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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 23 September 1910

m I m *.1 l MEET IN CONGRESS AT ROME International Gathering of Foes of Ti berculosls to Be Held Late In September. Official announcement of the Seventh International Congress on TubercuU> ula, which will include representatives from every civilized country in the world, has been made by the National Association for the Study and Preven- tion of Tuberculosis. The congress will be held in Rome from September 24 to 30, 1911, and will be similar In many respects to that held In Wash- ington In the fall of 1908. The con- Cress, which meets every three years, will be under the direct patronage of the king and queen of Italy. An American committee of 100 will he appointed as the official represen- tatives of the United States. Mean- while the National Association for the 8tudy and Prevention of Tuberculosis 1b acting In that capacity and Its office In New York will be the headquarters for the United States delegation. The secretary general of the congress is Prof. Vlttorio Ascoll of Ro...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 23 September 1910

I' ^ mSSATflfrom when 1* is in the bank i WJ1])' JfoCT Bank your money and rest easy. Burglars can't get it, and schemers and fair weather friends won't be so apt to make your money their money. Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank Of Mesquite I Additional Local. | ♦ Buys Blacksmith Shop. G. H. Bean has purchased the T. D. LiLdsey blacksmith shop and has taken charge of same. Mr. Lindsey has not announced his plans for the future, but will likely remain here. A MAN OP IRON NERVE. Indomitable will and tremendous energy are never found where Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bowels are out of order. If you want these qualities and the suc- cess they bring, use Dr. King's Death of Infant. Mamie Lou, the 10-months' old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Brice, who moved here recently from Dallas, died at 8:20 o'clock yesterday morning and the re- mains were shipped last night to Arcadia, La., where interment will take place today. The pa rents accompanied the remains. All Suspects Released...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 September 1910

I inc. iinn- isur \ 9. ■ r:\ \ * ti o- Jfv a i I \ 71 She ®cx«0 ittcsquiter. By John E. Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30,1910 Every Few Days I am receiving new goods which is adding to my va- riety stock. If it has been a week since you were in, you will he surprised on seeing so many different articles added to the line. Many extra special bar- gains while they last. X> A. Tx. Specials While They Last 14ixl6i and 8x10 glass, heavy guilt molding, 2 for 60c 5000 good matches for 25c Nice pitcher and six tumblers for 25c 21x43 heavy towels, per pair 25c 14 quart granite dish pan for 35c About 200 yards of gingham worth 7c, 10 yds. for 55c Post Cards And Magazines 10 quart granite water bucket for 40c Nice granite roaster for. 35c Specials in window curtains, 2h yards long for 50c 3 dozen plain clothes pins for 5c 10 quart milk bucket with strainer for 24c Children's corset waists for 10c Just received the prettiest assortment of Table ware that can be seen anywhere. Don...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 September 1910

| I I HANDLE TO UP-END BARRELS. THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQU1TE, - - - TEXAS 80 far there are no fat aeronaut*. By the way, Is It possible to play golf la Esperanto7 * An American had the latest word regarding the best aviator. It takes a pretty clever man to get •head of a meter of any kind. A> yet the English language Is not the least bit Jealoua of Esperanto. Wireless has proven that it can cre- ate just as much excitement as an aeroplane. When an Mtomofclle strikes a rail- road train, the victims are those In the machine. Another way to attain greatness it tc be made president of a hay-fever sufferers' society. Palis is losing her cab horses, but no noticeable decrease in the price of meats la reported. It Is easier to muzzle the cantnes than It is to keep firearms out of the bands of possible assassins. TO FATT£N TURKEYS Approach of Thanksgiving Day Brings Matter Up to Farmer. Demand Is for Plump, Well-Fattened Birds, and Extra Effort Requir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 September 1910

I h t) I m OMITS ON (ATONAL J£ : CAPITAL COfYK/GHT BY HTA PATr&tJCW 54BINET HEN you take In the city of Wash- ington what the unregenerate call a "rubber-neck wagon" your course 1b bound to lead by the Cosmos club. Until the Metropolitan club built itB new quarters. itB build- ing was situated near that which houses the Cosmos members. It was the great delight of tho in- formation giver on the sightsee- ing automobile to declare to the passengers that the Metropolitan club, "which you see on your right, la the home of the i obs, and the Cosmos club, which you see on your left, is the home of the cranks." Presumably scientists have become accus- tomed to beinj dubbed cranks by the unthinking. It has been a long, hard struggle at times for some scientists to get recognition from the world. The Cosmos club has a membership which in- O INSURE good digestion, oxer- els* dally In the open air, eat an abundance of fruit and drink jure water freely between meale. Plain, almple foods, ae...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 September 1910

¥. TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mksquite, Texas. Entered In the postofflco at Mea- qelite, Texas, as second class matter. COU/yrp. ASSOCtfe Friday, September 30, 1910. The opponents of the recall system, we observe, usually re- tain the right to recall the peo- ple they employ in their own establishments. Friends- of the Democratic governor of Ohio appear to think that what the Democrats need to win the next presidential elec- tion is Harmon and harmony. Explanations as to why certain cities did not show up better in the census report may satisfy homefolk but the coun- try at large will take the census count. Democratic Nominees. For the Legislature. Place No. I: h. re1d williams. For the Legislature, Place No. 3: john e. davis. For Judge 68th District Court: lydss 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 Cler...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 September 1910

m Beyond A Doubt We can serve you satisfactorily. We buy only drugs of the highest standard of quality and the best and most reliable preparations in medicines and sundries. When you need anything in drugs, jewelry, station- ery, toilet articles, etc., don't fail to come to us, be- cause we have the right goods at the right price and we will appreciate your patronage. The Mesquite Pharmacy J, B. Bryant, Proprietor, l dr c Local and Personal. 1 -Jj r | 1 W. 0. Parker was in Terrell [Sunday. W. L. Martin of Dallas, was "here Sunday. Frank Brown of Dallas, was here Sunday. W. H. Lumley of Lawson, was here Saturday. It. G. Chapman of Dallas, was here Saturday. F. 0. Potter of Lawson, was here yesterday. D. H. Hill of near Lawson, was in town Tuesday. S. Sullivan of Siraonds, was here Wednesday. J. M. Dozier of near Lawson, was here Saturday. H. M. Rawls of Terrell, is vis- iting relatives here. Postmaster A. C. Nafus went to Hillboro Tuesday. M. D. Parnell of Lawson, was in Mesquite Wed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 September 1910

If GIVEN IPTO TRADE Only the Old Guard Holds Forth on Fifth Avenue, N. Y. Fashionable Thoroughfare Has Been Almost Completely Sold Out to In- vading Mercenaries—Only Few Prominent Families Remain. New York.—Imperious old Fifth Avenue has gone—not Into clay, but Into trade. At Fifty-second street the Vanderbilts, the Sloanes and the Shep- *rds, buttressed behind their massive mansions, have been making the last ptand of the old guard against the In- vasion of mercenaries. But now, un- like the old guard, they have surren- dered, and within a year Mrs. Cor- nelius Vanderbilt will have for third tdoor neighbor a French modiste with Klne, big electric signs to enliven the jf&mous mansion at Fifty-seventh street, where for years and years the destinies of social America have been (jwayed. It is well within the memory of fnost New Yorkers when Fifth avenue Xrom Fiftieth to Fifty-ninth street was «o exclusive that only the Knicker- bockers could live there, whatever their wealth. Then ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 September 1910

AFTER SUFFERING FORYEARS Cured by Lydia E. Pink- ham's V egetable Compound Park Rapids, Minn.—"I was sick for '-""joi years while passing through the Change of Life and was hardly able to be around. After tak- ing six bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound I gained 20 pounds, am now able to do my own work and feel well."—Mrs. Ed. __ La Lou, Park Rap- ids, Minn. Brookville, Ohio.—"I was irregular and extremely nervous. A neighbor recommended Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to me and 1 have become regular and my nerves are much better. "—Mrs. li. Kinnison, lirookville, Ohio. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotio or harm- ful drugs, and to-day holds the record for the largest number of actual cures of female diseases wo know of, and thousands of voluntary testimonials are on file in the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, Mass., from women who have been cured from almost every form of female complaints, inflammation, u...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 30 September 1910

ITS ALL GONE! J en&L&ad w<rn£Al> J&ad fiAiSfruiA. ° iioaMSi^^^nang^ s<$Lm}U& /yvO ^U&MXIl theBank MOST FRIENDSHIPS cease when they cost a man money. Have you ever needed money and asked it of your Friends? What did you get? Have money of YOUR OWN safely deposited in our bank and be inde^ pendent. A, Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank Of Mesquite , A Trip Around The World. Additional Local. £ £ Ui $ % CCfKfV1 Card of Thanks. "We desire to thank the people of Mesquite for the kindness shown us in our recent bereavement. The condolence tendered endears us to the many friends we feel we have made. Sincerely, Mr. and Mrs. A. Brioe. Cotton Receipts. Up to Thursday noon, 1,750 bales had been weighed in the local yard. Prices have varied very little throughout the week, selling at from 13.25 to 13.45 in the lint and at 4.85 in the seed. Cotton seed are worth $24.00 per ton. The ladies of the North Circle of the local Methodist church in- vite the pu...

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

®he Sexas illesnnitec. By John E. Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1910 Vol. XXIX No. IS LARGE VARIETY In all lines, with many exceptional bargains to ofler the next few clays. Extra Specials Extra specials while they last ONYX granite ware, regu- lar price 25c to 45c, choice 25c 3 large pictures, regular price 1.50 for 98c All who are interested in the premium pictures I have been running, may get ^n.v that are on hand now for... .59c A pencil given with every Magnet pencil tablet. Post Cards And Magazines Specials While They Last 5000 good matches for 25c Nice pitcher and six tumblers for 25c 21x43 heavy towels, per pair 25c 14 quart granite dish pan for 35c 10 quart granite water bucket for .40c Specials in window curtains, 2£ yards long for 50c 3 dozen plain cloth°s pins for 5c 10 quart.milk bucket with strainer for 25c Children's corset waists for. 10c NEW GRAND JURY SWORN IN Jeff D. Bruton of this Sec- tion is Foreman. "WILL" BOVELL'S BARGAIN HOUSE Tht Record of a Go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 October 1910

Nt'.; I i'i" Laundering OurP&perMone^ HE treasury department at Washington lias Juat completed a series of novel experiments and as a result of the out- come thereof is about to enter on a new activity which is to prove one of the most interesting as well tis one of the most effective economies introduced during the present era of retrenchment in Uncle Sam's administrative affairs. The innovation Is nothing short of & scheme for laundering our currency. All the processes of washing, starch- ing and ironing will be carried out Just as though the articles to be cleansed were linen garments Instead of linen paper. The effect of this Bcheme for freshening the currency, ■when once the government's plant Is In full operation, will be to more than double the normal life of our paper circulating medium and to save the government considerably more than <1,000,000 per year. That paper money can be washed successfully is not, of course, an en- tirely new discovery. From time to time...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 October 1910

DOCTOR ADVISED OPERATION Cured by Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ' Galena, Kans.— "A year ago last March I fell, and a few dayB after there was Borenesa In my right side. In a short time a bunch came and it bothered me so much at night I could not sleep. It kept growing larger and y fall it was aa large as a hen's egg. I could not go to bed without a hot water bottle applied to that side. I had one of the best doc- tors in Kansas and he told my husband that I would hare to be operated on as it was something like a tumor caused by a rupture. I wrote to you for advice and you told mo not to get discouraged but to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I did take it and soon the lump in my Bide broke and passed away." —Mrs. R. R. Huky, 713 Mineral Ave., Galena, Kans. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- Eund, made from roots and herbs, s proved to bo the most successful remedy for curing the worst forms of female ills, including displacements, inflammation, iibroid tumors, irre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 October 1910

TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. ;®bn E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. (Published Every Friday At MesqUitk, Texas. Eatered in the postofflce at Mos ^ lite, Texas, as second clans matter, lp$| 'i Bk!'; II • aim- Ef;ri I m I;:.;./ COU/V^5 ASSOC*^ The indications aie now very favorable to the election of Hon. Clarence E. Gilmore of Wills Point as Speaker of the Thirty- second Legislature. Members and nominees for the Legis- lature, Bailey and anti-Bailey, pro and anti pro, are lining up for him, because they know that, regardless of /his individual views, he will be fair to all men under all circumstances and that he is splendidly equipped for the duties of Speaker. Friday, October 7, 1910. Democratic Nominees. f'.« the Legislature, Place No. I: H. RE1D WILLIAMS. For the Legislature, Place No. 3: JOHN E. DAVIS. vor Judge 68th District Court: ROSS M. SCOTT. -or Judge Criminal District Court: R. B. SEAY. vor Judge, County Court-at-Law: W. F. WHITEHURST. f-'or County Attorney: R. M. CLARK. Pw ...

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

|ilar Ighti lies- lake I the\ liich pern lite, >un- ' TtMakesTHinq SAFE •• 'HERE'S safety in a bank account, tor the reason that it is a clear signal of the future. It means that things are clear ahead, and that your road is unobstructed. Make up your mind not to travel another step if you haven't a bank account. De- positors in this bank are protected against loss by the State Guaranty Fund. THE GUARANTY STATE BANK OF MESQIIITE if" II % Local and Personal. 1 J. C. Rugel was in Garland Tuesday. J. H. Cole of near Lawson, was here Wednesday. J. A. Allen of Rio Vista, was here Wednesday. J. T. Smith of near Reinhardt, was here Tuesday. J. W. Davis of near Lawson, was in town Tuesday. Born—To Charley Work and wife, a son, Sept. 29. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Parker were in Terrell Sunday. R. P. Norvel of Dallas, visited friends here Wednesday. Burton Jones has accepted a position at the Mesquite Phar- macy. Geo. H. Poynter of near Orphans Home, was here Wednesday. T. A. Jett of near Lawson,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 October 1910

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOIIN E. DAVIS. Editor and Proprietor MKSQU1TE, - TEXAS King Menellk never knows when to Quit dying. Rouge Is now a Newport fad. The .people who use it need it. Football has begun and the doctors are busy saving the pieces. The facial expression of a man "waiting at the phone is not hlB best. The man who really practices what lie preaches does mighty little preach- ing. Some of the Philippine uprisings •re so hardy that they last over night Scandal is the one thing that never gets worn out at the edges by being passed around. A married man informs us that one ■who teliB his wife all he knowa doesn't know much. There are 600 rooms in Kaiser Bill's new palace. He'll have to keep a hired girl, we fear. Wealthy Americans now coming home in the steerage could not wait for the flying machines. While a wooden leg may be the sad result of an accident, the hobble skirt 1b a woman's own fault. And now, since men have proved themselves the best dishwashers the Women want th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 October 1910

■ 1 / I ATCHISON'S ORDER OF SPINS Unmarried, and Contented Withal, They Have Mapped Out for Themselves a Pious City. There was culled a meeting of the Ancient Order of Spina last evening, and papers were read on every sub- ject, from removing grease from car- Jpets to the sad memories that attach teo a bunch of old letters. The Spins Svere having a hilarious time when a Visiting Spin got up to make a few re- marks. She said that, while they are ihappy now, there was a sad time com- ing. "Think of the day," she said, "when, having no husbands or chil- dren, you will be all alone." There *was a sniff and then a snort as Spin after Spin recalled wives and mothers ■who are alone from daylight till dark, «xcept when some member of the fam- ily wants waiting on. The snifllng end snorting Increased In volume as Spin after Spin told of her freedom from worry, her independence in financial matters and the joy of doing as she pleased. "But we must not take offense at what our sister has eald,...

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

f KIs! ■i ■ KK,') 6*. iH' pt>RTiFY\t>uR Future i e/Sfi. JUtfkh^ction. aqcUn&t^ tiouMML /MumjiyJnlfa &an& SJtMiMVdUt. J The hole in the ground, the crevice in the wall, a friend's pocket-book, or your own, is not as safe a place to keep your money as is our bank, which is fire and burglar proof. We refer those who have not banked with us to those who have. & 'v Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank Of Mesquite Cotton Receipts, Total receipts in the local cot- ton yard up to Thursday noon amounted to 2,BIO bales. Prices for the week for lint have ranged from 13.75 to to 14 cents. Seed cotton has been bringing 4.90 to 5 cents. Sunday School Report. Bibloa ;$8 School Pres. Mesquite M. E. 10^ " Baptist 80 " Pree. 76 •' Christian 42 New Hope Union 64 " 41 Christian 39 Tripp Union 59 Seago. Baptist 138 Long Creek B. 37 Batch Union 37 Rylie " 71 Seago. Methodist 05 Edwards Union 47 Long Creek M. 57 Kleburg Union 54 Greenwood " 23 Off'ng S2.70 3.04 2.95 .96 1....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 October 1910

\/ \\ ®ht Sexas iUcoquitcr. By John E, Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1910 Vol. XXIX No. 16 BARGAINS m BIG COTTON FIRE AT MESQUITE Forty Six Bales Are Burned In Local Cotton Yard. Ever offered in Mesquite in these particular articles- I bought them away below the market price and will close out the lot at a bargain to you. 1 5 packages white table damask, 62 inches wide, worth ..27ic 40c to 50c per yard, while it lasts, per yard only., 2 About 125 pieces white ware in plates, platters, bowls, etc., worth over double what I will close this lot out at. Don't fail to get your share while they last. 3 When did you ever have an ooportunity to buy two 4 quart, white lined enameled pans for 35c You will find a number of articles here this time that will surprise you. 8 quart galvanived pails, 2 for 25c Only a few more lace curtains at the special price per pr. 50c I am not a very large merchant, but I think I know a good thing when I see it. This week I bought 50 dozen extra l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 October 1910

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN I. DAVIS, fdttor and Proprietor TEXAS MESQUITE, - An early and severe winter Is pre dieted. ThlB 1a cold comfort New York la the second city In tb« world, but It feels big as the first. The redeeming feature about the pictured hobble aklrt Is Its Impossi- bility. Alcohol Is a necessity In paint It seem to have a special affinity for red paint Whose business It Is, anyway, what particular variety of hat you choose to wear? The man who said summer Is over Is hunting his old straw hat In the ash barrel. The government Is advertising for a xylotomlst. If you know a good one tell him about It Here's a centenarian who swears off on liquor and tobacco. It's never too late, you know. Infant paralysis is no respector of age. It has just killed a woman ol slxty-slx In Connecticut Pittsburg man Invents an apparatus for forecasting earthquakes. No fam lly should be without one. Count Zeppelin's airships can never increase their popularity by making a specialty of blowin...

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