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

\ not I coltj bu-| per perl / ( I; Y ®lic Sexus iUcsquitec. By John E, Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1910 Vol. XXIX No. 2 Joe Sap. On Village Brass Band By Joe Sappington. One of thy most important in- stitutions in a country town is its brass band, and hard indeed is the heart of the citizen who can sit unmoved under his own vine and fig tree while the village band pours und toots its music out on the evening air. It re- quires a good deal of patience, time and personal sacrifice on the part of each member of a band before they can toot Dixie. The most discouraging thing about a country band is its nat- ural tendency to go into bank- ruptcy and close its doors. There are so many things to break her long enough to practice. And on still another occasion I knew a plain ordinary American baby not worth more than $1.55 to wreck and ruin a country band. The baby had the colic every night for six months and its mother had its daddy—the cor- netist—walk it from forty to sixty mi...

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

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN C. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MES QUITE, - TEXAS See that fly? Kill him! With all his faults, a fly doeBn't bother one as much aB does a mos- quito. They are fighting In Nicaragua, but why they are fighting no one seems to 'know, Blondes are becoming fewer, accord- ing to statistics. So many are "let- ting It go back dark,' nowadays. The Individual census cards make a pile 16 miles high. And the man high- er up presumably is the top card. A liberal supply of sentimentalism Is good for a man; It keeps him from brooding over his nonuerformances. A St Louis man chewed up a $5 bill with a sandwich. At that it was about as cheap as a piece of meat of corre- sponding size. Massachusetts woman wants a di- Tlrce because her husband keeps a live lobster In the house. Well, what's she been keeping? And now a Beloit professor will tramp In the African wilds. How does be know those cannibals will be able to discriminate between a professor and a missionary? A Chicago ...

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

CLEAN COW STALLS I \ I Demand for Pure Milk Brings Sanitary Quarters. Dairymen Everywhere Are Realizing Wisdom of Constructing Sanitary Barns—Modern Stanchion Is Eas- ily Made and Inexpensive. (By C. A. OCQCK.) The demand for pure milk, pro- duced under sanitary conditions, Is constantly increasing, and to produce such milk it is necessary to have clean cows kept in sanitary stalls. That dairyman everywhere are realizing the wisdom of constructing sanitary GOOD ROADS VS. WIDE TIRES Model Stall. barns is shown by the many inquiries for Information on this subject. This awakening among the dairymen is in part an outcome of the pure food laws which have been enacted to meet the demand for pure milk and its products. Sanitary cow barns should contain sanitary fastenings for securing the cows, but this does not necessarily Imply that such fastenings need be patented. There seems to be a pre- vailing Impression among dairymen that a comfortable sanitary stall or stanchion Is an expensive ...

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

THE TEXAS MESQUiTEft, One Dollar Per Yenn John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. p0bl.1shkt) Every Fkiday At Mesquitk, - - Texas. Two weeks longer unci the ag- ony will be over. Entered in tbe postoffico ;it Mes- qnite, Texas, as second class matter. associa Friday, July 8, 1910. Political Announcements. The following announcements are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election, July '2.">, 1010: For Congress, Fifth District) DWIGHT L. LEWKLUNG. For State Senator: e. o. senter. For the Legislature. Place No- I: E. H. MATHEWSON. H. REID WILLIAMS. For the Legislature, Place No. 2i EW1NG H0EFHINES For the Legislature, Place No. 3: JOHN E. DAVIS. R. E. MGANS. 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. CI^AUDE 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...

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

\ We Are Always Ready To wail upon every customer with our usual good ser- vice and offer you one of the cleanest and best selected stock of drugs to be found anywhere. Lotus fill your prescriptions; prompt attention, courteous treatment and rock bottom prices are three reasons why you should buy your drugs here. We will be pleased to serve you. Don't forget that we sell cold drinks of all kinds, both in fountain and bottled goods. I .frfifSL 1MMH k Mesquite Pharmacy J, B. Bryant, Proprietor. ) # Local and Personal, ^ & r —J Dan Rugel of Dallas, was here Sunday and Monday. Otto Sini therm an of Dallas, was a visitor here Sunday. Miss Stella Girdley is visiting relatives near Terrell this week. L. G. and FrankBorwn of Dal- las, visited relatives here Sunday. Fred Cullum and family visit- ed relatives in Dallas Sunday and Monday. T. E. Caldwell and wife are visiting relatives in Waxahacliie this week. Mrs. R. B. Shankles and little son, are visiting relatives in Dal- las this week...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 8 July 1910

j < INDATREDGAT BY Meredith NltHOIrSON ILL LkSTRA T/O/id 3Y PAY WALTCR3 _ OQpYGKMr nor ov ooa&j -viCBfftu OA SYNOPSIS. Mlas Patricia Holbrook and Miss Helen Holbrook, her niece, were entrusted to the care of Lauranee Donovan, a writer, summering near Port Annandale. Miss Patricia confided 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 Gillespie, suitor for the hand of Helen. Donovan saw Miss Holbrook and her fa- it her meet on friendly terms. Donovan Ifought an Italian assassin. He met the Inian he supposed was Holbrook. but who said he was Hartridge, a canoe-maker. Miss Pat announced her intention of tig-hting 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 night, disguised as a nun, _Helen stole from the house. She .met Reginald Gil- lespie, who t...

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

V / 1> V X (OTEBHD, SRffLQS AN AWFUL JOLT. "I eee you have a new automobile," •aid Wlgga, enviously. "Yes," responded Biggs as be Blowed tup the machine near the sidewalk, "and It's a beauty. Everything workB like clockwork." "That's good." "The tires are puncture-proof." "Better still." "And she goes like the wind." "Gee whizz! Wish 1 owned one." "By the way, are you fond of ri- ding?" "Am I fond of riding? Well, I ebould say so." "Well, here's a street-car transfer I lJust found. 1 won't need It and you can ride home on it." Assisting Him. -Hello!" "Hello!" "Is this the complaint department of the Dally Bread?" "Yes." "What's the matter with your thun- dering old shebang, anyhow? I've been trying for Ave minutes to get you!" "I know it. I thought I'd give you something more to holler about. What's the kick this time?" Wonderful Cavern. "That cavern seems to be popular with the women visitors," remarked the stranger. "Yes," responded the guide. "It has 6uch a wonderful echo. Eve...

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

£*3i G& mmmm® MATTHEWS BIG SEMI-ANNUAL "HURRY-OUT" SALE STARTS SATURDAY, JULY 9TM mnw In announcing this, our Ninth Semi-Annual "Hurry-Out" Sale, tojcommence Saturday, July 9th, we would set forth the principle (supported by every price we quote), that an absolute sticking-to-facts in all its advertising should prove the very strongest of reasons for the buying public responding to a store's announcement of reduced prices. That we have accentuated the truism of this principal by under-stating rather than over-stating, the conses- sions in prices made on thoroughly dependable Mens Suits, Hats, and Furnishings, we leave those interested to judge by actual comparison of the goods with any shown at other stores and by their own knowledgd of values. FOR THESE REASONS THIS SHOULD BE THE BIGGEST SALE ever held in Dallas. We believe it will be. We believe that the public appreciate the fact that the holding of these semi-annual sales affords the opportunity of forcing out each season s ...

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

r 'V V O *' 7 She ®c*os ittcequiter. By John E. Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 15,1910 Vol, XXIX No. 3 OUR SIXTH SEMI-ANNUAL SEVEN DAY CLEMMIMALE STARTS SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1910, AT 8 O'CLOCK AND CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT, JULY 23, 1910 % % <% <p White Lawn Values For Seven days. 25c White Lawn 18c 15c " " 12ic 12ic " " 10c 7c " " 5c Big line of figured Lawns, special val^ ues to clean up, per yard 4c WHAT REMAINS OF THIS SEASON'S GOODS AND GARMENTS HAVE BEEN MARKED AT SEVERE REDUCTIONS For Seven Days Only Pcpperell Sheeting 104 Bleachod Sheetintr, our regular 33c value, special this sale 26c 9-1 Bleached Sheeting; our 30c value, special this sale 24c 10-4 Brown Sheeting; regular 30c value, special this sale 24c 9 4 Brown sheeting; regular 28c value, (f!"*! special this sale 22c Special values in Bleached and Brown Cotton, X, X, The Semi-Annual Clean-up-Sale is the biggest and best bargain event of the season. All lines of spring and summer merchandise to close out at...

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

Ps ■ indAtRbdGat by ME JUDITH Nicholson ILL LkSTRA T/O/icS BY RAY WALTERS COPVR'CHr '90/ 0V 0OOBSCA 8YNOPSIS. Miss Patricia Holbrook and Miss Helen Holbrook, her niece, were entrusted to the care of Lauranee Donovan, a writer, pummerlng near Port Annandale. Miss Patricia confided to Donovan that she reured her brother Henry, who, ruined by a bank failure, had constantly threatened her. Donovan discovered and captured an Intruder, who proved to be Reginald Qlllesple, suitor for the hand of Helen. Donovan saw Miss Holbrook and lier fa- ther moot on friendly terms. Donovan fought an Italian assassin. He met the man he supposed was Holbrook, but who nald lie was Hartrldge. a canoe-maker. Mis Pat announced her intention of lighting 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 night, disguised as a nun, Helen stole from the house. She met Reginald Gil- lespie, who told her his love. Gilles...

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

'J Summer Finery A i THE happy possessor of a touring car, or the happier occupant of one, who regularly takes the air In someone's else touring car, presents herself these days In a bonnet and a protecting coat which fastens into a "coat-dress." This garment is of pon- gee or linen, very practical, dainty and r protection against the dust from collar to hem. It is shaped in such n variety of ways that one may choose from among the pattern books the most becoming style. The simplest lines remain the best and the coat- dress should be plain. Brllliantine, of the washable variety, Is another choice In fabrics, where the wearer has reason to wish to get something other than pongee or linen. The bonnet ia made of Madagascar cloth on a supporting veil frame and does not crush the hair. The crown Is made of an oblong piece folded in and the bonnet is finished about the face with shirred taffeta silk. Ties of the taffeta, made from piece-silk, are fringed out at the ends and hemmed at the ...

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

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- q:iite, Texas, as second class matter. . , f. AS COU^: ASSOCW* Friday, July 15, 1910. Political Announcements. The following announcements are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election, July 23,1910: For Congress, Fifth Districti DWIGHT L. LEWFLLING. 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. H. H. WILLIAMS. For County Clerk: JIM RECORD. MATT L. COBB...

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

/ GOOD STUFF We are in a position to offer you the best line of sun- dries to be found in the country, and at prices that will save you money; and also have a good line of staple drugs and patent medicines at your command and will appreciate your trade no matter how small. We are also in a position to meet this hot weather with cold drinks and cau serve you from the fountain or with bottled goods that touch the right spot. Ask those who have tried us, or better, try us yourself. V Ihi Mesquite Pharmacy ' 111' * ' J, B. Bryant, Proprietor, J o \. #— , - , Local and Personal, ■*- i. i / R. G. Chapman of Dallas, was here Saturday. T. H. Bennett is in Denton, overhauling a mill. Read Ben P. Cullom's letter to the voters in this issue. J. E. Russell and family of Dallas, were visitors here Sun- day. Mrs. P. D. Baumgardner of Dallas, is visiting relatives here this week. C. A. Rody and wife of Seago- ville, were guests of M. P. Haw- thorne, Sunday. Mrs. C. L. Crumpley and child- ren are v...

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

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN t. DAVIS. Editor and Proprietor MES QUITE, - TEXAS Actually, that Nicaragua affair 1b on ret Stick to a thing, but don't bore your (friends telling them about it Do It Edison says that one could live en- tirely on canned goods. But would tone? When a person Is knov. i as a "good fellow," It often makes him known as a fool. PROFIT IN CAPONS GR0W,NG PEANUTS IN SOUTH Little Trouble to Average Farmer to Raise 100 to 200. Fowls Always Retain That Sweetness and Juiciness of Flesh That Is Char- acteristic of Spring Chicken- Reason They Bring Price. European count leaves an estate of *$18,000,000. Our girls never seem to 'land that kind. But a church press agent, you may (recall, couldn't conscientiously be a •church member. Why Is It that men always look worBe than the fashion pictures and ■women better? Every amateur astronomer can have tils own theory as to what happened to the comet's tail. "My money is like a boil on my neck," says a Chicago philanthropist. Ano...

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

V/ / f V I lf! t\ I L Jh m i J; | . ♦ ) I / The Drink of Quality The Texatone Boy at ixjuntains and in bottlbs. OTIXATONBcompany dallas. THXAg Your Liver is Clogged up That'# Why You're Tired—On! ml Sort*—Have No Appetite.^ CARTER'S LITTLE^ LIVER PILLS will put you right in a lew day«. They do their doty. Cure CoastijM. tioa, Bit- Ihucii, litdigutiea. u4 Side KudtdH. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSS. SMALL PBiCl GENUINE must bear signature 1 Carters Avoid headache, impurities of the Blood, constipation by taking a cup of GRAND MA'S TEA. Best laxative for children. Pleasant to take, swoeten and tako as an ordinary tea. Package 25 cents. DAISY FLY KILLER tracts A kills all fll®« Neat,clean, omnium- tal,convenient,chcap. Last* All Season. Mane of metal,csnnot il aplll or tin over, wlli >] not soil or Injure any- thing. Guaranteed af- ffotlre. Ofall dealers or acut prepaid forTOo. IIAKOI.O ROMIRS 160 DaKalb Ave. BrouLljn, &ew Vorfc Foxy Hiram. "Well, now, If that ain't surprising!" •ejacul...

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

W. E. Cowan, for Judge of the County Coort At Law Mr. Cowan was raised in Dal- las county, on a farm near Gar- land and is fitted for the position he seeks by character, disposi- tion, education and experience. He stands for as rapid dispatch of business as may be consistent with safety and justice to par- ties litigant, believes in absolute impartiality, and he is unquali- fiedly opposed to continuances except where it is absolutely necessary. He believes that one of the growing evils of our prac- tice is the tardiness of justice by reason of continuances for tri- lling causes; that this is the rea- son why the docket is always crowded—often to such an ex- tent as that many cases have to be dismissed for want of time in which co dispose of them. He promises that, if elected, he will endeavor to correct this evil, and to so manage the business of his office as to prompl.y hear and dis- pose of all matters coming be- fore this court, as that no cases may be stricken from the docket o...

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

V V \ i \ \ o / J ®lic 3 e it no Jttcsquitcr. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 22,1910 Vol.XXJX No. 4 M BIG SEMI-ANNUAL CLEAN UP SALE CONTINUED TO JOLY 23 Ladies' and Misses' Skirts We have a beautiful line of skirts and of the same weave and material that our fall numbers will be, but we class them summer goods and include them in our clean up sale. $0.00 Skirts, Clean 7.50 (3.50 5.50 5.00 4.50 3.50 2.25 up sale (( ,$7.00 . 6.00 , 5.00 4.15 , 3.90 . 3.50 . 2.95 . 1.75 Ladies Waists $1.00 .75 .50 values, clean (i At Clean-Up Prices sale up tt 79c 50c 35c Ladies' Oxfords and Pumps Society Star, patent 2 strap pump, regular $3.50 values, clean up sole $2.99 Society gray cravanett pumps, $3.00 values, clean up.... 2.25 Ladies' patent cross strap pumps, special 3.00 Ladies one strap patent leather pumps, special 2.50 All Men's Oxfords Reduced All Misses' and Children's Pumps and Oxfords Reduced Men's Summer Suits Clean Up Bargain Sale's Last Call We have a good line as we...

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

W- THE TEXAS MESQUlTEk JOHN t. DAVIS, Editor and Proprleior MESQU1TE, TEXAS Behold the ice man In all bis glory. How many flies have you killed? That Louisiana cair with two headi and two tails came near being twins. It may be bromldic to talk about (he weather, but how can you help itT Along with other cooling drinks, take this bromide: "Is it hot enough for you?" Never mind, there will soon be flies enough to give every man a chance to do his duty. What makes the kaiser's 60 castles ■o expensive Is that none or them is • castle in the air. Now that an ion of electricity has been found, the mystery of the fore# is simply increased. The fibbing as to age, girls, can go on, for the census man and his rec- ords have disappeared. II there is one thing upon which thrifty men agree it Is that they pre- fer a street car to a taxi. The middleman is not needed, but the world will continue to need the farmer and the consumer. One can hardly btame the aviators for wanting to use their wings i...

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

■/ ' \ ■ } r M \ W it \ / or Abb (SvOODS WO of the greatest Industries in the world are railway building and the preparation of hides and skins into leather. For the former the sleep- ers on which the rails are laid are essential and costly factors; tor the latter nothing can take the place of some vegetable extract which is the tanning substance of the trade. Sleepers can be made of glass and metal, but theso do not give the satisfaction of those made of wood. The oak and the hemlock have for ages supplied tannin by which leather is cured; in fact, the very word tann implies by its derivation its relation to the oak, by which came the tree was called in old Breton language. Railway sleepers have been made from the oak, but the expense grows higher year by year. No wonder, therefore, that the earth is scoured for trees to fur- nish either the one or the other or both of the sub- stances, and no wonder also that manufacturers and builders hailed with delight the announcement a few ye...

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

THF TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mbsquitk, Texas. Entered la the postoffico at Mes- qnite, Texas, as second class matter. COU/yT-p ASSOC\& Friday, July 22,1910. Political Announcements. The following announcements are made subject to the Democratic pri- mary election, July 23,1910: For Congress, Filth District* DWIGHT L. LEWFLLING. For State Senator: E. G. SENTER. Far the Legislature, Place No. 1: E. H. MATHEWSON. H. REID WILLIAMS. Far the Legislature. Place No 2s EW1NG HUFFHINES 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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