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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 September 1910

IS 1 1 he bounty. p Mesquite. e y< [ isl ten )all lr. ;s<J st i c vlr.j Sri: "P) { Be ieo bun h I M. Supplement to Texas Mesquiter, Mesquite, Tex., Sept. 9, 1910 E. F. Vanston returned Fri day from a business trip to .Jet forson. Elam Etchings. Mesdames Lizzie Evans and Bertha Berko of Dallas, have re- turned home after a few days vis it with Mrs. J. W. Hodges of Elam. Miss Lucile Jacobs of San An gelo, and Miss Lenora Evans of j Orphans Home, spent several days with Miss Bertha Hodges this weeek. The protracted meeting at the Pleasant Grove Christian church closed Tuesday night, with 54 additions to thu church, 30 by I baptism, five from other church | cs and reclaimed. Members of j other churches worked freely and cheerfully m the congrega- | tion. Rev. BoRgess of Dallas, preached Surday night. Miss Lila Hall of Elam, left Sunday afternoon for Mesquite. where she will enter school. Mrs. .). S. Rowland of Cran- dall, accompanied by Edwin and Marjorie Rowland, visited Mrs. Mah...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 September 1910

t.'X-uoiJit'uuiciiu gentleman, but that of the le Ives ]pr. r* |Th Ista t! lllO( Lbl jtef pigi ife? lloc ito< old hi. u. UtUkWk • ■ • U I t m « antis were for senter Capital stock paid in $ £n.nnn or Rol The Iried fuse. lecid< Jontef 7as di nc rict c a a ndon nerg • torn* iowel want 1 ess I tew egula trons I Supplement to Texas Mesquiter, Mesquite, Tex., Sept. 9, 1910 <ii * >* % 444 444 444?^ Ih s * * Additional Local. B. A. Badgett of Porne.v, was in town Tuesday. Born to Will Potter and wife, a daughter, on Sept. 3. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Girdley visited relatives in Dallas Satur- day and Sunday. W. VI. L>ve went to Garland Friday, to adcept a position as a printer on the Garland News. Sunday School Report. WILL SAYS I am getting in new goods all the time. Do not fail to come in when in town as you will find just what you have been looking for and the price is always right. School Pres. Mesquite M. E. 69 " Baptist (>2 " Pres. 83 " Christian 41 New Hope Union 70 " " C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 September 1910

w "41^ School Days, School Days, Dear Old Golden Rule Days! Fincks' Overalls Hoy's Shirts Bis assortment, each 50c and 75c Boys and Girls Security and Colonial calf school shoes wear like iron. We have every size. Price $1.50 to $55.00. Dress Ginghams New plaids—New stripes—New solid color ginghams, ^le very thing for durability. All fast colors. Per yard, 8Ac, 10c, 12ic and 15c Note—We contracted for these ginghams several months ago, before prices advanced, and can sell you at the same old price as last ssason. These are days that are dear to us all. They are here and with them comes the demand for wearables for the school boy and the school girl. We have not forgotten these youngsters in our purchases, but have made provision, yes, ample provision, for them. "Bless their hearts." * ' Introduction: This will introduce you to our new and valuable addition to our force, Mr. and Mrs. Brice,whom we secured out of one of Dallas' leading fashion and department stores. Mr. Brice is a tho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 September 1910

IF YOU HAVE Malaria or PUea, Sick Headache, Coattva Itowrl*. Dumb Ague. Sour Stomach ana Belching; If your lood doea not •••Imitate ana you have no appetite. _ Tutls Pills will cure theae trouble*. Price. 23 centa. As if It were ^ot bad enough for the earth to tty up and hit aeroplanes, lightning has begun striking theui. What bald-headed man had hoped to live to see a fly less world? Yet that is what the scientists ure plan- ning. Giddy New York regards the idea of closing its lobster palaces at 1 a. m. as very little better than a curfew law. We wonder how one small cone can hold so many kinds of chetnicals.and have room left for a nickel's worth of ice cream. It costs $3,000,000 a day to run the national government. What will the government cost when aeroplanliig Is in fashion? A Chicago man paid $300 for "mere bit of a meal." It probably was a steak with one overlaying slice of breakfast bacon. Talking to the Child. "Mrs. X talks to little Madge Just as Mr. X talks to their dog....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 September 1910

I \ J Interesting Massachusetts Monu- ment of Sixty Years Ago. Now but Rarely Seen and but Little Known by the Residents and General Public Who Pass That Way. THE EX-SULTAN OF TURKEY Boston.—There are in New England, In many placeB, monuments more or Jess artistic, erected to mark historic spots or to commemorate events of local importance. Such are generally well known and easily accessible, but the old Meridian monument in Med- ford is but rarely seen and but little known by the residents and general public. It is safe to assert that of the many that pass It daily, but few have ever noticed it, owing to its peculiar loca- tion and the proximity of the hill on which it stands to the street that curves about its base. Inquiry of many residents reveals their ignorance of it, and, indeed, the writer had been a resident for over thirty years and had many times passed that way, when, by a casual upward glance at just the right instant he caught a glimpse of It. Soon after he made a visi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 September 1910

' ■ 11 BRING YOUR COTTON TO MESQUITE Guaranty State Bank Of Mesquite Is able to take care of and is anxious for your business. Bovell's Bargain House All Kinds of Novelties More gcodsforthe same money or the same goods for less money. WILL Palace Drug Store Cullom & Chapman, Props. DRUGS Jewelry. Toilet Articles, Etc. GRADY NUNN'S Tailor Shop W. D. Nunn's Shoe and Har- ness repairing shop located in same building Your Patronage Solicited Seaton & Kimbe! REAL ESTATE and FARM LOANS SOUTHLAND CAFE ICE CREAM PARLOR and Ladies' Dining Room Cold drinks, ice cream fresh fish and oysters. Mesquite, Tex. S. A. MEBANE, Proprietor FRED TOSCH MEATS AND ICE Always in the market for livestock Henry Spence Cotton Gin Co. Ginners and Buyers of SEED COTTON. Good Printing -AT— MESQUITER OFFICE At • *4*. «« T hi <t« 14 V* 5K •J!'. * * % & % % HE attention of those living in the trade terri- tory of Mesquite or elsewhere, is called to the urgent invitation of the business men of this tow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 September 1910

V f % / $ v/i fG )d ve She ®c *as ittesquiter. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16,1910 Vol, XXIX No. 12 HENRY BENNETT KILLED BY NEGRO ROBBER T. & P. SPECIAL OFFICER SHOT DOWN WHILE IN THE DISCHARGE OF HIS DUTY. HOME WAS AT LAWSON Was Shot Early Saturday Morning and Lived Over Thirty Hours. Was Conscious Almost to the End. T. H. (Henry) Bennett, who! was born about a mile south of Mesquite on a farm that now constitutes part of the Seth Mil- ler ranch, but who spent most of his life at Lawson, where his parents now reside, died at the Baptist Memorial sanitarium in Dallas Sunday morning at 7:00 o'clock as a result of a pistol shot fired by a negro thief in East Dallas at 2:30 o'clock Satur- day morning. Mr. Bennett had been a deputy sheriff for about ten months but a few weeks ago he resigned that position to ac- cept a position as special officer for the Texas & Pacific Ry. Co. He received the wound that i;aused his death while trying to effect the arres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 September 1910

THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOItN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQU1TE, - TEXAS Hobble, bobble, skirts and trouble. Every hat is a "picture hat" now- adays. Prunes are higher. Telephone your landlady. What has become of the old-fash- ioned man who wore a double-breasted -vest? Dynamite may help, but tennis matches are the only reliable cure lor droughts. Volcanoes In Alaska are spouting fire. Very likely the janitor is trying out the flues. Carrier pigeons will have to equip themselves with electric motors or fall Ihopelessly behind. Radical changes are announced In the new football rules. There will be mo hitting in the clinches. Newport is said to be crazy over a barefoot dance. This means more -work for the chiropodists. By playing tennis on a hot afternoon fat man learns to despise mere rain s a producer of moisture. Up in Maine an automobile ran into a simple-minded bear. That was get- ting art and nature badly mixed. Duke Franz Joseph says he is in this country after bear, and not...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 September 1910

Home Millinery ■ \ 11 )x \fl f KWd/J \ THE untrlmmed hats, turned out by manufacturers ready for the pro- fessional or amateur millinery, are so good in themselves, so graceful and becoming that they might be worn without the addition of ornament of any sort, and still be pleasing, al- though not complete. They are made of many varieties of sHk, of velvet or plush, and in all sorts of combina- tions. Those shown in the illustration are among the handsomest, made of silk crape in many rich colorings with high luster, and having the brims faced with velvet. Their shapes are all prepared for the addition of trim- ming, which this season will surely be <of feathers. For some reason feath- ers have come to the fore like an ava- lanche. There are bands and poin- GET PLENTY OF FRESH AIR Importance of Ventilating Rooms, Es- pecially Sleeping Chambers, Is Too Often Overlooked. Nothing is more common than fresh air. Nature has provided It In abund- ance for all who will take It. There is n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 September 1910

THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mesquite, Texas. Entered in the po toffioe at Mes- q.alte, Texas, as second class matter. t€i5S¥k3^£S- assoc'*M^>> Huuuah lor Maine! llaviug come over on the right side, here's hopin' she will stay right. If she does we'll bo content to let the other Maine rest under the waters of Havana harbor. Friday, September 16, 1910. Democratic Nominees. 3: For the Legislature, Place No. 1: h. REID WILLIAMS. For the Legislature, Place No. 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. clark. 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 p. brandenburg. For County Treasurer: h. l. erwin. For County Superintendent: millard f. horton. For Commissioner, Distric...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 September 1910

VJ THE LAXF0S WAY is to strengthen the liver, the bowels, the kidneys and the stomach, and at the same time make you strong with a general systemic tonic. It Keeps Your Whole Insides Right Better than calomel for grown people—better than castor oil for children. Makes teeting easy. Sold on the Money-Back Plan Mesquite Pharmacy ], B. Bryant, Proprietor. <f % Local and Personal. j %==== Rowe Shawver of Seymour, is visiting here. J. B. Ireson of Richardson, was here Sunday. W. M. Beaty of Grand Prairie, was here Sunday. H. Johnsen and family of Dal- las, were here Sunday. J. T. Badgett of near Orphans Home, was here Monday. J. A. Hatnm of Justin, was here Wednesday and yesterday. Mrs. W. D. Folts of Cameron, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ed F. Vanston. Mrs. T. S. Jobson and children of El Paso, are the guests of rel- atives here. Charley Stampes and wife of Dallas, spent Saturday nightand Sunday here. Miss lone Wright left Monday for Weatherford, where she will attend school. Miss Jo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 September 1910

e>Enm AISJOELA MENBY ojt'.;' ONE thousand Zurich wo- men have declared for uni- versal suffrage. It is a re- cent movement there. ^ ^ though" other Swiss cities have been Interested for some time In the much mooted question. Alto- gether the little country has 17,000 ad- vocates for giving women the ballot. Recently the women of Zurich canton petltlonod the state for the right to act as jurors on a case In which a wo- man was the defendant. Their re- quest was refused. Later, with char- acteristic Swiss bravery, they sent In another petition to the legislature ask- ing the right to sit in judgment on special courts, such as are held In France for adjusting differences be- tween mistress and maid, and other cases where differences arise between a woman employer and a woman em- ployee. While this, too, was denied, Parliament admitted the sex's eligibil- ity to such an office. "We are not talking much about it," ■aid the vice president of the Zurich Woman's Suffrage society, Fraulei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 September 1910

* Wffm. imskh .cAwtIMHI ' l> A. AFTER DOCTORS FAILED LydlaE. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound Cured Her Knoxville, Iowa. — "I suffered with ?ains low down in my right sicU for a ear or more and was so weak and ner- vous that 1 could not do mv work. I wrote to Mrs. Pink- I'll | il Pil&MP' ' i m ham and took Lydia unniHinunM E pinkham-8 Vege- table Compound and Liver Pills, and am glad to say that your medicines and kind letters of di. rections have done more for me than anything else and I had the best physi- cians here. I can do my work and rest well at night. I believe there is noth- ing like the Pinkham remedies." — Mrs. Clara Fkanks, It. F.D., Uo. 8, Knoxville, Iowa. The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from root3 ana herbs, is unparalleled. It may be used with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements, inflam- mation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, ir- regularities, periodic pains, backache, bearing-down feeling, flatulency, indi- f estion...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 September 1910

I I YOU KNOW WHO! GUARDING LONEY n YOUR. kWHEN IT IS IN ftflOJVyu BANK A National Bank is an absolutely safe place to put your money, because the United States Government ex' amines regularly all National Banks. Ask our patrons how we treat THEM. Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank Of Mesquite A Chapter on Dogs By Joe Sappington. i K Additional Local. M. J. Garlick of Dallas, spent Wednesday night here. Mrs. A. C. New has bought A. J. Miller's place in the southwest part of Mesquite. Mrs. Bettie Allen ard grand- daughter, Miss Ruby Allen, went to Rio Vista Wednesday. Mrs. J. R. Nash of Kaufman, en route to visit her sister, Mrs. J. C. Anderson, at Rose Hill, spent a few hours Monday with Mrs. J. A. Girdley of Mesquite, also a sister of Mrs. Nash. Baptist Revival Meeting. A revival meeting was begun at the local Baptist church Sat u relay night. Rev. P. C. Scott, former pastor of the local church but now pastor at Venus, came in Tuesday, to assist the pastor, Rev. G. C. G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 23 September 1910

' ■ * ®he ®e*os Jtlesquiter. By John E, Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS,FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1910 Vol. XXIX No. 13, DID YOU EVER Stop and think how many different useful articles in household good that can be found at Bovell's Bargain House? And how many of these items you are buy- ing every time you come to town? Now, to all who have not yet got it fixed in their minds that Bovell has a Variety Store and most everything in the Nov- elty line can be found, stop and think how many articles you need now, and are going to buy, thac can be found in this stock. Come and see for yourself. Specials in Picture Frames 14*xl6i and 8x10 glass, heavy gilt molding, 2 for 60c 5 pounds good soda for 25c 5000 good matches for 25c Nice pitcher and 6 tumblers for 25c 21x43 heavy towels, per pair 25c 4 pairs exti*a good 25c sox 80c 6 17oz. goblets for 75c 2 pairs extra ribbed hose for 25c 14 quart granite dish pan for 35c Post Cards And Magazines 10 quart granite water bucket for 40c Nice granite roaster for 3...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 23 September 1910

■ , Wfti i r$F"' THE TEXAS MESQUlTfcR JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and ProprieiK TEXAS MESQU1TK, ' ; *' h SWSW: K' r ■ s« In time to corns man may evolve a tlonderproof, wreckless railroad. Paris has thoughtfully relegated the hobble skirt to the museum of horrors. In the agreement between Korea «n* Japan the latter did the agreeing for both. A Long island milkman mistook a muie for a cow. Moral: One cannot be too careful A determination to practise what we preach keeps us from doing too much preaching. "Kondamnigughln," the cuss word In Esperanto, is ornamental, but too long for practical use. There ought to be a greater differ- ence between civilization and the merely complicated life. Men may beat the birds flying, but the birds don't have much trouble with their propeller blades. "A woman-hater has been captured by cookies." More than one man- hater has been won by dough. Europe cannot expect to experience cholera epidemic and an epidemic of American tourists at the same time. In the c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 23 September 1910

GIVEN UP TO DIE. 4 V 1/ i f V. VI I t / Doan's Kidney Rills Effect Marvelous Recovery. Mrs. M. A. Jinking, Quanab, Texas, aaya: "I was bloated almost twice natural size. I had the best physi- cians hut they all failed to help me. For five weeks I waa as helpless as a baby. My back throbbed as If It would break and the kidney secretions were in terrible con- dition. The doctors held out no hope and I waa resigned to my fate. At this critical time, I began using Doan's Kidney Pills and soon felt relief. 1 continued snd was cured." Remember the name—Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a 'box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. FOR EARL Y FALL AN UP AND DOWN ARGUMENT. Sam—I wants yo' toe understand dat Ise no common nigger, Ise had a good bringin' up, I has. v Pete—Dats all right, but ef yo' fools •wLd me, man, yo'll hab a good frowln' down, too. Public Want Ads. Wanted—Several nice old gentle- men to represent us financially. Noth- ing to do but utter wise remarks and Indorse div...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 23 September 1910

m TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. ;ohn E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. PUBL1SHKD KVEBY FRIDAY At Mesquite, Texas. Entered in the postofflo© at Mes- ^aite, Texas, as second class matter RAGING PROGRAM AT STATE FAIR Much Interest Already Manifest- ed in Coming Meeting. CONTESTS ARE VARIED. COU/Vfy^ s ASSOC!* Friday, September 23, 1910. Democratic Nominees. Foe the Legislature, Place No- 1: EI. RE1D 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. P. WHITEHURST. For County Attorney: R. M. CLARK. For District Clerk: H. H. WILLIAMS. For County Clerk: JIM RECORD. . For Tax Assessor: J AS. 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. WILLIAMS. For Const...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 23 September 1910

WE ARE PLEASED When we can please our patrons, and this we try very hard to do. We try to have the things that you need in our line, to maintain the quality, make the price right, and treat you fair under all circumstances. We invite you to trade with us. Mesquite Pharmacy J. B. Bryant, Proprietor. Local and Personal. | _ J/'l il R. C. Hill was in Fort Worth Monday. ; R. E. Hall of Elatn, was in town Monday. R. L. Page of Seagoville, was -here yesterday. Winston Love began his school at Eagle Ford Monday. G. P. Worthington of New Hope, was here Saturday. Dr, L. R. Anderson of New Hope, was here yesterday. •J. C. Rugel went to Jackson- ville on business yesterday. Miss Gena Slater visited in Dallas Friday and Saturday. Rev. L. S. Darling of Garland, was here a day or two this week. Miss Delia Baumgardner visit- id in Dallas Monday and Tues- day. A. Rockliold of Dallas, was here a day or two the first of the week. Miss Lena Mebane returned Monday from a visit to friends in Dallas. Guy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 23 September 1910

[j > M j venfion in (2ut>^ ••• sasss; \ QtPZW (JBffPM WZYU^ ■ • • V - .vi' •'& -vV^y '•" ' ' S^gi£3SS gp**5 • /tor! • ■ ..J,J> •-•'.•.>■ Y.//1 *• iMMHWf- K • :«• J5r •*** *_V^& •*£«** « Safe * TOtyKLxet |ITH an unpardonable lack of tact or a grew- some attempt nt a sinister piece of hu- mor, Gen. Valerlaue Weyler, the former Spanish captain gen- eral of Cuba, who gained for himself the unenviable title of "butcher," has al- lowed the publishers to print the title of the sensational book to which he attempts to defend his conduct while the representative of the Spanish crown on that island, MI MANDO EN CUBA (My Command in Cuba) to letters of gory scarlet on a pa- per of livid gray. Whatever the motive may have been that prompted such a choice, that bloody "eye catcher" of a lino fitly symbolizes the man and the work which caused so many years pf discontent in Cuba. Weyler has been on trial before public opinion lor butchering his tenemles instead of fighting them;...

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