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

Consolodated Statement of The First National Bank OF MESOU1TE at the close of business March 4th, 1914. RESOURSES Loans and discounts .... $129,160,59 1 Cotton Bills of Exchange.. 10,770.25 I U. S. Bonds Banking House, Furniture | and Fixtures 9,400.00 r Other Real Estate 6,113.05 ) Cash in Bank 11,801.40 Cash with other Banks and U. S. Treasury 24,814.22 LIABILITIES Capital. Stock, Surplus and Undivided Profits Circulation Dkposits Cashier's Checks $139,936.84 ... 25,000.00 .. 15,513.65 ... 36,615.68 $ 217,066.17 . 63,682.80 25,000.00 127,97537 408 00 $ 217,0(50.17 J. C. Rugel, S. B. Marshall, R. S. kimbrough, President. Vice President. Cashier From the Arkansas Traveler Dallas, Texas, Route No, 3. Will the preat swift wintrer, messenger The Mesquiter, and its readers try a few grins and groans with Arkansaw Traveler? The Krass is getting green and the birds are chirping and sing- ing songs and the farmers can be heard whistling that sweet tune that diives away the blues. They have...

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

: i ■1 : 1 m K I I w IB 1 $cxas Suttw Llbruilun Cupltel By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1914 Vol.XXXlI No. 39 Fits Our Climate Lincoln Climatic Paints are made to withstand the weather conditions of this locality. They will wear better and give more service because they have been tried and tested, not only at the factory, but right here where they are to be used. Every Lincoln Paint or Finish is carefully tested no matter whether it be Lin-Co-Lac tor floors or furniture and woodwork, or Lincoln Walamo for finishing your walls and ceilings with a sanitary wash- able finish, or Lincoln Floor Paint for brightening up the flcors and lightening the work of the tired house- wife. Ask for our free painting book, "Home Pain- ing Jobs.' The Palace Drug Store CULLOM & PORTER, Props. • MESQUITE, TEXAS ♦* « OFFICERS PLEAD GUILTY STOCK LAW ELECTION SENTENCE IS SUSPENDED FOR PRECINCT NO. 4 Cases Against Tom Sewcll, Will Likely B« Held in Near Mesquite Constable, Are Dismi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 March 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. WAITING FOR PATTY By T. B. EATON. U\..AS S°}JrvT\ Friday, March 27, 1914. For once we aj ree with Mr. Ousley. His withdrawal from the race for Governor was wise. The appointment of Hon. Cone Johnson of Texas as So- licitor for the State Department at Washington, has evoked fa- vorable comment of practically the entire press of the State. It is recognized thai Mr. Johnson, brilliant and able lawyer that he is, is admirably tiitted for the position. W. A. Chattekton of Waco, announces his withdrawal from the race for Governor, giving as his reason the fact that he was disqualified because of his failu re to obtain a poll tax receipt. Mr. Chatterton seems to be appro priately named, but since it is known that lie is not a votin'g citizen, we trust he will be able to keep quiet for awhi...

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

I THE TEXAS MESQUITER !) i if ! BROADW JOC5 . c^>cd\v5\rd]v\ar5hall with photographs Ifrom m play or george m.coi\m\ FR0HLS.lrlltiL&iI CHAPTER I. Back of the massed red brick and •clapboard buildings forming, in Jones- vllle, Conn., th« extensive group de- moted to the manufacture of Jones' Pepsin Qum, vai the abandoned power house, wherein were housed the water- "wheels which once had furnished force to drive the factory's machinery. The Htream'a diminishing flow, the in- creased needs of the business, and the economy of steam all had militated to- ward industrial abandonment of the old building. Small boys never flshed there, for tha sluice-waters were too swift, loaf era never idled there, for the watch- men of the mills were too strict in their guardianship; but lovers some- times wandered there, of moonlight nights; and In the afternoons, when the academy sessions had ended, "Broadway." really named Jacksou Jones, but nicknamed "Broadway" be- cause of his continual glori...

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

* m"' fo ■■ ■*$ ■■■ THE TEXAS M ESQ U ITER BOf IIP TO NECK III PITCH RESCUED GHOST OF A TRAPPER HAUNTING A CANYON Wedding Gowns for Easter Brides Rescuer, a Life Saver, Also Near- ly Sinks in Well of Sticky Fluid. Weird Figure of Bear's Victinr, Seen by Arizona Boys- Horses Enchanted. William*. Aril—In Wilson canyon, souf heast of William*. U an uncanny spot wherein horses shy and bolt from terror* heretofore Invisible to the hur inan eye. At least three wagons have CLOTHES TORN OFF been wrecked there by runaways that ■ started without npparent cause. Hilt [ at last n veritable ghost has been ma- terialized on the unshaken testimony of two young residents of the locality, | Wright Clark and "Tex" Own by. They say that on a recent Sunday evening about dusk they were riding down the Wilson canyon trail when their horses became frightened, snort- ing and prancing In terror. The boys looked to the right and saw, emerging from behind a Juniper tree, the form of a man at least six feet In...

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

, A I I > ■ Wednesday April 1,1914 , The first issue of the DALLAS EVENING JOURNAL by A. H Helo A- Co., publish ers of the Dallas News, will make its atipearance. The name of the publishers is a guarantee that the Kven ing Journal will be a news- paper, not only newsy, but absolutely reliable. The price of the Evening Journal, delivered to your home in Mesquite every even- ing will be 35c per Month Single Copies, 2 cents Of course, you want to be- gin with the lirst issue, so telephone your name to the i\lesquiter office. We also take subscriptions for mail delivery to those not living in town. The price by mail is 510c per month; 85c for y months; $1.05 for 6 months; $3.25 per year. Send in your subscription to the under- sinned at once and start with the lirst copy, Wednesday, April 1. JOHN E. DAVIS, Agent anil circulator for Mosquito. f % Local and Personal, I .J / N. A. Holley was in Forney Tuesday. Irby Walton of Kleburg, was he^e Wednesday. S. P. Lively of Grand Prairie, wa...

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

j'iltfei m IDOtNOS. OF THE VAN LOONS i JWJT cam r yow HOW PERFECTLY 1 KRS .M* lqoH V. , r WAK-r TO AiK AOyice ' KOM YOW TMIi II arRlCTLY CONFlPENTlM. V«o KNOW I utad a VERY u>N*Sona LIFE , BYT I AM ALWAYS MAVINC syck rtAW>v DM:AH5 ABOWT A HUSBAND AND HOME PAN AFTtH KAPPV I AM DAV , NICJHf AFTEK NC.MT WHEN I D«eAN| OF HAVING A LOVING HUSBAND TO CAfcfl) ME AND A COZi MOMC TO BE. MUTRfcSS OF NOW IT IS LfcAPJytAft, MH'. VAN LOON, AMD I WANT 70 ASK YOU THE! Pd I f\ TUN* I'LL MAVC T USt-P THE. GlUl. TO U T A HUJBAND know >n ►*«, i t^uesi y' I POOR OLD If I SHOULD TAKtADvAN-- THE OPPOOTWNiry <JoR.L. -SHE DOESN'T **>* Y 6. KCAL HAW MAKfci£D UFe 'gBmnumm n Father should remember that Listeners don't always hear what thev w&ti , 'And 1eu 3A> iou A*.e_ Always vri D^EAMIMC, OF A HUSBAND ANP HOME-.'J OM//E5.' IP ICAULD C«LV T6.LC YOU OF- MY CHKAM U««J AND DRK.AM Kl5SG I^AWD , MY DREAM PALACES / OH JOV.' 3 v*ny 46.T mI WAKE UP? nS inn ! Sit Down and Figure Up how many disput...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 April 1914

®l)t (Texas Jftesquiter. SUlu L.' ruilan Cayltal 1 By John E. Davis. MESOUITE TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1914 Vol.XXXII No. 40 BALL VS. FERGUSON Pros Selected Ball, and Ferguson Picked Self. No More Shabby Furniture Furniture will get shabby; floors and woodwork become stained, marred and scratched. These sur- faces can be made new, or they may be changed to correct imitations of oak, walnut, mahogany and other expensive woods, by using / Lincoln Lin-Co-Lac A quart can will cover 7.5 square feet of surfact, two coats—enought for a table and a set of chairs. We can furnish this, or any Linct In Paint or Varnish, in cans of convenient sizes for any job—large or small—indoors or outdoors. Call on us for information. The Palace CULLOM & PORTER, Props. Drug Store MESQUITE, TEXAS THE OLD TIME WAGON CIRCUS By Joe Sappington. (Continued from last week.) | circus there would have been one absent mourner—I would have been at the show. I have al- ways been a liberal contributor lo every circu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 April 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. _L,\ s_.co OC\*V°- " Friday, April il, 1914. Fort Wokth has liad four men to announce and then with- draw from the race for Governor, viz. Hanger, Lane, Uraswell und Ousley. And there is time for other Tarrant county citizens to follow their example before the nomination of Tbos H. Ball, in July. Houston will win the pennant this year. Perhaps not in base ball, but with TOM BALL. Congress gave Champ Clark the glad hand just to show that they realized that he had a right to differ with the President on the tolls question, and then voted with ihe President,both of which acts we applaud. Fore the period of legislative rest we are enjoying now, the people of Texas can thank a majority of the members of the Legislature, and not the Gover- nor. The latter offered to call a special session...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 April 1914

■ mOTsMBpSerl (l\ THE TEXAS MESQUITER —B mmm jqn d <&■ EDWARD MARSHALL FPOMTAT PLAY or GEORGEM.COAAN SYNOPSIS. Jackson Jcinf*, nicknamed "Broadway" tMK'HUM)' of IiIh roiittnual glorlflc&tlou of N'w York's great thoroughfare, t« am- Joijb to n't away from b*c Sr-riia town of Jori v1i[>\ Abner June*. hi* uncle. In ver\ angry beeuuao Hroadway refuses to settle down und take a place In the (um factory In which ho succeeded to hla father'* Interest. CHAPTER II.—Continued. Back of Whipple's drug store was the unofficial clubroom of the gayer youth of Jonesville, who demanded something less sordid than the two grim saloons or the tavern barroom. To the drug store Broadway retreated lie found it more than usually ani- mated. While he had been in the se- clusion of Judge Spotswood's study one of the rare, dramatic episodes which Jonesvllle ever Knew had come to pass—being Imported from the out- er world, of course. A tourlug car had taken at too high a speed, a "thank ye ma'aui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 April 1914

.•;«r W f THE TEXAS HESQUITER . RECORDS OF PLAYERS t ' - HUSKY TASKS THAT CONFRONT * AMBITIOUS YOUNGSTERS. CAREER OF CICOTTE OF THE WHITE SOX George Gibson of Pittsburgh Worked In 140 Consecutive Game* During Season of 190ft—Other In- teresting Figure*. ■'1 f Rm'ti season ball player* Individual- ly aii 1 a* * t< *ru start out with the of smashing some of tk<> v>IJ records and establishing new one* for themsflw* Here are a few A tb records -t:\ken from Spalding's > Ouuto—which show the rather e.ifckkr that confronts the play- ers >C this era who have record- brnokMm ambitions fa 1M9 George Gibson, the Pirate curlier, worked in 140 consecutive ■Maes. In July 1908. Roger Bresna- h u. thea with the ClantB, did not have an assist or put out in a ten-la- mug game. An average of .890 for the WHHoa was turned in In 1904 by Joe Xugden of the Browns, In 1906 by Jack O'Connor of the Browns, In 1907 by Prank Bowerman of New York, In 1909 by Forrest Cad.v of the Ked Sox and al...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 April 1914

•vi I i / j n ■>. DALLAS EVENING JOURNAL by A. H lielo A Co., publish- ers of the Dallas News, will make its aopearance. The name of the publishers is a guarantee that the Even ing Journal is a news- paper, not only newsy, but absolutely reliable. The price of the Evening Journal, delivered to your home in Mesquite every even- ing will be 35c per Month Single Copies, 2 cents We also take subscriptions for mail delivery to those not living in town. The price by mail is tfOc per month; 85c for 3 months; $1.65 for 6 months; $3.25 per year. Send in your subscription to the under- signed at once and start with the lirst copy, Wednesday, April 1. JOHN E. DAVIS, Agent an>l circulator for Mesquite. Prank Ellis a;,d W. A. Wade of New Hope, were here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Knapp visited relatives in Kaufman Sunday. A son was born to Thos. Jones and wife on April 1. It should be stated, however, that the Thos. Jones here referred to is not T. M. Jones, the proud fath er of fourteen...

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

Even If It comes to the worst, Father will te at the opening game DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS /otiiues that I WANT SOME. NR.VV JHlKIVlAli ri ONE IN a WHITE AMD HVJVt i Iklli <im AHUPP* Slpe^KiU. ANl> INSC_T4 0*~ t-Ut ON COI-I—AfC-i VW It-UPM 'J V6i I7 WflULB Be V6i I THINk A iVIT 0 nXowN T£AU D£ SoukiS, WITH Tt4E C'OAT UMiNti OLD CiOUfr BXOCAOf* Wll-L 06 IT KWiilA^ BtOUife B.PFOCT Of SCOTCH TWteo WITH PE^SIA'J "TRIMMINGJ ■*•> & AEO UNiNtf SHo^LP 8f ■MOHi.0 -WINftEA MAIS NICfc TO £&T ShOfti flioiNC 7« derj TO MATCH mothekJ sun: ,/jUvt a plain CjAKLfaN BCHtCT. DON T THINK AN OKCHAAt> F6CT VWOUI.0 BE- / n WIFTTItS' A. WAV* 0"Jt "S "THINR I HAVEN 7 FULl-Y MAOH. \JC Ml#0 VB7 <f(KAC£ ' YE 4 AMD Csl-ovei TOOJ HOW ABVUT TMI-- OF MINE A ttCPOACKLm "GAtfE ' ' . THAT'4 Alt-MCN vei n WOlAl), WlT SN6 71AN I-US r\** c« n*a i MWT y u Go OM WITU YOUK SAiTE-R PLXHS, I HAVb TrtE- PRiC-SL TK6 OPRNIMC L^AM& Hlt> A\*Ay 5A.FE PRBCAU7ICKS /and COVER IT NictuV' US7EN TC> that S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 April 1914

®ljc QJexas JHesijtriter. Stai*) Librarian Capitol I -( V By John E. Davis. MESQUITE TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1914 Vol. XXXII No. 41 LINCOLN W. L. CURTIS ANNOUNCES FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY This map shows the United States divided into four climatic zones. Paint must he made to fit the climate in which it is to be used. Faint for Florida won't do for Colorado or Arizona. When you buy Lincoln Climatic Paint yOu can be sure it is exactly suited for this locality. It will not crack, check or peel with the various changes of weather, because it's made especiall to withstand this climate. We have a booklet which tells all about Lincoln Climatic Paints, also a booklet telling how you can do the "Home Painting Jobs," yourself. Ask for these books—they are free. The Palace Drug Si ore CULLOM & PORTER, Props. • MESQUITE, TEXAS CALOMEL IS A FORM OF DEADLY MERCURY SOME FORTUNES I HAVE MADE By Joe Sappington. I have come within an inch of making at least a dozen eollossal fortunes within the last...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 April 1914

MMttfM THE TEXAS MESQUITER fohn 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. ASSOC!* Friday, April 10, 1914. THE FEE SYSTEM. "The foe system must go," is the cry being echoed from one end of this sta'e to the other. The late Representative Livley of Dallas county was a pioneer advocate of the abolishment of the fee system, but he got little encouragement, either at home or in the Legislature. The edi- tor of this paper, who succeeded Mr. Lively in the Legislature, took up the work there where he laid it down. In the Thirty Second Legislature we intro- duced substantially the same bill offered during the former session by Mr. Livley and we were the only member on the committee to whom it was re ferred who favored the bill or any bill, having for its purpose the abolishment of or amending the fee system. However, we took the matter up again during the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 April 1914

. THE TEXAS MESQU1TER \ Making Tomorrow s World= By WALTER WILLIAMS, LL.D. (Dmn I In Sthoola/Jounmllun cj I hi Ui.tmruty <J Aftuwi/i) "ONE MAN, ONE VOTE" Milan, Italy.—Is more democracy the cure for democracy? Certainly the trend In European countries Is toward the trial of the prescription. The demand for an ex- tension of the suffrage Is confined to no nation, but may be heard from Great Britain to Greece, from big Kus- sla, where the desire Is for a duma chosen by a genuinely popular vote, to little Portugal, where the slight semblance of a republic seeks to hold power by permitting all men to vote who vote the ticket of the republic. Italy GeU Manhood Suffrage. In Italy, where this letter is writ- ten, the most colossal experiment In the extension of the suffrage Is hav- ing Its first trial. The electoral law, passed by the late chamber of depu- ties, raises the number of voters In Italy from 3,319,200 to 8,762,250, an Increase of more than five million. Under the new law Ita...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 April 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER WOMM JQNT5 ^ EDWARD ]v\AR5JiALL with photographs FROM m PLAY or GEORGE M.COflAN FR0HLfi> 'ISLSriX 8VNOP8I8. Jickaon JmtfM. nlcltnameil "Broadway" t« of liln I'Ontlmml glorlflt-Btlon of Mow Vork'a great thoroughfare. t anx- oua to Bet away from hla hotce town of •IniiltHvUie. At mu Jonea, hla unci', la very angry because Broadway refuara to « tile down and take a place In the gum factory In which he succeeded to Ida fallier'a tntereat. Judge 8p"ti wuod In- fiirmi Broadway thai 1260,000 left hlin by hla fattier la at hla dlapoaal. Broadway niakra record rime In heading for hla favorite atroot l« New York. CHAPTER III.—Continued. A year passed. Broadway carried three hank accounts, two of them not very large and seldom checked upon. The third wu In New York's all-night fcanlc He kept busy. "I feel as If I '"•Klit to see the sun rise often." he explained. "Sunrises are so beauti- ful " ills Brut shock came « hen the All Night hank wrote htm i letter, asking ♦its t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 April 1914

UN K n* "i m ■ f i " " ■ — • • -** 7 OUR NEW SPRING SAMPLES are now on display and we invite you to call and see them. Cleaning, press i n g and repairing; white kid gloves and ladies' work specialty. JAMES G. NUNN MESQUITE, TEXAS Happy Hour Theatre $old. John Sell man lias sold the Happy Hour Theatre to J. l>. | Wilson, Jr., «>f Trenton, who tonic charge yesterday. Mr. Wilson will likely iiiovh to Mo- quite in the near future. Want Basket! for Judge. A petition is being circulated here and numerously signed, requesting Attorney A. S. Bas- kett of Dillas, to become a can- didate tor Judge of Criminal District No. 2 Judge W. L- Crawford, Jr., now presides over this court. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. r Local and Personal. D. E. Cole of Lawson, was here Wednesday, Thos. Lawson of Lawson was here yesterday. J. A. Allen of Rio Vista, was i here on business Tuesday. Judge Hiram P. Lively of Dal- las, was here on business Satur- day. Joe Rugel, who is attending school at Waxahachie, spent S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 April 1914

On© would almost suspect that as a rule Father hung on to his Cigars. DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS m lU HAvt 7 A IITTVE NCNSENte ' MOW AND TW6N li ME ksmeo 8y t«e 8£j7 of tsrrmn Git VAN IS ACTING STKA.NCE W«ATJ THfc MAT rtK. coy oa C;iruV f * T\M|Ni PEKHAPj' 6R PIP MMfiONR W(LC yoU A C«CUOMIHt' akul t vou ojittimi RECKLK.SS' | «• tH^NKl . rvi Jvvowf J 9 ' NtCKElo oh: AMD IMf DOCTOR TO*-C> I ShOWt-D A^OIP VnOKTh CP laugh ^C.N . | L L pwn on rms P^V C,V£ Tmosk. n'tkel V^£iaAR5 lit riL OM yveuLj THiVl— APKH--FOOL. NONJEN^F i) too 4iu-* fok. anvtminc anyhow: Ml; ONK (ocar, supper*, [ \D tsick. HAVE &. -TOM SHOCKS HAVE. A C'CAR BlU.! cigar (jacko [Ok ace. Some Fortunes I Have Made f |i A Bank Book Will Lighten | BANK BOOK the burden of earing for your money. Deposit' > our cash in the First National Hank iind you will not have t > nit and worry about its safety. Thieves don't steal batilt book*; and if fire destroys one, you don's lose anything, as you would if It was the cash it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 April 1914

®l)t Sexae Jtlcsqnitcc. State LlbriUV By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1914 Vol.XXXlI No. A; i i 4 ■ I /K Finished Like New Rough, shabby loors, or floors on which the tin- y isb is marred or stained, can be made like new with Lincoln Floor Paint Made especially to be walked on. Is ready for use, easy to put on—you can do it yourself—and dries quickly. The cost is trifling—only about 6 cents a square yard. Our "Home Fainting Jobs" booklet, free, gives you dozens of hints on home decoration. Will you ask for a copy when you call at our store? The Palace Drug Store srrirtx m- «*«*F- summers IS CALLED BY DEATH i b ______ CULLOM & PORTER, Props. MESQUITE, TEXAS SOME FORTUNES I HAVE MADE By Joe Sappington. (Continued from last week.) The very next summer after my eow's death, which had closed my career as a stockman, Bob Walker, Burt Wilson and I went into the wholesale bone business. Bob came over to my house one afternoon and told me of a scheme, whereby we coul...

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