tomy is no reason that it should be treated with such disrepect. The doctors are to blame for its pendix I had. ' ago that I came within an inch of losing my appendix at the hands jof a couple of white-eyed doctors. I The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 May 1912

■1# i-n.- fHy BEfcSdgte ' —— THE TEXAS MESQUITER k JOHN t. DAVIS, tditor and Proprietor MESQUITE. - TEXAS If there Is a baseball tniBt It Is car- talc that it Isn't in the umpire. A man rarely knowa when to die* card an old Bull of clothes. Goose eggs begin to be a little less prominent in the standing of the base- ball clubs. . . No little oratory is now directed at the umpire. The bandwagon has lOBt Its monopoly. A Rhode Island legislator advocates a law to stop elopements, but love laughs at lawamltha. "Eating," saj-B a scientist, "is a dy- ing art." It behooves some kind friend to blow him to a meal. Freakish styles of the present sea- eon need not be expected to reduce the number of misogynists. The "Jelly wobble" Is the latest dance fad In Washington. And In pol- itic! "everybody's doln' It." Story tellers in Japan get 20 cents an hour, but fishermen in this country tell stories by the hour, gratis. The Inventor of the wireless tele- graph has taken his place among the greates...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 May 1912

r ' L ' * ' ' V. '■ w; ; i 1 4 k — .. F ALL the evidence holds good— and In the opinion of those quali- fied to Judge, this Is likely to be the case—a skeleton recently dug up near Ipswich, England, rep- resents not only the earliest re- mains of man yet found In Eng- land, but, with the exception of the Heidelberg jaw, the earliest yet found in Europe. The modern type of man was evolved before the commencement of the glacial period. At least It is now certain that thousands of years before the Neanderthal race flourished In South Germany, Belgium and France, England was occupied by a race of men which In build of body and form of brain were of the modern type. About a mile north of Ipswich, England, is sit- uated a brick field which is famous to geologists for the very ancient quaternary and tertiary de- posits which have been exposed by the excava- tions of the London clay for brlckmaking. These deposits, which are given In the descending order, are: Chalky boulder clay, Middle-gl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 May 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, Texas, us Second Class Matter CO ASS0Cj£ FRIDAY MAY 17, 1912 Uncle Joe Cannon has been renominated and wiil be reelected to Congress from Illinois. But since the Democrats secured c:ntrol of the House Uncle Joe is harmless. The fact that Col. Cecil A. Lyon will continue as the boss of the Republican party in Texas is quite complimentary to that gentleman, consider- ing the fact that the biggest Federal office holders were arrayed against him. t it* i No matter who is the Democratic nominee he will have the "dope" on his Republican opponent. If it is Taft, he can prove it by Roosevelt, and if Roosevelt is the man, the President of the United States can be used as a witness. IP Woodrow Wilson does not receive the Demo- cratic nomination for the Presidency it will be due to the bosses, who are fighting for their poli- tical...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 May 1912

What Home People Say I Mi | \ ■J will count more with you than what the manu- facturers claim. We have been have been having good sales on Penslar remedies and in every instance they have given satisfaction. If they are good reme- dies for your neighbors, they are good for you. Penslar remedies are not patent medicines in the ordinary sense of the word, but physicians prescriptions carefully compound- ed and have the ingredients printed on the label of every bot- tle. There is a Penslar remedy for almost every ailment. Sold only in Mesquite by ^ CULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, ✓ ✓ * * Texas Local and Personal W fl I i' J Ed Grubbs of Lawson, was a visitor here Sunday. A son was born on May 14 to W. A. Whitson and wife. A daughter was born to Rev. and Mrs. VV. P. Hail on May 15. Miss Eula Steward of Cle- burne, is the guest of Miss Ruth Bovell. Mark Cullum of Houston, spent Sunday night with rela- tives here. L. Z. Miller and J. H. Cole of near Lawson...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 May 1912

m:, ,; -T i % I,' i m Wfi t" m I a a.; SUPERSTITION. , "For downright Idiotic, superstitious, weak-minded gullible credulity," growled Jenkins, recommend me to a woman! Gave away a pair of my trousers to an old peddler to charm twarta off the children's hands! Mad- inn, you are aware that this Is the twentieth century and not the middle ages?" "It does seem a little silly," said Mrs. Jenkins, mildly, "but I've heard of such things being done. You know those tiousers, John, were the pair you tore on the lawn mower the other day and threw aside. "It's not the trousers, madam; It*s the childish, imbecile, fatuous, pueril- ity of the thing. Besides. I left a hare's foot In one of those pockets, madam, that I've been carrying for rheumatism the past three years."— Tlt-Blts. A Wearisome Watch. A very small boy was once observed •Ittlng in a tramcar rocking himself ,to and fro. " A sympathetic old gentleman In- quired If he were 111, and receiving a negative reply, said: "Then why are you ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 May 1912

\ SWINE IN THE SOUTH No Necessity of Spending Money for Beef and Pork. With Bounteous Stock Feeding Crops and Climatic Advantage* Farmers Should Not Only Raise Meat, But Also Sell It. The south has grown tired of spend- ing Its profits on soil products in nothern states for beef and pork. With possible yields of corn, alfalfa, clovers, cowpeas, sorghum cane, blue grass, timothy, crab, Johnson and Herd's grasses, oats, lespedeza. (Japan clover), ranking with yields of stock- feeding crops in any other section of the country, and with great climatic advantages permitting outdoor feed- ing and pasturing during the whole or greater part of the year, the south should not only be raising Its own meat, but should be shipping from hundreds of points to the northern And eastern markets. It has been demonstrated again and again that the cost of raising cattle, horses, mules, sheep and last and par- ticularly swine, Is much lesB In the southern region than anywhere else in the United States. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 May 1912

t\'y ' REfOURCES $200,000.001 The resources of this bank consist mainly of cash 00 hand and in banks, government bonds and the paper of prosperous business concerns and other re- sponsible borrowers of Mesquite. The financial strength of this institution is attested by its board of directors, reputable business men of this community who not only formulate the conservative poli- cies under which the bank is conducted, but who KNOW that these policies are carefully observed. The strength of this bank commends it to those who require a safe banking association. I The First National Bank, Capital $50,000, - - Surplus $10,000, J. C. Rugel, S. B. Marshall, R. S. Kimbrough, # President. Vice-President. Cashier > $ 111 Baseball Notes. In a well played game, the lo- cals defeated the Reinhardt team here Friday afternoon by a score of 5 to 8. Wednesday afternoon the visitors came back and suf- fered another defeat, the score being Mesquite 4, Rheinhardt 1. The Mesquite team had no trouble ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 May 1912

1 I V. I 1 1 t. s iS IN* 2 lie '•<Ute Librarian Ca^lt By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 24,1912 Vol.XXX No. 47 i; BOVELL S VARIETY STORE ji 4 > < ► ——— < > i > Is the place to save money on your i j i: purchases in everything in the house- hold line. We have added quite a :: nice assortment of DRY GOODS Don't fail to come in whenever you are in town. We will buy your eggs and chickens. v J. W. BOVELL MESQUITE PREPARING FOR S. S. CONVENTION Indications Are That Dallas County Sunday School Convention Will Be a Big Success. The Story of a Sinking Ship. [The following is taken from the Commerce Journal and was written by Col. B. Q. Evans, who was defeated for Congress in the elimination pri- mary held in Hunt County on the same date as the Presidential preference primary in that county. Col. Evans, unless he has changed lately, is a strong adherent of Senator Bailey, but he may have changed, as it is hu- man nature to leave a sinking ship.] On May the 4th,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 May 1912

ncfiffi-t i i |Ep< I [ F¥ i iV& i®- K WV:" ;•:■ ■esss! h ■ 'A/Wm ii , i ■ ■■; '. ' Sk'' B1:! N $v4 I' li|| ■lilt Or Kind <9/Beasts? LL bis game hunters are divid- ed la tbelr opinions as to which Ib the most dangerous animal to hunt In Africa. Some select the lion, others the buffalo, others agjiln the rhinoceros, while the greater majority name the elephant. It Is purely a matter of which animal, In the hunter's own experience, has been the most dangerous. Personally, as the result of many years' experience ~!th big game In Africa, I chose the elephant as the most danger- ous. Perhaps I have been un- duly fortunate In encounters with the lion, and that alone makes him appear anything but the "king of beasts" that he is so popularly supposed to be. I have invariably experienced the greatest dan- ger Ih hunting where elephants were concerned. With lions I have never had any serious trouble. In fact I have rather a sneaking contempt for them, for they are harmless except whe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 May 1912

ill -rs 1 I I ; I i ii 1 \ ! \ * V, f f I # POULTRY KEEPING LICE FROM POULTRY Malno Experiment 8tatlon Bulletin Recommends 8imple and Quite Inexpensive Treatment. On© of the difficult and trying prob- lems of the poultry keeper is to keep his poultry houses and stock free from lice, mites, etc. There are many proprietary preparations on the mar- ket to combat these, most of which ■work satisfactorily. However, they are more or less expensive. The Maine experiment station haB just is- sued a bulletin on the subject and recommends a treatment which ap- pears to be fully as simple as any- thing else, and much less expensive. The powder made by the station at a post of only a few cents a pound is as JToIIowb: Take three parts of gasoline and one part of crude carbolic acid. Mix these together. Add gradually, while stirring, enough plaster of parJs to take up all the moisture. The liquid pnd dry plaster should be thoroughly mixed and stirred so the liquid will be uniformly mixed through ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 May 1912

I 1 The TEXAS MESQUITER John E. Davis, Editor and Publisher Established 1882. Subscription $1 00 Per Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Entered at MoBquite, Texas, as Second Class Matter s,s^ss assoc!a' FRIDAY MAY 24, 1912 With real Democrats in charge, the Houston platform ought to sound more like the National Democratic platform than the last one did. Roosevelt and Tuft are lighting mighty hard for the chance of being defeated by a Democrat. The Terrell Transcript is tearfully pleading with the Democrats of Kaufman county to stand by their home man—Governor Colquitt. Well, here's a prediction: Judge Ramsey's majority over Colquitt in his own county—Johnson, will exceed Colquitt's total vote in Kaufman county. Take it for what it is worth. The convention system did not defeat the will of the majority in Texas, but all the same, the primary election plan for all nominations is coming. The Seagoville News wants to know who will be the presidential electors from Texas. Wel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 May 1912

What Home People Say 1 PKI7CT3 |[ will count more with you than what the manu- facturers claim. We have been have been having good sales on Penslar remedies and in every instance they have given satisfaction. If they are good reme- dies for your neighbors, they are good for you. Penslar, remedies are not patent medicines in the ordinary sense of the word, but physicians prescriptions carefully compound- ed and have the ingredients printed on the label of every bot- tle. There is a Penslar remedy for almost every ailment. Sold only in Mesquite by OULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store /'Mesquite, < ' ' - Texas Local and Personal □ hi B. J. Ketron was in Forney l:®3aturday. A son was born to John Phelps md wife on May 17. R. G. Chapman of Dallas, was lere Wednesday. R. F. Chapman of Now Hope, ^vas here Tuesday. Ren Crain and family of Dallas, risked relatives here Sunday. The town council is having the [sidewalks in town put in repair. Mrs. T. W. Bovell is visiting ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 May 1912

m THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN L DAVIS, Editor aad Proprietor MESQUITE. TEXAS Wireless .has done much to minimis* the terrors of the seas. Incubators have nearly driven the •ettlng ben out of business. Even the wireless has to send back now and then the signal "line busy." "Get 'em while they're hot" applleh to delegates as well as to fraukfurt- era. The man who does the most kicking Is generally In need of a kicking him- self. The Turks have lost their base In the Aegean sea, where Icarus lost his balance. A Frenchman now claims he was In the house long before the clock struck 24. The boat-rocking Idiot has started on his annual murderous Joke with the re- sult of a life lost It Is too early to pick a pennant win- ner yet; also it is too early in the sea- son to give up hope. "American women are timid," marks Dr. Colt The doctor never I attended a bargain sale. Any fond mother will agree that however much It costs to keep the baby. It is worth the money. One of the chief faults to be f...

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