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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 June 1912

J 1 mm .1 Sherwood Forest, Robin Hood's Haunt, Still Thrives. PERILS OF ELEPHANT HUNT TO MAKE DANDELION GREENS Notable Woodland In England !• Said to Bo Unequalled in All Europe- Marty Kings Have Enjoyed the. Chase Here. I ' ( London.—Now that Robin Hood, prince of outlaws, has appeared again on the stage, it may be Interesting to know what his former haunt, Sher- wood forest, la like today. When he was alive the forests of North York- shire were one immense woodland, but even In its present shrunken size Sher- wood Is said by a correspondent of the Bellman to be unequalled in all Eu- rope. From the days of the Normans to the time of the Stuarts, some six cen- turies, the kings of England were oft- en in Sherwood forest enjoying the pleasures of the chase. Here and there were royal hunting boxes, of which little now remains save more or less legendary stories. But there are still In existence many remnants of the religious houses which In their day were both numerous ahd im- portant...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 June 1912

J. \,m The TEXAS MESQUITER John E. Davis. Editor and PublUher Established 1882. Subscription $1.00 Par Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Entered at Mesquite, Texas, • Second Ctaaa Matter associ£ FRIDAY JUNE 14,1912 Thk Dallas Times Herald was wont tqcarry thd slogan "Keep the Record Straight." The present editor ia chief of that paper did not occupy that position at that time but he was on the staff and he ought to have profited more by1 that suggestion than he appears to have done.' Recently The Times Herald has referred to Gov- Harmcn's "overwhelming victory" in the Presi- dential primary in his otfn state of Ohio. Here is the vote: Gov. Harmon, 100,090; Gov. Wilson, 89,- 119. We repeat that good man, though he Is, Gov. Harmon's friends have no reason to boast of the results in Ohio. Look at what Clark did in Missouri, Wilson in New Jersey and Underwood in Alabama. I Political Announcements. The following announcements are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary elec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 June 1912

To The Ladies! We wish to invite your attention to the fact that we have a complete assortment of high grade per- fumes and toilet preparations, included among which are the following: BATH SPARKLER —Softens water and makes the use of soap un- necessary. NIFTY POWDER—Destroys offensive odors about the body, such as is caused by excessive perspiration. BUTTERMILK CEMTE-For softening the skin. lUHHini CUCUMBER CREAK —For chapped hands, sunburn, etc PERFUMES—In refined and lasting odors. SUPREMA TOILET WATER —Also many other high grade prepara- tions. CULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The PaiaccDrug Store Mesquite, *' v * Texas £ Local and Personal. 'Walter Noles of Handley, was a visitor here Sunday. Mrs. R. S. Kimbrough is visit- ing friends in Cedar Hill. Miss Bonnie Nolen of Palmer, is visiting her sister, M rs. Will Tosch. Mrs. John T. Lynch of Dallas, spent Saturday night and Sun- day with relatives here. Mrs. J. C. Butts of Itasca, is visiting at the home of her par- ents, Mr. an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 June 1912

s^Weless Tele laphv Spreads 'mJ. iiilli EARS ago a fanciful writer took his readers on an expedition to the north pole. The ex- plorer had been pre- ceded to the region of perpetual ice by $ party that had perished there. The hero of the story learned this one day when a torch that he was holding thawed part of a large shaft of : ice and there came ffom this ic^ pris- on the voices of the men who had perished there years before. Today the fancy of. the novellsit • has become H fact of science. The air ts filled with messages that may be heard by any one who has the simple means that are requisite. The man who stands In the noisy crowd of the city and the lonely sheep herder on a fenceless Australian prairie are alike surrounded by them, and it is possible for each to be made conscious of their presence. This Is the accomplishment of wireless. The system of communication without the use of wires to carry the electrical impulses has grown so intimately into the world's business that i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 June 1912

. ■ «!ra)tfk.1 itikv< m. / l$ > ■. H>:. '> * , ■ Th® Way Out. "The trouble 1 ," Bald Wllklns, aa he {talked the matter over with his coun- sel, "that In the excitement of the mo- ment 1 admitted that I had been go- ing too* fast, and wasn't paying any attention to the road just before the collision. I'm afraid that admission Is going to prove costly." "Don't worry about that," said his lawyer, "I'll bring seven witnesses to testify that they wouldn't believe you under oath."—Harper's Weekly. Not That Kind. Manager—My dear sir, there lfl one grave drawback in your play. Playwright—What is it, sir? Manager—The villain charges the poor widow 160 per cent on his loan to her on her humble little home. Now, It is the unwritten managerial law that all plays must have human Interest. The Whole Truth. "Algernon, am I the first woman you have ever loved?" "Not exactly. I was in love with iny teacher at ten and with a circus rider at twelve. But you are the first girl I have ever a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 June 1912

J*. I&- A BANKS RESPONSIBILITIES TLis 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 * large share of the prosperity it enjoys, and for the wisdom with which its resources are applied to worthy business enterprises. Tt invites the accounts of responsible people, who desire the facilities of a strong, responsible bank. If The First National Bank, MSte' jj Capital $50,000, - • Surplus $10,000, J. C. Rugel, S. B. Marshall, R. S. Kimbrough, President. Vice-President. Cashier Off on Fishing Trip. W. W. Bennett and wife of this place and son, Void Bennett of Dallas, Messrs Jake and Joe Kimbrough and their families al so of Dallas, left Wednesday for San Angelo to spend two or three weeks fishing. They made the trip in their autombiles. BASEBALL NOTES. '' V Manager Williams has arrang- ed fo£,games on Tuesday and Wednesday Qf next week ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 June 1912

j|n liiP I w iUcsquiUi. ' " 3S1*. v iyiffij By John E. Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912 Vol,XXX No 51 S, S. CONVENTION A BIG SUCCESS Visiting Delegates Were De/ lighted with Arrangements. The Sunday School workers of Dalhs county and neighboring counties have been with us with their happy smiling faces for two days and have returned to their homes and as Hon. J. C. Rugel said in his welcome ad- dress, "the citizenship of Mes- quite welcomes all business and social gatherings, but especially a Sunday School gathering, the best people to be found any- where." We were glad theyj were with us for nothing is to1 Mrs. Wm. N. Wiggins, Field Worker, illustrated the elemen- tary division work, assisted by others which was especially en- tertaining. Rev. O. Sharpe gave an illus- trative talk to the children, fol- lowed by an address by Sta.te Secretary, Wm. N. Wiggins, who spoke on ''A Kingdom Vis- ion, Texas Part," with the clos- ing address at the night service by Dr. Geo. W. B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 June 1912

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN I. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MES QUITE. - TEXAS l. ' Cheer up once more. Soon will coma I tbe freckle harvest. The fool who rocks the boat kflta imore than the icebergs do. What's the proper Scotch word for 'the blowing up of a golf ball? If every day were Sunday, think of lall the money there would be In base- Iball. The political bosses are faring "worse this year than even the um- pires. Still, before frying an egg by wire- less it Is of course necessary to catch the egg. The unsinkable boat and the aero- plane that will not fall are still to be Achieved. I The sleeping porch is located first {nowadays and then a bouse is built taround it New York has a society burglar, •which shows how easy it is to break tlnto society. Washington is a city of magnificent distances. Also it is magnificently 'distant for many an aspiring states- man. New York now has a special force of ipolicemen to guard shoppers, but even ithat wf'l not prevent bargain counter rushes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 June 1912

OatIxerecl Smiles A LUCKY MAN. "Have you any last message to leave -any final word to say?" hi* wife asked as she knelt beside bis bed. | "There is one. Mary, but I think I ■had better say It to some one else." • "No, William, speak It to me. I can't bear to think of any one else hearing your last words." "No, no, dear. Let me whisper my message to the doctor or to the min- ister If he Is here. It would only make you sad." "I Insist on knowing what you wish to say. You must tell me—only me." "Well, then, If you must have It, I merely wish to say that I die happy— that 1 am glad to go." "Oh, William, why—why are you glad to go?" "I'll miss housecleanlng this year." Her Cyclone Toilet. J It was In the cyclone season, and a bad storm having come up In the night, Mrs. Hall roused her family, ■and they hurried into their clothes, preparatory to retiring to the cellar. The 13-year old daughter, who was just beginning to be particular as to what she wore, hastened—before dressing—Into her ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 June 1912

I ■ I I IK' ■ i : T':"' • \ The TEXAS xMESQUITER John E. Davis, Editor and Publisher Established 1882. Subscription $1.00 Per Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Class Mattel Sl'l'tUHl Mesquite, iexas, •SS ASS~OC\* FRIDAY JUNE 21, 1912 Hats off to Jupiter Pluvius. | They are pulling off tlve big show at this week. Next week the scene will Baltiinore.;U■ t &C z:iis Chicago shift to The Democrats have a good opportunity to learn how not to run a convention by watching the Republicans at Chicago. It is claimed that more than half the voters at Terrell, the home of Governor Colquitt, are mem- bers of the Ramsey Club. Politics is—politics. THE MEsyriTEK has never been an admirer of Theodore Roosevelt and its sympathies have all along been with President Taft. bat it appear^ to us that the action of the national committee jin ^warding the Texas delegates at large to Tuft was a downright political theft. \ Even the Houston Post and Dallas Times Her- ald admit that Cone Johns...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 June 1912

. c I > ...— « u > If. V * \m THIS BANK Is the storehouse of money and the clearing house of the money and credit of the community. It is the recipient of the confidence of its customers, which it holds inviolate. It gives careful consideration to the business propositions its patrons present, and acts upon them promptly and with fairness. The accounts of business men and individuals Invited on the basis of mutual profit, I; The First National Bank, MfSe' Capital $50,000, - - Surplus $10,000, J. C. Rugel, S. B. Marshall, R. S. Kimbrough, President. Vice-President. Cashier ^ H. L Erwin for County Tax Assessor Name Left Off Ticket. TRUTHFUL TEXANS There are only three candi-1 dates for Justice of the Peace of "All Persons Inclined to Prevari. cate Should Move to Texas this precinct. Four candidates had announced but J. I. Murphy of Kleburg, failed to make appli- cation in time to get his name printed on the official ballot. Last week the Mesquiter called particular attention to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 June 1912

MyLa^oftheNorth i^t'7 XHI LOVE STORY OF A ORAY JACKET )V IjyffitAUULL HlKJf/SH ^ ^ AUTHOR OF 'WEN WILDERNESS WAS KING' * Illustrations t^irihurT/WilUamsoivJ &nmw&AC*ccuBe<tsca -jA7z&z>^JZfrAz*ze?jZta. zovaar 8YNOPSI3. The itory opwns tn a Confederate tent at a critical staaiu of the Civil War. Gen. Imparts lo Capt. Wayne an lm|M>rtant niessmge to Longatrnct. Accompanied by BertiL CraiK. an old army acout. Wayne •turiH on his mission. They K*t within the lines of the enemy and In the dark- ness Wayne Is taken for a fcedera! of- ficer and a youn* ludy on horaebacK is given In his charge. She Is a northern girl and attempts to wcape. One.of the liorsea at with the Ijidy of >• •. > • «... —r, seek shelter In a hut and entering It In the dark a huge mastiff attacks Wayne The glii shoots the brute Just In time. The on tier of the hut. Jed Bungay, and Jils wife appear and soon a party^ of noraemen approach. They are led by a man claiming to be Red Lowrle, but who...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 June 1912

. V1: ' To The Ladies! We wish to invite your attention to the fact that we have a complete assortment of high grade per- fumes and toilet preparations, included among which are the following: BATH SPARKIER—Softens water and makes the use of soap un- necessary. NIFTY POWDER—Destroys offensive odors about the body, such as is caused by excessive perspiration. BUTTERMILK CERATE-For softening th skin. ALMOND and CUCUMBER CREAM—For chapped hands, sunburn, etc PERFUMES —In retined and lasting odors. SUPREMA TOILET WATER —Also many other high grade prepara- tions. CULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, , , „ , Texas J #■ L Local and Personal u Come out and hear the candi- dates Saturday. George Gross of Dallas, is visiting relatives here. Will Porter of McKinney, visit- ed here Sunday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Toseh on June 15. Miss Lela Paschall returned Saturday from a visit to friends in Irving. Mrs. li. S. Kimbrough return- ed Saturday from a visit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 June 1912

I That's the kind — Lob- by's — There isn't an- other sliced dried beef like it. Good ? It's the inside cut of the finest beef sliced to wafer thin- Sliced Dried Beef stands supreme. The tasty dishes one can make with it are almost numberless. Let's see I There's creamed dried beef, and—but just try it. Then you'll know I • ■ Always Insist on Libby's Don't accept "a justas good." From relish to roast, from condiment to conserve, the quality of Libby's Ready-to-Serve Foods is always superior. ' And they don't cost one whit more than the ordinary kinds. Pat up in sterilized glass or tin container* At Every Grocers Libby, M-Neill & Libby Chicago Her Foresight. "It is really by little things that one can tell a man's character." "Yes; I think that was the reason Julia broke her engagement Henry used to bring her such cheap choco- lates." ' One or the Othec. A very plain, although somewhat fa- mous woman, was traveling the state of Florida, lecturing on woman's suf- frage. She addres...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 June 1912

7 ♦ V 1 V . ( ^ I , i A«0 w r ' 41 \ a 1 ML, i 31 4 <4 I \ u\ \l M \ '#|pfe — ——- f OUI^ SUMMER HOUSE FOR POULTRY Coop 8hown In the Illustration Will Provide Comfortable Place for Hens In Hot Weather. Good poultry quarters are needed, and for warm weather tbe bouse shown In the accompanying picture will answer the purpose exceedingly well. It 1b built eight feet wide, 12 feet long, seven feet high in front and 4% feet at the rear. It should have a light framework, consisting of 2x4's, for the sIIIb and caps, and sid- ing of inch stuff, preferably matched, Summer House for Hens. nailed on perpendicular as Indicated, writes Fred O. Sibley in the Farm and Home. The front, which Is to face toward the south, has a good-sized window, and at each corner are two openings, 12x16 inches, for the hens to pass. In the end opposite the door there is a wooden shutter about two feet square for air and ventilation, and this, as well as the window, should have strong, fine meshed wire nailed on t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 June 1912

■MB MM ■hf. THE NEW STORE'S INTRODUCT @UY STARTS SATURDAY JUNE 22ND A L E CLOTHING, HATS FURNISHINGS Kb W Kf' Sif * ' * Great Money-Saving Event in Dallas INTRODUCING The New Store in its New Location, 1608-1610 Main Street, across from the Praetorian Build- ing, Saturday we commence a sale unusually important to men of Dallas and surrounding territory. INTRODUCING not only a New Store, but distinctly New Merchandise in every department of this New Store the word important rightly attaches this sale. INTRODUCING Superior as well as New Merchandise adds greater Importance to this event, making it dis- tinctive in kind. INTRODUCING Lower Prices on high-grade Men's Wear of the most seasonable type, doubles its imports ancc to all wearers of Clothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods, without respect to their occupation or means, because all are afforded the opportunity to buy the best at prices no higher than they would have to pay for inferior goods. And so we say this is the Most Important ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 June 1912

•f J @lje 'Xcxas Jllesnniter. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1912 Vol. XXX No 52 FOUR PEOPLE HURT IN AUTO ACCIDENT Big Machine Overturns in Ditch Near Mesquite. An automobile accident, which occured about il o'clock Sunday morning, near, where the New Hope tap leaves the East Pike, about a mile and a half north of Mesquite, resulted in injuries to four out of five occupants of the car. One of them, Paul Williams, who was driving the car, was seriously injured. _Jn the car at the time of the accident were Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liams, a Miss Huburg of Paris and Miss Estelle Farr and her brother, "Boss" Parr, of near Hugo, Ok la. • The party were on their way from Oklahoma, to Big Sandy, der the heavy car and both re- ceived painful bruises and cutis from the wire fence. Mr. Wil- liams was also injured internally, just how seriously, it can not be said at this time. Miss'Fare received a sprained ankle and a mashed foot, and her brother suffered a broken arm. Miss Hubur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 June 1912

THE TEXAS MESQUITER ADVERTISING SENTIMENT Human Interest Real Power In Meis chandlslng, Says J. R. Hamilton. JOHN t. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor Advertising - TEXAS MES QUITE, - Most of the recent aeroplane re- lords have been death records. The steplSBs car Is highly populat In these days of bobble skirts. Now a lot of people are hearing the Orst call to the old swimming hole. The passing of the horse la a ca- lamity—when you've got money up on blni. The Chicago girls are right, the old-fashioned klBS is the sweetest and best. Another infallible sign of the ap- proach of summer is the mad dog ■care. One way to drive away every sign of rain is to buy a new umbrella or raincoat The inventor of the black dress «hirt was no doubt behind on his laundry bill. A counterfeit $20 bill is reported In circulation, this being one of the perils of the rich. A German company has Just launch- ed the biggest steamship in the world, It's England's move. The English sparrow may be a sav- ory dish, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 June 1912

I r\ 0 I s OGRESS of the WOI lLD SOME THINGS THE BUSY WORKER IS DOING FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OP CIVILIZATION Hard to See Boss Head of Business Concern More Difficult of Access Than Ever Before. WANTS TO THINK; NOT TALK Big Chief Not Only 8ealed and Walled In, But Assistants Down to Fourth and Fifth Generation Are Far Remote From Average Caller. Twenty years ago Chicago had a population of 1,000,000 souls. Considering only the territory that 20 years ago constituted Chicago, the city has approximately Just 2,000,000 souls. Of all the old sections of the old city, the loop district has increased most in daylight population. The old city boundaries 20 years ago have doubled in population. In that partic- ular loop section downtown its popu- lation in office buildings probably is multiplied by 20, or even a greater fig- ure. Twenty years ago in the loop dis- trict the average man of business af- fairs having offices In the loop sat at !his desk beginning at nine o'clock In ithe morning and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 June 1912

I The TEXAS MESQUITERjJ^—,mM'u,s' K* w""e H ,to>d" Jolui B- Davis, Editor and Publisher j Established 1882. Subscription $1.00 Per Year; Matt Zou.nku, the Rockwall man who is a ■ candidate for (piflWWiff jjUKiJi|jp el Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas j much easier to mis., -otton. even in a bad year | than to win a seat in the American House of Entered -at Ma qulte, Texas, ' Second Class Matter 1 £^ords. SS ASSOClia FRIDAY JUNE 28,1912 Hats off to Jupiter Pluvius once more. Napoleon had his Waterloo and RoowveH his Chicago, r':'--*' The scene has shifted from Chicago to Balti- more. History is being made rapidly these days. We do not know whether it was original with Mr. Epps G. Knight or not, but he hit the nail squarely on the head when h" said that the pro hi* bition question had as much place in a campaign for governor as a governor had in a prohibition campaign. Will H. Mayes of Brown wood has made good at everything he ever undertook. As an editor, as a builder, as president...

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