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

Our spring line of new dry goods is brimful of new crisp styles, elaborate in range of patterns and color. IT'S YOUR DUTY To see the new Spring styles, and our pleas- ure to show them to you. They are such attractive pat- terns and styles that they are selling very fast, so you had better come and see them. We are showing the newest dress goods, silks, wash goods ready-to-wear apparel, belts, neckwear, slippers, oxfords, pumps, hosiery, underwear, ribbons, laces, handkerchiefs, embroideries, yoking, flouncing, trimmings—Men's and Boys new head- wear, neckwear, footwear, underwear, suits and trousers. JV' JY JY, X Facinating Easter styles in MEN'S SUITS You'll like the style, the fit and the price and when you wear them you'll be satisfied. You should begin right away to acquaint yourself with what is newest to wear this Spring and what is best to buy. J. F. ITOLLOUGH The Style Store For Men, Women, Boys and Girls ' MESQUITE, TEXAS. % Local and Personal. vr.Hl f ,„r A nice shower of ...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 24 March 1911

BAD CASE OF GRIP a Caused Sore Throat and Ton- silitis. Restored by Peruna. Mr. W. H. Homley, Stony Point, Tennessee, Sir rites: "Five yean ago I took a very severe cold which resulted In la grippe. I never was bo bad off. I was in bed several weeks, and when I did Ket up I had tonsi litis and s o r « throat. "I tried to cure this for eighteen months, but it gradually got worse. A doctor advised me to have my tonsils cut out, but I did not llko the idea. Another doctor examined me, and told mo the same thing. I finally got a bot- tle of Peruna, and after I had taken one bottle my throat was better. I bought and used a dozen bottles, and saw I was going to get well, and I did." You can't sow thistles and reap figs. If rou plant Ferry's Seeds you trow exactly what you expect and in a profusion and perfec- _ tion never excelled. Mr. W. H. Ho&tloy. Fifty years of Rudy and experience make thrm re- liable. For sale everywhere. Ferry's 1911 Seed Annual free on request D. H. FERRY « CO....

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

v I 1 I m v m ♦ Qood Jokes MEMORY BAD MIND GOING INSTRUMENTAL SINGING. "Do you think your daughter's sing- ling will ever amount to anything?" '/ "Will It? Say, she does the finest Instrumental singing you ever heard." } "What Is instrumental singing? 1 don't believe I ever before beard ot that kind of singing." "Why, I buy a home In a high class [neighborhood and move In and start my daughter to singing, and In a month's time I can buy the adjacent homes at less than half their real value. My daughter's singing Is In- strumental In getting the prices low- fired." Bad Enough, Anyhow. Robert, aged ten, was playing with the other boys on the corner of Nine- teenth and Tioga streets, when his mother, who had been listening to the conversation, called him. "Robert," she began. In a grieved tone, "I never thought I'd hear you swearing." "Why, I wasn't swearing, mother," the boy defended himself. "I only said •the devil.' That isn't swearing." "Well," replied the mother quickly, "maybe it...

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

4* 7 Photographs! Photographs! A first-class Photographer from Dallas and Garland will be in MESQUITE two weeks only beginning SATURDAY, MAR. 25th Don't miss this great oppor- tunity of having your photo made. All work guaranteed first-class. No money required until pictures are delivered. If the work is not satisfactory you are not out a cent. I will go to your home and make family groups. Studio at Hotel, opposite T. & P. depot. Yours respectfully, W. H. DUKE. I Additional Local, I The Credit System a Curse Prom The Kerrville Sun. G. W. Sizemore and Bell of Dallas, were visitors here Sun- day. W. H. Lurnley family of near Lawson, were here yesterday, doing some trading. Front street is being graded from the postoffice west. The work is being done under the direction of J. A. Girdley, road superviser for this district. Yesterday was justice court day in Mesquite. There were three cases on the docket. One of these was dismissed by the County Attorney and the other two were conti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 March 1911

;; 8ute Librarian Capitol M m V Her « ■ ®lje ®exas itlcsquiter. By John E. Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1911 Vol. XXIX No. Y< THE FARMER SOWS WHAT HE EXPECTS TO REAR IF YOU WISH A COMFORTABLE OLD i AGE. PL ART SOME MONEY IN THE BANK a NOW DEATH OF GEO. W. MILLER Prominent New Hope Citi- zen Answers Last Call. ,*n is *■? t The bank lias been the world's greatest civilizer. It has done away with highwaymen and enabled honest men to have a safe place to keep their money, and yet have USE of their money. What would you do without a bank? Make Our BANK Your BANK The First National Bank OF MESQUITE At the Methodist Church. Preaching at both the morn- ing and evening hour. The subject of the hour for the morning service will be "thought power in its relation to the making of character." Every one has a cordial invitation to be with uh. I extend a special invitation to the men of the town to this service. I earnestly in- treat you to leave off the reading When I make a plea ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 March 1911

THh I L\A5 MESQU1TER J0I1N t. DaVIS. tditor and Proprietor MESQU1TE, - TEXAS Helen pink Is the newest color. (This will no doubt make Alice blue. Australia wants the world to know *hat It runs a meat market of Its own. Reports indicate that it takes two tiobbles to make one "harem ' skirt Some of the season's new bats will look well if they surround a pretty Cace. The Chicago millionaire who has turned artist can at least draw beau- tiful checks. It Is to be noted that all those pic- tures of Bmiling girls in aeroplanes mre taken on the ground. Luther Burbank can do a great deal ■with fruits and vegetables but he has never yet turned out a winterless win- ter. President Falieres of France gets a salary of $700,000, and the sum Bounds even bigger when expressed In francs. Physicians who are successfully us- ing hydrant water as an anesthetic will fall to score a hit with the man- ufacturing chemists. A Cleveland man has been robbea of $2,400 which he kept in a dishpan. He ought to ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 March 1911

IS SYNOPSIS. Senator John Calhoun Is Invited to be- come secretary of state In Tyler's cab- inet. He declares that If he accepts Texas and Oregon must be added to the Union. He sends his secretary, Nicholas Trlst, to ask the Baroness von Ritz, spy of the British ambassador, Pakenham, to call at his apartments. While searching for the ■baroness* home, a carriage drives up and Nicholas Is Invited to enter. The occupant Is the baroness, and she asks Nicholas to ussist In evading pursuers. Nicholas notes that the baroness has lost a slipper. She gives him the remaining slipper as a pledge that she will tell Calhoun what he wants to know regarding England's In- tentions toward Mexico. As security Nicholas gives her a trinket he intended for his sweetheart, Elizabeth Churchill. Tyler tells Pakenham that Joint occupa- tion of Oregon with England, must cease, that the west has raised the cry of "Fif- ty-four Forty, or Fight." Calhoun be- comes secretary of state. He orders Nicholas to Montr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 March 1911

Oil N Mesquitk, I , THE TEXAS MESQUiTER. 1 have no favorites that you to take care of. I Dollar Per Year, E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. cerned. 11 want want the board to that is possible for tion." Published Evert Friday At Texas. Entered In the poatoffloe at Mea- ,9aite, Texas, as second class matter. ■cSs"/v ssoci* Friday, March 31, 1911. Diaz has ruled Mexico with an son hand, but now in his old age, appears to be losing his grip. Trade days are fine things for towns. What's the matter with having one each month in Mes- quiteV When does spring begin? You can not prove it by the calendar. Spring begins whenever the weather man is willing. If there is a town or a city in iftie United States where the aensus report gave the popula- tion as much or more than the people expected, we would like to know where it is. An exchange says that West Texas is over-estimated and East Texas overlooked. As regards North Texas, neither is true. And then we do not have so much sand as East Texas or so much...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 March 1911

m J. I F. M' CHLL0BGH Is now showing NEW SPRING GOODS in all departments. You 11 enjoy seeing them; we'll enjoy show- ing them. Come whether you are ready to buy or not. Drop in today, tomorrow or as soon as you can and say you want to see the New Goods. OUR AIM AT THIS TIME is to show the men and women of this community the advantages in quality, service and price to be exclusively ob- tained at this store. LET US SHOW YOU. some of the new things for you. COME AND SEE THEM. New Slippers and Oxfords, New Laces and Embroideries, Dress Goods, Millinery, " Belts, Skirts, Back Combs, Shirt Waists, " Side Combs, Dresses for all ages, 44 Barretts, Hats for men and boys, " Neckwear, Suits for men and boys, " Hose, Groceries, " Muslin Underwear, Candies. Local and Personal. % Fred Autrey of Grand Saline, was here Sunday. R. G. Chapman of Dallas, was here Saturday. R. P. Chapman was here from New Hope Tuesday. ' T. G. and W. R. Duckworth of New Hope, were here Wednes- day. A. H. McWhorter of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 March 1911

Composer' T is not often that a man having devoted what would naturally be considered the best part of his life to one artlBtlc pursuit and having attained the highest honors In such chosen field, turns in his later years to another field of achievement equally arduous auu exacting, with every prospect of success. Yet that is precisely what Paul de Longpre has done— that Paul de Longpre who has been known for years as the king of flower painters and whose won- derful water colors of roses and carnations and pansles and every other form of petaled beauty have helped to enable America to vie with Eu- rope in modern art Art and music are supposed to be wedded and It Is not surprising, therefore, that if Paul de Longpre was to seek additional outlet for his arti6tlo energy he should turn to the musical •phere. But it is not music from the standpoint of a performer or singer that has interested this «ver-yonng enthusiast He has been more or less ©f a musician all his life and there Is an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 March 1911

A I ♦ Rheumatism Advice Give* Prominent Doctor1* Best Prescription—Is Easily Mixed. "Get one ounce of syrup of Sarsapiv- rlUti compound and one ounce of Tofls compound. Then set half a pint of fooa ■whisky and put the other two Ingredi- ents Into It. Take a tablespoonful of this mixture before each meal and at bed time. Shake the bottle before us- ing." This Is not new In thlB city as many of the worse cases of rheumatism and back-ache have been cured by It. Good results come the first day. Any drurg**t has these Ingredients on band or wlM quickly get them from his wholesale bouse. Any one can mix WHEN IT REALLY WAS WARM Incident Related by Mr. Bings Put an End to the Hot Weather Stories. "Hot In Brazil!" aald the young lnan who had Just returned from a trip to South America, according to the Chicago Dally News "Well, I should say bo. Do you know, for days at a time we couldn't take our after dinner siesta on account of the pe- culiar noises." "What noises ?" asked the blonde stenog...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 31 March 1911

I swsekssj .V.< , •; * ? • . J ~vC*v? * •, * i ^.r /i ;-l jgasPOitf* . ,l*V Vk«v%y>.-fflB'S 4 m " M-'ilP v. ' Iff! > . *• •• ■ ••• v iVs®. ?*>«-.«,' ip^ ■ : ' p#vi ?-£■- ,•" «t . ■WPffi: A! I;-;.?1- ,• f. •: l .n W« •fe'. , ■>& • ap .>7; .'iV v• i ■•■: ' '/:nW <>:& 0 Got > rlslit lUiiv Schaffuer A Marx pOR your Easter clothes you can't do better than come to us for Hart Schaffner & Marx fine suits and overcoats. You'll be dressed right and you'll find such clothes the real economy. Suit$ $18.00 and up R. P. Rhea Company FORNEY, - TEXAS This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. I Additional Local. ?****** * * * ******v W. T. Miller of Lawson, was here Wednesday. Mrs. C. A. Davis -of Dallas, is visiting relatives here. H. H. Coomer of Garland, was here a day or two this week. G. P. Chapman is having some work done on bis resi- dence. The work of remodeling and enlarging the Methodist par- sonage will be completed some time next...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 April 1911

"Sikt Librarian ' C*plt«l She 3c*as By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1911 Vol. XXIX No. <*0 i Bees Save WHY PQNTYOlf? NATURE fTEACHES US w to save a V s> into the: W. BANK Now 5o You'll have it when You = NEED IX ITS SAFE IN THE BANK JAMES J. HILL, the great railroad king, made money- slinging a pick when a young man. He BANKED and SAVED his earnings. He became a contractor and multimillionaire. W. M. HOLLAND CHOSEN MAYOR OF DALLAS Second Election Neccessary To Decide Three of the Commissioners Places. Make Our BANK Your BANK The First OF MESQUITE MIDNIGHT IN THE OZARKS and yet sleepless Hiram Scran- ton, of Clay City, 111., coughed and coughed. He was in the mountains on the advice of five doctors, who said he had con- sumption, but found no help in the climate, and started home. Hearing of Dr. King's New Dis- , ccvery, he '>eg;n t# use1 it. 'M believe it saved my life," he writes "for it mode a new man of me, so that I can now do good work again." For a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 April 1911

THTKXAS MESQU1TER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprleior MES QUITE, TEXAS When the bee-hive ia ready there ■will be plenty of beea to make honey. Edison has Just lost a 35-year-old suit It ought to be out of style by this time, anyhow. The Czar of Russia has bought a newspaper. Now, he'll get acquainted with some real troubles. It Is possible to buy a cement bouse with a roof garden for $2,500. Wo sup- pose the cellar would be extra. 1 The Elberta peach crop and the Al- berta wheat crop are friendly rivals, And both are full of promise this year. Germany has ordered another Zeppe- lin airship. Germany must have de- cided to keep on trying until she gets a good one. There is no use In fighting the in- evitable. A prominent college 1b add- ing to Its courses one to teach men how to cook. Milliners tell us that small bats will be the fashion thlB year, but it is not likely that the prices will be any small- er than usual. Now that Dr. Wiley has taken unto himself a wife we are curious to...

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

MM ufjj I'm*- 1 SYNOPSIS. • Senator John Calhoun Is invited to be- come secretary of state tn Tyler's cab- inet. He declares that If he accepts Texas and Oregon must be added to the Union. He sends his secretary, Nicholas Trlst, to ask the Baroness von Ritz, spy of the British ambassador. Pakenham, to call at his apartments. While searching for the baroness' home, a carriage drives up and Nicholas is invited to enter. The occupant Is the baroneBs, an'd she asks Nicholas to assist In evading pursuers. Nicholas notes that the baroness has lost a slipper. She gives him the remaining slipper as a pledge that she will tell Calhoun what he wants to know regarding England's in- tentions toward Mexico. As security Nicholas gives her a trinket he Intended for his sweetheart, Elizabeth Churchill, Tyler tells fakenham that joint occupa- tion of Oregon with England, must cease, that the west has raised the cry of "Fif- ty-four Forty, or Fight." Calhoun be- comes secretary of state. He orders Ni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 April 1911

HE TEXAS MESQUITER. Ono Dollar Per Year. ;ohn E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At MesquIte, ' • Texas. Entered in the poatoffico at Mes- qulte, Texas, as second class matter* v>^ • ° ^v/rVnV^^ s ASSOCis Friday, April 7, 1911. Good morninp, Mr. Speaker Clark! Uncle Joe had his fling, but now he isr an ex. "Republican mi nority' sounds good to us. What about a trade day for Mesquite once a month? And the recallers recalled the would-be recallers in Dallas Tuesday. Dallas voters set out to save the city Tuesday, but did not complete the job. Texas got seven chairmanships in the new Democratic congress. That's not at all bad. Forty-year franchises in the city limits do not appear to be necessary to the building of In- terurban lines into the country after all. Editor Holford of the Gar- land News will please explain what became of those fifteen people Garland has lost in the last ten years. No matter what happens, Dal- las will have plenty of water hereafter. There was n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 April 1911

msssi-^twat/^vai IA si id W IE. 1 Me IN. ! rairi IJ. C Jusim Det [as I >me Mis visi lews Dr. Ilesq If-Hd Mcj losit i |pent nth! J. J me /hicl i. R| lew i Supplement to THE TEXAS MESQUITER, Mesquite, Texas—April 7, 1911. Mrs. Will Motley Hurt. Mrs. Will Motely, residing near Macedonia church, was quite painfully bruised by being thrown out of a buggy Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Motley was driving across a ravine, when TaKe Pain Pill, then— To Head-Off a Headache Nothing it Better than Dr. Mile.' Anti-Pain Pill# They Give Relief without Bad After-Effect*. "For four years I was subject to almost constant headache. At times so severe I was unfitted for work. Through the advice of a friend I was persuaded to try Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills and the result has been that I have •atlrely eradicated my system of those continuous headaches that followed a hard and continuous mental strain."—©. L. Russell, Agt C. & N. W. Ry., Early, la. For Sale by All Druggists. 26 Dorfes, 26 Cents. MILES MED...

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

Republican minority" I sounds good to us. ■ fact, Hon. W. S. Stepter, the blind member from Ellis county, cept ii HSnraHpfc * i mm <- . /.•: !v;:' ' ■ • ' 1 wl K"« "1 mm-rfy 1; , ^ am 0^ whmm im?: ■■ ■ , 4 >-- *.. mm. ■mmbvsfri'-h* ■ w* a; g: . ':: .K',# ^ r* ^ : M si'/* ';r ■ 'W >■ ".':. U, v ;iiii tinmpm | ^^>,*%'',,,:.,-:',''i''1'*':'.. :vr'"; ' ■■ ■ ■■ ■ " .«/! ',:' ■-■' ■'&'•*''vV • S"- f ' .. ■■U" ' ■■' ■•-■ apt •• "ih-.tH'' fv^*y v-;'< "•■' H'll-Ifrpkb ..." , ' -■ ,#y.y.i.r.. •••■* -,i iM**.- :.. , ■•■• ,-.- ' *&;■ -i< '■<,,■ ■ , v .yi- ->«'■ . ., •,. ■ ■ •. ,« .. 7"':. : , y: ' v, ;;; • / ^, . . , ...;.* < vJ>; "XVV ■■ • ;■ .s "itx ■ ■ .; w ■• *& ■■. ..ymn ^•-V. - >'. '5 ;,,A-.,, v.. .^■.^.1.^,1 ■■■; ?.$$ $|| '$U ~ " •'...; i "■■ .:; ' "• :>jjy:v. v. - • •'•'■., ■ ... , %-sc«.., -i,' ,• - '•..._•.,. .f,. V' " '* iS" ■'■' * ' , 'W'V; g|f ^4, p?f ?'::'4:i'wJ , •.r> .'(#^'v' fcjm 1 afe '■ ^ :: V; 'V'; "-;v- ' V' -'V -■ ;' '•'■■...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 April 1911

A OUR READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT Has been a success from the jump. We are constantly adding new models to our line and are prepared to meet all de- ll mands for LADIES', MISSES', AND CHILDREN'S WASH DRESSES. •cG, £ Za Ladies' wash suits, skirts and shirt waists, muslin under- wear, and kimonas. Misses' skirts, middy blouse waists, wash dresses of all kinds, and children's dresses. Best line wash skirts, latest models, $2.00 to $4.00 Shirt waists, usually sold at 1.50, our leader 98 Ladies' all-wool voile skirts, newest styles and best values ever offered for 4.00, 5.00, 6.00 and $7.50 Black Panama skirts from 2.98 to ...; 4.98 Black petticoats, 50c to 5.00 White petticoats, 50c to 2.50 Large showing of Misses' and children's uudergarments at low prices. Ladies' dresses up from ... . .., $8.50 Misses' dresses ages 6 to 14, price 65c, 75c, 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 1.75, 2.00 and 2.50 Children's dresses, 25c to 2.25 A swell line of long and short kimonas up from 50 Small boy's wash suits, pants...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 7 April 1911

A TRAIN LOAD OF TOBACCO. Twenty-four Carloads Purchased for Lewis' Single Binder Cigar Factory. What is probably the biggest lot at nil fancy grade tobacco held by any factory in the United States has just been purchased by Frank P. Lewis, of Peoria, for the manufacture of Lewis' Single Binder Cigars. The lot will make twenty-four carloads, and la se- lected from what is considered by ex- ports to bo the finest crop raised in many years. The purchase of tobacco Is sufficient to last the factory more than two years. An extra price was paid for the selection. Smokers ot Lewis' Single Hinder Cigars will appre- ciate this tobacco. *—Peoria Star, January 16, 1909. What is passing in the heart of an- other rarely escapes the observation of one who is a strict anatomist of his own.—Shelley. WHY J&r&inn Creiur MAN AMI RICAN SBSPS ' To restore a normal action to liver, kiji- jiovfl, stomach and bowels, take G&rneM *Tea, the wild Herb laxative. AH druggists. ' It is HO use running...

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