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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 1 November 1912

V ®hc ®c*as itlesquitec. By John E, Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1,1912 Vol, XXXI No, 18 SMILE R Yes, there is a SMILE COMING TO YOU, the kind that won't come off. All of our customers wear oue-the SMILE, we mean-and it comes from patronizing our place^ Come to us for fine Chile, Short Orders, Meals, Candies, Fruits, Cigars, Tobacco, and Figola Bread. .. v - I BROOKS MffiBillSSHSM The Phoenix Restaurant W. O. PARKER, Prop. President Baylor University NEW POSTMASTER IS NAMED FOR MESQUITE M. E. Church Notice. W. J, Porter Succeeds A. C. Nafus as Postmaster, W. J. Porter, for nearly three years assistant postmaster for .Viesquite, received notice Thurs- day of last week from the De- partment at Washington, that he had been appointed postmas- ter, to succeed A. C. Nafus. Mr. Nafus, the retiring post- master, was first appointed by President William McKinley, during his first administration,1 and took charge of the office in May, 1898. He was reappoint- ed in 1901, 1005 and ag...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 1 November 1912

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN t. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor 1TEXAS MRSOfTlTFi. - Girl bom In Pennsylvania has a transparent back. Well backed up. Indeed. , i i * 7 >!\, If the men compelled the women to ■wear such clothes there would be trouble. London physician says veils make women's nosea red. Sort of a veiled Insinuation. A New York man ran up a laundry bill of $3,680. But, then. New York la a strange city. Half the population of Prance !■ agricultural. And the other half live# in the Latin quarter. Large crops of preserves are report* ed by housewives, not meaning the peroxide kind, either.' A Kansas dentist succumbed to In- juries while playing golf. And golf la •aid to be a harmless game. By the way, what became of those feminine faddists who were going to wear socka Instead of stockings? Autumn undoubtedly draws closer the bonds of devotion—witness the fond clinging of the affectionate fly! A man has written a newspaper to ask how to get relief from snoring. Why don't he kee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 1 November 1912

WfilfS (.1 " • { i L> A Nice Distinction. Senator Grouna, discussing a knot- ty problem, Bald In a speech: "There is a nice distinction involved here. You don't notice it at first Once it is pointed out to you, however, you perceive its immense importance. "It's the sort of distinction that Gobsa Qolde's beautiful young wife revealed to him during a conjugal quarrel over a diamond tiara. " People say,' quavered the old man, trembling with rage. 'People say you only married me because I had money.' The young woman smiled superbly. "'Rubbish!' she exclaimed. 'My pri- mary reason for marrying you was that I had no money myself.'" Alphabetically Speaking. Among a recent batch of candidates for appointment to the police force of Washington was a big darkey, evident- ly of rural origin, who announced his readiness to stand examination. "Are you a native of this city?" he was asked. "No, suh. I am from the first state In the Union." "A New Yorker?" "No, suh. I am from Alabama!" "Alabama...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 1 November 1912

MM MN ii PS mm The TEXAS MESQUITER John E. Davis. Editor and Publisher Established 1882. Subscription $100 Per Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Entered at Mesquite, Texas, as Second Class Mattur jc Wilson is elected uud Senator Culbers()u' JPHSMMBHBSBHBMI should be tendered and accept a place in his cabi- net, as has been rumored, there would be some- thing doing at Austin next winter, when it came to the election of his successor as United States Senator frotn Texas. iMMRrvMrv rVf] 1600 EtM street '! 0 All a s State Shop — Stone's* Elm — THE WOMAN'S STORE Cor. STONE and ELM Sts DALLAS gss *sso FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1,1912 The motor car service is a great help, but we still need that Intercrban. On to Dallas, on to Terrell. We intended to remark that Boston was justi- fied in believing that .Toe Wood, because he did, but one of our exchanges beat us to it. The negro pugilist, .lack Johnson, once lived in Texas. If he had lived here when he tried to ab- duct a white girl rec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 1 November 1912

W 3 OUR STRONG POINTS I Accuracy in Prescriptions The Best Standard Remedies IE WATCHES AND JEWELRY Correct Fitting of Spectacles High Grade Toilet Articles CULLOM & CHAPMAN THE PALACE DRUG STORE, Mesquite, Texas, "■'BWlfflHMtt' * R. E. Baird, a Dallas traveling man, died very suddently at Longview Friday afternoon. Mr. Baird had been coming to Mes- quite at frequent intervals for many years, and hjs numerous friends were pained to hear of his death. Joe Rugel, a student at Trini- ty University, at Waxahachie, and a player on the football team of his school, defeated by the Southwestern boys from George- town, in a game at Dallas Satur- day afternoon, came home Sat- urday night, to spend a day or two with homefolk. Up to the hour of going to press, on Thursday, total re-j ceipts in the local yard aggregate 7,725 bales. Prices for the week have rang- ed from 10.50 to 11.25. Good cotton, at the time this is print- ed, is worth the last named price. A Great Building Falls when its ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 1 November 1912

.. OBI copYK/etfr Ian — uohiiston. wBOBBs-JtaxiucaiiBuiY fljuslratious by YLBames 10 SYNOPSIS. Harding Kent calls on Louise Farrlsh to propose marriage and finds the house in great excitement over the attempted sui- cide of her sister Katharine. Kent start* an Investigation and flnds that Hugh Crandall, suitor for Katharine, who had been forbidden the house by General Far- rlsh. had talked with Katharine over the telephone Just before she shot herself. A torn piece of yellow paper Is found, at sight of which Oeneral Farrlsh Is stricken with paralysis. Kent discovers that Crandall has 'left town hurried y. Andrew Elser, an aged banker, commits suicide about the same time as Katharine attempted her life. A yellow envelope Is found In Fleer's room. Post Office In- spector Davis, Kent's friend, takes up the case. Kent Is convinced that Cran- dall Is at the bottom of the mystery. Katharine's strange outcry pussies the detectives. Kent and Davis search Cfran- dall's room and find an addre...

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

hit m ! V Oathsred Smiles TEXAS PRIDE. 6. A. Jones, who looks after a por- tion of the SwenBon Interests In Texas, was bothered by> thefts of wood from the Spur range. He sent out A1 Sullivan, a cowboy, to catch the thieves. Within a few days A1 brought one in—an old nester, dirty and ragged, with his toes out of his shoes and a tuft of hair showing through the crown of his hat. "I don't feel like sending you to Jail," said Jones, "but you've got to be punished. So we'll take a photograph of you for the rogues' gallery." The human scarecrow promised complete reform and they stood him up aqd took his picture. About a week later, still In bis rags, he stood beside the rancher's desk. "What can I do for you?" Jones asked, looking up. "If you please, Mr. Jones," sa%Jj the object, "kin you spare me one of them pictures to send to my kins- folks?"—Popular Magazine. Change of Heart. "BllnkB has suddenly begun to take a deep interest in the welfare of his country." "He used to say he did...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 1 November 1912

■J-r- ' WfW if? MftttfeH few! '.">; v;' I Kf' m-' mm: 'mm:- w Prosperity of this community is the sum of the prosperity of its members. And is largely reflected in their deposits in this bank. Here is where the foundations of prosperity are laid for very many people, and will be laid for many more. No honest, serious minded person is denied the privileges of an association with this bank. There are none whose dealings are too unimportant to receive considerate at- tention." The First National Bank, MT«au"e Capital $50,000, - Surplus $10,000, • Resources $250,000 J. C. Rugel, President; S. B. Marshall, Vice-President; R. S. Kimbrough, Cashier. C. C. Chapman and little daughter, Roberta,-of Tuoum- cari, N. M., who had been visit- ing relatives here several days, left for their home Friday after- noon. One way for a woman to tell when she is growing old is by the way she sometimes takes cold when she doesn't wear any thing but a locket on her chest. —Ex. Stone & Webster f highes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 November 1912

®lje Sexas Jtlcsnuitcr. By John E, Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8, 1912 Vol, XXXI No. 19 WILSON IS ELECTED PRESIDENT OF U. S. Democratic Candidates Sweep The Country—Roosevelt ' Ran Ahead of Taft. Woodrow Wilson of New Jer- sey will be the next President of the United States and Thos. R. Marshall of Indiana will be the next Vice President. This is the verdict rendered by the people at the polls on Tuesday. Early returns on the night of the election gave the Democratic candidates the "Solid South," and the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York. West Virginia, Indiana and Missouri. This made the election of Wilson and Marshall reasonably certain, but later returns increased their lead. The election was a verit- able landslide, as states that had never before gone Democratic were swept by Wilson and Mar- shall, \yho carried with them to victory Democratic state candi- dates and meqjbers of Congress. Former Speaker Joseph S. Cannon of Il...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 November 1912

WlWt-'f f 81111 MR«$ it ' THE TEXAS MESQUITER * JOHN C. PAVIS, Editor and Proprtottr ' MESQUITE. - - - TBXAJ This 1b the open Mason (or Welri rabbit*. ■ • Oarllo It aufgwited aa a core foi tuberculosis. A strenuous cure, all right Radium Is said to add fertility la the soil. But there are lota of cheap- er fertilisers. A hunter was killed In the Main* Woods the other day. That ceased ago to be heroic. A Chicago woman advertises herself ha a "hat doctor." Must give hat patrons dope on the latest styles. President Eliot of Harvard advises treehmen to marry early. They'll havs to If they marry while they're fresh- A Fond du Lao Judge holds that s woman may slap her mother-ln-law. Cure she can. If she wants to run the chance. A New York prisoner explained that he gets thirsty every time the moon changes, which is as good an excuse as most men give. am COPYRIGHT1911 wOlfflSlOn. j]iU5{r-}{kv!yhyYIJSarnes A noted Qerman editor Is coming over here to learn' all about American newspapers. He...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 November 1912

r i 'f \ ) i MEN'S SUITS m OVERCOATS 1 i H Unusual Suits AT $15.00 $17.50, $20, $22.50 and $25.00. The man desiring to pay from $15 to $25 for a Suit should come to this store before making such purchase. The fact that we carry strictly high grade clothing should influence him to see our styles and examine the Suits we sell at the above prices irrespective of where he usually does his buying. These Suits are iti the Newest Models and Colors and represent more value than we have ever before seen in clothes at like prices. The shades most prominent are browns, blues and grays, in plain effects, mix- tures and fancy patterns. OVERCOATS AT $25.00 Eight Special Models at the above price which we would call more than passing attention to because they are not just the ordinary $25.00 Coats—but are better by $2.50 to $5.00. They are of the very newest materials in black, oxford, medium gray and brown in plain shades, and in gray-mix- ed, tan-mixed, brown-mixed and fancy patterns. Our $20 an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 November 1912

TEXAS MESQUITER John E. Davis, Editor and Publisher Established 1882. Subscription $100 Per Yssr uMished Every Friday it Mesquite, Texas Entered at Mesquite, Texas. as Second Class Matter CQOwp ASSOC! A' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8,1912 Eii K"'"' iiss h-xt. 'Rah for Wilson and Marshall! To Major More Harris: We salute thee! Now, everybody at the wheel for an Interurban and waterworks. Do your part toward securing the interurban, but if you won't help, for goodness' sake, don't knoek. _ The Mesquiter has always been proud of our candidates and that makes us doubly proud of our magnificent victory. Now that the election is over, the newspapers will have plenty of space to remind the voters to pay their poll tax and do their shopping early. We pause to observe that a good deal more of the credit belongs to Cone Johnson and Congress- men Henry and Burleson than to the Houston Post and the other critics of these gentlemen. Controversies that have been indulged in be- tween newspapers, published i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 November 1912

V ' s n- 1 r .S OUR STRONG POINTS Accuracy in Prescriptions The Best Standard Remedies Death of W. E. Curry WATCHES AND JEWELRY IE Correct Pitting •of Spectacles High Grade Toilet Articles CULLOM & CHAPMAN THE PALACE DRUG STORE, Mesquite, = Texas, r . - 55 Local and Personal. £ % ' ' % L. Z. Miller of Lawson, was here Wednesday. T. B. Blair and .). D. Bruton of near Elam, were in Mesquite Wednesday. R. H. Quillen will begin his school at Long Creek next Mon- day, Nov. 11. Applicants for the office of postmaster of Mesquite are de- veloping rapidly since the elec- tion. More than half a dozen are after the job, George H. Poynter of near Orphans Home, was here Mon- day, carrying a bandaged left hand, as a result of running a motorcycle into a wire fence. A congregational meeting will be held at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning at 11;00 o'clock, for the purpose of elect- ing a ruling elder of the church. Joe Stewart left Tuesday for Tucson, Ariz., to visit at the home of his ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 November 1912

■ mm S. B. Hartman. M. D. A Sick Man Writes Dr. Hart« man About Kidney Disease. A gentleman writes me: "I waB greatly In- terested In your article describ- ing the Kauff- man case of serious disease of the kidneys. The description of his case ex- actly outlines my condition. I am sure if Pe- runa cured him as you say, it would cure me also. I am losing flesh rapidly and the doctors say I have every symptom of Bright's dis- ease of the kidneys. If you think I would be benefited by Peruna I will certainly try some aB the doctors have practically given me up, the same as they did him." In reply I wish to say, first, that I never make any promises as to what Peruna will cure. No physician can make positive statements of that sort I can say this much, however, if I were In your place I should certainly give Peruna a trial. I know of no other remedy that would be so likely to be of use to you In your present condition as Peruna. Take a table- spoonful before each meal and at bed- time. Co...

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

Listener* seldom hear any good of themselves—or of anybody elso. As a summer tonic there in no medicine that quite compares with OXIDINE. It not only build* up the system. but taken reg- ular! v, prevent* Malaria. Regular or Taste- leas formula at Druggists. Adv. 8ome men go lame when It comes to minding their own buslnsas. "WHAT'S THE ANSWER" ? ? ? ? ? Are you going to condnao suffering from Poor Appetite Sick Headache Indigestion Constipation Malaria when for 60 years Hostetter's Stomach Bitters has been proving its ability to overcome such ills very quickly? A Trial Today Will Convince You There are a lot of cheap skates out side the skating rinks. Dr. Pierco's Pellets, small, sugar-coated, easy to take as candy, regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. Do not gripe. Adv. Simple Taste. "Something mentally wrong with Kenworthy, don't you think?" "Why so?" "I asked him to come over and play •auction bridge* with us last night, and he said he would rather waste his time pl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 November 1912

■X wl % i $ *5 % K Htja I (. §p 1 m .. li 1111 — The Prosperous People whom you know are bank depositors, are they not? Many of them are depositors with this bank, and would recommend it to you as a safe, responsible, ac- commodating institution. The chances of accumulating a cash reserve out- side of a bank are small, and even when moderately successful, danger lurks in a multitude of disguises around money kept in the custody or the individual. Insure your prosperity by irs iring the safety of your money. Deposit it with this bank and pay by check. The First National Bank,1t2 * Capital $5Q,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 fourth 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. CONTINUED FROM L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 November 1912

\ \. ®he ®exas I 'By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15, 1912 Vol. XXXI No. 20 ' ■v&i ill® A TIP FROM THE OLD MAN Try the Phoenix Res- ta urant and you will net more real Eats-Satisfact- ion than any other place in this man's town. Our business is to feed the hungry and to give satis- factory service. When you want a nice lunch, candies, cold drinks, cigars, tobacco, etc., come to see us. The Phoenix Restaurant W. O. PARKER, Prop. =Ll TO DECLARE ELECTION RESULTS SATURDAY Tax Collectors Here. STONE & WEBSTER SIGN CONTRACT Many Offices Will Cange Hands Next Week. Owing to the fact that the clerk of the court had not com- pleted the tabulation of the re- turns, the Dallas county Com- missioners' Court were unable to declare the results of the elec- tion last Monday, as was plan-| ned, and the official declaration was postponed until Saturday. Among the new officers to go in shortly after the results are declared are Q. D. Corley, coun- ty judge, to succeed John ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 November 1912

W ' ; ijc? t ! ifj, : W i ?^9e|@K'XW r'"1.' W Bjwj®. $0 HSfe i THE TEXAS MESQUITER *~J0«7t. DAVIS, Editor and Proprl*t*r . IIESQUITE, TSXAA A German says electricity will cure Insomnia. But with fatal results. Advertising ising I Turkey does not seem to have done much for Europe except exist there. It is not difficult to make the Jani- tor believe in that rumor of a coal famine. - . "• ■ On the other hand, it frequently happens that motorcycle riders are not hurt "Everybody'* going to get a red nose," declares a St Louis physician. Happy days! Radium la advanced aa a cure for gout. Gout always was a bloated plutocrat's disease. A Pittsburg tramp was arrested with 1,000 pennies In his pocket He was coppered, all right A woman has been appointed con- troller of Atlantic City. Control fash- lens, bathing suita. or what? Electric lights have now been used about thirty years, but some people are still blowing out the gas. A German scientist says that tele- phones make the modern man craz...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 November 1912

BACKACHE AND ACHING JOINTS Together Tell of Bad Kidneys Much pain that masks as rheu- matism Is due to weak kidneys— to their (allure to drive off urlo acid thoroughly. When you suf- fer achy, bad joints, back- ache, too; with some kidney disorders, get Doan's Kidney Pills, which h a v e cured thousands. AN OKLAHOMA CASE. John T. Joins, ail 8. Pile St.. Paula Valley, Okla.. aaya: "I was confined to bed for daya with kidney trouble and •clatlc rheumatism. I waa weak and de- bilitated and tormented almoat to death. Not Improving under the doctor'a treat- ment, I began ualntc Doan's Kidney Pllla and waa entirely cured. I have had no trouble since." Get Doan's at any Drug Store, 50c. a Box Doan's "MST FOSTER-MILBURN CO.. Buffalo. N. Y. Success cannot turn a man's head if he has a stiff neck. Don't brag about yourBelf; Jolly others into doing it for you. TO DBIVEO Take tho Old ■>NIC. ; out malaria mRWOT You know what you are taking. ClilLL 'flOJ . _ l'ho formula Is plainly printed on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 November 1912

► ' ■ ' i- IP HI pp V'vi ■ ij, i ■i lilfe if'/; IS&Wv Bp IS,; Hii® fhi ii m The TEXAS MESQUITER John E. Davi*, Editor and Publisher Established 1882. Subscription $1.00 Per Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Entered at Mesquite, Texas, as Second Class Matter couryfy ASSOC! A. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ,1 What's the matter with Kansas?^ Not a thing on earth. If the Democratic roosters crowed loud and long, you must not blame them. Remember that that they have not had a chance before since 1892. Both Roosevelt and Taft congratulated Wilson, but so far as we have heard, neither congratulated or condoled the other. The Richardson Echo manfully acknowledges its error in implying that there was anything wrong with Mesquite as a cotton market. Having done that, there was nothing left for us to do but to forgive Editor Harben, which we have doae. Tiik Mesquiter hesitates to advise the farm- on its own responsiblity, but it feels no hesitancy in saying that the necessity of selecting ...

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