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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 January 1911

I I I I She Sexas Bute Librarian Capitol By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911 Vol. XXIX No. 30 Austin Letter. By The Editor. Austin, Texas, Jan. 28, 1911. The most important event this week is the election of a United States, Senator though that was void of interest as compared with other states, as Senator Culberson had no opposition and it takes a contest to make an election interesting. A very spicy rumor that has been going the rounds is to the effect that the friends of Senator Bailey will make a strong effort when it ccmes to redistricting the State" into congressional dis- tricts to legislate Congressman Randell out of office by dropping off of his district some of the counties an.i adding others, including Cooks county. But it may be a hard job to legislate Mr. Randell out of Cogress, for the fact that although he is a strong anti-Bailey man, he has been repeatedly reelected in a district admitedly the Bailey stronghold, indicates that he has a lot of ...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 January 1911

THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN t. DAVIS, tditor and Proprietor MES QUITE, TEXAS Beware of tbln ice. "Dog upsets auto." An up-settert Why is he always called a "lone" bandit? fwby not Just a "a bandit?" A deep snow would help the avia- tors that have acquired the falling habit. Now they say that the old hoop skirt is coming back. Here's hoping that it can't. Russia is importing thousands of typewriters from this country. No, Julius, they are just the machines. Milwaukee physicians plan to put an end to telephone practice. They cannot see a man's tongue over the wire. The automobile is acceptable in funeral processions but the aeroplane Is still barred out by the undertakers' trust Skating Beason is upon us—that is, Ice skating. Skating in a general way is practiced regardless of the weather. Before long Germany may be eating Imported meat exclusively. The pret- zels, however, will be manufactured at home aB of yore. If It is agreeable to the surgeon*, the average man would prefer to be ope...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 January 1911

I ' SYN0P8IS. The story Is told by Nicholas Trlst. His chief. Senator John Calhoun, offered the portfolio of secretary of state In Tyler's cabinet, is told by Dr. Ward that his time Is short. Calhoun declares that he Is not ready to die, and If he accepts Tyler's of- fer it means that Texas and Oregon must toe added to the Union. He plans to learn the intentions of England with regard to Mexico through Baroness Von Rlts. secret spy and reputed mistress of the English ambassador. Pakenham. Nicholas Is sent to bring the baroness to Calhoun's apart- ments and misses a meeting with his sweetheart. Elizabeth Chbrchlll. While searching for the baroness' house a car- riage dashes lip and Nicholas Is Invited to «nter. The occupant Is the baroness, who says she is being pursued. The pursuers are shaken off. Nicholas Is Invited Into the house and delivers Calhoun's message. He notes that the baroness has lost a slipper. Nicholas is given the remaining .slipper as a pledge that she will tell C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 January 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. /ohn E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mesquitk, • - Texas. THE anti-prohibitionists never stop to tell us how the prohibi — Ition movement has made local option so popular with a lot of people who used to oppose even that form of prohibition. Entered in the postofllce .it Mes- juite, Texas, us second class matter. 0;xV,-"S (^rv. :_ESS ASSOC\& Friday, January 27, 1911. If you haven't paid your poll tax you'll have to hurry. It took so much whitewash for Ballinger that there wasn't enough for Lorimer. Gov. Foss of Massachusetts. mf$(le a gallant fight but failed to dislodge Senator Lodge. The election of United States Senators be a direct vote of the people will be opposed by the Senators who are afraid to trust their cause to the people. Remember that Texas people settle the question of statewide prohibition this year and that it will be settled ""by the people who pay their poll tax prier to Feb. 1. John E. Davis, represe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 January 1911

LACE ^ EMBROIDERY We have just received a nice assortment of lace and embroid- dery. In this lot is about 800 yards of the prettiest embroid- ery you ever saw for only 5c Also a nice line patterns in valencine lace for only 2ic 10 pieces 27 in. flouncing worth at least 50c, for only 39c Lace curtains, the oair only.... 50c 10-4 heavy sheeting to closcout at 25c Window shade 40c to 50c kinds 2 for 00c An extra good broom only 25c and 80c 4 cans lye 25c These are only a few of the many bargains to be had. Will Bo veil's Variety Store f I Local and Personal. i — s Remember the date, Feb. 24, at K. of P. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Marshall are in New York. There will be no services at the Baptist church Sunday. H. R. Moore of Scyene was in Mesquite on business Tuesday. Mrs. J. W. Bovell and little son, J. B., arein Dallas this week, guests of relatives. Miss Annie Slater was in Dal- las Wednesday and Thursday the guest of relatives. Several people of Mesquite and vicinity attended Ben-Hur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 January 1911

I want every chronic rheumntlc to throw twav all medicines, >11 liniments, all planters, nnd elve MI'NVON'8 KlIEUMA- TIRM H10MICDY a trial. No matter what your doctor may euy, no matter what yonr friends may say, no matter how prejudiced you may be against all adver- tised remedies, po at once to Tpur drpij- glat and get a bottle of the KHKUMA- TlSM liEMRDT. If It falls to give satis- faction,! will refund yonr moiwy.—Munyon ltemember this remedy contains no sal- levllc acid, no opium cocaine, morphine or ■other harmful times. It Is put up under the guarantee of the Pure Food anil Drug Act. „ , For sale fcy all drnrrWs. Price. 25e. BIG YIELDS TRADE MARK can be assured if you fertilize your land with (^Manufactured by the NEW ORLEANS ACID & FERTILIZER CQ 921 Canal Street, New Orleans, La. Write for Free Pocket Memorandum Book. j IT in\TFV Is a deceptive disease— I thousands havo It and TROUBLE £>*; IZ can make no mistake by using Dr. KU- iiner's Swamp-Root, the great kidney...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 January 1911

It 1 s I NEGLECTED GOLD, GOT VERY WEAK A Bad Cough. Tried Many Remedies. Restored by Peruna. Mrs. A. S. Rucker, R. F. D. 2, Brent- wood, Tenit, writes: "I wish to tell you what Peruna has (done for me. I was very sick and so weak I could scarcely be up. I was alarmed at my condition. "1 had a bad oough for some time and I tried several cough medi- cines, hut grew worse all the time. I knew if I did not get relief I would soon go into consumption. So i decided to try Peruna. I had confidence In it be- fore I took it and I found it was just the medicine I needed, for in a short time my cough ceased and my strength returned. "I have enjoyed better health since taking it than I had for several years previous. When I see any one weak and run down, especially with a cough, I advise them to take Peruna." Ask Your Druggist for a Free Peruna Almanac for 1911. Mrs. A. S. Rucker. HOW HE EARNED THE MONEY Pretty Sister Persists In Her Question- ing Until She Gets an Answer. A certain pretty girl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 27 January 1911

TOTAL RESOURCES S235.731.65 CASH AND DEMAND PAPERS $110,000.00 Tragedy Story On Neck Of Goods. Nine Years Old The OLD RELIABLE First National Bank of Mes- quite has successfully and legitimately attained the age of nine years and from the very minute it start- ed business it has been a true friend to the entire community and surrounding country. There was never a time when this bank did not stand ready to lend a helping hand to those needing and asking for help and it NOW SIANDS ready and willing to meet any reasonable demand that lies within the limit of SAl'E BANKINCj. 1 his kind of a spirit is what has enabled us to safely rise to the strong position which we occupy. Your business is respectfully solicited and when busi- ness is given us it will be given the strictest and most careful attention. to Mrs. Brice. The lights were then turned on and each was given a pencil and a slip of paper to write down their guess of the names of the articles in the or- TeUlnR of Auntie** wealth, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 February 1911

icxno itlcsnuiter. ?,tate Lu^urian Capitol By John E. Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1911 Vol. XXIX No. 32 Austin Letter. By The Editor. of the different sections of this state and believe that the happi- est and best government which we can give to our people is to remit the control over local af- fairs, which affects them direct- ! ly, to the people of the several There is always something do- counties and the several munici- inc in Austin when the Legisla-j palities of Texas." ture is ii, session nnd there is a!-! Among the employees of the ways some one happening that I'Legislature, none have attained AuKtin, Texas, February 8,1911. stands out in bold relief, causing comment, not only here but throughout the state. The headhner for the past week was the action of the gov -, tajne(j ^is famGi aot on account ernor in notifying Senator so much fame as Master Alex- ander McNabb of Fort Bend County. McNabb is one of the pages of the Senate and he at Vaughan and Represen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 February 1911

THE: TEXAS MESQUITBR JOHN t. DiVIS, Editor and Proprietor MES QUITE, - - - TEXAS It's no longer "grippe" In London. Just "Flu." Nobody has been heard to complain of lack of variety in the weather. Aviators are still making new world records, and yet the sport is In its l •fancy. Everything comes to him who waits; another restaurant employe has fallen heir to a fortune. If the aeroplanes will abolish war the peace commission should at once subsidize all it can reach. Aviators as a class are going to be more careful this year. Natural se- lection will eliminate the reckless ones. It took a postal card 36 years to go from Connecticut to Indiana. Bet a dollar he had It in his pocket all the time. In Cleveland an engineer has been made a present of a locomotive. This is better than a white elephant, as it consumes no hay. In New York they are trying to rem- edy the evils of divorce by remedy- ing the evils of marriage. That seems • a thoughtful method. Medicine Hat wants its name changed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 February 1911

NOTHING AT ALL. Y ■ m Ml Brown—What your son doesn't know about horse racing isn't worth know- ing. Walker—And what ho does know about It isn't worth knowing, either. Resinol Ointment Is an Excellent Remedy for All Scalp Troubles. I suffered with eruption on my scalp for 15 years when Resinol Salve was recommended to me by one of the best known men In Baltimore. Since using I am so much better that I be- lieve the trouble is practically cured, Rev. H. C. Jones, Extension, La. The Scorcher's Fate. The Cannibal King—See here, what was that dish you served up at lunch? The Cook—Stewed cyclist, your ma- jesty. The Cannibal King—It tasted very burnt. The Cook—Well, he was scorching when we caught him, your majesty.-— Sketch. Important to Mothers Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA, a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. The Kind You Have Always Bought Careful Man. "Pretty careful, 1b he?" "Pretty careful. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 February 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER, be "The Chestnut tree will soon ' WIFE GOT TIP TOP ADVICE s nothing but a tradition in One Dollar Per Year. ;ohn E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. I America," says a mairazine ! writer. But then we will stiil j have chestnuts in the form of stale jokes. Pubuishkd Every Friday At Mksquitic, Texas. By his refusal to approve the | Texarkana charter, because it contained certain features that ■ he did not like, notwithstanding . — the fact that the people of that Kntered in the postofficc at Mes-1 city had voted on and approve^ quite. Texas, as second class matter. those features, Gov. Colquitt ■ "' has given a great many people a right to conclude that he favors local self government only as applied to the liquor question, and favors that because in eer- . tain localities it will operate in Friday, February 10,1911. favor ot tho s" a s soc i ^ Dallas gave nearly $2,000,000 to secure the Methodist Univer-, sity and, we believe, made a tine| trade at that. We hope the report th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 February 1911

p Tr'TTT T'TTT TT "IP TST' "ST* JWf IT .TTT •*" <W ■*(« ^ >W\ T> "■*'W ^ T*;TTTTT TT THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS This is no sale—we're giving profits away—that's all. By having the cash at all times to pay for our goods, we always get all the bargains that come this way. We purchased last week at less than half price, a large assortment of drummers' samples in staple goods and notions of all kinds and we are determined to let our customers have the benefit of the pur- chase. READ, THINK AND ACT QUICK. THIS SNAP WON'T LAST BUT A FEW DAYS. **4 Off to Market. Our buyer, Mr. McCullough, left this week for the northern markets to buy our spring and summer goods. We will be better prepared than ever be- fore to supply your needs in the dry goods line. Boys Suits. Only a few left. They must be sold, and that now. Ages 3 to 17 years. All go at wholesale cost. 10c box rubber hair pins, per box 4c 50c tine suspenders, per pair 19c 75c pair scissors, per pair... .\^ 19c 85c window shades, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 February 1911

fp^J OWES HER HEALTH To Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Scottvillo, Mich.—"I want to tell you how much good LydiaE.Pinkham'a 1 Vegetable Com- pound and Sanative Wash have done me. I live on a farm and have worked very hard. I am forty- live years old, and am the mother of thirteen children. Many people think it strange that I am \\N1, \broken down \V '•% with hard work and >1 v -AW - ■ 'V ■ Wlt.hft care of my fam- ily, but I tell them of my good friend, your Vegetable Compound, and that there will be no backache and bearing down pains for them if they will take it as I have. I am scarcely ever with- out it in the house. "I will say also that I think there Is no better medicine to be found for ■V U iAA M 'MV MILES; i ,/lMr iroung girls to build them up and make them strong and well. My eldest daughter has taken Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound for pain- ful periods and irregularity, and it has always helped her. "I am always ready and willing to upeak a good word for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 February 1911

w v K 4 Advertising Talks ADVERTISING FOR DIRECT RE- TURNS. Our neighbor killed his Thomas Cat, For reasows all his own. Then he was sorry tor the deed, He felt so sad and lone. Next week he advertised for one. And e'er he got replies, The old cat turned up home again. It pays to advertise. T. E. M., In N. Y. Telegram. MANY WAYS OF ADVERTISING Art That Must Be Mastered to Achieve 8uccess—Know Talking Point* of Your Business. There is no business that can be carried on successfully without adver- tising in some form. A lot of people have very peculiar ideas about adver- tising. It is an art In Itself, and the man that has mastered it is on the highway to success, Bays th® Merrill (Kan.) News. Some people Imagine that all that Is needed when they have anything to sell is just to simply in- sert an ad in the paper and that is all that is nacessary. This is a very wrong impression. First the adver- tiser must be familiar with what he Is advertising Just as the book agent or insurance ag...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 10 February 1911

• 1- OHMS ^'c v life W^lS ASSURED the man who has money in the bank MARSHALL FIELD clerkcd in a store when he was a boy. He put in the bank enough out of his salary to start a business of his own. Today his es<" tablishment is the finest in the world. His two grands sons will get 400 millions each when they are given their share of his estate. Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank OF MESQUITE T owcnn Hnf-C They don't trade horses any, so l_*a.WaOIl L-'vJto. | , — u | we don't quite understand what Fine little rain Tuesday night which made people smile and feel good. Quite a lot of sickness in the neighborhood. Since the fresh norther and rain, everybody is on the mend. Rev. C. G. Wright filled his regular appointment last Sun- day at the new church and, of course was chuck full. Come again next first Sunday. W. J. Berry and Prof. Smith of Mesquite, attended church at this place Sunday. Remember Sunday school every Sunday at 10:00 a. m and at ?'0fl n m The Sunday school ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 February 1911

sxaiiJ ®ht Sexas itlesquitcr. State Ll)>iuilaa Caplt By John E. Davis, MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1911 Vol. XXIX No. 33 Austin Letter. By The Editor. Aufc tin .Texas, February 14,1911. The Legislature is now on the . last ha^f of a sixty day session, after which they will do busi- ness on a basis of two dollars a day, if they do business at all, unless the Governor should call a special session, something it has been said he will not do. A majority of the members of the House have signed a resolution providing Jer sine die adjourn- ment at the end of sixty days, or on March 11 th. However, the Senate and House will have to agree on the date before adjourn- ment can take place. It is s$id that fifteen of the Senators favor adjournment on March J 1th and fifteen favor holding on a month longer. If this is true, it places the balance of power in the hands i that his term of office would not expire until June. He proposed to hold the office until that time regardless of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 February 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN t. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MES QUITE, - - - TEXAS With JlmBwlnger coatB vests are cut low to show shirt studs. How long will the aviators stick to their agreement not to Indulge in reckless flying? America has 26 licensed aviators, and the 26 have formed a trust in order to prolong their own lives. I More ink than blood was shed over the now famous battle of London, in which two men stood off 200. In the matter of safety we do not see that the submarines have much ad- vantage over the flying machines. The Cleveland man who sued for "time lost in answering mistaken tele- phone calls" must have further time to lose. New York has a musical comedy Which is said to be not comic. There are others, some of which are not mu- sical, either. 1 It Is no crime to steal umbrellas on rainy days in New Jersey. And now will not those who are addicted to the habit please go there? Vienna's birth rate has fallen enor- mously. Evidently the stork doeB not love the apartme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 February 1911

4 BY EMERSON HOUGH AVTHOR OF THE MlS\f I$\f IPPI BUBBLE ILLUJTPATIONJ \jy MAGNUS G.KETIKER^ COPYRIGHT 1909 ,by BOBBJ-MERRILL company i SYNOPSIS. The story Is told by Nicholas Trlst. His Chief, Senator John Calhoun, ottered the portfolio of secretary of state In Tyler's cabinet. Is told by Dr. Ward that his time Is short. Calhoun declares that he Is not ready to die, nnd If he accepts Tyler's of- fer It means that Texas and Oregon must be added to the Union. He plans to learn the intentions of England with regard to Mexico through Baroness Von Ritz, se- cret spy and reputed mistress of the Eng- lish ambassador Pakenham. Nicholas is sent to bring the baroness to Calhoun's apartments, and while searching for the ■baroness' house a carriage dashes up and Nicholas is invited to enter. The occu- pant is the baroness, who says she is be- ing pursued. The pursuers are shaken off. Nicholas Is invited into the house and delivers Calhoun's messago. He notes that tho baroness has lost a slipper...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 February 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER, One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mesquitk, Texas. Entered in the postofflce at Mes- quite, Texas, as second class matter. s assocw* Friday, February 17, 1911. Just now Jupiter Pluvius is the most popular person in Tex- as. Those who differ with the Dal- las Senator have probably dis- cover that he has a backbone. Senator Perkins is having a hard time explaining to his pro friends why he voted with the antis. What makes the task harder for him is that the antis are coming to his rescue. To Dallas Co. Prohibitionists: The undesigned respectfully i call your attention to call recent- ly issued by Hon. Thomas H. Ball, chairman of the state wide prohibition committee, summon- ing Texas prohibitionists to meet at their separate county seats on Saturday, Feb. 25th, for the purpose of effecting organization for the pending prohibition amendment cam- paign. This is a vital matter to all anti-saloon people. The Dallas County meeti...

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