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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 June 1910

If All Druggists Were as particular as we are about the quality of their drugs, it would not have been necessary for Congress to pass a Pure Food and Drug Law. You can rest assured that anything purchased at our store is of the highest standard. Please remember always that our first consideration is for our Pre^ scription Department. Mesquite Pharmacy J. B. Bryant, Proprietor. ( Local and Personal. % I J. B. Sewell of Rylie, was here Monday. E. N. Terry of Law son, was in town Tuesday. Frank Ellis of New Hope, was here Wednesday. R. P. Curtis of New Hope, was Mesquite Tuesday. A son was born to Porter Riggs and wife on June 18. W. L. Morehart of Scyene, was in Mesquite Tuesday. Arvill Bracken of Dallas, spent Sunday night in Mesquite. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Shankles visited in Dallas Sunday. ^ k Ed P. Vanston returned Sun- Wfcay from a trip to St. Louis. j f Miss Gena Slater spent Fri- * day and Friday night in Dallas. Mrs. Grace Kimbrough is vis- iting 'friends in Cedar Hill, this week...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 June 1910

MOTHERS WHO HAVE DAUGHTERS Find Help In Lydia E. Pink* ham's Vegetable Compound Hudson, Ohio.—-"If mothers realized the good your remedies would do deli- cate girls I believe there would bo Jfewer weak and ail. ing women. Irreg- ular and painful periods and such troubles would be relieved at once in many cases. Lydia E. Pinkham's Yege- table Compound is fine for aiung girls and run-down wo- men. Their delicate organs need a tonic and the Compound ives new ambition and life from the irst dose."—Mrs. G eorge Stkickxjcjb, Hudson, Ohio, H. No. 6, Box 82. Hundreds of such letters from mothers expressing their gratitude for what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound has accomplished for them have been received by the Lydia £. Pinkham Medicine Company, Lynn, Young Girls, Heed This. Girls who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, head- ache, dragging-down sensations, faint- ing spells or indigestion, should take Immediate action to ward off the seri- ous consequences a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 June 1910

s s WSEBb. 9RHLQD HEROIC MEANS. The little man wanted a pin to hold his ripped sleeve together, but every one that passed gave him a cold stare. Presently a big Individual with shoul- ders like an ox and wrapped up In a voluminous sweater sauntered down the street, and the little man accosted him In desperation: "For two pins," said the little man, "I'd knock your block oft." The pugllistlc-looklng citizen was 4umfounded. When he recovered him- •elt he found two plna In his trousers waistband and handed them over. "Now, come on, you little macker- el!" he thundered. "Come on an' knock dla block off. Just try It!" But the llttlo man was already dodging for the other side of the ■treet. "I guoae I'll let your block go this time," he bantered, "but 1 had to have the pins." MATTER OF BUSINESS. "Excuse me," said the stranger, as ho stepped Inside. "Is this Mr. Mark- ham's office?" "No," replied the man at the desk. "His office Is on the floor above." "Thank you," said the stranger as he ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 June 1910

1' .-3B& I d r . .*>■ * A BANK ACCOUNT SEEMS to BE a MAGNET? when once Started it draw5 more. V0. ~WtM MMlkz. At 4 REAL JOY comes to the roan who has never had a bank account when he once begins to "bank" his money and watch the balance of his credit grow. Ask those who h avc banked with us whether or not they like our busi- ness methods. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank, Deposits Guaranteed. The First National Bank OF MESQUITE Local and Personal. Methodist Revival. The revival meeting being con- ducted by Rev. Abe Mulkey un- der the large tabernacle south of the public square is progressing nicely and the attendance has been good all through the meet- ing. Rev. Mulkey is an able preacher and is doing much good. Mesquite people needs a preacher like this all the sum- mer. We need a preacher to tell us of the ways of the world and to show us where we stand and that is what Abe Mulkey is doing. If you haven't been at- tending, come out and let him call your number. You may be glad of it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 June 1910

Iv Jl^ 1 It- fo f \ J i\ s : | ' /til ' \V' i J ®he Scxns Jttesquiter. By John E. Davis. Joe Sap's Youthful Disappointments. By Joe Sappington, MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 24,1910 LEFT ARM CRUSHED BY MOVING TRAIN Vol.XXVIIlNo.52 (Continued from last week) We had not gone exceeding five miles when old Pete began to give us trouble. He became stubborn and wanted to turn back toward home and it was all we could do to keep him from stopping at the few houses we passed—the last thing on earth that we wanted him to do as we were afraid that our folks would learn the route we had taken. He became so stubborn that we finally had to tie a rope around his under jaw, and tied the other end to the horn of my saddle and it was up to him to come along or have his jaw pulled off. He came alright after that. On ac- count of loosing so much time with the old mule we never halt- ed for dinner until two o'clock in the afternoon, and had propably come twenty-live miles 01 more, and got uneasy about b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 June 1910

... I IHi<1WiSSl> —flew ... I;. I V. ■■H V Food Products Libby's Vienna Sausage is distinctly different from any other sausage you ever tasted. Just try one can and it is sure to become a frequent necessity. Libby's Vienna Sausage just suits for breakfast, is fine for luncheon and satisfies at din- ner or supper. Like all of Libby's Food Products, it is carefully cooked and prepared, ready to serve, in Libby's Great White Kitchen —the cleanest, most scientific kitchen in the world. Other popular, ready-to- serve Libby Pure Foods ares Cooke J Corned Beef V Peerless Dried Beef Veal Loaf Evaporated Milk Baked Beans Chow Chow Mixed Pickles Insist on Libby's at your grocer's. Libby, McNeill ft Libby Chicago A Welcome Gift for Any Man NO STROPPING NO HONING -Gillette * KNOWN THE WOftLO OVER PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Cleanses and beautifies th« h«lb Itomotss a luxuriant growth. Never Falls to Bestore Gray Hair to its Youthful Color. Cam scalp dlinm St hair falling. NO HELP NEEDED, THANK Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 June 1910

V \ / « . - . - IN A SERIOUS CONDITION. row/ft or jetf/v/i/m c/rrric%~ msr/trr or <j/jq pmulo Washington.—Fully four and a half out of every five pounds of coffee drunk In the United States comes from Brazil, and the proportion Is growing steadily higher, principally because the Brazilian bean Is of a superior quality and flavor. The generality of coffee drinkers have a hazy idea that "Mocha" and "Java" enter largely Into the morning beverage, but it Is a fact that all the Mocha and Java that reach this country In a year would not supply St. Ix)uis for six months. It is generally known and under- stood that the greater proportion of line Brazilian coffee comes from the state of Sao Paulo in that country, and the statement that Sao Paulo, the richest state in the Brazilian Union, 'a "one vast coffee estate" has been made so frequently that the general 'mpression has gone abroad that little else but coffee is produced in the *tate. It is true that Sao Paulo alone, .ast year, produc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 June 1910

MMM) IP. m o i w . 1 THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mesquite, Texas. Entered in the postoffloe at Mes- qalte, TexaB, as second class matter. «£g£3S ASSOClAjiS^ Friday, June 24,1910. Political Announcements. The following announcements are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election, July 23,1910: For Congress, Fifth Districti dwight l. lkwflling. For State Senator: e. G. senter. For the Legislature, Place No. 1: e. h. mathewson. h. reid williams. For the Legislature, Place No. 2i ew1ng huffhines For the Legislature, Place No. 3: john e. davis. r. e. means. 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. II. H. WILLIAMS. For County Clerk: JIM RECOR...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 June 1910

'•fcf f I: r y Kill The Mites Pheno" Chlaro will do the work and besides it is a special antiseptic and disenfectant. A 25c diluted with water, will make 15 gallons. DeVoes Weather Chart We still have on hand some of the celebrated Dc Voe Weather Charts and will be pleased to give you one if you will call for it. See us for anything you need in drugs. The Mesquite Pharmacy J. B. Bryant, Proprietor. Local and Personal. % II J Mrs. Sid Hass is visiting in Sherman. Mrs. A. P. Slater visited in Dallas Saturday night. ( S. H. Hustead of Pleasant Mound, was here Tuesday. R. G. Chapman of Dallas, was here Friday and Saturday. Mrs. A. H. Cooper visited rela- tives near Lawson Tuesday. Miss Maggie Paschall is visit- ing relatives in Dallas this week. N. L. Galloway of Grand Prai- ^ rie, visited relatives here Sun- day. Rev. Purvis of Forney, will ureach at the Christian church Sunday night. Miss Ethel Trull of Hillsboro, is visiting at the home of her aunt, T. E. Caldwell. Mound City Paints ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 June 1910

THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor I l\% 1 I • t II I MESQUITiS, - TEXAS And about those flies There are no good (lies except dead ones. Some straw-hat symptoms are mani- festing themselves. Astronomers, on the other hand, learn something new every day. Judging by some of the recent Ac- tion, more novelists are of unsound mind than are legally declared so. Candidates for parliament in Hun- gary are being pelted with stale eggs. Has Hungary no cold-storage houses? Soon some nervous people will be- gin worrying about what the comet will do when it returns seventy-five years hence. The "Chantecler" cocktail is the latest, but the man who drinks It probably does not feel like crowing the next morning. The price of skunk skins has ad- vanced 100 per cent., so expect a big rise in several kinds of mink, seal and ermine next winter. Missing is safe, says a Boston phy- elcian. The young man's fancy will turn this spring, no doubt, with far more than its usual intensity...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 June 1910

r HUMUS IN THE SOIL S / J Wretched Condition of Farms Caused by Lack of Vital Attribute. Failure to Realize Importance of This Most Vital Question, Restoration of Plant Food, Responsible for Lessening Production. GARDEN ROLLER AND MARKER (By PTtOF, O. W. SHAW. CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE.) The minus quality of our soils lies not so much on the chemical side of the soil as upon the wretchedly poor physical condition Induced through the lack of any attempt to return to the soil that vital attribute which makes for productiveness—humus, which, together with rational tillage and use of manures, constitutes the best key for unlocking the storage of latent plant-food contained in the soil. Failure to realize the importance of this most vital question, the restora lion of humus, is responsible for les- sening the retentiveness of our soils for moisture, especially In the upper layers, a very serious matter in our climate of fickle rainfall; a lessening of our available plant-food; th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 June 1910

ifi had only pot /fiat money in the BANK r would HiWE IT NOW tro-VsT KEPT THE KING AT HOME. IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO LEARN; START A bank account now HAVING MONEY OF YOUR OWN enables you to borrow more money when you want it to start a busk ness of your own. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. Deposits Guaranteed. Tha First National Bank OF MESQUITE "For the past year we have kept the King of all laxatives—Dr. King's New Life Pills—in our home and they have proved a blessing to all our family," writes Paul Mathulka, of Buffalo, N. Y. Pasy, but sure remedy for all Stomach, Liver and Kid ney troubles. Only 25c at all druggists. Lone Dove. We had a nice shower last Mon- day and it was badlv needed. There was an icecream supper at Joe West's last Saturday night. Everybody reports a nice time. L. C. Paschall went to Forney Monday. T. T. Flowers and family spent Saturday and Sunday with rela- tives near Lone Elm. Sam Surles of Dallas, spent Saturday night and Sunday with his sister, Mrs. J. L. West. W...

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

y ®he ®exas itlesquiter. By John E, Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 1,1910 Vol. XXIX No, 1 / Joe Sappington's Truthful Tales. By Joe Sappington. One of the most ungallant acts ever recorded in the Lone Star State, occurred at Belton a few days since. It is a rare thins that one of my sex (male) does a thing that, mantels my cheeks with shame for the sex, for my cheek is hard to mantle. But this Belton fellow's lack of gal- lantry has turned my cheek so red with shame that 1 look like an Apachie Indian freshly paint- ed for the war path. Briefly re- lating the circumstances which disclose this lack of gallentry on the part of a man south of the Mason and Dixon line—and Bel- ton is far to the southward of this historic line, are as follows: It was through some matrimo- nial bureau or a Sears & Roebuck catalog I. am not sure which that Belton—and she found him. It seems he was taken by surprise, for when she started to climb the fence and go to where he was plowing, he leaped ...

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

THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN i. DAVis. Editor and Proprietor MESQUITE, - - • TEXAS Fishing tackle catalogues are ripe. Vacation plana progressing nicelyT Flies are not a habit; they are an Infliction. Dirt, flies, disease, death; each fol- lows the other. Kg' sis Rocking the boat is still a spring pastime for fools. Four kisses brought J20 In Omaha. Let's hope they were worth it I Mips, Fresh air is fine, but if you would live long open the window from the top. Edison says that one could live en- tirely on canned goods. But would one? Have a garden If you will, but don't five all your profits to the wardware man. A Poughkeepsle girl was ostra- cized for marrying. This item has no moral. If Wisconsin frogs can eat Florida alligators, frog legs may solve the meat problem. As soon as we are rid of the winter, we are confronted with the tornado end the mosquito. If you hear a buzzing sound and see • black object In the air—kill it—it's a fly and dangerous. Manure Is best applied with a manu...

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

/ THE KING'S SALARY George V. Gets $2,350,000 for Annual Expenses. ESCAPED INDIAN MASSACRE Col. In Addition Hit Queen, the Princes and Princesses of Royal Family Are Liberally Supplied With Pin Money. London.—Tho king of England and (the president of the United States are alike in one respect—they are both dependent on their respective peoples for their salary and allowances, the purse strings being held by parlia- ment in one case and by congross in •the other. The methods of doing things differ in the two countries, but they amount to the same in the end, and the people foot the bills. But kings cost much more than presi- dents. Somo people thought it a "'big raise" when the president's sal- ary was increased from $50,000 to $75,000 a year, with $25,000 a year for traveling expenses, but the Brit- ish king and royal family cost a good itnany times as much. At the beginning of every reign an annual sum is settled on the king by parliament and in addition allow- ances are made for e...

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

■M Pg • THE TEXAS MESQUITER, One Dollar Per Year. Tohn E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Publishkp Every Friday At Mesquite, Texas. Entered in the postoffleo at Mes- qnite, Texas, as second class matter. ASSOCl£0§^ Friday, July 1,1910. Political Announcements. The following announcements are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election, July 23, 1910: For Congress, Fifth Districti dwight l. lewi'lung. For State Senator: e. g. senter. For the Legislature, Place No. I: e. h. mathevvson. h. reid williams. For the Legislature, Place No, 2i ew1ng huefhines For the Legislature, Place No. 3: john e. davis. 11. e. means. 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...

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

Don't Miss It The Embroidery and Lace Sale of The Season Friday and Saturday JULY 8th and 9th The lowest prices that has ever been made on embroid- ery, lace etc. Come and see you will not be dissatisfied. Bovell's Bargain House WILL Local and Personal —% ■ i ==# J. M. Summers of Dallas, vis- ited relatives here Saturday and Sunday. Miss Minnie Nehymer of Rein- hardt, is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. F. Tosch. Miss Marie Branighan of near Reinhardt, is visiting relatives here this week. Lon Jobson left last week for A. & M. College to attend the summer session. Walter O'Callaghan of Dallas, spent several days here this week visiting his family. Thos. Lawson left Monday for Waco to attend the summer ses- sion at the Baylor University. Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more, but—! Mesquite Pharmacy. Misses Lucile Chapman and Jona Juhan are visiting relitives and friends in Fort Worth this week. D. W. Gott and wife and Wm. Knapp and wife visited relatives in Kaufman Sunday and Sun...

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

- HAT fireworks In general are hardly |r| pi I more than highly differentiated Are- II ll crackers might be said with almost J] *■ literal truthfulness. Inasmuch as practically all of the pyrotechnic toys employed for the purposes of celebra- tiou on the Fourth of July depend primarily upon the paper tube loaded with combustibles of one sort or an- other, as the fundamental element, so speak, In their construction. Even the great "set pieces," which might be called fire pictures, and which are erected upon scaffoldings sometimes as much as a hundred feet in length, depend for their effects wholly upon such paper cylinders, no bigger than good-sized firecrackers, stuck all over the lattice work of the skeleton structure employed by the flre-palnter In lieu, as one might say, of canvas. Something more in detail about these fire pic- tures will be said later on; but meanwhile It may be as well to Bpeak descriptively of the processes used in the manufacture of the more simple and famili...

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

V J W Cfood Jokes REAL DANGEROUS. The stranger In the public play- grounds noticed that the little boys were giving the little girls a wide berth on this particular morning. "That's queer," he mused. "Say, eonny, I thought you little boys and girls played together?" "We do some- times," enlightened the youngster on the sandpile, "but not today." "And why not?" " 'Cause it is as much as we can do to keep out of their way. They are playing suffragettes and ma- king believe we are policemen." Given by Mistake. Disgusted Customer (who has brought back a watch he purchased from jeweler)—It was a disgrace for you to sell me a watch like that. It's absolutely impossible to make It go fast enough. Jeweler (after examining the time- piece)—I most humbly beg your par- don, sir; you surely have good reason for being disBatisfled. I don't know how the mistake happened, but I find that I Bold you a plumber's watch. Under the Spell. "About this time last night," said foung Harlow, as he lighted a...

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

Eaflfe iffiSpsnC# ■' ;i' f*$SS5fy W^W* •■ t, ■ < " iw^r:'' ' «"" a||; m HP"! 4 " K : B&?; ^•I*'-. «V'ii 1 fe I I PP®raf • ^ -•"' •' '" ' ; ; - -; '§ TOraKrw^ *?§ 4'«$. v*'W' K HBEEs SAVE WHY DONT YOU? NATURE TEACHES US to 5ave d PUT IT™. INTO THE SfV, BANK Now So You'll have ST WHEN YOU IT. ITS SAFE IN THE BANK Mesquite Loses Another Game. g/xi-5s/* JAMES J. HILL, the great railroad king, made money slinging a pick when a young man, He BANKED and SAVED his earnings. He became a contractor and multi^mil'.ionair. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. Deposits Guaranteed. Lo£W The First National Bank OF MESQUITE Elam Etchings. Mr. and Mrs. Daniels of Elam. visited Charley Bruton near Dal- las, Sunday. Died near Elam, Saturday night, June 25, Annabelle, the three months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Blair. The funeral took place at Pleasant Mound cemetery at 4:30 o'clock Sunday evening. Rev. C. A. Chasteen of Oak Cliff, conducted the services. The floral offerings were beautiful. The fam...

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