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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 October 1910

I \ !\ \ HER PHYSICIAN APPROVES Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound SabattiiB, Maine.—"You told mn to take Lydia E. rjjjJtbam's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills before child-birth, and we are all surprised to see how much good it did. My physi- cian said'Without doubt it was the Compound that helped you.' I thank you for your kindness in advising me and give you full permission to use my name in your testimonials."—Mrs. H. W. Mitchell, Box 3, Sabattus, Me. Another Woman Helped. Graniteville, Yt. — "I was passing through the Change of Life andsuffered from nervousness and other annoying symptoms. Lydia E. Pinkham's vege- table Compound restoredmyhealth and strength, and proved worth mountains of gold to me. For the sake of other Buffering women I am willing you should publish my letter." — Mrs. Charles Barclay, It.F.D., Granite- Tille, Yt. Women who are passing through this critical period or who are suffer- ing fronv-any of those distressing ilia peculiar to their sex sho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 October 1910

r4*-- f m IE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mesquitk, Texas. Entered in the postoffico at Mes qaite, Tex«ts, as aooond claBB matter, assoc* a Friday, October 14, 1910. Democratic Nominees. Par the Legislature, Place No. I: H. 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. SEAT. 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. Foe 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 p. horton. For 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. For Public Weigher, Precinct No. 4: w. B. stampes. Mayor Gaynor pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 October 1910

iff a ■ & YES! BUSINESS IS GOOD WITH IIS Jmetica* Largest Stocks — Newest Goods — Lowest Prices American Lady Shoes In button and lace, in patent, vice, gunmetal or suede, a sty- ligh, dressy and serviceable shoe. Prices per pair, $2.50 t<J $4.50 American Gentleman Shoe A dressy shoe that holds its shape and wears well. In but- ton or lace, patent, vice or gun metal. Per pair $3,50 to $5.00 Specials For Saturday and Next Week Good Dress Ginghams, per yard 5c Good Bleached or Brown Domestic, per yard 5c Good Calico, per yard 5c 4 Spools Clark's Thread for 15c Nice Belts or Ties Free With every suit of clothes sold Saturday or next week. We purchased our fall goods early before the prices advanced and guarantee to save you money on your Fall and Winter Goods Has It For Less Mesquite, c Local and Personal. J J. B. Gross of Scyene, was here Friday. B. A. Badgett of Forney, was [, here yesterday. N. A. Holley's warehouse is nearing completion. J. T. Smith of near Reinhardt, was in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 October 1910

I I 51 I 1 I I I N ALMOST every large city In the United States taxlcabs ore rapidly displacing horne-drawn caba and carriages as public vehicles for transportation in those horseless vehicles are almost always based on the distance traveled as shown on the registering dials of the tax- imeters it obviously becomes of the gravest Importance that these au- tomatic records shall be honest and accurate In their chronicling. Indeed, In many cities there have ^ lwen loud protests due to alleged •vercharglng of taxlcab patrons—the alleged overcharging being attributed to the faulty opera- tion of the taximeters. Whether such false ac- counting was due to a desire to cheat the trav- eling public or merely to faulty mechauism in the mechanical bookkeeper could seldom be de- termined, but In either event the ouecome was the /XAC//K? A *S£Al QtfA TfST££> TAX/MFT£ft / I r V "" -T ^ ^ v .r,jur <&• '* 5355838 h u I I MEAN INSINUATION. ArrACW/VGA TAX/AIFTJT/? 7V T/J£ //f/Y r£Sr/rtG ATAC...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 October 1910

I ONLY COOL PLACE. Through the sultry summer night there came mysterious sounds from the direction of the kitchen. "George," whispered Mrs. MacDou- pal, nervously, "there—there la a bur- glar in the Ice box." Still George snored. "George! Do you hear? Wake up! There is a burglar downstairs in the 1c« box." George brushed Imaginary cobwebs from his eyes. "Burglar in the ice box," be mur- mured, thickly. "Thermometer pop- ping out of tube and burglar In ice box. Lucky dog^" And then George expressed himself •with an old-fashioned yawn and turned over for another nap. Wisdom of a Maid. A wise girl said: "I want to wed a man both true and good; an orphan the must likewise be, from his early babyhood. On that, you know, I'll In- sist, bo I'll never have to take a lot of guff about the stuff his mother used to make." FUNNY. She—Yes, and he's as good as he is handsome. He—Funny he isn't behind bars. The Brute. They tell It that he's "a savin' brute"— No penny can pass him by; He even says ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 14 October 1910

ffl W {/)M 1bU& BEST fRlEtW not HERES ANOTHER MONEY TALK. IF YOU PUT YOUR. MONEY in the BANK YOU WILL HAVE IT [WHEN YOU NEED IT. n you. ■be^youknciMbt good Abm. wfo snot faefr youh. 'ryCorwl in. a tom&wMu -6aty6vt& caitnctnaMK MAYER ROTHSCHILD, born in Frankfort, German ny, 1743, and founder of the Great Rothschild fortune— the greatest on earth—peddled from house to house when a boy. He saved his money. Economy and INTEREST at low rates made this great fortune. Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank Of Mesquite f Additional Local. 4**4*4 ****** * * «* t* J Cotton Receipts. Church Goforth of Garland, marketed cotton here yesterday. Void Bennett of Dallas, spent Saturday night and S unday here, tbe guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bennett. W. S. Jobson, who has been critically ill for several days, is reported to be slightly better as we go to press, but is still very iow. f £ . % Box Supper Saturday Night. i ■ There will be a box supper at Edwards Chapel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 October 1910

/ I IS old . He Pahl L f ' fear* olt 2K. lersot n Tex. ®he ®exas itlesqniteir. By John E. Davis* MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21. 1910 Vol. XXIX No. 17 SABGAINS EVERY DAY Get the habit ot coming in every time you come to town and you will perhaps get a bargain in the very thing you are looking for. You will find at present the best men's, women's and children's hose ever sold in Mesquite for 15c I still have a few dozen towels, sizes 21x43, while they last, two pairs for 45c Get your share of lace curtains, per pair, only-. - 50c A .small lot of table damask, per yard.. 27 l'2c Specials In Enamelware A nice line of goblets, per set 45c to 75c All kinds of tumblers, per set, 20c to 75c A beautiful lot of engraved lamp globes, 2 for 25c White lined 4 qt. pudding pans, special 15c The prettiest assortment of belts, buckles, pins, veil pins, scarf pins etc., ever shown for the price of 10c, 15c and 25c Childred's corset waists, extra specials, 2 for 25c Infants' corset waists, extra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 October 1910

I THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN f. DiVIS, Ed tor and Proprietor MESQU1TE, - TEXAS The fish is the real father of lie*. There will continue to be mora weather than aeroplanes in the high- er altitudes. Now we are told that flat life will cause us to round out existence in a lunatic asylum. Cincinnati surgeons are going to amputate a citizen's six-Inch nose, but not by keeping it on the grindstone. For some time to come, however, the popular way of crossing the Alps will be by means of the tunnel under them. Good old authority says that it's Impossible to tell all the stars, but Uncle Sam's experts have catalogued them. It Is reported from New Jersey that a cow wrecked an aeroplane. It must have been {he same cow that jumped over the moon. 8timetlmes It does seem that every- body In the world is calling every- body else a liar, and nobody knows whom to believe. The average driver of a sprinkling cart, as perhaps you have observed, always becomes fiendishly active just before a beovy rainst...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 October 1910

< V I, / I s I, UNOLE ) Njzwf&IC Sub MA rtir~ £W Trie- JflLrtON MB&Sm i ' <<• 'rV,.:. , ftSM«: •/' V' 4#\ . L ! ■ ' arid the attack failed only because the Bcrew by which the .torpedo was to be attached to tha Eagle's bottom was not sharp enough. Robert Pulton's experiments In France and America 11796-1812) demonstrated that a vessel could he built which could descend to any given depth and reascend at will. Plunging mechanism was devised about the middle of the eighteenth cen tury, but Fulton developed the vertical and horl siontal rudders and provided for the artificial sup- ply of air. A form of periscope existed in 1G92 and an Improved kind was patented in 1774; in 1854 Davy still further developed it. Phillips' wooden boat on Lake Erie wits crushed by the wmm 0 jK.VV*b-'mWV .J- mm ft'i. i ■ 'C • ip !&* *$«?■• MMf; rg$W WMm i CMURGE w;.:' -< iSw'w a---. . \ ■ m /JLMOAI „ ^ //Zr7? POCK NCLE BAM'S newest and most Interesting subma- rine boat, the Salmon, U ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 October 1910

f m. Ttf. TEXAS MtSyUIIEh. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Pobushkd Evert Friday At Mesquitk, Texas. Eutured in the postofflee at Met* Texas, as 8ec nd class matter. CCU/yj. associa Friday, October 21, 1910. Democratic Nominees. For the Legislature, Place No. I: H. ft kid WILLI \ms. For the Legislature, Place No. 3: JOHN E. DAVIS. For Judge 68th District Court: ROSS M. SCOTT. For Judge Criminal District Court: R. B. SEAV. 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: JAS. E. BOLTON. For T3x Collector: * R. L. ELLIS. For Sheriff: BEN F. BRANDENBURO. 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 Constable, Precinct No. 4: E. N. TERRY. For Public Weigher, Precinct No. 4: W. B. STAMPES. "Sunny Jim" Sherma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 October 1910

trfnuucan 'Sadkman SHOE MAKE THE CLAIM That we can and will save you money on your Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery and Groceries. COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. Shoes for the whole family. MAKE tfS PROVE IT Dry Goods Specials 8c ginghams, per yard 5c 8c domestic, per yard 5c 7c outing, per yard 5c 7c calico, per yard 5c 7 spools Clark's thread 25c We have immensely increased stocks and can fit the entire family out in win- ter wear of all de- scriptions and kinds. Grocery Specials 4 packages Arm & Hammer soda 25c 17 pounds granulated sugar $1.00 25 pound Jap head rice $1.00 1 dozen 2 pound can tomatoes 80c 1 dozen 3 pound can tomatoes $1.15 Has It For Less J. F. McCULLOUGH Mesquite, Texas r f % Local and Personal. % II -J Put up your heater yet? H. B. Cox of Rylie, was here Saturday. George Dasch of Scyene, was here Wednesdaj'. R. L. Page of Seagoville, was here Wednesday. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Buck Day, Oct. 13, a girl. A daughter was born to J. L. Terry and wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 October 1910

I ROSE GRAFTING REQUIRES ATTENTION TO DETAILS [ Like Most of Greenhouse Work, Much Care Must Be Devoted to the Little Thingfs—Three Good Plans Illustrated. Grafting:, Hke lots of other green- house work, must bo started properly and much attention must bo paid to every detail of the work. To start with, good maiiettl stocks must be procured and we much prefer the Eng- lls'i manetti to any other, principally because the stocks are better rooted and the wood 1b much firmer than the French stock, although we have had excellent results using the latter. The •itocks should be potted into 2Mrlnch l>ots, care being taken to pot firmly, using a t-ompost of good rose soli, the aame as one would use for potting off rooted cuttings, says Gardening Mag- azine. Soil throe parts, manure one part and, if the soil is rather heavy, a little sharp sand to quicken the root action will be suitable. If the stocks are extra well rooted, It may be ad- visable to snip off the tips of the roots, tout the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 October 1910

v / ► V1 * k a! J vby W ILBUR D NEPBIT Horn Rvllver LS IT CURES PILES. It works gently but powerfully. Many relieved cases on record. Here is u desperate one quickly cured. Mr. j. Cuttle, Chinquapin, N.C., write# r— 44 Mexican Mustang Liniment completely cured me of pile* in its worst form. I hud been a sufferer for thirteen years. It Is by far the best remedy I hare ever tried; It acts like magic. All that is necessary is to anoint the affected parts night and morning until a cure is effected. I am free to say thut it ought to be called "A Sure Pile Remedy," for such it certainly Is. 1 am so grateful for the great good it has done me and I earnestly recom- mend it to others." 2Sc. 50c. $1 a bottle at Drag A Gen'l Stores. jisct "^THE BEST MEDICINE ■W4H— for Coughs 6 Colds A cheerful man Is a pessimist's Idea of a fool. Bottomiesa tank a enable you to water your cattle In Nature's way at small cost. Booklet "A" free. Alamo Iron Works, Ban Antonio. Texas. Considering what most people ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 October 1910

THIS IS GUARDS THAT IS WHO MONEY INA % BANK U. S. | Our bank being a National Bank, places us under Gov/ ernment Supervision, and guarantees safety to every depositor. We refer those who have not dealt with us to those who HAVE. Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank Of Mesquite Additional Local. ****** Cold Weather Here. The first real norther of the season struck this section Wednesday right and those whose blood is inclined to be thin ind overcoats and fires very com fortable. A slow rain also fell Wednesday night. ' KILLS A MURDERER. A merciless murderer is Ap- pendicitis with many victims. But Dr. King's New Life Pills kill it by prevention. The gently Stimulate stomach, liver and bowels, preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis, curing Constipation, Headache, Biliou* ness, Chills. 26c at all druggists. Sunday School Report, School Mesquite M. E. " Baptist " Pres. . " Christian Pres. 93 74 66 43 New Hope Union 80 " " Christian 51 Tripp Union HO Seasro. Baptis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 October 1910

f 1 A 1 |an- md 10 SO re- |the in ^o. as Ible 1' s. ;on nsnr al at ®lie 5cxog iiicoqnitcr. By John E. Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1910 Vol.XXIX No. ft LooK Over the list and remember the place m Magazines Laces Tablets and Pencils Embroidery Ink Ribbon Pictures Braids Drawing books Handkerchiefs School bags Ties School baskets Side and BackCombs Post cards Barretts Toilet soap Turbans Talcum powder All kinds of Hair Pins Candies Necklaces All kinds of mirrows Ladies Hand Bags Lamps Pocket Books Lamp globes Men's, women's and chil Lanterns dren's hose Clothes lines Children's Corset Waists Clothes pins Elastic Fire shovels Canvass Gloves Coal Scuttles Infants Bootees Iron roasters Lace Curtains Bread pans Towels Wash boards Table Damask Oil cans All kinds of Notions Complete line of cups, sau- Enamel ware cers and plates. Tinware Good window shades for 25c Glassware, etc. A Few Pieces of Chevoits Worth 12 l-2c, for only 10c These are only a few of the many articles to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 October 1910

THE TEXAS MESQU1I EK JOHN I. DAVIS, Cd.tor and Proprietor MESQU1TE, - TEXAS A mustache can come back. The frost la on the Sunday achool picnic. It will take a snow storm to do •way with straw hats. Outside the slight chill of this weather, can you beat it? The best of aviators often coma down when they least expect to. While the aeroplane Is still In Ita Infancy, It Is a very husky Infant Guess they will discard the hobbla aklrt now. Fashion says It's passe. In the matter of Joy riding It Is be- coming harder than ever to tell a steal from a borrow. Aeroplane flights and balloon races are fascinating, but think how good the walking Is! If the world Is going Insane, some modern music must be consciously written for the future. If your digestion is bad It's because fou lack "sand." A spoonful with •ach meal, says the doctor. Boys In Chicago public schools are to take up sewing. Why assume bachelorhood for them so early In the day? Not all meil are poets, says a re- viewer of current v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 October 1910

n 1 ADVERTISING A CENTUHY AGO II: .1 Was Ter e and Very Much to the Point—Example* of Early Day Work. The advertising business has made such rapid strides In Just the last few .years that a glimpse of the ads print- ed In the newspapers of a century ago forms an interesting commentary of those times. On November 16, 1801, the New York Evening Post came ilnto existence with a four-page Issue, five columns wide. More than half ■the space was devoted to advertise- ments, which shows not only that the •early publishers knew which side their bread was buttered on, but also |that advertising was considered a good business principle by our mer- chant forefathers. It Is the quality (rather than the quantity which has changed with the years, as a few sam- ples will go to show: "FOR SALE, Gin In pipes; large and small green Bottle Cases, com- plete; Glass-Ware, consisting of tum- blers, decanters, &c.; Hair Brushes, long and short; black and blue Dutch Cloth; Flour, By Frederick Do Poy- 8...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 October 1910

/ I III 11 5§® if i| ? ' • •*■■ * rn TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, En. and Pub. PU Ll8HKI> fcJVKKY FkIDAY At "®1csquitv0, Texas. Entered In the poatofflco at Mea- •fnite, Texas, as Bocoud cIuhs mutter. ASSQC\£} Friday, October 28, 1910. Democratic Nominees. ?of the Legislature, Place No. 1: h. rk1d 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. WH1TKHURST. For Co-jiuy 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 F. BRANDENBURG. fir County Treasurer: II. L. ERWIN. For County Superintendent: MILLARD F. IIORTON. .For 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. For Public Weigher, Precinct No. 4:...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 October 1910

/ Popular Coat Sweaters These garments afford protection against the colc without hamper- ing the wearer's use of his arms. We are showing a large and well assorted stock in all sizes and col- ors, at prices from z 50c to $5.00 ■Hi MAKE AIM FOR OUR STORE If your aim in life is to economize and to have for your everyday use dependable goods at the lowest possihle price, we ask you, not for our sake, nor for this town's sake, nor for the sake of anything but your pocketbook and your bank account,to make aim for our store and hit the center of economical buying. In Our Millinery Department We are receiving new goods daily and are fully prepared to fill every want in this line from in- fancy to old age. Beautiful China Set Free See the handsome 42 piece china ?ets we are giv- W B Corsets A poor Corset will often spoil a good figure, on the other hand a good corset made in the right way, will give style even to a poor figure—and makes even an inferior garment look well. All good features...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 October 1910

"T tliMDM*1 ! W Wii * iltW(# Wl ill ! If i I I J f !; 'X H ANOTHER WOMAN JURED By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Black Duck, Minn.—"About a year ago I wrote you that I was sick and could not do anj of my housework. My sickness was called Retroflexion. When 1 would sit down I felt as if I could not fet up. I took ,ydia E. Piukham'a vegetable Com- pound and did just as you told me and now I am perfectly cured, ana hare a big baby boy." — Irs. Anna Anderson, Box 10, Black )uck, Minn. Consider This Advice. No woman should submit to a sur [until she has given Lydia" E. Pinkham's [Vegetable Compound, made exclusive- | xiv n v*uuu ouuuiu duwuuv wu m otirffi* cal operation, which may mean death, [until jVew ay from roots and herbs, a fair triaL , This famous medicine for women pas for thirty years proved to be the {most valuable tonic and invigoratorof the female organism. Women resid- ing in almost every city and town in the United States bear willing testl- jmonv to the wonderful v...

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