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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 August 1910

rz ■ i C00L ©FF At our soda fountain with a delicious cold drink. And don't forget to come to us for anything you may need in drugs or medicines, toilet preparations, soaps, perfumes, combs, jewelry, spectacles and cu gars, etc. Bring Usi Your Prescriptions The Mesquite Pharmacy ]. B. Bryant, Proprietor. if - ~ — % Local and Personal. Needed—A good rain. T. H. Stark of Lawson, was here Tuesday. Mrs. L. C. Woodward of Rylie, was here Tuesday. Born-—'To T. C. Anderson and wife, on July 29, a boy. A son was born to Geo. H. Bean and wife on J uly 29. R. W. Cole of Lawson, was here on business Wednesday." Mrs. Wm. Knapp left Wednes- day for a visit to relatives at Burney. J. M. Summers and family of Dallas, spent Sunday with rela tives near Mesquite. Mrs. W. W. Bennett was the guest of friends in Terrell from Friday until Sunday. Charley Tosch of Dallas, spent Saturday night and Sunday with homefolk in Mesquite. A. H. Cooper has been re-em- ployed as manager of the Henry Spence Gin at th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 August 1910

URINO the first week in February, 1910, the Cuban National Horticultu- ral society, an organization the mem- bership of which Is almost exclusive- ly American and Canadian, held its fourth annual meeting in Havana. In connection, a horticultural show was open; among the exhibits were cit- rus fruits from every section of the Island. The fruits were large, Juicy, clean, thin-skinned, heavy, beautifully colored and delicious in flavor. Flor- ida had sent across grape fruit and oranges from famous orohards of the peninsular state, to facilitate invidious compari- son, and the comparison, when made, showed that Cuba can produce citrus fruit of first-class qual- ity, and, moreover, that she is doing so. Citrus-fruit culture is the principal Interest of American and Canadian settlers throughout Cuba. Cubans and Spaniards are growers of no citrus fruits save pineapples—the grape fruit and orange groves belong to the English-speaking colonists. Orange and grape fruit culture is the business...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 5 August 1910

y For Hot Days ANNUAL LOSS IS ENORMOUS *3 Two Hundred Million. Dollar* ■ Year Might Be Added to Wealth of Country. Computing that there are In the United States at least 300,000 indigent consumptives who should be oared for In charitable or semi-charitable sana- toria and hospitals, the National As- sociation for the Study and Preven- tion of Tuberculosis estimates that the annual cost to the country for the treatment of these persons would be $50,000,000 at the rate of $1,669 per day per patient. At the lowest pos- sible estimate the country loses $200.- 000,°00 a year from the incapacity of these indigent victims of tuberculo- sis. This would mean a net saving of $150,000,000 a year to the United States if all victims of consumption who are too poor to afford proper treatment in expensive sanatoria were cared for at the expense of the munic- ipality, county or state. And this an- nual gain does not Include the enor- mous saving that would accrue from the lessened infection due to ...

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

j THE GREAT FINAL CLEAN,UP SALE rr( r || O f Begins Friday morning, August 5th and continues ten days. Bain King 01 cUl OclICS or shine, this great event comes off. $50,000 worth of seasonable merchandise to be sold at and less than cost. Come with the crowds and partake of the greatest « Bargains ever offered in Dallas. THESE AND HUNDREDS OF LIKE BARGAINS AWAIT YOU. Bleached Domestic. Between the hours of 8 to 11 a. m., each day, of the Sale QQr we will sell 10 yards for only 0\7C Between the hours of 2 to 4 p. m. every day oa the Sale, we will sell Bookfold a(\ Percale, worth 8ic and 10c, 10 yards for 4v/C Boys' blouse waists, laundried collars OCp and cuffs, 50c ones at only fcUC Ladies' Taffetta petticoats, all colors dj-j qo as long as they last, only each Clean Up Sale Specials Window shades, 6 feet long, for only 19c White figured quilts, 1.50, qualities, for only., . 98c Big Ten Days' Bar- gain Carnival. 50 rolls China matting, sale price, per -i /\ yard, only lUC Boys' bloo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 August 1910

®he ®exas Jtlesqniter. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 12,1910 Vol. XXIX No.T ICE MELTS AWrar HENRY MYERS IS SERIOUSLY INJURED Prominent Rost Hill Citizen In Critical Condition. £>ONT YOIS/r-MJjEJJL SCAST A LITTLE l/JV£7A<SYa//£h NO BANK ACCOUNT? The banking business is the safest business in the world, because the banker TAKES NO RISK, Therefore, if you do not wish to actively engage in some business yourself, the bank is, beyond all question, the SAFEST PLACE FOR YOUR MONEY. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. Deposits Guaranteed. The First National Bank Of Mesquite What Ails The Democratic Party? By Joe Sappington. What ails the democratic rocks at'em from dark alleys or party? Well really no one seems! stuff a ballot box. We merely to know or if they do they are ; mention these things to show our afraid to say. In giving our op- good standing with the derno- inion as to what ails it let it be understood right at the outset that we are a democrat of the most aggravat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 August 1910

7 nHffiKraNrfcjir*v/ ' '"J' • ' ',;. .. *V, V' : 1 KEEPING BACON IN SUMMER. THE TEXAS MESQUlTEk * JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQUITE, - - - TEXAS Why worry when the swimming Is COodT Flying Is sadly In need of a safety Attachment Don't mahe a man hot by telling trim to keep cool. Among the few things that are bet- ter broken may be mentioned heat waves. A German scientist has found 61,- 400,000 germs In a raisin. Boll your raisins. Man has constructed the flying ma- chine, but he has not succeeded in taming It Llfe-lnBurance men who refused to lake chances on the lives of aviators made a good guess. Instead of trying our popular songs tin the dog we should first have them ■ung to the cow and note results. The emperor of China Is to wear a military coat of European cut and tuck his shirt into his trousers. China la up and coming That boy aviator who cuts circles In the sky will not have to wait more than a week or two before finding blmself the hero of a 5-cent thriller. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 August 1910

V A PETER SILENT Seryian Ruler the Loneliest Po- tentate on European Throne. Lives Moodily and Modestly, Is Callous to Criticism and Is Figurehead In Council—Crime Shad- ows His Reign. POLICEWOMAN IS A SPHINX Miss Adams, Secretary to Chicago'* Chief, Will Not Talk of Office While He Is Away. Chicago.—Miss Kate Adams, secre- tary to Le Hoy T. Steward, chief of police, became actual head of the de- partment the other day when the chief set forth on a week's vacation trip, and for the first time In history 3,000 bluecoats fell under the rule of a Belgrade.—They call him "the silent king" in Belgrade and "the king who doesn't care." He Is the loneliest monarch In Europe, this King Peter of Servia—this man without friends or amusements, whom other monarchs will not know and whose personality and very thoughts are impenetrable. Peter Karageorgevitch is an unhap- py man because his occupation Is gone. All his life he has plotted and Intrigued to gain the Servian throne. The years he spent ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 August 1910

V'.' Kfej liWiiHffmiaWtfaf -i - T|F TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. — J oiin E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Texas. Mesquitk, Entered in the postofflce at Mes- jjnite, Texas, as second class matter. in ft AS ^^associ^ Friday, August 12, 1910. Democratic Nominees. For the Legislature, Place No. 1: h. UE1D williams. , or the Legislature, Place No. 3: john E. DAVIS. Ft r Judge 68th District Court: IiOSS M. SCOTT. For Judge Criminal District Court: R. B. SEAY. For Judge, County Court at-Law: W. F. WHITEHURST. For County Attorney: R. M. CLARK. For District Clerk: H. H. WILLIAMS. For County Clerk: JIM RECORD. vFor Tax Assessor: JAS. E. BOLTON. )For Tax Collector: R. L. ELLIS. -For Sheriff: BEN F. BRANDENBURG. For County Treasurer: H. L. ERWIN. For County Superintendent: MILLARD F. HORTON. apor Commissioner, District No. 2: J. MATT HAMILTON. For Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4: F. M. WILLIAMS. >For Constable, Precinct No. 4: E. N. TERRY. 3Fw Public Weigher, Preci...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 August 1910

if MflMtirttaPMMMMMNtiMMMMMMi The Needs Of AH IM Summer Goods Must Go in Drugs and Toilet Articles are here in great vari- ety and high quality. We have a full line of Fancy Soaps, Shaving Soaps, Powders, Brushes, Spongs, Etc. and all the little needs of the dressing table for men or women. Our Drugs are guaranteed pure and fresh, and we make a specialty of quick and careful preparing of prescriptions. ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■MBBHBCSRSSCISVfnnniU The Mesquite Pharmacy J, B. Bryant, Proprietor. # " | Local and Personal. j AL # Bert Smith of Dallas, was here Tuesday. Claude Baumgardner visited in Terrell Sunday. Mrs. Chas. E. Gross of Dallas, was here Tuesday. Prof. B. P. Tisinger of Rose Hill, was here Monday. J. E. Ireson of Richardson, was a visitor here Sunday. A daughter was born to Henry Dunn and wife on Aug. 5. W. R. Duckworth of New Hope, was in Mesquite Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Tosch made a trip to Galveston this week. Miss Florence Cullom is the /£uest of relatives and friends i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 August 1910

C3P$$ if ■ •■'. A BLUFFER ALWAYS. Gco*6a B**ee.' Ella—A man Is as old as he feels. Stella—How about woman? Ella—She is as young as she can bluff people into thinking she is. It Wouldn't Stretch. The assessor was doing the very best he could, but the farmer was shrewd and wary. "How many acres of farming land have you?" he inquired warily. "'Bout 20. I guess," said Reuben. "Twenty! Why, it looks to me ilka nearer 120. Come, now, can't you in- crease that a little? There are surely more than 20 acres In that tract Sup- pose you stretch that a little." "Say, feller," said the farmer, "this ain't no rubber plautation."—Harper'a Monthly. Playing the Market. "Curbrolce never pays for his meat until a month afterward." "So I hear. Prices in the meantime go up, and he feels as though he'd made something."—Puck. She Knew the Worst. Mistress (hiring servant)—I hope you know your place? Servant—Oh. yes, mum! The last three girls you had told me all about It. Cattlf drink pure water at less cos...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 August 1910

GHt m yf • / At the Parting of the Ways By Francis A. Corey Copyright, 1910, by Associated Literary Preei Lying back in her big easy chair with the red firelight playing over her Jewels and laces, Mrs. Taylor Pey- ton was a picture of luxurious ease. Young, beautiful, fabulously rich, the prizes of life had been showered lav- isly upon her, Lois Barton could not understand why her proud face wore that look of weary discontent. This si* weeks' visit with her city cousin had given to Lois, herself, her one taste of real luxury. It was all very wonderful. She felt, sometimes, like a person transported to a land of enchantment. She had enjoyed every moment. But her visit was drawing to a close. Soon, she must return to the drudgery of the school room. A flush sprang to cer cheeks, kindled by a sudden thought. She, too, could live in a beautiful house with servants at her beck and call— buy her gowns at the big shops pat- onlzed by her cousin Virginia! Fate had thrown a golden apple in h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 August 1910

iwt" rk' * Wm J 1 t I K> I I 1 t THE MESQIIITE HIGH ■2JI,jjj f-r-x—-ja(Es®a **-«*• *?"•<• "LJ Board of Trustees: J. C. Rugel, President S. B. Marshall, Vice President H. C. Humphreys, Secretary Dr. W. C. Cullom Dr. B. E. Hudgins J. M. Bennett Bedford Galloway MESQUITE, TEXAS Faculty 1910-11: L. J. Berry, Superintendent Talmage Smith, Principal Miss Nora Miles, 6th-7th Grades MissCornie Chamberlain, 4-5 Grades Miss Jessie Venner, 2nd-3rd Grades Miss Hazel tine Jarrel, 1st Grade R. S. Kimbrough, Treasurer Fall Term Opens September 5th. SPLENDID opportunities are afforded the ambitious boys and girls who desire to equip themselves for living in this new and progressive age. Everyone recognizes the strenuous competition in every line between mind and matter. The untrained mind has little chance to succeed when the avenue to every vocation is filled with applicants who have sharpened their intellects in high schools and colleges. Rates of Tuition: First, Second and Third Grades — 5...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 August 1910

It* id I at in d is 4b d, ot d. of ®he Scxas Jitcsquitcr. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19,1910 Vol. XXIX No. 8 "Bgyand College saw ' M '1& *vf- Mi*. HIS EDUCATIONS- IS ASSURE] IF YOU STA"RT A BANK- ACCOUNT FO] Not only give your boy a college, or at least a school education, but also teach him to know the of a BANKBOOK. Teach him to work and save while young. He will help make his own way through college and be a better man when he comes out, I A Mineral Wells Incident. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank. Deposits Guaranteed. The First National Bank Of Mesquite .d TRIBUTE TO CONE JOHNSON Written By a Political Enemy. Writing from Wichita Falls to the Dallas News, John Robertson pays Hon. Cone Johnson the fol- lowing high tribute: "I am not a Cone Johnson man. I was one of those, 'that short as your linger nails are you could scratch my back and find Joseph Bailey written there.' " "We have had a mighty time. The people of this State have taken a greater interest than e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 August 1910

Injportatioa of 'Wild Ailing L I! OAfcD £ ^HiPPINQ HEfii/Y I HE return of Colonel T Roosevelt and -party from Africa, with the cargo of animal speci- mens which had been killed during their In- vasion of the jungle, caused a New York dealer in wild beasts to talk interestingly of the busi- ness in which his firm Is engaged. There are nearly a dozen firms in New York city that carry on an immense business in the trans- portation of animals fresh from the Jungle. And this number, of course, does not include such Immense foreign animal firms as the Hagenbacks. It is a paying business, as Indeed, are all businesses where the demand e xceeds the supply. The demand for wild beasts is far greater than the supply, and as a consequence prices are good, and the dealers men of wealth. The extent of this demand may be appreciated when one con- siders that most of the great cities In the United States have zoological parka or menageries, and that the animals are constantly being purchased by the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 August 1910

MAY RULE CANADA Duke of Connaught Likely to Be Governor General. • Popular Brother of the Late King Edward la Reported to Be Slated for Head of the Dominion Government Ottawa, Can.—If the present pro- gram la adhered to the next gov- ernor general of Canada will be ithe Duke of Connaught, brother of the late King Kdward. Such was the de- •Ire of the deceased monarch, and the ^probabilities are that the new King will not oppose the program. Can- ada appreciates the distinguished hon- or of having at the head of her gov- ernment as the representative of the mother country so eminent a member of the royal family. Never before has one of the royal family occupied such ,a position, though Queen Victoria's daughter, a sister of the duke, was ifor years a resident of the Dominion when her husband, the Marquis of jLome, now the Duke of Argyle, was igovernor general. At the same time the Canadians appreciate that society affairs at Rldeau Hall, or Government iHouse as It is sometimes called,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 August 1910

®rrv'*' THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. Estimates of the population of towns and cities were all right a year ago, but this year the official count is what goes. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Evert Friday At Mksqoite, Texas. Entered in the postofflco at Mea- qaite, Texas, as second class matter. ASSOCJA Friday, August 19, 1910. Democratic Nominees. For the Legislature, Place No. 1: h. rbid williams. For the Legislature, Place No. 3: john e. davis. For Judge 68th District Court: ross m. scott. For Judge Criminal District Court: r. b. seay. For Judge, County Court-at-Law: w. f. whitehurst. For County Attorney: r. m. clajrk. For District Clerk: h. h. williams. For County Clerk: jim record. For Tax Assessor: jas. e. bolton. For Tax Collector: r. l. ellis. For Sheriff: ben f. brandenburg. For County Treasurer: h. l. erwin. For County Superintendent: millard f. horton. For Commissioner, District No. 2: j. matt hamilton. For Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4: f. m. william...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 August 1910

& We Thank You We thank you heartily for your order. We trust we trust we have tilled it to your very complete satisfac- tion and that we shall have the pleasues of receiving another order from you soon. The Quality of Our Goods is Guaranteed The goods sold you now, and always, are new, fresh and perfect. All of our goods can be depended on. If through any accident there should appear any imperfec- tion, or any dissatisfaction should result, let us know and "we'll make good." The Mesquite Pharmacy J, B. Bryant, Proprietor. III % Local and Personal. Born—To Bob Rice and wife, a daughter Aug. 16. W. T. Miller of Lawson, was here Wednesday. D. H. Moon of near Lawson, was in Mesquite Tuesday. Dr. J. M. Armstrong of Rose Hill, was hei-e Wednesday. Fred Ackerman of Kansas City, Mo., was a visitor here Sunday. Mrs. O. B. Kimboll is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Butts, at Itasca. Miss Gena Slater visited rela- tives in Dallas Tuesday and Wed- nesday. E. G. Walker and family left Wednesday...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 August 1910

THE TEXAS MESQUITEk VALUE OF SOY BEAN DESTROY JOHN I. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor TEXAS MESQU1TE, - Why la a housefly, anyhow ? I The merciful man la now very mer- ciful to hit beast We know of some cats that never fall to come back. The Moros seem to be less dan- igeroua than ice cream cones. There are 130,000 foreign waiters ifn London, all with palms extended. How aeronauts have cities at their mercy In mimic warfare Is becoming amazing. With a new record every day It seems there is no limit to the powers of an aeroplane. The Chicago woman whose ear was bitten off by her husband, probably didn't feed him enough. There is a very bad (2 bill In circu- lation. Insist on getting your change In twenties and fifties. A Kansas Judge rules that it la the duty of pedestrians to dodge automo- biles. Also the necessity. Few horses are wearing bonnets this season, probably because bonnets are absolutely out of style. If you can't swim stay near the shore. If you can swim be satisfied to tel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 August 1910

f ( 1 fM PLC* ■^r GOVERNOR STUBBS OF KANSAS Governor Walter Roscoe Stubbs, who was re- nominated at the Republican primaries of the state, has had a short career In politics, compared with most leaders. It Is only seven years since he began to Interest himself at all actively In public affairs, and now the governor's ambition Is to succeed Senator Charles Curtis, whose term expires In March, 1913, and whose successor will be chosen two years hence. Stubbs Is red headed, like that other Insurgent leader of Kansas Republicans, Victor Murdock. Red hair means energy. Oddly enough, he comes of Quaker stock. His parents, who lived in Rich- mond, Ind., when he was born, were very poor. Now fifty-two years old, the governor is wealthy as a result of many years of hard work as a con- tractor, mostly In railroad building. Thus he has an intimate acquaintance with one feature of railroad affairs, the cost of new lines. A big man physically, Stubbs has a face that is often boyishly emotional, t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 August 1910

am THE MESQUITE HIGH MESQUITE, TEXAS Board of Trustees: J. C. Rugel, President S. B. Marshall, Vice President H. C. Humphreys, Secretary Dr. W. C. Cullom Dr. B. E. Hudgins J. M. Bennett Bedford Galloway R. S. Kimbrough, Treasurer Faculty 1910-11: L. J. Berry, Superintendent Talmage Smith, Principal Miss Nora Miles, 6th-7th Grades MissCornie Chamberlain, 4-5 Grades Miss Jessie Venner, 2nd-3rd Grades Miss Hazeltine Jarrel, 1st Grade v \ Fall Term Opens September 5th. SPLENDID opportunities are afforded the ambitious boys and girls who desire to equip themselves for living in this new and progressive age. Everyone recognizes the strenuous competition in every line between mind and matter. The untrained mind has little chance to succeed when the avenue to every vocation is filled with applicants who have sharpened their intellects in high schools and colleges. Rates of Tuition: First, Second and Third Grades $1.50 Fourth and Fifth Grades $2.00 Sixth and Seventh Grades $2.50 Eighth, Nint...

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