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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 March 1909

®lie ®cxae iHcsquitec. State Librarian Capitol By John E. Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 12,1909 Vol. XXVII No. 37 / lV, J A y THE MAGIC TOUCH ©F 'mm "■mm* I ING TmBnTTr""" "" i -ffWgi % Spring is with us once again and all the world seems full of gladness. We think it is a fitting time to thank our friends for their liberal pattronage during the past season. Our new spring goods are ready U be looked at, priced or bought. The season s best designs beckon you here. Come any day—come and look and you will buy. A Name What is u name? We answer, "Whatever you choose to make that name stand for." Ours stand for the foremost of ideas and most pro- gressive of methods. We strive to be "right" on our products and "right" on our prices. To have BOTH always better than anyone else. You will lind us headquarters for tail- or-made suits. Men's Shirts For Spring A new assortment of Perguson-McKinney make are complete and include an unusually novel collection of designs. They are shown in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 March 1909

I THE TEXAS MESQUITEg EVENTS BOILED DOWN JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Prop. DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAP- PENINGS SERVED UP IN ATTRACTIVE STYLE. mesqtjite. ... texas Advice to the Agud. Somewhat precise advice muet bo given with regard to bodily exercises In their reference to longevity. Exer- cise Is essential to the preservation of health; inactivity is a potent cause of wasting and degeneration. The vigor and equality of the circulation, the functions of the skin and the aeration of the blood, are all prompted by mus- cular activity, which thus keeps up a proper balance and relation between the Important organs of the body, in youth, the vigor of the system is often bo great that if one organ be sluggish another part will make amends for the deficiency by acting vicariously, and without any consequent damage to It- self. In old age, the tasks cannot be thus shifted from one organ to an- other; the work allotted to each suffi- ciently taxes its strength, and vicari- ous action cannot be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 March 1909

THESTATE LEGISLATURE 7 'I SENATE ADOPTED HOUSE RESO- LUTION TO ADJOURN SINE DIE MARCH 13. GOVERNOR SIGNS MORE BILLS One Bill Effects Retail Druggists. Many Important Bills Introduced. Austin: At 1:08 o'clock Saturday morning the State Senate adopted the House resolution to adjourn sine die on March 13. This makes it certain that there Is to be a called session, and the question Is, "Who has the but- ton?" It seems quite clear that Gov. Campbell did 'hot want the Legislature to adjourn so soon. Representative Ful- ler, who originated the sine die ad- journment resolution in the House Friday attempted to get the House to recall the resolution, but a point of order sustained by the Speak- er prevented him from getting a vote upon the recall. Mr. Fuller is the au- thor of the 2c fare bill. Recovery of School Lands. The Administration measures pro- viding for the recovery of school lands that are alleged to have been taken fraudulently from the State were act- ed upon by the House Commit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 March 1909

THE TEXAS MESQUITER, Ono Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Publishkj) Every Fkiday At Mesquitk, - - Texas. Entered in the postotttce at Mes- ulte, Texas, as second class matter. ASSOC) A Friday, March 12, 1909. The Ananias Club will now sink into oblivion. Let us hope that Teddy took the Big Stick with him to private life. Senator Thomas went to the Senate too soon. If he had served throughout one session as a committee clerk he would have known better. Col. Cecil A. Lyon, official pie dispenser for Texas during Kcosvelt's administration, is not able just yet, so Washington dis- patches say, to tell just where he is at. Speaker Kennedy cites pre- cedent for his action in allowing pay to a young woman stenogra- pher forty four days before she reported for duty. A precedent is all right—provided it is right. The Garland News and Grand Prairie Texan appear to take de- light in referring to Richardson as a village of 216 souls. We wonder if either Editor Holford or Editor Sim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 March 1909

W-' -X:'1 & T Ifl \ t -fy 1*! R ., . ,*,. •W>W "W -TTTTVTW TT STYLES ^ C- / CORRECT JV A In SPRING MILLINERY We liuve the largest and most complete line of millinery ever shown here. Something new —something out of the or- dinary, purchased in person by our trimmer direct from — the Northern and Eastern fashion This kind of showing is not to be where, therefore, if you want things, come to us. Leave Our line of pattern and not be excelled. WE INTER© That every transaction shall be so satisfactory to every customer that it may become a real pleasure for them to extendi us their patronage. Should you find cause for complaint,—"SHOW US." <« - • v BUTTERI-JK PATTERNS A Are Best .V Free Fashion sheet for April, for the asking. Phone us if you want one mailed to you FREE OF COST. Patterns sent by mail Phone 67. April patterns and Delink eators now on sale. centers, found else- the newest us your orders, tailored hats can- A ✓ NEW DRESS GOODS NEW SPRING SUITS Just received today ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 March 1909

i afc*' . m |g i, y< ' m W ,'Y" - :i#5v "fiM THJfl 8TATK OF TEXAS. fctato of Texas, County of Dallas Iq the name of the State of Texas and county of Dallas, to the sheriff or any constable of Dallas county, Texas, grouting: You are hereby commanded to make publication of this citation and notice toy publishing' the same In some news- paper published in said county one time a week for eight consecutive weeks previous to the first Monday in April, A. D. 1909, the same being the 6th day of April. A. D. 1909, the re- turn day hereof, to-wit: In the name of the State of Texas and county of Dallas directed to Cockrell's Fairlund Addition Company, a private corpora- tion organized and existing under the laws of the State of Texas and at one time maintaining its principal office in the city of Dallas. Dallas county. Texas, but which plaintiff's attorney makes oath thai he believes and is in- formed has long since ceased to main- tain its principal office or any office of any kind at Dall...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 March 1909

DURING THE 8H0PPING. NEWS FKOM OYER TEXAS / / / The total estimated income of Ft. Worth for 1909 is placed at $033,000. An average or about fifty bales of potton are marketed on the streets of Brady dally. ( The 2-year-old daughter of W. D. 'Hoover, who resides north of Dublin on rural route No. 9, was drowned in a well Friday. A regular fifteen-minute street car Ftrvice wa3 put on at Mineral Wells Sunday by the Mineral Wells and l.akewood Fark Street railway. After sixty-one years' residence in Dallas County, Mrs. Irene Perry died Tuesday at her home In Cedar Hill, twenty-four miles from Dallas. There are being erected In Tyler many substantial homes and on the South Side in particular a half doaen handsome residences are under con- struction. The receipts at the Sherman post- office for the month of February, 1909, compared with the receipts in same month in 1908 show a net increase lu excess of $200. Under the hew city charter of Ft. Worth, which will be presented to the Legislat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 March 1909

The Office Boy. I see from the papers that thf let the public see his pretty sox, then it makes me tired and 1 hear remarks enough to con- cluded that it strikes the general public in about the same way. S'Long, Thk Kid. The Lurid Glow Of Doom was seen in the red face, hamh Legislature will adjourn next Saturday, after having been in session only sixty days. They are now getting $5.00 a day but if they continued in session after next Saturday they would only uret $2.00 a day for the remainder .. , • * rtr u <5"> on 'i <l'iv and body of the little son of 11. of the session. Well, $-'.00 a aa> , , , , ,,.;w M. Adams, of Henrietta, Fa. llis is not enough but it stakes me .. . .i . i ,«■ * thom awtul plight from eczema had, that the law what makes tnem . , . ,, ,• i c. .. tsA ,iu„c for tive years, defied all remedies get only that much after 60 days . ■ . , ' , , ;t- t| and bullied the best doctors, who is a good thing, because it tueii . i f >i- an o au v mi | said the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 March 1909

AO«TiW TEXAig Hoa Thos B Love Capitol ®he <Eevets ittcsqnitcc. By John E, Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 19,1909 Vol. XXVII No. 38 MiSKKMK When You View What is Going on at Our Store in the Way of 4 SPRING PREPARATION And the arrival af great cases of clean and desirable merchandise, you will place us among the pro- gressive stores of the land. Our reputation as a live wire will never be lowered but will be improved. New Ideas in Spring Millinery A magnificent showing of trimmed dress and street hats at prices in keeping with our policy, to give you the very best values that is possible for any store to give. Our collection of new spring headwear baffles description. Originals and reproduction of French models, every new style and shape of the new season is here. We are foremost in millinery, and are better equipped than ever before to give the most ex- clusive ideas. Styles that possess character and individu- ality, at prices that are right. We direct attention to the sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 March 1909

THE TEXAS MESQUlTBg JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Pro* J'W i in® | 1 R lit I" I; i !>.' I II If I I I • Iff ' SSH i#v MESQUITE, - - TEXAS The pen point production of Bir- mingham, England, la 220,000,000 a week. Writers of melodrama no doubt view the Invention of the noiseless gun with alarm. There Is quite a crop of men who "look like Lincoln," but there the re- semblance stops. An exchange says we are threat ened with an orange war. Navel bat- tle, eh? A Chicago man killed himself be cause he had gray hairs—and lacked gray matter, we should add. The Wisconsin professor who says that all children are liars must have disagreeable neighbors. If vaudeville In airships really is in troduced the business of star gazing should take on considerable impetus EVENTS BOILED DOWN Now they are using rope ladders in New York to effect burglaries. What are romantic elopers going to do? A Duluth minister has invented an anti-sWear stovepipe. But why should ministers feel the need of such inven- tio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 March 1909

IHE STATE LEGISLATURE CHAOTIC CONDITIONS EXIST. CON- FUSION BEING ESPECIALLY NOTICABLE IN HOUSE. / w ' SPECIAL SESSION CONVENES / Governor Signs Few Bills. Many New Ones Are Introduced In Both Branches. Austin: At 2:40 o'clock Saturday afternoon (true time), but at 10 o'clock a. in. by the House clock, Gov. Camp- bell sent to the Legislature a procla- mation ordering it to convene in special session at 2 o'clock. In this he submitted the six so-called plat- form demands which have not been voted upon by both houses. There were ten platform demands in all. Austin: Proceedings in the Legis- lature during the last few days and nights, especially in the House, have been so chaotic, and rules have been followed so loosely that is has been exceedingly difficult, and at times im possible, to make intelligent reports. The legislators have violated the eight hour law, the fourteen-hour law, the sixteen-hour law, the full-crew law and the Sunday law, working such long hours that they are fagg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 March 1909

! I w \M I THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Pubushkd Every Friday At Mesquitu, Texas. Entered In the postotflce at Mes- u!te, Texas, as second class matter. If there is a man in the Union entitled to a swelled head, it is Uncle Joe Cannon, who always manages to come out on top. The Palestine Herald asks the Dallas Times Herald to amend its "on to" list—"on to Cleburne, on to Jacksboro, by adding "on to Palestine, ' to which the Mesquiteii offers another amendment—on to Ter- rell. ASSOCV^ Friday, March 19,1909. THE WAY OF THE TRANS- GRESSOR IS HARD. Once more we have a striking example of the truth of the quo- tation that heads this article. A. M.Kennedy is a bright fellow, he has had long legislative ex- perience. He was honored by re-election to the legislature over a good man and he was honored by his fellow members with the highest office within their gift— that of Speaker, an office carry- ing with it much honor and po- litical power. Kennedy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 March 1909

Spring Opening of Fashionable Millinery SATTTPDAV MARCH — New Spring Suits Every style creation that Dame Fashion favors for Spring in Women's Dress, semi'*Dress and Tailored hats, and the many models to be shown at McCullough's Saturday are refreshingly original, The most comprehensive and sumptuous display of Millinery ever shown in Mesquite. Represented are the smartest conceptions that the cleverest designers have created for adorning "Milady" this Spring. There are hats with all kinds of crowns, with and without brims, in every kind of straw, And such a variety of wonderful flowers—small flowers, great bunches of lilacs, violets, corn flowers, small roses, rose buds, forget-'me-'nots, etc. In the same tone with these in harmony shading, or in delicate contrast, there will be much velvet ribbon; also fruit in a great varitey and jet ornaments and beaded bands, and the straws themselves with wonderful colorings, stimulating the artistic designer to his best. "We invite your inspe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 March 1909

iwpfKi mm ■ TB AT, m s IDNEYS IAOCER ■PMAND^H SEED OATS W I Per Salter's catalog paee itg. I I Lareer.t growers of M«d oats, wheat, barley, I I spelt/, corn, potatoes, grasses and clovers ami I I farm seeds in the world. Uig catalog free :or, 1 Isend lOo in stamps and receive sample ofl I Billion Dollar Grass, yielding 10 tons of hay I I per acre. oats, speltz, barley, etc., easily worth I I S10. OO of any man's money to get a start with. I land catalog free. Or, send l4o and we add a| ■ sample farm seed novelty never seen before [ by you. SAUER SEED CO.. Bai W.la Cross.. Wit. STopVi^ Worrying f ' V_ _ akes you fbrdet your troublesfThe uice is fine didesfio SICK HEADACHE Positively cured by these Little Pills. They also relieve Dis- tress from Dyspepsia, In- d Itfest ion a nd Too Hearty Ealing- A perfect rem- edy for Dizziness, Nau- sea, Drowsiness, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coat- ed Tongue, Pain in the Bide, TOllPID LIVER. They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL. SMALL...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 March 1909

V' / 4> 1 tS V S® NEWS FROM OVER TEXAS WHAT WIFE SAYS "GOES." INHERITED KIDNEY TROUBLE. But It Sometimes Is Painting. Bad for the Could Feel It Constantly Gaining Ground as Time Passed. A TRAIN LOAD OF TOBACCO. August Lodner, mayor of Yorktown, died suddenly Thursday morning from heart trouble. A clean-up crusade has been started 1n Bonham and tl)v move is meeting ,wlth great success. ; Chief Quanah arker of the Co- munches and thirty-eight members of the tribe are in Fort Worth. Marie Ellis, aged ten years, was burned to death at her home five mile, east of Houston Thursday. A heavy snow is still falling over northwest Texas and it is now two feet deep on a level at Dalhart. A returning fishing party at San Angelo reports a catch of forty-six bass, the fish weighing from one to five and three-fourths pounds. Felix Mann of San Angelo has sold to Joe Short nine sections of land in West Tom Green and East Iron coun- ties for a consideration of $28,000. Eighteen hundreds bushels of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 March 1909

SSr^j if. lilt- Frog Pond. School will close in the Fond this week, and everybody will get ready to plant cotton. Everybody come out to Sunday School and singing. We thihk there will be more and better music tii be heard in connection with the new organ. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Anderson were in the Pond Sunday. Mrs. Weaver of Dallas, after spending a week with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dorris, has returned home. Mrs. R. E* Berry has a new incubatorand contemplates going into the poultry business. R. E. Berry visited C. L. Baker last Sunday. James Lumley gave a dinner to a number of friends and rel- atives last Sunday. We hear some talk of Miss Fannie McKenzie getting up a music class in the Pond. Miss Ola Sarkman is visiting in Dallas this week. We heard a young man say he was going West. We have not- iced him going that direction several times. The freeze was bad on Johnson grass, as ours got killed. WHITE'S Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. ICW...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 March 1909

AUSTIN TEX \fe Hon Thos U Love CapitoJ ®he ®e*n0 Jtlesqmter. By John E. Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 26,1909 Vol. XXVII No. 39 / ] 0HR EASTER SHOWING I Only a few days remain for you to make preperation for the "big show" in the way of dress, that usually takes place on this occassion. Every section of our store is ready for Easter, The accurate knowledge gained through years of meet- ing the critical requirements of our customers, has influenced our every selection of apparel, fabrics and accessories; you 11 find a note of individuality has been imparted. The styles and their newness are beyond criticism. Fall in line with the balance and make our store your shopping place, as we can satisfy your every want, and save you money. For Easter Thompson's glove fitting corsets, make glove fitting gowns, without strapping or tightly lacing the figure in an uncomfortable manner. These famous corsets have always stood foremost as the best with which to follow latest fashion. Our ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 March 1909

SERIAL STORY Mr.Barnes, American Br Archibald Clarering Gunter A Sequel to Mr. Barnes of New York Author ot "Mr. Bwnei of New York," "Mr. Potter of T«x* ," "Th«t Fnockmin." Etc. Copyrtgbt, l'JU7. OoOd Moad ± Co.. N. 7. SYNOPSIS. Burton H. Uarnes, a wealthy American touring Corsica, rescues the young Eng- lish lieutenant, 04ward Gerard Anstruth- er, and his Cor lcan bride, Marina, daughter p( the Paolls, from the mur- derous' vendetta, understanding that his reward ia'to be the hand of the girl he loves, Enid Anstruther, sister of the Eng- lish lieuMqaiit. The four fly from AJac- elo to Marseilles on board the French •learner,Constantlne. The vendetta pur- sues and, as the quartet are about to board theHrain for London at Marseilles, Marina' is handed a mysterious note which causes her to collapse and necessi- tates a postponement of the Journey. Barnes ahd Enid are married. Soon After thalr wedding Barnes' bride dis- appears".' Barnes discovers she has been kidnaped and taken to Cor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 March 1909

ROOSEVELT OFF FOR GREAT HUNT EX PRESIDENT SAILS AWAY TO DARK CONTINENT. y \ to BE IN AFRICA A YEAR Then He Will Travel and Speak in Europe—Three Skilled Naturalists and His Son Kermit Accom- pany Him. / New York.—Theodore Roosevelt, ex- I president of the United States, sailed out of New York harbor Tuesday on the steamer Hamburg of the Hamburg- American line on the way to his much- heralded hunting trip in British East Africa. On the dock was a large assemblage of Mr. Roosevelt's friends, who had gathered to bid him God-speed, and who cheered him as he stood at the rail of the steamer waving his hand and smiling with delight. Beside him stood the three men selected from hundreds of applicants to accompany him and assist him in collecting the specimens of African fauna which he hopes to send back for the enrichment of the Smithsonian Institution. These fortunate individuals were Maj. Ed- gar A. Mearns, J. Loring Alden and Edmund Heller. They comprise the Smithsonian's expedition. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 March 1909

THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mesquitk, Texas. Entered in the postolflce at Mes- uite, Texas, as second class matter. ^ggss ASSOCtA&S^ As an office-holder in Dallas under the present commission, PatO'Keefe claims to be a mem- ber of the city Democratic ex- ecutive Committee and has done all he could to prevent the nom- ination of Democratic candidates in opposition to the ticket of the Citizens' Associations candida- tes. Put doubtless realizes which side of his bread is but- tered, but it strikes us that the O'Keefe brand of Democracy is in neod of disenfectants. Write for 188 pa«e, beautifully illustrated catalog, address Ty- ler Commercial College, H. E. Byrne, President. Tyler, Texas. Friday, March 26, 1909. For City Marshal: J. T. Davis. A. J. Miller. R. B. Shankles. One by one, the families who left Mesquite for the West are coming back, sadder, often poor er, but wiser people. The announcement that Sen ator...

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