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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 May 1910

MMERTlHNGS c /i \\vS i 1 ^ <t jy.-y** * **■ " '.•y'ar AT this season it is natural for you to feel that you ought to be garbed as light as nature s own in fluffy, tasty, cool things. You will find them here for we do enjoy buying summer fancies and in order to buy, of course we have to sell, and you will find the prices upon these goods correspondingly light. MS,e J. F. McCULLOUGH We are prepared to Sell you goods on Fall Time Summer Weight Dress Fabrics In a largo variety of patterns, styles and designs for the infant, the children, the young and the elderly lady, in plain and figured designs. Sheer waisting, cross bar and embroidery designs, per yard 10c to 35c Lawns and dimities, 5c to 25c Light weight suiting, per yard, 15c to 35c Egyptian tissue, an exceptionally serviceable fabric in fast colors, per yard 25c Coats, Suits and Trousers Small boys' wash suits and rompers, 65c to... $2.50 Boys' suits, age 8 to 16, price $1.50 to . .$8.50 Men's summer suits, sizes 33 to 44, pri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 May 1910

ii'itm. '. i w Ji- flu W The more you eat Quaker ScotcH Oats the better your health will be. Practical experi- ments with athletes show Quaker Scotch Oats to be the greatest strength maker. Packed in regular sl*e packages, and In hermetically sealed tius for hot cli- mates. W. L. DOUGLAS $5, $4, $3.50, $3 & $2.50 Workingmen's 1 ■ f \ © flows' Shoes $2.00 Shoes OnUbOn $2. SO <ft $2 W. Ii. Douglas shoos are worn by more men than any other make, BEOAUSE: W.L.i> uKiitn ftff.no anil ft4.00Mln>«Hoqiial, lu style, lit and wear, other makes costing •tt.00 to •8.00. 1 W.I~Ootiglaa S3.A0, •3.00,82.00 and *3.00 shoes are the lowest price, quality congld- | «red,lnthe world. Fast Color Eyelets. The hare W. I. Done tin name and prlc« (Umriod on the Iwttom. Tukf 1V« Snl. tiitit«-. Aalt T«Mtrdenl<-r for W.Ui>ou(tI« ho«. Ifthey are not for sal In your town write for Mall Order Cat- alog, (ftvinu full directions how to order liy mall. SlioM ordered direct from factory delivered to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 May 1910

/ Good Jokes AN AUTHENTIC BIOGRAPHY. "Goodness gracious!" exclaimed the bondholder's wife aB she entered his private office, where the thermometer Indicated 95 degrees, and found her husband, his brow dripping with per- spiration, busily engaged with a pair of scissors, in the arduous employ- ment of detaching coupons. "Good- ness gracious! Are you trying to take a Turkish bath?" The bondholder turned to the wom- an with a hurt expression on his shrewd face. "I wish you would not Bpeak in so slighting a manner," he said, reprovingly. "I am expecting a visit from the man whom I have en- gaged to write my biography and I want to appear so he can say truth- fully of me that I earned my money by the sweat of my brow." Its Identity. Brother Gaumpers—Ub-well, sah, me and mun wife done sallybrated our rubber weddin' last night, and Brother Lopp—Hoi' on, sir! What sawtuh weddin'? Brother Gaumpers — Our rubber weddin', sah. We done invited 'bout a dozen of our friends over to a chick- en sup...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 May 1910

H 1} 11*- It iv • F I > *'4 i¥AY^ OK* UAtD tart the Foundation for Your FORTUNE The requirements of the U. S. Government iNa ional Bank laws guarantee safety to the depositors of OUR bank. Besides this every depositor in this bank is protected against loss by the Fidelity and Deposit Co., of Maryland, with assets of over six million dollars. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. Deposits Guaranteed. The First National Bank OF MESQUITE D. Q. Murphree of Garland, was here a day or two th s week. it Doesn't Matter What you want to buiid —anything from a pig pen or chicken house up to a nice residence— you will f^nd us well stocked with first class Lumber and other material need' ed in its construction, and the prices are al> ways right. Even if you live some distance from Mesquite it will pay you to let us figure on your bill. Jno. L Quaries Go. Walter W. Walker, Mgr. Mesquite, Texas Local and Personal. C. L. Joyce of Garland, was liere Friday. Mra. Allene Hargravesof Fort Worth, visited here...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 May 1910

®lie ®exas ittesquitcr. By John E. Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 20,1910 Vol.XXVIIl No. 47 CUT HIS OWN THROAT WITH DULL KNIFE Jos. W. Clark Makes Second Attempt to End Life. IS EVIDENTLY INSANE Is Badly Wounded But May Recover. Joseph W. Clark, aged 40, who made his homo with Roland Clark of Scyene, to whom, how- ever, he was not related, was found Monday morning between 7:00 and 8:00 o'clock with his throat cut. About 7:00 o'clock, Deputy Sheriff E. G. Walker received a message from a neigh- bor of the Clarks, saying that Joe Clark was missing and that they were alarmed over his whereabouts as he had been act- ing in a peculiar manner for some time. He had not been seen by the family since 11:00 o'clock Sunday night. At that time he was sitting on the side of his bed, evidently thinking. They paid no attention to him, as there was apparently nothing unusual in his actions. About an hour after the first notice of Clark's disappearance was received in Mesquite, anoth- er messag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 May 1910

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQU1TE, - TEXAS Menelik is dead—again, or at laat. The hookworm grow* fat in the spring. The "wanderlust" awison is her*. The shoe man Binges. Pity "central" on that proposed tele- phone from Scotland to Paris. A coffee and Blnker breakfast often follows a supper on lobster a la New- burg. Better make a note In your diary about four years ahead that grape crops are finest in comet years. King Menelik, rested by his recent decease, is taking hold of his public duties with renewed zest and vigor. A Chicago man has asked a divorce because his wife drank two cases of beer a day. What she wants is a pipe line. It It still pretty hard to get any- thing less than the kidnaping of a millionaire's child into the daily press. St. Louis man swears that his sub- conscious self was In control when he got married. Sounds much like the majority of cases. A Russian prince is named as co- respondent in the divorce suit of a turpentine king. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 May 1910

J J T indatPbdGat by Meredith Nichoiaon JLL UqS TRA TlOtid 3Y RAY WALTF#<5 QOFVffKM t907 OV OOOSS ^/ICHfflLL OA SYNOPSIS. Miss fatrlcla Holhrook and Mlw Helen Holbrook, her niece, were entrusted to the care of I^aurance Donovan, a writer, summering near Port Annandale. Miss Patricia conflded to Donovan that she feared her brother Henry, who, ruined by a. bank failure, had constantly threatened her. Donovan discovered and captured an Intruder, who proved to be Reginald «lllesple, suitor for the hand of Helen. Donovan saw Miss Holbrook and lier fa- ther meet on friendly terms. Donovan fought an Italian assassin. Ha met the man he supposed was Holbrook, but who sold he was Hartridge, a canoe-maker. 'Miss Pat announced her Intention of flKhtinR Henry Holbrook and not seeking another hiding place. Donovan met Helen in garden at night. Duplicity of Helen was confessed by the young lady. At slight, disguised as a nun, Helen stole ■from the house. She met Reginald GU- iesple, who told he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 May 1910

THF TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, En. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mesquite, Texas. Entered in the postofflco at Mes- §aHe, Texas, as second class matter. Friday, May 20, 1910. Announcements The following announcements are Made subject to the Democratic pri- ■Mcry election, July 23,1910: Jflor the Legislature, Place No. 3: John E. Davis. Vot Judge 68th Dist. Court. J. C. Roberts. Ross M. Scott. For Judge Criminal Dist. Court: R. B. Seay. Forjudge, County Court at-Law: W. F. Whitehurst. H. C. Jarrel. • W. E. Cowan. Claude M. McCallum Curtis P. Smith. For County Attorney: R. M. Clark. Louis Wilson. J. W. Pierson. For District Clerk: A. H. Cooper. H. H. Williams. FY>r County Clerk: Jim Record. Matt L. Cobb. Ben F. Cullom. W. C. North. 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 Rey...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 May 1910

Go To Tlw Harris 1 Barber Shop _i When you need a shave, haircut, massage, shampoo or anything in barber work, also for a nice Bath or for laundry work. And if you need a pair of pants, i fancy vest or nice suit, don't fail to see our nice line of samples. Wm. F.Harris j Mesquite, Texas ^ I Local and Personal - II J. A. Grubbs of Scyene was [here Monday. T. G. Duckworth of New Hope, |was here Monday. A son was born to Cleve Cole |and wife on May 12. VV. L. Martin of Dallas, was a |visitor here Sunday. Rev. W. I. McClung of Fort Worth, was here Monday. G. P. Worthington of New |Hope, was here Wednesday. Albert Borchardt of Rhein- Jiardt, was here Wednesday. '] Mrs. Bettie Allen visited in Richardson Saturday and Sun- day. Born—To Jerome Gibson and wife, near Lawson, a son, May 155. M. H. Newman of Kaufman, was a visitor here the first of the week. v"l F. O. Potter, L. Z. Miller and •T. W. Bennett of Lawson, were ; he re Monday. J \ ' ■' Misses Bettie Ireson and Ada (Eastham of Richar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 May 1910

u—m m Mexico^ Military Training School ^ IC<!Af'8J8 tit numerous Vfi«:ftlK'If In ih* rank* of subordinate officers of battalion* «nd no'l lh«i niituH itti tb«r of offi< li I* KfU<I1111I<<<I from tlifl Mil* Jury coll«*w, In ttddl- tlon to otbor masons, Ilt«t wnr d«pi rtm<?nt of (hi m <!*(<■!* ) <ov«rn* m«nt, which tit ttmt ili i« wu« un<|*r ths <11 ration <>f 0 a n«r ttf Mmiiu, i ubnilit«(1 u bill, approved by con#r«iNM on |H<<nr l>«r 7, IU04, In lh« form of n <I<1< ih<1, by virtue of which tti« "EscueU M11I1 hi' <1<« Aspirant**" <Military Train- lint school) won a*tttbll*h«d Th« school has for ltd objeot ths tmlntHK « f sub- ordinate uflfcors for the infantry, «• v- nlry and artillery service. The Inntltu* tlon wit* opntim] on January 2i , 11*06, In lh<t remodeled building of the old factory of Hanta Ke, In Tlalpmn, which hail been acquired hy the department for that purpon«, The rule* and r«<gu< litilo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 May 1910

\ 1 WAS A REAL "STOP WATCH." He was a newly appointed constable In the rural districts and he had come all the way to town to find the watch- maker who had sold him a faulty timepiece. "But what's the matter with the watch?" asked the watchmaker In all Innocence. "Matter?" drawled the old man. "By Heck, this watch stops every few min- utes." The watchmaker came from behind the counter and patted his dissatisfied customer on the shoulder. "My dear man,' he whispered, "you have Just been made a constable, haven't you?" "That's what I be," was the proud response. "And you expect to arrest motorists for speeding?" "You bet I do." "Well, how can you time automo- biles without a stop watch? Go home and thank your stars you own one." And the old man was so puzzled he walked out of the watchmaker's and forgot the address. Adjustable Sentiments. "When citizens acclaim you as their choice for high position what do you do?" "I abide in a patriotic spirit by the wisdom of the common people," an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 May 1910

lilWI << I i' lk > Hfli|Vl'TI*"J,*l m if#'' vMfvAiA ' rar. ■ ®88SV ,,V i - ! ' V- ITraS. ^4 4i . P'"- ■ If H i ■ MMf. Isiii' P«ti T,i ;!.■■ $b £ ' -#§i j® ga i HB|1W"V: :X:/: IE"" *. fflt m, wMy ■■'• ■ THE WORLD LOOKS DIFFERENT TO THE MAN WITH MONEY HE KNOWS HE IS 5ECUEE CHARLES M. SCHWAB, the great steel magnate, banked the big money he made when President of the big steel corporation. Now he owns steel works of his own. YOUR employer will trust you more, and pro* mote you. if you save your money. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. Deposits Guaranteed. The First National Bank OF MESQUITE rendered in a manner credible alike to teacher and pupil: 1 Through Field and Forest.... Vogel May Nolen, Jessie Lawrence. 2 My First Waltz....Engelmann Ruth Smith. 3 The Haunt of the Fairies Marie Crosby May Nolen. 4 In Rank and File Lange May Nolen, Inez Grubb. 5 Arrival of the Brownies Anthony Inez Grubb. 6 When the Fields are Green.. Fprman Ruby Lawrence. 7 Listen to the Mocking Bird... I Sawyer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 May 1910

*w w" ®lje 0cx<J6 illcsnuilcr. By John E, Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 27,1910 Vol.XXVIIl No. 48 Most Important Massmeeting In History of Mesquite Called Baseball Notes. The directors of the East Tex- as Traction Co. will meet in Dallas, Thursday, June 2, for the purpose of taking up the question of the selection of a lo- cation for the power house and the final decision as to the exact route of the Dallas-Terrell Inter- urban. Mesquite liotonly wants the line but wants the power house, and it is up to the citizens of this town and community to get busy. It is hardly necces- sary to dwell here on the import- ance of securing the Interurban and the power house. The loca- tion of the lattar here means ar investment of something like $150,000.00 and a good sized pay roll—It means an impetus for growth of Mesquite and the en- hancement of property values both in town and in this section. This is a vital matter—a crisis in the history of this town and com- munity and no man int...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 May 1910

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MES QUITE, - TEXAS It costs nothing to go Joy riding on hot air wagon. Instead of belling the cats they should be trained to an exclusive spar row diet. The police in Chicago will watch the bathing costumes. They will not be alone In the work. It Is time that rich Americans ■topped being meal tickets for foreign lorgers of old masters. That oyster with 64 pearls was a great Improvement over the one with 1,000,000 typhoid germs. The big fish stories are coming In. The rain of frogs in northern Indiana Is scheduled for an early date. Cotton flour and alfalfa biscuits are ipreparlng to oust wheat from its stronghold in the human stomach. A London barber has written a play called "The Raven's Cry." When did those torturers start shaving ravens? A Utlca woman's neck was broken t>y a hug. Cupid's fatalities will soon be numbered with those of football. A strange thing about the war of the tongs is that there apparently are as man...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 May 1910

FAMOUS DOCTOR'8 PRESCRIPTION,' yspepsl ATARRH Of STOMA,'" *"OI M* The Drink of Quality The Texatone Boy AT FOUNTAINS AND IN BOTTLH8. ffHXATONH COMPANY DALLAS, THXAB money savethe money bygiv medicine BLACK-DRAUGHT' STOCK & POULTRY MEDICINE This is made from pure drugs, the best we know how. It has cured thousands of sick hogs and will probably cure yours. Ask your dealer. 25C. 50c. and $1. Per Can. Very Fishy. She was a fisherman's daughter, she wore her hair in a net, and she pre- ferred love in a piscatorial way. "My love," he whispered, "you hold first 'place' in my heart! Although 1 'flounder' about in expressing myself, my 'sole' wish is that you will save me from becoming a 'crabbed' old bachelor. I shall stick to you closer than a 'limpet,' from you a 'wlnk'll' be the road to guide me. Together we will 'slcate' over life's 'rocks,' and when I look at your hand beside ma I shall say to myself: 'Fortune waa mine when I put 'herring" there!" And then the lady dropped her eye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 May 1910

THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John B. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mesquitk, Texas. Entered in the postoffioo at Mes- qnlte, Texas, as second class matter. Friday, May 27, 1910. For 8tate Senator: e. g. senter. For the Legislature, Place No. 3: john e. davis. For Judge 68th District Court: j. c. roberts. ross m. scott. For Judge Criminal District Court: r. b. seay. For Judge, County Court-at-Law: W. F. WHITEHURST. H. C. JARREL. W. E. COWAN. CLAUDE M. McCALLUM. CURTIS p. SMITH. 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 F. CULLOM. W. C. NORTH. 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 JACOBY. WILL REYNOLDS. HAYDEN TRIGG. BEN F. BRANDENBURG. For County Treasurer: H. L. ERWIN. CHA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 May 1910

M i * k • «s I 1^ J R. M. Clark, candidate for COUNTY ATTORNEY of Dallas County, will speak in the inter- est of his candidacy in Mesquite Saturday, May 28th At 3:00 p. m. [is other dates for this section is as follows: Rose Hill, Monday, May, 30th, at 8 p. m. New Hope, Tuesday, May 31st, at 8 p. m. Long Creek, Wednesday, June 1st, at 8 p. m. Orphans Home, Thursday, June 2nd, at 8 p. m. Scyene, Friday, June 3rd, at 8 p. m. Elam, Monday, June 6th, at 8 p. m. Rylie, Tuesday, June 7th, at 8 p. m. Kleburg, Wednesday, June 8th at 8 p. m. Lawson, Thursday, June 9th, at 8 p. m. Seagoville, Friday, June 10th, at 8 p. m. Corns Out And Hear Him #" i | %■ Local and Personal • II Tuesday night. Don't forget the massmeeting I'Tuesday night. R. L. Mclnnis of Dallas, was | here Wednesday. Frank Brown of Dallas, was a [visitor here Sunday. Arthur Yates of Forney, was a pisitor here Sunday. Frank Ellis of New Hope, was a [visitor here Sunday. J. Z. Lawrence of Reinhardt, was here Wednesday. 1 Miss L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 May 1910

-7*. *.x.cfc tmiiittt \ PS; wm forthi By Wm[M HE quaint little community fof Beverly, Mass., Is pretty certain to enjoy the dis- tinction of ranking as the "summer capital" of the United States so long as William H. Taft is presi- dent. The Tafts chose the little seashore resort for a vacation retreat for the first summer of the present administration somewhat as an experi- ment. No member of the family had previously spent much time on the famed "North shore" of Massachusetts and consequently they were obliged to accept largely on hearsay Its clalma to pre-eminence as an Ideal summer playground. However, after their first season at this pleasure domain the White House household was more than enthusiastic regarding the local- ity and forthwith decided to return there in future summers. Hence the action of the president in extending his lease on the cottage he occupied at Burgess Point. For a decade and a half prior to the election of William H. Taft as presi- dent, the present occup...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 May 1910

0 J Food Products Never Vary in Quality or Taste Because the utmost care is taken by Libby's Chefs to select only the choicest materials and prepare them in the same careful manner every time. You are thus assured of uni- form goodness, and this is the reason that the use of Libby's gives such general satisfaction to every housewife. Try Libby Dried Beef Mexican Tamales Ham Loaf Chili con Carne Vienna Sausage Evaporated Milk For luncheon, spreads or everyday meals they are just the thing. j Keep a supply in the house. You never can tell when they will come in handy. Ask for Libby's and be sure you get Libby's. Libby, McNeill & Libby Chicago W. L. DOUCLAS SHOES •5, <4, *3.50, S3, $2.50 & <2 THE STANDARD FOR 30 YEARS. Millions of men wear W. L. Douglas shoes be- cause they are the low- est prices, quality con- sidered, m the world. Made upon honor,of the best leathers, by the most skilled workmen, in all the latest fashions. W. L. Douglas $5.00 •nd $4.00 shoes equal Cust...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 May 1910

4. VEN SQUIRRELS HAVE-BANK-ACCOUNIS WHY NOT YOU? Public Speaking. A WINTER may come to you sooner than you think, The prudent squirrel stores away nuts when he can get nuts. He has them when winter comes. To HAVE MONEY you must save as you make it, and put it in the bank where it will be safe. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. Deposits Guaranteed. Because of rain and the fact the farmers will be very busy, the regular itinerary of the county candidates has been called off ex- cept the Saturday appointments, which will be carried out as an- nounced and new dates will be made for some of the other places. However, J. W. Pierson, can- didate for County Attorney, has announced that he will speak on the night dates ns originally named by the committee and a number of other candidates are expected to speak also, so there will be speaking as announced except at the 2 o'clock appoint- ments for other days while both day and night appointments on Saturday will be carried out. Dates for this section a...

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