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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 January 1913

r'; i^f-1 I 1 HI «• ■ SL . |1 ■ > I «■ •r: S® t it BwrglaKg 'y&EWmAJZR0CH<$^2^ZJlZJi M m Cr££T-16S0j ' nroiatrriumrasc ft Start Your Baby With Sound Health HE dltferentiation between these two animals is a subject of unusual Eg interest, to the sportsman-natural- % 1st. To trace the origin of the ^bs*f^ popular misconception that the two names are synonymous, a mistake to which even some of our best- known sportsmen of today must plead guilty, we, have to dive Into the not always limpid depths of early mediaeval history. For the event which has probably more to do than any other with the promulgation of this error was the famous bunt given by Charlemagne to the ambassadors of Haroun-al-Rashid in the dank Hercyian woods that surrounded his hunt- ing lodge, Heristallum. According to the original account by the monk Eginhard of St. Gall, the aurochs were of such terror-instilling appearance to the men from the east that they could not even bear the sight of them, and fled fro...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 January 1913

1 H H ifif« !;■ " 1,1 ,f,r • :'ir! i i1" iiiiWiMPgilSMil ISI iisiflL Sffii lu CLOSE RUB. The steamed was on the point of leaving and the passengers lounged on the deck and waited for the Btart. At length one of them espied a cyclist in ;the far distance, and it soon became evident that he was doing his level best to catch the boat. Already the sailors' hands were on the gangways, and the cyclist's chance Hooked small, Indeed. Then a sport- ling passenger wagered a sovereign to a shilling that he would misB it The offer was taken and at once the deck became a scene of wild excitement "He'll miss It." "No; he'll Just do It" "Come on!" "He won't do it" "Yes, he will. He's done It Hur- rah!" In the very nick of time the cyllBt arrived, sprang off his machine and ran up the one gangway left. 8trlpes and Bars. The thin girl and the stout girl were admiring some handsome gowns displayed in the show window of a department store. "I'd like that one," said the fat girl. Indicating one of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 January 1913

it'v'ilWr'i^ f ' ^TlS^}"^! I h,\ i>r.'.; .. J = THE TEXAS MESQUITER John E. Davis, Editor and Prop. Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Subscription $1.00 Per Year Entered at the postoffice at Mesquite, Texas, as mail matter of the second-class. cou/vfv assoc* a Friday, January 24, 1913. If you haven't paid your poll tax you'll have to hurry. pi :-v" 'MK ■r. i Representative kennedy will seek to have the Legislature submit the question of woman's suffrage to a vote of the people. Well, we favor submission anil if it is submitted, we will vote for it. MS Iffil 'r;;- J?!:!./ araaiTv''1! ?V "•% M3KA Vr'.r m.- iS|p|fe Kl 861« I' HBte. --V ,. y Kg mti |$kw' :t:: I % ... President-elect Wilson says that after he becomes President, he expects to get nine hours sleep out Y of the twenty-four. Surely he does not expect to get that much sleep until after he makes his appointments. , •MMMNMMMMMMMM There is yet hope for the coun- try. The Athens Review pays Hon. Cone Johnson a complime...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 January 1913

r We Are Here To —Please You— It is our aim to conduct what you would be pleased to call a FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE—a store which is thoroughly reliable at all times, and which can supply your wants in our various lines at prices Which will appeal to you. We will continue to carry a com- plete line of J ewelry, Paints, Oil, Win- dow Glass and will do our utmost to take care of the business intrusted to us in a satisfactory and profitable manner to you. V#!f" Cullom & Porter (E. B. Cullom and Wm. J. Porter) The Palace Drug Store f % Local and Personal. 1 J. C. Smith and Perry Lemas- ter were in Fore Worth Sunday. Born, to A. S. Thomas and wife, on the 18th, a 12 pound girl. John A. Hass and wife of Dal- las, were guests of relatives here Sunday. Mi's. Elde>' Hill of Dallas, visit- ed relatives here several days this week. Joe Stewart has accepted a position with the Southwestern Electric Co. in Dallas. Ollie Humphreys and friend, J. M. Beaver, of Dallas, spent Sunday here, guest...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 January 1913

THE TEXAS MESQUITER * JOHN t. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQUITE, • - - TKXAJ Tha weather man may well be proud lot himself. The German emperor has composed the music (or a ballet He ought to ■tags It u i Violet la the mourning color of Tur> Ikey. Probably their hymn ol death la "Sweet Vloleta." « I? Otfs country la too nolay how did lady ever manage to live through tail theae years In it? Consider the waya of the egga, we •re driven to the conclualon that thl la a hen-pecked country. A Duluth man held off a pack ot iwolves with four cigars. Gift cigars wometlmea come In handy. A Paris banker who 'lifted" 130/ 400,000 again showed financial dexter tty by Jumping a $40,000 ball bond. Can you brace youraelf for a ter ribW shock? Pharaoh, aaya an Eng- Hah professor, waa only a fat old man •fter all. m Mr. Edlaon plana moving pictures that will talk, aomebody having told him that we do not have talk enough already. 1 1 1 A New Tork artist has discovered * living Mona Lisa. Still, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 January 1913

MS' I — OF INTEREST TO WOMEN Miss Duncan, of Oklahoma, Makti New Plain Statements For Publication in Interest of Women. Chapel, Okla.—"Please print this letter/' writes Miss Mollle Duncan of this place, "aa it may reach and help some poor suffering woman. For 17 years I had been afflicted with womanly troubles, and had tried different treatments, but none of them helped me any. I suffered ao much I could hardly bear It I had auch drawing-down pains, and a pain In my side. Also headache and those awful dizzy spells. I was very weak, and could not be up, at times. I decided to try Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I will say I am not aorry that I did, for it helped me wonder* fully. I feel like an entirely new per- son. I can wash all day now, and atr tend to my other household duties, and not feel tired when night cornea. I intend to keep Cardul In the house Just aa long as I live, for it has dona me so much good." Cardul is the ideal tonic remedy for women. Its ingredients are especial...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 January 1913

Si ♦ CaldwelUKeefe, NOTICE- mi l St: is pill All that are interested in guessing at the candle please deposit your guesses before Feb, 3 or your guess will not be counted. The candle will be lighted Feb# 3, 1913 at 10 o'clock. The one guessing the closest to number of hours, minutes and seconds gets the $30.00 WATCH El/ gin movement,17 jewel, 20 year guaran- tee hunting case Please read your certi* ficates. Attention to The Ladies Come in and sec our beautiful line of Salid Bowls, highly decorated with rich colors. Size 11 inches by 2 V2 inches, price 30 cents. Don't fail to come in and get your choice. li- J. H. McKINNEY fc X V v V v V V V V "f? il rVV V T V V V V V vv II© mm li#A > i Rylie Ripples. Moving is the order of the day. Mr. Hall, who lived on the Brundett place and N. N. Wood- ward who lived on the Spence place near Rylie, have just ex- changed places. Win. Marshall moved from .T. B. Sewell's place to W. A. Puckett's place. Most everybody is plowing. The fence corners...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 January 1913

Stale Libm-iaa ®he ®e*fts By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY JANUARY 31, 1913 Vol.XXXI No. 31 THESE PRICES will interest you—look them over and compare with others. Onions per pound 3c Sugar, 19 pounds for $1.00 Pink Beans, 4 pounds for 25c Navy Beans, 4 pounds 25c Blackeyed Peas, 4 pounds 25c Potatoes, Idaho Grealeys, peck 30c 6 Bars cf any Laundry Soap in stock 25© Will still give 3 boxes of Matches for 10c Red Nelva Syrup per gallon 55c Half gallon Red Velva Syrup 30c Velva Breakfast Syrup. gallon 60c Velva Breakfast Syrup half gallon 35c Cooking Oil per gallon 65c I have a broken lot of work pants in sizes 36 that sold for $1.50, will goat $1.00 Also have a broken lot of Men's and Boys' hats that I will close out at cost as I am not going to carry a stuck of hats. I guarantee these goods to be as good as can be sold or I will refund the monev. Will deliver every Saturday and after school in the evening. W. F. J 0 N E 5 West Side Square Rugel Brick Mesquite.. Texas LAWSON ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 January 1913

ttw'C- m ( m- I IE®'/.'/" i Twi'yte mm, m Pv £L tm Bk:v; 1st-h l& ^ jpfilP SilWlP i'iim THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN C. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor mesquite, TEXAS These rare book swindlers are golni to be rare birds. As a popular pastime swimming li over for the present Feeding men on electricity seems a shocking Innovation, doesn't it? OVERUSING TALKS Football did its beBt. but it plays a sorry second to baseball in popularity. "Quack" is the title of a new com- edy. Probably all about human geese. Under the newest ruling, some poets are born, and some are educated al West Point Berlin claims a talking cat Won- der what serenades it selects foi nightly rendition? A lot of people do not recognize oppartunity when they meet it be- cause they expect it to look like luck. The New York burglar who stole 10,000 nickels from a householder must be a movie fan of the worst sort < United States government will pro- vide foot powder for the shoes of sol- diers. Watch the powder bills In ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 January 1913

,|r" '.T ■' rT " ' ffpS aim llil — — —i i RHEUMATIC ADVICE Prominent Doctor's Beat Prescrip- tion Easily Mixed at Home. "From your drug glut get one ounce Of Torla compound (in original sealed package) and one ounce of syrup of Sarsamrllla compound. Take these two Ingredients home and put them Into a half pint of good whiskey. •Shake the bottle and take a table- spoonful before each meal and at bed- time." ThlB la said to be the quickest and best remedy known to the medical profession for rheumatlam and back- ache. Good results come after the first dose. If your druggist does not have Toris compound In stock he will get It fqr you In a few hours from his wholesale house. Don't be Influenced to take a patent medicine Instead of this. Insist on having the genuine Toris •compound in the original one-ounce, seal- «d. yellow package. Hundreds of the worst cases were cured here by this pre- scription last winter. Published by the <3 lobe Pharmaceutical laboratories of Chicago. DOWN TO ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 January 1913

f , #% f 1 Hj' ' .fe. ii, i? u iMMBnCTiiial T;'.^ITT'T' " V'"i'''"""" lit r.i''i; 1 .-I i'iA Mi 11 THE TEXAS MESQUITER 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 the second-class. IPf i« w 1 lib &;. |M'; if- I ■ J®*'*- Ms;A 1ft#' M ■y ■ ill ■Wi m m mm S|. H §0? 'i •/■ . :V •: ... Friday, January 81, 1918. This is Friday, January 31- tbe last day in which you can pay your poll tax. Uncle Joe Cannon says Rob- ert E. Lee and Jefferson Davis were great and good men. If we could think of all the mean things we have said about Uncle Joe, we would take part of it back. Brownwood has a right to feel chesty. It is the home of the new Lieutenant Governor, Will H. Mayes, and it won the prize offered by Holland's Maga- zine for the cleanest town in Texas. Aftek all, the prohibition elec- tion was a good thing for the pros. Who believes that the antis would have been so ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 January 1913

PPfe B.ifatt1 k I 1' «JJ llflipl i,w'k /Mi — ■ . We Are Here To —Please You— It is our aim to conduct what you would be pleased to call a FIRST CLASS DRUG STORE—a store which is thoroughly reliable at all times, and which can supply your wants in our various lines at prices which will appeal to you. We will continue to carry a com- plete line of Jewelry, Paints, Oil, Win- dow Glass and will do our utmost to take care of the business intrusted to us in a satisfactory and profitable manner to you. Cullom & Porter (E. B. Cullom and Wm. J. Porter) The Palace Drug Store saa I *-|U £ f'f SHI Mrs, W. P. Melear of Seymour, is visiting here this week. E. T. McKinney, who recently retired from the firm of McKin- ney Bros, here, has moved his family to Lagoon, where they will make their future home. r Rev. G. C. Garrison, formerly of Garland but now of Dallas, and former pastor of the Baptist church here, was shaking hands with friends here Wednesday. Ira Moore and wife of Okla- homa City,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 January 1913

18111 m l^lv, F*". KM' k i. a IP l||, t:ir is§ i ®!';1' Jrv K HSk&h Wk M8to KlSffife! Was WHEN MEN PLAYED FOR BEG STAKES FRANK J, © or /ttD&MY CQ Ifjfe ifepP'f:' I AMBLING for bit "takes WM a common thing In the west a few years ago. In nearly all sections the evil bas been suppressed by law. In the few portions where It is still followed It is carried on under cover and in con* stant dread of police Inter- ference. Not"so: long ago, however, the cry of the roulette ^ian and the click of the ball could be heard in the lobbies of many of the principal'hotels. This was particularly true of El Pa£o, Cripple Creek, Leadville. Cold- field, Butte, the Coeur d'Alene, and many other sections. The practice prevailed to a greater or less extent in the larger towns. Everybody has money in the early days of a mining ■ camp. It was an era of speculation. The coun- try had not "been proven," and hence a "find" in a new section resulted In a great rush to that locality. Property changed ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 January 1913

'fly 'ri j ) M mum pi rf::.:;: 'tilllW. ■Morel Economical and Cost CALUMET BAKING POWDER — And it does better work. Simply follow you r customary method of preparation — add a little less of Calumet than when using ordi- nary baking powder. Then watch the result. Light, fluffy, and even- ly raised — the baking comes from the oven more tempting, tastier, more wholesome. Calumet insures the baking of an expert. Ask your grocer today. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pure Food Exposition. Chicago, ill. Paris, Ex- position, France, March, 1912. You don't sace money when you buy cheap or big-can baking powder. Don't be misled. Buy Calumet. It's mare economical—more wholesome — gives best results. Calumet is far superior to sour milk und soda. ■ COULD STAND Resented His Defection. Mary and James had been good friends for some years, but \(ith the advent of some "new children" in the block James rather failed in his alle- giance for a time. The "new chil- dren" proving, after all, unsatisfa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 January 1913

mmm m> I ; ^ 'i,\- h H§ - Kill mm. wmMt m mk W: i ;$#:■ ww'- "'V,; _ •' yBm ¥ Ws, ■gfl | BhB® Mj* U m 1 / MMssfe'; liwl' § ;: MBpSAr'fk i; S?jl, << (I B® u <« << 4 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT I On Wolfes Columbus, Titan Shoes " " " Kid Blucher Shoes " " " Patent Colt 20 Per Cent Discount On Peters Black Diamond Shoes Ideal, Tip Top, Penant Shoes Aurftra, Cascade, Fair Deal Shoes 18 Carate, Booster, Good Value Shoes 20 Per Cent Discount On Unrle Sam's work shirts " Joe's " " Men's heavy fleece lined Shirts « ** *' Drawers " Ribbed Drawers " " Shirts " Cotton Flannel Draweis. Boys' " Fleece lined Drawers " " " Shirts Pay Master Overalls 90 cents. 4 20 Per Cent Discount 4 On Enamelware, Chinaware and Tin ware ^ COME—We cordially invite you all. | J. H. McKINNEY varietstore j «« ** «< * — A Hero In a Lighthouse. For Years J. S. Donahue, So. Haven, Mich,, a civil war captain, as a lighthouse keeper, averted awful wrecks, but a queer fact is, he might have been a wreck himse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 February 1913

ray«S2|M ®he <Je*as itlesqniter. SUtu Librarian By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14, 1913 Vol. XXXI No. 33 /144 FEET is the SKI-JUMPING re- cord of the world. We also have made many records; however, we are now preparing to BREAK all PREVIOUS RECORDS, ™- and to accomplish this we are offering some remark- able record breaking values in the following: Sugar, 18 pounds for $1.00 Crusto Lard. 10 pounds $1.30 Crusto Lard in 5 pound bucket 65c Karo Syrup, per gallon 40c " " half " 25C American Beauty Flour, 48 lb sack. $1.50 Empress Flour, sack $1.40 Meal, 35 pound sack 65c 17 1-2 pound sack 35c Cream Meal, 35 pound sack 75c " 17 1-2 pound sack 40c Chops, 100 pounds $1.40 Bran, 100 pounds $1.30 Shorts, 100 pounds $1.60 W. F. JONES !! West Side Square Rugel Brick Mesquite.. Texas ISLAYER OF BENNETT GETS DEATH PENALTY Trial of Ed Long Results in Death Penalty. 'OLL TAX PAYMENTS SHOW FALLING OFF lesquite Voting Box, Howv ever, Holds Its Own, Poll tax payments for this |...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 February 1913

MffiMwv! i iP' .. Hi HK THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN C. DAVIS, tditor and Proprlstsr MES QUITE, T1SX AS Grip take* to the low-necked, low ■hoed girl. Many a bachelor will brsathe eaaier, for leap year has gone. This should be a good year, tor there is luck in odd numbers. Love is the one game that has no code of rules, and wants none. How is it that fudge can be sent by parcel post, though dynamite is re- fused? The get rich quick rascal always has a get rich quick \lctim. They g< together. Mules are no Joke, at least not Mis- souri mules, for they now command $212 a head. Make Courtship a Science is the nutto of the Fathers and Mothers' club of Boston. Sir Thomas Lipton says liquor drinking is ruining the nations. And tea is so cheap, too! "If society women smoke," remarks one of them, "that's their business." Also, the tobacconists. A car horse In New York committed stliclde. Another instance of human Intelligence in animals. Dr. Woods Hutchinson, as champion of pie and the hard-bo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 February 1913

of MVolows Main MYlriEEIII comiowr Wll bobbsrmterill company I 8YN0P8I3. Uusfoations Ay V.L.BARNES ■ Jo Codman and her sister, Loulle, are left orphans. Their property has been ■wept away with the death of their fa- ther and they are compelled to east about for some means to earn a living. l.ou- llo answers an advertisement of an Inva- lid, who wants a companion. / CHAPTER III. / Secretary of Frivolous Affairs. I know there's an all-wise Provi- dence who directs the universe so much better than we could do it, al- though sometimes it seems that Prov- idence gets twisted; because the things we aim at we don't get, and the things we don't aim at we do get. I came back from my Interview ■with the wealthy woman who was re- covering from nervous prostration and Just sat down and cried. She lived In a gilded prison on Commonwealth avenue with all the windows tight- ehut for fear of drafts in the uncer- tain spring weather. No wonder she had nervous prostration. Anybody's nerves would shri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 February 1913

■ ■§# t |n, it p . If' < V ; Bif ; 1 II. I I : i ft; § i 3? ifr I H $1 fc ' " ' ;!&' • .VI bt- -V- §; Bill ill" wja ffiw !||;g::|Sl THE TEXAS MESQUITER ; ■ 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 the second-class. COUNfy AS SOCtfe Friday, February 14, 1913. A GOOD CABINET, President elect Wilson seems to have so much difficulty in making up his mind about his cabinet that the Mesquiter sug- * gests the following slate: Secretary of State—Win. J. Bryan cf Lincoln, Nebraska. Secretary of War—James L. Slayden of San Antonio, Texas. Secretary of Navy—Cone John son of Tyler, Texas. Secretary of Interior—M. M. Crane of Dallas, Texas. Secretary of Agriculture—A. S. Burleson of Austin. Texas. Secretary of Treasury—E. M. House of Houston, Texas. Secretary of Commerce and Labor—T. M. Campbell of Pales- tine, Texas. Attorney General—R. L. Hen- ry of Waco, Texas. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 February 1913

wmBmfflm ,«i ' Self" Satisfaction- win be your lot, for you will surely be WELL PLEASED with your- self if your good judg- ment leads you to buy your Drugs, Jewelry, Watches, Spectacles, Paints and Window Glass from us. We keep only the best of these goods and our prices are a saving to you. We want to make good with you. Cullom & Porter (E. B. Cullom andWm. J. Porter) The Palace Drug Store IIM .1'. I llflIM I ass life ft r—% Local and Personal. 1 J # B-a ba k-e-r k<>K, baker. John A. TTass and wife of Dal- las, were here Sunday. J. W. Caldwell visited in Wax- ahachie, Thursday and Friday, Thos. J. Cole of Dallas, visited relatives here several days this week. Void Bennett and wife ol Dal- las, spent Sunday with relatives here. Mrs. C. A. Florer of Dallas, was the guest of relatives here this week. George Harter, who has been attending school in Dallas, is de- tained at home this week on ac- count of having the measles. Miss Martha Harris visited relatives in Dallas this w...

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