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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 June 1914

The Popular Book of the Season if m In the check hook, which is a sitfn of ii hunk account. It 1m iIij nccesMiuy provision for the future rainy day. We invite mar lied couplet) to deposit their uavin^s and surplus cash with us, and we offer them liberal intermit wilii perfect security. Ask your friends nitout our busi- ness methods and they will tell you how reliable we are. The First National Bank OF MES0U1TE J. C. RukgIi Bedford Galloway, R. S Kitnbrou^li, President. Vice ('resident. Cashier. A.J.Todd and family, former A. C. Jones uf Dallas, brother residents of Mesquite, but now: of Mrs. T. \V. Bovel!, was in of Leonard, came in Monday to Mesquite Tuesday and Wednes- visit friends and relatives at day visiting at the home of his Mesquite and Lawson. sister. An Indorsement OF A. A. COCKE Candidate For Judge of the County Court at Law Dallas County Democratic Primary, July 25 It is with much pleasure that we, the undersigned voters of Dallas County, indorse A. A. Cocke for the off...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 July 1914

•1*1 ''ai'/utt - Ca pi in She ®cko6 Jtlesquiter. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FFIDAY, JULY 3, 1914 Vol. XXXIII No. 1 3 FORMER MESQUITE ROY HEADS FAIR ASSOCIATION Hon. T. B. Ridgell B. C. Girdley is President of Midland County Fair and Fat Stock Association Drug Store Mo<Oiej: "A CLEAN SWEEP" We sweep into your view the fsct that we csrry • big line of toilet articles. Prices right. Quality first class. Toeth brushes, combs, nail requisites, perfumes, talcum powder and what not. You'll do wise to sweep them over with your eyes. CULLOM & PORTER Palace Drug Store MESQUITE, TEXAS Ilia Phonographs New Fiold By Joe Sappington. Not being satisfied with shat- tering our nerves during office hours with its blatned noise, the phonograph is about to enter the sacred precincts of our homes, and by its deceitful lying, array our wives and mother-in-laws against us. The most contempti- ble being on the lace of the earth is the man or woman who will deliberately disturb the do- mestic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 July 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITEB lohn 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. gouNfy ASSOCJA Friday, July 3, 1914. Two of our correspondents prophesy a rain for the Fouth. Here's hoping they make good. Champ Clakk says that wom- an's suffrage is as inevitable as sunrise. And he is correct. It is coming. Chas. b. White has with- drawn again from the race foi Comptroller, lie ought to have made his first withdrawal stick. We agree to the suggestion of the Dallas Evening Journal that Mount Lassen, the California volcano, be turned loose on Jack Johnson. It is evident that it will take more than a "white hope'' to put him out. The Mbsquiteh believes all the Attorney General alleges against the "Business Men's Association." We have consid- erable proof, in the form of un- used plate matter furnished us free by this organization. It is political matter and rotten i...

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

^mm ■m THE TEXAS MESQUITER it MD1 JQNE5 FROM TAE PLAY OT GEORGE M.COflM EDWARD mRSttALL WITH PHOTOGRAPHS TRCW 3CENC3 IN IHC PLAY corrtt/crrr, mj.or ewounf*a/tancx>/wmnr SYNOPSIS. Jackson Jonea, nicknamed "Broadway" fcpcausi! of hl« continual glorification of New York's great thoroughfare. Is anx- ious to Ket away from his home town of Joneavllle. Abner Jones, his _yncle, 1m very angry because Broadvray refuses to settle down and take a place In the gum factory In which ho succeeded to his father's interest. Judge Spotswood In- forms Broadway that 1250.000 left him by his father Is nt his disposal. Broadway makes record time 111 heading for Ills favorite street In New York. With his New York friend, Robert Wallace, Broad- way creates a sensation by his extrava- gance on the White Way. Four years pass anil Broadway suddenly discovers that ho Is nrtt only broke, but heavily In «Jebt. He quietly seeks work without mio- oess. Broadway becomes engaged to Mrs. Gerard, an ancient widow, ...

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

«• ■vfiL Iff THE TEXAS MESQUITER AIR REQUIRED OXYQKN IS DOUBLY IMPORTANT DURING THE NIQHT. Many Advantage* 8e«n In Uaa of Open Front Houae—Scratching Shed la Kapt Dry During Wet Weath- er—Hena Keep Clean. How it ever came to happen that chickens came to be confined In small, close, Ill-ventilated houses during the long hours of night, it is hard to Im- agine. Perhaps it was the result of man's •Sort to domesticate the wild fowls. H« had to make many changes in the babita of the birds, and It was natural for him to do so along the lines of his convenience and in Imitation of his own conditions. If he and his family spent the night indoors with as little fresh air as pos- sible admitted Into the rooms, why was not that the proper plan to pur- rue with his hens? Oxygeu is needed even more at night than In the daytime, and a chick- en's night Is a long affair, especially during the winter time, when It goes to bed at 4:30, and Is up at 6:30 or 7 a. m. 8o If fresh air Is Important, It ce...

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

► ' Attention, Auto Owners We have on hand a full line of the cel- ebrated Fisk tires and tubes and can sell you as cheap as Dallas prices, also a line of the highest ignition spark plugs, greas- es, oils and gasoline. We have a new steam vulcanizer and can vulcanize your tubes, fix your motor, do all kinds of repair work, and guaran- tee our work to stand. Try us. MESQUITE GARAGE ED D. PASCHALL, Proprietor. GOODMAN and FRAYARD Barbers and Laundry Agents HOT AND COLD BATHS We will appreciate your patronage and we strive to please. Free dressing room for ball teams. 1 Local and Personal. Murray Humphreys Bonham Sunday. was in Miss lna Walker is visiting in McKinney this weetf. ^ S. P. Lively (if Grand Prairie, I and Irby Walton of Kleburg, were in town Wednesday. 1 Mrs. Alice Snyder and son are in Athens this week visiting her mother, Mrs. Gassett. Charlie Cole and family of Dallas, were in Mesquite Sun- J. M. Evans of Orphans Home, ! day. the guest of relatives. was here Wednesday. ...

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

Fortunes Wheel does not always turn your way, anil when she seeum to smile most in most treacherous and in always Mclflo in <1 in|>«>nain^ her favors. Don't depend u |> o u chancu, but tako time by the forelock and save apart of your weekly earning, and when for- tune frowns most you can snap your Anders in her faee when you have a suui; account in The First National Bank OF MESQU1TE J. C. RnRel, Bedford Galloway, R. S kirabrough, President. Vice President. Cashier. Public Speaking Tomorrow. At New Hope tomorrow (Sat- urday) afternoon at 2:00 o'clock and at Mesquite at 4:00 o'clock, Senator J. C. McNealus, candi- date for re-election; Dwiglit L. Lewellintf, .las, A. Plorer and other Legislative candidates will address the voters in behall of their respective candidacies, and it is to be hoped that the voters will be out to hear them. At Scyene Announcement is made that the precinct candidates will Bpeak at Scyene on Saturday. July 11, at the W. O. W. picnic. The county c...

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

al,c Jtlesqniter. 8UU LlbiarJaa C*pJt0 By John E. Dav is. MESOU1TE, TEXAS, FPIDAY, JULY 10, 1^14 Vol.XXXIII No. 2 SEMI-ANNUAL EIGHT DAY JULY CLEARING SALE STARTS FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 10TH, 1914 Ft-fr THE MORE THIS STORE DOES THE MORE IT CAN DO, AND WILL Our July Clearing Sale is going to be bigger and better than ever, greater quantities, greater varieties, greater values will be the winning features. Desirable, dependable, fashionable merchandise at wonderfully low prices. Just when most in demand. Every item a representative bargain. We must make room for our fall stock soon to arrive. STAPLES, STAPLES 15 Yds. 36 inch Bleach Domestic, no starch, at $,100 15 yd. 36 inch Brown Domestic special val. at 1,00 9-4 Pepperell Sheeting bleached 30c value at 25c 10-4 Pepperell Sheeting bleached 35c value 27 1-2C 20 yds. good grade Calico, all colors - 1.00 Big line of 10 and 12 l-2c Ginghams all colors 9C Our 25c 32-inch Zephye* Gingham at - 19c SUMMER DRESS GOODS All 25c Lawns, Organ (I ie...

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

THE TEXAS MESQUITER fohn E. Davis, Editor and Prop. Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Subscription $1.00 Per Year Entered at the postofTice at Mesquite, Texas, as mail matter of the second-class. as.COU/VVw- ASSOClfc Political fnnouncemetns. The follow'.ng announcements are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election, July 25, 11)14: Friday, July 10, 1914. SPEED the day when the name of Huerta will not occupy front page position in the newspapers- Governor Colquitt's inter- est in the election of Mr. Fer- guson is apparent. He wants the help of tho next Governor in his race for the United States Senate. It is said that excitement over the Governor's race is so intense in Cameron that half a dozen list tights have resulted, flow un- fortunate that people should lose their heads over politics this hot weather, If Attorney General Looney waited to get the consent of the parties against whom he has evi- dence of violations of laws and their partisians and supporters, no su...

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

I ®l)t ®e*as Jtlesqniter. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FP1DAY, JULY 10, 1914 Vol.XXXIII No. 2 Drug Store Mo-dies: "THE BORROWED MATCH" Some chaps always borrow their matches—and sometimes their smokes. That's habit. Suppose, friend, you get the habit of buying your cigars and cigarettes and tobacco from us. We'll throw in the matches. CULLOM PORTER Palace Drug Store MES QUITE. TEXAS NO POISON IS FOOND IN THOMAS' STOMACH Investigation of Manner of His Death Has Been Dropped On Thursday of last, week, just after the Mesquiter was off the press, advices were received here to the effect that the chem- ist who performed an autopsy on the body of the late A S. Thomas, and made an analysis of the contents of his stomach, had reported that he lound no traces of poisoning in the stom- ach except the small amount of carbolic acid used by the under taker in embalming the body. Prior to this report, the Dallas I county grand jury had examined several witnesses, in an effort to learn the e...

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

Community Cooperation Copyrighted Firm and Ranch-Holland's Magazine Many of you complain about the poor shopping facilities of your home town, but did it never occur to you that you are to a large measure responsible for this lack? Your local stores are dependent upon the patronage extended by you and other com- munity consumers. If you and your neighbors send your orders away, how can you expect your stores to be up to the mark? No merchant can improve his busi- j ness without the co operation of his patrons. Furthermore, when you send your money out of town for goods, you are taking it away from your own commu- nity interests,—your schools, churches and public welfare. Every dollar you expend at home is an investment for your own good, and that of your families, as it helps to make up the tinan cial integrity of a community. You may argue that you spend so 'ittle money that your "mite" will not be missed, but let me assure you that you are mis- taken. It is the little grains of sa...

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

THE TEXAS MESQUITER i SPOTS MADE FAMOUS IN WA HISTORY 71ax> vhbx midi#® gatkzlvp) /Q/? tvawkzahm, yfOw qu&xmw.amm "* • r-triifi iniifm 1 '-^1? ^ sahuas ~t&j>arry~2aatfrarpa5rar sumtzf jsat7zz foszd of 3uxkzi? hizj, . v* v,;< *Wlt« b STAND YOUR CROUfefc >;*>*:%J|L 0ONT" riRC UNLESS flR£{> UPON ,1 BUT /f THCV Ml"AN TO HAVf A WAR S* - ML L E T IT BECfN HE Rfc ' . \v>4> . .-^mK vh£7&njijra7?fl& i&j13ta/kz to gx&lt brmist took piacj- smx/r j3i?n>ez, ?ras5. O PERPETUATE the memory Tof mighty deeds on the field of battle and of epochal events which have led to the changing of governments and of the boundary lineB In our geographies and to arouse In the minds of succeeding gen- erations the spirit of patriot- ~4 ism which Inspired our fore- fathers to accomplish these deeds, tablets and monuments of various kinds have been placed on the sites of those historic events. In the United States Boston, New York, Phila- delphia and many other plac...

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

Emft* $ KACW JOiCS FROM T/VE PLAY Or GEORGE M.COrtM SYNOPSIS. Jackson Jones, nlcknamod "Uroadway" because of hl continual glorification ot New York's great thoroughfare, Is anx- ious to ret away from his home town of Jonesvlile Abner Jones, his uncle, 1h very angry because Broadway refuses to settle down and take a place In the gum factory in which he succeeded to his father's Interest. Judge Bfkotswood in- forms Broadway that I2CO.OOO left him by his father Is at his disposal. Broadway makes record time In heading for his favorite street In New York. With his New York friend, Robert Wallace. Broad- way creates a sensation by his extrava- gance on the White Way. Four years pass and Broadway suddenly discovers that he Is not only broke, but heavily In debt. He quietly seeks work without suc- cess. Broadway becomes engaged to Mrs. Gerard, an ancient widow, wealthv and very giddy. . Wallace learns that Broad- way Is brnge and offers him a position with his father's advertising firm, bu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 July 1914

STEWARTS Normal Music School W.A.STEWART, Principal. Session for 1914 will be held at Mesquite, Texas, July 27, to continue seventeen days. Mr. Stewart is a graduate from the Patton Musical Institution and is an author and composer of music. He is also an associate author of some ten or twelve gospel song books. He has broken the record in teaching at one place, having taught nine terms at Lawson, Dallas county, Texas. He has had about twenty years experience as a teacher. He seeks to teach the art of reading music intelligently and with- out the aid of an instrument. BRANCHES TAUGHT.—Sight reading, ear training, voice culture harmony, musical composi- tion, rudiments, notation, methods of teaching and evangelistic singing. GOODMAN and FRAYARO Barbers and Laundry Agents HOT AND COLD BATHS We will appreciate your patronage and we strive to please. Free dressing room for ball teams. r -A Local and Personal. fi W. W. Walker went to Port Worth Satuiday, to attend the Shriners' meeting. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 July 1914

PATENT MEDICINES By Joe Sappington. i y _ —i i . in i_i ■ .. ii'* dcnnocrnts drul morn hern '<1 my churcb that are using I'o runa oo tin <]ea<l quiet with splent* id results. Tb o best tiling ubnut Pt zui a is r'mvt exhiieratiru; after effect or, a man. I never tnke a <ios'! of it but wlrat 1 have hii uncontrolnOle de aire to no forth and tij 'iit s. me- body. sing a song, run a foot race or stand on my head, and my neighbors tell me it lias the san e effect on their systems. What reductions do jou allow members of the Farmers' Union on Pea una by the barrel and we furnish the barrelV Hoping that vou will give my testimonial and picture a place| right up by the warm side of j some reigning monarch, 1 beg to remain yours cordially, JOE SAPP1NGTON. Now, in all candor, what was the matter with that testimonial? Just because I am a poor, strug-' gling man with but one wife and two children, is no reason why 1 should have been ignored in this cold blooded way. Put the worm ha...

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

®l)t ®exae JHcsqniter. 3^tc Librarian Capital By John E, Davis. Drug Store Mo-dtes: "A MANS BEST FRIEND" It's his pipe. There are pipes and pipes. A man doesn't make a best friend every day. Neither does he buy a pipe every week. When he does buy one he wants the right kind, and the right kind of tobacco. We keep ail kinds. CULLOM & PORTER Palace Drug S(ore MES QUITE, TEXAS - ^ Local and Personal. J| J. A. Grubbs of Scyene, was here Tuesday. Miss Christine Wilfong of Den- ton, was the guest of Mrs. H. E. Hudttins several days this week. J. G. Bodine's new home is nearing completion and ho will move into it one day next week. Quite a number of Mesquite people attended the W. O. W. picnic and tish fry at Scyene Saturday. M. S. Miles and family of Rice, were guests Saturday and Sun- day at the home of Mrs. Mile's brother, A. O. Allen. Eruest Gross, after taking his vacation of several days, has re- turned to his post of duty at Hudson, Davis & Co. Misses Etha and Hanna Reagin o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 July 1914

THE TEXAS MESQUITER lohn E. Davis, Editor and Prop. Political Announcsmetns. The following announcements are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election, July 25, 1914: For Congressm^n-at-Large. JEKK: MCLKMOKE. Published Every Friday at Mesquite, Texas Subscription $1.00 Per Year For Congress, 5th District Entered at the postofflce at! Hatton W. Sum neks. Mesquite, Texas, as mail matter T. B. Ridqell. of the second-class. I' — For State Senator, 5th District: J. C. McNesalus. I W. Grbqoky Hatcher. 1 For Representative, Place No. 3: I John E. Davis. For Judge 68th District Court: ASSOCJA Friday, July 17, 1914. And where is Leopold Mor- ris* Goodbye Huerta, 'ysolf. take keer W. F. Whitbhuust. J. C. Roberts (Re-election -ml elective term.) For Judge County Court at Law: Curtis P. Smith. T. A. Work. A. A. Cocka Just one more week for the political prophet and—liar. One week more will tell the Btory whether it's to be Tom Ball or high ball. W. A. Ciiatteuton, the man who withdrew f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 July 1914

THr lulu St E Met of 1 TPV t « mcoqihtfb Pnlitlnal Annminp.flmatn< nni rns.i nan I.AWSON LOCAL&K J. 1 ll'j UALJiAfl UJVll-i I I m-rmrmr $ t ris ( 'ys pn \ SU B • G< pa in U cl to ci hi ai tl b C c s * c ii a 1 o n C t t a I ■ GreatHarvestSale-4 0-Day BargainCarnivi Begins Friday Morning, July 17th, at 9 a. m., Rain or Shine This big event will come off. This is the sale you've been waiting for. The knife of reduction has visi every department and great slaughtering prevails. All over the house prices have been slashed beyc recognition. Thousands of dollars worth of Summery iWlerchandise must move, and with the prices have marked them the 10-days selling will make deep holes in these stocks. Come while lines are compie To This, the King of AH Sales, the Mighty Purchasing Power of Your Dollar Will Do Double Dl BE ON HAND EARLY—You'll find the usual enormous crowds that respond to our advertisements. Tl sale for cash only. Positively no goods charged at these prices. SAM DYST...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 July 1914

i I au- ar- j na^ i 5<* : The Transmission of Money in any form exoept a check or druft i« risky and expensive. Currency or coin once lost or stolen is seldom recovered. A lost or stolen check can be ttop- ped without any loss at all. A check on the First National Hank can be mailed for two cents To transmit the cash it repre- sents would cost many times that. Why not save an well as be safe? The First National Bank OF MESQU1TE J. C. Rugel, Bedford Galloway, R. S. Kimbrough, President. Viee President. Cashier. Local and Personal D J. C. Harwood of Scyene, was here Wednesday. J. M. Evans of Orphans Home, was here yesterday. M. A. Umphressof near Pleas- ant Mound, was here Tuesday. M i9S Ruby McPherson of Cleburne, is the guest ()f Mrs. E. W. Martin. Miss Ena Berry left today for Melissa to spend several days with friends P. W. Cullom, better known as "LThcle Peter," was here from Dallas Tuesday. Sam Vanston has recently pur- chased an automobile—beg par- don, it is a Ford car Miss...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 July 1914

Two Weeks' Sale Begins Friday, July 17, closes Saturday night, August 1. Men's Suits and Extra Trousers. $17.50 All Wool, plain or fancy serge suits, Overloaded Sale price, vour choice $16 00 All wool plain or fancy serge suits $15.00 All wool plain or fancy serge suits $12.50 All wool plain or fancy serge suits $10.00 All wuol plain or fancy serge suits $0.00 Trousers $5.00 Trousers $4.00 Trousers $3.00 Trousers $2.50 Trousers $2.00 Trousers Overloaded $1075 9.65 8.50 6.95 4.45 3.45 2.95 2.35 OF GOODS YOU NEED RIGHT NOW: For Cash Only Remember the date—July 17 to August 1. Summer Wash Goods Pretty dainty things, lowor in price than ever before. Lawns, Voiles, Crepes, all go in at these prices: 50c dress goods per yard 35c 85c dress goods per yard 22c 25c dress goods per yard 17c 15c dress goods per yard 10c 12 l-2o dress goods per yard 9c 10c dress goods per yard 8c 800 yards 6$c and 7ic lawns at, per yard 4c We want to reduce our stock; in order to do so we offer the buying public...

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