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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 July 1909

emu \ V WAS HE RIGHT. Mansion on Top of Mountain 40 Miles from New York. With a Park Three Times the Size ol Manhattan Island the Country Es- tate Will Be Most Remarkable in North America. New York.—It was once Bald of E. H. Harrlman by an attorney as skilled In the rules of the game of law as the great transportation king Is In the complex shifting of blocks of bonds and stocks that represent his title to more miles of railway tha one man ever dominated before, that Mr. Har- rlman moved on a plane and in an at- mosphere so altltudinous that no ordi- nary mortal might hope to do more than contemplate his eminence from afar. That was true In a figurative eense, perhaps, when it was announced —at any rate, the adulatory attorney appeared to think it was—but now it Is about to become literally true, so far aa Mr. Harriman's home in the country is concerned. His house on the top of one of the mountains of the Rainapo range at Arden, not far from the dejected town of Suffern on the Erie,...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 July 1909

■ .V* is® m l€ I ' 'I i ■ 'I 'I |' f. : \ \ THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Pqr Year, John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Pjblishkd Every Fkioay At Mesquitk, Texas. Entered In the postofdiv. at, Mes q.iite, Texas, as second class matter. CCl/ftjyf* asso~c\a Friday, July 30, 1909. Vote lor the proposed consti- tutional amendments and help the school of Texas. Naturally, we are feeling good over that tine flow of ar- tesian water at the brick plant. The contract has been let for a sixteen story building in Houston. This will give Houston the tallest building in the state, which will never do. Add two stories to the Praetorian build- ing in Dallas and head them off. An exchange says that if the Tace for governor should narrow •down to Cone Johnson and At- torney General Davidson, Col. R. M. Johnson of the Houston Post would assume the attitude of a man without a country, but wonders what would happen to Editor Ousley of the Fort Worth Record, whereupon the latter says that the primaries are he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 July 1909

I viF L f res. "t :as t~ \1r :• *- ~r. <- :• :• (• -thy ;'jfRiwA? ■ ' '' • v' ■' '"ISP?'!1 JhnetikanJZtdpA Vnor Popular T CLEANING ©UT We must have room. All summer goods are now on sale at wonderful re- duced prices. Come in, look over our big stock of Lawns, Organdies, Slip- pers, Oxfords, Pumps, Shirt Waists and Skirts. We will sell you if good goods and low prices will sell you. Come to day. €^snUemanr Nobby SOT 25 Per Cent Discount On All Men's and Boys' Suits and Odd Pants JSC SPECIALS 10 yards nice lawn 2 spools thread for 3 yards 50c table linen One order to a customer 49c 5c 70c Spring Style , FREE! FREE!! Pair nice hose with all shoes sold here this week—ask for them. A nice palm leaf fan for the asking, also plenty of ice water. Quality and Values Are Our Talking Points. J. F. McCULLOUGM Has it For Less. Mesquite, - Texas Banner Brand Clothes cost less, look best \ Finck's Overalls "wear like a pigs nose * THE NEW MEAT MARKET Is in the market for nice fat cattle, hogs,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 July 1909

THB TEXAS MESQUITE JOHN E. DAVI8, Editor and Pro* If ES QUITE, - TEXAS HEALTHY TONE IN COLLEGES. -* LOUISIANA-TEXAS COAST STORM TAKES 36 LIVES Eastern Writer Asserts There Can Be No Peril of the Spread of Nox- ious Doctrine. We may be far too Indulgent to om young college barbarian, but we are too often utterly unfair to him. When the argument requires It, we do not hesitate to make his type suit the oc casion. In his own picturesque vo- cabulary, we have him going and com- ing. It may be true, for Instance, that the average undergraduate learns very little and cares very little for learning; and It may be true that our colleges are nurseries of disbelief and Immorality. But the two things to- gether cannot be true. If our uni- versities were filled with an eager, passionate youth, avid of ideas and ideals, there would be danger In heretical voices from the cathedral. Such a danger the European univer- sities have often experienced. The French collegian has played a prom- inent part...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 July 1909

j rv 1 \ / 2 1 9 % fti ILL UJ TEA T/o/if OCIA\/E TtHANET cSSj^~ si r r~rr AUTHOR. Cf- r/l.WEIL—s> TfiES1ANoftJ,e>Hol/Jb COPYRIGHT, I907——BOBftS-MfiRR.ILL Co • As They Peered Into the Dusky Space Below. SYNOPSIS. The story opens nt Harvard where Col. Rupert Winter, U. S. A., visiting. saw the aulcide of young Mercer. Ho met Cary Mercer, brother of the dead student. Three years later. In Chicago, In 190G, Col. Winter overheard Cary Mercer ap- pnrently 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 Col. Win- ter met his 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. He took a great liking to Miss Smith, despite her alleged kidnaping plot. Archie mysteri- ously disappeared in Frisco. Bl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 July 1909

f-.t ' Pi- I sfr w / IP**# I Baseball Notes. Daniel Rugel is playing ball with the New Hope team at Pate. Jesse Williams, who is playing ball with the Terrell team, spent Sunday at home. R. P. Watson, a member of the pitching staff of the Oklahoma City team, is taking a layoff. Mesquite had no games this week, but manager Williams ex- pects to arrange for a series of games here next week. Arrangements have been made for a series of three games be- tween the New Hope and Pate teams, to be played at Heath Thursday Friday and Saturday of this week.. The three games at New Hope Thursday, Friday and Saturday, between the New Hope and Fate teams resulted in New Hope winning one game and Pate the other two. The first game went to Pate by a score of 3 to 1. New Hope took Friday's game by a score of 4 to 0, and Fate won the last game, the score being 6 to 5. Oscar and Jack Kimbell and Roscoe Watson played three games with Crandall against Kaufman the first three days of the week. Kaufmon won...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 August 1909

J Sttite Librarian Capitol ®he ®e*ae iUconuitcc By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6,1909 Vol. XXV1I1 No. 6 I THE SEASON'S LOWEST PRICES ©N ALL KINBS OF SUMMER WEARABLES Our closing out sale of all Summer Dress Goods, Silks, Lawns, Etc., presents to the economical and prudent buyer an opportunity well worth taking advantage of. All prices are rounded up for a quick departue of all these lines of excellent and reliable merchandise. Come and see for yourself. Men s and Boys1 Headlight Overalls Overalls that are backed up by a working class of people of the state, and they are the railroad and union men and if any class of men on earth can test a garment it surely must be them. Now, if men like those test, a garment and find it to be good, we welcome our customers to come and purchace a pair and make the test for themselves. We also have Finck's Detroit Special for men. Men s and Ladies' Oxfords We have all our oxfords out on the base shelf and have a price that will ple...

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

THE TEXAS ME9QUITE* JOHN E, DAVIS, Editor and Prop*, MESQUITE, - TEXAS Some day one of these French duela Will hurt somebody. It is Impossible to keep u good river down when its name is Kaw. It Is.not a deadly insult Just at present to invite a man to jump into the lake. Business will now take a fresh start and keep up without a break. Summer is beginning to get into Its regular stride. It is pleasant to know that the Brit- ish royal family is fond of Ambas- sador Raid's tea and marmalade. College students again are working their passages across the ocean on cattle ships—In the sterrage, so to speak. i Flirtations are highly approved also by summer-resort mosquitoes, for it keeps the subjects out after dark. Heat is the iatest excuse for wife- beating. How would the wife-beaters •uijoy the water cure? A paper has been printed in a bal loon, but communication with Mars is not yet claimed by its editor. Virginia still has its duels, and, un- fortunately, they are not of the French kin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 August 1909

IX, L, LT<£ TMA^TlOA/sJ -*4-WEIL ^OGTAVE TfiANET rAUTSfOf^ jyjg MANy££>J/OVFLc> SOS 3 J-Si£A.K.t£.JL CO. fGMT, /SOT H SYNOPSIS. The* story opens at Harvard where Col. Rupert Winter, U. 8. A., visiting, saw the sulcldo of young Mercer. He met Cary Mercer, brother of the dead student. Three years later, In Chicago, in MOO, Col. Winter overheard Cary Mercer ap- parently planning to kidnap Archie, tne 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 Col. Win- ter met his 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, lie 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 buy's life. The lad's voi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 August 1909

m m KflS ii' THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Pjblished Every Friday At Mesquite, - • Texas. Entered In the posiofiice at Mes- q.iite, Texas, as second class matter. ^^Tassqci® Friday, August 0, 1909. Thomas W. Lawson is'as quiet here lately as Oyster Bay. That was a cracker jack cam- paign conducted by the Dallas County Improvement League. ' Is the Conference for Educa- tion in Texas true to its name, or is it a political machine? If the latter, let' smash it. Eighteen candidates for gov- ernor already is going seme. But a lot of them will drop out before the real start is made. With characteristic enter- prise, the Dallas News will erect on the State Fair grounds at Dallas a replica of the historic Alamo building. Dallas county is progressive. A big majority of its citizens vot- ed Tuesday fur $875,000 for roads, bridges and a viaduct across the Trinity river. Cone Johnson, Judge Poin- dexter, Gus Shaw, Tom Wells, and H. Bascom Thomas are all f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 August 1909

/ w tiMfr MLt mm 5wU <> Begins Friday, Aug. 6 and closes Monday, Aug. 16 COST FOR CASH ONLY FOR CASH ONLY -o J >> -o , o i: XI 3 ~ ^ 52 « m C w w [_ fO " tU g O 2 - h « « J 52 £ T> T5 rj O C i ^ H -c " uu 3 4 < CL, •w tj u U. CJ w e ^ o <V f) <v w Li u« Sale Lasts 10 Days Only Every item of summer goods will be sold at exactly wholesale cost prices in order to make room for our large fall shipments which are beginning to arrive. This is your opportunity to buy brand new merchandise in quantities to suit yourself at exactly what we pay in large quan- tities. Included in this GIGANTIC SALE, will be all white waist goods, all summer dress goods, such as white and figured lawns, organdies, batistes, suitings of all kinds, swiss embroideries, shirt waists, wash belts, collars, rouching, lace, hosiery, mens and boys' straw hats, summer un- derwear, summer suits and pants, slippers and oxfords of every kind, including infant s, children's, ladies', and men's. This i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 August 1909

Cagy/aey: JOOCOOOCOOKX/OCC AUTHOR'S NOTE. The material facts In this story of circumstantial evidence are drawn from an actual re* corded case, only such change of names and local color being made as to remove them from the classification of legal re* ports to that of fiction. All the essential points of evidence, however, are retained. tSSCQCCOOQCOOOOOOOW 3 tne memners of the Calt- A Skin club dropped Into (heir accustomed places Judge Dennett entered with a stranger of distin- guished mein, and dignified bearing. His white balr andwhlte mutton-chop whis- kers betokened the coun- try jurist of Jong experi- ence whose reverence for the English bench caused him unwittingly to assume the person- al appearance of a wearer of the wig and ermine of Btackstonian days. Judge Dennett introduced him as Judge Tanner and assured the club that his guest was primed with many a reminiscence of his long career and would gladly lVtrnlsh the story of the evening. After the pipes of good fel- lowship...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 August 1909

V NEW GOVERNOR OF ALASKA Walter E. Clark Has Been Clothing Clerk, School Teacher, Newspaper Man and Miner. WashltiRton.—Walter Ell Clark, re- cently appointed governor of Alaska by President Taft, Las beeu clothing clerk, Bcliool principal, newspaper man and miner. He was born In Ashford, Conn., In 18t!9. An a young man he chopped wood and worked in a clothing store to make his way through the State Normal school at New- Britain. At the age of 18 he became principal of a school of BOO pupila in Manchester. A SURE SIGN. When it Appears Act at One*. Trouble with the kidney secretions ib a certain sign that your Kidneys are deranged and that you should use Doan's Kidney Pills. They cure all ir- regularities and annoyances, remove backache and side pains and restore tho kidneys to health. Charles Cole, 204 N. Puckeye St., Iola, Kans., says: "The kidney secretions were Irregular, scanty and painful and contained sedi- ment. My back was stiff and lame and my limbs swelled. I grew weak and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 August 1909

4 GET THE BANKING HABIT " 4 4 4 3 Look over the persons of your acquaintance who have succeeded in a financial way and you will find the great majority Have The Banking Habit. If it was to Their advantage will it not be to Yours. We will be glad to serve you. Large or small accounts appreciated. Absolute Safety prompt and courteous treatment for all. I The First National Bank 4] of Mesquite 1 4 4 3 4 a couple have the heartiest con- gratulations of their many friends, whom the Mksquitkk joins in wishing for them the minimun of trouble and sorrow and the maximum of happiness and prosperity, throughout a life which we hope will be ex- tended to a ripe old age. Mr. Oole has not completed his plans for the future and does not know just where they will reside. Washington's Plague Spots. Additional Local . 9 m Seared With a Hot Iron. Or scalded by overturned ket- tle—cut with a knife—bruised by slammed door—injured by gun or in any other way—the thing needed at once is Bucklen's Ar- nica ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 August 1909

i * She Scxns iilcoqnitcc. By John E, Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 20,1909 Vol, XXVI11 No. & A G00B FOUNDATION ANB THE REST IS EASY Our business has been built on the foundation of a "Square Deal For Everyone." That this is a good foundation upon which to build one's house, has been fully demonstrated to us by the many "come again" customers we have and the phenomenal growth of our business. We are today, although scarce two years old, where it has taken others twenty to twenty-five years to get, as to volume of business and number of satisfied customers. This argurs well for the Good Foundation idea. Get the people on your side and the rest is easy. We have the people on our side. We are going to make New History on the subject of values. Our buyers have been in the eastern markets the past two weeks and our new goods are soon to arrive. We can save you a lot of money. Come and see us and you will come again. The Pant KING Trousers For Men We have a few more summer tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 August 1909

0160OURAGED WOMEN. A W n> of Hop* for Despairing Onoa. Kidney trouble makes weak, weary, wora womeu. Backache, hip pains, ilulaess. headaches, nervousness, lan- guor, urinary troubles make women suftsr untold misery. Ailing kidneys m are the cause. Cure them. Mrs. S. D. El- iMon, N. Broadway, La- r ^Sgl mar, Mo., says: "Kid- Wljfc jP ney U'ouble wore ms r^-, V down Ull I had to take Y*\J| to bed. I had terrible pains in ray body and A limbs and the uriue WM W/ annoying and full of Bed- ftt'; iment I got worse and doctors failed to help. I was discour- aged- Dean's Kidney Pills brought guJck relief and a final cure and now I am la the best of health." Remember the name—Doan's. Sold fcy all dealers. 50 cents a box. Fo« Ur-Mllbuni <$>., Buffalo, N. Y. THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS. Unselfishness In Life Is theOneThlnj That Will Transform All Things to Gold. The moment we s«t about the task of making every human being ws oome in contact with better for know- ing us—more cheerful, nio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 August 1909

) ¥ \ 1 BELTS MEAN MUCH T0 BE MADE up IN SHANTUNG- MOST IMPORTANT ACCESSORY OF THE LINGERIE GOWN. Just Now They Are Most Popular in Embroidery or Lace—Straight Belt Is Not Becoming at All. The belt plays an all-important part on lingerie gowns. It is made of embroidery or lace, and is most carefully shaped to tho waist. Then the skirt is Joined to it by the finest of stitches, and where there can be gores and seams they are put in, but are hidden under the tuclcs or gathers in a marvelously clever manner. A straight all-around belt is a dnn- gerously trying experiment for the average woman to attempt, for if her waist be more than tiny her figure runs the chance of looking square and thick. Slipping the belt through bars of lace or embroidery breaks the line, or having the belt put on so that it shows only at the back or front is an- other device that Is popular and tends to make the waist small. Never was there a time when so much attention was paid to having the small waist; in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 August 1909

MMiM MMMMMWi THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, En. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Texas. RICH PREMIUMRS FOR LIVESTOCK Awards Total $25,000 Mesquitk, ;?■>C:O<>OOO0OPOOOO0OO<iaOOOO©©0OOOOPO<XX| Entered in the postoflieo at Mes- q .lite, Texan, as second class matter. CO USfjry; Friday, August 20, 1909. Bring your cotton to Mesquite. The way to keep cool: We p«ss it up. Hot? Well, yes, but there is a hotter place than this. Determined not to be out- done, Old Sol broke a few re- cords himself this week. Again the Mesquiter pauses to remark that Mesquite is the best cotton market in the county. Between Hon. H. Bascom Thomas and Democratic Bob Williams, Hopkins county ought to be able to stay on the may. The initiation of the 100 candi- dates by the Praetorians on the roof of the 16 story Praetorian building in Dallas Tuesday was, to say the least, elevating. Every few days Jack Johnson. Ihe negro puglist pays a fine for speeding his auto. But he...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 August 1909

* s- The Quality Store WE ARE AFTER YOUR BUSINESS Low Price Maker Our buyer is now in the Northern Markets completing purchases of one of the largest lines of Fall and Winter wearables ever brought to Mesquite. Come to see us when in town. A! A Extra Specials For A Few Days 10 yards any 15c lawns 79c " " " 12ic " 69c Slippers and Oxfords Choice of any $4.00 low cut $2.83 " " " 3.50 " " 2.43 Look, Listen, Sit Up Take Notice Best 8-oz. Duck, per yard qc Best Calico, per yard 5-. " " " 10c " 59c " " " 7ic " 5c Men s Undershirts And Drawers 35c " " " 27c 25c " " " 21c 3.00 " 2.23 " " 2.50 •' " 1.93 " " " 2.00 " " 1.63 Ginghams For School Dresses New dress goods just received. Free, with every Gingham dress sold this week, one dozen pearl buttons. 7 spools thread 05c Our New Goods Are Arriving Call and look over the new things the Popular Store For Popular People has to show you. All the new fads, and colors are here in Dress Goods. You are invited to inspect them. Quality and Values Are...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 August 1909

"... . *! THE TEXAS MEHQUITEK r— . !— JOHN E. DAVIS. Editor arid Prop, MKSQUTTK, - - - TEXAS CLOTHES. Mere man baa been consistently and earnestly poking tun at woman be- cause of the vagaries which fashion has imposed upon her. Latterly, this has been more marked, perhaps, than In the olden days when the fun y fel- lows who write paragraphs, figurative- ly, wore out the hoopskirts and the big balloon sleeves. Of late much merry laughter has been expended over the woman of the patella shape and the peach basket headgear. It is thoroughly convulsing, says the Pitta burg Post. Woman is such a queer eight, togged out to represent an ani- mated mushroom. But what of a man and his attire? Is the laugh to be on one corner of the mouth? Does not the shoe on the ether foot pinch a little? Those strange shoes of the emerald huo. And what of all the other green things he dons that give him the appearance of a string bean at a little distance, if he chances to be of a lean and hungry build? Co...

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