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

sSfltp—■ -s! E£^:41 4] Lf>^ •'4& WE SELL Buster Brown's JhtJ* Mark BtgisUrrd GUARANTEED STOCKINGS FOR MAN, WOMAN OR CHILD The Best-Looking, Best-Feel- ing and Best-Fitting, as well as Best-Wearing Stockings made. LET US SHOW TOU New Spring Goods Arriving You will find our stock more complete in all departments this spring than ever before. Our prices will be low, and you are invited to inspect our goods before making purchases as we are quite sure to please you in quality, style and price. We invite your careful inspection of our stock. Hair Goods and Acessories Correct Turbans, all shades at 25c Switches, 75c to $2.00 Coronet hair pins from 5c to.. .50c Combs and Barrettes—The finest assortment ever shown here at very moderate prices. Young Man Let us order that new suit of all wool for you. We guarantee satis- faction or your money back. J. F. McCHLL MESQUITE, - .©UGH, TEXAS New Millinery We are preparing for the largest millinery showing ever held in Mes- quite. In the mea...

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

gffllecm shoqds RATHER OILY. The train stopped at the little Georgia town und the tourist sauntered out to the observation platform. "Rather likely pickaninny you hare there, uncle," remarked the traveler, good-humoredly. "Named George Washington?" "No, oah,' laughed the colored man on the baggage truck. "Dat chile's name am Petro." "Petro? Why, that's a queer-sound Ing name for a pickaninny." "Might seem a little queeh to you', eah, but Massa Kockyfellar was down heah some time ago en gib me a qua- tah foh totin' his grip. Ah named de pickaninny In bis honah. sab." "But Rockefeller's first name is John.'* "Yeas, sah, but yo' see dls chile's full name am Petroleum, en we calls him Petro (oh shoht." Missed One. "William," said Mrs Peckem. stern ly, "did you ever stop to think that some one might steal me when you are away?" "Well," responded the poor hen- pecked husband, with a far-away look. "I was a little alarmed when a horse tlilef was prowling through these parts last week." Mrs...

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

TO PREPARE SALAD f f ♦ V WORK THAT CALLS FOR HIGH DEGREE OF SKILL. Always Best to Make the Dressing at the Table When Possible—Best Method of Making the Let- J tuce Ready. The waitress or butler In a modern household must know how to prepare Balad. This Is pantry work and should be done to perfection. In simple din- ners and luncheons the old-fashioned method of making the dressing at tho table has been revived. It has always been done by epicures, but it is not possible at every meal where salad is served. The hostess should be proficient in this art, for there is no question that it adds to the service and to the pleasure, of the guestB to have tho dressing mixed freshly at the table and mixed up with the salad plants in a large bowl and served from It with wooden spoon and fork. No other salad can equal this In taste. If this is to be done the waitress or butler should know, and never neglect, the first points in preparing the plants themselves for the dressing. As lettuce Is the...

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

Planters Planters Planters Moline Dutchess Mr. Bill John Deere The greatest aggregation of planters ever gotten to^ gether under one roof or sold by one firm, when it comes to Price, Qoantity and Efficiency $27.50 for break pin, $28.50 for spring trip with neckyoke, double tree, oil can and quart of oil. Get in on the ground floor, for they are going some. For cash with a discount or on time at the above prices. It Makes No Difference to us. We also have in cultivators John Deere Moline Southern Reindeer Oliver Boys, we are the big "IT" when it comes to our line, We buy right and sell right. Get busy if you need anything we've got. Buggies! Buggies! Buggies! WE ARE UNDERTAKERS X, Humphreys & Vanston MESOUITE, TEXAS Local and Personal. Mob Hangs Negro on Arch in Dallas. Elks Just as we go to press the word comes from Dallas that a mob hung Allen Brooks, a negro, who raped a little white child, to the Elks Arch, Main and Akard Sts., the most prominent corner in Dallas, and tried t...

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

■ wmmm \ >s ®I)C ®e*(J0 iilcoqnitcr. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1910 Vol.XXVIIl No. 37 Buy Silks and Dress Goods For Your Easter Gown Early and Aviod Disappointment Only a few days remain for you to make preparation for the "big show" in the way of dress, that usually takes place on this occasion. Every section of our store is ready for Easter. The accurate knowledge gained through years of meeting the critical requirements of our customers, has influenced our every selection of apparel, fabrics and accessories; you'll find a note of individuality has been imported. The styles and their newness are beyond criticism. Fall in line with the balance and make our store your shopping place, as we can satisfy your every want and save you money on every purchase. You are expected. New Line of Muslin Underwear The princess combination garments, made of the finest quality of Nainsook, a perfect fitting garment, especially adapted to this season's styles in dress a...

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

THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN t. DAVIS, fditor and Proprietor - TEXAS MESQU1TE, - Bread pudding 1b a cheap filler. The man higher up must he called down. Wonder If they serve tea between heatB in the English elections. Wasn't It Nebuchadnezzar who starts ed the first meat trust boycott? When it comes to paying for one of the cocoon gowns "the worm will turn." FOR BREEDING EWES NEW ROOT CR0PS_F0R S0UTH ~ Even with choice new hay at $23 a ton it doesn't cost any more to run an automobile. Now it is said that kisses spread tu- berculosis. But science never did have terrors for osculation. Minister Wu promises to return in 1969. If he keeps his promise, he cer- tainly ought to show us how he does it. The next time Cincinnati is afflicted with a hood we presume she will proudly call herself the Paris of Amer- ica. "Should a man lift his hat when he meets his wife?" asks a correspondent. If he has been properly trained he will, anyway. A Parisian scientist has succeeded In making artificial sa...

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

Ms#Sl(N ™!;™s v \ INDATRODGAT Meredith Nicholson !L L Ud TRA TIO/16 3Y RAY WALTFR6 wrNKHr 1907 ov eoaas-fft/ttrtu oa * — SYNOPSIS. Miss Patricia Holbrook and Miss Helen Aotbrook, her niece, were entrusted to the cure of Laurence Donovan, a writer, summering neur Port Annandale. Miss Patricia confided to Donovan that she feared her brother Henry, who, ruined by u bank failure, had constantly threatened lier for money from his father's will, of which Miss Patricia was guardian. They came to Port Annandale to escape Henry. Donovan sympathized with the two women. He learned of Miss Helen's an- noyinK 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. Donovan saw Miss Holbrook and her fa- ther meet on friendly terms. Donovan fought an Italian assassin. He met the man he supposed was Holbrook, but Who said he was Ha...

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

I THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Pet- Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. puBLiSHKP Every Friday at Mrsquitk, - • Texas. i If you didn't observe yerter- day as clean up da,\, sot aside one of your own. If the candidacy of Cunyus of i Collin is a joke, that gentleman j has not found it out. Kotered in the pontuffloc at Men* q.iite, Texan, as second class matter. assoc!* Friday, March 11, 1910. Announcements The following announcements are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election, July 23,1910: For the Legislature, Place No. 3 John E. Davis. Forjudge, County Court at-Law: W. F. Whitkhurst. H. C. Jarkel. W. E. Cowan. For County Attorney: R. M. Clark. Louis Wilson. J. W. Pierson. For District Clerk: A. H. Cooper. For Coanty Clerk: Jim Record. Matt L. Cobb. For Tax Assessor: G. W. Sears. H. M. Elliston. A. E. Eshleman. Jas E. Bolton. For Tax Collector: A. W. Lander. R. L. Ellis. C. I. Evans, Jr. W. H. CtJLLCM. For Sheriff: Wm. J Moore. A. l. ledbetter. Henry J acoby. Will Reynold...

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

f = «= ^ Local and Personal. i-—t J ' I Mrs. C E. Gross of Dallas, was a visitor here Tuesday. A son was born to Malley Capps and wife on March 7. J. T. Walker of Alvord, spent Saturday and Sunday with home- folk here. Rev. G. A. Marvin of Alvord, spent Monday night and Tuesday with friends here. B. H. Reid of Fort Wort, spent Sunday at the home of his sister, [rs. J. H. Fender. C. A. Tosch of Dallas, spent Saturday night and Sunday with homefolk and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kingsley of Garland, were guests at the home of D. W. Florence Tuesday. Miss Josie Girdley, who had been visiting relatives in Rose Hill, returned home Wednesday. J. M. Summers and family of Dallas, spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives near Mes- quite. Mrs. Arlye Lee of Waco, who had been visiting her sister, Mrs. B. E. Hudgins, returned home Sunday. Miss Bettie Ireson, who is employed as a milliner in Rich- ardson, visited homefolk here Sunday. Mrs. M. A. Smith of Dallas, spent from Saturday u...

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

WANTFO TO BE ON SAFE SIDE Woman, Twice Deserted, Didn't Mean to Take Any Chances on Her Third Hubby. The officers of the thumb print bu- reau were just wishing for something Interesting to turn up when a tele- phone message offered timely diver- sion. A woman was speaking. "Do you make prints of anybody's thumbs except criminals?" she asked. The bureau did. "Well," said the woman, "if I will come down there right away with a man will you make a print of his thumbs?" The bureau would. The man and the woman came. "We want his thumb prints for Identification," said the woman. "We are going to be married to-morrow. He Is my third husband. The other two ran away and I had the hardest kind of a time to find them because there was no sure way of identifying them. They say thumb prints can never change and that a man can be tracked by them to the ends of the earth. I hope I shall never have to use tbem, but it is just as well to be on the safe Bide. Will you make them?" The bureau did. HOW ...

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

i-ai 1/ \ 17 ii i Qoodjokes HER ONE WISH. The wandering peddler stopped at the southern cabin and opened his pack. "Mammy, let me show you some eelf-ralBlng umbrellas." he began. "No use, man; no use," interrupted the old colored woman, as she busied herself about the pot of clothes. "Cyan't UHe nuflin lak dat." "How about self-raising window shades?" "No good heah, kase deh ain't no windows wuth talkln" about." "Self-raising buckheat?" "No good to me—we eat cohn pone. But, mister!" "Well, mammy?" "If yo'll tell me how to tuhn dese heah fohteen bad chillun into self-rais- ing pickaninnies Ah'll be yo' friend foh life, dat Ah will, sah." Real Open Work. "Er—where can I find the depart- ment where they sell open-work goods?" asked the man who wanted to buy hia wife some peek-a-boo waists and ship them to her in Florida. "Third counter to the right, sir," replied the tall floorwalker, with a smile. "Are you trying to make a dunce of me? That Is the drug counter. What kind of open-work ...

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

I; •* • SK >. \ UL IJU * iu -JL." THE DEPOSITS In the Firs! National Bank are Guaranteed •'£ J businesses, principally a in o n g g which were the Empire Milling r I rvimimnv. and afterwards the 1st. 2nd. 3rd. 4th. By its faithful and efficient man- agement By Stockholders' extra liability of. - - - S50,000 Its total assets of over $209,000 A policy in the Fidelity and De- posit Co. of Maryland, the assets of which are over - $6,000,000 Nothing safer than a deposit with us. Give us your business. Established in 1902. The First National Bank HAVE OPEN-AIR ROOM OF MESQUITE All Boston Schools Henceforth Will B« Built with This Feature Added. Henceforth all new schoolrooms in Boston, according to a statement Local and Personal. Moved to Richardson. J. B. (Baker) Ireson, who has been einploypd as salesman by J. F. McCullough for some time, has resigned his position there and gone to Richardson and ac- cepted one with J. N. Thompson & Son, an exclusive dry goods house, with whom hi...

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

_____ fity |"4.S '.re a |h at jriff I'liy Inly 1 in- lli er li i fit I I. 1)01: ]i«y |"n- lonfc JthA lor«( Itlie Ixes lliey ind 1808 the Jthe lhat love fcon- llln- I for sed- liflh 111 r> v the the fxist perl, the Iced oud tiffs igres the iin : of fore >r.l- up- ave f iver lent lien ;c:u- red riot be so the of. and In ire the laid ffht, •em- be lotul the that trht. Tl is- •U8t that do- tiff 8 the jara all <The "" "XSHH By John E, Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1910 Vol.XXVIIl No. 38 a,'/ - -.v/:- EASTER SHOWING OF NEW SILKS AND DRESS GOODS If will pay every woman who admires fabrics, beauty and art to visit these departments and view this great collec- tion of Silks and Dress Goods. Naturally every woman desires to see the newest in spring styles. They are here in great variety, aggregating a splendid assortment of new weaves. The moderate prices are as interesting as the fabrics. There is an advantage in making your selec- tion now. Visit our store at your earli...

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

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN C. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor TEXAS MESQUITE, Coal fields In Alaska fit the climate admirably. There la too much "black hand" In this country of soap and water. After a long and slippery climb, oleomargarine enters into high society. One Chicago burglar plundered a lawyer's home and got away with It. However, there Is nothing to show that horse meat has increased in price. Notwithstanding the high cost of living, most of us seem to be doing It very nicely. What shall we eat? has now become • paramount Issue In the United States of America. Meat or no meat, what's the differ- ence. so long as we have terrapin, canvasback and oysters? Still, the f Id Is free and any one who care to do so may take a day off and invent a new language. Surgery is to be used for badness In New. York children, but will stop •well this side of decapitation. Each, of the bare-limbed dancers claims all the others are merely Imi- tating her. Sort of a take-off. That Washington boy ba...

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

BEETLE ROOT-WORM i A \ History of Southern Variety Simi- lar to That of Northern. Insect is Green Colored, with Twelve Black Spots on Its Back, and Is Easily Distinguished from Others. {By U. Jj, WEBSTER.) Tlie beetle of the southern root- Worm is green, with 12 black spots on Its back. On this account it may be easily distinguished from the other form. It is also somewhat larger than the plain green beetle, measuring about a quarter of an inch long. The black spots are in the three rows across the back of the beetle, each Vow with four spots. Usually these beetles are found along with the plain green beetles on the silks of the corn, but they are not bo common. The black spotted beetles are found not only in the fall, but all through the season from early spring as well. There seems to be at least two broods of them during the year. The life history of the southern corn root-worm is similar to that of the northern form, except that it is passed through in a much shorter time. In th...

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

I I hi W. TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. ■•. —* ~ *" John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. p rmjishm' Kvkuy Friday At Mesquite, Texas. Entered in the poatoffioe at Mes- q.iito, Texas, us second class matter. Mksquitw is building rijjrht C. Rugel's home and the two ,j.j along, if we just had an inter- A. Allen places. However, ar- j urban and an artesian well, she • rangements have already been would grow by leaps and bounds, made to build a walk of this kind in front of the new Rugel & Son If Cook is reading and hearing building, and the First National what the American people are| Bank may put one along the now saying about Peary, it ought j west si(io ot :ts budding. to soothe his wounded feelings. Business Locals. Hereafter short local iids will uwt l)i' mil iti tin- local i* iid personal col- umn. mixed with reading uiatujr, hut vvili be in 11 under thin head a* 5o per line for lh«' first insertion and 4c por lino for c ich subsequent insertion. Friday, March 18, 1910. Announce...

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

& v & * &p P TT> *W <W -*> >W< TP TT TT fpg -V Suits For men, youths and boys a largo and well selected stock. You will make a mistake if you buy before looking over our nice assort- ment. The prices and styles will be right. We take orders for "all wool" tailor made clothing. See our beau- tiful samples. Satis- faction guaranteed. Oxfords And slippers for la- dies and children, tan, patent leather, vici or oxblood, ankle straps, ties or pumps. Low cut shoes for men and boys, in every size, style, price and color. m. ' -' • >-"w ;l lliii I i ' • i . ^vV - * AFTER the season of Lent, Earter marks the sure echo of Spring. All nature wakens, brightens up, blooms out, and you ought to do likewise. No one ever help- ed you as much as we will this year, both in goods and prices. Come in let us prove it. Jlm&ikaitffildjfa Vnof Popular EASTER MILLINERY We have the largest stock of trimmed hats which it has ever been our pleasure to show and as to the styles...

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

II 9 I LTHE KEYSTONEj TO HEALTH IS HOSTETTER'S l STOMACH BITTERS You miss a great deal of the pleasures of life if your stomach has "done back on you"—but don't remain in that condition. The Bitters will set things right and prevent Indigestion, Costiveness & Headache. vocabulary limited then "TVho wrote the dictionary?" "I don't know, but I bet he couldn't explain things to his wife when he got home at 3 a. m. any better than any- body else." published every winter Famous Cough and Cold Prescription Has Cured Hundreds Here. "Get two ounces of Glycerine and half an ounce of Concentrated Pine compound. Then get half a pint of good whiskey and put the other two in- gredients into it. Take a teaspoonful to a tablespoouful of this mixture after each meal and at bed time. Shake the bottle well each time." This is said to be the quickest cold and cough remedy known. It frequently oures the worst colds in twenty-four hours. But be mire to get only the geanine Concen- trated Pine. Each ...

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

. V 4 w 1 > \Y \ Y CONVINCING EVIDENCE. Out In San Francisco Sherlock HolmeB yuwned as ho read a wireless message, which conveyed to him the fact that an airship had been Btolen In Pittsburg. He put on his overcoat, lighted a "two for 60" cigar, walked leisurely out of the house and moved slowly toward the "municipal air-craft landing." Just as he reached this place a majestlcal bird swooped down and settled almost at his feet. Sherlock Holmes glanced casually at thlB vessel, then, addressing its cap- tain, he said, blandly: "When did you leave Pittsburg?" The captain turned white. "Leave PittBburg?" ho blustered. Why, I've never been there in my life; I'm from Denver." Sherlock Holmes placidly took a pair of steel handcuffs from his pocket and approached the captain. "My dear sir," he remarked, softly, "before mak- ing your assertion you should have been thoughtful enough to cleanse your craft of Ita Inch-thick coating of eoot." Just a Raise. "Now look at Mrs. Scribbler's hus- b...

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

y,'■WT.^V: 4" if . kt Well Thawing Out. THE FARMER SOWS WHAT HE EXPECTS TO REAR IF YOU WI5H A COMFORTABLE OLD AGE, PLANT feJSzi '.. -a SOME MONEY IN THE BANK NOW K K H K The bank has been the world's greatest civilizer. It has done away with highwaymen and enabled honest men to have a safe place to keep their money, and yet have USE of their money. What would you do without a bank? Make OUR bank YOUR bank. Our deposits are GUARANTEED. The First National Bank OF MESQUITE During the big snow in Febru- : J ary, John Grubbs, who lives nearj| £ j Scyene, and who had been hav- : ^ ing to haul water for some time, tilled his well full of snow from i! the high drifts. The result was ; | that his well froze up and has just thawed out so he can use it. What he ought to have done was to close up the well let, it re- main closed until summer and then go into the ice business. SAY, WHEN YOU'RE IN DALLAS NEXT Don't Forget To Call at THE MODEL The finest and most up'to/date Clothing Store in the e...

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