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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 May 1912

* I \ , I ■ V \ ' H Doctor Advised Resinol for Eczema A Stubborn Case. Relief at Once. Then a Perfect Cure. Mrs. V. A. Collins, McSherrystown, Pa., /ells a story that will interest every suf- ferer from itching, burning skin troubles. She write*: "We had a rather stubborn rase of «csema* several years ago. Acting on the advice of my physician, I Immediately procured a Jar of Resinol Ointment and a •cake of Resinol Soap, which I found gava relief at once, and finally effected a perfect cure. Of Resinol Soap I cannot apeak highly enough. I think it lnvalu- able in the home, especially among the children." And as if In confirmation, comes this letter from Mrs. W. A. Lucas, Montclare, 8. C. "My little babe was a great suf- ferer from ecsema of the scalp. I used Resinol Ointment regularly for about two .months, and it healed her head beauti- fully." Resinol Ointment stops itching instant- ly, and quickly heals ecsema, rashes, ringworm and facial eruptions, as well as boils, carbuncles, u...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 May 1912

| Getting Ahead The man with a small income who is spending a little less than he makes is get- ting ahead. Ho is doing better than the man with a larger income who spends all he makes as fast as he earns it. It is much easier to save if you have a bank account. Plant your seed in the bank and you take a pride in see- ing it grow. This bank welcomes the small depositor. It likes to see him getting ahead and it offers him the same courtesy that it does the large depositor. Make up your mind now, to start an account with the lirst money that you can spare. | The First National Bank, MSte' 1 Capital $50,000, - - Surplus $10,000, J. C. Rugel, S. B. Marshall, R. S. Kimbrough, President. Vice-President. Cashier The Buttermilk Heresy. Woodrow Wilson carried Fan- nin county by an overwhelming majority in the recent primaries, notwithstanding the fact that Jim Lowry devoted much of his editorial space to the cause of Champ Clark. It is no more than we expected. The people simply will not fol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 May 1912

' ' _ I - I si 1 %\)t ®exi>0 itlesquiter. Lifjjarlto By John E, Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 31,1912 Vol,XXX No. 48 Extra Special While they last. Some of the greatest bargains that have ever been offered are the ones mentioned below. White cups'and sau- ACn cers, per set of 6 - 17 ounce gob- lets, the best that can be had. Per set 75c The greatest Bargains in 5c, 10c and 25c embroid- ery that has ever been shown in the town- Don't tail to see them. How about Window 7Cn Shades, 25c to - ■ wu Specials in Ladies QCp Vests, 2 for - Ribbon! Ribbon!! Ribbon!!! The best and the most for the money. EXCEPTIONALLY 6000 VALUES IN TOWELS A large as- sortment of Towels, the pair 10c to 50c any two for In this lot we have about 150 yards of lawn and swiss in stripes, checks, etc., all regular 25c goods,for quick sale we are going to ICp make the price Uu Specials in ladies Gowns at 50c, 65c and $1.75 We also have some specials in lace. J. W. Bovell Telephone us the news. TO KNOW THIS M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 May 1912

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor aiESQUITE. - - TKUm There la no freshor or better tople than baseball. i is The baseball knocker 1b simply a reactionary In the field of sport. Thank goodness, the circus never threatened us with a farewell tour. The wireless Is fast being consid- ered the greatest invention of the j Fortified by statistics, swat the first By, and kill .327,648.695,671 other flies. One person who need not be told that the baseball team is In town is the of- fice boy. t I The bleachers are never willing to admit that a hostile umpire was born free and equal. If any person thinks that free Speech is restricted In this country let im go to a baseball game. Also, It Is well not to forget that there is a certain amount of healthy wxarcise In swatting the fly. The best barefoot dance of them all Ms the one the youngster does an the brink of the swimmin' hole. sip A London court Is trying to decide what Is a "sardine." Even the small Bah get their da...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 May 1912

, F SS#r PROFITS FROM CAPONS I I { \ >? * < Demand Is Always Steady at Increased Prices. Chickens Mostly Used Are Rhode It- land Red«, Plymouth Rocks, Brah- ma« and Wyandottea—Easy to Build Up Trade. There Is no doubt in my mind that an farms, as elsewhere, the man who follows the beaten track and does his farming just as his neighbor gets smaller returns for his labor than those who cater to a different sort of people who want something besides the mere staples. So, if a man has a turn of getting good results out of some of the "fancy touches" In farm- ing, he is apt to get much better re- turns than those who stick to the staples. I went through a large city mar- ket some time ago, and of course I *aw vast quantities of dressed fowls on sale; they are there every business day of the year, because all branches of poultry are popular with most people. Nearly all the chickens I saw were dressed in the regular way and ready to be cooked, but on a very few stands I saw some cocke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 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, as Second cltm Matter COUrvrp ASSOCIA FRIDAY MAY 31, 1912 And New Jersey went for Wilson, Boss Smith to the contrary, notwithstanding. Our fellow candidates for the Legislature have no occasion to be alarmed. Before a man can sit with the lawmakers at Austin he must first ob- tain a Democratic nomination. After that it ii easy. Every candidate must submit his claims i to the great Unterrified and every man so minded can throw his hat in the ring. Political Announcements. The following announcements are made subject to the Democratic pri> mary election, July 27, 1912: Judge Rice Maxey urged all the Harmon dele- gates to attend the State convention and then fail- ed to show up himself. It is evident that Judge Maxey is a poor general and a bad loser. State Chairman Sheb Williams took his licking like a man, and w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 May 1912

\ I I y i i a ii, tic I No Human Eye is Perfect The Eye works on the same principle as a camera. Your Srain takes a picture of every- thing you see— • .ien an eye begins to get weak or some other deiect arises, it stands to reason that something is wrong, and your eye cannot overcome it without help any more than camera could help itself. We examine your eyes free of charge* And can fit you correctly if you need glasses. CULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, * Texas 'flBM c Local and Personal. % C. E. Gross, chief deputy in the Sheriff's office at Dallas, was here Sunday. n Miss Edna May Shands is vis- iting relatives and friends at Waxahachie. * Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wynn of New Hope, were guests at the home of R. M. McGaughey Sun- day. R. B. Caldwell of Justin, visit- ed his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Caldwell, from Sunday until Tuesday. Mrs. J. T. Walker, who had been visiting relatives here, left Sunday afternoon for her home at Alvord. Mrs. O. L. Burgoo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 May 1912

f' n 3r- P* P m t His Face Entirely Filled With Pimples And Blackheads. Was AMi.-i vd Used Rcsinol, Skin Clear A Jersey City man. Thomas Brunt, I70V4 Brunswick St., writes: Mar. 2), 1812.—"About four months ago a pimple broke out on my forehead, which pained mo very much. I oogan scratching it and within two weeks my face wilh entirely filled with pimples and blackheads. They were not only disfigur- ing. but also painful. I was ashamed to walk on the streets and soon became dis- couraged. I tried many remedies such ns salves, cold cream, etc., but all were a failure. ■' ■; • Mr •'I read of the Reslnol Soap and Resi- nol Ointment lti the papers, and soon sent for samples which i used. They proved to be excellent, and after using two cakes of Uesinol Soap and a Jar of Reslnol Ointment, it remov- ed every pimple and blackhead in sight. This treatment lasted about three weeks, and now my skin Is clear and healthy. I gave soma Reslnol Ointment to a friend and It cured him of sycosis (or ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 May 1912

/ ill: ■ \i s Fashion Innovation Is Her© in the Directoire Parasol Tbofo, Copyright, by Underwood Ik Underwood, N. Y. The handle of the parasol suggests the canes carried by the men. The Btyle evidently was originated to carry out this idea. Fundamentally, though, it is of the Directoire period. The parasol is of white silk with a broad black velvet band and silk fringe. When folded up, it can be car- ried like a cane. DAINTIEST OF TABLE LINEN Dainty Dress 1 Most Elaborate and Expenslva la That In Use in Parisian Establishments. ' Table linen In Paris today Is of the most elaborate and expensive descrip- tion. Teacloths are made almost e tirely of lace composed of squares with insertions of finest embroidery, and serviettes and napkins must also match the cloth. Another expensivs habit is to have all the crystals in colored Bohemian cut glass to match the hue of the hostess' afternoon toilet. At a recent reception given by a society leader harmony of color waa very successfully carr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 May 1912

h-\ II Getting Ahead The man with a small income who is spending a little less thao he makes is get- ting ahead. He is doing better than the man with a larger income who spends all he makes as fast as he earns it. It is much easier to save if you have a bank account. Plant your seed in the bank and you take a pride in see- ing it grow. This bank welcomes the small depositor. It likes to see him getting ahead and it offers him the same courtesy that it does the large depositor. Make up your mind now, to start an account with the first money that you can spare. | The First National Bank, MS,e' Capital $50,000, - - Surplus $10,000, J. C. Rugel, S. B. Marshall, R. S. Kimbrough, President. Vice-President. Cashier KP: J. M. Evans of Orphans Heme, was here yesterday. W. B. Love's school at Eagle Ford closes this week. ' Little Misses Aria Vanston and Ollie Brown are visiting in Dallas. J. M. Dossier and E. I. Grubbs of Lawson, were in Mesquite | yesterday. '' '' ' < " •' P. W. Cullom of...

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

®ht Skxos By John E, Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 7,1912 Vol,XXX No 49 Extra Special While they last. Some of the greatest bargains that have ever been offered are the ones mentioned below. 3 White cups and sau- cers, per set of 6 45c 17 ounce gob- lets, the best that can be !ind. Per set 75c The greatest Bargains in 5c, 10c and 25c embroid- ery that has ever been shown in the town. Don't tail to see them. How about Window "7Ln Shades, 25c to - ' "U Specials in Ladies OpT Vests, 2 for - ^OC Ribbon! Ribbon!! Ribbon!!! i The best and the most for the money. EXCEPTIONALLY 600D VALUES IN TOWELS A large as- sortment of Towels, the pair 10c to 50c Specials in blue and white enameled ware, all tripple coated and heavy, pans, mixing bowls, etc. any two for - - &OL, In this lot we have about 150 yards of lawn and Swiss in stripes, checks, etc., all regular 25c goods,for quick sale we are going tol ET make the price IOC Specials in ladies Gowns at 50c, 65c and $1.75 We also have s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 June 1912

II m i § I: THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOItN C. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQUITE. . TEXAS Free speech la unrestricted at • baseball game The unloaded revolver kills more than the unslnkable ship, for It new vests. Hay Is selling In Cincinnati at $20 a ton, but what of It? What's the price of gasoline? In pay-as-you-enter cars the particu- lar woman to pay fares must be se- lected on the spot Letter paper Is to cost more, but ithe lover will be expected to write Hong letters Just the same. Europe reports an eclipse of the sun, "but China's Sun continues to shine >and break into the newspapers. The rain falls more on the Just than <he unjust, for the latter attach them- selves to any umbrella in sight. A scientist announces that coffee 1* frequently the cause of divorce. Some coffee Is capable of worse things than that. Harvard knows a lot, but she has had to acknowledge that she doesn't know how to keep the college elms alive. Los Angeles chorus girls are said to •be out on a str...

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

and Another By Bryant C. Roger's (Copyright. 1912, by Associated Literary Press.) Moses Davenport owned the sawmill In the village of Dort. He was also half-owner of a grocery store. He also owned the vacant lots opposite the Methodist church. It can thus be seen It a glance that Moses was a man of <>mportance. Added to the facts above given, he was forty years old and a widower, and it had been repeatedly innounced that he would never marry igaln, having promised his wife on £er dying bed that he would not do so. One spring day the village of Dort buzzed with excitement. Nobody had tallen downstairs, and the doctors had flot discovered a case of measles. The •ilace had not been turned into a sum- mer resort, and none of the hogs roam- ing the streets had come down with )he cholera. All the excitement had been created by the report that Moses Davenport had quarreled with his sis- ter, who kept bouse for him, and that ihe was going away and he had been heard to say: "You can go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 June 1912

The TEXAS MESQlftTER 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 It is am using to see Teddy Roosevelt railing out agaiast the politicians, when he is the most astute politician in the countay. It is a good thing for Georgia that they have Ty Cobb. They need something to offset Tom Watson, the premier blatherskite of the country. Ife. i I ; iH 11 nil ■fll counf ASSOCis FRIDAY JUNE 7,1912 The merchant who does not advertise helps to pay the advertising bills of the one who does. How? Why, in the loss of business which goes to the other man. -••• The indications are that Lorimer is going to get what has has been coming to him for a long time. Some of his aind have already gone and still there's more to follow. Jake Woltehs says the Pullman Company is ^ not a trust. Then there is no such thing as a trust. It owns and operates all the sleeping cars in the co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 June 1912

The Eye works on the same principle as a camera. Your brain takes a picture of every- thing you see—when an eye begins to get weak or some other defect arises, it stands to reason that something is wrong, and your eye cannot overcome it without help any more than camera could help itself. v We examine your eyes free of charge. And can fit you correctly if you need glasses. CULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, ✓ < * > Texas 1 r Local and Personal, □ A. Rockhold of Dallas, here Tuesday. was A daughter was born to J. B. Davis and wife on June 5. County Commissioner J. Matt Hamilton of Garland, was here yesterday. H. L. Erwin of Dallas, a candi- date for Tax Assessor, was in Mesquite Friday. Mrs. T. W. Bovell returned Monday from a visit to her form- er home at Crowley. Mrs. C. C. McGaughey visited her sister, Mrs. D. T. Richburg, at Arlington, several days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Knapp left yesterday for Kendalia, to visit relatives. They expect to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 June 1912

•vW WIFE'S HEALTH RESTORED Husband Declared Lydia El* Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Would Re- store Her Health, ^ And It Did. ■ .■ Ashland, Ky.-"Four years ago I Beemed to have everything the mutter with me. I had fe- maleand kidney trou- ble and was so bad off I could hardly rest day or night. I doc- tored with all the best doctors in town and took many kinds of medicine but noth- ing did any good un- til I tried your won- derful remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham'B Vege- table Compound. My husband said^ it would restore my health and it has.' — Mrs. May Wyatt, Ashland, Ky. There are probably hundreds of thou- sands of women in the United States who have been benefitted by this famous old remedy, which was produced from roots and herbs over thirty years ago by a woman to relieve woman's suffering. Read What Another Woman says: Camden, N. J.—"I had female trou- ble and a serious displacement and was tired and discouraged and unabletodo my work. My doctors told me I never could be cured without...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 June 1912

/ I I V A POULTRY CHICKS DYING IN THE SHELL Common Trouble In Hatching and One Causing Many Failures Unno- ticed for Many Year#. Chicks dying in the shell is a very common trouble in hatching and one which causes many failures each year. There was no attempt to discover why chicks die in the shell until the hatch- ing of them with Incubators became popular, although this trouble predom- inated when old biddy sat on the eggs long before the incubator was even thought of. There were only a few under each hen at the most, and noth- ing was thought of it, but when the in- cubator came Into the field and made it possible to hatck them by the hun- dreds the cause of chicks dying In the $hell came up for discussion. Remember that the secret of secur- ing high per cent hatches depends as much upon strongly fertilized eggs laid by healthy, vigorous birds as upon proper incubation. The more frequent eauses of chicks dying in the shell where the incubator or operator is at fault are irregular ...

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

i A BANK'S RESPONSIBILITIES This bank is responsible to its deposi- tors for the money they intrust to its care;, It is responsible to its stockholders for the safe investment of its resources; It is responsible to the community for a large share of the prosperity it enjoys, and for the wisdom with which its resource* are applied to worthy business enterprises. Tt invites thp accounts of responsible people, who desire the facilities of a strong, responsible bank. ! The First National Bank, M^uaf' Capital $50,000, - - Surplus $10,000, J. C. Hugel, S. B. Marshall, R. S. Kimbrough, President. Vice-President. Cashier The Raising and Marketing of Live Stock mmm iSj Produced Consumsd THE TEXAS PORK BARREL. As a revenue producer, the Texas hog undoubtedly excels every other animal on the globe and enjoys the distinction of being the only animal that can swell a bank account by emptying a swill barrel. He is the favorite of the barnyard, a leader in packing house society and occupies first ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 June 1912

ttti Llliarlun Cittittf t ®lje Scxas illesquitcr. By John E, Davis. ■' 1 MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1912 Vol.XXX Nx 'o 50 S. S. CONVENTION HERE NEXT WEEK TworDay Convention Opens Tuesday Morning. Promptly at 9:20 next Tuesday morning, June 18, the Dallas County Sunday convention for 1912 will be called order by Pres- ident Dealey. For several weeks various com- mittee have been at work pre- paring for the convention and it is stated that all plans are ma- turing satisfactorily and that the visitors will find Mesquite ready for them. They have had the assistance of President C. L. Dealey Secretary George B. Latham of the County organiza- tion and the indications are that there will be a large attendance. A reception committee, head- ed by H. D. Humpheys, will meet all trains and assign visit- ors to their homes, where they will be received as guests with- out charge. The convention will be in ses- sion two days—Tuesday and Wednesday, June 18 and 19. On Tuesday at noon, Tuesday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 June 1912

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN t. DAVIS, tditor and Proprietor MES QUITE, TEXAS Helping th# farmer to help himself la the newest agricultural creed- Rainy dayB bring out the man who carries his umbrella as though It wer® a spear. • . This season's precipitation ehould be conducive to succesful alligator farming. A Norwegian claims that be has In- vented a boat that even in boat rocker cannot sink. AutomoblleB possessed of a wild de- sire to reduce the population sbotfld be suppressed. .A, The reports of automobile accident# are quite numerous for a season which baa Just opened. * The Paris fashions call for corsets for men, but men refuse to be re- shaped in tbla way. A Boston doctor enumerates a dozen causes of spring fever.' But be fails to mention carpet-beating. A frog leg famine la predicted, but there are a number of citizens who are not In the least dlaturbed. Of course there la much to be said In favor of the recall of umpires under certain mournful circumstances. . About this tim...

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