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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 January 1914

I. !JL JL-LJ Bm THE TEXAS MESQUITER lohn L'. Davis, Editor and Prop. Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Subscription $1.U0 Per Year Entered at the postoffice at Mesquile, Texas, as mail matter of the second-class. / - i > ASSOClf? Friday, January 30, 1014. P,tve the viaduct. Pay your poll tax. Comptkoleb Lnne appears to hiive tdreedy «liuiiniited himself- But he seems ii<it to 1<now it. To our fellow members of the county oress: Anyhow our people backed us up. This con- so) ion, of course, does not apply to . lie now management of the Irving Index. VV. P. Lank says his proposi- tion to Cullen F. Thomas was a fmr one. What was it: "You sia.v out of the race and I'll un- dertake to persuade Mayes to withdraw in iny favor." LAWSON LOCALS. Political Announcaments. H. W. Liwson sold 800 bales of cotton to a Dallas firm for 10.85 round. The cotton way shipped from Kluburg. Clayton Stark, J. C. O'Bannon, •J. M. and G. E. McKenzie also sold eotton which they had been holding...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 January 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER & SYNOPSIS. Minnie. sprlng-huuM girl at Hop* sana- torium. tell* the atory. It opona with th* arrival of Mis* Patty Jennings, who l re- ported to Ik- engaged to marry a prtnea, and the death of the old doctor who own* the sanatorium. The estate Is left to a scapegrace grandson. Dicky Carter, who mu*t appear on a certain date and run the sanatorium successfully for two months or forfeit the Inheritance. A case of muinps delays Dick's arrival. Mr. Tho- burn Is hovering about In hope# of se- curing the place for a summer hotel. CHAPTER III.—Continued. At hail past Are 1 Just about gave Hp. It wan dark outside, and nothing Inside but firelight. Suddenly 1 •earned to (eel somebody looking at the back of my ne«k and I turned eround. There was a man standing outside one of the windows, staring lu. My flrst thought, of course, was that It was Mr. Dick, but just as the face vanished 1 saw that It wasn't. It was older by three or four years than Mr. LUck's and a bit fu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 January 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITEK CARE FOR MACHINERY Properly Housed Farm Imple- ments Means Big Saving. Tool* Should Be Well Selected, Kept In Qood Repair and Adjustment, Oiled Thoroughly and Cleaned Before Housing. In traveling over the country, the ordinary observer Is unfavorably Im- pressed with the methods now com- monly found In use by muny farmers for taking care of their machinery. As a general rule, the prosperity of u farmer may be estimated by the way he cares for his machinery. Poor care indicates shiftlessness. waste, lack of energy and the necessity of buying more machinery In a short time. Qood care, on the other hand, Indicates prosperity, development, bank de- posits. and long-lived machinery. To properly care for the farm Im- plements means that they must be well selected, kept in good repair and adjustment, oiled thoroughly, cleaned before housing, and have all wearing parts well greased when not In use, and painted when necessary, and must be properly housed. To neglect any o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 January 1914

u m mm I | EVERY DOLLAR % V U you rirr in i sjithe baink STRENGTHENS! THE WALL BETWEENYOUi d Adversity A Good Place to Keep your Money is in THE GUARANTY STATE BANK OF MSEQUITE. Local and Personal. I .J Frank Ellis of New Hope, was here Sunday. Tomorrow is the last day to pay poll taxes. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Haney of [Kleburg, were here Tuesday. J. P. Paschall of Royse, visited Relatives here Sunday and Mon- day. I. N. Range was in Henderson soun, on business several days Judge W. F. Whitehurstof the this week. County Court at Law, but now a W. M. Love of ths Wills Point cu,ulidate for Judge of the 68th Chronicle force, spent Sunday ' Dlstnct Court> was Satur- nth home folks here. !day- Ho has many friends here ; who are always glad to see him. S. J. Consley of Chilhcothe, Mrs. Frank Youree of Dallas, visited at the home, of her mother, Mrs. J. W. Chapman, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sanfurd White- hurst of Dallas, were here a day or two this week," visitors at the home of the latter'spar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 January 1914

V,:, SOME MEN CAN'T SEE STRAIGHT tat B , > iUiu r.jWr*r.i "*■- "V'HImiMJjpti " V ' TZ'JHti* For County Attorney THE OLD TIME SCHOOL A hoard may be 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 they 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 the Best Lumber— and so do you, when you buy here. Let us make you an estimate on what ever you want. John E. GLuarles Company Walter W. Walker, Mgr. Mesquite. Texa. Box Supper at Greenwood Announcement is made that a box supper will be held at Green- wood school house, southwest of Mesquite, next Saturday night, the proceeds to be used to pur- chase more seats for the school. The public is cordially invited. Engine Broke Down. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 February 1914

malts Ubmrlua Cuplt®! Y i i I i I I l i V ®l)e Sexas JUcsqmter. By John E. Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1914 Vol.XXXII No. 32 i! A LITTLE TALK ON THE DRUG QQESTION ;; ? HUMPHREYS &. VANSTOH'S STORE IS 8UR6LARIZED To ivcud stib:titntion is as t-ssentidl as to avoid error. WE HAVE IT AND YOU GET IT -ex- actly what you ask for, and we credit you with knowing what you want. The Palace Drug Store CULLOM & PORTER, Props. • MESQUITE, TEXAS THE YANKEE HATERS By Job Savi ington If T had been born some twen- ty years prior to the Civil War, instead of at. its beginning, the result of the war might have been different and it might have been General Grant who surren- dered at Appomattox, instead of General Lee. The war began to rankle in my young bosom be fore I quit shedding my milk teeth and has continued to ran- kle more or less up to the pres- ent. However, tlie older 1 get the calmer I become, and I have at last made up my mind to a- oide by the terms of peace that w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 February 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER John E. Davis, Editor and Prop. Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texa8 Subscription $1.00 Per Year Entered at the postoffice at Mesquite, Texas, as mail matter of the second-class. socift Friday, February 0, 1914. The Mesquitkk is for Mc- Nealus for State Senator against the tield. The Governor1!* race is get- ting warm. Glad we paid our poll tax. CheStek Terrell says he is in the race to stay. Of course, hut how lone? Villa may be a butcher, but unlike Huerta, he does not butcher his friends So Candidate Lane decided to come across after all. Well, self preservation is the first law of nature. President Wilson has lifted the embargo on arms and ammu- nitions to Mexico. Good! Now let 'em light it out, and may the rebels win. Champ Clark is a mighty good man, but he will never be Presi- dent. And if he does not get over his grouch he is liable to lose the Speakership. : Oe course the antis want to "keep the prohibition question out of politics." After Texas goe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 February 1914

THE TEXAS MESQU1TER mm THERE'S A WILE ^ MARY ROBERTS DLNEHART •AUTHOR, OF- CIR.OUL.A-Rx STAirLCA-^E;, T5/£& Jv\Att ^ LOWER. TEN, WHEN A MAN MARRIES ILLUSTRATED 4? EDGAR BERT SMITH Capyp/otir ss/2 & 6oB ar r f-, nensin.^- SANCTIONED BY CHEFS \ SYNOPSIS. nle. spring-house girl at Hope sana- n, tells the story. It opens with the *1 of Miss Hatty Jennings. who la re 1 to be engaged to marry a prince, (he death of the olil doctor who owns tsoatoriunn The estate In left to a igrace grandson. Dicky Carter, who appear on a certain dale and run sanatorium successfully for two hs or forfeit the Inheritance. A case imps delays Dick's arrival. Mr. Tho- Is hovering about In hopes of se- lf the place for a summer hotel a college man In hard luck, Is pre- ! upon by Van Alstyne, Dick's hroth- llaw, to Impersonate the missing heir Ujte charge of the sanatorium until Ir arrives. Dick, who has eloped Patty's younger sister, Dorothy, ar- CHAPTER IV.—Continued. Ve were helil up by the snow," he ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 February 1914

V fcJEW •' THE TEX AS MESQU1TER IN Edinburgh Birthplace of Sky- scraper and Presbyterianism. City Ha* Population of 360,000 People and Has Managed to Get Itself More Talked About In Litera- ture Than Any Other. Chicago.—Edinburgh, the capital of Bcotland, Is situated In a cold north wind, on the south Hide of the Firth Jjif Forth. It has about 350,000 people. iumI liaM managed to get Itself more talhod about in literature than almost i«ry other city of this size, George Fitch ba.vH in an exchange. Edinburgh rambles ofer three great Urtla. and has been built with great •a r« and good taste, Even the raR- roads iu Edinburgh are aesthetfe. They have made a valley Into a great park and managed *o make the city kandsomer by passing through It. All American railroad presidents should be compelled by law to go to Edin- burgh with a two-quart notebook. Edinburgh's origin is lost in th* Scotch mists of antiquity. It contains Home very ancient features, including the castle, the tenements in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 February 1914

Prudence Should Lead You i V in deposit your money in a J good hanI; rat lt«*r t linn lc« • • | « it where il is exposed to ml kinds of i i s k s If Hie First National Bank offered no other inducement than a i-ecure place to keep your cash it would be well worth while to open un account there But it offers man/ other** Come und ask ar.y of the officers what they are. The First National Bank J. C. Rogel, President. Of Mesquite S. B. Marshall, It. S. Kimbrough, Vice President, Cashier Local and Personal. I More rain, more rest, but not for us. \V. B. Miller of Lawson, was here yesterday Mi's. Ollie Lester visited rel- atives in Dallas Sunday. A. W. Lindsey is building a neat cottage on College Hill. Miss Royal of the school facul- ty, visited homefolk s in Forney Sunday. R.C.Love, superintenden t of the school at Cement, is at home this week on account of illness, Mrs. J. VV. Dauglierty of For- ney. was a guest at the home of Dr. E. P. Shands a short while Sunday. Postmaster Shands ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 February 1914

| UNSOPHISTICATED OSCAR m m m By Gregory jtf jf jtf S MATTfR.'wHV QONT VOU ANSWER T« 06 U-? *M'. I Tb T HA T OOkfN l-A-ispuoBO A>ftert« RtNT! y KNOVAJ Hi<> PUNG' SH' I B* P 'HWMTHAr WI.^1 TM L^NULOfip, IT WAS vow« inn cumuli at, . . HURftM'HE THINKS Wfc- A.INT TA HOMC HE^UP^INANyrt unoew TH dook: VA"^-L ^ SEE WHAT it *>Avy mvov^W NOT VET.NUT VETlLCT Oi W^tT A LI while -Till VA^K'oc boae ML v oonp1 OLQ ERtENU. Rlii Me 'iAVV PEAW OStAH- SOPRV T COutONl WMT TCI INJTK.A.0 O'SHtVtRIN' INVOUR SHOtS LIKE A WETCLAM V © PAV VOM fHATI^Oyy T jr x OwtD V0U BUr X H-.P ,0 *>TLM /V tXJA-T T O fcoWppg—t rc - ■ I ONLV Rewer THAT T. HAVt OWT ONC Ht>p To u£Ayc To -VH' IjONtWAlW 3 MSB £ ^ VOU UY WWfc ^ORiOOvt i'!|l OWpgK NfeXT UET-s Hlb MIXE Li ?' ALAS • THAT mowning AFTS -£ \ R n t ATTEND THE CORN SHOW TO BE HELD -IN Dallas, Fab. 10th la 24th T THE SAME TIME take advantage of our final Cut Prices on Winter Goods. Any Woman's Suit in stock at HALF PRICE. Any Woman's Coat " " " Any Wom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 February 1914

Stutu Librarian Capital sr. I ®l)t eexas JHesquiter. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1914 Vol. XXXII No. 34 JUSTRECEIVED i Direct from the factor)', a larj^e shipment of j INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD j Now is the time to get your stock in shape to stand the hard spring work, and "International" will build them up better than anything else. VVe also have in stock Dr. LeCiear's and Clover Brand stock foods and medicines. The Palace Drug Si ore CULLOM & POKTEK, l'rops. . MHSQU1TH. TEXAS THE PHONOGRAPH'S NEW FIELD. By Joe Sappington. [duly sober, and if he should make a record of anything we said while'on a spree we would feel called upon to brain hi in with a club on sight. Not being satisfied with shat- tering our nerves during our) office hours with its blamed I noise, the phonograph is about | to enter the sacred precincts of. Mesquite's Voting Strength is our homes, and by its deceitful | 277, Not^ounting Over lying, array our wives and! MESQUITE POLL TAXES...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 February 1914

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. associa Friday, Febuary 20, 1914. ! did ate of, not only tlioae option- ing prohibition, but of the saloon element as well. A saloon man in Dallas remarked the other day that the saloons and brewer- ies of Texas controlled 50,000 votes in Texas and that I hey meant to hnvo some say thi.s year as to who is to l>e the anti candidate. It will be hard to find a really big man willing to be the candidate of this "50,000." All right, Mr. Lane, we for- give you and are even willing to forget that we had anything to forgive you for. Thk effort to discredit Senator , Gore in Oklahoma by a damage1 suit failed miserably and will I probably insure his re election as Senator. Senator Bacon of Georgia was in public life for thirty three years, and died a poor man. It would be hard to pay him a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 February 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER AVH you ever known fear, the stark fear of a slow, lingering, painful, abom- inable ileatb?" remarked James E. Smith, Klshery- Guardlan at Lower Shag Harbor, Shelburne Coun- ty, Nova Scotia. "1 have. Imprisoned In a capsized vessel, gnawed by hunger, tortured by thirst, steeped In a horror of help- lessness, 'racked by a black, blind, bootless rage of resentment aguinst fate, I knew fear, the fear that makes the hair bristle, the saliva In the inouth turn salt and bitter, the perspi- ration come out In clammy beads on the forehead, the heart almost Btop beating." Then Mr Smith told this tale: On Wednesday, May 9, 1877, the schooner Cod-Seeker, bound from Hal- ifax to Harrington, was running be- fore an easterly gale. Her master was Philip Hrown; her crew num- bered fourteen hands all told. A while before nine o'clock the lookout reported breakers ahead. Capt. Brown claimed that the white spaces seen were only the reflections of the Cape Light upon the waves; and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 February 1914

is:, !" ,) ' ■HBbPw" \ THE TEXAS MESQL'ITER mm THERE'S A WILL WM ^ MARY ROBERTS RINEHART AUTHOR OF- ^fio CIRjeUIvAR. LOWER- TEN, ILLUSTRATED /& EDGAR BERT STAIRCASE, &/xg> At. AN WHEN A JMA7S MARRIES SMITH • capyp/ortr tb/z & BOBBS CC> r-\rtKKiut- v.v. SYNOPSIS. Minnie, aprlng-house girl at Hop« «*n - torlurn, tells the atory. It upeni Willi Ilia arM\«i of Mlas Patty Jennlnga. who la re- ported to bo engaged to •iarry a prince, and the death of the old doctor who owna the sanatorium. The eatate la left to a scapegrace grandson, Dicky Carier. who muat appear nn a certain dale and run the aanatorluni successfully for two niontha or forfeit the Inheritance A case of mumps delays Dirk's arrival. Mr. Tho- burn la hovering about In hopes of se- curing the place for a aummer hotel. Pierce, a colloge man In hard luck, la pre- vailed upon by Van Alstyne. Dlck'a broth- er-in-law, to Impersonate the missing heir and take charge of the sanatorium until Carter arrives Dick, who...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 February 1914

I ! OLD PEOPLE LIKE BOOCi YOUTH GETS TWO YEARS; SENTENCE IS SUSPENDED \i THAT show a com I'm t iblo balance in flu; bank. To acquire that b.«It 11 j iu must boy in now. Start an account with tho First National Bank. Then you can be free from a'l woi ry as to what you havennd devote al! your energies to making more. You'll spend less, too. A check book does not burn holes in your pock- et like tho actual cash. The First National Bank C. Rugel, President. OF MESOU1TE S. B. Marshall, Vice President. R. S. Rimbrough, Cashier Judge Crawford Willing for to Have Chance. Young v"an t r Local and Personal. 1 J George M. Gross of Dallas, was here yesterday. Mrs. L. B. Sowell and little Son of Forney, were here Mon- day. Olen Gross and wife of Dallas, spent Sunday with relatives in Mesquite. James M. Gross returned Fri- day from a short stay at Tlot Spring, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Walker of Garland, visited relatives here Snnday and Monday. Joe Asberry has the lumber on the ground for a new re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 February 1914

'- • r- . aiw«m«Wfc: f-ara wpws. I t People of Texa c l O PRESIDENT WOODKOW WILSON, in hi« me-sitfe to the Congress of the United States, on January, 20, 1914, said: "The country is ready to accept and accept.-, with relief, as well as approval, a law wliWi will con- fer upon the Intprstr.te Commerce Commission, the power t3 superintend and regulate the ti* aneial operations which the railroads are henceforth to be supplied with the money they need for their proper development to meet rapidly gro.vinu re- quirements of the country for increased and im- proved facilities of transportation. We can not post- pone action in this matter without leaving ihe rail roads exposed to many serious handicaps and haz- ards; and the prosperity of the railroads nnd the prosperiety of the country are inseparably connect- ed." President Wilson, with his wonderful fund of informa- tion and keen foresight so characteristic of the man, sees the necessity for the railroads of the country to be supplied w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 February 1914

■mm ®he ®cxao JtUsquiter. m St t Llbrurlua Capital By John E, Davis, MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914 Vol. XXXII No. 35 NYAL STORE ' r he Nyal Store, ij poii MA^Y YEARS the Nyal Family Reme- dies have maintained a high standard of quality, >vhieh has admitted them to the confi- dence of the American peopie. THE ENVIABLE POSITION which they bold lias been gained through merit alone. No exaggerated, misleading advertising has ever been countenanced by the manufacturers. the outcome of good the beneficial results which tney have produced. There are many different remedies—the form- ula of each is yours for the asking. You may know exactly what is being taken or given to your children. T1IEIR WIDE USE is words, iuspired by The Palace Drug CULLOM & PORTER, Props. Store NIESQUITE, TEXAS FINAL SUMMONS GOMES TO R. M. McGAUGHEY Well Known Mesquite Citi- zen Passed Away Sunday February 22. THE OLD SQUARE DANCE By Joe Sappington. The old time country dance is about to vanish f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 February 1914

THE TEXAS MESQU11ER fohn 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. Announcement it* malt A. H lielo & Co., publisher* ^ the Galveston Dallas News, will begin the publication, on April 1st, of an afternoon paper in Dal- las to ho known as The Evening Journal. A. H. Belo & Co. have, perhaps, the highest rating of auy uublifdiing concern in Texas; and their success with other publications practically insures success for The P>ening Jour- nal. that Christian Endeavor Program. EL AM ETCHINGS. Friday, Febuary 27, 1914. Political Announcements. It is getting about time, i t strikes us, that Uncle Sam was showing the Mexicans Who's Who and What's What. Send the bankers and post- masters to Mexico, to settle the trouble. That they are the most patriotic set of men on earth, is proven by the fact that they ob- serve every holiday, and some days th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 February 1914

THE TEXAS MESQl ITER SYNOPSIS. IT!mile, aprlnff-houae girl at Hope sana- torium, tell* tho story. It opena wltli the arrival of Miss 1'atty Jennings. who In re- ported to bA enj£Ufed to marry a prince, 'and the death of the old doctor who owne the sanatorium. The estate la left to a •capeyraoe grandson, Dicky Carter, who must appear on a certain date and run the sanatorium successfully for two months or forfeit the Inheritance. A case of mumps delays Dick's arrival. Mr. I no- burn is hovering about In hopes of se- curing tiie place for a summer hotel. Pleroe, a college man In hard luck, la pre- vailed upon by Van Alstyne. Dick s broth- er-in-law. to impersonate the missing he.ir and take charge of the sanati®lum until Carter arrives. Dick, who has elopea with Patty's younger sister. Dorothy, ar- rives. and the couple go Into hiding in the old shelter house. Fearing to race jjwolliy's father, who la at the sanator- ium. Dick arranges with Pierce Jo con- tlsiM tn the management of the...

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