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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 October 1912

1 V If You Want to Save Money On patches an<T jewelry, . come to us. 'We have a r complete line of high grade watches , and a splendid assort- ment of first class jewelry, every arti- cle of which we sell under a guarantee and at prices that mean money saved to you. Christmas is only a few months off. Why no select your gifts early and let us keep them for yoi until wanted? CULLOM & CHAPMAN, The Palace Drug Store, MESQUITE, * TEXAS C Local and Personal. s C. E. Gott was here from Piano Sunday, W. R. Hass, of Dallas, spent Sunday here. Chas. Rugel of Dallas, was here Tuesday. Patt Cunningham of Ferris, is here visiting his brother, Carl Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Gross of Dallas, spent Sunday with rela- tives in Mesquite. E. R. Daniels, of Dallas, was a guest at the home of J. F. Mc- Cuilough Friday. Don't fail to report your visit- ors during the Fair. It is a courtesy you owe them and it will be a favor to us. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Pad- gitt. of McKinney, were quests at t...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 October 1912

^COPYRIGHT 19JI ^ohnston maouuwcomn Jfafafaj,b,yi$arneS tne sKuii ad In the (furve of 8YN0PSI9. CTartHngr Kent calla on Louise Farrlsh to (kropose marriage and And* the home In >*\>-oJ: excitement over the attempted sul- c-iile of her sister Katharine. Kent starts awn fnvesti «at ion and flnds that Hugh OnuuU.ll, suitor (or Katharine, who had Una forbidden the house by General Far- had talked with Katharine over the ftivpfcone just before she shot herself. A torn piece of yellow paper Is found, amt sight of whlcn General Farrlsh Is Ntrii'kfn with paralysis. Kent discovers * •£ Crandall has left town hurriedly. Andrew Riser, an aged banker, commits MBtcidr- about the same time as Katharine her life. A yellow envelope Is CbniKt la Elser's room. Post Of flee In- nwector Davis, Kent's friend, takes up «*■ cur. Kent Is convinced that Cran- «M1 to at the bottom of the «. mystery. ICatharlno's strange outcry pusxles the ~lve . Kent and Davis search Cran- _ room and find an address, L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 October 1912

f / Bunkoed. Griggs —-Hew about that piece of Jand you bought down on the cape? Anything come up on It? Brlggs—Tea, the tldea. BE " "Progressive"" Don t let a lazy liver put you "in a ■ rut" Make it ac- ■ tive,keep the bowels | open, the appetite £ -keen and the diges- tion normal by the _ ™ daily use of ® ■ HOSTETTER'S ■ STOMACH BITTERS ® IT DOE8 THE WORK 60 YEARS THE LEADER AGENTS WANTED Men and Women Make $10 to <Of\ . f\__r taking orders fur the famous Dnr- •pZl) & L'fty i.,i r (ii-rns and our Thin Model. 7- Jewel, 10 year Guarantee Oold HwIsb watches which retail at II5,ana sell on sight. Rains ontflt consists of one Gold Wilss Watch.one Durbar Gem,one 14k Gold Bine all packed in handsome plush cases. An unusu- 81 opportunity to establish a permanent profitable ustness. Write today for particulars and terms. Btyt. a, Hildas Lass SsIm Co., t*-00 Ilolden las*, H«w *«rk Richest In Healing Qualitiea FOR BACKACHE, RHEUMATISM, y'c. KIONEYS AND BLADDER FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS Hold h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 October 1912

"*my fe#fe«5 is easier to carry than a wallet filled with currency, silver or gold. It adds dignity to your transactions and gives much satisfaction. Checks are of no value except to the person in whose favor drawn. Can you afford to keep your money at home or in your pocket, when you can have, without expense, a check book on this strong bank? The First National Bank, mtS«w Capital $50,000, - . Surplus $10,000, - Resources $200,000 J. C. Rugel, President; S. B. Marshall, Vice-President; R. S. Kimbrough, Cashier. ||S' Saved By His Wife. She's a wise woman who knows just what do when her husband's life is in danger, but Mrs. R. J. Flint, Braintree, Vt., is of that kind. "She insisted on my using Dr. King's New Dis- covery," writes Mr. F., "for a dreadful cough, when I was so weak my friends all thought I had only a short time to live, and it completely cured me." A quick cure for coughs and colds, it's the most safe and reliable medicine for many throat and lung troubles—grip, bronch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 October 1912

31K ®C*oS 9tit« Llbrailoa By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY OCTOBER 18, 1912 Vol. XXXI No. 16 4 4 4 4 4 •3 4 4 *5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 AAA MONEY TALKS Tho store that sells for spot eash can undersell the house that does a credit business. Th re are several reasons why this is true. 5The man who sells for cash can buy for cash and the wholesaler allows a discount for cash. Then tha merchant who sells for cash gets the( money for his goods while the man who sells on credit will accumulate some bad accouuts in spite of all he can do. In addition to doing a eash bus- iness, we do not deliver goods and our expenses are low, therefore you will save money if you come to us for your groceries, dry goods, notions, school books, etc. Try us and see how your money talks. P i: * I* > t it Vr BURRELL OATS MUST HANG SAYS COURT OF APPEALS r <• {• R. D. SEATON I The motion for a new hearing in the Burrell Oats case was de- nied by the Court of Criminal Appeals at Austin, Wedn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 October 1912

/ 'MM: i t ■ ,, I ■B The 5eri inwwis/liBURon Islam "M Jvk ..lifiiHiui'-'t. see/ H4W6Y /# P&/CJ//J/T/// /M0£J of r//£ MCA M/AfMi HE Serl are a dls- tiuctive tribe tn habits, customs and language from all other North American Indians, and though they have, been known for a considerable ; time both to Mex- icans and Amer- icans, they have re- mained unconquer- and uncivilized up to the pres- ume. Tiburon island, which their real home, lies clos* to coast ot Sonora, Mexico, In Gulf of California, and is sep- fcted from the mainland by a narrow strip of sea called El In- Oernillo, so named because of the turbulent water and dangerous aapids that flow between. It Is some thirty miles k>ag from north to •outh and approxi- mately twenty miles •cross at the widest part Due east across the straltB In Sonora Is a limited •trip of land, in which are situated the Serl mountains, and here also are Coond a few scaN tared families be- longing to the same tribe. The whole of their country is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 October 1912

i in 'A MASS OF SCABBY SORES i / j Look At, Reslnol Cured In Leas Than Two Week*. Bt Louis, Mo.—"At about 11 years of age my face was covered with a mass of Bcabby sores, awful to look at, and my sleep was broken up by the In- tense itcbing, and then after scratch- ing, the sores would pain me Just something awful. My mother got aalves and soaps to use, but all to no purpose. A friend of mine who was Physical Director at the Y. M. C. A. at that time, told me it was a bad case, and would spread all over the body if something were not done. He gaye me some Reslnol Soap and Res- ttiol Ointment, and In leas than two weeks I was cured, without leaving any marks or scars whatever." (Signed) Ernest Le Pique, Jr., 3021 Dickson. Reslnol Soap and Ointment (top Itching Instantly, and quickly heal ecseiua, ranting, ringworm and ! facial eruptions, aa well as lores, bolls, ulcers, burns, scalds, wounds, and Itching, Inflamed and bleeding plies. Your druggist recommends and sella them (Buap, 20c;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 October 1912

The TEXAS MESQUITER John E, Davis, Editor and Publisher Established 1882. Subscription $1.00 Per Year Published Every Friday al Mesquite, 1 exas Rote red at Mesquite, Texas, at. Seeouit, Glass Matter ^sTssbctJ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18,1912 Du. Cook appears to have been lost in the shuf- fle. Likewise the north pole is very quiet these days. 1 mm > Dallas has entertained two notables during the past week in the persons of John Mitchell and Elbert Hubbard. La ten Stan berry of Forney, was also there Monday. The indications are that the Democrats will do business with the powder trust early next month. It has been a long time since we've celebrated, and the old anvil is getting rusty. " - i The San Antonio Express erronously states that John Mitchell, the great labor leader, paid his first visit to the "metropolis of Texas" Friday. Mr. Mitchell did not arrive in Dallas until Satur- day. The Harvest Jubilee opens at San Antonio to- morrow. This will afford consolation to the cit- izen in t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 October 1912

V ■ ' IJ ii If You Want to Save Money Oi?** watches and jewelry, come to us. We have a complete line of high grade watches and a splendid assort- ment of first class jewelry, every arti- cle ot which we sell under a guarantee and at prices that mean money saved to you. Christmas is only a few months off. Why not select your gifts early and let us keep them for you until wanted? OULLOM & CHAPMAN, The Palace Drug Store, MESQUITE, , , , , , TEXAS. I Local and Personal. , = J. C. Humphreys of Lawson, was here Saturday. J. M. Summers of Athens, is visiting relatives here. Col. James Lyons of near Rose Hill, was here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Worth ins- ton of New Hope, were here Tuesday. E. V. Paschall was here from Athens a day or two the first of the week. J.W. Bovell is working in a wholesale house in Dallas during the Pair. W. P. White and family of near Rose Hill, were shopping in town Saturday. Mesquite is furnishing its full quota of visitors to the fair at Dallas, every da...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 October 1912

THE TEXAS MESQUlTtiK JOHN t. D*VIS, Editor and Proprietor MESOtTTTE. TEXAS Vacation over, the cti^se of the elu- Solve dollar is resumed. A man may be a weather prophet and still pay his debts. j Soon It will be time to do the Christmas shopping early. ) I Chicago Is now worth $2,601,269,088, and not In watered stock, either. It Is a good railroad that manages to retain the respect of the blase va- cationist. ' ./ Switzerland prohibits kissing iq : public, but that is not much of a de- privation. ' ! Cornell's historic clubhouse was de- jatroyed by fire, but the college yell was saved. Another invention needed Is a non- skid apparatus for women who get off the car backward. Everybody seems to be running for something or other—a train or an of- flee or a policeman. A New York man recently died of old age at 26. It takes money to die of old age so early in life. There are still old-fashioned souls who contend that aviation Is flying lin the face of Providence. On the other hand, how w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 October 1912

tvi . ,•'Jy| • % ;«• Customs Vary in Different Part? of the World. People of All Nations, However, Rec- ognize the Power of Love, Though Their Mode* of Expression Are Not the Game. Washington.!—'The world has vari- ous ways of wooing. While sometimes we pretend to laugh at love's young dream there are t6ars in our eyes and sympathy In our hearts, for we know love is more intoxicating than wine, more painful than gout, neuralgia ^and toothache put together; more tyran- nous than any old-time slave driver and more dazzling than sun on new- fallen snow! Even the Bushmen of South Africa, who are called the lowest type of human beingB, marry for love, as they sense that emotion. Even the Niam- Niam (man-eaters) display affection for their wives, says Dr. Schewein- furth. Felkin informs us that among the Dongolowees, the maidens tied a knife-blade to each forearm, the points projecting from the elbows. Then they eat on a log with a lover at each side and slowly leaned forward, pressing th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 October 1912

■v.-' . :V' M pjv 1 <^T ■ ~T'~.-.' • A" • ~ ^ADltR-ROCHKTER I i rams I fcrer; v*w£i£;t 4^1 ■hopykicht ADLEK ROCHESTEB I ii'&Cj ft' .i> l it ?/>:i- We want to Do Business with Particular Men. Men who Care How they Look. Men who know what is correct in Men's wear. That's why we have secured the latest models. Styles that are recognizee! as correct by men who know* Every -Garment bearing the R. N. R. label has that undenia- ble difference that tnen who care know and understand, Sr- i , ; -• A We Sell Ad!er, Rochester Clothes, Sails arid Overcoats, $15 to $45 I A )*:■* > tl.; 1217-1213 Main St. THE MATTHEWS CO. AT THE HEAD OF INCORPORATED FIELD STREET RECIPROCITY? What better kind than a mutal interdependence, a fair exchange of equivalents between this bank and than the people of Mesquite? THE BANK— receiving and safeguarding their funds, contributing its co-operation to their enterprises, giving business counsel, repaying confidence with confidenc; THE PEOPLE- pointing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 October 1912

it a 4 i1 ' v I il I I \„ v ti n I She (Texas * m% Ubrarlat Ctp!t«i By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY OCTOBER 25, 1912 Vol. XXXI No. 17 MOTOR GAR SERVICE • INAUGURATED TUESDAY Cars Run Dallas to Paris Over Texas & Pacific and Texas Midland Railways. The finest motor car service in the south was inaugurated over the Texas & Pacific and Texas Midland Railways, Dallas to Paris, Tuesday morning. The first car left Dallas at 9:15 k m. and reached Paris at 1:30 p. m. At Paris the first car start- ed at 8:15 a. m. and arrived at Dallas at 12:45 p. m. After a stop of about an hour, each car made the leturn trip, arriving at its starting point early in the evening. Stops were made at Mesquite, Forney, Terrell and all principal points on the Texas Midland, including Quinlan, Greenville, Commerce, Cooper and Enloe. The writer had the pleasure of making the trip to Paris Tuesday on the initial car, covering a dis- tance altogether of more than two hundred miles* The trip was mad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 October 1912

m feV: wm ii p. W' I THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN t. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQU7TE. - TEXAS Nobody is ever hurt meet la postponed. when an ulr The pigskin and the oyster go hand In hand, so to speak. . ! Smaller currency will leading counterfeiter to dies. compel our revise their The motorcycle has proved deadly enough to suit the'most exacting "lov- ers of sport" Chicago has a "kissing but. girls, he is not even good looking. burglar," passably Humanity Is assured of a ripe old age If we can keep our scientists trcm dying young. ___ am ohnston COPYRIGHT 1911 uiusiwiiomb^ YlBarnes % out of the room as I had asked the question about the yellow letter. From A New York inventor Is building an aeroplane with 18 wings. Hope he'll arrange them so they won't Interfere. Explorers In New Mexico recently have found a prehistoric flat, but even the janitor had become extinct. It Is carrying the humanitarian movement quite too far when bandits try to chloroform their victims. One desirable ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 October 1912

FOLEY KIDNEY PIUS Are Richest in Curative Qualitiea FOR BACKACHE. RHEUMATISM, KIDNEYS AND BLADDER I know of no manner of speaking so offensive as tnat of giving praise, and closing it with an exception.—Steele. Regular practicing physician* recommend and preacribe OXlPlNE for Mnlaria. be- cause it in a proven remedy by years of ex- perience. Keep a bottle in the medicine «he t and administer at first sign of Chills and Fever. Adv. a sue- Dull. "WaB your aviation meet cess?" "No, not much of a one. There were only three accidents and no fatalities." Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOR1A, a safe aud sure remedy for Infanta and children, and see that It Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria For the Sake of Variety. Customer—This, I suppose is a fold- Ing bed. Merchant—No, sir; we call this an unfolding bed. I'll show you . (Un- folds it). Liquid Measure. It was the time ot the singing les- son at the local counci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 October 1912

1 BS msm [j i i 5 | ll'i il l i I The TEXAS MESQUITER John B. Davit, Editor and Publisher Established 1882. Subscription $1.00 Per Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Entered at Mesquite, Texas, ft* Second Class Matter ASSOC IA FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1912 The Mesquiter does not like to advocate mur- der, but if auy other man is ever to be shot, then we hope it will be Jack Johnson. Will Holford of the Garland News is alarmed. He is afraid that the fact that Garland citizens have contributed two dollars to the Wilson-Mar- shall campaign fund may involve them in future investigations of campaign contributions. President Taft has been the chief executive of these United States for a little less than four years, but write it down that he has been the President during that time. If he had been will- ing to be a proxy for somebody else the chances are that he would not have Theodore Roosevelt for an opponent at this time. Secretary of Agriculture Wilson announces that he will reti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 October 1912

OUR STRONG POINTS Accuracy in Prescriptions The Best Standard Remedies WATCHES AND JEWELRY SL Correct Fitting of Spectacles IF High Grade Toilet Articles CULLOM & CHAPMAN THE PALACE DRUG STORE, Mesquite, " Texas, c Local and Personal. f.v R. G. Chapman of Dallas, was in Mesquite Saturday. B. E. Wyatt of Dallas, spent Sunday with friends here, A daughter was born on Oct. 19, to Carleton Tippetteand wife. W. M. Love, employed on the Herald at Lancaster, spent Sun- day with homefolk here. P. O. Potter of Lawson, was in town Monday and paid this of- fice a'pleasant call. Mr. and Mjs. G. E. Corn of Crowley, spent Monday night at the home of T. W. Bovell. M. T. Davis has bought from P. B. Sprague the 50-acre place adjoing his farm, south of town. Misses Lizzie and Lena Muller of Texarkana, came in Saturday, to visit at the home of S. T. Vans- ton. Miss Jennie Rittenberry of Cedar Hill, was the guest of Miss Fiowrence Cullom Saturday to Monday. Mesd^nes Lena Yarbrough and Ella Bryant o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 October 1912

rrr. Advertising f1 sm talks |c oococxxxxxooo ARGUMENT NEEDED TO BACK UP ADS Clear and Concise Reasons Nec- essary to Give Force to Publicity. By J. M. SCHLITZ. The argument in an advertisement Is a subject that covers a broad field In the I advertising world, and Is the cause of considerable difference of oplnloqj, even among the beBt known advertising men in the country. There are no two competing firms that will advertise exactly from the same angle, or viewpoint All advertisers strive to give rea- sons, ajnd produce evidence as to why their particular piece of merchan- dise is superior to any other like merchandise offered to the prospective purchaser, by explaining their own pe- culiar knd superior methods of manu- facture, advantageous position for making prompt deliveries, or their un- equaled purchasing power of the raw material. In the first place, it Is necessary that the advertiser place himself In the other man's position, as well as looking at the proposition from his o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 October 1912

r; ./ smiles AN EXPEN8IVE UNCLE. He found bis wife crying. "What's the matter, deary?" he asked. He knew it was no fault of his and this inade him bold. 'jTell me your troubles, lovey." She looked up, her eyes dim with weeping. "For the flret time in our married life, dear, I feel Inhospitable," Bhe re- plied. "Go on." "Every year I have'invited uncle and auntie to visit us." "Yes?" "This year I cannot ask them." "And why?" "1 have Just remembered." she aaid. "that uncle expects to have meat at eVery meal!" And it was a long time before he could comfort her. Nothing to Worry About. The First Unskilled—Things ain't doin' well at 'ome, BH. The Second Unskilled-—Wot's up? The First Unskilled—It's the Missus —alius worryin' fer money, mornln', noon an' night. The Second Unskilled—Wot she do wiv it orl? The First Unskilled—'Ow the blank- ety blank am I ter know—I never give *«r none yet.—Sketch. WHAT HE COULDN'T STAND. P .Gobdly—Sir, I am surprised to hear you swearing at the heat. What ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 October 1912

safe V;®®. CLOSE -TO THE PEOPLE During the 11 years of its existence this bank has al- ways endeavored to keep close to the people of Mesquite and Ihelr best interests. That it has succeeded is shown by ita steady growth and the large number of loyal depositors. We have a service for every man, woman and child in Mesquite and community, and we want a part in building up the financial interests of MORE people. That includes you, and a checking account will open the way. Tlie First National Barnk, Capital $50,000, - Surplus $10,000, • Resources $250,000 J. C. Rugel, President; S. B. Marshall, Vice-President; R. S. Kimbrough, Cashier. THE TEXAS PENITENTIARY SYSTEM This is the third] of a series of articles on the Texas Penitentiaries and prison farms, the laws governing same, treatment of prisoners, business management of the system, suggested improvements, etc. By Hon. Will H. Mayes. HIGHEST STANDARD SUITS and OVERCOATS For Fall and Winter Wear Statement of Ownership. CONTINUED PROM L...

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