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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 February 1909

..j. v| ■ vj - vfl ■ vf ' - v« • V V' ■W y i Now Ready For Business % * H * * 3/ * /* V * n- * * 91 H H * H H H * $1 I In the front end of the brick occupied by the Mes- qditeu on S. W. corner public square and will make a specialty of CLEANING AND PRESSING We make your old clothes look like new. Our 'work- man has had long experience in this line; this, combined with a desire to please, enables us to promise you work second to none. Alterations and repairing will receive special attention. FINE TAILORING There is nothing like a Tailor Made (Made-toOrder) Suit to dress a man up. We will show some of the most handsome and representative lines to be had and will take pleasure in tilling your order for a suit guaranteed to fit. We are agents for the PARIS STEAM LAUNDRY One of the best in the State. Basket leaves Monday night and returns Thursday afternoon. Notify us and we will call for and deliver your laundry to any part of town. Paschall Click MESQUITE, ✓ ^ TEXAS Yf " Local and Pers...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 February 1909

r ! i 1 I '• 1:« 1: V SERIAL IjlSTORY Mr. Barnes, American By Archibald Clavering Gunter A Sequel to Mr. Barnes of New York Author of "Mr. Barnes of New York," "Mr. Potter of Texas," "That Frenchman," Etc. Oop/rlght, WW- Dodd Mosul X Co.. N. V. SYNOPSIS. Burton H. Barnes, a wealthy American touring Corsica, rescues tlie young Eng- lish lieutenant, Edward Oerard Anstruth- er, and liia Corslcan bride, Marina, daughter of the Fnolia, from the mur- derous vendetta, understanding that his Reward Is to he the hand of the Kir! he loves, Enid Anstruther, sister of the Eng- lieutenant. The four lty from Ajac- cio to Marseilles on hoard the French steamer Constantlne. The vendetta pur- sues and as the quartet are about to board the train for Ixindon at Marseilles. H>na '8 handed a mysterious note which cavisos her to collapse and necessi- * postponement of the Journey. Barnes and Knld are married. Soon after their wedding Barnes' bride dis- appears. Barnes discovers she has been kidnaped a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 February 1909

/ / . *9 ■ 8 300 PERSONS PERISH BIG THEATER BURNS TERRIBLE HOLOCOST OCCURS IN ACAPULCO—PERSONS ARE ROASTED ALIVE. AMERICANS REPORTED DEAD Fire Occurs Sunday Night but Telo< graphic Communications Were Cut Off by Flames. Mexico (Jlty, Feb. 16.—Between 250 and 300 people were burned to death and many injured in a fire which des- troyed the Flores theater in the city of Acapulco Sunday night. The news of the disaster reached this capital this evening, telegraphic communica- tion with Acapulco having been des- troyed Sunday night and Monday, ow- ing to the fact that the telegraph of- fice adjoining the theater was de- stroyed and all wires were put out ol commission. The Flores theater was a wooden structure and last night over one thou- sand people crowded into it to wit- ness a special performance given in honor of Gov. Damian Flores of the State of Guerrero, who was visiting the port at the time. One of the num- bers of the program consisted of a Beries of moving pictures. While t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 February 1909

I I! Ill I I ; Mesquite-Dallas Auto Line J. W. Bovell, in charge Cars Leaves Mesquite at 8 a. m. and 1 p. m. Leave Dallas 10 a. m. and 5 p. m. Regular fare 40c each way. Night and Sunday rates, $1.00 round trip. Special trips made any time—day or night. Seats for any trip, r information of any kind can be obtained at the printing office, phone *25, ring 2. Additional Local. Washington Once Gave Up. Mrs. Cecil Rngsdale of Dallas, visited friends here this week. Full line of J. I. Case imple- ments, Frank Ellis, New Hope, Texas. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syr- up not only allays inflammation and irritation of throat and lungs, but it drives out the cold from the system by a free yet gentle action of the bowels. Sold by Cullom&Chapman. to three doctors; was kept in bed for five weeks. Blood poison from a spider's bite caused large, deep sores to cover his leg. The doctors failed, then "Bucklin's Arnica Salve completely cured me," writes John Washington, of Bosqueville, Tex. For eczem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 February 1909

AUSTIN Hon Thos U Love TEXAS Capito' •J/ ®lic vEcxoo ittcsquitcr. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26,1909 Vol. XXVII No. 35 AND INSERTIONS In this line we are exceptionally strong as we call on the largest importers of this goods in the east and get the right price, which en- ables us to give you the advantage of our knowing where to buy. WHITE WAISTINGS We have just received from Chicago one of the newest and most up-to-date line of waist ings ever shown in Mesquite. Also a new line of Net and Allovers at prices within the reach of all. WHITE GOODS White Lawn, extra values, 32-inches wide, at per yard 10c 12ic and 15c White Linen finished lawn 42 inches wide, at per yard 15c White Jacquard waistings, at per yard. ..25c White Dress Linen, warranteed all linen, 80 inches wide, at per yard 20c White Dress Linen, warranteed all linen, 36 inches wide, per yard 35c and 5Cc Handkerchiefs Linen, sheer quality, 36 inches wide, special value per yard 50c 75c and $1.00 She...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 February 1909

THE TEXAS MB8QU1TBR JOHN E. DAVI8, Editor and Propw STORM KILLS THIRTEEN MESQUITE, TEXAS The flour mills of the UnlUid State# represent fixed investments of about $200,000,000. FOUR COUNTIES IN EASTERN AR- KANSAS ARE SWEPT BY TORNADO. An alligator dinner may be well enough provided the alligator is not doing the dining. What has become of the man who used to be a skeptic about the value of wireless telegraphy? The value of horses in the United States is estimated at two billions. The auto is not king yet. Kansas City man undertakes to prove that whisky is not a cure for snake bite. Mean disposition, that man has! Oklahoma woman has 301 ways of cooking corn. And yet she may not know of one good way to cook par- snips. In awarding praise for the recent ocean life-saving performance, don't forget the man who invented the wa- ter-tight compartment. In view of Marconi's service to the race, this would not be an opportune time to indulge invidious reference to the people we get from Italy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 February 1909

PRESIDENT VIEWS NAVY / / 4s BATTLESHIP FLEET GIVEN OVA- TION AFTER TRIP AROUND THE WORLD. DEED FORT TO STATE. ROOSEVELT ADDRESSES MEN Co operation Alone Has Great Trip a Success. Made the Portress Monroe, Va., Feb. 23.— "Not till some American fleet returns victorious from a great sea battle will there be another such home coming, another such sight as this. I drink to the American navy." This was the toast of President Roosevelt Monday as he stood radiantly on the cabin of the little cruiser-yacht Mayflower at the conclusion of the review and the ceremonies attending the welcoming home of the American battleship fleet. He was surrounded by the admirals and captains of the world-encircling vessels, brilliantly attired in all the gold lace and paraphernalia of dress uniform, and every flag was raised in response to the president's suggestion. "We stay at home and also drink to the men who have made us prouder than ever of our country," added the president, and again the toast was ple...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 February 1909

I 1 THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. pjbllshei) eveky friday at Mesquitk, 1— Texas. Entered In the postottlce at Mes- quite, Texas, as second class matter. Cw*J Friday, February 26, 1909. Leading and respectable busi- ness men or hoodlums? Which or both? Will the Dallas Times Herald please straighten out the record? With the passing of Roosevelt on the 4th of next month, let us hope that we will hear less talk of and see more practice of the square deal policy. Gov. Patterson of Tennessee appears to have his veto machine ■working in good order, but it doesn't cut any ice with the leg- islature of that state. "but in" on this except for the fact that the Echo article might create a wrong impression. It admits that Richardson does not receive as much cotton as Gar- land and might lead one to infer that Richardson does receive as much as Mesquite—an impres- sion that we are sure Editor liar ben would not intentionally create. This comment is not int...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 February 1909

Local and Personal - I ==# When you need wall paper, see L. C. Stewart. D. H. Moon of near Lawson, was here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Baker visited in Dallas Sunday. Capt. H. O. Samuell of New Hope, was here Saturday. Void Bennett of Dallas, spent Sun/day with homefolk here. For Sale—2 pairs mules. H. O. Samuel, New Hope. / Good prairie hay for sale, Mrs. Mollie Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cullum vis- ited relatives in Dallas Monday. GC. C. and "Sweet" Wynn of New Hope, were here Saturday. Judge II. P. Lively of Dallas, was here on legal business Satur- day. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Haney on the 21st. Full line of J. I. Case imple- ments, Frank Ellis, New Hope, Texas. Don't forget that L. C. Stew- art has a good assortment of wall paper. Mrs. J. C. Butts of Itasca, is visiting her parents,Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kimbell. Mrs. J. M. Spillmanof Forney, visited her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Girdley, Friday. Miss Alleene Roberts and Coin Hargroves of Terrell, were visi- tors here...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 February 1909

NEW STRENGTH FOR WOMEN'S BACKS. How to Make a Bad Back Better. Women who suffer with backache, bearing down pain, dizzy spells, and (hat constant feeling of dullness and tired- ness. will find hope In the advice of Mrs. Mary Hl'nson of 21 Strother St., Mt. Sterling. Ky. "Had 1 not used Doan's Kidney IMlls 1 be- Here I would not be living to-day," •ays Mrs. Hinson. "My eyesight was poor, I suffered with nervous, splitting headaches, spots would dance before my eyes, and at times I would be so dizzy I would have to grasp some- thing for support. My back was so weak and painful I could hardly bend over to button my shoes and could not get around without suffering severely. Doan's Kidney Pills helped me from the first, and I continued until practi- cally well again." Sold by all dealers. GO cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. THE BUGVILLE BASEBALL GAME. Jim Ant—Hun. fellows run! Bill Beetle—What's up? Jim Ant—Why, here conies the fly cop! "We Have Many Similar" The following...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 February 1909

THESTATE LEGISLATURE r / V EVIDENT THAT HOUSE CAN NOT REACH GENERAL APPROPRIA- TION BILL BEFORE TIME SET FOR ADJOURNMENT. REGULATE USE OF TEXTBOOKS Governor Signs Drainage Bill —New Bills Introduced In Both Branches. Austin: The house committee on constitutional amendments Tuesday reported favorably on the joint reso- lution by Ellliott, Wortham and oth- ers, exempting cotton factories from taxation for ten years; also reported favorably Harmon's resolution to re- quire ability to read and write Eng- lish as a requisite for voting. The committee reported adversely a reso- lution whereby voters of any justice precinct might prevent the sale of in- toxicating liquors; also the resolution exempting from taxation for ten years all railroads and interurbans con- structed within five years. The house now has also abandoned the idea of adjourning on March 13, al- though a sine die resolution has been adopted by that body providing for ad- journment at that date. It is uow ap- parent that t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 February 1909

*••• " "MM*" ■ • ,vMT ■H#^} "r 'kiMtiikM mm l;ap !< *. " " -Dallas Auto Line PASSAN6ER AND EXPRESS SERVICE, J. W. BOVELL, IN CHARGE Schedule—Effective Saturday, Feb. 27. Leave Mesquite 7 a. m., 10 u. in. and 1:30 p. m. Leave Dallas (Freidlander's store—220 Elm st.) 8:15 a. in., 11:30 a. in. and 5:00 p. m. Regular fare 40c each way. Night and Sunday rates, $1.00 round trip. Special trips made any time—day or night. Passengers will be picket! up anywhere on the road and charged according to distance. Seats for any trip, or information of any kind can he obtained at the printing office, phone 25, ring 2. Sheriff Led better was notified soon after the burglary was dis- covered and he sent two of his deputies and the bloodhounds. Once or twice the dogs apparent- ly struck a trail, but they did not hold any of them and so far there is no clue as to the identity of the robbers. When you need see L. C. Stewart. wall paper, Additional Local. DeWitt's C'arbolized Witch Ha- zel Salve. The o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 March 1909

State Librarian Cap! to' K K V ®lje ittesquita:. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 5,1909 Vol. XXVII No. 36 Ladies' New Skirts All the newest colors and styles. Prices $3.50 to $7.50 New Waistings With pardonable pride we call your attention to our very swell showing of white waistings. Dainty and elaborate patterns are here for your approval. Prices per yard 12ic to..35c New Millinery Our spring stock of millinery, including all the newest and best in this line will arrive this week and we cordially invite your critical inspection of same. Our milliner is prepared to take your orders and to supply all your wants in this line. Come and see us. New Embroideries We are now showing a splendid assortment of the prettiest patterns and latest rfiaterials in new embroidery and at prices that cannot but appeal to your sense of economy. Just Arrived A new spring shipment of CADET HOSE A scientific stocking for Men, Women, Boys and Girls. CADET stockings are reinforced with lin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 March 1909

THE TEXAS ME9QUITEH JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Pro* MESQUITE, - - • TEXAS WlrelPBB telegraphy has been win- ning victories that have made It fa- mous the world over. I Daily health hint: Do not attempt to diBpute the right of way with a deter- mined woman armed with a hat pin. "Alligator" 1h merely another form of the Spanish "el lagarto," the lizard. Shakespeare classed tho alligator as a flab. EVENTS BOILED DOWN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAP- PENINGS SERVED UP IN ATTRACTIVE STYLE. NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY Everything Important That Could B# Confined to a Small Space Is Here Found. fThe wireless heroes are having poetry in bulk written about them. But that is among the penalties of all greatness. The spelling reformers have put out another list of mangled words. Where is tho Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to the English Language? The management of the steam roads entering Paris is considering a prop- osition to electrify all lines for some considerable distance into the suburbs. Durin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 March 1909

PRESIDENT TAR'S / I A INAUGURAL DELIVERED BY NATION'S NEW CHIEF EXECUTIVE. EXTRA SESSION IS PROMISED Congress Will Meet March 15 to Take Up Tariff Revision—Adequate Army and Navy Urged—Panama Canal Heartily Approved—Southern Race Problem and Labor Legislation Discussed. Washington, Mar. 4. — President faft, having been sworn in as chief executive of the nation, delivered an inaugural address that was listened to with great interest. In part it was as follows: My Fellow Citizens: Any one who takes the oath I have just taken must feel a heavy weight of responsibility. If not, he has no conception of the powers and duties of the office upon which he is about to enter, or he is lacking in a proper sense of the obli- gation which the oath imposes. The office of an inaugural address ig to give a summary outline of the main policies of the new administra- tion, so far as they can be anticipated. L have had the honor to be one of the advisers of my distinguished prede- cessor, and as such, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 March 1909

y, >„! THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. published evkry friday AT Mesquitk, - - Texas. Entered In the postotflce at Mes quite, Texas, as second class matter ASSOC!ft Friday, March 2, 1909. And it's President Taft. Exit Teddy and the Big Stick and enter Taft. A welcomed change. Gov. Campbell appears to be unusually quiet. Gov. Campbell is quietly drifting toward politi- cal oblivion. Dallas has two Democratic executive cftmmittees. The in- terests of the party ought to be well cared for. When a man starts a peanut factory he ought to make up his mind to stay out of politics, lest he be called a peanut politician. An exchange asks the ques- tion, "Are you keeping Lent? Some people who are not are keeping what somebody else ent. E H. R. Green likes to set the pace, it appears. He brought the first automobile to Texas and now has a flying machine ordered. Once more Congress has put the ship subsidy steal to sleep. They do things right in Congress ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 March 1909

A Mesquite-Dallas Auto Line PASSENGER AND EXPRESS SERVICE, J. W. BOVELL, IN CH..R6E Schedule—Effective Saturday, Feb. 27. Leave Mesquite 7 a. m., 10 a. m, and 1:30 p. rn. Leave Dallas (Freidlander's store—228 Elm st.) 8:00 a. id., 11:30 a. m. and 5:00 p. ir . Regular fare 40c each way. Night and Sunday rates, $1.00 round trip. Special trips made any time—day or night. Passengers will be picked up anywhere on the road and charged according to distance. Seats for any trip, or information of any kind can be obtained at the printing office, phone 25, ring 2. * f ' #- % f || Local and Personal. '%== T. B. Blair of Elam, was here Wednesday. J. B. Sewell of Rylie, was in town Tuesday. C. C. Wynn of New Hope, was here Wednesday. When you need wall paper, see L. C. Stewart. J. E. Nolen and family visited in Dallas Sunday. R. F. Chapman of New Hope, was here Monday. D. H. Moon of near Lawson, was here Tuesday. Wanted to buy a Jersey cow. Apply at this office. J. H. Cole of near Lawson, was in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 March 1909

THE STATE OF TEXAS. Ktate of Texas. County of Dallas. in the name of the State of Texas And count/ of Dallas, to the sheriff or any constable of Dallas county, Texas, greeting; You are hereby commanded to make publication of this citation and notice 4 y publishing the same in some news- paper published in said county one ■time a week for eight consecutive ■weeks previous to the first Monday in 'April, A. D. 1909, the same being the Gth day of April. A. D. 1909, the re- turn day hereof, to-wit: In the name of the State of Texas and county of Dallas directed to Cockrell's Falrland Addition Company, a private corpora- tion organized and existing under the laws of the State of Texas and at one time maintaining its principal office in the city of Dallas, Dallas county, Texas, but which plaintiff's attorney makes oath that he believes and is In- formed has long since ceased to main- tain its principal ofllee or any office of any kind at Dallas, Dallas county, Texas, or elsewhere in Texas,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 March 1909

"" ^ T" \ ItJS? ?>$* M '■M^§M$mmW. 4* ■ 1 "THE MARRYING SQUIRE." Juatlce George E. Law Has Broken All Records. George E. Law, Justice of the Peace, S3 ys Franklin St., Brazil, Ind., Is known far and wide as the "Marrying Squire," from the fact that he has mar- ried more couples than any other ofll- ctalluIndiana. Judgo Law wrote a letter in 190G, recommend- ing Doan's Kidney Pills, which he said had made a bad back well, enabled him to sleep bet- ter nights and feel more fit for work. The treatment also cleared up the urine. On January 5, 1909, Judge Law confirmed his previous testimony. "I have recommended this remedy to many people since I first used it," said he. Sold by all dealers. HO cents a box Poster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. CLASS THAT HUBBY WAS IN. AVERSE TO CHANGE LIVE AND LEARN. 4RABS CLING CLOSELY TO CUS- TOMS OF THE PAST. Norman Duncan Deecribes Interview with Leader Which Well Reveals Attitude of the Peop'e of the Desert. Possibly Wife Did Not Mean It Just That W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 March 1909

I I y V t1 :>:r m £ ill ■k£)|P G5SN**ln ■m#mm Legistative Doings. By C. E. Rugkl. Never Mind the Diamonds. «I OR the Spring and Summer season, the International offer the greatest display of all wool Fabrics ever seen in this town. Seeing is believing, and you must see for yourself before you ever think of going elsewhere for made-to-measure Clothes. Every inch of fabric is pure wool, and every fabric is a beauty in color and design, m&de up in the latest Metropolitan Styles at popular prices only. Ask for the International Genuine All Wool Line. Agency Wm. F. Harris Barber Shop. Additional Local. J. P. Paschall of Royse, was here Wednesday. W. D. Hume, a prominent, cap- italist of Dallas, was here on bus- iness a day or two this week. The weather has been pretty this week and we judge the farm- ers are busy planting corn as lew nf them have been in town this week. New Telephone Directories. The Mesquite Telephone Com- pany has just issued a new tele- phone directory. The pri...

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