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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 January 1913

mmrrnM' ' i, t i'«f"i, |V . ^v^j^jsyyjjjygi ill WfiWRW m Jl- ' : .- Hp <''■: Ki PERMANENT GOOD ROADS By Wm. T. FULTON, Dallas, Texas. lv* * &j®£ •V^&ltii #SJmJ W • Mi'/: MtytI SS®8SSl THE subject of good roads is one that strikes a popular chord with everyone. The people generally have conie to a realization of the needs of a high stan- dard of public highways. A few years ago, before the automobiles be- came so numerous, the demand for better roads was not so urgent, but since that time there has been a general movement throughout the United States for permanent roads built on more endur- ing'lines than the common graded dirt road. To this end bond issues and special road tax levies have been ordered in a large number of counties throughout the state. In some instances bond issues have been defeated, but in most cases farmers as well as the merchants have realized the good effect to be had in the building and maintaining of permanent roads, and powerful en- gines, grader...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 January 1913

1 Ttt r Jljl Jj PARCELS POST THE POSTOFFICES of Texas have re- ceived their final instructions regard- ing the most important innovation of the American government, the parcels post, which became effective at 6 o'clock a. m., Jan. I, 1913. The significance and scope of this law is such that postal employes hesitated to foretell what the ultimate result will be. One thing they are sure of, they will have their hands full at the start, or until they had adjusted themselves to this new sort of business. The parcels post will be a boon to the farmer and the postoffice people in Fort Worth, Dallas and Houston are looking for a deluge of farm products because the circular just sent out from Washington has for its opening paragraph: "This law provides that hereafter fourth-class mail matter shall embrace all other matter, in- cluding farm and factory products, not now em- braced by law in either the first, second, or third class, not exceeding eleven pounds in weight nor greater in size th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 January 1913

11 II II 1 dallas musical events. Mill Henrietta Qremmell gave one of the moit Interesting: piano recitals of the seaaon in the Bueh Temple audi- torium, Miss Oremmell, havin* one or Daliaa' best pianists, never fails to furnish a rare treat to the music lov- ers. She was assisted by the well known tenor, David L. Ormesher, and Carl Venth, violinist Mr. Venth play- ing; one of his own compositions. • • • Pupils of Miss Isabel Hutcheson *ave their holiday class lesson in the Bush Temple studio. Many Bach numbers were played. Little Miss Elisabeth Popham very Interestingly told the life of Bach, and then played one of the easier minuets. Miss Mabel Bray play- ed from memory seven of the Bach pre- ludes and fugnes. Mtss Bray will ap- pear in a piano recital at an early date. • • • Second in the series of concerts be- ing given at the Adolphus hotel. Madam Esther Plumb, contralto, delignxed an audience assembled In the Palm room, with the rendition of a programme of well selected number...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 January 1913

1 ■ a ■ In PATENTS- (obtained and Trado-Martc (registered. Consultation and Information fraa. .Write for Invanter^pi Guide Hook, Offi-! ices at Hoimton and Washington. M«i Hardway & Cathay 1 On eotwertrg advertiser* meqttao tuin BV'l Skinner & Son of Rusk, lessees of the San Lanham furnaces, lo- cated near the penitentiary grounds, have announced that they arc ready to start construc- tion on seventy-five houses to be used by their employes. Work on these buildings is expected to start within the next thirty days. ■" 11 11 1 ■ ■ W n ii . Gordon,Sewall&Co. INC. Wholesale Grocers and Co'.ton Factors IIUIItiTON, TKXAS. . \V> solicit your cotton tfOnslgnmcntB, on which we will malte liberal acl« vancos, charging Internet at the rate <>f 6 per cent per annum. We are well prepared In every way to handle ccn- Hlgnitirnta of cotton to the bent advan- tage of our fUHtumiM'H and will he pleased to hear from you with u trial shipment. ORGAN'S MEN STORIES OF THEIR EXPLOITS ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 January 1913

mm iiHiWii w W&ii' il il mm . — — COTTON SEED MEAL, CAKE and HULLS. coal TheHefley-Goleman&o. Fort Worth, Texas. (In answering advertiser* mantlon this pip«t.) Three million dollars in; per- gonal injury claims were paid out by Texas railroads during the twelve month period ending June 30, 1912, according to the reports of thirty-two of the leading Texas lines. This breaks all records. SEEDS THAT SUCCEED Best, true to name, garden seeds. Write for price list. We will buy your Cow-Peas. Quote us price. Margrave's Seed Store 2006 Strand St. Galveston, Texas •ifln answering admttam mtiuion thit papar.) HSK! I A modern four-story hotel of 110 rooms is being constiycted here just south of the Crazy well pavilion, to which it will be joined. The hotel is being con- structed by Sidney Webb of Belle- vue. Texas. I I Reichardt & Schulte Tin: TEXAS SEED WHISK—(isrden. Mold 11 nil KlBwrr Need". fertilisers. I'onltry mid Slock Supplied ud Planet Jr., Implement*. 1'hoiiem Boll 0*«t A...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 January 1913

For Four $5 Bills This "Eclipse" Model of the Columbia has been designed and produced, and this an- nouncement is here published to open the Columbia New Year Campaign with the greatest money's worth of musical in- strument ever built. Stories for the Children With the Columbia tono-control shutters elosed, the volume of music Is very soft, yet round and natural. With the Columbia tone-control shutters 'partly open, the music is brought nearer, with its resonance somewhat less restrained, yet with no loss of definite detail. With the Columbia tone-control shutter* wlile open, the full, hril- luint, vibrant notes of the singer's voice, and the unconfined music of the band or orchestra, pour flooding out' FREE With r*<'H ln truiiifiit delivered tvttliln thirty d j*. «or <"«lumblii Oemonnlrnllon lioulile-IJIsc Kee- ord. GO TO YOITR 2VEAKEST DKAI-EII Or The Columbia Phonograph Co., Gen'l Distributors, 1403 Main St., Msllns. Tex. Denier* wanted where we are not actively representee...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 January 1913

>;■ " 111 KMjk fclj;l'i: ,! . |S; £'■''. ^ i* * FJIS&W'i AXWE ft .t.* !/}/>. fcVof/: Gheek-Neal Coffee Co. Nashville Honston Jacksonville (lo answering advertiser* mention this paper.) It is reported that the proposed .new Dallas, Corsicana & Pales- tine railroad has been financed and that construction work is to begin from the Palestine end earlv iti December. YOURS FOR 1913 N atatorium Steam Laundry "The Laundry That LEADS" N. t. Gambrell. Prop. Phone 176 FORT WORTH. TEXAS (In auswerlnit tiJverlliwrs mention this paper. I Twenty-four thousand jack rab- bit scalps have been paid for at the rate of 7 I-2 cents each by the Commissioners' Court of Taylor county since the bounty was of- fered last February, which is a total of $1,800. PiTTYClOTHES How to obtain nice washing'. Use SiOK-CHKMICAl, WASH IIM E. Aschner Bros. Mfg. Co., Dallas. Texas. Sprinkle Top Quart HetnllK for 25c at <irocern. BI.UR-HniHKS CO., AgrntK. (In answering advertisers mention thin paper.) A spe...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 January 1913

V 'l'r- 52E- ■HPRH IMFf #H 1 j;: . " ;■: 4*m \p <<■ H > l-i * $W l v *'t" u 1 ' * J * " V/ ■;.': • ' W . || 1 B| ! ltl(l,l'i«i |f 1 j", B | iP^TjW f r "1 rr*.-' . "4'"'".n ■''"■■'jf •... '*■ ■'lV;'':y 'M' Our Best Bow the new firm of Cullom & Porter, succeeding the firm of Cullom & Chap- man as Proprietors of the Palace Drug Store, makes its best bow to the public. Individually, the members need no introduction to the people of this sec- tion, but for the firm we wish to say that we shall strive our utmost to serve you acceptably—not only to carry in stock a complete line of drugs, sundries, jewelry, optical goods, etc., but to m^ke this a store of real service to you —a store where purity, quality, absolute reliability and courteous treatment are emphasized. We solicit your patronage and in- vite your confidence, and we thank you in advunce for the business you may give us. Cullom & Porter (E. B. Cullom and Win. J. Porter) The Palace Drug Store Local and Person...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 January 1913

FEDERAL PROTECTION OF BIRDS By WILLIAM T. HORNADAY Director of the New York Zoological P*rk (TThe bird portraits with this article are ■om tho "American Natural History." opyri&ht. 1904, by William T. Hornaday. i reproduced here by the permission of publishers, Charles Scrlbner's Sons.) , HE United States de- partment of agricul- ture 1b responsible for the start- ling statement that, In the year 1004, In- sect pest*'cost this f country no less than , J420,100,010. * Sere are the figures of t. •••'.•_ Percentage Amount of Loss, of lioss. 10 1200.000,000 overii meat'experts: 63,000,000 9Q,000.000 6,300.000 63.000,000 6,000,000 J7.000.000 11.000,000 6.800,000 Product. •reals .. Ay ,,,,, ,,,,,,,*,«t,,,i io btton „„„„, „•(,* •■«•, 10 Dbacco 10 , uck crops 20 Kgars 10 ults 20 Farm forests 10 Miscellaneous crops 10 . Total Wjo.lio.oqo .Keeping In mind this enormous Iosb, consider also the following tacti: (1) That Insectivorous birds do more than all other agencies com- bined to keep ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 January 1913

m — > r / v AWFUL THOUGHTS QUICKnfJANISHED Thought, at Times, that She Would Die. * Saves Herself, Also Young Girl WhoseTroubles Were Similar to Hers. Clarksville, Tenn.—Mrs. H. L. Ma- son, of this place, writes: "I want to write you a few lines In regard to your 'medicine, Cardui, the woman's \ tonic. . Before my marriage I lived In Kv- ansvllle, Ind. I suffered very much with womanly trouble. I thought, at times, that I would nearly die with pains in my stomach, and backache. I saw your medicine advertised, and sent and got a bottle. The first bottle helped me, and I haven't been both- ered with any of my old troubles since. After my marriage, I lived in lit Vernon, Ind., and one of my neighbor's girls suffered like I did. I told them to give her Cardui, the woman's tonic, as it would help her, and It certainly did, right away. I will surely recommend Cardui to all women, for I think It is a good med- icine for all kinds of womanly trouble." If you are suffering from any of the...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 January 1913

rr l«7<? r ' mmm . : ii-VJ. •i'-; '-'t f{ II i#v5 ■ Hl.". If. l' nM H i I | Bit ■ t S§t'y'J"V1, &v;' V Hh ••, € tBmmm V' K<1 ii OUR AIM The constant aims of the officers and employes of this bank are: TO PROMOTE the interest of customers just as they endeavor to promote those of the bank; TO DO ALL THEY CAN to make the dealings of depositors agreeable and profitable to them; TO CONTRIBUTE to their enterprises the con- servative co-operation, foresight and timely coun- sel which a strong bank can properly bestow. TO REPAY their confidence is us by confidence in them.. The First National Bank, utST § Capital $50,000, - Surplus $1d,000 - Resources $250,000 J. 0. Rugel, President; S. B. Marshall, Vice-President; R. S. Kimbrough. Cashier. List oi Immortals. , The following have our thanks for the amounts opposite their names, paid on subscription dur- ing the past week: S. R. Coats, Mesquite $1.00 T. A. Dean," 14 1.00 $00611 J 1.00 Mrs. M. R. Gross, Mesquite$2.0ft P. B. Terry, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 January 1913

UUrftriaa Capita l 'tlilp' m m.* ISiiwSII I.,.. ' . :/r:, «n M «,v. ^ ; tu«. /*«£' ' ' — By John E, Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY JANUARY 17, 1913 B Vol,XXXI No. 29 GOOD RESOLUTION! PALACE DRU6 STORE TO HAVE FINE FIXTURES To make while the New Year is yet young, if you have not already done so, is to buy your furniture and hardware during 1913 from us. Our stocks were never so complete as now and everything is priced right. See us for Middle Busters and Turning Flows Cullom & Porter to Have Pretty Drug Store. GEO. E. WEBB West Side Public Square. Telephone 106 She was just a little, ragged, dirty girl. Her uncombed bair was blowing about her sun tan- ned face, and her bare feet and bare legs bore the signs of lack of water. But in spite of her unkept appearance and dirt up- on her face and pudgy little legs, she was a happy child, and there was the light of laughter in her eyes. She carried in her arms a broken, ragged doll, and hugged it close to her heart, tenderly, lovingly ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 January 1913

^ ''I ■,/.4 '' ijFff j '-j'. .■', «• «7. m Branif THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN I. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor IfBSQUITK. - - - TBXA3 fci =a Reports from the mlllenium Indicate {that It has been delayed again. Hydrocyanic acid la sure death to mice, insects—and children. " 4 The English language Is employed ft>y 160,000,000 people. A few do not imurder It. . Bu •teal; (Carni Burglar breaks into a house and Is only a cornet. He deserves • tegle medal. Now the question is, what will a ourteen-lnch gun do if It doesn't ex- ilode before it does it? A Pennsylvania Judge fined his wife <0 and costs because she sold in- trior catsup. Probably be had to eat I himself. , Dr. Sun Yat Sen is coming over to fthis country to ask a loan of $200.- •000,000. Have you that much to japare Just now? A newspaper announces that New Eork chefs receive more than govern- r ; but not half as much as head altera and holdup men. A New York stenographer gave up typewriting to marry a baron. After Ithe honeym...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 January 1913

I SMILE HELPING THE CAU8E. **A drummer," said MedlU McCor- tnick, "was waiting at Nola Chucky for the Southern Cannonball Limited. The train crawled in at last, nine hours late—a ramshackle, clattering thing, as ridiculous as an old-fashion- ed high-wheeled bicycle. "The drummer got aboard. There eeemed to be only one other passen- ger. The locomotive hooted, the bell clanged, the wheels spun around, and •team hissed, but the train failed to i move. Then there were more hoots, more puff a and hisseB. and still the train didn't budge. Finally, after a third vain effort, the engineer got down and shouted to the passengers, whose heads stuck anxiously out of their respective windows: "-'Say, I'll have to ask you two gents to climb off till I get her start- ed!"'—New York Tribune. Literature. Friend—Make any money on your last novel? Author—You bet! I sold that de- scription of the Palisades in chapter three to the Quick Line railroad for $5,000; my tribute to the Plaster d<5 Paris h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 January 1913

Ws& m w <•' • 1 • PffP hwnpimmiim THE TEXAS MESQJTER John E. Davis, Editor and Prop. Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Subscription $1.00 Per Year Entered at the postoffice at Mesquite, Texas, as mail matter of th^^econd-class. I®. assocta Friday, January 17, 1918. --j W'M ■ ■ ■ iMwfe m IPle We've qualified to vote next year, by paying our pill tax. Have you? The parcel* post will simply weed out the drones from among the merchants in the smaller towns. w, It strikes us that the plan to add one or two stories to the court house and put the jail there is al! right. JOE SAP ON MOVING —By Joe Sappington— Munsey's desertion of the Bull Moose was a hard blow. Not that he amounts to so much but because he has a "barrel." The manner in which Presi- dent Taft took his defeat has raised him in the estimation of the people, regardless of party affiliation. Judging from the time he is taking, as well as the abundance of good material available, Presi- dent elect Wilson ought to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 January 1913

m Our Best Bow The new firm of Cullom & Porter, succeeding the firm of Cullom & Chap- man as Proprietors of the Palace Drug Store, makes its best bow to the public. Individually, the members need no introduction to the people of this sec- tion, but for the firm we wish to say that we shall strive our utmost to serve you acceptably—not only to carry in stock a complete line of drugs, sundries, jewelry, optical goods, etc., but to make this a store of reaA service to you —a store where purity, quality, absolute reliability and courteous treatment are emphasized. We solicit your patronage and in- vite your confidence, and we thank you in advunce for the business you may give us. Cullom & Porter (E. B. Cullom and Wm. J. Porter) The Palace Drug Store Local and Personal. Wm. Knapp is doing jury ser- vice in Dallas this week. Prof. T. A. Smith and wife [ visited in Forney Sunday. E. C. West of Manstield, was •here on business Wednesday. i Burton Jones and wife of Dal- las, visi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 January 1913

wi s!r: H ■ isli ©or uftoe# ooo Cmihockhw '- " , -w - &&!>> v? I >■> ■ a j^'"•TvWjWRJftj T-&C si^<^7imsj^aa^^^wy'a27^m7v^ms wsmmm lliiiil^^! m *&v ' Vf i vi Jk «-IW99 :V •* : , ■ ippgis S&wsksI jn ■y>:m £&!£& y £•:«£« m MM^^\^vvvvvvv-i' ORE than 5,000 years ago there were gathered at the command of Moses, on the plains of Assemblage In the valley of Mount Sinai, all of the children of Israel to listen to the reading of the laws that were re- vealed to Moses during the "forty days and forty nights" he spent in the midst of a cloud communing with the God of the "chosen people." Since that momentous and epoch- making event nations have risen to mighty power, only to go down to decay and oblivion. Unpeopled plains have been converted into hives of industry, and hives of in- dustry have reverted back to unpeopled plains. New lands have been discovered and peopled and new seas have been navigated and charted. Every- where progress haB changed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 January 1913

iSBli r." I IJEsj WrmiiJSII '.v BWiiii "■i" '•■ 1 . Mi-: J MR. GOSLINGTON GOT EVEf Collision of lll>Mann«red Man ant Fire Hydrant Afforded Him Much Satisfaction. "You .know the crowding, pushing Ill-mannered chaps," said Mr. Gosling ton, "that elbow their way througl und crowd you off Into the gutter. llk« as not, and pass right on with never i thought? I encountered one of then Wils morning In Sixth avenue. 'He overtook me, coming up fron the rear, walking faster than I, and when he had come to me he didn't sheer out, but kept right along, shoul derlng me so that I almost fejl Into the street. But in one brief moment I was more than fully avenged. "Just as this Ill-mannered chap shouldered me I had arrived at a Are hydrant, for which I was about to sheer out. You know the fire hydrant? Built of cast Iron, very hard, and standing up rigidly, very rig-Idly. You can't just shoulder a Are hydrant out of the way, and just as this man shoul- dered me out of his course he came upon the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 January 1913

'i;" i$wS"- 'i V. I I.' ' e Best Clothing Sold in Dallas Goes in War Our 2nd Semi- Annual Closing- Out Sale Offers a better oppor- tunity to save on High- Grade Men's Wear than any sale held in this city All Goods New- Nothing Brought Over From former seasons. What you buy here is absolutely new in styles and of dependable quality It. ' ill New Store for Men—Note the Locition"'1608"1610 Alain Street""~Across from the I raetorian Building d € W >: 11 wimii ■ ;S? ' i i ) ! ' - These Prices on Men's SUITS and OVERCOATS Men's Suits $15.00 and some 17.50 and 20.00 Suits on sale $17.50 and some 20.00 and 22.50 Suits on sale . . . $20.00 and some 22.50 and 25.00 Suits on sale . . . $22.50 and some 25.00 and 27.50 Suits on sale . $25.00 and some $27.50 and 30.00 Suits on sale $27.50 and some 30.00 and 32.50 Suits on sale . . . $30 and some 32.50 and 35.00 Suits on sale . . . S9.85 $11.85 $13.85 $15.85 ! $17.85 $18.85 $19.85 Overcoats $15.00 Overcoats on sale ft QC for JMUiOD $17.50 Overc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 January 1913

®lie ®e*a0 mm fl® By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY JANUARY 24, 1913 Vol. XXXI No. 30 FOR 10 BAYS I will sell at the following prices. j Having located in Mesquite I want some of your trade and I will give you some prices that I think will interest you. Red Velva Syrup per gallon . . . Half gallon Red Velva syrup Velva Breakfast syrup per gallon Half gallon Velva Breakfast syrup Tiger Sorghum Syrup gallon. Half gallon Tiger Sorghum Syrup 8 pound can Tomatoes . 2 pound cans Tomatoes, 3 cans for Chipper Sugar Corn, 3 cans l'or . King Corn 3 cans *.. Elite Sugar Corn, the best, can. .. Victor Coffee, 30c seller, now Cooking Oil per gallon Cream Meal 17£ pound sack 3 boxes Searchlight Matches 2 boxes best Macaroni Pink Salmon, 2 cans.. /. Pickles', while they last, per gallon 2 No. 2 Lamp Chimneys LAWSON LOCALS. 55c ■ 30c 60c 35c 45c 25c 10c* 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 65c 40c 10c 15c 25c 35c 15c , F. JONES West Skle Square Rugel Brick Mesquite. Texas Dogs and Gats as Gifts —3y Joe Sap...

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