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

f.y lle In- id lat lin I'ty I 3 re a II at -iff |ng >iy ■ i per I iut J. 101: }ey r - pn. |the ices P>«-y Vnd Itho |the lat live joi - lu i - |for sd- Hcb iey the the cist (HI, till) eod mil ills jrea (1)0 an of ore rd- np. < h/ this nirt ron, the Vrit-t triot utv. ®lie 3c*as Jttesqniter. By John E, Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1910 Vol.XXVIIl No. 39 I'jv rti designed by Spero.Michakl &Som NEW YORK' Easter Appar- els For Men Easter Sunday is a day when everybody and everything tries to look as well as possible. The earth and nature try to blossom forth, and men and women don their best. We want to see you look- ing well, so give us a chance to do it, and we'll put you into cloth- es that will be a credit to all of us;clothes quite a bit different from the usual kind; grays and blues in all patterns; all wool weaves, domes- tic and imported; per- fect tailoring and sty- les, the products of Americas greatest clothes makers. You will be proud of your looks an...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 25 March 1910

THE TEXAS MESQUITER If! JOHN I. DAVIS, Iditor and Proprietor MESQl/lTJS, - - - TEXAS There la none bo grave as to defend the overlong hatpin. Fashion note: Paraffin coats are all the rage among Imported eggs. We are waiting for Halley's to show ns the spring styles In cometa. No Innocent bystander Is hurt !n a night riot when he is at home in bed. Even If yoti cannot skate, remember that the swimming will be good next July. Millionaires now wave aside the pate de fois gras and call for pork chops. But the man who uses dynamite can- not say that he didn't think It was loaded. American frozen beef sells cheaper In London than In New York. Can anybody guess why? Mr. Halley's comet should have lta hair marcelled before It comes into full view of the spectators. Maybe the hog Is merely trying to live up to what the retail price of pork bas been for a considerable time. Ex-Sultan Abdul Hamld is thought to be crazy because he will not eat. The high cost of living may have af- fected him. W...

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

V IFFERENT localities throughout the Pnt- Dted States have varied forms of Eas- ter observance, each novel and dis- tinctive in Its way, but It Is safe to suy that the most spectacular of these events Is the great Easter parade on the board walk at Atlantic City. Each American city, to be sure, has its Easter parade along about church time on the joyous morning, but none of these, not even the famous ahow of fashion on Fifth avenue, New York, can ap- proach in magnitude and splendor the informal pro- cession in honor of the spring holiday at the seaside. •Ei&sa I 4^ c:>rr Xv.V V/1U' A NOVELTY IN PRESERVES <0. g.^x~ TV£ CPFAT FASTER PAMDE AT ATLAftT/C c/ry It is no commonplace sight, this pano- rama of 150,000 people, all attired in "their most impressive raiment, tramp- ing up and down an esplanade five miles long to see and be seen. Perhaps, if you haven't been initi- ated, you raise your eyebrows at the thought of Atlantic City as an Easter resort We are wont to think of...

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

r i i B THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. | Published Every Friday At Mesquite, Texas. Entered In the postoffico at Mes- quite, TexaB, as second el ass matter. ASSOC\ Friday, March 2?, 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. Whitehurst. H. C. Jarrel. W. E. Cowan. For County Attorney: R. M. Clark. Louis Wilson. J. W. Pierson. For District Clerk: A. H. Cooper. For County 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. Cullum. For Sheriff: Wm. J. Moore. A. L. Ledbetter. Henry Jaooby. Will Reynolds. I mo. kr Wu. Su" k CiJ iuw« NT —spend your Easter Clothes money where it will do most good; on display today best $20 and $25 Suits in Texas. there's one tiling tha...

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

Dress Goods In All The Latest Styles You cannot appreciate our ability to select this line of fabrics, without seeing our beautiful showing in silks, lawns, linens, poplins, soisettes and suitings, at per yard, 25c, 15c and 35c Indies' and misses' ready made wash suits, skirts, and shirt waists; the snappiest line ever shown in Mesquite. All prices low. In men's, boys and children's ready to wear, we. can fit you out from head to foot, in all that's new. Our styles are cor- rect and our prices are reasonable. Gfoat '4 JbeAtute j k s Easter Millinery We can suit the most fastideous in street hats, and dress hats. Children's and misses' headware, small boy's and girl's huts and caps, also behave an ex ceptionally beautiful line of infant's and baby caps. All at very moderate prices. Grocery Specials Good salt, per barrel $1.50 1 dozen 3 pound can tomatoes 1.00 Best can kraut, per dozen 1.25 20 pounds good rice .. 1.00 Nice bulk pickle, per gallon 10 1 doz. 2 pound can tomatoes 85 Can ...

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

A WONDERFUL CHANGE. From Daily Wretchedness and Pain to Normal Health. BY Meredith Nichoison tULkSTPAT/Om 3Y RAY WALTFR6 cowcht i907 ay eo&as-icffPiu ca synopsis. Mi-is Patricia Holbrook and Ml r* Helen ttolbrook, Iter niece, were «'ntI""8',*<10 [he (-urn of l.nurenee Donovan, a wilt i. summering n.ar Port Annandale Mta* Patricia confided to Donovan that ' « reared her brother Henry, who, ruined ,\ * bunk failure, had constantly threatened Her for money from his father a will, of which MIsh Patricia was Ruardmn. Tne> .-.line to Port Annandale to escape Henry. Donovan sympathised with the two women. He learned of MIsh Helen a an- noying suitor. Donovan discovered and raptured un intruder, who proved to l>c Reginald Gillespie, suitor for the hand or Miss Helen Holbrook. Gillespie disap- peared the following mornlnjs. A roush lallor appeared and was ordered away. Donovan saw Miss Ilollirook and her fa- ther meet on friendly terms. Donovan fought an Italian assassin. He met...

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

1> V ¥ WHERE THEY GOT DONE. "Among the gambling stories that the late Pat Sheedy used to tell in his art shop," said a New York reporter, "was one about a jackpot. "A beautiful young bride," the Btory ran, "entered a corner grocery one morning and said: " 'Have you any Jackpots, Mr. Sands?' " 'No, ma'am,' Sands answered, and he hid a smile behind his hand. 'I've got teapots and coffee pots, but Jack- pots I don't stock.' "'Oh, dear!' said the bride. A frown wrinkled her smooth and beauti- ful brow. 'I'm so sorry! You see, Mr. Sands, my husband's mother used to cook for him, and nearly every night he talks In his sleep about a Jackpot. So I thought I'd get one, for, since he mentions it so often, he must be used to it. Could you tell me, Mr. Sands, what they cook in jackpots?' " 'Greens, ma'am,' was the quick an- swer." Adage's New Application. "It's a fact," sighed the impover- ished horso dealer, as the cruel wind blew his cotton trousers against his thinning limbs, "it'B a fact...

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

$ s i a H * * BETTER DOCTOR: U, ITV/OULDBE WELL TO HAVE YOUR MONEY IN THE BANK ffimdy. ' I •I § i You CAN TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF when you get sick if you have money in our bank. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. DEPOSITS GUARANTEED. The First National Bank OF MESQUITE animal, fish and bird life, and her various industrial and rnanu- acturing enterprises; to insure the preservation and conserva- tion of these resources along lines of growth and develop- ment. and were running away. He es- caped with slight bruises. The injured man was taken in- to the home of M. C-. Snyder and medical aid summoned. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kemp, who, as stated above, were ex- pected on the morning train, came in on the train which ar- rives here at 5:4(5 p. m. Mr. Gaines was taken to his home late Sunday afternoon and the attending physician states that while he was badly bruised, no permanent injury will likely result and that M r. Gaines will be able to be out again in a few weeks. Wins Two More Games. Within the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 1 April 1910

I ®he ®exas ittcsquiter. & By John E, Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1910 Vol. XXVIII No. 4a mm 25 per cent off all Hamilton Brown shoes "STAR* BRAND SHOES <-ARE BETTER? OXFORD TIME "STAR- ! BRAND I SHOES AR.E BETTER? Shoes To Fit Every foot and Pocketbook THE LURE OE THE OXFORD TIE—IN FOUR CHAPTERS Once more 'tis ''Oxford Time." The season when Nature smiles and we all want to live out of doors is again at hand. The brown earth is turning to green, the pleasure of watching things "grow," that familiar miracle which none may explain, is ours once more. And of course you will want Oxfords—everybody does. Like the opening buds and the first wild flowers, the low cut shoe is a sign of Spring. That is why the handsomest line of Oxfords we have ever had the pleasure of displaying now blossom in our windows. Oxfords are the great attraction in our shoe department just now, and we are especially proud of the new arrivals from the "House of Stars." These, for grace and eleg...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 1 April 1910

■ I • I.:' 1 ! !;$ vfc $ ■'<? ft }•*> THE TEXAS JYIESQU1TKR JOHN I. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor ~~ I - TEXAS MESQUITE, Corn may be king, but he comes in the shape of pork. That proposed copper merger seems well lined with gold. It Is a cold day when a packer can't draw a first page head. Warships don't s ay In fashion any longer than women's hats. All are turning to higher things— the higher cost of living In particular. A spring without spring poets would be a delightful but Impossible season. Have you ascertained the truth of the statement that kissing Is danger- ous? The price of beef appears to have fallen into Its same old bad habit of going up. All those explanations about the cause for high prices do not seem to lower them any. It takes more "than a fire to break up a bridge whist party when the ladles get fairly started. Detroit man has eloped with his wife's mother. He will find this is no mother-in-law joke. One trust after another is making the discovery that the l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 1 April 1910

Medical Advertising In Japan. In future 110 licensed medical prao t doner will be permitted to advertise* In Japan details of niethoda of medical treatment or the history or success of auch methods. Doctors and dentists connected with hospitals or engaging in general practice will not be .allowed to advertise any Information beyond that Indicating their degrees and spe- cialties. In this respect the ordinance Approximates perhaps more to the American Idea of what la legitimate, for It Is quite common to find in trans- atlantic journals small rectangular ■paces containing the name, address and telephone number of some prac- titioner, with an indication of the branch or branches of work la which &• claims to be especially adept ant] Instructed. Male Chatterboxes. Are not men la the mass more In- veterate gossips than women? Shake- •pearo's citizens do the real gossip- ing in his plays, even though he fol- lowed tradition in personifying rumor a* v dame—"if my gossip report be an h...

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

4* ^ TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John SI Davis, Ed. and Pub. poomsHKD Evert Friday At mbsqvitk, Texas. Sintered in the postofflco at Mes 43fler Texas, as second class mutter Friday, April 1, 1910. Announcements Tie following announcements are tie subject to the Democratic pri tnary election, Jul}' 23,1910: ltartbe Legislature, Place No. 3: John E. Davis. Ifor Judge, County Coart at-Law W. P. Whitehurst. H. C. Jarrel. W. E. Cowan. JFtor County Attorney: R. M. Clark. Louis Wilson. J. W. Pierson. J\ r District Clerk: A. H. Cooper. For County Clerk: Jim Record. Matt L. Cobb. Ben F. Cullom. For Tax Assessor: G. W. Sears. H. M. Eluston. A. E. Eshleman. Jas. E. Bolton. Wot Tax Collector: A. W. Lander. R. L. Ellis. C. I. Evans, Jr. W. H. Cullum. «Fbr Sheriff: Wjt. J. Moore. A. L. Ledbetter. Henry Jacoby. Will Reynolds. For Commissioner, District No. 2: J Matt Hamilton. ItoJasticeof the Peace, Prect. 4: F. M. Williams. Constable, Precmct No. 4: T. J. Sevell. E. N. Terry. For Public...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 1 April 1910

Grocery Specials Good salt, per barrel $1.50 1 dozen 3 pound can tomatoes $1.10 Best can kraut, per dozen $1.25 20 pounds good rice 1.00 Nice bulk piekles, per gallon 40c 1 dozen 2 pound can tomatoes 85c Can corn, per doz... .90c 10 pounds Arm & Hammer soda .. 55c 7 bars laundry soap..25c Trade $2.00 at Our Store This week and next and have your picture made on a pillow top for 65c. All work guaranteed ab- solutely fast colors and in ever way satisfactory. Bring in your photos, post cards or any picture which you have. Ask to see samples. Bring Us Your Chickens Eggs And Butter We now have ready for your inspection the largest and most complete stock of ladies' and misses' dress skirts, black and white underskirts and shirt waists which we have ever shown in Mesquite. • • • • Mesquite, Texas J. F. McCULLOUGH Has it for Less We Are Prepared To Sell You Goods On Fall Time Local and Personal —% - 11 ==# C. E. Hudson of Dallas, was here Saturday. L. O. Cardwell of Seagoville, was her...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 1 April 1910

1 C&VXrjeU&ClZ? ef Lwi^etrooii jV>r~* phenson, gives gome interesting fig- ures about the number ot nurses and doctors in the Orient. "There are probably," he says, "not more than 100 nurses in the entire missionary world and there 80,000,000 people in non-Christian lands who have no med- ical aid except missionary psysiclans. All Christendom haB seut out only 689 medical missionaries, male or fe- male, and this body maintains 348 hospitals, 97 leper asylums and 21 classes for native women. "One physician who had no nurse to help him treated 18,000 cases in a year. So you see that the supply of trained medical assistance is wofully inadequate. In Calcutta, which has the best facilities in the Orient, three-fifths of the population die without any doctor or other trained medical assistance In their final illness. In China there T IK OWEVER many diamonds t h u lady of wealth may possess to deck her fingers, ears and neck, she Is always roused to covet- ousness by the sight ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 1 April 1910

wmmm K (food Jokes A8 A CULTURE BOOSTER. "Now that you have taken up your it. idence in our beautiful suburb, my dear Mrs. Neweomb," said the lady caller, "you ought to Join our literary society." "Do you think so?" queried the other. "Yes, Indeed! It's Just too awfully Interesting for anything. At our last meeting we took up Carlyle's quarrels ■with his wife." "It must have been very entertain- ing." "Sure. At our next meeting we are going to investigate the private life of Goethe and his love affairs." "Indeed!" "Yes; and we have found out all about Poe's dissipation and disreput- able conduct and by and by we are going to thoroughly investigate the Immoral doings of Voltaire." "Are you?" "That's what. Oh, there's nothing like a literary society t.o boost one's culture. You really ought to Join." THE*FIGURER, Ttit« world contains a lot of folkt Who fret us more or less By poor or misdirected Jokes Or lll-tlmed seriousness. But he who brings ihe deepest doubt Is that unfaltering on...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 1 April 1910

y. v-'.-s* L* I rpUTITINTHE BAN Kp\ MANY HAVE IT BY HIDING IT, Ha^ms - I m £ m J? WHEN YOU HIDE YOUR MONEY are you not always SCARED? You will act so tbe PEOPLE WILL KNOW you have money, and follow you, and find out where it is AND STEAL IT. Then you wont have any money. Bankers are in business, NOT TO LOSE their money and otUer people's, but to make money in an honest way. Make 01111 Bank YOUR Bank. Deposits Cuaranteed. The First National Bank OF MESQUITE • Local and Personal. SmiflvMeredith. Sidney Smith of Port Worth, and Miss Myrtle Meredith, daughter of J. M. Meredith, north of town, were united in marriage Thursday, March SI, at noon, the ceremony being performed by Rey. W. R. Mc- Carter at the M. E. parsonage. < h Long Creek Cemetery Assfn. The Ladies' of the Long Creek community have organized a Cemetery Association and would like for all interested to pay $1.00 annual fee, for cleaning and beau* tifying same. Leave your dollar at Guaranty State Bank of Mes- quite. Long C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 April 1910

\ I \ / I f I k I ®lie ®exa0 Jtlcsquitec. B/ John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1910 Vol.XXVIIl No. 41 mmm ? DESIGNED BV Spero. Michael & Son NEW YOUfK The Clothes Question. The question of what to wear is a serious one. You must dress in style, your clothes must tit properly and they must give good service, and you've limited the price you wish to pay. The best way to settle the question is to come and see our fine line of Spero, Michael & Son "New York Made'' clothes. They satisfy the demands of exacting men and are the ideal clothes for you. They are reasonably priced too. For instance—Neat two- piece suits of cqol ma- terials in all the wanted patterns and fabrics, $10.00 to $15.00 Men's last spring suits at reduced prices for one week, all size and kinds. JUST A WORD TO OUR FRIENDS Perhaps you hadn't looked at it in just our way, hadn't considered it from our standpoint; but then you are not in business. We are in business. We buy goods to sell again, to m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 April 1910

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN t. DAVIS, fditor and Proprietor ilKSQUlTE, - - - TEXAS KlssiriR dangerous? Get a breach f promise suit and find out. Blizzards that linger on the way be- come harmless as a summer's tain. Baseball will soon make politics look like 30 cents. The sap is rising. Weather that makes the plumber ki;k and the iceman grow! is the kind most folks like. A pessimist is a man who believes that spring as an institution has been done away with. A baby was born in New York re- cently with a full set of teeth, but It had no meal ticket Uncle Sam owns 1,500 hens at Pan- ama and he expects every one of them to do its part nobly. Comets and the end of the world are no longer being worked simultaneous- ly. They have dissolved partnership. The Harvard professor who says a man can live on 20 cents a day speaks acadcmically for academic purposes. Did H ever occur to you how much easier the word "aeroplane" would be to pronounce if we could call It "areo- plane?" Another plot has b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 April 1910

0 > I If k. Lamb Hissed Hli Own Fare*. *' Lamb's unfortunate farce, "Mr. H.,* has one of the shortest theatrical titles on record, and It could not pos- Blbly have had a shorter theatrical life, since It was performed only one®. lAiub, as everybody knows, "hissed and hooted as loudly as any of his neighbors." Writing to Wordsworth the follow- ing day he said: "A hundred hisses —(damn the word I write it like kisses—how different!)—a hundred hisses outweigh a thousand claps. The former come more directly from the heart. Well, It's withdrawn and there is an end." But it is to be ob- served that he did not curse his audi- «nce, as your modern playwright would have done, for Lamb happened to be r. sound and sane critic of his own work. 8howlng Value of Forests. A most striking example of ths transforming efTect of forests, not only on the appearance, but on the productivity of a country, is afforded by the department of the Landes in France. At the close of the eight- eenth century a...

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

m TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Y«*r. John B. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mtaquiru, Texas. (Satered Id the postoffiee at Mes- ^ lite, Texas, as second clans matter. ASSOClfiJjS^' In declining to regulate his con- duct other tha n he saw fit and proper as an American citizen with a proper regard for the pro- prieties and a wholesome respect for all forms of religion, in order to obtain an audience with the Pope, ex President Roosevelt act- ed as any true American ought to have acted under the circurn stances Friday, April 8, 1910. Announcements The following announcements are roc.de subject to the Democratic pri- macy election, July 23,1910: For the Legislature, Place No. 3 John E. Davis. FVjc Judge, County Court at Law: W. P. Whiteiiurst. H. C. Jarrel. W. E. Cowan. Per County Attorney: R. M. Clark. Louis Wilson. J. W. Pierson. Fbr District Clerk: A. H. Cooper. H. H. Williams. Por County Clerk: Jim Record. Matt L. Cobb. Ben F. Cullom. For Tax Assessor: G. W. Sears...

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