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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 21 April 1911

' if; ■BBMBama v y:m\ I l^t fr t-t f-1 fr r t 61«-f f t fr fr «• 11 i Additional Local. I Ft tttttt Hi frit*'' fr % Born—To Chas. Dennis and wife, a son, April 18. T. VV. Bovell of Crowley, was here a day or two this week. Miss Flora Bradford of Min- eola, was the guest Saturday and Sunday of Miss Claudia Waller of the school faculty. The Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias opens at Abilene next Monday. .1. W. Bovell will at- tend as the representative of the local lodge. The ball game here Saturday afternoon between the local school team and the school team from Grand Praire, resulted in a victory for the visitors, the score bging 3 to 1. Business Locals, Old papers for sale at this of- fice at 15c per hundred. Good corn for sale. Ernest Gross. Por Sale—Good Cow, giving milk. Kimbrough. half Jersey Mrs. Jennie For Sale—15 Du roc Jersey and Poland China pigs. Lee Brisen- dine. R. 4, Telephone 52 4. Hunting or otherwise tress' passing in my pasture is forbid- den J. C. Chapman. Lost—In Me...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 April 1911

J s \ \ y if i® V/ She ®c*«0 By John E, Davis, MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1911 Vol.XXIX No. 45 BURGLARS AT NEW HOPE MAKE A RICH HAUL Some time Tuesday night, burglars effected an entrance in- to the drug store of R. P. Chap- man, at New Hope, and carried off a quantity of jewelry and cigars. Mr. Chapman estimates the total value of the goods taken at $000. Entrance into the build- ing was effected by cutting a hole in a side door large enough that a man could reach his hand through and unlatch the door. Buggy tracks showing that the man or men who committed the robbery came from and returned toward Dallas. The tracks made in turning also showed that the buggy was made on the cut-un- der style. Mr. Chapman sat up with a sick man on the night of the burglary and came by the store at 2:00 o'clock in the morn ing. He did not go into the store but it is his idea that the burglars did their work some time be- tween that hour and 4:00 a. m. The Sheriff's office at Dallas was notifi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 April 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN t. DAVIS, tditor and Proprietor MESQU1TE, - TEXAS Tho harem skirt ought to fool th« tnouso some. The farmer, unlike the consumer, goes to seed In the spring. Soon again the housefly will engage attention as an enemy to mankind. Missouri has the corncob pipe rec- ord. This, however, is not regarded as a sporting event And the Industrious cow has taken her place in the hall of fame beside the Industrious hen. According to an English professor, the human race is 170,000 years old. It hasn't much sense for Its age. Now Wellealey proposes to raise cats for laboratory purposes, why not utilize them for the glee club, also? The witchcraft of 200 years ago is now called malignant animal magne- tism, and it is the same old article. Twenty-five million persons smoked Missouri corncob pipes last year, and half of them borrowed the tobacco. Along with taxing bachelors why not give away a marriage license de luxe and a first payment on a parlor •et At the same time we ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 April 1911

I I !I ft ~40 DYEM£RyON HOUGI AUTHOK OF TtlE MI^I^IPPI BUBBLE ILIU3TPATI0N£ hv MAGNUS G.KBTTNER- COPYRIGHT *9°'9 £y BOBBJ-MERR1LI- CXIMPANV Id SYNOPSIS. ■*\ S Senator .Thhi) Calhoun is IrtVlted to be- come secretary of state In Tyler's cab- inet. He declares that If he aeoepts Texas And Oregon,, must beadned.'to tlw Union. He sends his secretary, Nicholas Trt t,*io ask the Baroness von Kit*, spy ' of the; British ambassador. I'akbnham. to call at his apartment#. While searching for the baroness' homft. a carriage .. drives up and Nicholas is Invited .to enter! The ocCupant IS the baroness, friwJ she asks Nicholas, to assist in evading pOT&uers, Nicholas now# that the baroncsrs-iims '■loati a Blipper. Bne' Rives him the reiriaintn®*' -slipper-'' as a Wedge 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 tor his sweetheart, Elizabeth Churchill, tilalhoun becomes secretary of- stat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 April 1911

THE iEXAS MESQUnbh. One Dollar Per Year. ;ohn E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mesquite, - ■ Texas. Entered in the postofflco at Mes- quite, Texas, as seeonil class matter. s /issociA Frida.y, April 28. 1911. You can put it down that Mes- quite's first trades day will be a success. It is the Mesquite way. If Governor Colquitt does not look after his own department and quit trying to pick a quarrel with the Attorney General, he is liable to get a scrap along nexi year that he isn't looking for. The Democrats in the House voted for Canadian reciprocity. 118 to 10. That sounds lik<> harmony and indicates that it they can have their way, Con- gress will do something for th« country. Gus Shaw of Texarkana does not agree with Mr. Bryan on tariff matters. As we under stand it, that makes Mr. Shaw h tool of the interests, a plunderer of the public and a vile stranglor of the people's right. As Mi- Bryan never blunders, how could it be any other way?— Houston Post. Mr. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 April 1911

C ®CXOG illcGquitcc. By John E, Davis, MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1911 1 AT THIS GREAT OVAL SELL! SELL! IS THE WATCHWORD! & u ~ fiTH less than three weeks9 time in which to clear out over 990,000 worth of merchandise, we are now waging the greatest setting campaign ever conducted in Dallas — Every Article in This Store Being Sacrificed fillet ma D rat;1 ,iTil7mwr*"ri t m ifiwrwiivr v rmftf - otafoma j.'.avaiManaii • i Hffii U W M @!«n M jj| ^ fco y wsmmmu ■ :js'. Twaa® and in many instances on goods that are complete in sizes and assortments* We are resolved to dear out this stock before moving to our new location, 2102-04 Elm Street9 and have closed our eyes to cost. J 7 W V 4 / j BIG CUT ON ■ ■ ■ 20 new styles in Silk Fou- lard, Voile and Marquisette Dresses, elaborately em- broidered in white and col- ors—$15.00 and $18.00 Values; sale price $9.90 Big assortment of white Dresses of all-over embroid- ery and sheer lawn, fancily trimmed with lace and em- broidery—$10.00...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 April 1911

Good Buggy Whip Free With each 75c package of Seneca Stock powder we give you free a 50c buggy whip. A 75c package of Seneca is as large as any other $1.00 stock powder. If it is not as good as any you ever used bring it back and get your money and keep the buggy whip, A nest egg free with every 25c package of Poultry Powder. We also have International and Pratt's. PALACE DRUG STORE Cullom & Chapman, Proprietors MESQUITE, - TEXAS c Local and Personal. J R. L. Page of Seagoville, was here Friday. D. H. Moon of Lawson, was here Saturday. Dr. E. M. Fowler of Forney, was here Sunday. Miss Ina Walker is visiting in Garland this week. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strange, a daughter, on Apr. 25. BUY ICE TICKETS AND SAVE MONEY $3.00 for $2.75 5.00 " 4.50 Ice in 100-lb. blocks, 40c In less quantities, 50c per 100 lbs. Fred Tosch • MEATS AND ICE MESQUITE, , TEXAS M. D. Parnell and L. Z. Milller of Lawson, were in Mesquite Friday. J. C. Rugel went to Brazos Palo Pinto county, on business Tuesd...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 April 1911

II Hi WHY BOND'S PILLS ARE THE BEST. They arc honestly made of best agents, and are small, gentle but ef- fective. Bond's Pills relieve the bad ef- fects of overeating or drinking. Head- aches, Biliousness, Constipation, Sour Stomach, yield readily to one pill, taken at bedtime. Try them once. Their merit will convince you. A free sample on request. Mention this paper. HOND'3 PHARMACY CO, Little Rock, Ark. Not Alarming. 'Arry—I 'eard you've got a job, B11L Is It a fac'? Bill—Yus It's true; but there aini no cause for anxiety; It's only t«n> pory!—London Opinion, TO DRIVE OITT MAI.ARIA. __ AM> lilllJt I I" THE SI STEM Tnkn the Old Manilard UUOVH'HTASTBI.BSi} '.!U11X TONIC. Y « Enow what yon are taking. printed on erery bottle, dealer;* tor DO yuara. Price 60 cent*. Not Possible. "Is there a good parting scene la that play?" "No; the hero's bald." Nature's laxative, Garfield Tea, over- comes constipation and is ideally suited to tone up the system in the Spring. He who gives ple...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 April 1911

i agg ;iW 5 I 9 I M * ■ f v it* MiMM mmn ■o- ■«#? 51 SHAKESPEARE'S CLAS8. David Belasco's play, "The Girl of the Golden West." haa be«n used, as all the world knows, by the famous Puccini as the libretto for his new opera. A New York critic congratulated Mr. Belasco on this honor the other day. Mr. Belasco replied: "To be Puccini's librettist is, of course, an honor. But It Isn't a su- preme honor. Some folks, though, seem to think so. "It all reminds me of a story about Ardltl. Ardltl was once Invited to lecture on Shakespeare. " 'Shakespeare,' he said, with a pui- rled frown. 'Shakespeare?' " 'Don't you remember, maestro T said a disciple. 'Don't you remember "Amleto" and "Romeo e Giulletta" and "Otello" and so forth?' "'Oh, yes! of course!' said the fa- mous conductor. 'Shakespeare! The librettist!'" Willie's Lessons. Miss Smith, who Is In the habit of assigning long and difficult lessons, called the other evening at the home of her brightest pupil, who had been absent several da...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 April 1911

.V-'--. :• : 1 ' > «*:: , J. C. Rugel, S. B. Marshall, R. S. Kimbrough, President. Vice Pres. Cashier. ESTABLISHED IN 1902. First National Bank Of Mesquite Resources - - - - $225,000.00 CONSERVATIVE - PROGRESSIVE - STABLE DIRECTORS: S. B. Marshall, T. B. Blair, Bedford Galloway, L. W. Wilson, E. G. Walker, J. C. Rugel, R. P. Curtis. Make Our BANK Your BANK FRIGHTENED AT AUTO HORSE RAN AWAY. Mrs. W. P. White of near Rose Hill, and her daughter, Miss Earl, were the victims of a run- away accident last Friday after- noon, in which they narrowly escaped serious injury. As it Was, Mrs. White was painfully bruised and their buggy was pretty badly damaged. Miss Earl escaped without injury. They had been to Mesquite and were returning home. About a half mile north of town buggy. After the accident, the men paused long enough to see Mrs. White and her daughter get up, and then proceeded on their way. Mr. White later found out who they were and they have agreed to have the buggy repaired. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 April 1911

i m ar SUPPLEMENT TO ®hc 3exoe illcsnnitcr. By John E, Davis. MESOUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1911 Vol,XXIX No. 43 FIGHTER OWES $21,470 GASH ON HAND, $10 Nerman Selby, the former pugilist who won many battles and raked in lots of the filthy lucre under the fighting name of Kid McCoy, has filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy in New York. According to the schedule, his liabilities are $21,470 and his assets $00, including clothing of the value of $50 and $10, cash on hand. NEW SIXTEEN-STORY SKYSCRAPER FOR DALLAS Dallas, Texas, April 20—The demolition of the 2-stoi*y build- ings at the northeast corner of Main and Akard streets is now under way. The buildings are being torn down to make way for the new sixteen-story building of the Southwestern Life Insurance Co. The site for this building is diagonally across t he street from the new 20-story Oriental hotel, the excavation for which was completed last week. GRAZY WOMEN FRIGHTEN GRAVE DEPUTY SHERIFFS Crazy women have cleaned out...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 April 1911

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 28 April 1911

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 May 1911

* w I K She ®cxae iUcsquitcr. By John E, Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1911 Vol, XXIX No. 45 Changing One's Mind. By Joe Sappington. Someone has said that a smart man sometimes changes his mind, but a fool never will. I have never wanted to be classed With the fools, so I chauge my mind frequently. I think evfcry man should be open to conviction and if he finds that he is in the wrong, let him confess it like a man. I have changed my mind on politics and religion quite a num- ber of times within the last twenty years. I once had a long whiskered populist to cause me to change my mind about pop- ulism and it took me less than three m in u tes to m ake the c hange. My conversion to the beauties of populism came about in this way. piece of broad cloth for a lady. Just as soon as I flashed my eyes on him I kijew he was a populist and had come to raise a row about that editorial. The lady I was waiting on was known in store parlance as a "looker," which, when literally translat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 May 1911

WHY, YES, SHE GOT THE NOTE Beautiful Roses Appreciated, but Thero Was a "Fly In tho Ointment." A young man whose gallantry Is In excess of his means sought to remedy this defect and to save the exi>ense of the money required for tho pur- ohase'of flowers for his lady loves by arranging with a gardener lo let him have a bouquet from time to time, In return for his cast-off clothes. So It happened that one day he received a bunch of beautiful roses, which he at once dispatched to her house. In sure anticipation of a friendly wel- come he called on the young woman that evening. He got a frosty recep- tion. "Did—er—did you get my flowers today?" he was finally forced to ask. "Yes, and the note that went with them." "Note? Why, did I send a note?" "You did. A disgraceful note, Bcrawled with a blunt pencil, on dirty paper. Here it is. 1 don't understand it, and I don't think you are very humorous," The note read as follows: "Here's your flowers, but you owe me a pair of pants for 'era....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 May 1911

7 A J I KIDNEY CHILL8 AND BACKACHE. If, when you get wet or take cold, 1t "settles oq the kidneys" and tbera Is a shivery, chilly sensation In the back, It shows kidney weakness which •ju-ju... Is often the beginning "uSilMtf of serious disease Doan's Kidney Pllli should be used per slstently until th« backache and othei symptoms disappear Mrs. I>. K. Jeffera Colfax, Wash., says: "For two weeks I had to be propped up In bed and I lost 60 pounds In weight. I was In terrible condition, in fact, I came very near dying. As a last resort I began using Doan's Kid ney Pills. Since then I have gained back my lost weight and feel wonder fully Improved." Remember the name—Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., BufTalo, N. Y. Breaking a Hobo's Heart. Manager Gus Hartz was standing near the opera house box office when one of two panhandlers who had en- tered the lobby approached him, and, holding out an addressed and sealed envelope, begged for tbe price of a po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 May 1911

\ THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. /ohn E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. published Every Friday At Mesquite, Texas. ICntored In the postoffloo at Mob- [ ouite, Texas, as second class matter, i U0S ASSOC\h Friday, May 12,1911. The largest crowd ever in Mesquite will be here Monday, May *29 Boost the Trades Day. Ik there is anything in the signs of the times, the oublic ca reel- of President Diaz of Mexico, is nearing its close. Dy ed in-the-wool Democrats demanding a protective tariff! Strange, isn't it?—Texas Repub- lic. Nothing strange about that. Thej* are not Democrats. Sexaeor J. C. McNealus has purchased the Dallas Democrat and will hereafter publish and edit same. Mr. McNealus is a splendid writer and will make the Democrat worth the while. Here's hoping thatOllie James will attach the Senatorial toga in Kentucky and send Paynter of the Republican aid society, to the scrap heap. Paynter is too small a man to represent a great state like Kentucky. Whether they make the land ing ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 May 1911

t WHEN OTHERS FAIL * Come in and let us fit you up with glasses, Or better still, come to us in the first place, and save trouble and expense. Our Guarantee of complete satisfaction or money back relieves you of risk. We could not make that broad guarantee if we could not fit you correctly and if the quality and price were not right. Eyes tested free. PALACE DRUG STORE Cullom & Chapman, Proprietors MESQUITE, - TEXAS : I' I, Local and Personal. 1 W. H. Lumley of Lawson, was here Saturday. R. G. Chapman of Dallas, was in Mesquite Saturday. Arthur Yates of Forney, was a, visitor here Sunday. Roy McGhee of Mineola, visit- ed Miss Claudia Waller Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brown, late of Big Springs, are .visiting relatives here. BUY ICE TICKETS ji 1 AND SAVE MONEY ;; V - V# < ► $3.00 for $2.75 5.00 " 4.50 Ice in 100-lb. blocks, 40c In less quantities, 50c per 100 lbs. ! \ '* Y Fred Tosch meats and ice MESQUITE, , TEXAS A. Rockhold of Dallas, was hereon business a day or two this w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 May 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN E. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQUITE, - TEXAS Swat the fly! If all dreams came true, people would soon quit eating mince pie. The modern man who taken up his bed and walks is the mattress sales- man. Holland produces 142.000 pounds ol butter a year. Enough to butter both sides of her bread. If the drinking cup Is to go, some economist of pocket space might com- bine a straw with a fountain pen. "Imbecile insanity" is the newest. We may yet hear of "insane lunacy" if the experts run out of adjectives. Shoe manufacturers announce that the feet of American women are grow- ing larger. The ungallant wretches! The story persists that the monorail system of transportation is to go to Alaska and grow up with the country. The Chicago youth who eloped with a girl and seven trunks would make a huge success In the express business. The Oklahoma woman who has 13 sons, all under 6 years of age. Is not suffering from the lack of something to do. There seems to be a rem...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 May 1911

s MI .1 f IJ ' \ I i «• SYNOPSIS. Senator John Calhoun Is Invited to be- rome 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 Bareness von Hits, spy of the British ambassador, Pakenhain, to call at Ills 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 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. Calhoun becomes secretary of state. He orders Nicholas to Montreal on state business, and the latter plans to be mar- ried that night. The baroness says she will try to prevent the marriage. ...

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