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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 February 1914

V THK TEXAS MKSqtlTKIt IE Advertising Talks I NEWSPAPER HABIT AN AMERICAN ONE Press Best Advertising Medium Because of Its Intimate Re- lations With the Home. By TRUMAN ~~A~DE WEESE. The newspaper habit" Is an Amer- ican habit. In the old world countries newspaper reading is confined to the educated and prosperous few. If you atep Into a street car In the average American city you will see a sight that cannot be seen in any other couu- try on the globe—every individual de- vouring the contents of a newspaper. The newspaper Is their only source of Information on all the interests and activities of life. In advertising it Is the constant pounding that wears away the bar- riers of doubt and indifference. It is the frequent repetition of names and products that indelibly Impresses them upon human memory and Anally cre- ates a favorable attitude toward the products advertised. The repetition of selling arguments is the life of ad- vertising. Suppose a manufacturer or merchant has an Impo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 February 1914

M. T. DAVIS W. B. STAMPES l1 Announcement! Tu our many friends: We wish to call your attention to the fact that we have opened a real estate" office, located at No. 306 Scollard building, Dallas, Texas. We handle farm lands as well as city property, and make farm loans. Come to see us; we will make it both pleasant and profitable to you. When in the city, make our office yout headquar- ters; we will be glad to see you. Davis & Stampes For County Clerk Ben P. Cullom announces this week for County Clerk of Dallas county, subject to the Demo- cratic primary. A more extend- ed notice of his candidacy will aupear later. List of immortals. Local and Personal. J -J Will Hull of Rylie, was here yesterday. Wake Coats of Dallas, was here Sunday. Miss Ina Walker is visiting' Jasper, Texas, visited friends relatives in Garland. 1a day or tw0 week. D. P. Hale and family returned Wednesday from Bonham, where the former looked after business matters the past week. Mrs. William Sharfenburg, for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 February 1914

UNSOPHISTICATED OSCAR x x By Gregory if X M VA DOMT ME AH TA Sat YOv«r *JFRAID TA 0-0 HOME7 DO LIKE ttE' IF WwiPE ME«R^ COME I 'MEOW* a>f6"w tluti and she Vtte?%0 ITL? tk'catai*' owes back ro si N6XT tSSUE O^CAV} H/\S * KILk Coming- ; and , -: |. TSX h-'AyliUE itrIT OUT IN TH" B/V.K VARD WITH TH REAT TH' FELI0H5: \0U MQNSTEtt rT SARI&HT > VQNLY TH'CAT ' ==^ f AH. iH.C) TMtRC\] NO UIOHTS A [ *.--1 BOHMu' C>Uf SS li ;"f I WON'T HAF L -U, T a ( Hit) U^E **# PETS* idea j S XrOOO lor/s PETE! I'll, t By hHi 4j00f s^jsnbij IJJimBa RELIABILITY JrETYoWtCHW -BE; STAMPED \ftVH THEJ WAWC Of' &VK -BA1YJC IT I? J5eUA.6r.lj. IS THIS CHIEF l''EAT[J[(K OF A BANK'S SUCCESS. Depositors will put their money where they know it will be safe, bo the number of depositors—and the qual- ity of them often determines the standing of a Hank. Our depositors are very numerous and the\ include the best people in the vicin ity, men of intelligence who know our absolute reliability this timo to bear...

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

£c*as iUcoquitct. •ut Librarian Capit* By John E. Davis. MESOUITE TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914 Vol, XXXII No. 36 Q yy FLORENCE IS CLAIMED Br OEATH A CLEAR COMPLEXION JF YOl/ value your good looks, that is why von should use a vanishing cold cream—one that is a tissue tonic —water and soap alone are not enough. This is why I Nyal's Face Cream—non'greasy and norvirritating— ; should be your choice. If Nyal's Face Cream supplies the necessary moisture to a sl<ln that is inclined to be harsh and dry and is equally hen etieial tu an oily skin—it is in every .sense a ti-jsuu iutnl. Be- ing rapidly absorbed it uiakes an excellent base for applying face powder—Nylotis Face r'owder being preferable. If A jajrof this toilet requisite at 25c, or a large jar at 50c The Palace Drug Store CULLOM & POUTEK, Props. • MESQUITE, TEXAS m Prominent Mesquite Lady Died Sunday Morning March 1, THE PULASKI FAMILY NOT YET LOCATED Left Tampico, Mexico Dec. 26 on American War Vessell. JOE SAP'S SPRING O...

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

m John E. Davis, Editor and Prop. Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Subeeripticn $1.00 Per Year Policial AflFiaMii^ments, Tfce followlfafc antiounceraeDta are rnado Subject to the Democrotlc prl- ihary election, July 85, 1014: Entered at the postoffice at Mesquite, Texas, as mail matter of the second-class. :3Sry FOr Kt-it* Senator, 5th Dlatrleti J, C. McNealus. For Judoe 68th District Court: W. P. WHITKilOBST. For Judge County Court at Law: Curtis F. Smith. Friday, March fi, 1914. For County Attorney: Noah Koakk. For Sheriff: Dan Hakston. What Sherman said of war is too tame for Mexico. Are the antis preparing for a bolt? If so it is a confession of weakness. For Tax Collector: CHAS. A. Tosch. A. W. Lander. R. M. Hudson. For County Clerk: Ben F. Cullom. It is not very complimentary to Sparks, Terrell, Willacy, et al j that the antis are looking for a j '"big man" to match Tom Ball. If President Wilson does as well in the next three years as he did in his lirst year, which e...

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

THE TEXAS MESQU1TER LEACH CROSS PRAISES WILLIE RITCHIE HOLD TITLE 18 YEARS 1 i 7 Champion Willie Ritchie. "I think that Willie Ritchie is the Rreateat light weight champion we have had since the days of Joe Gans. The only thing he lacks is ring expe- rience. Give him the generalship of Tommy Murphy and I actually believe he would be better than Gans." This la the opinion of Leach Cross, New York's lighting dentist. "Ritchie could have whipped Bat- tling Nelson and Ad Wolgast the beat day either of theiu ever saw," contin- IS GREATEST TENNIS PLAYER Champion Wilding of Australia Select- ed to Represent Antipodes in Davis Cup Tournament. Anthony F. Wilding, the Australian champion who only recently won the international match at Stockholm, Sweden, has just been selected to rep- resent the Antipodes in the forthcom- ing tennia tournament for^the Davis cup to be held Id this country this ued the pugilistlr dentist. "Ritchie is all class. Wolgast was a slugge-. Nelson could not w hip any ...

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

ri- THE TEXAS MESQUITER mm THERE'S A WILL ^ AtAEf ROBERTS RIMzHART ^AUTHOR, OF- &/ic* CIRjCJJLAJ-^ //i- LOWER. TEN, STA.IRJCA.55E; . ?5/Zc? MM WHEN A MAN MARRIES ILLUSTRATED EDGAR BERT SMITH copyp/oMr GRIMM ALFALFA SEED SYN0PSI8. Minnie, (prlng-house a>rl ft'. Hop* sana- torium, lells tliu story. Tt open* Willi the arrival of Mils Fatty Jennings, who la re- ported to be eriaagod to marry a prince, and i he death of the old doctor who own* the sanatorium. The estate la left to a acapeKrace grandson, Dliky Carter, who muat appear on h certain date and run the sanatorium auci' fully for two month* or forfeit the Inheritance. A caae of mumps delays Hick * arrival. Mr. Tho- burn la hovering about lr. hopes of se- curing the place fot a summer hotel. Fierce, a college man In hard tuck, I* pre- •vailed upon by Van Alstyne. Ulck'H broth- r-In-law, to Impsrsonats the ml* lng heir and take charge of the sanatorium until Carter arrive* Dick, who has eloped with Patty's younger slater. D...

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

if h NOTICE TO FARMERS! In about one week or ten days I will have a car of Mebane Improved Tri- umph Cotton Seed from Lockliart, Texas for sale. 1 hese seed are absolutely guaranteed to be pure Mebane second year seed, picked before the rains, and made from 39 to 44 per cent. lint. See me and make con- tract for seed at once, as they are not going to last very long. A. H. Cooper MESQUITE, TEXAS Local and Personal. spent T. A. Smith and wife Sunday in Forney. A daughter was born to Buck Day and wife on Feb. 25. Mrs. J. G. Williams of Dallas, who had been visitiug Mi s. W. C. Cullom, returned home Satur dav. Mrs. E. S. Keefe left Friday for Lubbock, on account of the illness of her daughter, Mrs. L. J. Caldwell. W. R. Hass of Dallas, accom- panied by his little daughter, was here on business Monday afternoon. Mrs. Mary McKinney return ed Sunday from Denton, where she had been visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Foster. Misses Nettie Paachall and Ruby Furlow of Dallas, were guests...

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

UNSOPHISTICATED OSCAR it if if By Gregory M M Jf M OH.KINP voo H«LP A POOP (SNIFF )ON- FOUTWHATe) X CANT PtND WORK A.W 1 AINT im TM' W01UP- QH If mb parcmts p«ep afore X BORN /km MI wipe is SICK win T M' scvbn vtch ah' ft miff) an&cshifp) amd- mow vt«y ToyCMlMfe' •Til ASM WOWwO1 WCSluO cnec ME GrOOO HAW I'O Be CrLAO ta HtUP V*, IP X coutu onlv Bust this t6n- AH kimo 3 p — ttWME CMAT'OS IT - A.ttfTw MO TO ACCOMMODATI r nteo it worssI N he DCE.V 1 f^WHOv'l1 ; £3 &J h 9 oo nwxt 0^CAR IS 5UKE STRONG FOR 5EU.P preservation r H6 WUUUO MUCH RATHER HAVE Er^SAY THERE HE (^OCS1. THAN hERE HE ut&v \ | Q ft 'ncreased C.onuderate Pensions Card Of I hanks If Uncle Sam Were Behind our paying teller's window lie couldn't hand out the cash more promptly than is done now. The First Na- tional Bank carries an air- plc cash reserve to meet all demands at sight; its de- posits are guaranteed by the capital and surplus and also by the .standing of its stockholders and officers. Your account i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 March 1914

®l)t Scxas Jflesquiter. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914 Sut« LiU'iU'lan C#ylt*I Vol. XXXII No. 37 \ Beautiful Teeth Muke your teet.h beautiful. Good teeth art- indispensi- ble. They should be kept in good condition, not only as a □latter of refinement but for your health's salte. Be attentive to your teeth. Make it one of the most im- portant duties of your daily routine. K^ep the shreds of food out of the crevices, thoroughly masticate your food, use the brush regularly and with it that most efficient tooth denser, Nyal's Nydenta Tooth Paste. Nydenta Tooth Paste is a prophylactic as well as a tooth denser. It hardens the gums, whitens and polishes the enamel, and sweetens the breath. Nydenta Tooth Paste is put up in the roost convenient form in collapsible tubes. *2')C the tube. The Palace Drug Store CULLOM & PORTER, Props. • MESQUITE, TEXAS i THE PULASKI FAMILY STILL IN MEXICO MESQUITE TO HAVE ELECTRIC LIGHT SYSTEM How I Made a Fortune Drumming By Joe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 March 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER 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. S ASSOCl A Friday, March 13, 1914. To Major Mose Harris, do you say, now? What Baseball is the leading sport and Tom ball is the leading Texas candidate. According to Jake Woltors, it was very un-Democratic for the pros to eliminate, but all right for the antis. Fortunately, how- ever, Jake Wolters is not the Thomas Jefferson of Texas De- mocracy. Capt. Sanders probably did his duty, but he is not a hero. He had nothing whatever to do with the recovery of Vergara's body. This much, as Hugh N. Fitzgerald would say, to keep the record straight. R. M. Hudson, who sold the Irving Index the first of the year, after having owned and edited that paper for ten years, did not stay out long, as he has leased the Grand Prairie Texan. The smell of printer's ink js like politics—"sorter" fascina...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 March 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER SYNOPSIS. Minnie, spring house girt at Hop# miul- torlum. tells th« story. It opens wltli the arrival of Miss Patty Jennings, who la re- iportad to lie engag.-.l to inarry a prince, ,iind the death of the old doctor who own* ithH sanatorium. Tho estate la left to a .■capegraoe grandson, Dicky farter, who .must appeal mi a certain date and run ;«he sanatorium successfully for two months or forfait the Inheritance. A raw .of mump* delay* Hick's arrival. Mr Tho burn la hovorlnx about In hopes of se- curing the place for a summer hot l ,Pierce, a college man In hard luck, la pre- vailed upon tiy Van Alatyne. Dick's broth- **r-tn law, to impersonate tho missing heir ■and take ch'irge of the sanatorium until ,* arter arrives Dick, who |ia* eloped i\"Jth I'aiiv h younger slater. Dorothy, ar- rive*, and the couple go Into hiding In .the old shelter house. Fearing to race jlJerothy's father, who la at the sanator- ium), Dick arranges with Pierce to con- tinue In the manag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 March 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER Jet-Trimmed Hats for Early Wear MRS. WILLIAM K. VANDERBiLT HHP) THE great variety In hats made of Jet combined with other materials, gives reason to think that the jet- trimmed hat Is destined to usher In the spring and remain throughout the rammer. Already hats made of jet and mallne, or Jet and lace, with a touch of velvet In their composition, fcsv* appeared, an%, while appropriate tor present wear, they are airy enongh for summer. The Jet bat does not belong to one season but to all of them. It Is a good Investment In .millinery. Many of the new hats are quite high. The shapes themselves are moderate In height, but the trimming gives the effect of very high crowns. Thia phase of the new styles is liked for the combination of jet with ma- line or lace. Two hats of this kind are shown here, both of the prettiest of the latest models. In one of them a turban shape Is developed with a band of Jet covering the brim and a soft puffed crown of mallne. Over und aroun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 March 1914

■ A ITS NOT Wi(Al OU MAKE! UTWHAT OU SAVE!! THAT COUNTS Save it by depositing it in f The Guaranty State Bank jj 06 J—-,-5* Local and Personal. ) Ed Huckobee of Terrell, was here Sunday. B. L. Harris of Dallas, was here Wednesday. S. B. Hale of Dallas, was here Wednesday J. Z. Lawrence of Reinhardt, was here Tuesday. BenTisingerof Rose Hill, was J in Mesquite Saturday. John A Hass and wife of Dal- las, were here Sunday. J. P. Crmpley of Rose Hill, was in Mesquite Tuesday. A son was born to Perry Le- master and wife on March 7. Miss Florence Cullom visited in Dallas several days this week. Geo. H. Poynter of Orphans Home was in Mesquite Tuesday. B. P. Taylor of Iowa Park was a guest Sunday at the home of J. R. Scott. Miss Rettie Hale of Letot, is visiting at the home of her brother, D. P Hale. Miss Ella Black, of the High School faculty, spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolks at Alvarado. Miss Louise Plarence of Hous- ton, who has been visiting at the home of her grandfather, D. W....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 March 1914

mM , UNSOPHISTICATED OSCAR x x x By Gregory X X X X AH, HERE'S TN'30B FOHliC! "wamteo- 'V MA.. with WCUve to <*YUVr ir* N VAWDtviULg A^T>frUUt I' •'• < *T *V1\.Y BlPPUOO BiL' THfcATtff E-rt,* IV* UOT TK' NERVE AN' T DO-iV OtiTEtT TO G-OOC MONffV! HV HtCKOKY, VOOIIF JUST Th MAN X WANT! WCLV. St/Mir H£MCARSif4<, KlOHr AW A" ' F.rVt -LL2'T of T" — r WHATS |r &ONN<\ t> c BiFF'woo1? W/^ , ^ YA *>fcE, vouue To STAND t>vEK ON Th- OTHET: *j DE OP TH' STAfcl - ANO HOL0 TH *S oime between AM' THEN— ANO THEMT wiwu TRV TO i HOOT IT 0<->T" NOW,Vt)<J MOST STANO AWFou STluu 'CAuSfc *NOw X C0OU0A Swobs he wa"> Standih vucjht WERE" A, SECOND AtrO1, NE*T ISSUt: there- IS SUCH A. THINO AS waving- TOO MOCH WISDOM ' SUPERFLUOOb t-RAV MATTER G-£T* MIM N WRomc* •.! r City Election Soon DON'T TURN YOUR RACK on a Kood never had - money, rainy day friend—and y< >ra an.y better tl fAn Save it. for <(|l0 that is 8ur <, to jnwNp: come. A man with r /jortey alw...

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

®l)t QLtxaz ittesquiter. ®"Rf0 LJ^rariut Cgph 'M By John E. Davis, MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914 Vol. XXXII No. 38 HUDSON, DAVIS & COMPANY, MESQUITE, TEXAS # r & 2^ W/-1 I ip A\ I *< ' '//////'a ■ < / V'/s/S ■p'M0 mfrji W. t **v i If (( iT BRAND SPRING DPEHIH6 Our_Store has been especially arranged • and flic Goods are Beautifully Displayed throughout every department AND DISPLAY Of New, Clean, Bright Mer- chandise, Purchased Espec- ially for This Season's Wear. We have been very successful in select- ing our spring merchandise this season, and our visits to the foremost fashion centers of America, enabled us to se- cure many wonderful values. We have on display at our store the greatest array of high-class merchandise, embracing a great number of the com- ing styles and the newest creations which will be popular this season. Individuality in a great many lines which we arc showing is our strongest feature, and it will repay you many times over to call and ma...

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

THE TEXAS MESQUITER lohn E. Davis, Editor and Prop. Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Subscription $1.00 Per Year Entered at the postofflce at Mesquite, Texas, as mail matter of the second-class. S ASSOC! A* Friday, March 20, 1914. We do not know how bad the cold weather damaged the fruit, but we do know that something has happened to the crop of candidates for Governor. The Memphis Commercial Ap- peal does not like prohibition at all, but it gets some consolation out. of the fact that while Mem- phis is dry, it is "the bigge*tj dry spot on earth." Col Jake Wolters says he es teems Chester H. Terrell and Sam Sparks very highly, but he thinks less of them than we do, when he rates them lower than Clarence Ousley as Democrats and candidates. If Sam Sparks is the candi- date of the "Constructive Demo- crats," against Tom Hall, the choice of the "Progressives," then it will be a case of making the Sparks fly and the Ball roll. And the Sparks will go out in July, while the Ball r...

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

THE TEXAS MESQUITER 'i | I B mm THERE'S A WILL MAEY EGBERTS I5WEHAE.T AUTHOR, OF- OYic* CIROULAJ^ SLOWER. TEN tv e, - J_| ■> / « ▼ J « J.'Vw Jk JUlX. i • ▼ - 4 AM i < * ILLUSTRATED ^ EDGAR BERT SMITH STAirHCA^E;. AA.A/V WHEN A. MAN IvlAT5.rtIE:S capyj?/oftr & 8C#B1 fn J 1 SYNOPSIS. Minnie, sprint; huuae girl at Hope sana- torium, telU tli atory. It opens with the arrival of Miss fatty Jenuinsa. who la re- ported to b* engaged to marry h pfines, •nd the d««U) ot the old doctor who owns thr sanatorium The estate la left to a ••apegraoe grandson. Dicky Carter, who must appear on a oertaln date and run the sanatorium successfully for two months or forfeit the Inheritance. A caae of mumps delays Dick's arrival. Mr Tho- burn la hoverliiK about In hopes of sp- ooring the place for a auminer hotel. Pierce. a college man In hard luck, la pre- vailed upon by Van Alstyne, Dlck'a broilt- er-lri law, to Impersonate the mlssiiiK heir and take charge of the sanatorium until i arler arrlv...

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

npiiBii ■ ■' nil- i„. ' THE TEXAS MESQUITER GOVERNOR HARRISON'S SILK HAT Former Representative Francf* Bur- ton Harrison, the newly appointed governor general of the Philippines, is already known In that part of the world an "the man with the hat," and has been made the object of a good deal of fun. It seems that while on bis way to Join his post he gave all sorts of elaborate directions, by means of wireless, about his official recep- tion on his arrival at Manila, and em- phasized In several of these communi- cations that he would wear for the occasion a cutaway coat, and "a high ■ilk hat," thus Indicating that he ex- pected American and native civilian dignitaries to be similarly garbed. Now high silk hats are virtually un- known In tlio Philippines, being (in- putted for the climate, the usual form of headgear being a pith helmet, such as Is worn by white people In the tropics. In fact, the only use made of high silk hats In the Philippines is to present them to petty sultans an...

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

r i ' ;▼▼▼▼▼▼ WW f WWWvVVWW WW ▼▼▼▼▼ ▼WVv ▼▼ WW f •▼▼W The Care of the Hair A healthy scalp promotes growth of the hair. Dandruff is not only disagreeable, aggravating and embarrassing, but it is dangerous. It means scalp disease and loss of hair. Many of your friends have found that a luxuriant growth of hair—soft and glossy—and free from dandruff results from the use of Nval's Hirsutone. Nvul's Hirsutone is not merely a hairwash, it is tonic —a food—delicately perfumed and pleasant to use. Nyal's Hirsutone should be on your dressing table— 50 cents and $1.00. The Palace Drug CULLOM tV PORTER, Props. >' Si ore MKSQUITK, TEXAS Local and Personal T. A. Smith unci wife and Miss Lelia Royal spent Sunday in Forney. J The extremely warm weather J. B. bow ell of Rylie, washeie we jiav0 enjoyed for the past week, nave way to a fresh Dallas, ther" Wednesday night. Saturday. J. O. Humphreys was here Sunday. Unl- et' \ pOORS URNITURE POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE MARRIED THURSDAY NIGHT J. Frank McK...

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