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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 October 1910

Gay Winter Blossoms V . t I ) '$ THEY are enough to almost make us welcome the coming winter, fthose gay velvet blossoms that maids <«nd matrons are wearing on their «iew millinery. Big, flat popples, tgiant wild roses, the clematis and (Polneettlas and some blossoms that tnuat have sprung from the brain of the flower-maker, are blooming In jrlch, bright colors, that will show brighter still against a background of •now. Besides these, there are the little roses made of silk and metal tissues that are the quaintest and prettiest things the cunning of artists have done. The bright green foliage is made of satin. The tightly folded Wossoms and buds are set In prim Croups about crowns or In single clus- ters at Bome point on the hat. They are used on all kinds of hats, but seem at their best on those of fur. One of the handsomest turbans has a drooping brim of sealskin, a tall scant puffed crown of silver tissue and small bouquets of these silk and tin- sel blossoms set about the ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 October 1910

0; 5;8|P: TAKE IT OFF, YOU WILL WANT THAT ; Y SOME DAY. TUCK ITAWAY in the Bank AMDXET it csrowand fWORK For YOU. 9fo-'4^1 in. fk. %a^u Lxtravaganee is the greatest crime of the rge, Are you living beyond your means? Are you saving a part of your income? If not, BEWARE! Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank Of Mesquite f Additional Local. «in« t I Mrs. W. B. Schrimshire of Port Worth, is visiting relatives here. J. F. McCullough went to Wylie Sunday, returning home the following day. Cotton Receipts. Cotton receipts in the local yard up to the time of going to press aggregate 3,325 bales. Prices for the week have ranged from 14 cents up to 14.50 and the Indications are that it will be higher than the last named tigure before this paper is printed. Seed cotton has been selling at 5 to 5.10. Edwar<i Union — Long Creek M. 56 1.01 Kleburg Union 38 .60 Greepwood " 23 .48 PloasantMoundB.— .— KILLS A MURDERER. A merciless murderer is Ap- pendicitis with many victims. But Dr. K...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 November 1910

—77 5 W ' 7%< ■' m IsllP™ '>ff i '&tr iM .,- ■:-t m ffiCXOS By John E. Davis* MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1910 Vol. XXIX No. 19 WORK ON WELL TO BEGIN MONDAY All Details Were Agreed On By Contractor and Com- mittee Wednesday. T. E. SHUTT GETS CONTRACT Well To Be Located in West Part of Town. The executive committee in charge of the well proposition held a meeting Friday night and opened bids on the boring of the well. There were a number of bids but the best one was sub- mitted by T. E. Shutt of Dallas. Mr. Shutt was given to under- stand that his bid would be ac- cepted bat that the committee did not care to make a contract until more funds were in sight. Sincn that time, additional subscriptions have been received and although the full amount has not been subscribed ihe com- mittee knows that the balance needed will be forthcoming They held another meeting Wednesday afternoon, at which Mr. Shutt was present and to- gether they went over and agreed on the details....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 November 1910

Tlib I fcXAS MESQU1TER I I mi JONN C. DAVIS. Iflltar ■< Pro rl«tor MES QUITE, - - • TBXAS Isn't it strange how automobiles won't take a Joke? Possibly (he society smuggler is only a kleptomaniac. Further, an aeroplane, judiciously handled, lays golden eggs. Portland cement Is to be cheaper— have you tried digesting it? Summer keeps running back for Just one more parting word. Detroit goat eata a $10 bill. Well, what goat ever got indigestion from •wallowing ten bones? The new five-dollar bills will be •mailer, says an exchange. Easier to break, too, we presume. King Alfonso is afraid he may lose his throne. Foolish boy!—why didn't he put It in his wife's name? These are fine days to find mush- rooms. If you feel ill the next day, you'll know that you didn't New York waiter buys $100,000 worth of government bonds. "All things come to him who waits." Wild grapes are very scarce this fall, says the Boston Globe, but the •our variety are still plentiful enough. A French duke has invi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 November 1910

4 ;'v AFTER SUFFERING ONEJEAR Cared by Lydia E. Pink- ham'sVegetable Compound Milwaukee, Wis. — "Lydia E. Pint :,1tam'a Vegetable Compound has made me a well woman, and I would like to toll the whole world of it. I suffered fromfemale trouble and fearful pains In my back. I had the best doctors and they all decided that I had a tumor in addition to my female trouble, and advised an opera- tion. Lydia E. i Vegetable Compound made me a well woman and I have no mora fcockache. I hope I can help others by filing them what Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound has done for pe."—Mrs. EmmaImsb, 833 First St., ^Milwaukee, Wis. The above i3 only one of the thou- aands of grateful letters which are constantly being received by the Pinkliam Medicine Company of Lynn, Mass.,which prove beyond a doubtthai Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com. pound, made from roots and herbs, actually does cure these obstinate dis- ieases of women after all other mean# have failed, and that every such suf. ©ring woma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 November 1910

TEXAS MESIililTEB. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. PUBLigHKD KVERY FRIDAY At Mksquith, - Texas Entered iu the postoffloo at Me* qnit'-. Texan, us secnd class matter. CC^S^COU^fjy? S Assoc*A Friday. November 4. 1910. Democratic Nominees. For the Legislature. Place No. Is II. RE ID WILLIAMS. For the Legislature, Place No. 3: JOHN E. .DAVIS. For Judge 68th District Court: .i . iiUii'.KT' For Judge Criminal District Court: R. B. SEAY. For Judge, County Court-at-Law: W. F. WHITKHUIIST. ' 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 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 Constable, Precinct No. 4: E. N. TERRY. For Public Weigher, Precinct No. 4: W. B. STAMPES. Walter We...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 November 1910

•Ml,;;:;! v: 'J:;v**■ ! : Winter Is Drawing HOME OF LOW PRICES Near Are You Ready? -WE ARE - Prepared with winter goods of every de- scription. We bought our large stock early and can sell you at Moderate Prices Millinery We keep abreast tne times. New goods received daily. Buy your fa'.l hats here and save money. Men's and Boys* Hats; any style, any price. Underwear For boys and girls, ladies nnd men. One and two piece t^ui«ss. We have your size in heavy, medium or light weight. Dress Goods Swell lot? Well I guess so. Ladies see- ing our stock, exclaim: "Wo are surpris- ed to see such a swell assortment in Mes- quite." Sweater Coats in all sizes; 50c to $5.00. Cotton Bats, at 40c roll, ready f r qui'ts. Outings a n d Canton Flannell at 5c per yard and up. MNW i-iffai::,. awikSE: iJaSKsi ;jbi5Li Has It For Less Michigan Salt Buy now. Our car is almost sold out. It's the best salt .vou have seen in years. Furs To fit all sizes from infants to grown ups at our usual low prices. Capes ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 November 1910

SOUTHERN HOG FEED Necessity of Raising More Home Grown Feeds for Profit. Bulletin From Georgia Experiment Station Points Out How Money May Bo Made Raising Swine on Soy Beans and Peanuts. In Dulletlu 87 of the Georgia sta- tion, P. N. Flint of the Georgia exper- iment station maintains that, In view of the increasing price of commercial feedstuff, more homegrown feeds must be used in order "to make money in growing swine." He insists more attention should be given in the south to the growing of beans, Span- ish peanuts, cowpeas and corn as hog feed, and he reports experiments, which show "that pork can be pro- duced more cheaply when soy beans, Spanish peanuts and skim milk are made a part of the ration than when coru and shorts alone are fed." One lot of pigs of an average weight of 77 pounds were fed at the beginning of the experiment "3.3 pounds of corn and shorts per pig. The ration was gradually increased until toward the end of the experi- ment they were consuming 5.3 pounds pe...

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

%f|l| ul / I Remodeled Hat ***' • <" , ' '" C HATS with wide, or moderately wide brims, have been much the same as to their brim outlines for several seasons, but variations have been evident in crowns. The possessor of a good velvet hat feels that it should do service for two or even three seasons and last year's hat •with a graceful brim and a new up- to-date crown gives as much satisfac- tion, if not a little more, to the home economist, as spick and span new millinery. The cleverness of the milliner is put to the test, to either replace the old crown with a new one, or put the trimming on the hat so that the out- line of the old crown Is concealed or changed. As it happens the t^sk is not so difficult this season because puffed crowns are much favored, that Is, crowns made of puffs of silk or vel- vet. Furthermore, trimming pieces, especially fancy feathers, are large ONE OF THE LATEST MODELS Dainty Dress In White Cotton Voile, W:th Rose Design Printed on Material. This is ve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 4 November 1910

K SK v ' fe': i m ftfc,:; EM ■■ THIS IS A SCIENTIFIC Fact and simply Means THAT NOTHltfG,SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS! All Business success BEGIN5 WITH MONEY IN THE BANK « jM\*iV THE sooner you begin to save money, the sooner you will have money. Begin banking your money and you will find more pleasure in saving than in spending. Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank Of Mesquite I Additional Local. i r IW WI MIHtl Smith/Coats. • Henry Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Smith, northeast of town, and Miss Maggie Coats, daughter of Mrs." Mollie Coats, were married at the home of Tom Lemaster Sunday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock by Rev. G. C. Garri- son. They are excellent young people and have the best wishes of their many friends. New Carrier To Be Named. The resignation of E. V. Pas- chall, rural mail carrior on route 2, has been accepted and an ex- amination will be held at Dallas on November 19, for the filling of the vacancy. Something like half a uozen residents of this eection have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 November 1910

Id ? •s •d i- d is ft jt J on n She ®cxas illcoquitcr. ill v "« By John E. Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1910 Vol.XXlXNo.2'J DEMOCRATS SWEEP COUN- TRY ON LAST TUESDAY They Carry Many States Heretofore Republican and Capture Congress. The elections held throughout the country Tuesday resulted in a veritable landslide for theDem ocrats. Besides the states nor- ltnlly Democratic, they elected governors in New York, Massa- chusetts, New Jersey, Connec- ticut, Colorado, Oregon, Wyom- ing, North Dakota and Ohio. Missouri also returned to the 0 Democratic fold by a good ma- jority. In Tennessee, the fu- sionists, made up of independent Democrats and Republicans, and headed by Hooper, Republican, for governor, and Enloe, Demo- LISTEN! Santa Claus is on his way to Mesquite and is going to make his head- quarters at Will Bovell's Variety Store on the west side of the square. CHILDREN I will let you know just exactly when he will he here. He has already shipped in some or his go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 November 1910

ft I III I H ■ I 1 1 I Kp'':-v mi• Jm '' :-T" < • wiMral %'vifA 1 I \ ■ i I" [v THE TEXAS MESQUlTEk *JOIIN f. D/WIS, fditur and Proprietor MESQUITE, - . TBXA3 Let us have only denatured automo- bile races. Are the auto races trying to make bull fights appear humane? Still, at Its new price, radium wtll hardly be a substitute for coal. The new SB bills will be smaller. That's appropriate—they act smaller. " " I Connecticut woman earned $10,000, last year selling eggs—the real thing. So far none of our aviators has been successful enough to break Into vaude* vllle. SWAMP LAND FARMS Work cf Reclamation Has Been Going Steadily On. Total of 130,000 Square Miles—About 83,000,000 Acres of Wet Land in Different Sections of Country Already Surveyed. HOME-MADE GRAIN ELEVATOR All the pessimist can see In an aero- bian flight is a big crowd and a stilt neck. A Buffalo man was given five years tor stealing a cent Something of a oentence, that New York bank thief collapsed when be was arrested...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 November 1910

/ l(T> COLDS BREED CATARRH Her Terrible Experience Shows How Peruna Should Be in Every Home to Prevent Colds. Mrs. C. S. Safe r e e r, S811 Wood- land Ave., K a n ■ aa City, Ma, ■writes: "I feel It A duty to you and to others that may be af- flicted like myself, to apeak for Peruna. "My trou- ble first came after la *r 1 p p e * 1 g h t or nine years ago, a gath- ering In my head and neuralgia. I su ft e r e d most all the lime. My noee, ears and eyes were badly affected for the last two years. I think from your ifleserlptlon of Internal catarrh that I must have had that also. I suffered very severely. "Nothing ever relieved me like Pe- runa. It keepB me from taking cold. "With the exception of some deaf- ness I am feeling perfectly cured. I am forty-six years old. "I feel that words are inadequate to axpresa my praise for Peruna.'* Catarrh In Bad Form. Mrs. Jennie Darling, R. F. T5. 1, Smyrna Mills, Maine, writes: "I was unable to do my work for four years, as I had catarrh in a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 November 1910

MIffi I w If. TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. 'Published Every Kkiday A i mksquitk, Texas. Entered In the post-offloe at Men iliite, Texas, as second class matter. gou/vrp ASSOC! ^ Friday, November 11, 1910. Pay your poll tax. A Crown, but no king. "Wanted—A Commercial club. To Mayor Mose Harris, San Antonio, Texas: Where were you when the cyc.one came? TEDDY, EXIT. Theodore Roosevelt has met his Waterloo, for which the Lord be praised. In New York he whipped the old guard Repub- licans, nominated the ticket and dictated the platform. After that he made the tight of his life for the ticket which went down in ignominious defeat Tuesday. His lifelong personal friends went under, his congressional district—yea Oyster Bay, his own home went with the Demo- cratic landslide. Massachusetts, !^ew Jersey, Connecticut, Ohio —practically every place that felt the touch of his blightening influence—rolled up Democratic majorities that stamped them as American f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 November 1910

I Dress Goods, Flannels, Ticking, Canvas, Table linen, Suspenders, Coats, Suits, Trunks, Carpet warp, Brushes, Pins, Toilet powder, Face powder, Purses, Millinery, Capes, Shirtwaists, Domestics, Sheeting, Shirting, Oil cloth, Towels, Work belts, Pants, Suit cases, Cotton bats, Combs, Needles, Talcum powder, Face cream, Hand bags, Parasols, Cloaks, Skirts, Ladies' suits, DO US A FAVOR Underwear for Ladies, Misses, Children and Infants, Corsets, Heavy work pants and coats, Go to Dallas, Garland, Forney or any other competing town near Mesquite and get prices on the lines we handle, then come and get our prices, and we guarantee to save you a handsome sum on your Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery and Groceries. Herein we give you a few items on which we can save you money: Carpets, Matting, Rugs, Linoleum, Floor oil cloth, Art Svuares, Muslin underwear, Ladies', Has It For Less Misses', and Children's Sweat- ers, Scarfs, and Toques, Furs, Hair goods, Back combs, Sid...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 November 1910

THE LEMUR A CHARMING PET I Eha In Hit "Natur«ll t on the Prowl" Describes Little Animal—Serv- ants Afraid of Him. Pets are of all sorts. One of the most amusing and attractive Is de- scribed by Eha In his "Naturalist on the Prowl." This little animal was a lemur, and besides many gentle and caressing ways, It seemed as If It possessed a certain sense of humor. Bays Eha: "I used to take Its soft hand and examine Its pretty nails. Each hand had one long. Bharp claw. Such a curious arrangement puzzled me, un- til one day a flea showed me the use of that claw. It bit the lemur under the ribs. I expect the little beast had reason to be thankful that nature had spared one toe when It promoted It to the order of four-handed animals. There never was a more charming pet. He took life so gayly, and the antics were so original. When my man let him out of his cage In the morn- ing, he would scamper straight to my bedroom, look round with large eyes brimming over with mild curiosity, and, lightl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 November 1910

V I ( / M L_j LJ MOH Li A Lover's Lobster By DONALD ALLEN Copyrighted, lyio, by Associated Literary Presa Miss Kitty Henderson bought all her shoes at Spilth & Brown's. She didn't do so because she had any •wish to keep the Arm out of bank- ruptcy, but because Horace Walpole White was one of the clerks, because he complimented her on her Instep, because she was a stenographer, be- cause Horace was a fine young man, and because, In time, they became good friends—and more. Mr. Walpole was no villain. He was earning a fair salary and lived with his widowed mother. He had thoughts of matrimony. When Miss Kitty came along with her number two-and-a-half feet, with a high and dainty Instep, he quite lost his heart. He had paid more attention to the tnstep than to the face, but MIsb Kitty had a fair-looking face and figure. Miss Kitty also lived with her wid- owed mother. She also earned a sal- ary of $12 per week. She never even glanced at the young man's feet, and cared not a cent whe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 11 November 1910

m§ [ te P{s*if I m >A. MS. te>U, JfRE, BEST LESSON. A DOLLAR SAVED E ■- AS. , .;' IS ADOLUAR. EARNED: if 'M00- ffiacAftwxl "¥~ " r ^ /tJ _ A vi /7/7 i PI ;<w •'* I? No one's education is conplete if he has not learned to save his hard-earned dollars. How many times in youa life have you wished you had the money you knew you had thrown away foolishly, Make Our BANK Year BANK The First National Bank CM Mesquite I ?*444 * ff W*Pf^ Dr. D. H. HiKlgins of Fornfjy, was here Friday. Rev. J. Prank Smith of Dallas, delivered a splendid lecture en- titled "The Ei'vest of the Ante*' at the Christian church Friday night. The town cwurcil held rte regu- lar monthly meeting Thatrsday night of last waek and transact ed some business of an unim- portant character. Arthur Ebrite, whose home is at Muncie, Ind., but -who has a traveling position, spent Sunday night here, a guest at the hone of his uncle, L. C. Ebrite. The public term of the Mes- quite High School began Monday with all six teac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 November 1910

son ir- it s8- ®he Sexas ittesqniter. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1910 = Vol. XXIX No. 21 SEVEN TEACHERS NOW EMPLOYED IN MESQUITE Increased Attendance Caused Board To Employ Another Teacher, Although the scholastic census of the Mesquite Independent School district is just 290, the enrollment in school is now near- ly 350 and likely to be still Want List When you want anything that is supposed to be car- ried in an up-to-date variety store, don't fail to come in. What about a lantern, lamp, globes, burners or wicks; matches, soda o r soap; plates, cups and sau- cers; cream pitcher, sugar bowl or spoon holder; spoons, knives and forks; goblets, plain or fancy tum- blers; buckets, dippers, strainers, pudding and milk pans; water and suds dip- pers; milk skimmers, ladels. all kinds cake and pie pans, frying pans, bread pans and roasters; butter molds, rolling pins, clothes pins and churn dashers; towels, laces embroidery, hose, gloves, handkerchiefs, all kin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 18 November 1910

m •> I • ! I THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN I. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietsr MESQU1TE, - TEXAS Build, do not knock. la It really autumn at last? If a ben la a bird, what la a bird? Dynamiters are criminals of the low- •at type. There were high fliers even before ke days of airships. In a dirigible balloon there la so- (Where to go but away. Whoever named It the "dirigible" balloon ahould try again. Fly paper is not a good antidote for typhoid, but It may be a preventive. E An aviation meet is equal to an ira season for bringing a spell of weather. r« Those customs Inspectors are be- ing so expert that they can actual- smell Jewelry. pwn In p Cholera has gone to Siberia—of its notion. If it would only stay there perpetual exile I Now approaches the season when (he chauffeurs of balloons will have to take their vacations. That woman Joy rider who stole cab- bages seems to have had one con- aaaled in her drum-major bat This country has raised 1,096,000,000 Irashels of oats during the past ...

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