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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 February 1911

s*~ NEW r ... TP IP- * - sr -V <V TT TP' TP. ■*-; TT\ TP" "W -W "■* 'IP1 «*" TT TT TP''«*>' TP' TT" TT "W" TP'TPi isprtnIGIG^OBS ARRIVING ©N EVERY TRAIN We have purchased for this spring, by far the handsomest showing of desirable merchandise we have ever bought and earnestly request you to call and take a look whether you buy or not. We are glad to show you our goods. Slippers and Pumps New Slippers and Pumps for Ladies, Misses, Children, Men and Boys. All the late novelties now on display,from 50c to $5.00 NEW SPRING ARRIVALS New Dress Goods « Thousands of yards of all the new sheer fabrics for spring. New linens and suitings, per yard, . from 10c to.. 35c Embroideries New embroideries and flouncings for dresses, skirts and underwear A comprehensive showing at very moderate prices. A LARGE STOCK OF GARDEN SEED, ONION SETS AND SEED POTATOES 5 Gal. Ribbons Cane Syrup $2.45 J. F. Mc CULL©UGH irmrTn >«, m. ♦ —— | Local and Personal. == % I Mrs. John T. Lynch of Dallas visited...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 February 1911

Stop taking liquid physic or big or littla pills, tliat which makes you worse Instead of curing. Cathartics don't cure—they irritate and weaken the bowels. CASCARETS make the bowels strong, tone the muscles so they crawl and work—when they do this they are healthy, producing right results. 901 CASCARRTS 10c a box for ■ week's treatment. All druggists. Biggest seller in the world. Million boxes a month. WntaonK.roleman.Wairti lngtuu.ll.C. Boukstree. High cat rulereuoea. Best raaulta PATENTS UP TO ALFRED. 2 j She—I know, Alfred, I have my faults. He—Oh, certainly. She (angrily)—Indeed? Perhaps .you'll tell me what they are! Time for Stillness. Mrs. MacLachlan was kind to her 'American boarder, but she did not pro- pose to allow her to overstep the lim- its of a boarder's privileges, and Bhe tmade it very clear. One Sunday the boarder, returning from a walk, found the windows of iher room, which she had left wide open, tightly closed. "Oh, Mrs. MacLachlan, I don't like my room to get s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 February 1911

a < Hats for Matrons Mi IN SPITE of all the jibes flung at womankind for her fickleness as to fashions In headwear, there are eoine sorts of hats that are always worn and always in style, or able to defy the passing fads of the moment. Among them are the small toques de- signed for elderly matrons and others who affect inconspicuous and good styles, the walking hat, dear to all women, and the big picture hat, with broad brim of graceful flowing lines which is the rose in the rosebud gar- den of hats every season. All the styles vary a little from time to time, but hardly enough to identify them- selves as belonging to a certain year. Three pretty and becoming hats for matrons are pictured here suitable to almost any season. The variation of the English walking hat, with brim faced with velvet, and turning up at the left, is finished with a very ample drapery of silk. Tho arrangement of this drapery gives the impression of a shape turned up at both sides, as in the regulation walk...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 17 February 1911

Dont Let It Slip 'X'Krou^K your flNGERS Pur it in BANK 3fl4|§ arrH Ml \ iP1 IfftyJl nyr THENTfoU will Have it I IT IS NOT HARD to save money if you'll only begin. You'll take more pride in your bank book than in any other book when you once begin to see the balance to your credit grow, Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank OF MESQUITE the caboose jumped the track and went off the tressell just east of the river. The cars were heavily loaded with scraps iron and the track was badly torn up. The caboose in which the con- ductor and brakeman wereriding, was also badly smashed up but fortuantly no one was seriously hurt. Train service for Mesquite was suspended until the wreck could be cleared up, which was about 10o' clock Sunday morning, the Cannon Ball being the tirsi train to pass. However the pas- senenger train due to arrive here at 5:<J6 p. m. came out from Dal- las on time but had to back into Dallas and go around the wreck via. Kaufman over the T. AN .0. road. Off ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 February 1911

Hute Librarian Capitol b ton iX. n&- <3lie Sexas By John E. Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1911 Vol. XXIX No. 34 Austin Letter. By The Editok. Austin,Texas, February 21,1911. The bill proposing to levy a special tax of four cents on the one hundred dollars valuation to create a permanent fund for the University of Texas and the Agricultural and Mechanical Col- lege provoked the most extended and warmest debate that has taken place since this Legisla- ture convened. Several days were consumed in the argument on this measure and a number of the ablest men in the House spoke for and against the bill.' I may be wrong, but I voted against it, not because I am op- posed to higher education, but because I do not believe that it is right to levy this tax, except it be submitted to and approved by.the people in the form of a constitutional amendment authorizing the Legislature to make the levy. Although I often differ with my colleage, Mr. Williams of Dallas, we get alon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 February 1911

I THE TEXAS MESQUlTEk JOHN E. DlVIS, til tor and I'roprieior MESQU1TE, - - • TEXAS I Beware the grip. Do not let It get n bold on you. ' Pride has many a fall these slip- pery mornings. Baseball talk has moved on from postmortems to forecasts. Of CHURCH IS USING PRESS An extraordinary duel was fought !n Frauce tho other day. One of the duellists was hurt. Chicago Is the gem center of the world, but there is such a thing as wearing too many. Baseball bids fair to girdle the globe. The Japs and the Cubans are taking kindly to it. That proposed half cent coin would be about right for most of the things you get by dropping a 1 cent coin In the slot New York Is to hare a flfty-elght story building. Tenants on the top floor will be reasonably safe from porch climbers. A new play In New York Is called "Bought and Paid For." However, many a writer of vaudeville sketches has no such luck. A Chicago man was shot for step- ping on another's corn. Anybody who has ever nursed a pet corn will cal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 February 1911

ff~Wt I ) Uncle Sam's Cflampion Juvenile Corn Growers BY WAIDON I AWCETT HE United States govern- ment is now at work upon ono of the most am- bitious and, by the by, one of the most interest- ing projects it has ever undertaken. It is noth- ing short of a scheme for moving the "corn belt." Or perhaps it would be more accurate to call it a crusade for extending the "corn belt,'' for there Is no de- sire to interfere with the growing of •our greatest agricultural staple in that broad section of the country where corn has long been the princi- pal standby of the farmer. The new plan of the department of agricul- ture—for of course that is the branch of our government machinery that has charge of this new activity—is simply in effect to make two blades of grass grow where only one grew before. Although all the world has been gasping in astonishment these many years past at the bumper crops of corn this country turns out each year, the experts of the government some time since came to t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 February 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER, One Dollar Per Year. John E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mksquitu, Texas. Entered in the pnstofflctt at Mi's- quite, Texas, as « •<;«>n«l class matter. §s assocjjg Friday, February 24, 1911. It is about time candidates for mayor, aldermen and marshal -were showing up. While we are organizing for and against prohibition, why not organize a boys corn club? Gov. Colquitt favors the principle of local self govern- ment to vote the saloons in, but not for other purposes. The prospect of the adoption of statewide prohibition in July will not be so alarming to Dallas, now that that city has water. It is a shame that a splendid writer like Wilford B. Smith should ruin his publication, The Pitchfork, with Socialism. Cut it out Smith, and give us some- thing worth reading. Champ Clark says the world is growing better. Doubtless it has looked that way to him ever since the/ Democrats captured Congress and thus practically assured his election as Spe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 February 1911

ffl *+ \„ . jtJ <!m "i GEORGE WASHINGTON Feb'y. 22, 1732 1799 "The Man of tne Hour." OUR F0HRTH YEAR J. F. McCULlA)UGH'S PLACE Feo'y- 22, 1907-1911 "The Store of the Hour." This week we enter our fourth year in your midst. Our social and business relations have been most pleasant on our part and our trade has been entirely satisfactory. Our trade has grown from a small beginning to a patronage second to none in this part of the community. Our stocks are larger now and our assortments more com- plete and this year we expect to carry still larger stocks, and we have added many new lines which we have not heretofore carried; such lines as Ladies', Misses' and Children's rendy made dresses and numerous other lines which we cannot here mention for lack of space, on which we invite your inspection. We sincerely thank you for all patronage given us in the past, whether large or small and beg to assure you that the same has been duly appreciated at all times. We earnestly solicit your va...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 February 1911

I I 1 11 II I RF m OTTDMWA WOMAN CURED By Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound Qltumwa, Iowa.—"For vears I was almost a constant, sufferer from female ' trouble in all its dreadful forms: shooting pains all over my body, Bick headache, spinal weakness, dizziness, depression, and everything that was horrid. I tried many- doctors in different parts of the United States, but Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegeta- Ihln Compound has done more for me than all the doctors. I feel it my duty to tell you these facts. My heart is full of gratitude to you for my cure."—Mrs. Harriet E. Vampler, 52-1 S. Hansom Street, Ottumwa, Iowa. Consider This Advice. Ho woman should submit to a surgi- cal operation, which may mean death, until she has given Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound a fair trial. This famous medicine, made only from roots and herbs, has for thirty years proved to be the most valuable tonic and invigorator of the female organism. Women residing in almost every oity and town in the United Sta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 February 1911

For Velveteen \' |[ il MRS. SPELL'S SICK SPELL Happy Ending to Experience That Might Have Developed Fatal Results. THE first design sketched Is a simple coat and skirt in nut-brown velveteen, very useful and very smart; the skirt Is quite plain and a good walking length; the coat has a deep collar cut off square in front; the fastening is formed by tabs in which buttonholes are worked, and bone buttons. Velveteen toque trimmed with two ostrich tips. Materials re- quired: 12 yards 24 inches wide, 5 yards silk for lining coat, 4 yards sat- een for skirt In the second picture we show a plain long coat in black. Our model is lined throughout with pale blue cash- mere satin. This style is also suit- able to be copied in seal plush, which WHEN MAKING A VALANCE Difficulties Not at All Insurmount- able If They Are Properly Approached. ' The main difficulty in making a va- llanco is to keep it in place without 'putting tacks into the furniture or ;having it on narrow strips that pull lout fr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 February 1911

$25.00 IN GOLD To the boy who lives in the territory tributary to Mes* quite and who raises the greatest yield of corn on 2 acres in the year 1911, we will give $15 00 in gold. For second larg- est yield, same condition as above, $10.00 in gold will be giv- en. All entries must be in by April 1. Farmers who always have corn to sell nearly always have some money in the bank. We hope to see some of our en- ergetic farmer boys not only take down these two prizes, but some of the larger ones offered by the Texas Industrial Con- gress. See us about it. Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank OF MESOUITE IT WAS HIS FAULT THE WAY BACK SENTENCE SERMONS Better a rolling stone than a stolen roll. A men may be liars, but it isn't safe to say so. You cannot make a deed of love look small. When a fellow can't smile his face needs fixing. Remember what people don't know never hurts them. They who know enough to at- tend to their own business know enough. Some people have better opinions o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 March 1911

But* ®ljc (ikxas iUcBijuitcr. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1911 Vol,XXIX Nn, , Austin Letter. By The Editor. Austin, Texas, February 28,1911. Will the Legislature adjourn March 11? Search me. But it looks like it at the time this is written. If so, will there be a called session? My guess is that there will be. But when, is the question. One man says he has it from a close friend of the Gov- ernor that the extra session will follow immediately after the regular one; another says it will come in August, after the pro- hibition election, and the third man is positive that there will be no extra session. ' The resolution inviting Gov. Harmon of Ohio to address the Texas Legislature, which had been hanging fire, has been adopt- ed. The resolution originated in the Senate and when it came to the House it was amended by striking out the sentence which would seem to commit the Legis- lature to the candidacy of Gov. Harmou for President. Senator Meachum, the author of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 March 1911

thktkxas miiSQUi i iii, MAKE FARMING PAY I I JOHN E. DIS, Ed>tor and Proprieior TKV AS U ESC) IT IT K Next June we all may long for th® balmy daya of January. Possibly the pet In the cat show Would enjoy more keenly life In the alley. Some people can find a typograph leal error who never find an Idea ot their own. We have yet to discover an egg that has been Improved by the cold stor- age treatment. "Gaseous Imbecility" has taken Its plaoe In the hull of fami beside In- nocuous desuetude." Higher education, too, has Its dan- gers. An Illinois girl started for col- lege, but got married on the way. Chicago Is to have grand opera in English next season. If Chief Stew- ard has his way it will c.lso have It In clothing. In the Boston high schools 3,000 girls are taking the commercial course. The boys will have to go west or south. A Denver surgeon was ctricken with appendicitis while operating on a ihi tlent for that disease. Maybe it Is catching, after all. That Jersey architect who...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 March 1911

\v<« SYNOPSIS. Senator John Calhoun Is offered the f>ortfolio of secretary of state In Tyler's cabinet. He declares that If he accepts It means that Texas and Oregon must be added to the Union. He planB to learn the Intentions j)t England with regard to Mexico, through Baroness Von Rltz, so- «ret spy and reputed mistress of the English ambassador, Pakenham. He sends his secretary, Nicholas Trist, to bring the baroness to his apartment. While searching for the baroness' home, a carriage drives up and he Is Invited to «nter. The occupant Is the baroness, who says she is being pursued. The pursuers are shaken off. The baroness consents to see Calhoun. Nicholas notes that she lias lost a slipper. She gives Nicholas the remaining slipper as a pledge that she ■will tell Calhoun all, and, as security, ^Nicholas gives her a trinket he Intended for his sweetheart, Elizabeth Churchill. Nicholas is ordered to leave at once for Montreal on state business, by Calhoun, who has become secret...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 March 1911

I m TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar E'er Year. >iwin E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mrsquitk, Texas. Katerod in tho postofflco at Mes- ojaibe, Texas, us second class matter. elusion from the remarks of the Democrat-Voice. Because the organization referred to furnish- ed some good facts about Texas is no reason why the copy thus furnished should be run as or- iginal editorial matter. We have no respect for the editor who runs as original matter which originated in the mind of some other person. a ssocVA Friday, March 3, 1911. The Senators willing for So rimer to retain his seat are •srtden ly not particular about tiecompany they keep. J. A. Padon has leased the Arlington News. Mr. Padon is a very capable newspaper man and we trust the News will prosper rinder his management. The fellow who shot Will Cope- tend in Dallas the other day evi- dently believes that whatever is worth doing, is worth doing well. Ee shot his man fourteen times. It was very laudable iu Mr. Lar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 March 1911

♦ TO OUR FRIENDS AMD CUSTOMERS; We have just returned from our Spring market trip and our Spring stock is already beginning to come in. We are certainly pleased with the goods we have found for you for this Spring and Summer; in Dress Goods, Trimmings, Skirts, Waists, Millinery, Shoes, Men's and Boys' Furnishings, Pants etc. It is always our aim to carry the goods you want and to sell them to you at fair prices and we assure you that your patronage is always appeciated and that you are cordially welcome to visit our store at any time and inspect what we have to offer you, whether you wish to buy or not. Expecting to see you in the store at an early date, we remain, Yours to please, E. L. PREWITT & CO., Dry Goods KLEBURG, J. Louie England, local repre- senative of the International Correspondence Sohools, has made good in this field and has been promoted to a district Su- perintendency. He will have his heaquarters at Enid.—Clinton (Okla.) Times. W. G. Edgar, who recently moved i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 March 1911

$3.50 RECIPE CURES WEAK KIDNEYS, FREE REL1EVE8 URINARY AND KIDNEY TROUBLES, BACKACHE, STRAIN- ING, SWELLING, ETC. Stops Pain In the Bladder, Kidneys and Back. Wouldn't It be nice within a week or aa to begin to Bay goodbye forever to th« ■cakllng, dribbling, straining, or too fre- QUOIlt passage of urine; the forehead and the baek-of-the-head aches; the gtltche* and pains in tha back; the growing mus- cle weakness; spots before the eyes; yel- low skin; sluggish bowels; swollen eye- lids or ankles; leg cramps; unnatural short breath; sleeplessness and the de- spondency? I have a recipe for these troubles thai you can depend on, and If you want to make a QUICK RECOVERY, you oughl to write and get a copy of It. Many b doctor would charge you $:l.G0 just foi writing this prescription, but I have II and will be glad to send It to you entire- ly free. Just drop mo a line like thlsi Dr. A. E. Robinson. K-2S3 Luck Building, Detroit, Mich., and I will send it by re- turn mall In a plain enve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 March 1911

t 5 I 4 i ♦ i i 4 A ♦ Nothing Too Good /or you. That's why we want to take CASCARETS for liver bowels. It's not advertising talk— but merit—the great, wonderful, lasting merit of CASCARETS that we want yon to know by trial. Then you'll have faith—and join the mil- lions who keep well by CASCA- RETS alone. °> CASCARETS ioc ■ bo* for • week's treatment, all drtirelsU. Biggest aellor la tlte world. Million boxen a month. JUST LIKE EM. First College Student—Don't yon think some people ask a good many tool questions in letters? Second College Student—Yea. Now, my father always wants to know 11 I'm a bank. _ A SUlUil CUIUS FOR ITCHING FILES And all Dorms of skin diseases is Tet- terlne. It la also a specific for Tetter, Ringworm, Eczema, Infant Sore Head. Chaps and Old Itching Sores. ' "Enclosed fine one dollar for which please send me two boxes Tettcrlaei this makes five boxes I have ordered from you, the first one only, being for me. I suffered with an eruption for years, and one box...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 3 March 1911

FIRST SHOWING Of New Oxfords, Pumps, Dress Goods, Ladies' Misses and Children's Ready-to- wear and Clothing. CMt '4 dtie&tyk wnrs^ja iv cv ? 6% OPENING DISPLAY And Sale of Choicest 19 11 Spring Goods. Taft and Teddy had a spat— Bill says Ted thats enough of that— Lets be good and fuss no more—And buy our Spring Goods at McCullough's Big Store. EXTRA SPECIAL 18 inch wide corset cover embroidrodery per yard 17c EXTRA SPECIAL 35c silks in all popular fouland, extra special per yard 28c FLOUNCING Extra flouncing for dress- es and skirts with bands to match, prices 35c per yard up to $1.50 EXTRA SPECIAL 35c grade 104 sheeting special for one week.... 27c EXTRA SPECIAL A good quality German Val. lace worth 6c per yard, our price 12 yds 25c SILKS See our beautiful line of messaline, taffeta and fou- lard silks for waists and dresses, worth $1.00 per yard, our price 75c FLOUNCING 18 inches swiss embroidery flouncing worth 35c yer yd. at 23c PERSIAN LAWNS AND INDIA LINONS Big stock of Pe...

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