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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 November 1912

If you are thinking of buying a diamond you can not afford to make the purchase without coming to us, as we can sell you any kind of a stone you want, mounted to suit, at a much less price than you can buy it in Dallas or elsewhere. We guarantee every stone to be exactly as represented^ Watches and Jewelry We make a specialty of fine watches and have a very complete line in stock and if you want a first class watch we can please you in size and style and at a price that means money]|saved to you. Our jewelry is the dependable kind and our assortment is very complete. Every article is priced low and is sold under an absolute guarantee. NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO SELECT XMAS GIFTS We will keep them for you until called for. CULLOM & CHAPMAN The Palace Drug Store Mesquite, Texas MANY APPLICANTS FOR POSTOFFICE Indications Are That Crop of Candidates Will be Large. Judging by the number of ap- plicants, it is apparent that the office of postmaster of Mesquite is considered a pretty desira...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 November 1912

KF'-Sj WtfrrbmrSii >■> f/ DSNHKlMHii . ■ ' J I CHE question of ex- cavating Hercu- laneum has al* , ways been a sub- ject of intense in- terest for savants. Herculaneum was a small provincial town which was not famed even for its com- merce; but owing to its posi- tion in the middle of the Bay of Naples, with Vesuvius and Mount Somma in- the back- ground, the site was a favor- ite one with wealthy Romans for their villas. It was de- stroyed so rapidly by the eruption of Vesuvius in A. D. 79 that the excavations there are sure to bring to light an- cient life just as it waB lived. Pompeii was burled slowly beneath volcanic ashes and E ma Hozy&p'arjoeeo a.ucb was saved from it by its inhabitants, or dug out and dispersed by Pliny's contemporaries and by the barbarians who followed them even in civilized times. On the contrary, Herculaneum was sealed in Its tomb in a few hours by the mixture of mud, ashes and Bcoriae, and no one has even been able to reach it, so high is the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 November 1912

ilil I' ■ I I (. V o* iidced E Some of the best physicians prescribe OXIDINE In cases of malaria They can dosn ethically. for O^ldlnelsafcmm'n remedy with a known result. In caaea of either Incipient orrlirunicmnlnria, Uxldlno effects definite benefit •nil almost instant relief. Tnkoit as a preventive. M veil as a remedy. It is a great tonic. OXf Df VK: • fold hya lldruj. ti'lt under the strict fuaran- iee Ihnll I the I irslbottledoet not benefit you, return the empty bottle to the druggist who told 11 and receive the I lull purebate price. & -art.PANAMA CANAL t CxilMV Usvint NEW ORLEANS By 8. s. Kronprlnzeesln Oollla. Jan. 23 Feb. 10 16 days each—(125 and up. Stmf f" lllurtratid tiuilit 1A _ IlninhurB-Amerlciin Line, 009 Olive St.. St. l.ouli, Mo. Pettits Eye Salve PATENTS FOR EYE ACHES Wntnoa E. Coleman,Wash. Ington.D.C'. Ilook* I rt*e. lllKh- est references. Beat results. SAVE TIME IN KITCHEN SYSTEMATIC DI6HWA8HING DOES AWAY WITH MUCH WORK. AUKNTI* WANTED—Sell Self-Heating Sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 November 1912

MWM& BE,-;' l G$!": Pifi ■ eciprocity —How this bank reciprocates with cli- ents who bring their business here: Insures the safety of their funds, and makes it possible for them to con- serve their financial re- sources. *' , Pew people make a permanent success who try to be "their own banker." Let this bank be of every day service to you in this important matter. The First National Bank, MSle Capital $50,000, - Surplus $10,000, - ■ Resources $250,000 J. C. Rugel, President; S. B. Marshall, Vice-President; R. S. Kimbrougb, Cashier. THE TEXAS PENITENTIARY SYSTEM This is the fifth of a series of articles on the Texas Penitentiaries and prison farms, the laws governing same, treatmentof prisoners, business managementof the system, suggested improvements, etc. By Hon. Will H. Mayes. ftftftftftftftftftftftftfttftftftftftftftftftftftftft 1 BARGAIN DAY I Beaupre Trial Next Week. The case of Oliver P. Beaupre, charged with the murder of his wife, in Dallas, about eighteen months ago, wi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 November 1912

■ • i ' \ !to ? MUCH WORSE THAN USUAL BY - WMlAJRADFORD. I Mr. William A. Radford will answer Questions and give advice FREE OP COST on all subjects pertaining to the Subject of building, for the readers of this fcwper. On account of his wide experience as Editor, Author and Manufacturer, he Is, without doubt, the highest authority on AH these subjects. Addreas all inquiries to William A. Radford, No. 178 West Jackaon boulevard, Chicago, 111., and only enclose two-oent stamp for reply. A very neat seven-room suburban home is Illustrated in this plan. Of course, one of the rooms upstairs is small; but it works in jUBt right for a sewing room, a nursery for the chil- dren or a den. It will prove to be one of the most useful rooms in the house. Such houses are usually built far enough away from the city to have plenty of play ground for the chil- dren. This means that there are chil- dren in the family, and where there are children the sewing machine is a very Important household help ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 November 1912

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOK* f. DAVIS, Editor and 1IESQUITE, - «! TUUI COMFORT AND INSPIRATION. There are very, very *ew persons In all this wide world who do not need "comfort and lnaplration" at different pertoda of their Uvea. Juat oa the young organlat, alone In hla blindness, groped In hla uncertain way for en- couragement which no one thought of giving him, ao, too, we who la- bor In our temporal bllndneaa not only hope for, but really need the kindly word of cheer to help ua through the burdena of our daya, aaya the Charleaton Newa and Courier. The men who administer large af- fairs, the men who are vitally con- cerned with the shaping of publlo Issues and the men who hold posi- tions of high trust need encourage- ment throughout all their Uvea, and It Is the word of encouragement spok- en at Just the right time, when per- haps a weighty decision hangs In the balance, or a new responsibility la to be undertaken, which helps more than anything else could. If the men who control In...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 November 1912

We TRUTH ABOUT THE CASE The Experiences of M. F. G&ron, Ex-Chief of the Paris Detective Police Edited by Albert Keyzer THE LIGHTNING FLASH (Copyright by J. 8. Llpplncott Co.) HE following letter waa from a gentleman hold- ing a high position in the diplomatic world: "Dear Monsieur Goron: I earnestly beg of you to come to the assistance of my friend, who has met with a disastrous adven- ture. Please do every- thing In your power to extricate htm from the horrible position In which he Is placed. I can vouch for his honorable- ness. "Yours gratefully, "I* do V After I had read It I glanced at the bearer, a young, distinguished-looking man. With a slight tremor in his voice, he ■aid: "I am in great trouble." "I see you are," I replied; "and I hear you are English. What brings you here?" He paused an instant, and, passing his hand across his forehead, re- peated: "I am in great trouble." With a gesture, as if anxious to throw off his secret, he continued: "My name is Allen B , and my...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 November 1912

Regents, Formerly Royal Prop- erty, is Now JOO Years Old. thirty Year* Was Required to Build Historic Preserve—Queen Eliza- beth Restored Grounds to Pub- lic and Ousted Residences- London.—The present year Is the centenary of Regent's Park, the larg- est one in London. That is, it la Just one hundred years since the govern- ment took hold of the project of form- ing a park out of the pasture land knowu as Marylebone Farm and Fields. With Ub annexes the Regent's park of today covers over four hun- dred acres. ' The land was formerly the outer park attacked to the royal mansion of Henry VIU. and was a favorite hunt- ing ground of the Tudors. Here Queen Elizabeth entertained the Rus- sian ambassadors with a stag hunt During the eighteenth century Maryle- bone park, split up into dairy farms, iwaB one of the principal sources of |he milk supply of London, and these fields were intersected by footpaths rwhlch formed favorite promenades for jthe pent-up Londoner. According to a government...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 November 1912

'mSBSmm '■4,' '-w§ liltB i ■ Hf .' Sc.. ? WflF? —--- ■mew, ",*?fSP* i « ! ■'> S3, ■ * mm 0 mM MMiiiii I mm in *•*-« "vl i «"(WW " •"'"w - Hi . i'*' 4 I ■ I I i i #'•%. ■■' :-i; BT* nI / • ST BETWEEN PEARL HARWOOD 2102 ELM m * SB it y I ■■■; .,. ' '"wwWP1 ..Wi ...... .r Immense Crowds Attend this, the >■ #K mm£; | EVER HELD BY ANY DALLAS Nearly $40,000.00Worth of Fall and Winter Merchandise-the Most of it in t ty v'<f- theNEWEST STYLES BeingClosed Out in this Pinal Closing-Out Sale Notwithstanding our determination to close out this business, thousands of dollars worth of merchandise contracted for some months ago have been and are still arriving almost daily. In addition to this we recently took advantage of an opportunity to buy several hundred garments from a leading manufacturer of Ladies' Suits and Coats at about half the the regular price, knowing that these garments because of their newness and price would be quickly picked up by thrifty buyers and would help to swell...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 November 1912

'1 1 ilfffi'" ",Vv m IP' Hi' ✓ J; wjm { II If i 1 f ' 11'®* K'41 mm 1 II ■fei t ■ 1 1 M' If"1; NE R BEFORE PRICES ON ■MMMRMMI We have purchased the Entire Sample Line and closed out many lots of which there were just a few numbers left of Suits and Coats of the CELEBRATED FABIAN GARMENT CO OF NEW YORK AT ABOUT HALF PRICE Nearly400 Ladies'Suits in the Very Latest Styles that areworth from $15.00 to $35.00, embracing the popular Cutaway and Norfolk models of'the materials so much in demand this season—zibelines, diagonals, cheviots and mens-wear serge, in all good colors and black. The sizes are well assorted, 14 to 18 for misses and 32 to 40 for Ladies. HERE ARE THE REDUCTIONS ON NEW SUITS Ladies' Suits' worth to $15.00 for Ladies'* Suits worth to $18.50 for Ladies Suits worth to $22.50 for Ladies Suits worth ' to $27.50 for Ladies Suits worth to $35.00 for The below quoted prices are on suits carried over from last season—many of these however, are of splendid materials and are in g...

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

;U:i' ■ ;:-S.. s ' T I I h 1/ >"i, * • T ,t y -■« SB II • : git. Wfe'tfeHv Witwv maiwW^ TT^TTT k * • ' ~ ' 1 USDS S PI f I ffityflwJsBT 'Mn'u , .if i :': ;?if : II I )i] * ill I (i . ■ 1 ! EBB RSf.l^&!.K • ' ' ijifl &S4&' %vi ■ ' I NOTIONS, WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY & MILLINERY AT A ' 1 Every article of merchandise in this store is labeled with a closing-out price. Staple lines which sell out from day to day will be replaced and sold at ac- tual cost plus selling expenses until the entire stock is closed out. i 7c BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED DOMESTIC on sale for \ 7c APRON GINGHAM and CALICO on sale for * 5c 10c and 12 l-2c OUTINGS and FLANNELETTS oil sale for . 8c 10c and 121-2c DRESS GINGHAMS and PERCALES on sale for ' .tr -- 8c $2.25 Blankets on sale for $1.45 $1.50 Blankets on sale for $1.10 65c Hemmed bleached Sheets on sale for 45c 12 l-2c' Bleached Pillow Cases on sale for 9 c 12 l-2c Turkish Towels on sale for 9 c 12-12c Huck Towels on sale f...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 November 1912

■■ITr r l I & ll: ilfc ill m OVERCOATS & BOYS'CLOTHING Hundreds of New Suits of Standard Make and in the best possible Styles are included in this Great Closing-Out Sale at prices here-to-fore unknown of at this season of the year. " MEN'S SUITS WORTH $22.50 AND $25. ON SALE $13.50 MEN'S SUITS WORTH $18.50 AND $20. ON SALE $11.75 MEN'S SUITS WORTH $15. AND $16.50 ON SALE $8.50 MEN'S SI ITS WORTH $12.50 AND $13.50 ON SALE $6.75 MEN'S SI ITS WORTH $10.66 AND $11.50 ON SALE $ 5.50 i- Men's New Overcoats (Si Cravenettes #|:S |M§ I ■ sjfe Hlt&i MEN'S $20.00 OVERCOATS 0NflI | O OPT SALE FOR MEN'S $16.50 OVERCOATS ON SALE FOR • • •••••• $9.85 MEN'S $18.50 OVERCOATS ON H MEN'S $15.00 OVERCOATS ON SALE FOR . 11.00 SALE £ MEN'S $12.50 OVERCOATS ON SALE FOR $5.85 §Ife Boys Suits on Sale Boy's $6.75 Suits on sale for. Boys' 5.50 Suits on sale for. Boys' 5.00 Suits on sale for. Boys' 3.50 Suits on sale for. $4.45 $3.95 $3.45 $2.25 ' m iki* nV'-v'-'-T;1' iill 'j ?<■■■ Men's and Boy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 November 1912

bU*$ ®l)t %txas illcsquitcr. By John E. Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22,1912 Vol, XXXI No. 21 Some Trick However, it's no trick for us to please you, as we handle only the best— Cigars, Tobacco, Confect- ions, Cold Drinks, etc. Our place is headquarters, {or short order meals, fine chile, and FIGOLA BREAD Made with Pigs and Olive Oil. The Phoenix Restaurant W. O. PARKER, Prop. AUGUST F. TOSCH ACQUITTED BY JURY Was Charged With Assault to Murder His Wife. August F. Tosch was acquitted of assault with intent to murder his wife, Mrs. Blanche Tosch,by a jury in Dallas last Friday morning. The jury was out only fifteen minuets. The trial only lasted one day. The shooting for which Mr. Tosch was tried happened in Dallas, where they were then liv- ing, on the afternoon of Thurs- day, Aug. 1. Mrs. Tosctl 'lad (llod auU {ui divorce against her husband and earlier in the afternoon he had been served with an injunction, issued by the court, restraining him from molesting her in any ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 November 1912

Rf ', m fey it In New York. First PrlBon Official—We'll hare to •top giving permits to people to go In and see the prisoners. Second Prison Official—Why so? First Prison Official—Too much con- fusion. They keep getting In the way of the fellows who are oscaplng.—• Puck. .. f'l .r Explained. "Why do epitaphs always begin, fHere lies—?'" „ "Because the majority of them do. To prevent Malaria is far better than io cure it. In malarial countries take a dee of OXIDINE mularly- one each week and nave yourself from Chills and Fever •nd other malarial troubles. Adv. i Terms. v "There Is one thing I've been won- dering about." "What's that?" "How racing men take Joy rides In k sulky." Public s.-niViJpnYi'nm^nJam^Uu and we b«H am. -qpyk/sht i9u " -ohnston wBOBbi-mmacamm ffluslraliom by YLBarnes ! Many a boy has acquired some very good habits by not following In the Ifoosteps of his father. I Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets flnt rut up tiny granules. Aav. Rather Mixed. "He's dead In earnest." "Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 November 1912

/ M / & {I 111 11 i * i f HOW GIRLS MAY AVOID PERIODIC PAINS The Experience of Two Girls Here Related For The Benefit of Others. Rochester, N. Y.—"I have a daugh- ter 13 years old who has always been very healthy until recently when she complained of dizziness and cramps every month, so bad that I would have to keep her home from school and put her to bed to get relief. "After giving her only two bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound she is now enjoying the best of health. I cannot praise your Compound too highly. I want every good mother to read what your medicine has done for my child."—Mrs. Richard n. Dunham, 811 Exchange St, Rochester, N.Y. Stoutsville, Ohio.—" I suffered - from headaches, backache and was very irreg- ular. A friend ad- vised me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound, and before I had taken the whole of two bottles I found relief. I am only sixteen years old, but 1 have bet- ter health than for two or three years. I cannot express my th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 November 1912

_jlx" 1 ' > The TEXAS MESQUITER John E. Davis, Editor and Publiiher Established 1882. Subscription $1.00 Per Year Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Entered at Mesquite, Texas, as Second Class Matter COO/v?^; ssoci* FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1912. Oyster Hay seems to have nothing to give out. Next Thursday is the day the country give thanks, especially the Democrats. will Official returns disclose the fact that Roose velt ran fourth in Texas, even Debs, the Socialist beating him. Whether you like it or not, yon had just as well make up your mind to stand woman's suff- rage. It is coming. Our admiration for President Taft as a man is in nowise diminished by the fact that he is taking his defeat like a man. The Crandall Star says Crandall needs better railroad facilities, more water and good roads. Will the Star please tell us what inducements Crandall has to cffei ? Since J. A. Wayland editor of the Appeal to Reason, Socialist newspaper of Girard, Kansas, committed suicide there...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 November 1912

m If you are thinking of buying a diamond you can not afford to make the purchase without coming to us, as we can sell you any kind of a stone you want, mounted to suit, at a much less price than you can buy it in Dallas or elsewhere. We guarantee every stone to be exactly as represented! Watches and Jewelry / We make a specialty ot fine watches and have a very complete line in stock and (/if you want a first class watch we can please you in size and style and at a price that means money saved to you. Our jewelry is the dependable kind and our assortment is very complete. Every article is priced low and is sold under an absolute guarantee. NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO SELECT XMAS GIFTS We will keep them for you until called for. GULLOM & CHAPMAN New Weigher Takes Charge. T. A. Jett, the new public weigher for this precinct, tiled his bond with the commissioners' Court and qualified for the office last Saturday. He took charge of the local cotton yard on Mon- day, succeeding W. B. Stamp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 November 1912

: I ; i i TMKTHXAS MESQUITER ITGHEN 54BINET JOHN I. DAVIS, tU.tor and Proprlatar MESQliiTE. - i The rest cure la now offered to the baseball fans free of charge. How do you like "wireless verb? We rather admlratiouleas It mm And It always come? wl^h the years: But the'smile that Is. worth' the praise of earth Is the smile that comes through tears. It's a dull Sunday paper these days that doesn't exploit some new dancer. In the time to come the reckless avl ator will be arrested for plain disor- derly conduct. BAG COOKERY. PAPER Wm * The man with the outrigger knees In the street cars is a good rival of the end «eat hog. We may have the stlngless honey bee, but the political bee will keep Its stinger forever. ■jg !«i| i*™ '•s'> x .- < . . ■; ^ iMm §|§ ► goBl B&g? Ktrl i I 1 I A western man says it is possible to dress well on $50 a year. Ha doesn't refer to women. A Chicago pedagogue wants girls taught cooking Instead of classics. Bet he married one of his pupils. "A spade ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 November 1912

3Si| 'WmSF mHm ■ - j East Texas Farms On easy terms offers the renter and man of moderate means the chanoe of a lifetime to own his own farm. A team, a few hundred dollars and a desire to better your own condition are aU that is necessary. OUR EAST TEXAS FARM LAND offers the renter of the high priced land communities the only avenue of relief. Why not? One year with another you will raise as good crops, the living ex- penses of your family are one-third less, your interest and taxes are less, crop failures are less frequent, and the land will actually pay for itself off its own pH§duction in two or three years. PANOLA COUNTY 40 and 80-acre farms are ideally located; all of the large timber having been cut off, makes it easy to make ready for the frlow; good neighbors in easy access of these farms, located 3} to 5 miles of Carthage, the county seat, and within two miles of Murvalle Station on the Santa Fe Railroad; 95% tillable, well drained and no swamps or overflow lands. PANOLA CO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 November 1912

Reciprocity How this bank reciprocates with cli- ents who bring their business here: IV- GOOD CREDIT is a prime essential to financial success, and the depositor with this bank finds its officers eager to co-operate to the fullest extent in building his credit, And in extending deserved credit fco him when necessary to open up broader opportunities. Faying by check is in itself, a factor in building one's credit. v;'< Lay the foundation for your credit and build upon it at this bank. •; Tlie First National Bank, MrSte Capital $50,000, - Surplus $10,000, • Resources $250,000 * J. C. Rugel, President; S. B. Marshall, Vice-President; R. S. Kimbrougb, Cashier. URBY BEHRNES DEAD RESULT OE ACCIDENT My Last Harangue. Sunday is my closing day as pastor for this yejir. If you have tears to shed or shouts to shout, bring them both along. Both morning and evenirg services will be held as usual and algo at Long Creed at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Would be glad to meet all the members of the...

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