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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 January 1911

I /I) SENSATIONAL SALE FOR 10 BAYS Of a large and well selected stock of new and up to date Skirts, Shirt Waists, Cloaks, Capes and Overcoats. SKIRTS $12.00 Skirt $8.96 10.00 " 1: 7.95 8.00 " 5.95 6.50 " Xl'A 5.45 5.00 " 3.95 3.50 and $4.00 Skirts 2.95 MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S CLOAKS AND CAPES $5.00 4.50 4.00 3.50 2.50 values $3.95 " 3.65 " 3.15 " 2.65 1.95 LADIES' CLOAKS AND CAPES $15.00 values $11.15 10.00 " 7.95 7.50 " 6.45 5.00 44 3.95 3.50 " 2.95 MEN'S OVERCOATS A largo assortment of Mern's Overcoats' val- ues up to $10.00. Choice to close out.. .$0.85 SHIRT WAISTS Large lot of $1.25 and $1.50 Shirt Waists, to close out, at 85c Special low prices on all Suits and extra Trousers—Finck's Overalls; large stock in all sizes for men and boys. , Notary Public Fire Insurance Agent MMN ffr 'II % Local and Personal. III J A daughter was born to Geo. Lewis and wife on Dec. 31. J. A. Allen of Rio Viita, was' here on business a day or two this week. > - Joe Rugel left Monday for Waxahachi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 January 1911

mm ■Tiftknifi^fcaSS, ' why she was pleased. "Do you mean to tell me that you actually overcame that ancient antip- athy of youra for Mrs. Muggsby and called on her this afternoon?" said his Wis'a husband. "That's about the size of it/\ir<n>Ued tier husband's wife. ''And she was glad to see you?" "There isn't any doubt about it." 'AVhy do you think that?" "Well, 1 had on that old dress I've worn three seasons and a hat that is entitled to a prominent place in some mufeeum for antiauities, while she had Dn a new gown just from Paris. Oh, yes, I'm sure she was tickled to death, figuratively speaking, when I called." Mostly Hall. A New Yorker bought one of those line old colonial places down in Vir- ginia, principally on information from frfends. When he went down to see his man- sion he was much impressed by the great pillars, the spacious porch and, particularly, the great hall running from the front to the back of the house. He Inspected the place and came back to New York. "Wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 January 1911

For the Opera KSSWSSSMBS^R • WM 1L ps^Sirjj w> apCTw I Iftll / m m $3.50 RECiPE CURES WEAK KIDNEYS, FREE RELIEVES URINARY AND KIDNEY TROUBLES, DACKACHE, STRAIN- ING, SWELLING, ETC. Stops Pain In the Bladder, Kidney# and Back. Wouldn't It be nice within a week or so to begin to say goodbye forever to the ■caldlng, dribbling, straining, or too fre- quent passage of urine; the forehead and the back-of-the-head aches; the stltchcs and pains In the back; the growing mus- cle weakness; spots before the eyes; yel- low akin; sluggish bowels; swollen eye- lids or ankles; leg cramps; unnatural short .breath; sleeplessness and the de- apondencyY I have a recipe for these troubles that you can depend on, and If you want to make a QUICK RECOVERY, you ought to write and. get a copy of It. Many a doctor would charge you $3.BO Just for writing this prescription, but I have It and will be glad to send It to you entire- ly free. Just drop mo a line like this: Dr. A. E. Robinson, K-253 Luck Buildin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 6 January 1911

HI >JJNT GlgS@>& 9VGAIHST THE INVASION OMINANCIM TROUBLES. — No man, however wealthy he be, should be without a READY v„\S;i RESERVE for some quick business stroke which may yield him quick fortune. No business i-> a profitable business from which a man may not draw out some money and bank it. Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank Of Mesquite Additional c- % ****** Or \4> * (t Local. ******* 9-C-tO* J Presbyterian Church, During the holidays Misses Neppie and BpuImIi Weatherford visited Misses Lvdia and Laura Youngblood of Dallas, while Mrs. Younghlood, teacher of Uochran Chapel school, visited Mrs. Ella Weatherford of Lawson. Card of Thanks, My friends in and around Mes- quite were kind enough to re- member me on the beginning of the New Year with a nice box of useful articles and I take this method U> thank all thnsr who contributed and to wish for each of you a happy New Year. G. C. Garrison. At the Presbyterian church jnext Sunday Rev. G. A. Paris j ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 January 1911

State Librarian ®he Scxoo iUcoquitcr. By John E, Davis, Austin Letter. By The Editor. Austin, Texas, Jan. 10, 1911. The 32nd Legislature is now in session but it cannot be said to be in full swing, because it will take several days to com- plete the organization of the House. In fact little actual busi- ness will be done this week. Contrary to the expectation of the more ardent partisans and political enemies of the Junior United States Senator of Texas, the so called Bailey issue has not been brought prominently to the front. In fact it entered only slightly into the election for Speaker. Representative Bill of Denton, a strong Bailey man,was the campaign manager for Mr. Cox, equally as strong an anti- Bailey man. Mr. Caves, Mr. Gil- more's campaign manager. Mr. Highsmith,Mr. Stepter and other adherents of Mr. Bailey, support- ed Mr. Gilmore, another anti-Bai- ley man,and some anti- Bailey men favored Mr. Rayburn, who is an adherent of Senator Bailey. Mr. Rayburn's election as Spea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 January 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER ^JOHN E- DAVIS, tdltor and Proprietor MESQU1TE, TEXAS Weokless o'ltomoblle driving Is to be eliminated. And now will not the Pullman com- pany reduce the porter's tips? Don't mind the pessimistic weather prophftt'c prediction of a long winter. Flat-wheeled trolley cars and all auto horns are to be regulated In New York. The center of population, unlike most of the sons of Indiana, remains In that state. Tho United States army wants aero- planes. They will probably be manned by the flying divisions. Winter may be trying to keep It up until March. It began early and It lias been cold throughout I Siam is to have an aviation week, and so the march of up-todate civili- sation goes—or rather flies—merrily on. ; The new census of Berlin and its suburbs shows a population of 3,400,- 000. It is camping on New York's trail. 1 Overstudy killed a promising youth !n Baltimore, but there Is no danger of this malady ever becoming an epi- demic. A German has invented a noiseles...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 January 1911

♦ Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures all humors, catarrh and rheumatism, relieves that tired feeling, restores the appetite, cures paleness, nervousness, builds up the whole system. • Qet it today in usual liquid form of chocolated tablets called Saraatabs. CHILD'S GIFT REAL CHARM Rescued Father From Despondency and Proved the Foundation of Fortune. A cortain business man has a curl* bus little charm for his watch chain. He wouldn't sell it for $1,000; no, nor two, nor three. His little child gave ft to him one day wtien, as he says, he was "down." ] "I had lost every cent I had in the world, and there at my desk, my head on my arms, I was thinking of a possi- ble way to end It, when my little child came up to me and asked: 'What does "ruined" mean, papa?' And then I knew I had ben groaning loud enough to be heard and understood. 'You saM" f'rulned" paper. What does It mean?' "'It means I haven't any money, baby. Papa's a poor man.' The little feet pattered away, then back again, and here on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 January 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITE8, One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Publishkj) IivEav Friday At Mesquitk, • • Texas. Entered io tho postoffico Jit Mob- quite, Texas, us second class matter. ss^ssocS Friday, January 13, 1911. Pay you r poll tax and pay it no w. A statewide prohibition elec- tion will be held in Texas this year—pay your poll tax. Several towns in Texas are kicking about the census returns But the kicking will do no good and they had just as well grin and bear it. How would* you like to be a member of the Board of Educa- tion of Dallas? We had rather be assistant city scavenger of Pine Tree, Ark. Jake Wolters is at Austin, to help the now Legislature and the incoming administration get started off right. We wonder how Texas would ever manage to get along if anything should happen to Jake. The country will gain little if Smith of New Jersey succeeds Kean in the United States senate The Democratic party will gain less than nothing if thai happens, because it is better ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 January 1911

All Skirts and Capes at Cost, DRESS SHOES REDUCED $4.50 and $5.00 values, $4.00 value, 3.49 ;;.50 " 8.15 3.00 " 2.70 2.50 " , 2.30 j • C RECEIVI # UVT lH -fllSlli WITH THE OLD If mfmm In With the pa 1 T<fy V1 NEW # NG 1ENT k H All Boys' Suits Going at Cost. ODDS AND ENDS TO CLOSE At sacrifice prices: 3 dozen $1.25 Sweaters your choice 79c 50 Men's $12.50 and $15.00 Suits; your 65c and 75c Dress Goods, per yard, - - - 45c 24c and 35c Dress Goods, per yard, - - - 19c i Notary Public Fire Insurance Agent. Local and Personal. ♦ H. D. Allen of Saginaw, was here Friday. L. E. Fulton of Fcrney, was here Monday, H. W. Lawson of Lawson, was here Wednesday. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hall on Jan. 8, a boy. Mrs. A. F. Slater visited rela- tives in Dallas Saturday. N. A. Holley was in Wills Point, on business Wednesday. R. B. Shankles and family went to their new home in Dal- las Friday. Miss Marion Dye of Dallas, was the guest of Miss Vera Slater several days this week. Mre-and Mrs*■ Walter...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 January 1911

Wmm :;v j* —_ ________ zjy EDWVRD B. CLARK- ! COPyRIGHT \xy A=PATTEF2: v-rVjeiiJl n (oloiry a 2* *}' fi i* ft'i >; JJ a ;lt !1 ,§> tafe £* JMpa agggfi££rS^f", " V' '•/ *« >• r* *tej jws# >00 BE $ " lif!tlt{5! w ~ I ? £M I J<* -> SWS' ASHINOTON has within Its lim- its considerable foreign terrl tory. The residences of the mln Isters to the United States from other countries are considered in a sense as alien ground, and therefore home sanctuary for those who dwell therein. The foreign official colony In Washington forms a study of life Interest which Is never wearying to the native inhabi tants of the capital. "The for elgners are so different," Is the way that the natives put it. This is true in a large sense, but in specific instances the foreigners are not so different. Many of them, especially those from Central and South American countries, fall readily into the United States habit of life, and seem to think, rightly, doubtless, that as representatives of repub...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 January 1911

Fancy Feathers and Wings % <f i ;> if «*; mtv >■ fl, THOSE who make up feathers into forms that are to decorate milli- nery, look with interest upon each wearer of plumage and each separate feather. Many thousands of persons Bpend their working hours sewing 'pasting, wiring, branding and other- 's- wise manipulating the plumage of birds (mostly domestic fowls) Into new forms. Each feather is regarded with an eye to its possibilities in the evolution of something new by the manufacturers. Even the tiny feath- ers from the neck of the pigeon or peacock are handled separately, in making up the most expensive pieces. Just lately, large butterflies made of these, pasted to a foundation, covered on the outside and inside of the ! wings with the tiny feathers have |made us marvel at the work of the designers. You can Imagine tfre sheen of the wings and the splendor of color. The bodies are of velvet and the antennae of wired chenille or gold cord. • In Fig. 1 a fancy feather piece...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 13 January 1911

'«2t .0? The Report of the Conditions of The First National Bank OF MESOUITE At close of business, January 7,1911 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, * ' * $83,174-77 Advances on Cotton, s * 47,100.31 I In Vault, $12,083.57 CASH: , With Other Banks 81,650 03 ' and U.S. Treas , 69,596.46 U. S. Bonds and Stocks, * * < 13,160.00 Banking House Furniture, Fixtures and Real Estate, ✓ ' ' 10,616.54 $235,731.65 LIABILITIES $50,000.00 12,806.84 12,500.00 160,424.81 Capital Stock, ✓ ^ ✓ Surplus and Undivided Profits, ✓ Circulation, ✓ ✓ Individual DePosits, $235,731.65 The above report shows the financial condition of our bank and we respectfully ask your study of same, A Strong, Conservative and well managed bank is our aim and we trust a bank of this character is the kind you are looking for. Make Our BANK Your BANK Lawson Not^s. Everything is lovely this week. Nothing to grumble about. The new church will be com- pleted in a week or two. Our little town has a complete assortment of business c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 January 1911

197:, h &l)c Scxas itlcsqnitcr. fitaU Librarian CupUoi By John E, Davis, MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911 Vol. XXIX No. 29 ' ' jabs:;*-. Si lBsa. EIGHTH SEMI-ANNUAL SEVER DAY CLEAN UP SALE STARTS SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 21. 1911 I AT 8 O'CLOCK AND CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 28, 1911. The Great Semi-Annual event for which hundreds of discriminating buyers await with keenest interest. Because Hudson, Davis & Co's CLEAN UP SALES has become a classic in the annals of Merchandising, not so much through superior advertising as through sheer merits of the goods offered, for its a well known fact that our store is the largest Dry Goods house An Mesquite. This distinction has been achieved through years of hard, concientious work; through unquestionable methods of honest, straightforward dealings. We have never deceived the public nor resorted to any questionable methods to secure business, consequently when we make price reductions the great buying public responds ins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 January 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITEk JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQUITE, - TEXAS Even $10,000,000 worth of pcace la worth having. Money talks, but tt will have to do wore than that if it Insures peace. Every little while nobody's selsmo graph Is recording an earthquake Every year this world drinks 1,250,- 000,000 pounds of tea. That seems plenty. Whenever the dressmakers think of 'other outrageous spring styles they let us know. That latest earth shock might be [traced to the militarists bringing up their heavy artillery. Still, feeding children on two cents !a day and making them like It are two different propositions. If we must have so many warships 'why not get Mr. Edison to make a few with his cement molds? Now Peru and Bolivia are disagree- ing. What South America needs is a fight and revolt antitoxin. If motion pictures are to aid the In- sane they should not be associated with nickel-theater ventilation. When a cold wave hits New York there are noses sympathetically red in Weehawk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 January 1911

A GOOD DOCTOR. "Boone The Healer" 4 Is now permanently located at 1008 Olive St., In Texarkana, Texas. Seem- ingly miraculous cureB of consump- tion, cancer, paralysis, epilepsy, dis- eases peculiar to women and other chronic diseases have heen made. The best of results follow treatments with his medicines. And some strange pow- er he possesses never falls to produce immediate results. ThlB strange power 1s not faith, electricity, or magnetism, but an actual force, and so far as known, "Boone" is the only one that possesses It. No fees are exacted and correspondence is invited. One Way to Look at It. Jinks—Do you know, I was re- fused three timeB before I found a girl who would have me?" Blinks—I see. Just like a patent medicine: "Well shaken before taken." -—Judge. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules. Easy to take as candy. The greatest glory of a free-born people is to transmit that freedom to their children....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 January 1911

\ jV ■ll THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mksquitk, Texas. PkuHAPS Gov. Colquitt will bring us political peace and perhaps he won't. Wo shall see what we shall see. Garland has a new bank and Editor W. A. Holford is one of the directors. Who said there wasn't any money in running a j cou ntry newspapers? Katered in the postoffiec at MeB- quiu , Texas, as second class matter. rv\_ * S COU""' / . . A) ' r'! 'v; a^ccca^ Friday, .lanuary 20, 1911. Gov. Woodrow WlIjSON of New Jersey says that Martine, the choice of the people, must be elected United States Sena- tor or a vacancy must result. It is better that there be a vaoan- acy rather than for the state to have a senator whom the people do not want. "7His HIT DOG HOWLS." Commenting on that part of Governor Campbell's that the ownership ot incorporated news- papers should be made a matter of public record, the Fort Worth Record says: Equally intolerant and without reason is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 January 1911

^VV I TIME AND PLACE The time is when you are in town or when your neighbor is coming to town. The place is Will Bovell's Variety Store, where you will find all kinds of enamelware, glassware, tin- ware and all kind of supplies for the kitchen. Towels, lace and embroidery, all kind of notions, ribbons, hose for the whole family, hand bags, handkerchiefs, etc. Specials, one lot of 50c back combg 25o 4 cans lye 25c 2 10-qt galvanized buckets 34c 2 pair 21x43 in. heavy towels 45o One lot of regular 5c lace only 24c 5 pounds soda 25c Just Received a Large Shipment of Fudge, Marshmallow and mixed Candies. See our lamps before you buy. All of these are to be found Will Bovell's Variety Store id at I MHMJ Local and Personal. % <1 -J W. G. Stogsdill, of Dallas was here Friday. Ollie Humphreys of Dallas, visited homefolk here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kimbrough of Dallas, were guests of rela- tives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Gross of Dallas, spent Saturday night and Sunday with relat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 January 1911

Some Suspicions Persons Enquired if we were "hiring" a certain "weekly" paper to abuse us. Of course every time a spot light is turned on from any source ft offers a splendid chance to talk about the merits of the products, but 'pon honor now, we are not hiring that "Weekly." The general reader seldom cares much for the details of "scraps." A few may have read lately some articles attacking us and may interested in the following: Some time ago a disagreement arose with a "Weekly." They endorsed our foods by letter, but wanted to change the form of advertising, to which we objected. The "Weekly" discontinued inserting our advertisements while they were negotiating for some changes they wanted in the word- ing and shape of the advertisements, and during this correspondence our manager gave instructions to our Advertising Department to quit advertising altogether in that "Weekly." t Quite a time after the advertising had been left out, an editorial ittack came. We replied in newspapers...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 January 1911

♦ Qood Jokes WILLING TO WAIT. He was poor, but otherwise honest, and she was an helresB—at least he thought she was. Andway he had pro- posed. "If I accept your proposal," she •aid, "how long would you be willing to wait for me?" "Walt for you!" he echoed In sur- prise. "Why, what do you mean?" "It's like this, George," she ex- plained. "Father has invested every dollar he has In a Nevada silver mine, and he Is going there next week to look after It. Of course I can't leave mamma alone. That 1b why I asked how long you would be willing to wait for me." "Well, under the circumstances," answered the honest youth, "I will wait for you until we learn how the mine pans ouL" Nothing Doing. "Madam," Bald the kind-hearted stranger, "I notice that your shoe Is untied. If you will place your foot on this stone step I will be glad to do the retylng." "If you will tell me how I can place one foot on the step without accom- panying It with the other I will gladly oblige you," said the lady, And ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 20 January 1911

Rylie Ripples. Health good. The scarlet fever has played out, as there has been no new cases since the death of Mr. Robinson's child. Everybody has moved. Cam Malonehas moved from Cory's place to Matthew's place; Fred Cory has moved to the Cory place; D. L. Malone has moved to the Robertson place; Lee Williams has moved to Buford Jett's new house; Tom Goodman has moved to the Williams place and Uncle John Allenbaugh is domiciled in his new home. Married at the bride's home, the night of Jan. 14, Miss Burty Cory and Mr. Bob Pain, Rev. Morton of Garland, officiating. They are both prominent young people and will be missed by the .young folks. May God's bless- ings rest with them along their sojourn on this earth. H. J. Spence, who was ill in December, is up but is in feble health yet. Felix. Slaughtering the price goods at McCullough's. of "I was Crippled, could hardly walk and had to Crawl down stairs at times on my hands and knees. My doctor told me I had an acute attack of inflamma...

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