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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 July 1912

yiiiM s fiw Resinol *®5IWiSJ' / m i J* Skin-health for baby in Resinol 1 If every woman whose little one is troubled by eczema, ringworm, rash or tetter only knew that simple baths with Resinol Soap and a little Resinol Oint- ment spread on the tortured skin would stop the' itching and burning at once, and quickly clear away all trace of the eruption, there would be fewer suffering, disfigured babies, fewer mothers worn out by constant worry and care, and fewer lives made miserable by skin troubles which have persisted since in* fancy. Almost All druggists sell Resinol Soap (2Kc) and Renlnoi Ointment (50c)- If yours doen not, they will be mailed on receipt of price. Send to Dept. mi, ltetfinol Chemical Co., Baltimore, Ud. WILLING TO SHARE PENNIES Generous Act of 8treet Waif That Gained Him a Friend In Great Novelist. Charles Dickens, the creator of many delightful child characters, earned a million dollars during his lifetime with his pen, but often walk- ed the streets of London in...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 July 1912

m: Mm '!<' k I - ■ . | The Banking Habit means sound sleep, good digestion, cool judgment and independence. It is good business to become identified with a good bank; to make it a habit to consult with its officers. Cash in bank, with the credit it creates, is the key to opportunity and a reserve against adversity. We inyite you to open an account with us. We do not insist on a large beginning. The main thing is to make a start. ! The First National Bank, Mfetse' Capital $50,000, - ' - Surplus $10,000, J. C. Ruffe], S. B. Marshall, R. S. Kimbrougb, President. Vice-President. Cashier Walt Mason on Weariness Sometimes I get tired of my writing and think with some heart rendering groans of those who make business of fighting, and gatner in bushels of bones sometimes I grow tired of the botches sent out to my reader as rhymes and think of the Mahounts and Gotches who swallow in diamonds and dimes. Sometimes I grow tired of the bustle of breaking cheap words from their stems, and wish...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 July 1912

m ®he ®c*os lllesquiter By John E. Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 19,1912 Vol. XXXI No. 3 OUR TENTH SEMI-ANNUAL SEVEN DAY CLEAN UP SALE Starts Saturday Morning July 20,1912 at 8 O'clock and Closes Saturday Night, July 27 IF you have ever doubted the remarkable purchasing power of a dollar, this semi-annual cleanup sale holds out to you the opportunity to make the test, for it s the one chance in all this year to make both sides of that dollar do its duty. Fearless price cutting, annihilation of profits, an iron clad determination to move seasonable merchandise, fast, fierce selling pleased purchaserers in whose memory will linger long the splendid values obtained during this mighty event. All this and more will be accomplished in this master stroke at lowered prices in this greatest Cleanup Sale we have ever held. Come early and reap the benefit of this twice a year sale. Ladies' Oxfords, Pumps Ladies' black velvet and satin pumps. Our 3.00 values, this semi- O ETA annual sale...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 July 1912

WW 'M ! M m m MSPP N the leeward chain of islands of Jl— the Hawaiian group the Pacific ■ possesses not only one of the great natural wonflera of the ^ Jr5r~~*'* western world, but a cruising, (f carap'ns. fl«hing and outing park reservation that is in every J sense unique, 40t Few even of the best informed * <Vl people In the Hawaiian Islands, or out of them for that matter, appreciate this Important pos< session at its real worth. This, however, is not so difficult to understand as It might at first seem, since hardly one in a thousand of the limited number who have desired to make the Journey among them has ever been permitted to visit theBe floating bits of coral sand that apparently bob aimlessly about, adrift on the bosom of the great wide ocean. Few indeed have a first hand knowledge of what these possessions really are and know of the fascination they and their in- habitants possess as objects of natural Interest. Then, too, the idea of utilizing the distant islands In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 July 1912

KNOWLEDGE NEEDED TO SUCCEED WITH HORSE ■ Excellent Types of Farm Horses. Knowledge and skill are two thlnga 'that are necessary to success In horse 'breeding. Theory may be of some as- sistance, but knowledge and experi- ence are the main thlnga that lead to success. We may reason out that such and |auch a thing Is proper, but experience |may prove that our reasoning was en- Itlrely wrong. The breeder must have some knowl- edge of the market If he expects to raise more horses than he needs for his own use. He must know what breed will come nearest to comply- ing with the demands of the market. The man who breaks animals that suit his own fancy may have some- thing that there is no demand for. Different sections of the country seem to furnish markets for different sorts of horses. In a region where the greatest demand is for carriage and saddle animals it Is not a very good place to sell draft horses, nor Is a country where there is a great deal of hauling to be a done, a good place ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 July 1912

■•carrEfclvu'." "'WWJ1—* '££■ KSi" -s Bl IMS. '■■ 8® Us'/ ifi ■ The TEXAS MESQUITER John E. Davis, Editor and Publisher Established 1882. Subscription ?I 00 Per Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas ntered at Mesquite, Texux. uc Soeooil Clas* Matter °UJV7V ASSOO&i FRIDAY, JULY 19,1912 r/oodrow Wilson Will Win. Whoopee! "Summers and Cureton is a good ticket for Con- gressman at Large. If you can pick a better one, vote it. There is a slight difference in the estimate of the Golquit't and Ramsey leaders -a small matter ■of 200.000 votes. The Democrats are so harmonious that even the peaceably inclined Republicans are coming ovor to them. It will take lots of powder to cele- brate the victory iu November. Everybody admits that Wood row Wilson will 4>e elected except Major Mose Harris of San An- tmio. After it is all over we shall expect Major Mose to move to make it'unanimous. One more week and the agony will be over. Did somebody say thank goodness? Our good friend, Ed...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 July 1912

The Best Paint That You can Buy is Lincoln Climatic paint. It is not only made of pure ingredients but is prepared especially for tlys climate. Of course we can sell you a cheaper paint but we advise you to buy the best, as the cheaper quality costs more in the end. We have a nice line of watches and clocks and can save you money on them or anything else in the jewlery line. Some pretty new bracelets just received. OULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, Texas Albert and Walter Bovell of Dallas, were here Sunday. S. W. Hutton and wife, evan- gelist and singer, respectively, of Fort Worth will begin a pro- tracted meeting at the New Hope Christian church Sunday morn- iug, July 21. Chas. E. Rugel of Dallas, spent Sunday at the hotne of his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rugel He was accompanied by his brother-in-law, Gus Bracken, al- so of Dallas. ftf" c Local and Personal. 3 J. T. Walkar of Alvod, was here Sunday. Born—July 13, to Waco Crain and wife, a son. B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 July 1912

1 I i1 'i m. ■IP. ':41! ^ v V$ . _. THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN I. DAVIS, Editor ai MESQUITJbJ, TBXAi The tragedies of aviation keep paos with its achievements. Onoe again the prospect of winning the pennant inspires the fan. Among the world's hardest worker* may be numbered the convention claque. A Cleveland writer offers one dollar to everyone who will read his book. It "would probably be money well earned. Again It has been declared that the hobble skirt Is doomed. Its slaveB will probably rejoice and the world at large certainly will. That reported microbe for the pres- ervation of youth must have tried it on Itself. The exlllr of youth idea is rather venerable. A walking club in New York holds out exceptional social advantages as an inducement to Join. To walk into New York society Is a new fad. Westerners who are praying for rain overlooke the fact that the easi- est way to start a rain storm is to leave their rain coats at home. Henoeforth it is going to be posl- ble to alight f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 July 1912

feetM **Nor t ke anything in my hands, Twos to tort from rkfumatum. There you see the hard case of Mr. Phillip J. Corniisky of East Mauch Chunk, Pa., as he explains in a letter to The Blood Balm Co. Your case cannot be worse than his. "I suffered 3 year*" he lays, "I was run down ao bad, the doctors told me I had no hope to be cured. 1 could find no place on account ol my sickness. 1 wasn't fit lor anything before 1 started to use B.B.B. "Today I am welt and happy; and able to earn a hundred dollars a month on a loco, motive. Your medicine is so helpful I gained 25 pounds in two weeks. And I am still gaining. I will recommend B.B.B. to all my friends." If the druggist can't supply you with B.B.B. write to The Blood Balm Co., Philadelphia or St. Louis. Don't keep on suffering when real help is at hand. Just " ask for When you are ottered anything free look for the string. Lest you forget when next In need of a laxative remember ilie nunie "Gurfielil Teu." A trial will convince you of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 July 1912

HP? BY THEIR FRUITS YOU SHALL KNOW T! EM." 1 JOSEPH D. CAf TER CANDIDATE FO LEGISLATURE, 4th PLACE CARTER'S RECORD Carter got into politics be- cause the political machine of "Dallas had reached out and got control of the Dallas public schools, and The public schools were being used for the purpose of vpaying political debts and keeping friends and favorites on the pay- roll of the people. Able and ef- ficient teachers had been dis- missed without cause in order that places might be made for favorites. A cigarette smoking, booze fighting politician superintend- ent had been placed in charge of the public schools. Disorganiza- tion and demoralization reigned supreme. Carter and his col- league were elected by a hand- some majority. They found, however, after 'election that the school board was determined to thwart and defeat the things they were elected to carry out. In eight months Carter and his colleague had hammered that board to pieces and had gone back to the people and a board...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 July 1912

A ,s t>•. 1 ' 11 1 I f John E. Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 26,1912 Vol.: EX-GOV. CAMPBELL SPEAKS IK MESQUITE Dettverrd Address in Favor of Judge Ramsey for Gov-- ernor. Ex Coverner T h o m a s M Campbell :i(l(lr<"sspc! a I m r e audience hero l«'fid ay afternoon, in the interest W the can*) < y of Judire W. F. Ramsey for (Gov- ernor. Arrangements for hlra to speak here were not made until the middle of the afternoon the day before, consequently little timt was given to advertise the speaking. Notwithstanding that PRIMARY ELECTION SET FOR SATUROAY Ins administration, there ei||r was a deficit in the general revenues. Me said thai Colquitt had' • ( cliavged him with usiiiu line's col- ] Democratic Voters To Vote on lwled to defray the expenses of b(a|c Distrkt> County and the general government and said j that if Colquitt had helped in- stead of hindered the Attorney General's Department lie might have have had some tines to no in- to the general revenue. He said ...

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

msmm THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN I. DAVIS, Editor aad Proprlatsr MES QUITE, - - - TEXAS Still, the abort weight Ice dealer It not aa universal aa once he waa. The Prince of Wales la of legal age. but haa not been given a night key. , Philadelphia la to hare a 11 story total It la trying to keep step with it York. H' "Absolute divorce and the cuatody of the dog," la the way an eaatarn decree reada. ! Mary had a little lamb, and now that the price baa dropped a Uttle, ebe can have a little more. A woman looka under the bed for a Wan, while a man looka around to aee If he can find a dictograph. ( i More than 27.000.000 clgarettee are Smoked each day In the United Statea. not that ataln your fingers f , In the weather line the year con- tlnuea to ahow a dlapoaltlon to go to axtremea mora lntereatlng than popu- lar. [ The fact that Nan Corrlgan, a pret- fcy newaglrl, la to marry a very rich taian la further proof of the power of the presa. i A noted poet la reported aa dead of Indigestion. ...

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

MADE BIG PROFIT FOR STATE ■-Ms i Purely Business Argument for the Es- tablishment of Sanltorlums for the Tuberculosis. According to figures contained in the annual report of Dr. H. L. Barnes, su- perintendent of the Rhode Island etate sanitorium, the earnings of the ex- patients of that institution during the year 1911 would amount to over $266,- 000. Tbls is a sum three times as large as that spent each year for main- tenance of the institution, including four per cent., Interest and deprecia- tion charges. The actual earnings in 1911 of 170 ex-patients were obtained by Dr. Barnes. These ranged from $3 to |31 per week, the total earnings for the year amounting to $102,752. On this basis, Dr. BarneB computes the figures above given. He says, how- ever: "While institutions for the cure of tuberculosis are good investments, there is good reason for thinking that • Institutions for the isolation of far- advanced cases would be still better investments." Out of a total of 46,450 hospita...

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

I ''4W i' ■t The TEXAS MESQUITER fohn E. D^vis, fidltor and Publisher (Sstablished 1882. Subscription ^MX) Published Every Friday at Mestjuite, Texas 1110''" Mosquitc. Textt^, Ub SwHiuit ('lawf Maltar friday, july26, 1912 Thk t? reman has begun to get ur steam for the Salt River packet. * Thkvare all good fellows; pity there isn't -enough r Hces to go round. A 1 who • Austin is a very dull place except during the sessions of the Legislature, but it has been es- pecially dull the past few weeks, with a big lot of the State officers from the Governor down to the clerks in the various departments campaigning ov r the State. In a speech near the close of the last session of the Legislature, Representative A. M. Kennedy bade his fellow legislators good bye.saying he nev- er expected to meet them in that hall again, but hoped to meet them in the "Great Legislature up yonder. ''Rut it appears that he changed his mind «is he has moved to Kerr county since that time and about the first thing...

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

What Grand Juries Say About Co. Jail Under Brandenburg's Administration What the Grand Juries have said after they had visited and inspected the County Jail of Dallas County, during the administra- tion of Ben F. Brandenburf, as Sheriff of Dallas County, Texas. January Term A. D. 1911. We visited the County Jail and found conditions not as good as they should be, especially from a sanitary standpoint. The beddiing and cells in general are in sanitary condition. We be- iieve the Hospital Ward should be given attention at once, and we recommend that the Commissioner's Court give it a thorough court of Calcimine. H. H. Jacoby,' Foreman. Jack Yorman, H. C. Dorwin, A. W. Sterns, R. H. McGaughey, W. C. Adair, Thos. Mitchell, E. L. Rice, S. P. Lively, B. F. Lofton, J. E. Russell, G. A. Trumbell. April Term, A. D. 1911. We visited the County Jail and found the sanitary conditions satisfactory; the prisoners being well fed and cared for. We de- sire to commend our Sheriff, Mr. Ben F. Branden...

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

II if ' A ji ! J.W. PIERSON,Lawyer With 14 year's experience, is endorsed by County Attorney Clark's assistants tor County Attorney. TO THE VOTERS OF DALLAS COUNTY: We, the undersigned members of the County Attorney's force and assistants under Judge Clark, hereby certify that we are personally acquainted with Judge J. W. Jierson, and believe him to be fully qualified both as tq his ability and experience to ably fM the County Attorney's office of Dallas County. So long as Judge Clark was a candidate for re-election, Judge Pierson uni- formally refused to run against Judge Clark, although Judge Clark's health indicated that he would be unable to fill the office. ' Judge Pierson made the race for County Attorney two years ago, and was defeated by Judge Clark by only a small vote, and on account of Pierson's continued kindness to Judge Clark, no bitterness remains as a result of said race. Judge Pierson has served the people of Dallas County for 1wo years as Chief Assistant County Att...

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

BRANDENBURG : is ENDORSED 1 r vl< TO THE DEMOCRATS OF DALLAS COUNTY: A circular is being used through- out this county in an effort to mislead the people, and to defeat Ben F. Brandenburg, in his con- test for the Democratic nomina- tion for a second term for the office of Sheriff of Dallas County, Texas. The charges contained in this circular are largely untrue and entirely unjust. We know Mr. Brandenburg well, and we have investigated and are ac- quainted with his official record as Sheriff of this County during the past eighteen months. We are supporting Mr. Brandenburg for re-election to the office, and we commend him to the people of Dallas County for these rea- sons: First : He is a clean, honorable, conscientious man, whose work and efforts for many years have contributed to the law and order in Dallas County. Second: He is an experienced, capable, accurate and efficient officer, thoroughly familiar with and qualified to perform the du- ties of the office of Sheriff. Third...

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

ened and almond-flavored whipped cream, is atlll a favorite though not new. Place the pjach on a round of sponge cake and call it a peach can ape. K THOU couldat apeak a word of cheer, Oh, speak It now. This moment la thine own. t I "Give ua. oh. irtve ua the woman who alnga at her work." u HELPFUL HINTS. UUNTES# IN CAWjP THE rapid disappearance of wild game In the west Is causing Uncle Sam to Bit up and take notice. The Biological Survey recently made an exhaustive report as to big game conditions, and the prospect in general, and while conditions were found good In some i states, the reports from other haunts of big game were not so optimistic. As a matter of fact, between the game hogs, the ranchers who insist on having wild meat out of season, and bands of marauding Indians from various reservations, wild game In the west Is traveling at a rapid pace to- ward extinction. Most of the states have poor laws, which vary greatly, and these laws are enforced only spasmodically. It Is ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 July 1912

The Best Paint That You can Buy is Lincoln Climatic paint. It is not only made of ourc ingredients but is prepared especially for this climate. Of coursc we can sell you a cheaper paint but we advise you to buy the best, as the cheaper quality costs more in the end. We have a nice line of watches and clocks and can save you money on them or anything else in the jewlery line. Some pretty new bracelets just received. CULLOM & CHAPMAN Proprietors The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, Texas Local and Personal. The Ladies Christian 1 Aid So- Jciety of Rylie, will give a picnic at Rylie Saturday ,"1 Aug. 3. Clyde Taylor of Dallas, was a; visitor here Sunday. Everybody invited. Mr. and Mrs. Wtn. Knapp went |to Athens Sunday, to visit Mr. Otto Smitherman of Greer -;and Mrs. D. W. Gott. They re- ville, was here Wednesday. [turned Monday. Mrs. J.' M. Gross visited Grand Prairie Tuesday. in Mrs. A. J. Wynn of Nesv Hope < nd her grand-daughter, Miss Louie England of Dallas, was a Beulah McGaug...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 July 1912

rtYlPEL J&i f 14TES ITS POLI ma L&l y l i i ks k&ffiMT mp * * Mi? m Mm f 1 h WM ill ■ :J, i = i- % bkIkIIm&SM Jim *m M «d\ ■ <as* P0sl II jzrsmvjzy- jPJtt0Arori?Q47y&A>~ in J?CZ&C/W ' HE traveler In Ireland can generally pet plenty of Information from the policeman, who Is sure to be not far off, having In these days little to do except to scrutinize strangers at railway stations and street corners. Although often frigid and uncommunicative to natives, the policeman Ib free enough with strangers, and bis Information is apt to be reliable about the country Sgenerally, for, as he is never kept ong at any one place, his local knowl- edge Is extensive. It is true that he Us apt to be biased against the peas- antry, because, although a peasant's jeon himself, his training and employ- pent have made the people hate him, jfor the common people have no use jfor the "peeler," as the constabulary e contemptuously called by them. Imagine the policemen, the natural...

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