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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 June 1909

/ / 4 m s 9 t 3* 7 ulujt#at/ow^cx?ia[/e t-hanet A r AUTHOR. CP- rA.WEJL—s> Tm/iANofy*H0U&> COPrRIGHT, 1£>Q7. .BOBfV5-/~ieRR-IL.L Co The Detective Had Interposed a Stalwart Leg. SYNOPSIS. The storv opens at Harvard where Col. Rupert Winter, U. S. A., visiting, saw the suicide of young Mercer. Ho met Gary Mercer, brother of the dead student. Three years later, in Chicago, in 1906, ■Col. Winter overheard Gary Mercer ap- parently planning to kidnap Archie, the colonel's ward, and to gain possession of Aunt Rebecca Winter's millions. A Miss Smith was mentioned, apparently as a conspirator. Winter unexpectedly met a relative, Mrs. Milllcent Melville, who told him that his Aunt Rebecca, Archie and the latter's nurse, Miss Janet Smith, were to leave for the west with the colonel and Mrs. Melville. A great finan- cial magnate was aboard the train on ■which Col. Winter met his Aunt Rebec- ca, Miss Smith and Archie. He set his orderly, Sergt. Haley, to watch over Gary Mercer. Col....

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 June 1909

THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. pjblishfc;i Every Friday At Mbsquitk, Texas. Entem) in the powtofttco. at Mes- rjtte, Tex us, us second class matter, Cou/y^p a1? socl* Friday, June 4, 1909. The Eagle Lake man who mar- ried a Miss lee will have 110 right to kick when lie feels cold feet against his back. West Texas can either stand a drouth longer and recover from it quicker or else its editors are the greatest set of liars on earth. If Aldrich finally wins, the country will be sorry it asked for tariff revision. Aldrich is perfectly willing to revise the tariff, but he wants to revise it the wrong way. Hon. Gus Shaw of Texarkana, la put forward by his friends as the farmers' candidate for gov- ernor. If all the farmers in Texas vote for him, his election is assured. But they won't do it; that's a cicch. Every time you buy a pound of nails or a plank of lumber you've got a right to "cuss" those Democrats who voted with the lumber trust and the sL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 June 1909

w.' 1- VT a i y; v' j * I i i V WE ARE AFTER YOUR TRADE We will make it to your interest to trade here. When you have cash to spend we want your trade. When your cash is gone we still want you for a customer. Better remember this when you are selecting a place to trade. We pay spot cash for our goods and we take all discounts; we are mem- bers of the biggest retail purchasing organization in the world, with atotalcapital of over $60,000.- 000. I\To other firm in this part of the state has such buying power. Just think, over five thousand stores, all buying together in large quantities. We pay the cash; we buy for less than our com- petitors, we sell for less. See us for prices and accommodations. Our Usual Low Prices Prevail Throughout The Store For Ten Days 25 per cent Discount on all Millinery Mesquite, Texas. J( McCllllOUSh Has Fof Less Quality and Values Are Our Talking Points. H 0 TJ •< X 1 •< Very Special Bargains in Dress Goods Ask to See Them Banner Brand Clothes cost ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 June 1909

Tho "middy" has full op- portunity before graduation to know what his sea life is to bo. He makes three prac- tice cruises, each of three months' duration, in tho course of his tichool career. TUe sea trade Is hard, yet alluring. There are boiuo resignations, but the sailor will tell you that the re- signed ones have a daily srowl with themselves all through their land living, to which the growl of the quar- ter deck is a babe's protest. The Annapolis midship- healthy a looking ship's crew as one can find in a coastwise journey. They are ath- letes, every one, and show that they are proud of it. In tho gymnasium, through which a ne- gru who is much of a delight linguistically, shows thn visitor, are the records of individual athletic achievements of midshipmen who had outdone their fellows. On ono appears the 1 name of Midshipman Worth Baglcy of North | Carolina. Poor Bagley! Only a few short j months after he had made this record he made | a hero's record in a light with the Spania...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 June 1909

•J I ) t :I V •Si V® v. f \ i i I * OVER $1,700,000 REDUCTIONS MADE GOVENOR CAMPBELL STRIKES .NUMEROUS ITEMS FROM GEN- ERAL APPROPRIATION BILL. XPECTS NO TAX INCREASE Expresses Belief It May Be Only Five Cents Next Year—Sends in Proclamation. Austin, Tex., May 81.—Having cut tnoro than Jl,700,000 out of the gen- eral appropriation; having a promise of the University that $100,000 of its appropriation will not bo used; having made a contract which will obviate the necessity of spending $250,000 for a State water and light plant, and having previously vetoed a bill ap- propriating $200,000 for a tubercu- losis sanitarium, Gov. Campbell feels that the tax rate this year will not be higher than that of last year, 61-4c, and that next year It may not bo over Be. The most notable vetoes in the ap- propriation bill are those which cancel all the appropriations for scholarships at tho State normal schools, the sum aggregating $140,000, and those can- celing all appropriations for new buildi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 June 1909

,v,,r He • i : Hn| # wfp^ vl gj$> *. ■■ "ii® | Horse Owners, Attention! Abner Bailey Retr. No. 43,192, standard hred. Terms of service, $20.00. Commodore Berry Is ;i ^rey horse. I lis sire was an imported French Coach and his dam an imported Norman, Fee $10.00 Billy B. Is a mamouth black Tennessee Jack with mealy markings. His colts show for themselves. Terms of service $10. Frank C. Is a black Jack and a good colt getter. Terms of service $7.00. The above stock will make the season at mv barn 2 blocks south of the depot in Mesquite. Fees are due when mares are known to be in foal, traded or sold. A. A. BROWN Mesquite, - - Texas School Board Meets Today. Quite a number of applicants for the position of superintend- ent of the Mesquite High School have been here this week. It is also understood that they have a number of applications for the other positions. The trustees are to havo a meeting today, to consider the applications and it may be that they will select part of the facul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 June 1909

AUb I IN TEXAtt Hon Thoa B Love Capita 2lie 3c*as inter. John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 11,1909 Vol.^XVll No. 50 A FULL *JL. JIL \>—) Jk—1 Jk ■ * We still have a full house of desireable merchandise for summer wear, besides we are receiving new goods most every day, such as Ladies' and Misses' skirts, waists, belts, bags, collars and millinery. Our prices are the lowest. 15 cases of fall shoes just arrived this week. Counterpanes Mattings A nice line in plain, fringed and cut corners, full size, prices, 1.00, 150, 2.00, 2.25, 2.50 and $3.50 We can save you money on your matting bill, white or green china, special value, 25c Boys' Knee Pants In this department you will find a lull line of all ages, prices, 50c, 65c, 75c, and $1.00 Lace Curtains We have a big line of new things in b<>th cheap and high grade troods, price per p; r, 50c, 1.00, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50 and . $;> 00 ONE LOT 99 PAIRS MEN'S TROUSERS, $5.00 VALUES, PER PAIR, $2.00 Window Shades Of standard ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 June 1909

7*S£rjwL iiii iiriihMMftMii 'swASWfc# ®. fi t'v THE TEXAS MESQUITE* JOHN E. DAVI8, Editor and Propw MBSQUITB, • • ■ TEXAS The real gamblers In Wall itreet are few. The rest are lambs. For a Quiet, orderly and steady-go- ing nation give us the United States. Why debate the suffrage amend- ment? It furnishes its own condem- nation. Tears, says a scientist, will kill dis- ease germs. Let's all go and get on n tear. Two Frenchmen fought a duel and shot each other. Another tradition "busted." Not all the new jokes have been rtprung. Here's the latest: Spain has decided to rebuild the fleet. Immigrants of the right sort are welcome, but vigilance must be used to keep the criminal element out. Italy has a woman suffrage question, too, but so far the suffragettes have not tried to outdo the Messina earth- quake. The women of the country will toe- gin playing whist next week. Now "silence like a poultice will come to \eal the blows of sound." General depression of Wall street will not Improv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 June 1909

I TV ' If i i ^ ■ I \ ■ / vr IJL,L, CM TELATIOhF&f *4PVEZL *£r OGTAVB THANET &OBBJ~/vt£&R.tl.JL CO. COPVJt/QHT, /SOT SYNOPSISr The story opens at Harvard where Col. flupert Winter, U. S. A., visiting, saw the suicide of young Mercer. He met Cary Mercer, brother of the dead student. "Three years later, In Chicago, In 11)06, Col. Winter overheard Cary Mercer ap- parently planning to kidnap Archie, the colonel's ward, and to gain possession of Aunt Rebecca Winter's millions. A Miss Smith was mentioned, apparently as a conspirator. Winter unexpectedly met a relative, Mrs. Millicent Melville, who told him that his Aunt Rebecca, Archie and the latter's nurse, Miss Janet Smith, were to leave for the west with tlie •colonel and Mrs. Melville. A great finan- cial magnate was aboard the train on which Col. Winter met ills Aunt Rebec- ca, Miss Smith and Archie. He set his orderly, Sergt. Haley, to watch over Cary Mercer. Col. Winter learned that the financial magnate Is Edwin S. Ke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 June 1909

V*f": i'.'■■ ' .'ii X'., m it 1 ■■ i THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. P jiu,ishhi> Every Friday At Mesquitu, Texas. Watered in 1'e poHi.otfloo at Mea- Texus, u second class mutter. r £jSS ASSOCUjS Friday, June 11, 1909. The Confederate Army has oaptured Memphis. There aupears to be a lot of difference in tariff revision and tariff reform. The people of Zephyr have reason to appreciate the human- ity of man. President Taft, is certainly an mprovement ever Roosevelt in one respect. He doesn't talk all the time. The Arlington Journal is troubled over the prospect of the people having to pay the enor- mous Waters-Pierce Oil Co. fine. Perhaps they have already paid «iL The tallest Veteran attending the Memphis reunion is a Texan, H. C. Thruston of Mt. Verncn, who is 7 feet and 7 inches tall. St. Ls a wonder that he ever got through the war. "Beautcosts money" re- marks the Dallas News. Yes, tome kinds of beauty dues. The drug stores have to have a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 June 1909

cfontCeman' Nobby SprIng Style J, F. McCullough's Store —The Home of Reliable Goods and Lowest Prices— Keep Your Eyes on What's Going on at Our Store, Great Saving on Ladies' Black Underskirts $4.00 values, special this wee Iv- an d next $2.50 §3.50 values for 2.00 2.50 " "" 1-50 2.00 " " 1-25 Mercerized Cotton Voiles Rich and lustrous cloth of open weaves in many beautiful colors. This goods is extremely serviceable for skirts and dresses with splen- did draping effects, fast colors, per yard 25c White Lawn Waists Some beautiful designs, marked low. Prices $1.00 to $2.00 Laces and Embroideries Highest quality, newest designs and lowest prices. We carry the largest stock in this part of the country. Give us a chance to show you. 50c table damask, per yard 23c 4 spools clark's thi*ead 15c 10 yards any 35cfancy outing.$1.59 One order to a customer. Fans Large stock, new designs and good values, 5c up FREE—To any mother, a nice Palm leaf fan for the asking. White Goods All the staple a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 June 1909

i il The Clew of the Liquor Bottles H8K m mm Edited by William J. Bacon A True Story of the Secret Service, as Told by Capt. Dickson OME years ago, before I be- Scanio connected with the United States Becrot serv- ice in the east, I was en- gaged by a member of the western express com- panies to do some special work for them," began Capt. Dickson. "My head- quarters were In Denver and my work, on the whole, was decidedly Interesting. One adventure in particu- lar made me proud of my service for our company, although it was largely • matter of luck that brought about xny success in that instance. I am a firm believer in luck, for It plays an Important part in every man's life, and It has figured to a large extent in my own affairs, I am free to confess. "A daring express robbery had been committed in the western part of the state, near the Utah lino, by three men. The messenger had been mur- dered and the passengers throughout the train robbed of all their money. The hold-up men secu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 June 1909

BURDENS LIFTED "Fallen Among Thieves," Title Selected for Volume. / (1 v V Cracksman Writes Interesting AutobV ography, Asserting Early Train- ing Will Not Keep Natural Criminal Straight. An amazing story of a young man's rureer us a criminal was unfolded at County of London sessions before Mr. Wallace, K. C., when a clean shaven dark haired young man named Will- 'am Parker, aged 28, pleaded guilty to having been found by night at Dartmouth park hill in the unlawful possession of housebreaking imple- ments. Detective Inspector Nell testified that the prisoner had received every assistance from charitably disposed people. He first came under police notice in December, 1904, when he was sentenced to 15 months' hard la bor fo'r housebreaking. At that time Parker had been liv- ing in a little workshop, which was also a sort of bungalow, and had a secret door through which he could pass unseen by night, could get to the backs of houses and commit robberies with impunity and return with h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 June 1909

'Bf' < ' Tf ' «■' • •". , wip I BSSp"' ft i: i fefeySi' Horse Owners, Attention! Abner Bailey Ree. No. 43,192, standard bred. Terms of service, $20.00. Commodore Berry Is a grey horse. His sire was an imported French Coach and his dam an imported Norman, Fee $10.00 Billy B. Is a mamouth black Tennessee Jack with mealy markings. His colts show for • themselves. Terms of service $10. Frank C. Is a black Jack and a good colt getter. Terms of service $7.00. The above stock will make the season at m\ barn 2 blocks south of the depot in Mesquite. Fees are due when mares are known to be in foal, traded or sold. A. ATROWN Mesquite, - - Texas BOB CITY BARBER SHOP Olen Gross, Proprietor. Agenh Modern Steam Launcly, Ft. Worth. Respectful- ly solicits your patronage. Miss Lou Anna Shawver re- ' turned Monday from a visit in ' Forney. W. B. Hargrove of Hutchins, visited relatives near New Hope this week. I have just received two gross of horse collars which were bought for less than factory '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 June 1909

®he ®exas itlesquitcr. John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1909 Vol. XXV11 No. 51 W 1. v qnrplAB FFFflRT^ Count in no line more than in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes and Millinery. Ours is the OrLUIHL trrun I O strongest showing we have ever placed before the buying public, because we alone make a specialty of such wears. We want your business, and in orders to merit it, we are willing to give you the shady s ide of summer goods at prices within the reach of all. Call when in town and make our store your resting place. . *. . . Big line Men s, Boys', Mis ses' Children's h STRAW A New Arrivals Another shipment of ladies' belts, bags, collars, side combs, back combs and barretts just received, prices, 25c to 50c Trunks and Suit Cases If you are in the market for anything in this line we can please you, for we have a good line. Trunks 2.25, 3.50, 4.25, 4.75 and $8.00 Suit cases* 1.25 to $5.00 Men s Pants The strongest line ever shown by us, including every good pattern and fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 June 1909

ml. ■WW—*—" S k« <!•', M V|" ' fm fV I MS ?: ' : -^v^- sy.w mm:- ?m*■■:%^'.s:■■■•,■ | wt f ®S; ■ i ■ §p Bl ', TttE TEXAS MBSQUiTBW I ■g, i=;;. 1' IP JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Prop. #== 1TESQUITE, - - TEXAS The "Teddy bear" is developing In-. to a whole zoo. The young thief and his employer's tuoney are soon parted. Jail sentences would soon discour- nge reckless auto speeding. Frenchmen must come to America to learn how to flght a real duel. There are a great many "ifs" In Prof. Pickering's Martian scheme. The Holland t^tork refused to be in timidated and brought what it pleased. Help the organizations that are planning to help the poor this sum- mer. Astronomers had better practice up on Esperanto if they would talk with Mars. "Darned eftectB continue in the mat ter of embroidery." That's what a lot of them are. The discussion over the life of a silver dollar is useless; it all depends on who has It. As guests of honor at banquets, the; Wrights are said to be timid and re-, tiri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 June 1909

W«V! Jf CT 4 V ^OGTAVE TMNET -*lUTJfOJ^ ?7f£/VANy$<£>IiOUR^s> SYNOPSIS. The story opens at Harvard where Col. Rupert Winter, U. 8. A., visiting, saw the suicide of young Mercer. He met Cary Mercer, brother of the dead student. Three years later, in Chicago, in 1906, Col. Winter overheard Cary Mercer ap- parently planning to kidnap Archie, the colonel's ward, and to gain possession of Aunt Rebecca Winter's millions. A Miss ■Smith was mentioned, apparently as a ■conspirator. Winter unexpectedly met a relative, Mrs. Millicent Melville, who told him that his Aunt Rebecca, Archie and the latter's nurse. Miss Janet Smith, were to leave for the west with the colonel and Mrs. Melville. A great finan- cial magnate was aboard the train on which Col. Winter met his Aunt Rebec- ca, Miss Smith and Archie. He set his orderly, Bergt. Haley, to watch over Cary Mercer. Col. Winter learned that the financial magnate is Kdwln S. Keatcham. On approaching Cary Mercer, the colonel was snubbed. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 June 1909

Kt *>:. .1 ii .... ■ ; I ii 'fl 111 ifi i 1 i >! | If ' 1 THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Pjbushed Every Friday At Mesquitk, Texas. Entered in the postoffloe at Mes- Texas, as second class matter L A S_C o ssocid^ Friday, .Tune 18. 1909. Hon. H. Bascom Thomas is still the man of the hour in Tex- as—in his own estimation only. The Wright brothers, airship inventors, aru not satisfied with merely going to the top of the adder. The Dallas News knocks the drug store in the following man- ner: The prettiest face in the world is one that the sonl shines through, and no soul can work its way through paint and pow- der. The Terrell Transcript says that one of these days the office of Governor will seek the man. Perhaps so, but the chances are that it will be so busy for some time getting away from men like M. M. Brooks that it will not have time tohunta man. The Fairfield Record express- es the hope that the prevailing styles in ladies' hats will ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 June 1909

r .4 f tr tf *> fc TF. [*• <- i: V Low Prices on Low Cut Shoes, Mens Straw Hats, Parasols and Umbraellas. S ave money by trading here SUMMER G0©DS At Live and Let Live Prices Plenty of Fresh Ice Water, Free to all Patrons and visitors at our store tog l pou o^Sl 'OOI PJ^A' aad 'iqSroM pooS puu qsi -uy ooiu 'oahom. U9A9 'oan!jxa^ A'jqifc; 3Jos Jieqi jo 9sa«o0q 'eueiiuq Juj pnwmop ^0.1^ ui yj MCOSlin?^ 3UIj 08S i\00M sim floods 'sorquA ogg tfui ->loo[ ip;j A.10A 'saojoo ^sbj 'qsiug quouuaudd 'pozijaoiam A'lqaiq 'souquj sso.ip qou qii '"Ul'tiunj pun soiioa 4sonssi} ssojp saaiiuoj s?upxn§ UBipUJ pup ipop pazuaaia]^ DON'T Read these prices if you want to save money og suo^nq jauad aoiu uazop g pauA J0d 'ooquo qy •p^"l ■1 'cl '0 ?!oocls <p3 sarqba ogg 'ssuiwbj^ •• • ■ ya sanpjA OO'I si*na 3ujwboi tfuor\ <pj s'anjBA 0G'S$ 99 8$ TH sanj'BA OO'Q e3n.i qaAjaA ^qmib qsaq B,q5iaig -\no asoio 01 saoud mo| pue sgnjj OA * ' og[ oiS O0g Qt'X "38 puu ogr, 'O05 ' QI p.tt}A j0d R^tii^A ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 June 1909

-*• " i 1 I I I I mi 8 I \ . 1 IS ft MdDriniDinig Meall TSmme Hot Smninks TI1K day of an entire family is often made or marred by breakfast table manners. If the atmosphere is dlsa- eeable, if even one person starts the ay snapping, every one at the table s apt to be disgruntled before the jneal Is through. It should not be any harder to smile in the morning than at midnight; in- deed, the woman who has lived through 18 hours of strenuous modern life would seemingly have more ex- cuse for irritation at the end of it rather than at the start. Yet, strange- ly enough, more people feel cross at breakfast than at any other time. There are women to whom getting out of bed is more of a temper test than a direct insult. They consider the rising gong a personal enemy and seem physically incapable of a smile or pleasant word uutil they have been up several hours. Most families have experienced this trying trait in at least one mem- ber. What mother has not thumped and hammered at a son's or ...

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