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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 March 1913

Pr F:-%. fife ftw THE TEXAS MESQUITER * . „ 1 JOHN t. DAVIS, Editor and Proprlstsr 11 ES QUITE, TBXAP THE PERFECT WOMAN. , The perfect woman who has been found among the 400 girl students of Cornell university overturns many old-fashioned notions. She Is not a farm girl, but city bred, yet she is studying agriculture for a profession. She does not eat candy. She is B feet 7 Inches tall and weight 171 pounds. The young lady of the fashionable novel 60 years ago had a waist that could be spanned with the two hands, meaning some 16 Inches, wrought by painful artifice; naturally she fainted at least once In every chapter and had to be restored with smelling salts after cutting her corset strings. Cor- nell's perfect woman has a 30.3-inch waist and a chest measure 4.3 inches larger, about the proportions of the Venus of Mllo. She has never faint- ed; has never been ill at all. Gone is the girl who used to chew slate pen- cils to make her face white and was never seen abroad without her v...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 March 1913

1/ ?? IriVolous Affairs fey MAyruimii copynsHron BOBB5-MIEKJLLCOHEAMY 8YN0P8IS. Illustrations Jby V.L-EARNE5 Jo Codman and her sister, Loulie, are left orphans. Their property has been •wept away with the death of their fa- ther and they are compelled to cast about for some means to earn a living. Lou- Jle answers an advertisement of an Inva- lid who wants a companion. She declines the position. Loulie advertises for a po- sition as companion, and Mrs. Hasard replies. She offers Loulie a position as her "secretary of frivolous affairs. Her chief work Is to steer Mrs. Hazard's son and daughter In the right matrimonial path. Loulie talks baseball to Hap Has- ard and also gains the confidence of Lau- ra Hazard. The Due de Trouvlllo Is be- lieved to be Interested In Laura. Mrs. Hazard gives a big reception and Loulie meets many people htgn In the social world. Natalie Agatftslz, to whom Hap has been paying attention, loses an em- erald bracelet (luring the reception. She declares there ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 March 1913

Wl ' ■ >i Hp&M KV .. Mi Ktffi BKl&Wffffe'; m: itiWCi £■■■'■ K ,p W m$M Wte Gbps Em' mi pan ilKl ■'v."'.--*' *' THE TEXAS MESQUITEB 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. COOAjya ASSOC* a Friday, March 7, 1913. Yes, there is some difference in the way the United States and Mexico change administrations. Good morning and good lock to you, Mr. President Wilson and Mr. Vice President Mar- shall. And good tuck to you, also, Mr. Ex President Taft. We repel the suggestion that Col. E. M. House of Texas is to be the Mark Hanna of the new administration. There is no room in the Democratic party for any Mark Hannas. ' We can not believe that any permanent peace will be estab- lished under the Huerta regeme in Mexico. Traitors and mur- derers can not hope to have the respect of any people. The Texas Republic deplores the fact that San Anton...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 March 1913

pBgfw f|! p —- -Hp, ft* it The Professional Pride 1 I# 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 I Local and Personal. Dr. J. H. Lasater of Lawson, was in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs*. Void Bennett of Dallas, spent Sunday here. Joe and Prank Roller of Dallas, were here on business Wednes- day. Miss Blanche Rugel of Rich- ardson, visited homefolk here Sunday. Miss Carrie Rugel visited her sister, Mrs. L. B. Sowell, in For- ney, Monday. J. W. Kimbrough and wife and Mrs. Annie New of Dallas, visi- ted relatives here Sunday. S. H. Wliitehurst and wife of Dallas, visited relatives in Mes- quite several days this week. Tom McCutcheon of near Orphans Home, was a pleasant caller at our office Monday. Mrs. Walter Lindsey spent Saturday night and Sunday in Dallas the guest of relatives. J. W. McDaniel ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 March 1913

The Napoleon of American Bandits The Account of a Forgotten National Conspiracy By G. T. Ferris (Copyright, by Rldgway Cat rganized banditry doesn't flourish under our con- temporary conditions in the United StateB. Spo- radic crimes such as those of the train rob- ber, of the so-called Black Hand, and the lone highwayman are pregnant enough to oc- cupy considerable por- portion of the news- papers, as they are In all civilized communities. But we must look back to a much earlier period to And a chronicle of an at- tempt to bring together in a widely extended conspiracy under a single head all the forces of evil which fes- tered over 60,000 square miles of Bparsely nettled territory. The fle/d of thlB satanlc campaign Attended from Cairo, 111., to the Mis- sissippi delta and cut the width of a broad swath through a half score of slave states Wholesale and retail robbery, counterfeiting, land swin- dling, negro stealing and selling, black- mailing, and even murder and asBasBi- natlon...

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

Ml mm: , &4PHI = MUFFLED KN0CK8. , "I'm aure you will be glad to learn, doctor, that my husband ba& Improved a great deal since you quit coming." "It's too bad. old fellow, that tbey ehut off your speech at that banquet the other evening just aa It was begin- ning to be Interesting." "Nobody can make me believe you were drunk on New Year's eve, Tom —unless somebody else set up the beveragud." "Dear sir—Although you failed to Inclose stamps for return postage we are sending your manuscript back to you as a matter of courtesy." Exception to the Rule. "Yes, we always called blm a sissy (n school and when he got to college everybody there regarded him as a poor stick. He used to go around alone, with his mouth open and a far- away look in his eyes, and it became one of the regular customs to make him the victim of practical Jokes." "And I suppose that he is now the most famous member of his class." "No. When I heard of him last he was third assistant disher-up in a vegetarian re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 March 1913

• W MKf ' itiflv 1 I lii Iwil masm m^mmm | ;■',;. &•' ," i.' botimwjf 4/-.... # There's Nothing In Rhea Company's Advertisement That Is Not In RHEA COMPANY'S STORE Our buyers have returned home delighted with their selections, We bought a large stock. New goods ar^ riving every day. Something new in everything. Our buyers spent- much time the past month in Chicago and New York City; visited the manufacturer's displays of Spring Styles. Among the new goods we show in Dress Goods, Wash Goods, Silk Tissue, Poplins, Plisse, Voile Rotine, Zephyr Ginghams, Etc. White Goods, Lingerie, Batiste, Voile,' Cob-Web Cloth, Plain and Checked Sherrette, Table Damask, 50c and up, Damask Cloths, 72x72 and 90x90, Silks, Printed Four- lords, and Charmeuse, 36 inch Striped Jap Wash Silk, Printed Marquettes, Plain, Colored and White Massoline. Millinery—Ladies' Ready-to-Wear These two departments are thoroughly new in every par- ticular. No one else in Forney will show Chicago and New York goods in t...

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

I ■ 1 ■/ :;v 'BR'uib'S'lri: .■_ #• ;|1 |™EBi .'.Miiiiili'Hi pi w wmimmm 3UU LltvurUn j&iSJJl : M : m Esiir* ::5" ■ iip| > V: ' ,;wr ' ^ Capl{ ™ " I K mSm0L v; • . ■ ■ $3 .' V.4-:aj I ;;" a By John E. Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY MARCH 14, 1913 Vol.XXXJ No. 37 WE EXCEED THE SPEED LIMIT when it comes to PRICE MAKING, but, while out- prices are LOW, they never descend to the point where QUALITY ceases. Read the following prices: Cane Seed per bushel $1.00 Seed Potatoes, while they last • • • 1.20 La France Flour \ 1.55 Eating Potatoes, peck 25c Onions, pound 3c Cabbage, pound — 3c Full Head Rice, 16 pountls 1.00 Salt Pork, pound 15c Smoked Clear Bellies, pound 16c Sugar, 20 pounds 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. J...

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

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN I. DAVIS, Editor nd Propriety MESQUITE. . - - THXAfl London Is wild over ragtime. Pret- ty soon, London will be Insane. A Pennsylvania man got smallpox from a bunch of banknotes. The filthy lure! Sailors of the navy are now obliged to wear pajamas. They'll be given valets next Peace rhymes with Greece, but Greece may have gone out of the poetry business. The men look at the women and the women look at the mirrors, and It's all good looking. o The robins and the amateur gar- doners are beginning to feel the spring sap rising. An Oregon man was sentenced to prison for eighty years. He ought to be a good life Insurance risk. A St Louis man was fined $25 for beating his son with a poker. Usual- ly the beating Is at, not with. Tourists are pouring into California expecting to find oranges, and they have to accept prunes instead. Men paid alimony in Babylon back In 2830 B. C. Wonder if they had theatrical stars fa those days? A Cleveland man testified that he was ...

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

^ m 'Jivu ■ of MVolows Main MAyriiTmiE COPYEK3HT BO B01Ui3rM£kRlLL COMRMff « 8YN0P8I8. Illustrations Ay V.L.EARNE5 ape _ Jo Codman and her BlBter Lwulle left orphans. Their property has been «wept away by 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- lid who wants a companion. She declines the position. Loulle advertises for a po- cltlon as companion, and Mrs. Hazard replies. She offers Loullo a position as tier "secretary of frivolous affairs." Her chief work is to steer Mrs. Hazard's son and dmiKhter in the right matrimonii (path. JLoulle talks baseball to Hap Haz- ard attd also gains the confidence of Lau- {* Hikzard. The Due de Trouvllle Is be- loved to be Interested In I ..aura. Mrs. Hazard gives a big reception and Loulle •net** many people high In the social wtu-nl. Natalie Agazzlz. to whom Hap ti*n been paying attention, loses an em- erald bracelet during the reception. She {lec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 March 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. COU/VTy, Friday, March 14, 1913. "Secretary" Bryan sounds strange, but it sounds well. Tamany was there but it was the Princeton tiger that led the procession. We rather suspect that the duties of the sub-editor of the Commoner will be increased from now on. Cols. Jake Wolters, R. M. Johnston and Jonathan Lane to- gether with various and sundry other colonels, got it put over them in great shape in Houston Friday, when Ben Campbell, whose worst offense was that he voted for statewide prohibition, was overwhelmingly nominated for mayor, together with his en- tire ticket. Congratulations to Houston and the Houston Chronicle on the nomination of Ben Campbell and his ticket, for mayor and commissioners of the Bayou City. /. The Honey Grove Signal says man is like a gasoline engine. If t...

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

■■■ ■Mi m At The Bat with a complete line of Base Ball Goods, including Gloves, Mits, Masks, Bats, Balls, Sliding Pads, Etc. Don't fail to see our line be- fore buying. We have just received a large shipment of International Stock Food fresh from the factory. Now is the time to put your stock up in shape to stand the spring and summer work. ~ CULLOM & PORTER The Palace Drug Store □ Local and Personal, ==# Ed Paschall was in Fort Worth Tuesday. Born, to Abe Prock and wife on March 9, a girl. Ollie Humphreys of Dallas, /spent Sunday here. Elbert Dickson is doing jury service in Dallas this week. Miss Maud Lynd of Dallas, visited homefohc here Sunday. Mrs. .lobn Lynch of Dallas, visited relatives here this week. Olen Gross and wife of Dallas, were guests of relatives here Sunday. Fred Cullum and family spent Sunday in Dallas, the guests of relatives. .Miss lma Paschall is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. B. Jones, in Dallas this week. Mrs. Amanda Moore and son, Forest, visited relative...

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

■■BISK . ,Jj>, ■ 1 - I Airship Startles African Cave Dwellers '• Km * I '•■• •■sv,; Ippil ........ fSSSffi®! Wm W&tfSS m ' :'W nozriR&r: A IVZUIGX OF clzmbimg T£OGZoz>ir2Z& jazr <&3&r af Z5?oglodyt& rrzJWL<£& V1ATI0N has another feat k ,, to its credit. Flying high i\ over the deserts of north- M\ em Africa, a dirigible bal- #V\ loon, one of the newest of the wonderful inventions of man, has Just afforded another ultra-modern contrivance— the camera—its first chance to snap a group of dwellings as old in style as any that man ever built for himself. It was the Italian dirigible balloon MP 2" that accomplished the feat and gave the Italian invaders of Tripoli additional reason for patting them- selves on the back and feeling like the vanguard of progress. While the bal- loon hovered high over the arid waste that lies back of the Mediterranean coast of northern Africa, the pho- tographer trained his camera on a lot of holes in the desert—apparen...

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

: ' MM i w Could "Work" Hlin. The Preacher—Aren't you afraid o< jrour future in the next world? The Dying Man—No, sir. If satan ti any kind of a fellow at all he muit belong to one or more of the nineteen different lodges of which I am a mem- ber in good standing.—Puck. "Going Down" in health, and very rapidly, too—if you allow your Stom- ach, Liver and Bowels to become weak and lazy. Keep them "up to the mark" by the us§ of Hosieffer's Stomach Bitters It promotes and maintains health. Try a bottle today and satisfy yourself. For 60 years the leader. SHE CALLED HIM. a ai i Tom—I don't know a thing "Wouldn't do for you. Grace—Then you will have mother and father come and live with ub. Tom—Good you reminded me; but I don't know of anything else I wouldn't po for you. i Municipal Golf Courses In England. The parks committee of the Bir- mingham city council is considering the establishment of a municipal golf course, the proposed site being at Castle Bromwich. Edinburgh, with six pub...

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

| l={:y^3^ii|WP§P^ — Triumphant Spring Sounds Her Trumpet . - H $«K< ttjir '■ || sife* S"'®', :§m: ,.v%; m ■ illliP ft I M ffl ! C-f>; ■V V-.' ■ I $11 New Spring Dresses Heavy Messaline Dresses—Large assortment of the latest and best styles, full range of colors- navy Copenhagen, light blue, lavender, white, black, maise, pink and other colors; some very at- tractive new trimmings; priced $12.50, §14.50, $17.50 and ........... $19.50 Foulard Dresses in stripes and cross stripes, sash bow at waist line, net yoke and collar; brown and blue and black stripes $10.00 Lingerie and Embroidery Dresses—Splendid new models in pretty designs of emproidery—plain or with lace trimmings—an excellent assortment to choose from, $4.98 to $10.00 Linen Dresses—Natural color, new styles of plain and embroidered models, good values, $4.98 and $6.50 Ginghams, Lawn and Batiste Dosses, good colors, neat, attractive styles, $2.00, $2.50 and... $2.98 Evening Dresses Chiffon Dresses in light blue, pink,...

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

K I h ©lie ®exas itlcsnuitcr. f?tutw Llbtftriu Cftpit-i By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY MARCH 21,1913 Vol. XXXI No. 38 MAKING PREPARATIONS We arc getting ready to move to our new place ON NORTH SIDE of SQUARE which is almost completed, where we will be BETTER PREPARED to serve our patrons. We will move as soon as our new fixtures and soda fountain arrive, which will be about April 1. WATCH FOR OUR OPENING DATE. CULLOM & PORTER The Palace Drug Store 1INTERURBAN MEN TO HAVE SESSION Experience of Joe Sappington in a Country Store. (By Joe Sappington.) Who to behold me today with my suave polished manners, dressed in the very pink of fash- ion. would believe that it was I who twenty-odd years ago came galloping into a village of thirty- one inhabitants on a small bushy tailed mule with my extra wear- ing apparel in a pillowslip, to ac- cept a job at $15 per month in a store. John Wannamaker, Mar- shall Field and myself all started at the bottom of the commercial ladder, bu...

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

FOR THE PEOPLE Upsetting of Western Classifica- tion 51 Means Much. RAILROADS LOSE BIG CASE Chairman Thome of Iowa Commis- sion Tells How the Shippers and Consumers of the West Beno> fit by the Deoision. ( , Des Moines, la., March 13.—The peo- ple of the United States have had Iowa to thank for a number of ex cellent things, and to the list must be now added an achievement that means a great deal to the shippers of the entire west from the Mtssisippl to the Pacific. Especially are those shippers under obligations to the Iowa state board of railroad commissioners and its chairman, Clifford Thorne. This achievement is the suspension and revision, by the interstate com- merce commission, of an entire freight classification, known as WeBtern clas- sification No. 51, and on March 31 the several hundred changes made to con- form to the commission's order will go Into effect Shippers and consum- ers alike will benefit by the revision. Iowa Leads the Fight. Iowa's commission was by no me...

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

WOULDN'T TAKE ANY CHANCES Woman 8urely Could Not Be Accused of Having Any Lack of Caution. One day a very nervous, timid-look- ing woman, accompanied by a robust farmer, apeared on the platform of a little railway at a remote country town. For a time she devoted her at- tention to the time table, but she did not find there the information she Bought, and she stepped up to the sta- tion master as he came out of the office. "Will you please tell me if the three- fifteen train has gone yet?" she asked. In apparent concern. "Yes, about twenty minutes ago," he replied.' "And when will the four-thirty be along, do you think?" "Why, not for some time yet, of course." "Are there any expresses before then?". "Not one." I "Any freight trains?" "No." "Nothing at all?" "Nothing whatever.** "Are you quite sure?" "Certainly I am, or I wouldn't hsfe said so." "Then," sotd the timid woman, turn- ing to her husband, "I think we'll cross the tracks, William."—Youth's Companion. FRANK GIRL. "When you ...

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

H ISwil? THE TEXAS MESQUITER Tohn 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. COUa/W- ASSOClA Friday, March 21, 1913. Just think of it! A Demo- cratic Senator from New Hamp- shire. President Wilson can put his "open door" policy into ef- fect better after the offices are all filled. If you have a rood thing to say about the Interurban, say it out loud, but if you want to knock it, go out behind the barn and stuff cotton in your ears. The Garland News doesn't like the design on the new nickel. Here's consolation for you, Will. Suppose it had a bull moose on one side and the sage of Oyster Bay on the other. The powers that be will satis- fy the curiosity of the public and relieve the anxiety of a number of excellent gentlemen when they decide to tell us who is to be the next postmaster. Senator Sheppard is oppos- ed to the size of paper money be- ing r...

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

-JK: 111 ■ - ■ ,a,i . y ■ ■ 1 bulo.'. a. **& ,. ^•vuSfe-M'l K'li'ifewiP ■55— 1 . Kfffijjfi. 'r; ||:ii:P);i| ^.k4 ^i X4>XXXi XJ XXA^ 4>4 4 4>^ jlf_4^jV Embroidery Sale j This Week Only 15c ii ii ii l ii ll 10c ii ii ii ii ii ii 8c 8ic ii i* ii ii ii ii 7c 10c ll ii ii Sirrah Flannel for. ...... 8c 10c 1. " ii Perfection Flannel for 10c ii ii ii Kittiwake Drilling for ... .8c 10c ii ii ii Diamond Hill Cambric. • ... 9c 124c ii ii ii ... 11c 20c ii ii ii Indian Head Domestic 14c 20c ii ii ii Lawn, now for . ..14c 15c ii ii ii 41 ii ii 14c 10c ii ii ii ii ii ii And also have received a nice lot of new designs of Ging- hams, Quilt Calico, and Cotton Checks and many other new articles. J. H, McKINNEY VAR1ETYSTORE f % Local and Personal % R. G. Chapman of Dallas, was here Tuesday. Thos. J. Cole of Dallas, was here Sunday. H. B. Cox ot" Rylie, was here Wednesday. J. M. Dozier of Lawson, was here Wednesday. Congressman Jack Beall was in Mesquite Tuesday. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Bon...

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