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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 April 1909

frfr* The Store That Attracts The Crowds is a Good One to Patronize / Fancy Lace and Embroid/ eried Hosiery in every color and price for ladies', children, men and boys ASK TO SEE THEM. It must have good qualities, fair prices, obliging service and a progressive policy. That expresses why McCullough's store draws the crowds. This en- ables us to do a larger volume of business and makes it possible to quote the most attractive prices without a sacrifice of quality. Fancy Figured Lawns in small and medium sized fancy designs which make up dainti- ly, The patterns are very pret- ty. Big values at per yard 5c, 7£c, 10c, 12$c and...... t. -15 0. crfnsiuwi Stylish Shoesfor Stylish Ladies LATEST CR£AT/OJV MAKERS The best styles of the season. Great values and swell produc- tions from the biggest factories in the world. Ankle straps, sandals, buckle pumps and lace in tan, pat- ent and oxbloods. Good values at 2.00, 2.50, 3.00 and $3.50 Millinery Our stock is complete with all that's new and...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 April 1909

ANOTHER CORING QUESTION UIX G EdwapdB luu6mrmsJfrI7mmw/{£Lv//i a CfYKitftr 4'.- Bj iM/*r rznatf. BATH OW "I say, pa. Is a man from Poland called a Pole?" "Yes, my son." "Then, pa, why isn't a man from Holland called a Hole?" it X <2, & ABDUL HAMID GIVES WAY McMEMMED RASCHAD EF- FINDI IN CAPITAL. THE VICTORY IS CELEBRATED Constantinople Residents Give Them- selves Over to Festivities—Cere- monies Marked by Simplicity. Constantinople, April 28.—The reign of llanild II. ended today with his de- position and the accession of his bro- ther, Mehemmed Haschad Effendl, as Mehemmed V., a variation of Mahomet, it being considered inappropriate to assume the precise name of the prophet. Mehemmed V. is the thirty- tifth Sovereign of Turkey in male des- sent of the house Of Osman, the roun- der of the Empire, and the twenty- ninth Sultan since the conquest of Con- stantinople. The two houses of Parliament, meet- ing as a National Assembly in the fore- noon, approved the decree of deposi- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 April 1909

/ / w i / ♦ WtTHA**- WNY LITTLE KISSING REVIVAL. — V A little"'k I Aslni? Now and then, Is why we have The married men. —Birmingham Agre-Heraid. A little kissins's Too, of course, Is why we have The quick divorce. —Chicago Record-Herald. A litle klsslng'8 Lots of fun If you can kiss The proper one. —Cleveland Leader. A heap of kissing Is just as good For those who like That sort of food. —Nashville American. A little klssing's Not enough; A lot of kissing— That's the stuff! —Boston Herald. Out of His Line. "Good morning," said Lardi Long- *ox, entering the studio of Dauber, the famous portrait painter. "I wish to engage you to paint my portrait." "I shall be delighted, madam," was the answer. "I want it painted with my new hat on," said Lardi. "Pardon me, madam," came the quiet reply, "but I am not a landscape urtist!" OH! VERY WELL! t t "• <, Traveler (to booking clerk)—You gave me the wrong change just bow. Booking Clerk—Very eorry, glr, I can't recognize it now. You should hav...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 April 1909

m I I WUSmmm m „.KV P —Eife'' 1 W - Horse Owners, Attention! Abner Bailey Reg. No. 43,192, standard bred. service, $20.00. Terms of Additional Local. Commodore Berry Is a grey horse. His sire was an imported French Coach and his dam an imported Norman, Fee $10.00 Billy B. Is a mamouth black Tennessee lack mealy markings. themselves. with His colts show for Terms of service $10. I * * Frank C. Is black Jack and a good colt Terms of service $7.00. getter. The above stock will make the season at my barn 2 blocks south of the depot in Mesquite. Fees are due when mares are known to be in foal, traded or sold. A. A. BROWN Mesquite, - - Texas s* f vjv«' v/ v/ v/ v/ v.' v/ Lawson Notes. Mr. and Mrs. Gerome Gibson spent Sunday witn relatives at Seagoville. Mrs. J. H. Hutton of Wolfe City, is spending a few days with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Lasater. Harry Parker of Mesquite, was the guest of relatives here Sunday. Born—To Mr and Mrs. Tom Nail, Monday, a girl. Miss Minnie Broadliead of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 May 1909

State Librarian ®ht ®e3ca0 ittesqniter. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 7,1909 b—b—'a tiy MAY WEEK SPECIALS One lot men's overalls in blue and checks, special per pair 25c Bell brand overalls for men regular 1.00 value, special,. ,85c Men's pin check belt pants, regular 1.00 sellers, special price per pair, .95c One lot 15 men's summer coats in light and dark colors price up to 5.00 special, $2.50 Men's elastic seam drawers regular 50c values, special,. .40c Men's porus knit under shirts all sizes, regular 50c values, special, 25c Big line of children's lace hose, regular 15c values, special clean up price 5c A nice line of white and colored matting, at per yard 25c Big line of boys'knee pants, ages 3 to 17; prices 25c, 35c, 50c, 65c and 75c A full line of boys' clothing, the newest out, all colors and sizes, price 1.50 to $5.00 Big line of the newest things out in men's clothing, special price, 6.50, 7.50, 8.50, 10.00, 12.50, 15.00 and....$16.00 Good quality gingham,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 May 1909

*''wm THE TEXAS ME9QUITER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Propb MESQUITE, TEXAS ■*« Explorer Ernest DeKoven Lefflng- well will leave Seattle May 1 for arc- tic Alaska, thus cleverly escaping the perils of moving day. A London man who started In life •ui a Juggler died recently, worth $75,- 000,000. Evidently he turned out to be a juggler of finance. No matter what the uncertainty con- cerning the advent of spring, there is none whatsoever about the advent of the spring season for fish lies. Russia contemplates another loan *s sbon as it can be made opportune- ly, So do some of the people who have signed up for automobiles. They construct dwellings out of blocks of building glass in Silesia, but they seem solid enough so people who live in them can throw all the stones they wish. That Cleveland woman who says her husband Is the "biggest liar Bhe ever knew" doubtless will havei tbe assertion denied by other women who have husbands. The blizzards of winter will no soon, er have retired to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 May 1909

< I ti & IJL,L,CS<£TRATI01sp8f — ■ WEIL CO^yA/GMT, /90T 3063J-/V£A&/Z.JL CO OCTAVE TNANET -MTHO^, y$<£>SfOUR^2> \ SYNOPSIS. The story opens at Harvard where Col. Rupert Winter, U. 8. A., visiting, saw the suicide of young Mercer. He met Cary Mercer, brother of the dead student. Three years later, in Chicago, in 190ti, Col. Winter overheard Cary Mercer ap- parently planning to kidnap Archie, the colonel's ward, and to gain possession of Aunt Rebecca Wlnter'B millions. A Miss Smith was mentioned, apparently as a conspirator. Winter unexpectedly met a relative, Mrs. Mllllcent Melville, who told him that his Aunt Rebecca, Archie and the latter's nurse, Miss Janet Smith, were to leave for the west with the colonel and Mrs. Melville. A great finan- cial magnate was aboard the train on which Col. Winter met his Aunt Rebec- ca, Miss Smith and Archie. He sot his orderly, Sergt. Haley, to watch over Cary M«rc*r. CHAPTER ll—Continued. "Cary was rich, but after he had spe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 May 1909

%; ■ \ II | . fc 1 THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. pjBLisiiKD Every Friday At Mesquite, Texas. Entered in the postoffloe at Mes* uiU>, Texas, a aot'onU'class matter. yOUftiy^ assocla Friday, May 1909. Has the Ananias Club gone out of business? And Carrie Nation lias buried the hatchet at last and retired to obsc—a farm in Arkansaw. Most of the prominent Demo- crats in Texas are "in the hands of their friends" and have their eyes cast longingly towards the governor's mansion in Austin. It may merely be a coinci- ■dence, but it looks a little sus- picious that the Federal Judges who render decisions in favor of the railroads have been accept- ing many courtesies at the hands of the railroads. The appointment of Mayor Vm, D. Williams of Fort Worth aa Railroad Commissioner prob- ably cause some of the aspirants to think it a dirty shame that •och a good office should be given to a man who already had a good fat job. If Judge Porter succeeds in ge...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 May 1909

reasonable. \ wuaiuy ana v aiucs rvic v^ui i aiiung i oinis. I and. Supplement to The Texas Mesquiter, Mesquite, Tex. May 7, '09. ' INSURANCE I have accepted the agency for two of the best insurance companies in the country, writing tire, tornado and lightening risks. See me before insuring your property. I will appeciate your business. A. H. COOPER, Agent. Mesquite, Texas Frog Pond. L. W. Cartwright went to Dal- las Monday. A number of the farmers in the Pond are planting cotton again on account of cold weather and lack of rain. The roads are being repaired at intervals in the Pond. Miss Ola Sparkman has gone to Dallas fr>r a ten days' visit. Mrs. D. P. H. Cartwright and daughter, Miss Neppie, were in Mesquite Monday. The Pond was almost depopu- lated Sunday on account of the unveiling a Long Creek. We notice quite a good sized crowd at the croquet ground Sunday. Quite a crowd from the Pond attended the W. O. W. supper at Lawson Thursday night of last week and reported an enjoya...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 May 1909

Is the pin. )ii s d VOl lai liams ever made a pubM^speecn or not, but any man ought to be students whose name^vM^iv^^ should enroll, von mnittd V- —. II To |pr Ira; tl g< |ot< si |>n « Tr I soi tur lids b I pe o: 3tan ikir strii N< i Idn Jpbe If th am law the we >f an Supplement to The Texas Mesquiter, Mesquite, Tex. May 7, ' 09. v /M ■•I'M'M'M'M-NJ.--m.'!■ v> • M'M' 1 CITY BARBER SHOP | J Olen Gross, Proprietor, £ 2 * J Agent Modern Steam Laundy, Ft. Worth. Respectful- |> \i ly solicits your patronage. ^ v.TTZTT\71^71^.*■.,T .Ts.1^.1^.1^. Vwl>S-7ISrTt,~r..w-..^w\, wn . wn. . vs. «s - wn . n . s 5* Batch Springs. , . M Light frost were seen the first and second mornings in May but little damage was done to vegetation. S. W. Futrell and Mrs. Bur nett Ingle visited in Dallas Mon- day. Lee Brisendine and Cleve Cole made a business trip to Dallas Monday. S. T. Capps visited New Hope Odd Fellows lodge and supper Tuesday night. Mrs. Jennie Coats of Elam has returne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 May 1909

rW V Our Furnishing Department is showing some very serviceable suspenders, half hose and stylish ties in fashionable shades and weaves. An exceptional line at 25c BRIMING OVER WITH GOOD THINGS. The products of the mills, factories and workshops in a comprehensive array of high grade merchandise are shown at McCullough s store. . . . Fancy Figured Lawns in small and medium sized fancy designs which make up dainti- ly. The patterns are very pret- ty. Big values at per yard 5c, 7£c, 10c, 12ic and 15c LATEST CREATION The best styles of the season. Great values and swell produc- tions from the biggest factories in the world. Ankle straps, sandals, buckle pumps and lace in tan, pat- ent and oxbloods. Good values at 2.00, 2.50, 3.00 and $3.50 Arrow Brand Collars for men and boys—superi- or quality; in all the very latest designs, made of sev- eral thicknesses of material having weight, strength and quality, the three es- sentials of good collars. Each, 15c; 2 for 25c. Grocery Specials 8 p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 May 1909

| GREAT CONGRESS OF PEACE WORKERS HELD IN CHICAGO Thousands of the Opponents of Warfare, Including Many Distinguished Diplomats and Statesmen, Gather to Discuss Disarmament and Worldwide Arbitration. Chicago.—Kvery civilised country on (he globe was represented in the sec- Mid National Peace Congress, which began here Monday. The gathering «u the greatest of its kind ever held la America, and brought to Chicago tome 25,000 persons who are eealotis vorkers in the cause of world-wide peace. Auiong these were eminent fUteeiaen and diplomats of this and rther nations. Unfortunately, official lutiea prevented both President Taft, (he honorary president, and Secretary of War Dickinson, the president of the congress, from being present. On Sunday there were special serv- ices In most of the Chicago churches, peace meetings under the auspices of socialist and labor organizations, and a largo mass meeting which was ad- dressed by President Schurman of Cornell university, Rev. Jenkins Lloyd J...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 May 1909

Vv;: : • , r. J*. '* * "V ft \ IHE STATE LEGISLATURE SUBSTITUTE MEASURE PASSE8 , uOUSE AND GOES TO , OTHER BRANCH. GUARANTY BILL IN SENATE Without a Dissenting Voice the Senate Passes Guaranty Bill. Austin: After a rather stormy day In the House, the new substitute guar- anty of deposits bill, as prepared by tho House authors of the guaranty bill, was substituted for the Senate (Alex- ander-Terrell of McLennan) bill, and the subject will again be up to the Senate. A feature of tho proceedings was Mr. Cureton's speech, wherein he showed that President Grover Cleve- land and Secretary of the Treasury John G. Carlislo had advocated the mutual guaranty principle as to circu- lation, asserting that it was right, to make banks stand behind each other and pay each other's losses. Austin: Considerable speculation is being indulged In as to what the Sen- ate will do with the Hill-Gaines amend- ment to the general appropriation bill, appropriating $1,068,900 to discharge part of the public de...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 May 1909

•• -V'-"* '.f:<": Q) - • -"7"' V::\ BARGAINS IN PROFUSION And bargains in such goods that are needed every day —that is the method we employ to keep busy. Is it successful? The store answers the question in the affirmative. Not a dull department, not a slow hour, but the same rush and activity that you find in the busiest times in the busy season. And with all this bargain giving there's no falling off in quality. Your money refunded for anything unsatisfactory is the rule here. It's a guarantee of both price and quality. Percales, the yard 5c A. F. C. Dress Ginghams, I2ic qual- ity, the yard 9c Foulard styles suiting, the yard 5c The best Amoskeg apron ginghams, the yard 7c Calico, the yard 4c Yard-wide bleached domestic, the yard 5c Dress Ginghams, the yard 5c Ladies' vests 8c Ladies'wash skirts 69c Kimonas 19c Shirt Waists ... 48c Sheets, full size 33c Pillow Oases 10c Lace Curtains ... 39c Regular 15c colored Linene 5c Regular 8c figured Lawns 5c Men's Hose 8c Regular 35c qua...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 May 1909

Stat* Librarian fanItoJ —fc ®lit Sexas Jtlesnnitcr. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 14,1909 Vol. XXV11 No. 46 iMMWHHMHMMMMl . . :"n :I No Skimping DC SIGNED BY Spero, Michael &Son .NEW york A suit of clothes skimped in the making to the amount of a dollar is robbed of half its STYLE LIFE. Spei'o, Michael & Son' clothes are never skimped in in aterials, labor or f a s h i o n features. The makers would rather skimp their own profits than skimp the clothes, because they are always endeavoring to make Spero, Michael & Son clothes better, never poorer. The clothes are always a little higher in grade and a little lower in price than you'll tind elsewhere. J ^U1 slu'inK showing is excelled / *"for style, distinction and good $fiP\ form- Men's, young and old, all wool blue serge suits regular $12.50 values $10.00 $20.00 values, $15.00 A full line of fancy worsted, the newest fabrics and coloring, prices $10.00, 11.00, 12.50, 15.00, 16.50 and $18.50 Mens Pants Ano...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 May 1909

THE TEXAS MBSQUlTBg' TI I JOHN E. DAVI8, Editor and Pro* MESQITITE, TEXAS OPPORTUNITY IN SCHOOL WORK. The school Is no longer a mere wait- ing room for people In search of high* er opportunities; It has Its own open- ings, and they are not all In university laboratories, says the New York Even- ing Post We believe that very few college men realize what they might accomplish; were they to train for tchool management or for high achool leaching. President Eliot spoke In the lullness of wisdom the other evening, irhen he urged Harvard undergradu Ites to engage In these lines of work, Iddlng that they are "worthy of an ao tompllshed man of letters, or of sci- ince, or a gifted administrator." Some there are who still feign to look down Ipon the high school teacher or princl |>al, but the prejudice counts only fcgalnst Its cherishers. More than 10, 000 high schools are now open; many at them are aa large aa universities, mora prosperous than some, and more advanced than our fathers' c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 May 1909

cr * 4 w ^OCTAVE TfiANET nriUTJfax^o jfiejfy <£>2ioUR^s> V SYNOPSIS. Th« story opens at Harvard where Col. Rupert Winter, U. S. A., visiting, saw the eulclde of young Mercer. He met Cary Mercer, brother of the dead student. Three years later, In Chicago, In 1906, Col. Winter overheard Cary Mercer ap- parently planning to kidnap Archie, the colonel's ward, and to gain possession of Aunt Rebecca Winter's millions. A Miss Smith was mentioned, apparently as a conspirator. Winter unexpectedly met a relative, Mrs. Mlllicent Melville, who told him that his Aunt Rebecca, Archie and the latter's nurse, Miss Janet Smith, were to leavo for the west with the colonel and Mrs. Melville. A great finan- cial magnate was aboard the train on which Col. Winter met his Aunt Rebec- ca, Miss Smith and Archie. He set his orderly, Sergt. Haley, to watch over Cary Mercer. Col. Winter learned that the financial magnate is Edwin S. Keatcham. On approaching Cary Mercer, the colonel waa snubbed. CHAPTE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 May 1909

mm OFFICE THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. anh Pub. published kvery FRIDAY At Mesquite, Texas. Entered in the poatoffioe at Mas- Mitt.*, Itxas, us scuonU class in otter. S ASSOC) A Friday, May 14, 1909. Gov. Campbell has at last per- mitted to let the Legislature go home, for which we hasten return thanks to him. to Speaking of the tariff bill, Senator Aid rich says justice will be clone. But then, Aldrich has peculiar ideas as to what constitutes justice. * Certain Mew Yorkers are ad- vocating Roosevelt for Mayor of that city. What's the matter with the job of Ctiief of Police for him? The big stick would be useful there. Nobody can blame the Texas representatives in Congress or question their Democracy be- cause they want a duty on hides so long as the duty remains on the manufactured products of the hides. Dispatchs say that President Taft sat down on the Washing- ton idea to allow the inhabitants of the National Capital to vote. We are sure that he ki...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 May 1909

w*m JV ** Aj*;/.- , F, McCullough's "Shovel 'Em Out" Sale For 15 Days Commencing Saturday morning, May 14th, and continuing until Monday night, May 31st. We will make the following special concessions, which saving in dollars and cents to every economical buyer in this community. This is your opportunity, don't wait—don't delay. Come early and secur these specials. Come, tell your friends to come. mean an actual secure your share of U (4 Lawns and Suitings All calico, per yard i:>c. gingham, per yard.. 12k 10c 85c fancy suitings, per yard 25c " " " " 15c linens, per yard 25c and 85c voiles, per yard Fancy figured lawns,per yard 5c to. Whits lawns, per yard, 8c to..... ] . $1.00 wool suiting, per yard ... 75c 50c U <( ii u f)C 13c 11c 8ic 25c 20c 11c 20c 15c 35c 83c 59c Blcached and Brown Domestic 15c Jacknet finish 13c 12*c " " . 11c 10c grade bleached or brown 9e 8ic 7c 74c " " " " 0c Gc " " " " 5c Napkins and Table Linen $1.50 grade, pure linen napkins, per set 1.25 1.50 " "...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 May 1909

A LINE OF TALK. Two telephone girls were talking over the wire one afternoon. The sub- ject of the conversation was a lawn party, which was to take place the next day. Both were discussing what they should wear, and after five min- utes had come to no decision. In the midst of this Important con- versation a masculine voice Interrup- ted, asking humbly what number he had. The lack of reply did not squelch the inquirer, for he asked again for the number. One of the girls became indignant •nd scornfully asked: "What line do you think you are on, anyhow ?" "Well," said the man, "I am not sure, but Judging from what I have heard I should say I was on a clothes- line." Coming Down Easy. Inquiries after the welfare of Pat- rick Conroy were answered by his de- voted friend, Terence Dolan, who was at the Conroys in the double capacity of nurse and cook. "No, he's not dan- gerous hurt at all," was Mr. Dolan's reply to a solemnly whispered ques- tion at the door. "We heard he had a bad fall, ...

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