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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 January 1910

DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND BIG CLEARANCE SALE BOOBS3 MM -~£aui. m mwmmiMsamm waMmoiLznaMmm EEKiffiEaejt ;3£M2B!5K3ea mmmmsmmmmmmomm Of all fall and winter goods including shoes, clothing, heavy underwear, wool shirts, ladies' suits, shirt waist, cloaks, hats, dress goods, in fact everything in fall and winter goods is included in this sale,even if no price is quoted. Attend the sale and we will make the lowest price ever made on high class merchandise. All Wool r ress Goods Reduced 20 per cent Bargains all Over the Store Men's and boys'heavy 50c underwear now for only 80c All sweater coats at 25 percent discount. All heavy 25c: hose go for 21c All Poplins, 2".c and 30cg ods at per yd...20c 15 per cent discount on all Blankets and Comforts. Cotton Flannels, Outing and Flannelettes | 12ic grade, 11yds. for $1.00 10c " 12* yds. " 100 8*e " 14 yds. '• 1.00 Oic " 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 s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 January 1910

lir S iC. A PROPOSAL Housewife—You always seem to en- Joy eating my food, but my husband is never suited with it! Beggar—Say, get a divorce and marry me! EPIDEMIC OF ITCH IN WELSH VILLAGE "In Dowlais, South Wales, about fif- teen years ago, families were strick en wholesale by a disease known as the itch. Believe mo, it is the most terrible disease of its kind that I know of, aa it itches all through your body and makes your life an inferno. Sleep is out of the Question and you feel as if a million mosquitoes were attacking you at the same time, i knew a dozen families that were so affected. "The doctors did their best, but their remedies were of no avail what- ever. Then the families tried a drug- gist who was noted far and wide for his remarkable cures. People came to him from all parts of the country tor treatment, but his medicine made matters still worse, as a last resort they were advised by a friend to use the Cuticura Remedies. I am glad to tell you that after a few days' tr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 January 1910

V • * BREAKS A COLD IN A DAY And Cures any Cough that Is Curable. Noted Physician's Formula. Th 1b is said to be I ho most effective /emedy for coughs and colds known to science. "Two ounces Glycerine; half ounce Concentrated Pine; Put those Into half a pint of good whiskey and use in doseB of tear poonful to a table- Bpoonful every four hours. Shake bot- tle well each time." Any druggist has these ingredients in stock or will quickly get them from his wholesale house. The Concentrated Pine is a special pine product and comes only In half ounce vials each enclosed in an air tight case: Hut be sure it is labeled "Concentrated." This formula cured hundreds here last winter. NO GOLFING THAT DAY, BUT- Evldently Papa Had Not Neglectec Other Pastime That Seems Some- how to Go with It. It was customary for Perkins, on leaving his office at noon Saturday, to Bpend the afternoon joyously outdoors, engrossed with golf balls and high- bails. Being a clever chap, he was a champion in both pasti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 January 1910

LIKES THE WOMAN OF FORTY fcngliah Writer Is of Opinion That at That Age She Is Really Moat Charming. At what age is a woman most baauti/ul? William Morris fixed it at 40, arid, taking one consideration With another, 1 have arrived at the conclusion that his decision was a ▼try wise one. Personally, one might incline to the opinion that the age at which a woman is most dan- gerously attractive is 30 or there- abouts. At that stage of existence, Whether she is married or single, and always supposing she has grace of form, a fair share of good looks, that she understands something of the art of dressing, that she has lived in the world and not in a provincial town or country rectory all her life, she can generally man- age to outwit any girl. But we get a step further in the science of at- tractiveness when we come to the woman of -10. Her personal attrac- tions are no longer of the dazzling description, but for all she has a charm which alone can be given by tnaturity, that wisdom whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 February 1910

®l)£ (Ecxas itksnuiter. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1910 Vol.XXVIIl No. 32 SOMETHING HEW TO SHOW YOU IN UP-TO-DATE SPRING600DS WE FEEL WE HAVE COLLECTED together one of the best lines of goods that lias been our pleasure to show for some years, and in spite of the advance on all kinds of Merceandise we have by keen forsight taken advantage of offered opportunities during the past months, and can sell you goods at last year's prices in most lines. We have in the past two weeks received many new goods from St. Louis and New York, and invite that you call and inspect our new show- ing at your earliest convenience. Our store will close at 7 p. m. every day except Monday and Saturday nights. #v a: 1 I -30 I I fty For Spring Dresses BARNABY ZEPHYRS are in. Fashion has taken a hand in the Barnaby Campaign. Women's dresses are discarding the long straight lines and assembling the smart trim outlines, suitable to checks and plaids. Fine ginghams will be worn more f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 February 1910

I ■ I ■ TOE TEXAS MESQU1TER TWO MINE DISASTERS JOHN t. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor innrn Tfl TUC I ICT MESQU1TE, - ~ TEXAS AUUtU IU lilt LlOl THE AMERICAN HOME. We hear much of the passing of the American home, but as long as the In- dividual members of the family realize the part they must pjay in its forma- tion, and appreciate its manifold bless- ings, there is little chance of such a catastrophe. Not only every structuro of wood or brick that shelters human beings la a home; love and care and consideration are not found in every dwelling place; but that family circle that lives together in peace of heart and mind, be its habitation a cabin or • mansion, has atruck the keynote of the true harmonies of home. The de- mands of modern times, however, have aounded the death knell of one of tho most attractive features of home life in the winter time—the open fire, whose warmth and cheerful glow forms a center of common interest around which the members of a family are accustomed to g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 February 1910

INDATRBDGAT BY Meredith Nichoison ]L L LkS TRA T/Ofid BY GAY WALTERS OOrrHKMT J907 OY &V&&J -VKBfffLL Cd CHAPTER I. A Telegram from Paul Stoddard. Stoddard's telegram was brought to Aie on the Glenarm pier at four •o'clock Tuesday afternoon, the 5th of June. I am thus explicit, for all the •matters hereinafter described turn upon the receipt of Stoddard's mes- sage, which was, to be sure, harmless •enough In Itself, but, like many other scraps of paper that blow about the •world, the forerunner of confusion and trouble. My friend, Mr. John Glenarm, had gone abroad for the summer with his family and had turned over to me Ills house at Annandale that I might ■enjoy Its seclusion and comfort while •writing my book on "Russian Rivers." If John Glenarm had not taken his family abroad with him when ho went to Turkey to give the sultan's engi- neers lessons in bridge building; if I had not accepted his kind offer of the house at Annandale for the sum- mer; and if Paul Stoddard ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 February 1910

THF TEXAS MESQUIIER. te Dollar Per Year. i (jSK E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. pobushkd Every Friday At Mesquite, Texas. Entered in the postoffice at Mew- q:\ite, Texas, as second class matter. cou/yTyg ASSOCjA Friday, February 4,1910. Announcements The following announcements are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election, July 23, 1910: Forjudge, County Court at-Law: W. F. Whitehurst. For Sheriff: Wm. J. Moore. For Tax Collector: A. W. Lander. R. L. Ellis. For Constable, Precinct No. 4: T. J. Sewell. For Public Weigher, Precinct 4: R. L. Page. H. B. Cox. T A. Jett. W. T. Lee. P. C. Nash. W. B. Stavpes. Next year, Bascom Thomas, who is telling why lie was ex-1 pelled from tne senate, can tell why he was not elected lieuten- ant governor. Candidate and Labels. It is funny how these fellows who bank so heavy on party regu larity can cotton up to Poindex ter, who has had more different, political beliefs than any prom inent man in Texas. The Terrell Transcript re- cords the fact that a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 February 1910

W - F riday and Saturday FRIDAY AND SATURDAY % "O u* D 4~> cd CD ""C C >> c3 • i-N Ui Uh Bargains for Spot Cash Ladies' suits worth up to 16. 00, your choice .. $6.00 Men's suits and extra t rousers 25 per cent discount. Boys' suits worth 4.00 to 6.00, your choice 3.25 25 Boys' suits, size 5 to 9, your choice 95 7 spools Clark's thread 27 21 yards outing, 6c quality 1.00 All grades dress calico, per yard 4} Heavy shirting worth 12£c per yard, only 9 Best Rip-not overalls for men 90 Best Rip-not overalls for boys 45 Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!! All extra heavy shoes and patent leather shoes and boots are included in this slaughter of prices. 5 pairs $5.00 bootes, your choice $8.95 2 " 6.00 4.95 4 " 5.00 " " " 8.85 2 " boys 3.50 " 2.85 10 " 3.00 and 3.50 extra heavy shoes, your choice 2.55 Ladies' patent leather shoes at cost. February 4th and 5th Grocery Specials IK pounds granulated sugar $1 00 12 " raisins j.oo 12 " peaches i.oo Gallon nice barrel pickets 35 Dozen 3 pound cans ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 February 1910

:>nda: A Moorish 'Tbdasury ft # HE report that Mr. Perln ot T Baltimore has discovered dur- ing excavations under his re- cent purchase, the Casa del Rey Moro at Ronda. what may prove to be a valuable con- tribution to the history of the Moorish occupation of Spain, in the shape of treasure, mosaic and tombs will no doubt direct fresh at tentlon to the town of Ronda Itself. Ronda in the days when the Moors were all-powerful in Andalusia, a province which was the first and the last to owu their sovereignty, was a place of supreme importance from the fact of its situation on an almost Impregnable rock, and though it does not rank with Granada, which holds that Jewel in Spain's crown, the Al- hambra, it yet preserves suflicient trace of its former greatness to en- PHOTOS copy RIGHT BY 36 im mr ■ aozen. You cannot find an AJu- 1an who will find fault with Alaska and so every one is satisfied, the mining camps at Dawson. Fairbanks and Nome, or the cabins out along the creeks, miles an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 February 1910

I I 1 TRIED REMEDY FOR THE GRIP. r1 QlJGnS COLD Accidents Will Happen And when they do—they hurt. HUNT'S LIGHTNING OIL is the one instantaneous relief and cure for all wounds, bruises, sores, cuts, sprains and abrasions of the ■kin. It forms an artificial skin covering, excludes the air instant- ly, stops pain at once. There are many oils, but none like HUNT'S. The action is different, and the effect as well. .. HUNT'S .. LIGHTNING Always have it in the house. Take it with you when you travel—you never can tell when HUNT'S LIGHTNING OIL may be most needed. 25cts and 50cts bottles. For Sale by All Druggist9 A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Sherman, Texas OIL TWO MORE INQUIRIES INTO HIGH PRICES DOCTOR'S BEST FORMULA RESOLUTION INTRODUCED IN THE HOUSE ORDERS THOROUGH INVESTIGATION. EXPLANATIONS DEMANDED First Measure Introduced by Payne—• Condrey Demands Probe Into Alleged Meat Trust. You can't sow thistles and reap li.js. If you plant Ferry's Seeds you prow cxactly what you expect and in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 February 1910

I ♦ • '4 1« Zy, KT Mr:'.- ' H£§lf> lis 1 iteWMt "■'' iMf® fe Vs&t ! Local and Personal. The 5-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Yandell 13obbitt died at 10 o'clock Sunday morning and was buried at the Mesquite cemetery Monday morning, funeral services being conduct- ed bv Rev. G. C. Garrison. A Card o' Thanks. Wo desire to thank our neigh bors find friends for their kind nes* shown us during the short illness and death of our little H^aco. May Gods richest blessings rest on every one who visited and and helped us in any way. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Starnes. Interurban Newc. Business Local, For Sale- hay. -Good Johnson grass A. E. Bardwell. Headquarters for cold drinks at Gross' Restaurant. Girls, when he asks you to marry him, tell him you want Markrum to build the house. Oak Wood—I am ready to de- liver heater and stove *ood. R. C. Rouce, Phone 87-3r. The house that Jack built is a good story to tell the children, but what you need is the house that Markrum built. The preliminary surv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 February 1910

' i-tjr ' g> dl ichl d[ •hi ndl ii e icr n. aid 11 - Hid TUP to it y- ;t-u- Mirtt. | was 1()V0 1 >%1 Utlu J ■ aid iwl tiff ime iald the .hat to the >eeu was y 7, of No. D. xist by ited and tho- 1 Htk uty, City was here in a that •jriff yinp only ntin- her that J-, l)0U tliJ ■ol i i (> the" nore tho axes they i nd lisea the the th at b< ve con- un- for itsed- vh\ich th'«y the exist lived, the deed . loud ntilTs la^ea the an i-e of sfore I Jord- up have of •ever ament lien ' (HH1- vretl miriot *. 1)0 !U, SO the fi of a n dl M uyf laredj t tlu Mll(| iminj i i'jht.l [)l rill- } T Mlet ®he 3c*ns itlconuitcr. By John E. Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1910 Vol.XXVlIl No. 33 cSHSWQI S x x SPECIAL EFFORTS IN SPRING GOODS a: jsc We are entering upon the spring of the new year with one of the best assorted lines of spring merchandise that it has been our pleasure to show. Our manager is now in the eastern markets and our stock will be added to daily with spring and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 February 1910

THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN t. 04VIS, Editor and Proprietor MESlJlJITE. - ^ TEXAS Get ready for a spring real estate boom. Is there really such a thing as "slip- pery weather?" Aeroplanes never get stalled In snowdrifts, anyway. Thuggery has become a hazardous occupation In Chicago. The inventor of the pay-as-you-enter car could not have been a smoker. Uncle Sam's warships do no honor to the navy when they spend all night on shoals or mud banks. That January thaw did not bring the nens to a melting mood. Eggs continue Just as high as ever. The best proof of high or low prices 1b found by the avernge man In his cash balance at the month's end. The man who Invented that phan- tom airship Is a genius either for In- venting or for weaving fairy tales. If Halley's comet must strike the earth somewhere, we hope it will show a sense of discrimination and land in Nicaragua. A whole village In Italy le sliding down the hill on which It was built. The coasting must be unusually fine In that loca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 February 1910

fl f JO n •I. h, J PAST ™m<f PRESENT W4ZDONfAWOETT 1 MM trbAv'-.r.y A fd-cf ZHrttu^ovf-r^ar jr^^-JZ^JSJ-jVC? 7&TJS- J^J-JSCZASiS- c&r c^d^rr<3 zs?2^:&*''7ZrAr&& w Sllilffpfip OAC£= C>i - 5%s= TS>aj^^Z£S. cy caArzs J&i/:£W7TA<^^- (?£*£> CF/frirT&JZ&i HE wither inlsty historical T chronicles on the subject would seem to Indicate that comic valentines did not make their appear- ance quite as early as the beautiful and sentimental varieties, but it is evident that "these sarcastic souvenirs were not f{*r behind the poetic confeqtlons of flowers and lace paper; In finding popular favor. From the outset the whole prin- ciple of the exchange or distribu- tion of comic valentines has been different in one important essen- tial from the dispatch of the "pretty kind." In the case of the artistic and sentimental tokens of St. Valentine the sender is usually willing, nay anxious that the re- cipient shall suspect his identity. In the case of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 February 1910

Vf THF TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Publish ki> Evert Friday At Mesquitk, - - Texas. Entered in the postufflQO at Mes- qaite, Texas, as second elaas matter. coui^ ASSOCls Friday, February 11,1910. Announcements The following announcements are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election, July 23,1910: Forjudge, County Court at-Law: W. F. Whitehurst. H. C. Jarrel. For County Attorney: R. M. Clark. • For Tax Assessor: G. W. 8EARS. For Tax Collector: A. W. Lander. R. L. Ellis. For Sheriff: Wm. J. Moqre. For Constable, Precinct No. 4: T. J. Sewell. For Public Weigher, Precinct 4: R. L. Page. H. B. Cox. T A. Jett. W. T. Lee. P. C. Nash. W. B. Stampes Has Wells of Bells flew the coop? HON. CONE. •*> HHMHf m if. R, M, Clark Announces. Candidate For Governor The question of the hour. What has became of Dr. Cook aDd Ed S. Thayer? Will Address The People At Mesquite Tuesday, Feb. 15th 1910 at 2 o'clock p. m. Mesquite is coming right along. Still...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 February 1910

vf 7 /« chl til h idl 'l\W ^jij \y o|[^ ^$<7 g i i 1 S f <> i )t ml o| >?] i <i J e 5 If f f p vS ► 7 i •- e* -■ i New Goods For spring are arriving daily. Just received a large shipment of wash dress goods in all the lite colors and weaves, including plain and fig ured poplin, satin stripe purnella, suiset- ta, jocsuards and dress linen. Prices per yard, 15c 25c 35c § , ovt With the Old In With the New ell receiving department Ladies' slippers and oxfords in tan, patent, vici and oxblood; two snappiest styles ever shown in Mesquite. $1.50 to $3.50 Misses', children's and infant's slinpers—sizes to fit everyone. Prices 25c to $2.00 We are prepared to extend credit accom- modations on reasonable terms. J. F. McCullough Mesquite, Texas We have increased oar large shoe stock and will hereafter be bet- ter prepared than ever to serve you. We guar antee. Come and see. Men's and boys' low cut shoes in all the lat- est styles and patterns $2.00 to $4.50 On Grocer- ies and Fe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 February 1910

REAL MEAN. The elopers were In Montreal and iear old Chicago was many miles away. "I—I think p-pa Is Just too mean for anything," pouted the pretty bride, hiding her sobs. "What is the trouble, my dear?" asked the wife of the hotel keeper, consolingly. "Why, when Edwin and I ran short of funds we sent pa the distress sig- nal, 'C. Q. D., and thought surely he'd send a cheek. Instead of that he just wired 'J. W. H.' " "Gracious! And what did that mean?" " 'Just walk home.' " Obeying Instruction!. The green youth who had made his first ascension in a balloon pfcked himself up out of the ditch and rubbed his eyes. "Numskull!" shrieked the profes- sional. "What do you mean W'Wreck- lng my balloon? When ^you found she was falling why didn't ypu throw out sand?" "B-because I was obeying your in- structions," faltered, the $F)ghtdiifed youth. "My instruction^?*' "Yes; you told me not to 'lose, my grit' and I didn't." ! • WAGGISH. There's a heap o" thlnKS I notice As I Journey through th' y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 February 1910

10 +?i ■ • i •■" :■ v > ■ . * \ .* .. .n. " • —V *«•*••• '«v >F&aKioKsv4 "<£> i^£Y PROPER AUTO HATS 6PECIAL MILLINERY DESIGNED FOR THIS PURPOSE. Bonnet Shapes Undoubtedly Are the Best and Most Suitable—Example of One with a Foundation of Raffia. Ever since the auto really arrived And became the god of our idolatry, fair woman has worn the long, pro- tecting and fascinating chiffon veil, until it has become the outward and visible sign of her devotion to motor- lug. At first she was given to getting tanned and looking frouzy, but that, of course, could not last. Various good, sensible protecting head cover- ings were devised, some of them ex- tremely pretty, but none of them seized upon the feminine fancy with such strength as to become the regu- lation motoring hat. The long veil, therefore, has been worn with mil- linery of all sorts. But gradually the sense of fitness is making a demand each season for special millinery tor motoring. Shapes this season have favored...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 February 1910

Local and Personal. Char l<y Lawrence Married. Charley Lawrence, of Long- view, who*e marriage to Miss Nadine Erwin occured in Min- eola Wednesday of last week, Cdme in with his bride the next day and spent several days with relatives here, leaving Mon- day for their future home at Port Worth. Charley wns raised here and he and his charming bride have the sincere best wishes of all. Charley "is in the employ of the T. <fc P. Railway and has been running as brakeman on freight trains. To Move Next Week. M. P. Hawthorne, cashier of Guaranty State Bank of Mes- quite, was here from Seagoville Monday and Tuesday, on bus- iness in connection with the bank. Mr. Hawthorne stated that he would move his family here next week. They will oc- cupy the Herman Borchardt residence, in the southeast part of town. Work on the bank is nearing completion and as soon as the building is finished and the fix- tures received and installed, the bank will begin business. List of Immortals. The followin...

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