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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 January 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER /ohn K. Davis, Editor and Prop. Pasted Paragraphs n||| |,JINAT|nM qF feyd I Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Subscription $1.00 Per Year px Entered at the postoflioe at J. Mesquite, Texas, as mail matter "*** of the second-class. ASSOC!* Friday, January 9, 1914. Are you making good on your New Year's resolutions? Don't fail to do your duty on January 22. Swat the viaduct. Tins is election .year, but the man who refuses or neglccts to pay his poll t.-x has no say—and no vote coining. All, the candidates have their good points, but it will go with- out question that Hon. F. G. Thompson of McKinney, is the most courageous one in the field. He is candidate No. 13. It is said that the road to hell is paved with good intentions, but that is no reason why the people of the county, outside the city of Dallas, should be made to help pave the Dallas-Oak Cliff viaduct. YVk note that among the officers elected by the bartenders' union of Dallas the other day, was th...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 January 1914

THE TEXAS MESQU1TER m GARDEN OF WORLD Island of Madeira Place of Won- der and Enchantment. A SEASON IN THE HIGH ALPS GOLD MINE AT VALDEZ BAY, ALASKA ■No Motor Cars to Worry One, No Noisy Street Cart, No Clattering Horses, But All I* Quiet and Peaceful In Beautiful Place. New York.—Down In the Atlantic ocean about a week by steamer from New York there la one of the real gar- den spots of the world. These are uo \ motor cars there with their accora- j panylng cutout fiends, no noisy street cars, no clattering horses—all Is qulwt and restful. Flowers and fruit grow In abundance and everywhere one sees the beautiful tropical vegetation. There are no extremes of heat and cold, the j temperature varying from 63 to 75 de- j grees the year around. On the map this j place Is labeled Madeira, but to the visitors from the liners that call there the little Island Is a place of wonder and enchantment. There Is an attractive little story In connection with the discovery of Ma- deira. Robert Machl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 January 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER %eWOMAN A ftoVe/hy p^son Terhune, founded on C3QP/fifi3XT /JU* rue ooBBS-HvuiJii camuvy SYN0PSI8. and Drawing? & Concri'i! m«n Standish and the Woman. b«li«\ iiik tbemaelvos tn love, p«'iid a trial wi'fk as man and wlf.- In a liotrl In northum Now York under assumed name* i lie Woman awaktuu lu tin- tact that sh di*-s not love Standlnh and call* their engagement off. Standlsh protests undying devotion. Wanda Kelly, tele- phone (flrl at the Hotel Keswick, Wash- fnrton, la loved by Tom Blake, mn of the political boss nf the house. He propoees marriage and la refused. She ({Iv* oh one of Iter reasons her determination to get revenue on Jim Blake for ruining her father. Congressman Frank E. Kelly. Congressman Htandlsh, turned Insurgent. 1 r. fighting the Mulllns hill, a r.-asuie In the Interests of the rallroxds The ma- chine la seeking means to discredit Stand- lsh In the hope of pushing the bill through. Robertson, son-in-law of Jim Blake, and the latter's cand...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 January 1914

: 'n ' " -- W" 111 I Hi THE First National Bank I Of Mesquite ).C. RUGEL, Pres. S. B. MARSHALL, V. Pres. - R. S. KIMBROUGH, Cashier CAPITAL, SURPLUS, $50,000.00 i: 11,000.00 j; ( Local and Personal. Riley Hill and family of Dallas, svere here SuDtlay. Dr. L It. Anderson of New Hope was here. Monday. It. A. Vineyard and little son of Dallas, were here Sunday. B. J. Ketron returned Satur- day from a business trip to Houston. Pierce Baumgardner, wife and baby ol Dallas, visited relatives here Sunday. Little Miss Aria Vanston re- turned Sunday from a visit to relatives at Terrell. Miss Bessie Scott of Corsicana, who had been visiting Mrs. O. B. Kim bell, returned home Satur- day. Capt. and Mrs. John T. Lynch of Dallas, were the guests of relatives here several days this week. Misses J unior and Rebell Nunn returned Wednesday from a visit to the home of their uncle, J. M. Nunn, at Temple, Okla. Mrs. W. IT. Caldwell and chil- daen, who had been visiting relatives here, left Monday night f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 January 1914

L. - ■ - i BULLETIN! Lumber office, Mesquite, Texas, 1:10 P. M. January 7—The Mesquiter man is here after copy for new ad, but we re so busy that we haven't time to think out just what we would like to say. However, guess this is about as good an ad as we could write anyway, because if we didn't have the stuff, the quality and the prices, we wouldn't be busy waiting on customers. "All right, Mr. Smith, coming right now," "Cleve, show Mr. Brown those panel doors.' "Thank you, Mr. Smith, we—" * ♦ John E. Quarles Company Walter W. Walker, Mgr. Mesquite, Texa. 'Captain Charlie By M. QUAD Copyright, 1913, by Associated Lit- erary Presa. To Itegln at the beginning, Charles P. Thorpe wns the son of an innkeeper nenr Cheltenham, England, and at the age of eighteen had the reputation of being a roygterer. He did not drink or gamble, and no one could say that he wua dishonest or unflllal, but ho crav- M adventure and was constantly In trouble. He accidentally shot a gamekeeper and was Bent to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 January 1914

®l)t Jcxas itlesquitcr. 'M* Ubiat/aa Cm John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914 Vol. XXXII No. 30 I I I I This ad is not about the plural of the capital let- ter "I" as shown above, but about e-y-e-s. The letters are printed from type and when ihe tvpe is destroyed or worn out, new ones can be obtained. Not so, with your eyes. Irreparable injury often results because of negligence. If your eyes trouble you, come in and let us test them for you. We make no charge for this, and if you need glasses we can fit you cor/ rectly and at a very moderate cost. Satisfaction guar- anteed rr money refunded. The Palace Drug Sfore CULLOM & TORTElt, Props. - MESQUITE, TEXAS j FIRST NATIONAL BANK HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING All the Old Officers and Di- rectors Were Re-elected. Pondering Over The Past By Joe Sappington. The older I get the more I pon- er and meditate over things of e past. In fact, I live so much i the past that I believe I ought > be excused from paying poll ax, gro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 January 1914

y THE TEXAS MESQUITER itihn E. Davis, Editor and I'rop. Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Subscription $1.00 Per Year Entered at the postoflice at Mesquite, Texas, as mail matter of the second-class. . -C0.U/VT>7- <d>(cX6)^^ Friday, Junuary 1<>, 1914. CtJHUiE McOutcheon does not want the otliee of County Attor- ney, but the job will not go beg- KCinjjf- Just watch 'em! Nearly a hundred citizens of Me^uite have so far failed to pay their poll tax, and we be>? to remind them that they'll have to hurry. Our Ecinbttrdt correspondent made some suggestions about our Rylie correspondent going to Mexico. We veto the propo- sition right now. A correspon- dent to the Micsquitkh. in Texas is worth more than a soldier in Mexico. Theur is no question how the people of tins section will vote on the viaduct bond issue—if they vote at all. The election will be held on Thursday and if the weather is fair, the fanners will be very busy. But they owe it to themselves to take ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 January 1914

I 1 THE First National Bank! Of Mesquite J. C. RIJCJEL, Pres. S. B. MARSHALL, V. Pres. R. S. KIMBROUGH, Cashier CAPITAL, .... $50,000.00 SURPLUS, .... 11,000.00 Local and Personal. 1 J Swat the viaduct next Thurs- day. Harry Walke r of Garland was here Sund ay. Albert Bovell of Dallas, was here Sunday. D. H. and Cal Moon of Lawson, were here Saturday. T. J. Haney of Kleburg was in Mesquite Saturday. Clyde M. Taylor and wife of Dallas visited here Sunday. •I.C. Humphrays of Lawson, was in town Saturday and paid this office a pleasant call. M. T. Davis and family of Dal- were guests Sunday at the home of S. \V. Futrell, s >uth of town. H. J. Spence of Rylie, was in town Tuesday and called at this office to renew his subscription. Are your taxes high enough? If so, vote against the unjust viaduct bond issue next Thurs- day. Mrs. Jennie Anderson of Mar- fa, who had been visiting Mrs. Win. Knap]), returned home Sunday. T. C. Shivers of the Mesquiter force, visited at the home of his m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 January 1914

SOME MEN CAN'T SEE STRAIGHT < > A board may be half an inch wider or << \\ quarter of an inch thicker at one end than j; j! at the other, yet they can't see the differ- j; ence. They discover the difference, how- ever, when they come to use the lumber, then they kick. If you would avoid lum- ber of this kind, buy from us. We are the most particular people in the country o about good Mill Work. We do all the kicking that is necessary, to the' Manu- facturer. The result is, that we get the Best Lumber---and so do you, when you buy here. Let us make you an estimate on what ever you want. John E. Quarles Company Walter W. Walker, Mgr. Mest|uite, Texa. Pondering Over the Pest By Joe Sapping i on. (Continued from tirat pane.) GUARANTY STATE BANK DECLARES BI6 DIVIDEND Officers and Directors Chosen at Annual Meeting. The annual meeting of the share holders of the Guaranty State Bank was held Tuesday afternoon. There was no change in the board of directors except that J. R Scott ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 January 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER oopyjexwr ww The OOBBS-fUJUtllL COJVWfy 8YNOPSI8. //;eWOMAN Atfaidty pjggx, Terhune, founded on William G. de Milled Play Illustrated ujith Ffotof fiwi ifoPfay and Drawing? & Vlfidmcs CotigrvAsitian Hlandish and the Woman, tollftvlng t h.'iiiH.lv.'H In love, upend a trial week an man and wife In a hotel In northern New York under assumed aamea. The Woman awaJtens to the fact that 4ho dot's not love Standlsh and calls their engagement off. Blandish protests undying devotion. Wanda Kelly, tele- phone girl at the Hotel Keswick, Wash- ington, Is loved by Tom Blake, son of the political boss of the house. He proposes marriage and Is refused. She flTM as one of her reasons her determination to get revenge on Jim Blake for ruining her rather. Congressman Frank K. Kelly. Congressman Standlsh, turned Insurgent, fs flfhtlDf the Mutllni bill, a measure In the interests of the railroads. The ma- chine is seeking means to discredit Stand- lsh In the Eopt of pushing the bi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 January 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER Stands at West End of City of Irkutsk, Central Siberia. It Gateway Through Which Hava Passed for Canturica All tha Rus- sian Exllea and Convicts En Route to Penal Settlement. London.—At the west entrance to tb« city of Irkutsk, Central Siberia, stands an arch through which have paased for a century or more all the exiles and convicts on route to penal settlements In eastern Siberia and the Island of Saghalln. The road which passes through it is the old postal route between Moscow and the Pacific. In times gone, the prisoners tramped all the way across the dread steppes from Europe, a Journey of many months. Now conducted in trains, they arrive at Irkutsk in a few days and are allotted their places of resi- dence or Imprisonment. Despite the efforts of the municipal public safety bureau, the old Arch of Despair is gradually falling to bits. Last year, the passage through was closed to traffic and those who tread the Moscow pike must make a detour. Exiles still pas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 January 1914

SfeMTONS GREATEST V NCE more the liberal year laughs out O'er richer stores than gems of gold; ce more with harvest song and shout Is Nature's greatest triumphs told. 27f& <B1RZ> Of 77&ZMY' JP&IBW& FOX. tt&Lr/K<5G7yzy& "Oft HANKSVIGING DAY! Personally it con- jures up visions of roast turkey and plum pudding and pies and all that go to make it an annual occasion of feasting; his- torically one sees "pilgrims on a rock- bound coast" and, invariably, it is regard- ed as about the oltfest national holiday of the land! As a matter of fact it is the youngest! Practically every yearly observance of a patriotic nuture is more ancient than the celebrat- ing of Thanksgiving day as a regular official ceremony. It is so customary in America for one person to do the pioneering and another to get the credit that It is no surprise to learn that even the Mayflower band were really not entitled to all the praise as original thanksgtvers, which they have been receivi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 January 1914

CASH ONLY SPOT SALE LASTS 15 FOR DAYS We are overstocked, we need room and in order to reduce our Mammoth are going to offer the buying public prices which should interest every Economical Buyer in all this Community All Shoes Reduced $5.00 Shoes Now 4.50 " I 4.00 " 3.50 " $4.35 THE RLD All Shoes Reduced Momey Saviao Shoe Sale $3.00 Shoes Now 2.50 " 2.00 " 1.50 " *15.00 LOOK HERE! Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats at Almost Your Own Price Quality $9.85 8.85 7.95 6.65 5.45 4.80 3.80 2.90 2.30 Don't miss this op- portunity to buy win- ter clothing at a big saving in midwinter. A large assortment of Counter Panes, Lace Curtains and Table Linen. All new at Wholesale, New York prices. Ask to to see them. .7 • • • • 0 • Coats, Coats For ladies', misses' and children—this is one item that we havo a complete assortment of, and we must move them. Cost is no ob- ject. We need the room, and if you are going to need anything in coats this winter, or next, you can't afford to look at the low p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 23 January 1914

8,«le Ubrarhir t L ®l)t ®exae itlcsqniter. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1914 Vol.XXXII No. 31 I TURN OVER A NEW LEAF i! LOVE FOR SWEETHEART GETS YOUTH IH TROUBLE M' The Palace CULLOM & PORTER, Props. [ON EY SAVED, is M ONEY M A D E ! He careful in your Buying, also in your selection of your PLACS to TRADE. There's a difference in YOUR FAVOR and in OUR FAVOR if.you trade with us. Have you seen our line of EASTMAN KODAKS? Prices run from $2.00 up. Drug Slore MESQUITE, TEXAS Those Old Time Country Debates By Joe Sappington. I began my career as a debat- er when I was but fourteen years of age and reached the zenith of my fame 4 years later. I developed into or.e of the most violent debaters that my neigh- borhood ever produced, and it was no trick at all for me to loos- en two or three toe nails and "bust" my "gallusses," while debating a hard fought question before a couple of farmer judges. Mother used to say to me on out- debating nights, "Joe, don't we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 23 January 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER (ohn 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. ASSOClA Friday, January 23, 1914. For the lust time but one, we say, pay your poll tax. Discussing the morality of the average rich man, a well known writer remarks thai, wealth, like water, collects in low places. Thanks. Then we common folks urr the real aristocracy. The demand for a "biu man" for Governor, coming from those who actively supported our pres- ent chief executive, is practically an admission that we haven't that kind of a Governor at this time. And for once, they are right. Were we sufficiently versed in political matters we would take the Texas Mesquiter to t,ask for the loost: guff he has been spilling out about Mr. Hanger. The Mesquiter doesn't seem to be very friendly with that gentle man, and the unkind things that helms said about him even im- plicate our frien...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 23 January 1914

1 M I i - THE TEXAS MESQUITER i 1 * 11 Making Tomorrow's —World == By WALTER WILLIAMS, LL.D. (Dean of the School ofJournaltun of Ifm Untmnlty 0/ Mi—our i) NEW EDUCATION IN GREAT BRITAIN Oxford, Eng- land.—"Man ia born free," wrote Rousseau, in the often quoted opening sentence of his Social Contract — "Man is born free, and everywhere he is In chains." The world-traveler is tempted to re- verse the famous •aylng and to write: Man is born in chains and the world struggle is unto freedom. Educa- tion—In its new- est and best form —equips the in- dividual for the attainment of freedom and for its use and enjoyment unto In- dividual good and social service. Pub- lic education yesterday in Great Brl- tain was a rather vague and incoher- ent system, dominated by Oxford and Cambridge, which were, and could only be, for the few, and was pursued in archaic ways adapted to a world that has ceased to be. Public educa- tion planned in Great Britain today for working out In fuller detail tomor- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 23 January 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER SEEDS ON DRY FARMS Producer Must Understand HU Business to Succeed. tf Pereon la Going to Cater to Cue tomera In Semi-Arid 8ection« He Must Pay 8trlct Attention to Desired Varieties. (By DR. F. B. harris.) AH practices In dry-farming focua around the one idea of saving the moisture. Thia Is done In two gen- eral ways. First, by preventing lose aa near as possible and. second, by using the limited supply which i present as economically as possible In regions of small rainfall all tht various factors entering into the pro duction of crops must bo hb favora ble as possible if profitable yleldi we to be obtained. Dry-farm crops are growing under the stress caused by a lack of water, and If othei things in their environment are not favorable, is difficult for them to ma ture properly. By supplying theli needs in other respects they can in part overcome the handicap caused by the scarcity of water. Only certain kinds of crops can withstand the withering hand <ul dro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 23 January 1914

la i ir THE First National 6ank i Of Mesquite J. C. RUGEL, Pres. S. B, MARSHALL, V. Pres. R. S. KI MB ROUGH, Cashier CAPITAL, SURPLUS, $50,000.00 11,000.00 f v*. Local and Personal □ Dr. J. II Fendir is visiting relatives ! ii'l friends at Richard- s< >n. J. M. Hollicome, of Chisholm, was here n day or two the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Scott re- turned Tuesday from a visit to relatives at Iowa Park. Prof. Byron VV. Good son of Lav son, was in Mesquite Satur- day and was a pleasant caller at this office. J. N. Price of Grand Prairie was a Mesquite visitor Monday ' and paid the M ESQ r IT EH office a pleasant call. Mrs. VV. B. St am pee and Chil dren. of Dallas, who had been visiting here, returned home Sunday afternoon. J. H. Button ofWolfeCity was here Sunday en route home from a visit at the home of Dr. R. H. Lasater at Lawson. Mrs. H. Payne of Grand Prai- rie, who had been visiting at the home of her brother, J. S. Mot- ley, returned home Sunday. Grover B. Stewar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 23 January 1914

1 UNSOPHISTICATED OSCAR & m jx By Gregory M Jf M X J WE. LOVT TOO MUCH 6060 ;. £ & i> A' R t. \ i { U . -K' l ti(x > MIC.MT OWL HUSBAND OF MINE, SO- I'M GOT.fl* TRv AHOTHCR o' RcfOftM- mM'. TH' loaklk si WOMAN you stopllra'f- ' 1 « -• s a o ^ V0O 00 THAT JES ONCT MURE.! JETS' ONtT, AN BV HETCh HETCHV ILL FE(?OIT VOU HOUUlN' T, Ht*3H (HIC ) DOOK ob. ILL (MIOJ Buy \T DVA hear fmMm BinEMEaa uEllllMiii NEXT ISSUE t(?oublt^ domestic. •Nuf 5Aio!! ! ♦ some men can't see straight *1 * >^>Ai #iiw ir/irT A board may he half an inch wider or quarter of an inch thicker at one end than at the other, yet they can't see the difference. They discover the difference, however, when thev come to use the lumber, then kick. If you would avoid lumber of ; this kind, buy from us. We are the most particular ; people in the country about good Mill Work. We ! do all the kicking that is necessary, to the Manufac- ; turer. The result is, that we get thq Best Lumber— ! and so do you, when yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 January 1914

®l)c 2cxas itlcGquitcr. sutu L2lrnrtQ4 Ca; By John E. Davis. MESOU1TE. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914 Vol. XXXII No. 31 Hudson* Davis db Co. OUR FINAL CLEARANCE SALE On All A\^inter Groods Commences Friday Morning, January 30, and Continues for 10 Days THIS TEN DAY SALE will be devoted more especially to the clearing out of what remains of This Season's Goods, Garments, and other lines of Winter Merchandise. The new season is near upon us, that is in the showing and selling of Spring Goods, and we must make room for the proper display of these. So in all sections of this store for the next 10 days you will be offered the most extraordinary bargains in this season's lines. Your every want >N, for the remainder of the winter can be filled at HUDSON, DAVIS & COMPANY'S at unusual savings. Final Clearance Sale for 10 Days on Suits, Dresses, Coats, Waists, Skirts, Children's Dresses and Sweaters. The word "Sensational" is one we do not like to use in our advertising, but we know o...

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