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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 January 1910

rt J / ) V 4 \ V CHANCE TO ACQUIRE AFFINITY Atchison (Kan.) Woman Has an In- cumbrance She Is Wliling to Part With. Tf there is any woman In this town, or in any other, who sees her affinity in my husband, this is to notify her that she can have him by calling at my home, the Hilltop, Atchison, Kan., at any hour she may choose. He grumbles at bis meals, he blows bis nose into the grate, he puts his feet on the parlor chairs and his bead on the parlor cushions; he tells callers that his father was a poor man, and that he never "had any schooling;" he contradicts my statements when I tell of my kinship to the real promi- nent people, and if I don't watch him he "visits" with the hired man, and once asked the milkman to dinner! If there is any woman who sees her affinity in HIM, let her hang around my house a few minutes while I ask him for Christmas money. Then let her take him away if she still wants him.—Mrs. Lysander John Appleton. —Atchison Globe. NATURAL INFERENCE. "1 don't like ...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 January 1910

ONE GIRL'S WAY By KENNETT HARRIS Hector looked very much worried. "I tbiuk it'e all right," he said, "but a fellow can never he too aure. Take 'eni as a whole, I know women pretty •well. I've had experience with 'em, don't you know; but there'B always Botuo little wrinkles that you can't learn till you've known 'em a long time. You're an old friend of hers and I'd like to know what you think." Tf Hector had known what I thought It might have hurt our budding friend- ship. 1 parried the question. "You consider that she has given you some encouragement, then?" I asked. "You will excuse me, but I hadn't supposed that she took your attentions eeri- Additional Local Mrs. Emmett Ouliom visited relatives in Handley a day or two this week. Oak Wood—I am ready to de- liver heater and stove ,vood. K. C. Kouce, Phone 87-3r. In addition to getting a bank presidency, us told elsewhere, I. N. Range has required an au tomobile. It is a model 10 Buiclc, the same style as Bedford Gallo- way's. Remem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 January 1910

®he ®C3ta6 ilksnuitcr. State Librarian Capltow By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 14,1910 Vol. XXVIII No. 29 v THE GOODS YOU NEED NOW We at all times of the year have a heavy stock of everything that is needed NOW to splice out the winter and as we have found in some lines we are long, as we have received several belated shipments and in such lines we are offering big reductions in order that we may clean up before our spring goods arrive, for years ago we made the rule not to carry goods over, but to cut the prices and give our customers the advantage of low prices on goods that are in season. W *1, TWENTY EIGHT CASES OF SPRING SHOES AED SLIPPERS JUST RECEIVED Big Reduction on Ladies' Suits We find we have more ladies' suits than we should have at this season, as we received several late shipments and in or- der to reduce our stock we will make the following low prices: Ladies' suits now $22 00 20 00 18 00 16 00 15 00 12 50 12 00 9 00 Ladies' knee langth sweater coa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 January 1910

in THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Prop. MESQIJITE, TEXAS KANSAS, CORN AND BABIES. Kansas has some reason to be proud of Its record this year In the produc- tion of corn, wheat and oats, and es- pecially of corn. The total of the three crops Is placed at more by $15,000,000 tl.an In any previous year in its his- tory, and obviously that is a showing to be proud of. But singularly enough along with this proud showing the cen- sus bureau comes forward with the de- pressing information that the baby crop in Kansas has fallen off in the same year, says Manchester Union. There were 25,980 babies born in Kansas in the fiscal year 1907, and only 23,850 In the fiscal year 1908. Of course the first question that presents Itself Is what the fiscal future of a vear has to do with such a matter any- way. Yet it is obvious that one must start from somewhere In such compu- tations, and perhaps the beginning and end of the fiscal year are as good points as any. The thought that is su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 January 1910

Wfvim YYI IISPEDING I ■ IV- W?' HANK H. SPEABMAN I LLUc5XRATION6 ° BY ANDRE BOWLE6 COPYRIGHT 1906 BY CHAS arfllBNEft'j JOHi 8YN0PSIS. Murray Sinclair snd his gang of wreck- ers were culled out to clear the railroad •tracks at Bmoky 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 small sum—a treat for the men. McCloud discharged the whole outllt and ordered the wreckage burned. McCloud became •acquainted with Dicksie Dunning, a girl of the west, who came to look at tin- wreck. "Whispering" Gordon Smith told President Bucks of the railroad, of Me- Cloud's brave fight against a gang of crazed miners and that was the reason ■for the superintendent's appointment to his ofilce. McCloud arranged board at the boarding house of Mrs. Sinclair, the ♦ex-foreman's deserted wife. Dic.ksie Dun- ning was the daughter of the late Rich- ard Dunning, who had died of a brok...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 January 1910

WW'1 mSm BPr w-% | THE TEXAS MESQUiTER. One Dollar Per Year. -a clean tin ' rriiH wishes for him tho lulk'st moatjui oi prosperity and happiness in tin' pur- suit of his chosen profession, the 1 aw. John E. Davis, En. and Pub. Pubhshkp Every Fuin >y At Mesquite, Texas. Entered in the poatoffioo at M';s- q.iite, Texas, as second class matter Friday, January 14, 1910. Announcements The following announcements are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election, July 23, 1910: fY>r Public Weigher, Precinet 4: R. L. Page. H. B. Cox. Nkvkb touched me—Pinchot. Have you paid your poll tax i The man of the hour: Gilford Pinchot. Peiuiai'S by this time you have re- solved not to make so many new res- olutions next year. And Congress gave "Uncle Joe" a jolt the other day. In the language of Theodore Roosevelt, bully! Gikfohd Pinciiot had rather do his duty than to please the powers that be. May his tribe insrease. The Atlanta Constituion says that the question of increased cost of liv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 January 1910

% / \ J. F. McCULLOUGH'S STORE Stands For "duality" Goods at Moderate Prices Hamilton Brown Shoes Are ' still better,'' being all leather through- out and every pair fully guaranteed. A full line of boots, bootees and shoes, all bought before the advance in prices and we are sell- ing at our usual moderately low prices. Don't go elsewhere and pay more—a shoe for every foot. Ladies' Cloaks and Suits Ladies' cloaks, suits and shirt waists are go- ing fast at 25 per' cent discount. Nice coat suits worth $12.50 to $15.00 your choice for $9.00 $1.00 shirt waist for only 75 1.25 " " " " 95 1.50 " " " " 1.15 Calico, Ginghams and Shirtings We have just received the largest shipment of these goods ever brought to Mesquite which we purchased last July at the low price then prevailing. We are prepared to sell you for less than our competitors. All standard calicoes, per yard 5c Girghams, per yard G-Jc, 7ic, Hie 10c and 12i'c Heavy shirting worth 12£c, our price per yard 10c Topsy Hosiery Topsy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 January 1910

L THE! TREATED By TUFT PRESIDENT HANDLES TWO IM- PORTANT TOPICS IN HIS SPE- " CIAL MESSAGE TO CONGRESS. WANTS NEW COURT CREATED Tribunal Would Hear Cases Arising Under th« Interstate Law—Chief Executive Also Urges Federal In- corporation Statute to Suppress Abuses and Not to Destroy Legiti- mate Combinations of Capital. Washington, Jan. 7.—Needed legislation concerning the Interstate commerce law and the control of trusts formed the sub- ject of President Tuft's special message to congress. The president culls atten- tion to the partlul (allure of the present commerce law to get results because of the frequent appeuls trom its decisions to federal courts and the slowness of the supreme court In deciding these casus. The message suys: "It would not be proper to attempt to deprive any corporation of the right to the review by a court of any order or de- cree which, if undisturbed, would rob it of a reasonable return upon Its invest- ment or would subject it to burdens which would unju...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 January 1910

/ ; DOCTORS FAILED. RESTORED BY PERUNA. Catarrh of the Lungs Threatened Her Life. Misa Ninette Porter, liraiutree, Ver- tnont, writes: "I have beuu cured by Peruna. "I had several hemorrhages of the lunga. The doctors did not help me much and would never have cured me. "1 saw a testimonial in a Peruna almanac of a case similar to mine, and I commenced using it. "I was not able to wait on myself when I began using it. I gained very slowly at first, but I could see that it was helping me. "After I had taken it a while I com- menced to raise up a stringy, sticky substance from my lungs. This grew less and less in quantity as I continued the treatment. "I grew more fleshy than I had been for a long time, and now I call myself well." WITH THE BOHEMIANS. & The Poet—Just avoided a serious ac- cident, old chap. While the wind storm was raging the fence blew down and I had to dodge a billboard. The Artist—You are lucky, my friend. In a few hours I'll have to dodge a boardbill. A TRAIN LO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 January 1910

TO HAVE AN OPEN-AIR ROOM Alt Boston Schools Henceforth Will B« Built with This Feature Added. Henceforth all now schoolrooms in Boston, according to a statement made by the Boston Globe, will be provided with an open-air room. "The pupil who is backward on ac- count of health," the Globe adds, ^'will no longer be at so great a dis- advantage as formerly in the strug- gle for life and education." The open-air room is a boon to a certain class of pupils, undoubtedly, but the average child would be benefited to a much greater degree if means could be found to maintain an even temperature in all parts of the school building, so that the boy or girl who studies in one room and re- cites in another would not endanger his or her health by passing sudden- ly from an overheated room to one that was too cold, or the reverse. It would also be a great improvement if the individual prejudices of teach- ers on the subject of heat and cold could be eradicated, and they could be taught to consult t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 January 1910

'W- - v 1 'lJ$i!ilii ' "'.*.. • , * V,s^ 'yi • ®lie 5e*no 1 ittesqnitcr. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21,1910 Vol. XXVIII No. 30 m % STARTS SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, '10, AT 8 O'CLOCK AND CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT JANUARY 29,1910 FREE! FREE! Witli every Suit of Clothes sold Saturday, January 22, 1910 we will give a nice Tie or pair of Suspenders. Don't Forget The Date and Place WHAT REMAINS OP THIS SEASON'S GOODS AND GARMENTS HAVE BEEN MARKED AT SEVERE REDUCTIONS FREE! FREE! A Calico Dress Pattern to each of the First FIVE Ladies entering our store Saturday Morning, January 22, 1910, after 8 o'clock The Semi-Annual Clean-up-Sale is the biggest and best bargain event of the season. All lines of fall and winter merchan- dise to close at radical price reductions. Each department to the front with unusual offerings for this bargain event. For Seven Only Ladies' and Misses' Skirts at Greatly Reduced Prices We have a beautiful line of skirts and of the same weave and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 January 1910

fan. THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN t. DAVIS, fditor and Proprietor MKSgriTBi - - - TEXAS How would you like to bo the mail carrier T Those eggs from China must be of Bear-storage variety. Still this Is the kind of winter we are all supposed to like. The monorail train is the only rival the flying machine has. Ear tabs may feel heavenly, but they look like the dickens. The Furnace to the Man of the House—You may begin firing when- ever you are ready. Age cannot stale the Infinite variety of embezzlement An 87-year-old em- bezzler has been discovered at Rock- ford, 111. JOUSTING REVIVED IN THE STRONGHOLD OF CHIVALRY (Copyright. UO0.) in New Jersey a chrysanthemum has been picked 16 inches in diame- ter. Pretty fair for a little runt like Jersey. Strawberries at one dollar a quart are on sale in Texas. The Texas shortcake must mean all the name Implies. Those anxious to escape the moving pictures can find refuge In the Coli- seum at Rome. You're not allowed to see um there. That was Indeed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 January 1910

x| I / / f / V V > B isperpo 5 n IrankII.Speabman. ILL115TDATI0N5 BY ANDRC BOWLKS copYWG/?r ' ay Cms Scft/at/fftQ SONS synopsis. Murray Sinclair and his Kanp of wrock- •«rs were called out to clear the 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 41(icharKed the whole outfit and ordered tha wreckage burned. McCloud became acquainted with Dlcksle Dunning, a girl Of the west, who came to look at the wreck. "Whispering" Gordon Smith told President Bucks of the railroad, of Mc- Cloud's brave tight against a gang of <*razed miners and that was the reason for the superintendent's appointment to his office. McCloud arranged board at the boarding house of Mrs. Sinclair, the cx-foreman's deserted wife. Dlcksle Dun- ning was the daughter of the late Rich- ard Dunning, who had died of a broken...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 January 1910

THE TEXAS MESQU1TEB. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pun. pubushko Every Friday At Mesquitk, Texas. Entered in the postofftoo at Mes- qaite, Texas, as secoml class matter. NEW FLATS TO BE MODEL Some people may wonder why Winter Poetry. so many people who have good ; things to say of the Republican j When the frost is on the win- insurgents have unkind things to j dmvS) ftnd t,, e |;itt.|u,n paU is say of the Demo-rat who kicks w,,en tho ]jtt,e icy needles out of line. The reason for this jCuni0 wjth every breath that is simple. The Republican who! b]oWs; wheu the chilblains make kicks out of the traces is heading us an(j cold feet give. us pain; to«ard reform, while the Demo it,s safe U) bet we au wish tor will he of tho apartment-house style, erat who does likewise is i,omg summer days again. For while with 16 suites for small families on Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt Plans Homes for Working Men That Will Be Unique. The homes for working men that are to ho built in New York by ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 January 1910

15 DAYS SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE ll \ Of many items on which we are overstocked and which we do not wish to carry over. It is our business policy to handle and show only the newest things each season, therefore, we offer these values which you cannot afford to miss. The prices named are in many cases less lhan cost, but the room these goods occupy is worth more than their company. Come in at once while our stock is unbroken. All Wool Dress Goods Reduced 20 per cent Bargains all Over the Store Men's and boys' heavy 50c underwear now for only 39c All sweater coats at 25 percent discount. All heavy 25c hose go for 21c All Poplins, 25c and 30c goods at per yd.. .20c 15 per cent discount on all Blankets and Com forts. Cotton Flannels, Outing and Flannelettes 12jc grade, 11 yds. for $1.00 10c " 12i yds. " 1.00 Sic " 14 yds.' " 1.00 6ic " 21 yds. " 1.00 Suits and Cloaks One third off regular price on all ladies', mis- ses'and children's cloaks. We have an ex- cellent stock of Bearskins which...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 January 1910

in minrwii MalUwwj'ldiy&eniiylhniial "HURRY-OUT i Starts Saturday, Jan. 22 - Lasts Two Weeks By a gradual evolution, development, growth, or whatever you may call it, the "Matthews Semi-Annual 'Hurry-Out* Sales" have become pre-eminently the most important sales of Men's Wear held in the State of Texas, and doubtless among the biggest events of their kind held by any store in America. That the one commencing here Saturday—Our 8th Semi-Annual "Hurry-Out" Sale—will be the biggest and best of all that have preceded it, by the rule of precedent, would seem a natural sequence. But There Are Other and More Effectual Reasons Why This Should Be Our Biggest and Best Sale Our stock of Clothing, not only in quantity, but in quality and styles, is superior to any that we have ever placed onsale and the Reductions in Prices Are Decidedly More Radical This is also true of many lines of Furnishing Goods and Hats. The idea is *his: We have educated the public up to expecting bigger things of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 January 1910

11 ■ If 4.wi *1/ tk XI .k / vV Men's Feet Growing Larger. Brockton, Mass.: A local expert says that men's feet are larger than they used to be and that there is evi- dence of this in the increased demand for the large sizes in Bhoes, more eights and nine being made up than ever before, with a run on sizes even larger. Keep Smiling. Recall what the fool thinketh in his heart. Disappointed human nature does deserve pity, but it is not good to give it. Brace up. Curtiss Makes New Record. Los Angeles: Glenn H. Curtiss, the American aviator who was completely eclipsed by Louis Paulhan with his spectacular feats on the first day of the aviation meet here Monday, de- feated his French rival in the race for the honors of Tuesday. His record is fifty-five miles an hour. Cockney Dialect In Bible. A Bible printed in 1810 had a line of semi-cockney dialect In Matthew 8:43: "Who hath ears to ear let him bear." Government Forces Defeated. San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua: Rum- ors reached here Wednesd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 January 1910

Local and Personal. If you want to build anything, 4ae E. T. Markrum. Tom Holliday has returned to his home at Austin. See our laces and embroideries. Bovell's Bargain House. T. G. Duckworth and G. P. Worthirgton of New Hope, were here Tuesday. Mrs. Bettie Allen returned Monday from a visit to relatives at Richardson. Daniel Rugel visited his sister, Mrs. L. B. Sowell, in Forney, Saturday and Sunday. Pay your street tax now. On and after Feb. 1 it will cost you $5.00 or live days work. A. J. Miller, Tax Col. If you want your farm sold quick, write or call and see J. M. Mortella, 415 Commerce St., Dallas Texas. Special represen- tative of Gray Realty Co., Kan- las City, Mo. Announces For Sheriff. TOM DAVIS GENERAL BLACKSMITH/ ING and HORSESHOEING. We solicit your patronage and will treat you right. Tom Davis Mesquite, ✓ Texas Wm. J. Moore, better known as Will, announces this week as a candidate for Sheriff of Dallas County, subject to the Demo- cratic primary election, July 2.3, 191...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 January 1910

\ ) I- n e V A - i I, i \ ®ljc ®cxas iilcsc]uitcr. ; By John E, Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28,1910 Vol. XXVIII No. 3i I Our Big Semi-Annual Glean-Up Sale Closes Saturday Night, January 29. For two days more the severe reductions named will be in force in this, the Biggest Bargain event of the season Ladies' and Misses1 Skirts at Greatly Reduced Prices We have a beautiful line of skirts and of the same weave and material that our spring numbers will be, but we class them winter goods and include them in our clean-up-sale. 10 00 Skirts, Clean up sale $7 49 9 00 Skirts, Clean up sale 6 99 7 50 Skirts, Clean up sale 5 99 G 50 Skirts, Clean up sale 4 99 5 00 Skirts, Clean up sale 3 89 4 50 Skirts, Clean up sale 8 49 3 50 Skirts, Clean up sale 2 95 3 00 Skirts, Clean up sale 2 49 No alterations made on Skirts during our seven day's sale Mens Winter Suits Clean up Bargain Sale—Last Call Prices We have a good line and in order to clean up all winter suits, we make the following...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 January 1910

■ i . / ThE TEXAS RfiESdliilEH. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Fkiday At Mesquite, Texas. Entered in the pustoffloo at Mes- qilte, Texas, as second class matter. Friday, January 28,1910. Announcements ' The following announcements arc made Bubject to the Democratic pri- mary election, July 23, 1910: Forjudge, County Court at-Law: W. P. Whiteiiurst. For Sheriff: Wm. J. Moore. For Tax Collector: A. W. Lander. R. L. Ellis. For Public Weigher, Precinct 4: R. L. Page. H. B. Cox. T A. Jett. W. T. Lee. P. C. Nash. W. B. Stampes. If you haven't paid your poll tax, yon'11 have to hurry. If we are to judge by the ad- vertising columns of the Irving Index and Carrollton Chronicle, and that is a pretty fair criterion, then both Irving and Carrollton are about ready for the under- taker. If it is all right for Colquitt to retain his office and draw $4,000 per year while running for gov- ernor, why not have the legisla- ture pass a law to pay all candi- date* for...

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