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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 October 1909

/ / a i 1 SYNOPSIS. Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck- ers were called out to clear tlie railroad tracks at Smoky Creek. McCloud, a young road superintendent, caught Sin- clair and his men In the act of looting the wrecked train. Sinclair pleaded In- nocence, declaring It only amounted to a ■mall sum—a treat for the men. McCloud discharged the whole outfit and ordered the wreckage burned. McCloud became acquainted with Dlcksle Dunning, a girl «of the west, who came to look at the wreck. She gave him a message for Sin- olalr. "Whispering" Gordon Smith told President Bucks of the railroad, of 11c- •Cloud's brave tight against a gang of crazed miners and that was the reason for the superintendent's appointment to Vila high office. McCloud arranged to board at the boarding house of Mrs. Sin- clair, the ex-foreman's deserted wife. Dlcksle Dunning was the daughter of the late Richard Dunning, who had died of a broken heart shortly after his wife's ■demise, which occurred after one yea...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 October 1909

, / it. & SMSfBiSS* &*& * GOVT. PAINT INSPECTION would drive many brands of House Paint from the market for it would show that they contain Water. Benzine, Barytes and other bad paint materials instead of Pure Linseed Oil and Good Pigments. Why don't all Paint Makers publish their formulas? Because they know the public would not buy their paint if its composition was known. COU R VERY BES vsjj jlj INSPECTED HOUSETAINT tells on the can what is in it and is Inspected carefully before leaving the factory. That's why it is a Good Paint for you to buy—you can see for yourself that you are getting your money's worth. Here at the store you can see samples of just what is used in making <®#8§' Inspected House Paint. They are quite interesting. PRICES GRADE GOODS Low prices! We should say so, when you can buy a $35.00 range, six-eye, resivoir and high closet, made for both wood or coal burner, for only $27.50, that is going some, but we intend to sell these stoves as long as t...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 October 1909

Dry Goods •*- in <y W) c _o u n u $ A FREE TICKET To the Greatest of all State Fairs at Dallas OCTOBER 16 TO 31. With every Cash purchase amounting to $10.00 we will give ABSOLUTELY FREE 1 ticket to the Great Fair of which all Texans are proud. Clothing Groceries Quality and Values Are Our Talking Points. « ? 2 3 «* a Qu in i lA Banner Brand Clothes cost less, look best J. F. FTcCullough Has It For Less Mesquite, ✓ Texas t Finck's Overalls "wear like a pigs nose" , V \\> If \ I > ii v £ THE NEW MEAT MARKET I* <& * Is in the market for nice fat cattle, hogs, sheep, goats and u> hides, and keeps nice meat and ice, pork, beef, mutton, also JjJ nice canvass hams and sausage. Bolona every day. Phone 89 * DEE BRIZENDINE, E A. Everett old stand Mesquite, Tex f 5L= Local and Personal %== 1. II =Jl J. O. Bain of Dallas, was here Wednesday. Charley Porter of Crandall, was here Sunday. Get fresh oysters at the Phoenix Restaurant. Henry Floyd of Kleburg, mar- keted cotton her...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 October 1909

THOMAS RIG OS,Jr. "1 *. t . ✓ . j-. *■ srSi'ii? W^yyxA 'i#f ' «&?&. -•/ \ .■ ''.V-"'.'V- THERE had been some dispute as to what constituted the boundary of the country bought trom Russia by the ._nlted States In 1867. but until the real value of the territory was knowu, BO one cared. The miners of the early days managed very well with an ap- proximate boundary. They held miu meetings and any decision Mached by them constituted the law. For the opening up of Alaska we are Indebted to the panic of of 1893. Throughout the weBt the hardier spii Its preferred to brave the dangers of tbat almost unknown region than to accept the starvation wages then of Cared. They knew that grubstakes M r/f/poo QBdFRVJty PLATFOR* 1 £ v.?*';:**®: lill ■_ .vivM v Bp I 'v. m i£ |S *>£>* ■\! i® $$& , 'V* /1LO/YO >7/ u/v//vi//v vz*- /vonc/s*£rtr% &OVSrX>/lrtY' L//Y£- and Independence were to be found on the bars of the Forty Mile, the Stewart, and at Circle City. With the increase ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 October 1909

\ 1 / <1 MUCH EXCITED ABOUT CASE Mrs. Justice Refuses to Allow Operation and Is Relieved by Cardui, the Woman's Tonic. Pedro, O.—"1 suffered for 35 year with weakness and female troubles, and nothing has done me so much good aa Cardui," writes Mrs. Martin B. Jus- tice, of Pedro, O. "Before I took Car- dui, the woman's tonic, I became so bad that my son, who is a physician, wanted to have me operated on, but I refused and gave Cardui a trial. I had been so weak 1 could scarcely stand on my feet, but had taken Cardui only a ftew days when I became so much stronger. I had prolapse and became very much excited, but was greatly re- lieved as soon as I began to t^ke Car- dui. I thank you again and again." Cardui is a pure vegetable extract, of special benefit to women, at the times when they need a tonic. For over half a century it has been in use by those who have known of its bene- ficial effects, and is today in use in thousands of homes, where it relieves and prevents pain and brin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 October 1909

Three Things of Interest Concerning Dallas and The People of Texasi BH The State Fair, October 16th to 31st. The Automobile Show, October 18th to 30th. The Texas Dry Goods Co., January 1st to December 31st. The Greatest Fair ever held opens Saturday, OcUv ber 16th—the Automobile Show, October 18th—and The Texas Dry Goods Co., is here to stay, and waiting to fill your wants. We want every visitor to Dallas, and the Lome folks as well, to come to our store and take advantage of the "at home" feeling prevailing here. We want you to come here to do your trading; you will find the best goods at the lowest prices. We are showing full assortments of Dress Goods, Silks, Wash Goods, Ladies' Ready-to-wear Garments, Millinery, Etc., and we know we can please you by giving you just what you are looking for. We want you to come to this store; if you do not want to buy, come in, use our phone, ask questions about anything relative to the city} arrange to meet your friends here, etc. When you get ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 October 1909

State Librarian Capitol t. I J \t 4 \ Y A ®()c ®exas itlcsquiter. By John E, Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22,1909 Vol. XXVIII No. 17 ' 1 V THE HOUSE ©F OPPORTUNITIES Buy Your Hats From us If you want to be pleased, for we are showing a wide range of styles and what we do not carry in stock we will make it for you, if you will only tell us your wants. We are working extra help, and night and day in order to keep up with our orders, so don't delay but place your orders now. Prices $1.00 to $10.00 Cloaks and Suits FOR LADIES, MIOSES AND CHILDREN Our express shipment received this week, has added much to this department and we can now give you most anything you may want at the right price ranging from $1.00 to $20.00 Boys' Suits We have received within the last week 75 or more boys suits and can please the boys to their entire clothes sat- isfaction in both Knickerbocker and straight pants. Prices, $2.25, 2.50, 3.00, 3.50, 4.00 and $4.50 Wants Your Business ,TI"yv wa"t ilth? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 October 1909

THE TEXAS MBSQU1TB1 JOHN K. DAVIS, Kdltor and IfESQUITB. - - - TEXAS What would a talr b without an airship 7 This year there will be no counting the losses, but a piling up of profits Always bear in inlnd that there Is no spot on earth east of the north pole. Now the American aviator will leave upon the cirrus clouds his fresh tobac- co stain. Many persons are satisfied to know that the comet is there without wait- ing up nights to see it. California should preserve Its big trees from forest fires and make the lumber trust forever Jealous. It is confusing to say that the otig Inal college widow is dead. Originality Is the long suit of all of them. If people are not more careful the death strip is going to interfere seri ousiy with our census prospects. Though science denies that there are equinoctial storms they have a way of coming along about that time. France is going to tax foreign au tomobiles brought in for pleasure runs, which may serve to call attention to the good roads of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 October 1909

^ s , , f V Runk H. Speabman O ILLUSTRATIONS ° BY ANDRE" BOWLES COPYRIGHT 1908 8Y CHA3 SCHIBNER'J JONS SYNOPSIS. Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck- ers were culled out to cleur the railroad tracks at Srnolcy Creek. McCloud, a young road superintendent, caught Sin- clair and Ills men in the act of looting the wrecked train. 'Sinclair pleaded in- nocence, declaring it only amounted to a email sum—a treat for the men. McCloud discharged the whole outfit and ordered the wreckage burned. McCloud became acquainted with Dictate Dunning, a girl of the west, who came to look at the wreclc. She gave him a message for Sin- clair. "Whispering" Cordon Smith told President Bucks of the railroad, of Mc- Cloud's brave fight against a gang of crazed miners arid that was the reason for the superintendent's appointment to his high office. McCloud arranged to board at the boarding house of Mrs. Sin- clair, the ex-foreman's deserted wife. Dlcksie Dunning was the daughter of the late Richard Dunning,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 October 1909

■KHra? hpMmmm :%\:'C' ■■; O. V, B. Goods Are The Standard of Quality j Hardware, Glassware, Tinware. Granite ware, Churns, Guns, Ammunition, Sewing Machines, Washing Machines, As a matter of course when you buy anything you want quality *s well as the right price. Offtimes you loose by buying something cheap in quality as well as in price, but when you buy O. V. B. goods as cheaply as you can some off brands that do not bear a name, it will pay you to do so, because whenever you get an article with that brand on it you can depend upon the quality. We guarantee satisfaction on all O. V. B. goods and we are authorized to do so by one of the largest wholesale hardware houses in tLe world. If you expect to hunt any this fall and winter and need a good gun, don't forget that we have some dandies and that the price is right, We have both rifles and shotguns in single and double barrel at prices ranging from S4.50 up. We also have a complete assortment of shells and cartridges. Come to see...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 October 1909

K 1/ 4 * Millinery We are acknowledged as leaders in ladies' Misses' and children's head- wear. Our prices are lowest. Coat Sweaters Ladies', children's, men's and boys, every color and price. Buy now and be sure to get what you want, everybody will want one before many days. Shoes This is where we are STRONG in Ladies', Children and men's shoes. We know we have the best line of shoes in the world—HAMILTON BROWN make; you know it if you ever wore a pair. We guarantee every pair. m •35BBS If You Will Buy Here Once Bye and bye you will buy all you buy to eat and wear at ================ THIS STORE =====————— • * there's a reason." Staples Outing, sheeting, domestic and canton flannel*. We have a large stock which we purchased when cotton was 9c.per pound and we can sell you for much less than you can buy elsewhere. Men s Suits $7.50 to - $20.00 Boys' Suits si/is $2.00 to - $6.00 Ladies' Suits $8.00 to - $20.00 "All The Latest." Groceries 17 pounds granulated sug- ar $1.00 7 10c packag...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 October 1909

HMESHN i"' - rj:: .... k Ife JW WtM^i W I ! a % V: w \ \ flDtiitor'n Note.—This account of a aev- •oteeth century scientific expedition was Cibllshed in the Auburn (III.) Citizen. *reh 18, 1886, as an Item of local tn- tereat. there living at that place at that time many descendants of Pauly. the en- (fineer the Poleys, Parkses, Fosters, and •th«r families being represented In the * t. The original manuscript in French %«■ iu the possession of John Pauley of Kansas, who was at the time of the pub- Bration visiting his Illinois kinsmen. This account Is particularly interest- lag at this time, as It describes the con- ditions prevailing on the coast of Cali- fornia, In 1769. an event fittingly celebrat- ed by the Golden Gate City. The malady described by Pauly. which Myelinated the ranks of the French expe- dition, occurred at the same time as sev- eral other writers mention a very severe prevalence • of scurvy in California, and probably the same.] )HE observation of the tran- sit of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 October 1909

m wrot ■ H'J . 'V:v,: DENIES ALL CLAIM s H I, J \ % J PEARY OUTSPOKEN IN REGARD TO COOK'S JOURNEY Naval Officer Insists That the Doctor Did Not and Could Not Reach the North Pole, as Ho Says He Did. (Entered according to Act of Congress, In the year 1909, by the Peary Arctic club, In the office of the librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C.) New York, Oct. 12.—The following statement of Commander Robert E. Peary, which lie submitted to the Peary Arctic club In support of his contention that Dr. Cook did not reach the north pole, is now made public for the first time. The state- ment has been copyrighted by the Peary Arctic club. INTRODUCTION BY PEARY. Some of my reasons for saying that Dr. Cook did not go to the north pole will be understood by those who read the following statements of the two Eskimo boys who went with Mm, and who told me and others of my party where he did go. Several Eskimos who started with Dr. Cook from An- oratok in February, 1908, were at Etah when I arri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 October 1909

2p Special. 50 dozen children's $1.00 Hats, choice, 49c Children's school dresses, ages 6 to 14, good chambray, neatly trimmed, at 45c Children's dresses, desirable patterns and effective styles, $1.25 and $1-48 Boys' Fall Hats, new shapes and colors, $1.50 value, at Boys' heavy ribbed Underwear, well made, 89c garments, at -;)C FAIR VISITORS. This Store extends you a cordial welcome. Make it your headquarters while in the city. Take advantage of our free information and checking bureau, telephones and other conveniences, provided for the public- Special. At $1.39 ladies' new shapes, worth $2.48 At 25assorted wings and fancy feath- ers, worth 49c At 49c, assorted wings and fancy feath- ers, worth . .$1.25 At a saving of one-third—jet ornaments, ca- buohons and bands. New trimmed and tailored llats at $5.00 of silk and velvet, severely tailored or trimmed effects, the equal of any $7.50 llats .. . .$5.00. For You to Read, We have made extraordinary preparation to supply your every ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 October 1909

\ i i Bute Librarian 0lic ecxas itlcsqmtcc. ">- Capitol By John E, Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29,1909 Vol. XXVIII No. 18 WE HAVE MADE STRENUOUS EFFORTS To Make A Better Showing of Fall and Winter Goods Than Ever Before By Joe Sapping ton The result is gratifying to us, us, and finds this store with quite Ladies and Mis- ses1 Cloaks We have just received the largest and best line of cloaks we have ever shown in Mesquite, and when we make this asser- tion, we back it up with goods in all the new and up to date styles and fa- brics. Not only the larg- est but the cheapest, for we are WISE when it comes to knowing where to buy cloaks. Infants bear skin cloaks, all colors. Ages 2 to 10 years, prices, $2 to....$5 Misses cloaks, all ages, $2.50 to $6 Ladies' cloaks, all sizes, $4 to $18 and we have ample cause to expect your unmistakable approval. The season is upon an extensive showing of the very best selections in new Fall and Winter merchandise. Never before have we bee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 October 1909

TUB TEXAS ME3QU1TB* JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Pro* IfES QUITE, - - - TEXAS FLOODS IN MEXICO | cutworms in corn SWEEP ENTIRE STATE CAUSES OF TYPHOID. Autumnal typhoid still has a way of appearing at customary seasons In well nigh every region of the country. The health authorities In New York find It this year rather worse than usual, It appears In the dwellings of the well-to-do as freely as in the shacks of the poor. Sanitation does not prevent it, that Is, not what we generally call sanitation. It Is an In- testinal disease, conveyed by drink or food. The old theories of bad air, sewer gas and damp houses have not now much standing. it Is feared that some of the later theories do not explain all the points about autumn typhoid. The housefly does not. The condition of the water supply, as be- ing different In summer and winter, does not A plausible explanation Is that the profuse perspiration with which In summer the body eliminates a large amount of disease breeding matter. Is red...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 October 1909

mWm / U b Iran k II.Spe arm an. ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDRE BOWLES COPYR/GS/r ' 3Y CMS <Scf?/8Hf#6 Sous SYNOPSIS. Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck- •ers were called out to clear the railroad tracks at Smoky Creek. McCloud, a young road superintendent, caught Sin- -clalr and his men in the act o£ looting the wrecked train. Sinclair pleaded In- nocence. declaring It only amounted to a small sum—a treat for the men. McCloud •discharged tile whole outfit and ordered the wreckage burned. McCloud became acquainted with Dicksle Dunning, a girl •of the west, who came to look at the wreck. She gave him a message for Sin- clair. "Whispering" Gordon Smith told President Bucks of the railroad, of Mc- •Cloud's brave tight against a gang of crazed miners and that was the reason for the superintendent's appointment to lils high office. McCloud arranged to board at the boarding house of Mrs. Sin- clair. the ex-foreman's deserted wife. Dickslo Dunning was the daughter of the late Richard Dunning,...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 October 1909

I ..VV;.,: , ; .Wyy*l 0. V. B. GOODS REPRESENT THE HIGHEST Q0A1 Hardware, Glassware, Tinware. Granite ware, Churns, Guns, Ammunition, Sewing Machines, Washing Machines, As a matter of course when you buy anything you want quality as well as the right price. Offtimes you loose by buying something cheap in quality as well as in price, but when you buy O, V, B. goods as cheaply as you can some off brands that do not bear a name, it will pay you to do so, because whenever you get an article with that brand on it you can depend upon the quality. We guarantee satisfaction on all O. V. B. goods and we are authorized to do so by one of the largest wholesale hardware houses in tLe world. If you expect to hunt any this fall and winter and need a good gun, don't forget that we have some dandies and that the price is right. We have both rifles and shotguns in single and double barrel at prices ranging from S4.50 up. We also have a complete assortment of shells and cartridges. Come to see usf bu...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 October 1909

* J WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON Men's Suits, Ladies' Suits, Shoes, Dress Goods, Domestic, Millinery, Boys' Suits, Skirts and Waists, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Outings, Groceries hunbrebs of satisfied purchasers Will testify that we are selling the highest grade of merchandise to be found in any store at lower prices than can be obtained from other merchants. How can we do it? We had the spot cash in June and July to buy our big fall stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Etc. We anticipated the present high prices and bought then. We are proud of it now, and can sell you the same goods for less money and more goods for the same money than our competitors. LET US SHOW YOU Quality and Values Are Our Talking Points. J. F. McCullougm Has It For Less Mesquite, ✓ Texas 4M Banner Brand Clothes cost less, look best Finck's Overalls "wear like a pigs nose" H o •o w *< X s n> n << M « (A O 5 9 a r n Qu * * £ <ii * * \i> THE NEW MEAT MARKET Is in the market for nice fat cattle, hops,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 29 October 1909

... — ■ ■ J I I I 1 i I fflVON PATRIOTISM TC EDWAK.0 & 0Z.^/2A1_0 CQOYUIQHr By~ W.A ft*rT« .SON WSH/A/GTOA/'J HOAIfZ, J*OL/AS~r VC.JZHOAT &: iral&I mm ? 1*!« ft * H IB I *. * s i < ,"njV4-X St: . X • mbxffi ;:':.-Vs ^ y« which he thought worthy enough to buy. The light wasn't good on the afternoon in mind and all that one pilgrim could make out of a book's title, above which was written Washington's name, waa the H/-J /V? A/VO W A 3 H/M G T a /V mm. m msmo t! „ ' - M. .- /? ^ ■■ • '• BUGKSNAKES LOOSE IN PITTSBUaG streets BOYS HUNT FOR THE REPTILE? THAT ESCAPE FROM THEIR CAPTOR. ASHINGTON.—In the novel Wot "Ivanhoe." Isaac the Jew tells the knight that he knows it is the custom of the Christians to put on pilgrims' garb and to walk barefooted for miles to worship dead men's bones. There is something of a sneer in Isaac's tone and Ivanhoe rebukes him with a truly heroic. "Blasphem- er, cease!" I don't know how many thousands of Americans go yearly to Mount Vernon to pny...

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