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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 April 1910

-a- ss-yj ^ib_1^ib_J^ ib.-'Jib m ^2 ^llb ^lb ^flb **« <> t How Can We Sell 'Em If We Don't Tell 'Em One thing we hope you understand; whatever style or color you like in clothes, we can supply you splendidly. Men's fine suits, $12.50 to $18.00 Young men's suits, $7.50 to $15.00 Boy's suits, $2.00 to $6.00 Boys' Knickerbocker Pants We received this week, from New York, a large shipment of boys' knickerbocker or blouse pants in all the new col- or and styles. Ages 4 to l(i. Prices 50c, 75c and.. .$1.00 We have in this shipment a nice line of trousers for boys, age 17, 18 and 19. In styles, price and color that will please you. Come, see the line; no trouble to show goods Ladies' Shirt Waists You will find the newest models shown in our large stock of lawn and lingerie waists, made of high grade lingerie and lawn with front, back, sleeves and yoke adorned with val lace and embroidery insertion, beautiful effects- Prices (55c, 75c, $1 00. $1.25 and $1.50 Bring Us Your Chickens Egg...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 April 1910

WAIZDON rAweno^p UI5 ARRIVAL of the month of April, with Its recurring anniversary of the birth of Thomas Jefferson, has served again to direct public atten- tion to the project for securing as a national memorial the mansion and estate of Montlcello, the famous Virginia home of the author of the Declaration of Independence. Next to Mount Vernon, Montlcello is un- doubtedly the most historic and most Interesting private habitation in America. Not only was it the residence for more than half a century of one of the most admirable heroes of the repub- lic and the last century's most celebrated rendez- the sleeping chamber In which Jefferson died. The house at Montlcello was 32 years In building. Begun in 1770, it was not completed until 1802 and it cost, according to the account books of the famous ar- chitect and builder, the sum of $7,200. The bricks were not im- ported from England, as in the case of many of the old Virginia mansions, but were made on the ground by the slaves, of w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 April 1910

/ o / > : i j SraCLQS DRAWING INFERENCES. President Lincoln once told the fol- lowing Btory to D. H. Bates, manager of tho war department telegraph of- fice: "I'm like an old colored man I knew. He spent so much of his time preach- ing to the other slaves it kept him and them from their labors. His master told him he would punish him the next time he was caught preaching. " 'But, marsa,' said the old man, •with tears In his eyes. 'I always has to draw lnfruences from Bible texts when dey comes In ma hald. I Jes' cain't help It. Can you, marsa?' " 'Well,' said his master, 'I Buspect I <lo sometimes draw Inferences. But there is one text I never could under- stand, and if you can draw the right Inference from it 111 let you preach to your heart's content.' " 'What Is do text, marsa?' asked the colored man. "The ass snuffeth up the east- wind." Now what inference do you draw from that?' " 'Well, marsa, I's neber heard dat text befo' nohow, but I 'spects de In- fluence am Bhe got ...

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

I '•>' + : "y 9 THAT RAINYTWOrCOME5 I H YOUR MONE SAFE IN THE BANK? HARD KNOCKS, that hit many, will miss you if you determined to SAVE AND BANK your money when you are prospering. We offer our bank as a place of safety for your money. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. Deposits Guaranteed. THE DUTCH PAINTER By KATE LUBY The First National Bank OF MESQUITE Local arid Personal. Miss Mary New visited in Dal- las from Friday until Sunday. Mrs. A. P. Slater of West Dal- las. spent Wednesday night and yesterday at the home of her father, J. T. Dobbins. Council Meeting. This paper goes to press on Thursday afternoon, consequent- ly cannot report the proceedings of the regular monthly meeting of the town council, to be held on Thursday nii^ht. This will be the last regular meeting of the present council, as a meeting will be called for one night next week, at which meeting the mayor, marshal and aldermen elect will be sworn in. of the umpire, a Terrell man, claiming that in the latter part of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 April 1910

\ / r 1 i J < , ( Ki/ ®l)c Soens Jttcsnniter. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1910 Vol. XXVIII No. 42 MAMY ADVANTAGES GAINED designed bv Spero, Michael & Son new york Dress Well —Pay Less! can if you wear ipero, Michael & Son New York Made'' clothes. They sire gar- ments of distinction, true worth and real character. The tailoring is splendid, and the infinite care exer- cised in their making as Mires an excellent fit and satisfactory wear. The styles are correct, and in accord with what is being worn in the fash- ion centers of the world. With all their fine quali- ties the cost of these clothes is not excessive. For instance, $6 50 to $15.00 Men's Suits. We have several numbers in suits that we are clos- ing out, all wool and ex- cellent values. Regular $18.50 value, this week at $15.00 Regular 10.50 value, this week ... $13.50 Regular 16.00 value, this week $12 50 Regular 15.00 value, this week $11.50 Regular 12.50 value, this week $10.00 By making...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 April 1910

ind at Rbd Gate by Meredith Nicholson ILLLkSTRATIOficS BY my WALTETR6 XOPYftKHT 190? OV BO&6S-fte/fP/U CO. SYNOPSIS. Minn Patricia Holbrook and Miss Helen Holbrook, her niece, were entrusted to the care of I..aurance Donovan, a writer, summering near Port Annandale, Miss Patricia confided to Donovan that "be feared her brother Henry, who, ruined by a bank failure, had constantly threatened her for money from his father's will, of which Miss Patricia was guardian They came to Port Annandale to escape Henry. t>onovan sympathized with the two women. He learned of Miss Helen s an- noying suitor. Donovan discovered ana 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 pallor appeared and was ordered away. Donovan saw MIbs Holbrook and her fa- ther meet on friendly terms. Donovan ifouRbt an Italian assassin. He met the in an he supposed was Holbrook, but who «&ld he was H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 April 1910

w I- c: Ui' ' v# ; v ) ^ I ' V Quaker ScotcH Oats is the world's food Eaten in every country; eaten by infants,athletes, young and old. Recognized as the great strength builder. Delicious and economical. Parked in regular packages; also 1n her- metically sealed tins lor hot climates. 52 THE RIVER OF LIFE Say whnt you will of whatever part of the liiiimui nuatoniy they jileiuii-, the river of life U III.OOI). It la either the nnlfl runnluK ntreum of health or rhe Kerm- lailen ehannel of dlnew«e, one or the other. The dcw remedy for the blood la s IMMONS ARSAPARILLA COMPOUND the kind that freshen* and quick- en* the elreulatlon, enerKlxea the Kood eorpunelen that flitlit the battle of life for the aick. SIMMONS' SAHSAPAU1M.A COMPOUND hi unlike any other known medicine. It norku differ- ently, It rencliea In and throuKh and down till It penetrate* to the neat of the dlaeaac and aprlnKa at the very throat of the cauae of It. ' It'H the only remedy that doen thlt*. Anil doing this. It Ke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 April 1910

thf TEXAS MESQDITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Texas. mbsquitk, • Entered In the poatofticc at Mes- Texas, as second class matter. ^ssocjj^S^ Friday, April 15, 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, For Judge 68th Dist. Court. J. C. Roberts. Forjudge, County Court at-Law: W. F. Whitehurst. H. C. Jarrel. W. E. Cowan. Claude M. McCallum. Fbr County Attorney: R. M. Clark. Louis Wilson. J. W. Pierson. For District Clerk: A. H. Cooper. H. H. Williams. For County Clerk: Jim Record. Matt L. Cobb. Ben F. Cullom. 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. c. I. Evans, Jr. W. H. cullum. For Sheriff: Wm. J. Moore. A. L. Ledbetter. Henry Jacoby. Will Reynolds. Hayden Trigg. For Commissioner, District No. 2: J. Matt Hamilton. For Justice of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 April 1910

f ]/ i1 This Week s SPOT CASH Specials 3 lb. can tomatoes, per doz.. ..$1.05 2 " " " " "... .80 20 pounds whole grain rice... 1.00 2 gallons nice pickles 75 100 pounds good salt. 05 1 gross search light matches, .40 John B, Stetson Hats Notions 27 yards canvas $1.00 5 spools Clark's thread 20 10 yards best calico 45 All 35c suiting, per yard 27 Table oil cloth, per yard 17 10 per cent discount on boys suits. J. F, McCullough's Store Never before has our stock been so complete in all parts of "Mes- quite's Big Department Store." We have what you want in eatables or wearables and can supply all your wants in our line at a satisfactory price. Our large purchases early in the season enables us to sell many goods lower than the present market justifies. We handle a good grade of merchandise and if the price is some higher, you may know the quality is much better. X Hamilton Brown Still Better Shoes Bring Us Your Chickens Eggs And Butter Have a Picture Made on a Floor Pillow By Trading He...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 April 1910

JW THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN t. OA VIS, tdit< r dnd Proprietor HE8QU1TE,~^~ - • TEXAS March la indeed the blowhurd of the year. Do not count your bluebirds* before they are hatched. This movement to dehoru women's hats grows In favor. Water faucets which yield flsh will hardly thwart the food trusts. Soon somebody will be coming In breathlessly to report the first house fly. Three nations are in a race for the south pole. May none of them get cold feet 0 J^lind §enato CQPYMCHrGr P£ARJQM CO, JAMDS CRZELMAN It ts getting so that It must, hurt the feelings of the ham to have to as- sociate with the eggs. The government is going to give us weather tips while we wait Thats the way we get the weather. With three nations racing for the south pole it is fortunate that Amer- icans are nimble on their feet See where you would be now finan- cially if you had bought a ton of platinum when it was cheap! Platinum is going up to $710 a pound. Thus we see that the perni- cious example of beefstea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 April 1910

V V ' I m i FAMOUS DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION. I yspepsi L AMRRH OF STOMACH Constipation Vanishes Forever Prompt Relief—Permanent Cora Carters ITTLC WLLS. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS never fail. Purely veget. able—met turely but gently on the Hver. Stop after dinner diitren— cure indi- r'on— improve the complexion — brighte eyet. Small Pill, Small Do e, Small Pric GENUINE muit bear signature : Britain's Rulers. Mr. Lloyd-George is pleasantly proud of his nationality, but it is ama- zing that he had to go back to Queen Elizabeth and the Tudors to find his- torical precedence for a Welsh gov- ernment of Great Britain. On the other hand, England has often been ruled by Scotsmen. Of the last three premiers, two—Sir Henry Campbell- Bannerman and Mr. Balfour—were Scotch. Mr. Gladstone sat for a Scotch constituency, and so does Mr. Asquith. Ireland has always been busy supplying us with governing men. The Duke of Wellington, Lord Roberts, Lord Charles Beresford, Lord Russell and a dozen others ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 15 April 1910

v-'Vv s. * , •/ '■ '.iu' * -l I ' \ i ?, i V« * v , > fcE CmS& THE STREAM of IfVEfSlTT ®W A BAMK ACCOUNT. «L s% START IT NOW W.U- ■ * «Vv>-c.- i A. D. Erown, President of the Hamilton^Brown Shoe Co., St. I.otcs and Boston, clerked, when he was a boy. He saved his money. He bought an interest in his old employers store. He is now worth over 10 millions. Thousands of men work for him. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. Deposits Guaranteed. The First National Bank OF MESQUITE Local and Personal. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cochran ' of Dallas, were among the guests at S. D. Lawrence's birthday dinner yesterday. The First National and Guar- anty State Banks will close next Thursday, on account of San Ja einto Day. Arrangements are being made to resurface the gravel road, known as the Mesquite tap, con- necting Mesquite with the East Pike. Jack I'ace and wife, formerly of Alabama, but recently of Bart- lttt, came in yesterday and ex- pect to locate here. The farmer is a nephew of J. A. Pace of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 April 1910

i i' \ i \ I 1, j She <3cxno itlcsquitcr. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1910 Vol.XXVIIl No. 43 pg talra? p GET YOUR CLOTHES HERE AND SAVE MONEY T> "Walks on Stars, so can you." The king of automobilists oarney V^IQIICICI who has been breaking and making world's records in his "Lightening Benz," wears "Star Brand" and is foot happy. Barney Oldfield's enthusiasm over "Star Brand" shoes came through a desire to associate with winners. He has made the fastest time known to the automobile world and the "House of Stars" has shown the most rapid growth of any shoe house in the world. We, as all other live people should do, associate ourselves with winners in Dry Goods and Clothing as well as shoes, and when we know a thin^ to he good we are anxious for our customers to try them. That's why we are so enthusiastic over the ^oods we handle and last but not least Star Brand Shoes, as we carrv a full line at all times and can ^ive you any style, price or leather you...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 April 1910

THE TEXAS MESQUlTEk NEW KIND OF CORNlOREGON colony_hen house JOHN C. DaVIS. Editor and Proprietor MES QUITE, - TEXAS Now for the straw bonnets. Spring, bless her, may go as far aa ■he likes. Make room for the rhubarb pie and the strawberry shortcake. When It saw the colonel the Sphinx remained discreetly silent. Girls' names written on pggs are turned out of cold storage from one to three years old. Simian dinners are still popular In the New York smart set and some of them cost $100 per plate. Paris has a "ham and Iron" fair, though ham and diamonds would be a • ore appropriate combination. Japan Is taking an Interest In base- ball, which seems to assure a cordial understanding beyond question. It will be hard for Kermlt to con- tent himself with the sport of cHm digging when he gets back to Oyster Bay. Why should not the young mnn's fancy lightly turn to thoughts of 'ove* Spring m'lllnery bills do not embitter his dreams. Now science has achieved nn In- vention to take the picture...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 April 1910

.v w I Af \ ■ o DES MOINES' PLAN Government by Commission Has Given Great Satisfaction. Mayor Mathis Tells What Has Been Done for the City In Last Two Years — Politics Eliminated. Des Moines, la.—This city on April 1 concluded Its first two years under the commission l'orm of government known as the l)es Moines plan. The Des Moines plan has been pronounced by municipal experts and magazine wri- ters who have visited the city and have made special studies of conditions as the ideal form of city government. This does not mean that there are not details that could not be improved upon, but in general the observation seems to hold good. In t}es Moines the city council con- sists of a mayor and four councllmen. These are elected at large. The ward lines were abolished when the city adopted the new form of government two years ago. The primaries are held two weeks before the city election and two candidates for mayor and eight for councilmen are selected. Two weeks later the people vote a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 April 1910

p I 11 El. I I i I : I i ■ I j j I II 1 I ill 1 II ?! I I i t I'; ■ N H W, TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John e. Davis, Ei>. and Pub. PUBLISHED Every friday at Mesquitk, Texas. Entered In the poBtoffioo at Men- Texas, as Boeond clu.sa matter. Friday, April 22, 1910. Announcements The following announcements are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election, July 23,1910: fbr the Legislature, Place No. 3: John E. Davis. Ftvr Judge 68th Dist. Court. J. C. Roberts. Ross M. Scott. ^For Judge, County Court at-Law: W. P. Whiteiiurst. H. C. Jarkel. W. E. Cowan. Claude M. McCallum For County Attorney: R. M. Clark. Louis Wilson. J. W. Pierson. For District Clerk: A. H. Cooper. H. H. Williams. For County Clerk: Jim Record. Matt L. Cobb. Ben P. Cullom. Senator Aid rich's reputat ion for political wisdom has not suf- fered by his announcement that he will retire from public life. Having been a leader, he is sharp enough to see that the time has come when ho cttn no longer lead. A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 April 1910

"ff1 V' WE SELL GUARANTEED STOCKINGS FOR MAW, WOMAN OR CHILD The Best-Looking, Beit-Feel- ing and Best-Fitting, as well as fQcst-Wearing Stockings made. LET US SHOW YOU Bring Us Your Chickens Eggs And Butter Regarding Cost of Living Said an independent and sharp commentator a few days ago: "The general merchandise store has lowered the cost of living; it has been the one thing that has fought against high prices." We refer to our past record of low prices on all classes of things to eat and wear as a striking corroberation of this statement. You are invited to become one of our customers to share with the many others in our quality goods at our usual low prices. Respectfully, J. F. McCULLOUGH. Men's and Boys' Clothing We carry at all times a large and complete assortment of all the newest shades and models. We have your size and style at a satisfactory price. X Wn porsets stand today in a i Da Ulass to themselves — Without an equal. Satisfaction* or your money back. 71 Mesquite, Tex...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 April 1910

m i il i if I IB I The Important Problem confronting anyone in need of a laxa- tive is not a Question of a single ac- tion only, but of permanently bene- ficial efTects, which will follow proper efforts to live in a healthful way, with the assistance of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, whenever it Is re- quired. as it cleanses the system gently yet promptly, without irritation and will therefore always have the preference of all who wish the best of family laxatives. The combination has the approval of phyBicians because it is known to be truly beneficial, and because it has given satisfaction to the millions of well-Informed families who have used It for many years past To get Its beneficial effects, always buy the genuine manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only. Remember nothing depreciates a man more than to show him he's like other men. The bottoruJfsa tan c solves the problem of how to jvator caI ue. Booklet "A" ia free. Writs' for it. Alamo Irou Work^ Ban Antonio, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 April 1910

l: > V \ '•/ V Qood Jokes SURPRISING. After an "Uncle Tom's Cabin" per- formance in a tent down In Arkansas one of the women from the mixed au- dience strolled around to the dressing tent to catch a glimpse of the per- formers. "Dear me!" she exclaimed excited- ly, as she noticed a little tot In a huso yellow wig. "What little angel is this?" "That la Little Eva. ma'am," re- sponded Uncle Tom, as he mopped the black from his face and started washing dishes. "Well, well! And what Is Little Eva's flame off the stage? Something poetical like Evangeline or Elvira I'll wager." Uncle Tom grinned and kept on washing dishes. "No, ma'am, it's Mike," ho said, simply, "Little Eva is a boy." Sura to Yell. "What's the matter, Hill?" asked the first confidouce man. "You look down- hearted." "I don't want any more to do with you," snapped his former friend; "you told me that relieving those jays of their wallets would bo like taking candy from a baby. I started and they set up a wail that could...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 22 April 1910

>*. Wi V;\ I ttr 1;,. i ! IMis f 4 I s | l.*1? J I - i ;•#!• 1 f Sk * ii Ipifl 8®$W i WHAT ARE YOU DOING WITH YOUR MONEY 9 YOU CAN PILL a BUCKET DROPBYDRORjft£ & ROUTE TO FORNEY IS ABANDONED tkty T Interurban Folks Dccide Chisholm Route. On MAY GET POWER HOUSE it rrm toe bank MAKE UP YOUR MIND to save a PART of your income, and put it in the bank and let it stay there, How else can you get ahead? Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. Depnsits Guaranteed. The First Natisnal Bank OF MESQUITE Local and Personal. Buried In Mesquite. Little Mabel Love, not quite two years old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Audy Love, of Dallas, died Thursday night of last week and was buried here Friday af- ternoon, funeral services being conducted by Rev. W. R. Mc- Carter. Little Mabel was the second of twin sisters to die, her sister having died in February of last year. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of all. The MESQUITER has it on un- questioned authority that the directors of the East Texas Traction Co...

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