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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 February 1910

h / J«r id |Qh lid Ich |nd ne ar ID. }ld |i - Ind rer 1 to fy- tu- IHt fas >ve lie itfi \ Lid Iwl liff tue lid jiie [at J to Ihe I las 'l, [of [o. Id. list |by led lud [he 1st, 3, fty las |sre a tat ®he ®exas illesnniter. By John E. Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1910 Vol.XXVIII No. 34 ■r >1: ley J n,' e mm m w , :? . . ; POWER AND SELUNG STRENGTH Experience and Prices Talk Experience has taught us how to buy goods. Money connot buy such experience. Regardless of where you are from, we want to prove to you that it will pay you to place your business with us, and we will make our experience your profit. W Spring: and Sum- mer Oxfords We have now on our shelves some of the newest styles of Men's, Women and Children's oxfords. Over three million people wear the Star Brand Shoes, Do you? If you have never worn a pair, you don't know what it is to be "foot" happy. You'll have to jump high to jump to a star; It's higher in quality than other shoes are. But when do reac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 February 1910

.1 THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor WKSQU1TE, - - - TEXAS Fine winter weather, but a little too much of It. Several other things besides college football need reforming. Lake Michigan resists all tempta- tions to become a skating rink. There Is a prospect that the eartt will step on the tall of the comet "Feet are growing larger." Another reason for the increased cost of liv- ing. Oolf balls are going up In price and there threatens to be much privation on the links. In addition to life belts lake steam- ers should carry a complement of ekates. Oleomargarine is In wrong when It ts artistically colored and boxed up and shipped as cheese. Uncle Sam's battleships are display- ing too great a fondness for the mud banks of the Delaware. Like all well-regulated great fairs the Berlin exposition of 1911 Is prepar- ing to ask for a postponement ^OW a French warship has gone on the rocks. Some of the navies of the world do not seriously miss war. Pigs are suggested as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 February 1910

V\ ii w 4 v FROM AN OPERATION By Lydia E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound De Forest, "Wis.— "After an opera- tion four years ago I had pains down- ward in both sides, backache, and a weakness. The doc- tor wanted me to have another opera- tion. I took Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegeta- ble Compound and I am entirely cured of my -troubles."— Mrs. AuOT'?T#^1Esj?#®ttAKN, De For- est, Wisconsin. A nother Opetfatiflitl Avoided. ■>'ew Orleafis, ''For years J suf- fered from severe feiftaie troubles. Finally I was conned to my bed and the doctor said an operation was neces- sary. I gave Lydia J£. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound a trial first, and was saved from an operation."—Mrs. Lily Peykou-X, 1111 Xerlerec St., Hew •Orleans, La. "r y Thirty years of unparalleled success ■confirms the power of Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound to cure female diseases. The great volume of oinsolicited testimony constantly pour- ing in proves conclusively that Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound-is « rem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 February 1910

:v.. ".rr. ..r;,v :. THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John B. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mesquitk, Texas. Entered In the postofflco at Mes- f alte, Texas, as second class matter. Friday, February 18,1910. Announcements The following announcement* are e subject to the Democratic pri- election^ July 28,1910: For Judge, Cooftty Court at-Law: W. P. wfntbhurst. H. C. Jaeeel. For County Attorney: r. m. Clark. Ibr Tax Assessor: O. W. Skaks. H. M- Hluston. A. B. Ebhlkman. Jas. E. Bolton. Ifor Tax Collector: 1 s A. W. Lander. R. L. Elus. For Sheriff: Wm. J. Moore. For Constable, Precinct No. 4: T. J. Sewell. E. N. Terry. For Public Weigher, Precinct 4 R. L. Page. H. B. Cox. T. A. Jett. W. T. Lee. P. C. Nash. W. B. St a v pes The fact that spring will soon be here is evidenced by tho fact that baseball gossip is again finding a place in the daily news- papers. The country appears to he drifting towards the conclusion that the cotton gambler is sim ply a parasite an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 February 1910

•• >• ™. fl 3 S3 O £ 3. fe J* . • '■ Shoes and Hats Groceries and Feedstuff WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS With prices right and terms reas^ onable we solicit your trade for 1910, If you wish to trade on fall time pet our terms before mak' ine any other arrangements. WE WILL TREAT YOU RIGHT Clothing and Furnishings Dry Goods and Millinery r- •> i Local and Personal G. W. Dickson ia atiti very low. Try oar fine Chili. R. 0. rroM' Restaurant. J. C. O'Bannon of near Law- ion, wan here Monday. Poat cards, magaeines, tablets, snvelopes, etc.— Will B. B. H. E. L. Prewitt and C. T. Stark )f Kleburg were here Tuesday. We serve 'em right; we serve km quick—hot lunches. Gross. C. A. Tosch of Dallas, spent Sunday with homefolk and ^friends here. Bovell's Bargain House for a swell line of pictures. 25c to $1.50 each.—Will. Misses Josie and St 11 a Gird- ley visited friends in Dallas Sat- urday and Sunday. > .1. V. Cogburn near Orphans [Home, was a pleasant caller at pur sanctum Wednesday. When ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 February 1910

ind At Red G at BY Meredith Nicholson illltitratlortcs 3y ray walter<5 qorvrkmr '907 ov aoaas-mcmu c® SYNOPSIS. Miss Patricia Holbrook and Miss Helen Ilolhrook, her niece, were entrusted to the care of Laurence Donovan, a wrtter, summering near Port Annandale. Miss Patricia confided to Donovan that she feared her brother Henry, who, ruined b> m bank failure, had constantly threiUetlea her for money from his fatherswUI. of which Miss Patricia was guardian They came to Port Annandale to escape Henfy. Donovan sywpathtad' ^tn the two "women. He learned of(Miss Helens an noylug suitor. * '• CHAPTER Ilk—Continued. "Drop one of tft'e canoes into the water." I said; ajtd I watched the prowling boatman while ijlma crept back to the boat house. The canoe was launched; «elloiitly and the boy drove It ou$ to ine with a few light ,strokes. I tpok the p'addje, and we crept close tjrjng the shore toward the St. Agatha light, my eyes Intent on the boat^hich was now drawing in to the school pi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 February 1910

TREATING FOR GAPES FASTENING barn_door open i i | \ \ 0 \( A ) Keep Young Chicks on Clean Ground Not Trampled on Trouble fa Not Diaaaae and Is Caused by Small Red Worms Which Gather In Windpipes and In- terfere with Breathing. (By 8. C MILLER.) Strictly speaking, gupes cannot be called a dlneatie, since chicks that are so afflicted are in a physically per- fect condition. The trouble Is caused by a small red worm, or rather by a collection of such worms, which gath- er in the windpipes, and as they grow Interfere with the breathing and cause the chicks to gasp and alter awhile strangle. The worm Is the larvae of eggs de- posited in the lilth of the yards or coops, and is hatched after being ta- ken into the chick's throat. They are, when full grown, about one inch long, and very much resem- ble a pale streak of blood. Incubator chicks and those which run on clean grassy plots, away from the haunts of the older fowls, are nev- _r known to have gapes, while, on the other hand, those w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 February 1910

1 '• n! . if; i V*• i y r - ?j|L >■ Local and Personal. Phoenix to Move. Wo will move in a short time to the new Rugel building, sec- ond door from northwest corner public square. We will have much nicer quarters, and will be better prepared than ever to serve our tnany customers Don't forget to come to see us. The Phoenix Restaurant List of Immortals. For Tax Assessor. The following have our thanks lor the amount set opposite their lames, paid on subscription the past week: R P Jones, Mesquite . W I Weatherford " J C O'Bannon " .... W G Stogsdill, Dallas .... A L Paschall Charley Potter " .... Miss B. Ireson, Richardson J V Cogburn, Dallas, R. 3, $1 00 1 60 25 2 00 1 00 50 .35 1 00 SHOE SHOP Shoe and harness repairing neatly done at reasonable prices When needing repair work of this kind, call on me in the E. A. Everett old stand. W. D. NUNN Card of Thanks. We desire to express our sin eere gratitude to those friends and relatives who were so faith ful and kind to us and to our ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 February 1910

pert mill ail vhil HttJ rhlel ihanfl time ;aftoi . D] oaii^j •mil a ntf covei, ey i{ )t. 81 pay I xt'cu i rrual waij lUbo v < Oil • ' •t the xitU ved, Lhtf eed oud tifTs a^es the ao of for® jrd up ave of ver nen< lie ;e !u-, ered. itrict- , be! n so the s of and M ay urcd the Hiiid iiing «ht, roW 1 it J l vTljc 3c*as illconuitcr. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1910 Vol.XXVIIlNo.35 When You View What Is Going on At Our Store In The Way of SPRING PREPARATION And the arrival of ^reat cases of clean and disireable merchandise, you will undoubtedly place us among the progressive stores of the land. We are determined that our reputation as to progress will never he lowered, but will he improved with each passing day, week, month and year. Come to our store and see for yourself. Pumps and Oxfords For Men, Women and Children For the lady, our spring line of ladies' 0x ford s, Tie s a n d pumps is more com- plete than ever be fore. We are show- ing the very lat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 February 1910

LOOKING AHEAD. } i I 11 I Elephant—Why does Longneck run around with his head so close to the ground T Lion—Why, he's afraid that if he raises it he'll bump his head into one of those airships! DRUNKENNESS is unworthy when you can have it removed without any- body's knowledge. Acme simple home- treatment will do the work. Write El Fortin, Dickey Bldg., Chicago, 111., for free trial. She Had Noticed It. Mrs. Knicker.—They say the pur- chasing power of a dollar has dimin- ished. Mrs. Bocker—Yes, it used to buy a bargain worth $1.98. and now It only gets something worth $1.49. INDATRBDGAT BY Meredith Nickoison ILL U<S TPATlOMcS BY my WALTERS cortR/cftr nor ov oo63jw#/?/u cck For Family Needs You will find Hostetter's Stomach Bitters especial- ly well adapted. It is com- pounded from the purest drills and is good for every member of the family. When the appetite is poor, system run down, or you suffer from Sick Head- ache* Vomiting, Heart- burn. Sour Stomach, In* digestion, Costivene...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 February 1910

hUCL*,* i - FTER you have been two weekt) In the hoime with one o' theae terrible han- dy men that ask their wives to be Bure and wipe between the tines of the forks, and that know Just how to hang: out a wash so each piece will (ret the best sun, It's a real Joy to get back to the ordinary kind of man. Yes, 'tis so. I want a man should have sense about, the things he:? mei^nt, to, huv« sense about, but when It' comes to keeping house, I like him real help- less the way the Lord planned to h^ye hlm."-^You.tbfm Companion. I Dates as'^ood. Tha 'dWe, fig', and^aielri are yalu- able foods and with a few nutBr*'btie may make a wholesome meal with one or" all of these fruits; A handful of dates and a bit of bread feeds the Arab, who Is able to.travel over the hot sands of the desert These dried fruits may be used, in combination with many foods, making highly nu- tritive dishes. ' Date sandwiches are delicious. Chop the dates, add pecans chopped fine, and a little salt, then spread over t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 February 1910

I f I 1 W TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Publishici' Bvbby Friday At Mesquite, Texas. Entered In the postoffloe at Mes- qnite, Texas, as second class matter. ASSOCjfSJiS^ Friday, February 25,1910. Announcements The following announcements are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election, July 23,1910: Forjudge, County Court at-Law: W. F. Whitehurst. EL C. Jarrel. For County Attorney: R. M. Clark. Louis Wilson. J. W. Pierson. For District Clerk: A. H. Cooper. For Tax Assessor: G. W. Sears. H. M. Elliston. A. E. Eshleman. J as. E. Bolton. For Tax Collector: A. W. Lander. R. L. Ellis. For Sheriff: Wm. J. Moore. A. L. Ledbetter. Henry Jacoby. For Constable, Precinct No. 4: T. J. Sewell. E. N. Terry. For Public Weigher, Precinct 4: R. L. P>ge. H. B. Cox. T A. Jett. W. T. Lee. P. C. Nash. W B ^T^VPES Polls paid for Mesquite 240, for Richardson 233. What has the Echo to say about that? Did you set out any shade trees on Washington's birthday? If n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 February 1910

V Dry Goods, OFF TO MARKET Groceries, Millinery, Shoes, Hats, Furnishings. Our Mr. J. F. McCullough left the first of the week for the North- ern and Eastern markets, to purchase NEW SPRING GOODS He will thoroughly acquaint himself, while in the fashion centers, with the latest styles and most popular fabrics, and our friends may de- pend on it that our spring line will be strictly up to date. These goods will begin to arrive shortly. Watch for our ad. next week, and in the meantime, come here for bargains in eatables and wearables. Feedstuff. Bring us your Chickens, But- ter and Eggs. J. F. McCH LL0H GM. MESQUITE, .... TEXAS JSC |Q 6 Local and Personal. J. T. Walker of Alvord, spent |Sunday here. J. F. McCullough left Sunday Ifor St. Louis to purchase goods |for his store. Miss • Josie Girdley visited relatives in Forney Saturday ight and Sunday. Mound City Paints may cost a (trifle more, but—! Mesquite Pharmacy. Mrs. J. T. Walker visited her mother, Mrs. M. A. Smith, in Dallas Sun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 February 1910

I THE TEXAS MESQUITER ■ HI! JOHN I. DAVIS, fditor and Proprietor . TEXAS MKSQU1TE, - All's not junk that litters. After a man has shown nls temper, It feels like hiding. Of course there is a yellow peril. Isn't China full of Fangs? "Beautiful snow" is the sort you don't have to wade through. Better be counted twice in the com- ing census than not at all. Queer as it seems, the fast man Is soon overtaken by misfortune. A new comet has been discovered l)y an astronomer in South Africa. What is there in a fish pole that is ■o destructive to a man's veracity^ Aviation is the only sport in which "going up in the air" wins prizes. Pflnt the lily if you choose, but do not color oleomargarine for commer- cial purposes. This is the weather when the merci- ful man should be merciful to his beast of burden. Maybe that Atlanta couple will yet find their dream marriage turning into a nightmare. They say that there is sodium In the comet's tall. Perhaps some one has been putting salt on it. Every...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 February 1910

\ \ i K \J $p> « ■Wvm Tierian and His Idea Tips For Warm Wi I HIS Is the Btory of a man with money and an Idea. Being an American, he naturally had money and Incidentally the Idea, and he was prouder of his idea than anything he had ever done or owned. It came about this way. The steam heater indig- nantly refused to perforin its duties and the plumb- er, who was a member of the Affiliated Order of Associated So- cial Plumbers, moved in and prepared to occupy the best bedroom for the winter while he supervised the plumb- A CAUTIOUS HUSBAND. mkmm mmmlgB| * imbl: won at the PYRAMID ft 31 J .,1,^.;' i.>: V-'- V i & ..... - //y JSULLQCK <S±££>3 w^rsc i m : & 5 !3SBa«&i !? THE PORCH' . TJ/f grbI cf?opot-l2— dHjfclCANS LfirtOiHQ AT HLCXAtWRlA CQYPT frig. The consequences were, first, that the maids, including the cook, left. Second, that the man had to go out for all of" his meals and became a slave to a cross-eyed waiter; and, third, that his wife divorced him for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 February 1910

I I til 1 !l i III if j . I \ il l • • DEPOSITS GUARANTEED THIS MONTH completes our 8th year as a National Bank. During these eight years this section has passed throuh some very try- ing financial times and had one panic which tried the strongest banks of our county. Since its organiza- tion, our bank has performed its functions regularly and faithfully and lias prospered and grown with the country. Its first report made to the Comptroller showed total assets of $82,450.41 and its last report showed total assets of $209,854.68, which goes to show that our people appreciate A Safe and Conservatively Managed Bank We thank the public for their liberal and stead- fast support and promise, if possible, a better and safer service in the future. The insuring of deposits in National Banks hav- ing recently been made possible by the action of the Comptroller, we determined that our depositors were entitled to all the security to be had, so we have insured them in the Fidelity and Deposit Co...

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

'ertjM rjlntf and hich aid hich and ime ftoi* D. i aid UliH- and jvur y to j'w- ec\i- l'UbiS, was >ove Jllio rust said owl Jtiff hue said tho ,hat to the eon was y 7, of No. D. xist by uted and the 21st, nty, 3, ?ity was here m a that sriff ?inff >nly itin- he tl) ut' J. 5>01: hey :on- un, the lore tins .xes -hey and ist;s the tho hut uve ion- un- for •cd- ioh iey the the xist ed, the eed ud ffs Sfes the an of ore •d- up- ave of iver ient 1 ion sou- red 1 ricl be so the of aud J av aid I \ \ ®lie ®e*as By John E. Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1910 Vol.XXVlIl No. 36 wmmmmmmm f Seasonal i y. \ bought- n-J.71 le Merchandise recedented ( BOUGHT _ KANSA JU$I ®5H L rrrt *8 sr r rgfryri -3 ■rare'vi'K [ liARGADINE MCKITTRICK DRY GOODS Ca I uinif^l 1 the of A TTR1CK Drargss frtrw BB Sacrifice Prices in Ladies' Underwear Ladies' bleached fleeced lined underwear with sleeves, regular 50c value, special 39c Ladies' bleached fleeced lined underwear with sleeves, special per g...

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

i tir r\ THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN t. DAVIS, tditor and Proprietor MESQU1TE, - - • TEXAS Do not masticate the tag on your loaf of bread. Old age brings experience. This rule sometimes works backwards. Say good-by soon to the comet, for It is on Its way. tramp Boston has not become excited as yot over the price of beans. |wimiM ~PHOTOS COrrRtCHr BY UHD£PWOOO * UffOlftWOOO ws scpooooiziB Is It coming to the point where 8 dancer cannot be graceful in clothes? Sometimes it does not make for ultimate speed to take the fastest train. There is a great difference between a peanut farmer and a peanut poli- tician. A Grand Rapids man was killed by a roll of print paper. A single copy suffices In some cases. A Brooklyn widow advertises for a husband with a million. She must mean a million of faults. The earth travels nearly three mil- lion miles a day, and we are all of us more traveled than we had supposed. The sensible man will take care of the grip, and pneumonia will take care of itself. HA...

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

A INDATREDGAT BY Meredith NiCHOESON )LLU<STRAT10/1cS BY RAY WALTFR6 aofYMtur 1907 ev eo&as -ftcnftiu. ca SYNOPSIS. Miss Patricia Holbrook and Miss Helen Holbrook, her niece, were entrusted to the care of Laurence Donovan, a writer, summering near Port Annandale. Miss I'atrlciu conllded to Donovan that slie feared her brother Henry, who, ruined by a bank failure, had constuntly threatened liar for money from his father's will, of which Miss Patricia was guardian. They came to Port Annandale to escape Henry. Donovau sympathized with the two •women. He learned of Miss Helen's an- noying suitor. Donovan discovered and captured an intruder, who proved to be Reginald Gillespie, suitor for the hand of Miss Helen Holbrook. Gillespie disap- peared the following morning. A rough sailor appeared and was ordered away. CHAPTER IV.—Continued. The place was clearly the summer home of a city man in search of quiet, and I was turning away, when sud- denly a woman's voice rang out clear- ly fr...

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

! § • Nl: ' Si i&L THF TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. published Every friday At Mesquite, • * Texas. Entered in the poatofflce at Mes- q:iiU', Texas, as second class matter. ol you having to use the rooster with the drooping dead to typify the sadness that will come to you and other supporters of Mr. Col- quitt when the returns come in. But if that happens, try to tind consolation in the knowledge that will come tnat your loss is the State's gain. i as coua/-^ ASSOCIA Friday, March 4, 1910. Announcements The following announcements arc made subject to the Democratic pri- mtiy election, July 23,1910: For the Legislature, Place No. 3 John E. Dams, There are more "politicians,' who know less about politics in Venus than of any two towns of of her size in the state, Alvaradj not excepted.—Venus Times. The Times is supporting Mr. Colquitt for governor and the above probably has reference to those citizens of Venus who think their home man, Judge Poi...

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