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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 February 1913

«§ i ■MM ■I''11 ^h|®Pi|I^I|E la •• • . P^iiisiiS mm ss& m\ 9 $g • .. --;v . USEFULNESS OF THORNLESS PRICKLY PEAR AS SUCCULENT SILAGE FOR LIVE STOCK Spineless Varieties of Plant Are Scattered Over Most of Warmer Regions of Globe—Can Be Gathered in Green State at Any Time of Year—Water Contents is High. 13 For Every Bakin< CALUME1 BAKING POWDER mm m Best—because it's the purest. Best—because it never fails. Best— because it makes every baking light, fluffy and evenly raised. Best —because it is moder- ate in cost—highest ia quality. At your grocers. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World** Par* Food Expo. ■ition, Chicago, IIL Paris Exposition, Fraac% March, 1912. You don't mm money when you buy cheap or big-can baking powder. Don't be milled. Buy Calumet. It's more economical— Jiore wholesome—giocs best results. Calumet is fat superior to sour milk and soda. Just what you need after a hard day's work UPTON'S TEA • i Sustains and cheers Evening Matters Up. Mrs. March took a bite of the c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 February 1913

I HAVE YOU TRIED THIS? 8lmpl« Prescription Said to Work Wonders for Rheumatism. This has keen well known to the best doctors for years a the quickest and irost relfable cure obtainable for rheumatism and backache. It h«B been Rubllshcd here for several winters and undreds of the worst cases cured by It In a short time. "From your drug* Jrlst get one ounce of Torls compound in original sealed package) and one ounce of syrup of Sarsnparllla com- pound. Take these two Ingredients noi -T~r L ,, -tgl ome and put them Into a half pint of '■ "<ey. 8 sspoonl nnd at bedtime." Results come the I>1 e and take a tahlespoonful before each meal first day. If your druggist does not have Torls Compound In stock he will get It In a fsw hours from his whole- sale house. Don't be Influenced to take some patent medicine Instead of this. Insist on having the . genuine Torls compound in the original, one-ounce, sealed, yellow package. Published by the Clobe Pharmaceutical laboratories of Chicago. F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 February 1913

HMnKi f,|i *>'1I''' Ki 8 li 1 i/'td ' ' THE BIG CADNLE Hr ■ % The Guesing Contest is over. The candle burned 52 hours and 58 minutes. The closest guess was 52 hours, 56 minutes and 50 seconds. The winner was Mrs. G. W. Harter# ' We have a nice assortment of Ginghams for Spring and Winter dresses. The colors are very desirable. M;5 ®dii!-l LACE and EMBROIDERY A big assortment of lace and>>wnbroidery with re- duced prices on all. A big assortment of glass, china, tin and granate- ware, and toilet paper. i y. «f Don't forget the Candy Kitchen — chocolates, fudge, cocoanut squares, sunbeam, peanut candy, marshmallow, and all kinds of stick can4^. J. H. McKINNEY VAMIT^ E t- I (*• f- f I* * h P tr <• LAWSON LOCALS. Wt M0.. : / fr Mrs. Amy Ames of Amorilla, is spending a few days with her father and family, C. C. Harvey, at this place. Our W. 0. W. team and officers did some initiation work for the Kleburg lodge Saturday night. A good time was reported. T. A. Jett of Mesquite, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 February 1913

III H# # fill P suu '•SY'f8 = "■''' "''* 1 wWiV : '• .'•• ■'• * ' 'v,; ■ $$0'■( S <&$;••' w AA* a! A ■WMW: ■ HHw By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21, 1913 Vol. XXXI ! 0tfR POLITICS 1 / < > /ii The main plank in our platform is the reduqtion of the high cost of living. This is a paramount issue with us and should be of vital importance to you. Our prices make good cur promises, and will solve the 'HIGH COST" prob- lem to your entire satis- faction. Karo, red label, gal... 45c Pure Ribbon Cane Syrup. per gallon 75c 4 lb3. Valor Coffee $1.00 Peabury Coffee, Cheak & Neal 1 pound 30c Cheak & Meal, premium bucket for $100 Cheak & Neal Bliss, in 1 lb. tins, 3 for $1.00 Seed Potatoes, bu. $1.45 Eating Potatoes, pk... 30c Red Velva syrup, gal. 55c " \ " 30c American Beauty Flour, 48 pound sack $1.50 48 lb. Empress sactt 1.40 Sugar, 20 lbs. for... 1.00 Karo syrup, gal. 40c These are high grade coffees and after you have tried then and are not satisfi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 February 1913

••*&£! •' 1 .■r Ms III ClatKerea Smiles GIVING HIM A CHANCE. "Mary. I don't want that young Gasslelgh coming here any more. You tell him bo or I will." "Why, father! He's awfully nice. And he Is very sensible, too." "Sensible? He's a fool. I won't have him coming here. He looks like a monkey." "Oh. very well, If you feel that way about him. But I had an idea that he was uiiusually bright and discriminat- ing. He was at the Insurance banquet where you spoke night before last, and he said your remarks were the wit- tiest he had ever heard. He told me you completely outclassed all the oth- er speakers. But I'll tell him that he Is not to call any more. I can find some way of doing so without hurting bis feelings." "Well, let the matter drift along for the present. Maybe I'll like him when I get better acquainted with him." Still Untasted. "What," asked Mrs. Oldcastle. as she picked up a volume of Limp Leather Edition of the Classics, "do you think of Thucydldes?" "I really don't kn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 February 1913

S i aL mm CONSTIPATION Munyon's Paw -Paw Pills are unlike all oth er laxatives or cathar- tics. They coax the liver into activity by gentle methods, they do not scour; they do not gripe; they do not weaken; but they do start all the secretions of the liver and stom- ach in a way that soon puts these organs in a healthy condition and corrects constipation. Munyou's Paw-Paw Pills are a tonic to the stomach, liver and nerves. They invigorate instead of weaken; they enrich the blood instead of impover- ishing it: they enable the stomach to get all (he nourishment from food that is put into It Price 25 cents. All Druggists. MUNYONS PAW-PAW PILLS WSIffMD UP TO HIM. / i > V v\ \ "Do you think your sister favors my suit?" "Well, It's all right If you come through, but If you don't she favors a ■ult for breach of promise." Unpicked Grapes Go to the Poor. A curious old law, which dates from 1779, has been used to sentence the owner of a vineyard at Capestang, near Beziers, France, to a fin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 February 1913

16 THE TEXAS MESQUITER fatal 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. COUNt assoc* a Friday, February 21, 1913. Why not send Andrew Car- to Mexico? If he could not establish peace any other way, be could buy 'em off. Representative McRamy hit the nail square on the head the other day when he said that the average criminal lawyer is a menace to society. No automobile for ours. With the pricey of gasoline advancing all the time, about all we can do foe the oil trust is to keep our gasoline engine running. The Houston Post does not lilce the idea of Bryan being at the head of Wilson's cabinet, but fortunately for Mr. Wilson and the country at large, the Post's consent is not necessary. The postmasters of Texas are to meet in Waco in October. Bj' that time some of the men now in charge of the government's nail stations will have "ex" pre- fixed to the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 February 1913

WF. ALWAYS ADVISE Sick people to see a doctor, because he can better under- stand your ailment and knows what is best for you to do. But a well conducted drug store is just as necessary as a physician because where Medicine is needed it is important that pure drugs are used and that prescriptions are accur- ately compounded. Our ambition is to make this a drug store where purity and accuracy are paramount—a drug store of real, satisfac- tory personal service. CULLOM & PORTER (E. B. Cullom andWm. J. Porter) The Palace Drug Store Local and Personal. &S- Buford Jett of Rylie, was in town Monday. Rev. L. S. Darling of Garland, was here Friday. B. H. Hatton, of Seagoville, ■was here Monday. Burton Jones and wife ot Dal- las, were guests of relatives here Sunday. J. A. Boles of Forney, was a pleasant caller at our office .Saturday. M. P. Hawthorne looked after business matters in Seagoville Monday. D. E. Cole and family of near Lawson, spent Sunday with rel- i atives in Mesquite. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 February 1913

uUafWf:, THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN C. DAVIS* Editor and Proprietor ISxab 31 i:S QUITE, Mexico's revolution seema to be a victim of the bookworm. Mme. Sembrich says that wiggle dances are terrible (or young folk*. Also fat folks. A Chicago girl almost wedded the wrong twin. These hasty marrtagea should be discouraged. A Chicago waiter died leaving $1,- 000.000. To paraphrase: "He geta hie too, who atands and waits." New Tork man aent a live lobster through the mall by parcel poat. Must have done It In a pinch, though. Chicago chef found a 1500 pearl in an oyster, says reports. Press dope to advertise the house, quite likely. The English language Is employed by 160,000,000 people. Of that num. ber, a few apeak It The reat mangle It A vaat amount of oleomargarine waa manufactured In thla country laat year, and some of It waa eaten by mistake for butter. New Tork moving pictures are be- ing exhibited ahowing brain diseases. A brain Btorm must be equal to the real thing. Brltlah babies ar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 February 1913

I V ! ^Secretary of frivolous Main fey MAyIuieeiie COmWHTMl D0BB5rMIRRlII COMPANY 8YNOP8I8. Illustrations Ay V.L.BARNIS Jo Codman and her slater, Loulle, are •ert orphans. Their property has been ywept away with the death of their fa- ther and they are compelled to cast about for some means to earn a living. Lou- lle answers an advertisement of an Inva- Jid who wants a companion. She declines #!e position. Loulle advertises for a po- sition as companion, and Mrs. Hazard replies. She offers Loulle a position as t er "secretary of frivolous affairs." Her chief work Is to steer Mrs. Hazard's son and daughter la the right matrimonial path. CHAPTER IV. A Haphazard Meeting. I was to make my bow to society the following week, the occasion be- ing that wonderful reception at which Laura Hazard was to be the bright particular star. She was to hold the center of the stage In the limelight while I ww to be tucked away on a back line of the chorus to find out Who's Who In Society and Why. It wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 February 1913

f--' $!■[ fefev-'"' W:Mmm lm pii til m-k*: m WE PROPOSE t*%i'yi, /fii, >« I?..■'■SSBjBpSlppRBSpBHWiplilSpppiliiiPP^ ^i ■ rT O show this spring a bright, new stock of choice Merchandise in all our lines. Our Mr. R. P. Rhea is now in New York City. He has been in the St, Louis and Chicago markets for the past 2 weeks and the new goods we are receiving are pretty indeed, Every mail brings invoices for goods that are on the road. New Departments Every department is being remodled and changed. Our store looks different from what you have ever seen; better still when it is finished. "We are working like Trojans" to have in place our new shelving and cases, that this store maybe pleasing to you when you call Other new departments. Also ladies' comfort and rest room. We Mention Just received a most beautiful line of Ladies' Lingerie Waists and Dresses, Voile and All Over Embroidery Waists. Cross Bar Muslins for Dresses and Underwear. Don't overlook our new Ginghams at 10c; they are in no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 February 1913

lfl|^i: , '■${ i;,1I!^f 8H| I ,,,-■: .; ^|W.I ,', ■ " 1 1 ■ By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1913 Vol.XXXI No. 35 ]f yfffyfT?fttyttffttttWftyttf??fftffffyfyfff?Ti?f ©HR POLITICS i Seed Potatoes, bu. $1.25 Eating Potatoes, pk... 30c Red Velva syrup, gal. 55c £ " 30c American Beauty Flour, 48 pound sack $1.50 48 lb. Empress sack 1.40 Sugar, 20 lbs. for ... 1.00 Karo syrup, gal 40c The main planlt in our platform is the reduction of the highicost of living. This is a paramount issue with us and should be of vital importance to yon. Our prices make good our promises, and will solve the "HIGH COST" prob- lem to your entire satis- faction. Karo, red label, gal...45c Pure Ribbon Cane Syrup. per gallon ... 75c 4 lbs. Valor Coffee $1.00 Peabury Coffee, Cheak & Neal 1 pound 30c Cheak & Neal, premium bucket for $1. 00 Cheak & Neal Bliss, in 1 b. tins, 3 for $1.00 These are high grade coffees and after you have tried then and are not satisfied I will refund you...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 February 1913

I 1 s •.. if: THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and PropriBtgr MESQUITE. • - - TBXAfl HAVE LOST ART OF WEAVING iNatlvet of India Were the Moat Ex- pert In the World Until Compar- atlvely Recent Times. The city of Collcut. on the Malaba roast, which, with Surat, was an an- cient cottonmart, gave lta name to the variety of fabric known as "calico." Some qualities of this were so fine. It is said, that one could hardly feel them in the hand, and the thread, when spun, was scarcely discernible. Dacca, once a most prominent city ly- ing northeast of Calcutta, sent out Ifrom It looms in the early centuries those wonderful tissues of fine mus- lins made from a staple too short to Ibe woven by any machinery. Even after the advent of the British In India there is recorded an instance of a piece of muslin twenty yards long and one and a quarter yards wide, weighing only fourteen ounces. With the rudest implement the Hindu wo- men spun those almost impalpable threads, and wove fabrics ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 February 1913

w I secretary of irivolous Main mayiuieeue COPYEKJHT1911 B0BB3-MEKKILL OOMBVNY 4 SYNOPSIS. Illustrations by V.L.EARNE5 Jo Codman and hor sister, Loulle. are left orphans. Their property has been iwept away with the death of their tu- ner and they are compelled to cast about i or some means to earn a living. Lou- ie answers an advertisement of an lnva- Id who wants a companion. She declines lie position. Loulle advertises for a po- sition aa companion, and Mrs. Hazard feplles. She offers Loulle a position aa /her "secretary of frivolous affairs." Her Chief work Is to steer Mrs. Hazard's son And daughter In the right matrimonial path, Loulle talks baseball to Hap Haz- ard and also gains the confidence of Lau- fa Hazard. The Due de Trouvllle Is be- lieved to be interested In Laura. Mrs. Hazard gives a big reception and Loulle meets many people high In the social World. CHAPTER V.—(Continued.) * My courage came back, and I man- Aged to dislodge my tongue from the roof of my mouth and sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 February 1913

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. HU Friday, February 28, 1913. I' .Just three more days for Taft. Boost for the Interurban. The Interurban will boost you and yours, A heading in the Milano Ga- zette, edited by our friend, Chas. Lister, says: "Milam County Voters Fall Off." Was anybody hurt, Chas? Our dislike of the Mexicans as a race is only surpassed by our utter contempt for the sal- low hued Benedict Arnolds who betrayed Madero. What we would like to know is who will be the next .post- master of Mesquite? But there are several excellent gentlemen, more anxious, we are sure, than we are. The chief characteristic of the Mexican people seema to be their lack of real patriotism and their readiness to cheer for which ever faction happens to be in the ascendency. Pit - So many of our good friends have paid up their su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 February 1913

iiMiffl Mil g''i' -g ■"M '"■ I The Professional Pride of a consientious druggist is as great as that of a high-minded physician. Precious life depends up- on us—we don't forget that. Proper diagnosis, plus accuracy, plus fresh drugs equals recovery. CULLOM & PORTER The Palace Drug Store fir- c Local and Personal. Mrs. Harry .Tobson is visiting in Dallas this week, Lon McDaniel of Dallas was in Mesquite Wednesday. J.J5. Bennett of Dallas, was in Mesquite Thursday. Charley Cole and family of Dallas, were here Sunday. Buford Jettof Seagoville, was hereon business Thursday. A. W. Lander of New Hope, was here on business Tuesday. H. B. Cox of Ttylie, was a pleas- ant caller at our office Tuesday. Mrs. Alice Thompson of Dal- las, visited relatives here this week. Porter Edgar and John Sum- mers of Athens, were here Sat- urday. Albert and Guss Moore, of Dallas, were here Tuesday and Wednesday. Houston Paschall and family, of Dallas, were here Saturday and Sunday. W. W. Bennett has purc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 February 1913

msgmp^ tK?: I&> NEW VARIETIES OF ALFALFA Yellow-Flowered Species Found Throughout Eurasia 8eem to Be Adapted to Cold arid Drought Considerable Interest has been aroused through the importation'by the United States department of agri- culture of 6ome new. hardy varieties of alfalfa. Little, however, Is generally known concerning the characteristics of these new alfalfas or the real pur- pose of their Introduction. In th® search for hardy forms of common alfalfa (Medlcago sativa) adapted to severe conditions of drought and cold, the potential value of closely allied species became appar- ent. A yellow-flowered species (Medl- cago falcata) found widely distributed throughout Eurasia, forms of which thrive on the cold, dry steppeB of Rus- sia and similar regions, seemed to be the most promising. For this reason persistent efforts were made to im- port many valuable forms of this spe- cies. Medlcago falcata, erroneously called "Siberian alfalfa," and for which there Is no satisfac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 February 1913

V HUSBAND TIRED OF SEEING HEP SUFFER Procured Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, which made His Wife a Well Woman. Middletown, Pa.—"I had headache, backache and Bach awful bearing down pains that I could not be on my feet at times and I had organic inflammation so badly that I was not able to do my work. I could not get a good meal for my bus- band and one child. My neighbors said they thought my suffering was terrible. ' " My husband got tired of seeing me •uffer and one night went to the drug Btore and got me a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and told me I must take it I can't tell you ell I suffered and I can't tell you all that your medicine has done for me. I was neatly benefited from the first and it has made me a well woman. I can do all my housework and even helped some of my friends as well. I think it is a wonderful help to all suffering women. I have got several to take it after see- ing what it has done for me."—Mrs. Emma Espenshade, 219 East Main St....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 February 1913

II Good Groceries! f We want to give you what you want when you want it. We know that when you want groceries, you want good groceries. That is the kind we have ami as cheap as the cheapest. Our aim is to be prompt, courteous and honest full weight, full measure—One hundred cents worth for everv dollar. ' , MMHna IIR. D. SEATONi LAWSON LOCALS. i.;/ Mrs. Hattie S tames and little 'V daughter of Terrell are spending a week or so at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ben- nett ,, Miss Oarline Wilson of Mes- quite, visited Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Moon Saturday night and Sunday, C. C. Harvey has been in Hill ffiKSLTeFwiSEB&l !'.v :> : RIfc Blrfflor" H* 1 J." ' V ^ ' ' ( 'f. i §■1 si wmmi lnBw3i Kvii fev'vi& M ife5 ut • ' few'? W sSfei F. A. LACK . GflReral Goitractor Brick, Frame, and Corcrete Construction. Reinforced Concrete Cellers, Garages, Foundations, Curbs and Gutters, Floors, Walks, Capings, Styes, Buttresses We furnish plans and specifications. PHONE NO. 138 Mesqu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 March 1913

$ht KiMT® Mffi HH ■•ji' 'Ji* ff'irw "ilti > •■< iHI|:ISW'/i'iS J-^jBI' ' *' ' I ^rwCfctiw?llTfci'Wl % iiliiwili Sf^«f PrAMlfKif . • * Stat* Llbrurlu CapJt S By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY MARCH 7,1913 Vol. XXXI No. 36 WE EXCEED THE SPEED LIMIT when it comes to PRICE MAKING, but, while our prices are LOW, they never descend to the point where QUALITY ceases. Read the following prices: Cane Seed per bushel $1.00 Sued Potatoes, while they last 1.20 La Prance Flour 1.55 Eating Potatoes, peek 25c Onions, pound 3c Cabbage, pound 3c Pull Head Rice, 16 pounds 1.00 Salt Pork, pound 15c Smoked Clear Bellies, pound 16c Sugar, 20pounds 1.00 We have just received a nice line in the latest styles and patterns of Dress Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Flouncing, the new neat and clean. Call in and look, we will take pleas- ure in showing you the goods. Whether you buy or not, you will have to see to appreciate our goods and prices. w. F. JONES West Side Square Rugel Brick Mesquite. Tex...

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