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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 June 1909

/ V * Y New Illinois Senator Former Street Car Conductor. William Lorlmer Rose to Present High Post from Humble Begin- ning—Has Been in Congress for Several Years. Chicago.—The second native of England to be elected to the present United States senate is William Lori- raf mer of this city. The other is Senator /j* Sutherland of Utah. No one would ever suspect Senator Lorimer of being an Englishman, but he was born in in the city of Manchester, England, 48 years ago. Ho looks about 35, and acts as though he were about 25. He has been going to congress ever since the Fifty-fourth congress. His first two terms were from one Chicago dis- trict and the rest from another. This change in habitat was brought about by a little political necessity, another man having grabbed the nomination while Mr. Lorimer was not looking. Ha was not feazed by this little man- oeuvre, but promptly moved into the Sixth district and was nominated from that place. "He is a man of ability, character and force," ...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 June 1909

Horse Owners, Attention! Abner Bailey Reg. No. 43,192, standard bred. Terms of service, $20.00. rr Commodore Berry Is a grey horse. His sire was an imported French Coach and his dam an imported Norman, Fee $10.00 BillyBT Is a mamouth black Tennessee Jack with mealy markings. His colts show for themselves. Terms of service $10. Frank C. Is a black Jack and a good colt getter. Terms of service $7.00. The above stock will make the season at m> barn 2 blocks south of the depot in Mesquite. Fees are due when mares are known to be in foal, traded or sold. A. A. BROWN | Mesquite, - - Texas ^ ™™^^ sw\* I have just received two gross of horse collars which were bought for less than factory1 jcost. Am selling them at whole-; j sale price. J. E. Ratcliflf. i ! The harness man. Leader of low prices. 155 Commerce Street, ! Dallas, Texas. ! Markrum vs. Bean, ■ 8. H. Bean returned Saturday from Memphis, Tenn., where he had been attending the Reunion of Confederate Veterans. When told that Henry...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 June 1909

f c- I'-C x'X 'VA |on, A. in horn kin. ins- Id ay fain ind. ited ted on, .ted {. i k v n i; i * ■ V r \, , . ' V ' y ? .1 t ,:y\ JP ■; i ■ ®he ®c*( 0 Jtlesquiter. b John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 25,1909 Vol, XXVIII No. 52 ■MB 'ijHSSy The grist of bargains here presented are neither baits or mysteries, but mere- ly the evidence of our settled policy of giving our customers the best values in goods that are in season for their money. Buy them now while you can save money. WEEKLY GRIST OF BARGAINS Men's Pants The strongest line ever shown by us, including every good pattern and fabric for summer wear, all cut in the newest styles, full peg with or without cuffs, buckels on side. All wool, blue serge pants, 3.50 to $5.00 10 good styles in all wool worsted pants, prices 2.50 to $6.50 A big line of Men's medium priced pants in both light and dark pat- terns, stripes and checks, the best values to be had for the money, price 1.50. 1.75 and $2.00 A big line of kahki and pin c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 June 1909

BffiiliTOifmiTft.Ma -v T1. ■■■ ■ 'iim.tii THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Propw MESQTJITE, TEXAS Taken as a whole, It Is most un- tovely fruit that grows on the gaii* bling tree. Count Zeppelin is unkind to make lunk of a lot of Dreadnoughts before they are built. San Francisco probably would b« flad to trade its graft scandals for Se- attle's exposition. Texas onions are driving Bermuda onions out of the market, it being a case of strong competition. Kissing through a veil isn't worth while, says a popular lecturer. Why oot—If you can kiss clear through it? It may be all right asking the wom- en to remove their hats in church. But where in the world could they put em? The up-to-date Texas farmer who las bfg mules and sulky plows is right in the swim as a Joy rider these times. They may be a little too severely levere on the house fly nowadays, but he certainly Is a menace to bald Wealds. Earthquakes may not be any more numerous than they were in former centuries, but ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 June 1909

1 ! A- ^OGTXVE THANET THE MANy$<&J?OUR^s> C0rVA./GHT. /SOT SYNOPSIS The story opens at Harvard where Col. Rupert Winter, U. 8. A., visiting, saw the •ulclde of young Mercer. He met Cary Mercer, brother of the cjead student. Three years later, In Chicago. In 1906, Col. Winter overheard Cary Mercer ap- parently planning to kidnap Archie, the colonel'* ward, and to gain possession of Aunt Rebecca Winter's millions. A Miss Smith was mentioned, apparently as a conspirator. Winter unexpectedly met a relative, Mrs. Millicent Melville, who told him that his Aunt Rebecca, Archie and tho latter's nurse, Miss Janet Smith, were to leave for the west with the colonel and Mrs. Melville. A great finan- cial magnate was aboard the train on which Col. Winter met his Aunt Rebec- ca, Miss Smith and Archie. He set his orderly, Sergt. Haley, to watch over Cary Mercer. Col. Winter learned that the financial magnate Is Edwin S. Keatcham. On approaching Cary Mercer, the colonel was snubbed. Winte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 June 1909

... ■■■■ ■■■ v.;,.; ei p jg:'. $$ wr 11- 11 If!' gf i'-t | V ftfe: ■Kmc THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At The late Russell Sage made money very fast out not quite as, fast as his widow is giving it.' away. Mrs. Sage is spending $25,000 a day for charity. Lone Dove. Mesquite, Texas. mi f i W&BftSA I" • Entered in the postoftlco at Mea- nite, Texas, as second class matter. CpUfy^yj Friday, June *25, 1909. If President Taft has confi- dence in Aid rich's intention to accomplish tariff reform, it is clear that the President hitnsell', is not worthy the measure of confidence which the bulk of the people had in him. 41 4 Commoner Clippings. REAPING HIS HARVEST Mr. A. R. McCollum, editor of the Waco Tribune, recently gave publication to a veiled prophecy that Senator Bailey would t-ry for the democratic nomination to the Presidency in 1912 Mr. McCol- lum seems to half believe that Senator Bailey's open alliance with the grea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 June 1909

N / i y A Y ot txO ,'CO OQ THE PRICE IS OK THHG In buying Dry Goods and Groceries. Accommodation is another; we have both and will be pleased to show you. We pay spot cash for our goods, take all discounts and can sell you for cash or on fall time at lowest prices and good terms. SEE US. IM'CULLOUGH TEXAS Banner Brand Clothes cost less, look best SI Finck's Overalls "wear like a pigs nose" Local and Personal. —-'Y 1. II J. B. Davis returned Tuesday from a trip to Tennessee. Dr. J. B. Bryant's new cot- tage is nearing completion. D. E. Cole and family of near Lawson, were here Saturday. S. H. Hustead of Pleasant Mound, was here Wednesday. Pine ice cream every afternoon and night. Mesquite Pharmacy. Henry Grubb and family of "Garland, visited relatives here Sunday. Miss Ruby Allen visited rela- tives in Richardson Saturday xind Sunday. W. G. Stogsdill and family of Dallas, were the guests of rela- tives here Sunday. Finest assortment of tablets ever brought to Mesquite at Cul- lom &am...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 June 1909

:;vv,v: ■" y., m± mP i mmt The Human Test. HOME, SWEET HOME. Tht van miin took my furniture, and with It ho lias flown. An<l now within these humble walls Is naught to call my own. My liome Is somewhere In the street— on rolling stock ut that— Oh, will it ever, ever reach my newly rented Hat? Four walls form not a resting place for man to sit at ease; An empty Icebox, Kusless stove, are not Inclined to please. When I arrive at yonder flat, oh! will my goods be there? •Or have 1 said a last farewell to all I packed with care? My latchkey has been handed In, the hall-boy has his tip: The Janitor Is satisfied-he's gone to take a nip. Once more I look the wardrobe through for some forgotten gown: My earthly goods are barreled up and Jogging round the town. Good-by. old walls' Your rental price la higher now, they say; The landlord raised it In a trice as I moved out to-day. I wish you luck, as tenants go, and now It's Lip to me To chase that van—for all I know, throughout eternity. O...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 June 1909

Ml m i J FT. WORTH ROBBER GETS EIGHT THOUSAND NEVER DONE. WAGGONER BANK AND TRUST CO, ON LOWER MAIN STREET ROBBED. MAN WORKS SINGLE HANDED /! Enters Place While Cashier King Is Checking Up. Takes Money and Disappears. Fort Worth, Tex., Juno 23.—The branch of the Waggoner Bank and Trust Company, at 141G Main street, two blocks north of the Texas and Pa-" cific passenger station, In one of the busiest sections of the city, was held up by a lone robber, armed with a six- shooter, at 4:05 o'clock yesterday aft- ernoon and practically looted of its cash. The only occupant of the bank at the time of the occurrence was W. G. King, cashier, and when surprised; by the robber ho had his head drav^i down, balancing his books, with the bank's money lying on tho counter within reach. The sum of ?S,195 was taken, nearly all of it in greenbacks. About $1,000 in gold a^d silver was left behind. Tho robber, according to tho statement of ,Mr. King, backed out of the door with (the money under his coa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 June 1909

twm 'Mr'*'4 We Beg to Call Your Attention to Our Hair Goods Department A beautiful head of hair is a woman's crowning beau ty. These goods are necessary for the prevailing styles of dressing the hair. They are absolutely clean and sanitary. We can save vou money on them and we Guarantee Every Item. Shades, Blonde to Black. W 701 IMPORTED HAIR ROLL. Net covered. Made of Mar- cel wave Mohair, tilled throughout with pure wool. This roll cannot be crushed and will retain its original thickness. 24 inches long, price W 702 FRENCH CORONET PUFFS. Made of real hair, all shades. This is a leader with us; most popular item. Very best quality at un- heard of price. These are made in from one to eight puffs, but we only have in stock today the four QCp puff. Four puffs., W 30 IMPORTED NORMA HAIR WAVE. Made of very tine quality human hair. Very latest head dress, price . $1.25 W 44 The very latest head dress. Absolutely essential for the new style of hats. Cluster of two very large puffs, surrou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 July 1909

$1)C Scxas illcsquitcr. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 2,1909 Vol, XXVIII No. 1 HUDSON, DAVIS CO'S BATTLE V MILLINERY In this department you will find our stock complete and as our milliner will only be with us one more week before she leaves on her vacation, it will be to your interest to call and let her assist you in making the proper selection. ALL TRIMMED HATS HALF PRICE $7.50 trimmed hats, half price $3.75 5.00 " " " " 4.50 4.00 il.50 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.50 1.00 .75 .50 .25 2.50 . 2.25 , 2.00 . 1.75 . 1.50 , 1.25 . 1.00 . 75c . 50c , 37ic . 25c , 12ic LADIES' and MISSES' SKIRTS We, at all times carry a full and complete line of new and up to'date skirts in all the new styles and fabrics for summer wear and have your exact size awaiting you. We call spec- ial attention to the careful tailoring and low prices of our garments. Prices 2.25, 3.00, 3.50, 4.00, 5.00, 5.50, 6.00, 6.50, 7.00, 7.50 and $8.00 LADIES' LINEN SUITS We only have a few more left and in order to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 July 1909

a,".' ( FdDir ttltoe M<p>§it<£§§ Cfo&t of> Topics of /^any K$n4s by a, Recognized Authority TUBERCULOSIS TEST SHRUBS MAKE F0R BEAUTY- Color 8cHemes. *When in doubt use pink," bo said t successful hostess upon being asked the best color scheme. Pluk bears both the daylight and the artificial light equally well, and is always be- coming, a fact not to be overlooked by • thoughtful hostess. Blue changes to green at night, but ander certain conditions it is a rather good scheme to use It. Yellow is not a satisfactory color to have at night, as It is apt to look faded from the sunlight. Violet is not good at night, but at present is much in favor for spring luncheons, with corsage bou- luets at each place for the guests. Red is rarely used in warm weathor, but Is always delightful in winter time, carrying with a suggestion of warmth and welcome that is grateful. A North aide hostess Invariably uses red the rear round, as it harmonizes with her furnishings and service, so ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 July 1909

tfirtt oNNY WAltTED TO MEET HIM AGAIN Patriarch Had Something to Say to Man Driving a Big Red Automobile. THE FISHING LESSON. First thing you do when you start to fish Is to cross your heart and make a wish; Then look at your bait and give It a whack, And It's bound to bring a catty back: First thing you do Is to wish and wish And cross your heart When you start to fish. Next thing you do Is to crotch a stick And plant on the bank where the grass grows thick; I.ay your pole in the crotch, wllile the line swings free, Then prop your back 'gin the trunk of a tree: Second thing to do Is to sit there and sleep Till the sun goes down And the shadows creep. Sorrow's Crown of Sorrow. Reporter (happening around after the tornado had passed)—You occupy the top flat, eh? And the wind car- ried away the roof as slick aa a whistle, but without hurting any- body. Well, it might have been worse, ma'ara. Victim—It was worse, sir; a great doal worse. After the storm had gone by I could hear the pho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 July 1909

fef®:; P¥; Kit THE TEXAS MESQUITEB. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. PJBLiSHKI' KVKKY FK1DAY AT Mesquitu, Texas. Ko uroJ in the postoffico at Mes- iitf, Texas, as second class matter. ASSO^f. Friday, July 2. 1909. Why uul raise Aid rich's sal ary and abolish Congress. Mil-. Howard OonLn got w divorce and $86,000 a year. Mr. Gould is lucky. She spent a lot more of his money each year while they were living together. Therr were doubtless more people in Tennessee who hated t*> see June go out this year worse than ever before. Prohi bition went into effect then July 1. If all the murderers would follow the example of Robert Eastman and com mitt suicide afterwards, it would he better for the country but tough on the lawyers. Judge V. SV. Ghubbs says the Conf erence for Education in Tex- as is a rotten political machine. Perhaps so, but Judge Grubbs objects so strenuously to every- thing in which he is not permit- ted to pose as lea ter that he makes himself tiresome. W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 July 1909

$!.oo V V MID-SUMMER REDUCTION SALE Fifteen days from Friday morning, July 2, to Saturday, night, July 17. Prices will be cut right and left to move our present stock to make room for our ma mouth fall stock, which has already begun to arrive. Come, tell your friends. SLIPPERS and OXFORDS For infant's, children, ladies' and men. We have a large and well selected stock in all the very beHt styles and colors and in order to make room for our immense stock of fall shoes which 1 ave already be- gin to arrive, we offer you values that you cannot afford to miss. All styles and sizes at the following low prices: SOc values, sale prices 38c . ..49c .. .55c i..80c ..95c <1.20 . 1.45 . 1.65 1.85 . 2.15 . 2.65 . .105 . 3.45 . 3.05 . 4.15 LADIES' BLACK DROP SKIRTS $4.00 values, all now J2.50 3.50 " '• " 2.00 3.00 " " " 1.50 2.50 " " " 1.25 STAPLES Best table oil cloth, per yard 15c Best calico, per yard 5c 4 spools Clark's thread 15c 3 dozen pearl butsons 5c All 35c voiles and suitings go at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 July 1909

THE TEXAS MESQUITER IORVILLE WRIGHT FLIES IN AEROPLANE JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and PrO|fc MESQTJITB, - - - TEXAS SEEK HIDDEN TREASURE. A romantic story of supposed hid- den treasure, Quito In the stylo of Edgar Allan Poe, comes from Choen- borg In Moravia. The tower of the ancient Rathaus, despite the protests of the Vienna Conservatives, was late- ly demolished, as it was declared to be unsafe. As the rubbish was being removed a document was found in a hollow stone stating that during the thirty years' war the town funds were bricked up in a certain part of the Rathaus. The place could be seen when at a certain hour on a certain day the shadow of the Rathaus spire fell upon it. The town council has resolved to find the shadow by build- ing a scaffold of the same height and form. Much excitement prevails, and many beta are being taken. Som<4 people suppose that the document was Inserted by a workman, and they be- lieve that after the war the treasure was recovered. The success of a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 July 1909

cr ^OCTAVE TfiANET the MAWy$&JiOUR^s> | V 8YN0PSIS. The story opens at Harvard where Col. Rupert Winter, U. S. A., visiting, saw the aulclda of young Mercer. He met Gary Mercer, brother of the dead student. Three yeat-a later, in Chicago, in 1906, Col. Winter overheard Cary Mercer ap- parently planning to kidnap Archie, the colonel's ward, and to gain possession of Aunt Rebecca Winter's millions. A Miss Smith was mentioned apparently as a conspirator. A great financial magnate was aboard the train on which Co!. Win- ter mot ills Aunt Rebecca, Miss Smith and Archie. Col. Winter learned that the financial magnate is Edwin S. Keatcham. Winter, aided by Archie, cleverly frus- trated a hold-up on the train. Ho took a great liking to Miss Smith, despite her alleged kidnaping plot. Archie mysteri- ously disappeared In Frisco. Blood in a nearby room at the hotel caused fears for the boy's life. The lad's voice was heard ■over the telephone, however, and a min- vit* later a woman's vo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 July 1909

Official Statement Of The Financial Condition Of THE FIRST STATE BANK AT SEAGOVTLLE State of Texas, at the close of business on the 23rd day of June, 1909, published in the Texas Mesquiter, a newspaper printed and published at Mesquite, State of Texas, on the 2nd day of July, 1909. RESOURCES Loans and discounts, personal or collateral $28,685.40 Loans, veal estate 6,001.04 Overdrafts 81.23 Binsd* and Stocks 000.00 Real Estate (banking house) 4,030.00 Other Real Estate ^ 000.00 Furniture and Fixtures 2,250.00 Due from Approved Reserve Agents $3,452.07 Due from other Banks and Bankers, subject to check 238.69. 3,690.76 Cash Items 0(H).00 Currency ' 1«C'65.00 Specie 2,237.13 3,302.13 Other Resources as follows:..... 000.00 TOTAL $47,990.05 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in.... $10,000.00 Surplus Fund 1,750.00 Undivided Profit, net 1,041.66 Due to Banks and Bankers, subject to check 000.00 Individual Deposits, subject to check 19,676.99 Time Certificates of Deposit 522.00 Demand Certifi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 July 1909

alMi m jW ■ r - ;^fpp ®I)C ®£Xft6 | ilfcSS?! 5^ i * / * /-' ^js > /' By John E. Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 30,1909 Vol. XXVIII No. 5 . V<J ONLY TWO MORE DAYS Remaining in which to take advantage of the Big Move on Sale that has been in full sway since July 24th and need- less for us to say, the sale is a success, as the crowds of satisfied purchasers have expressed themselves very favorably with the prices and qualities of our merchandise. Don't fail to visit our store. Extra Specials One lot 750 yards of embroideries and inser- tions to match, former prices, 7c per yard, move on sale price Sic 1000 yards of full yard wide brown domestic, former price 7ic per yard, move on sale price 6ic 300-yards cotton checks good for aprons or dresses, former price 7c, move on sale price 4c Miscellaneous One lot ladies'belts, former price 50c, move on sale price 25c One lot ladies' belts in black, blue, brown and green, former price 25c, move on sale... ,10c One lot men's ties, fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 July 1909

w* . %•* c. I'm \ '>l v y - * .. ■ *,. .-| '4 S M • r^f i y:- KRj,j I Hfcv' m ; J. I hk; ' \ p t i®Pr: ftl ggggm /[-J IS Gambling in Green Goods By JOHN IRVING DAY Garnering the Gold by a Unique Method, Originated and Practiced by "Doc" Floyd RE'S hoping that you get even, alderman." Doc Floyd raised a goblet of sparkling burgundy, across the brim of which he glanced and smiled at the member of the High Rollers' olub who was host at a dinner he was giving in part pay- ment of a bet that there was not a man in the coun- try with $5,000 who could be beaten out of that amount on the ancient "gold brick" game. The din- ner end of the bet was merely a pal- try side issue for the big ex-alderman had also wagered $5,000 and lost that, too. Doo Floyd had asserted that even in the twentieth century tho time- worn "green goods game" could be worked. "Have you got the nerve to tell me that you can put over the old green goods thing," was the amazed demand of Alderman Mehanty. "I'll bet just...

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