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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 12 May 1911

" "> />(/* 1&UiUI HQK3B0H 4* \i> «i> □ We Will Sell You A Good Buggy for - - - A Good Set of Harness for - - - - - A first class 3 in. Gear Brake Wagon for - A Sewing Machine, guaranteed a lifetime A fiirst class Bike, coaster brake, guaranteed A guaranteed Washing Machine for A 4-Qt. Guaranteed IceCream Freezer A full size Kohler & Campbell Piano, sev- en and one third Octaves, full Composite Metal Frame, Bronzed from top to bottom, Overstrung scale, 3 strings to a note, double repeating action, Ivory keys, Ebony sharps, continuous hinge, a factory piano not a cheap stencil make, jq years guarantee, for - - 250.00 Terms To Suit The Purchaser $40.00 10.00 80.00 16.00 22.50 9.00 2.00 Under a suspension of the rules, an ordinance was passed repealing the stock law ordinance. This carried the emergency clause and is effective at mid- night on May 14. The following accounts were allowed: Texas Mesquiter, $4.10 tor printing and advertising; C. D. Kimbel, $10.50, for f...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 May 1911

Bute Librarian C&pttol ®ht 0CSO6 By John E, Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1911 Vol. XXIX No. 46 Gould Not Pay R. R. Faro Shipped Himsel by Express i \ s Without the price of a ticket and fearing the loss of a priceless leg if he tried the crude method of traveling by freight, Banks A. Meyer, thirty one years old, a carpenter, consigned himself at Lawrence, Kan., as a talking ma- chine, packed his body in a queer shaped box and started on a novel journoy to Galveston. One of the two water bottles he had with him—his only subsistance— broke and he was discovered by R. F. Brewster, express mes- senger on the Katy train arriv- ing in Fort Worth Sunday after- noon at 5:20 o'clock, when he sneaked out to get a drink from the water cooler. The man was held at the cen- tral police station in Fort Worth ior investigation. He was turned over to the city when the train ar- rived at the Texas & Pacific sta- tion. He had traveled five hundred miles on his unique journey until i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 May 1911

mm THE TEXAS MESQU1TER JOHN t. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MESQU1TE, - - - TEXAS DALLAS COUNTY ITEMS 1 DALLAS CO ITEMS ... John H. Cullom, formerly publisher of the Garland News, assumed his du- ties as inspector of weights and mea ures of this city Monday. The Texas Bankers' convention con- vened here Tuesday. .. Over 1,200 bankers are in attendance. John Cox, Jr., a Dallas boy, who re- cently completed three years service In the U. S. navy, says it's the land for him hereafter; that sea life wltb Uncle Sam has no charms for him. Announcement is made that Thos. J. Freeman will succeed L. S. Thome as vice president and general man- ager of the Texas & Pacific railway, with headquarters in this city. The position of assistant general manager, heretofore filled by John W. Ever- man, has been abolished and Mr. Ev- erman made general superintendent Unless (the wea,ther interferes It Is expected that the fifteenth pier of the Dallas-Oalc Cliff viaduct will be completed this week. Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 May 1911

V 4. ' !";'v /1 I 1 Advertising Talks WHY ADVERTISE? By ELBERT HUBBARD. , The things that live are the things that are well advertised. The thoughts that abide are those that are strongly maintained, ably defended, well ex- ipressed. The world accepts a man or an in- stitution at the estimate it places on Itself. To let the rogues and fools «xpound and explain to you the multi- tude, and you yourself make no sign, and allow the falsehood to pass as cur- rent coin. And soon it becomes legal tender. [According to the common law of Eng'' iland a path across your property once used by the people is theirs for all time. In America millions of dollars are" now being expended by certain suc- cessful firms and corporations to cor- rect a wrong impression that has been tallowed to get a foothold in the pub- lic mind concerning them. Just remember this: It is not the ithlng itself that lives; it is what 1b raaid about it. Your competitors, the Idlsgruntled one's, are busy. The time jto correc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 May 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. ;©hn E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mbsquitk, Texas. Gossip About The Legislature Politics and Politicians By Tne Editor Botered in the postoffico at Mes- Texas, as second claaB matter. A5S0C1A Friday, May 19, 1911. Remember the date: Monday, May 29. Why not stop making pennies *ad let us have the 2^c piece instead? Before Madero rules Mexico he will doubtless have to show that he can control his own men. The Royse Times reports the organization of a "Boys and Girls Hog Club." Think how fortunate at was that the printer, in setting up the item, did not substitute the letter "u" for the letter "o" in the word "Hog." The Rowlett Enterprise is the latest journalistic candidate for favor in Dallas county. O. F. Vernon, for many years con- nected with a Dallas paper house, and well known to the craft, is «editor of the Enterprise. He has our best wishes. This is the season of the year ■when it is appropriate to make remarks abou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 May 1911

iV i. This Store Was The First Store in Meaquite to sell watches. It has been selling watches a long time. It has always sold watches underthe "satisfaction guaranteed" plan and every guarantee has been backed up. As a result the hundreds of watch customers of this store are satisfied. We can sell you just as good a watch as you want to pay for and no matter what you pay for a watch here you will get the best watch that that amount of money will buy anywhere. If you are thinking i.t buying a watch now or later, drop in and talk it over with u< The Palace Drug Cullom & Chapman, Props, Store Mesquite, Texas Local and Personal, iL ID 12 pages this week. See Trades Dav program in this issue. J. I. Denton of near Rose Hill, was hear Monday. Jeff D. Bruton of near Elam, was here Wednesday. „ Clyde Hughes of Forney, was a visitor here Sunday. J. A. White of near Rose Hill, was in town Wednesday. ' BUY ICE TICKETS AND SAVE MONEY $3.00 for $2.75 5.00 " 4.50 Ice in 100-lb. blocks, 40c ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 May 1911

im, I ilk'; ' Mrafi ill KIDNEY TROUBLE CAUSES LUMBAGO Remarkabla StoryAboat Great Remedy I cannot refrain from wtUing to my that your Swamp-Root- haa £&*•!! ofite^ me greatly. Last year I had a jflfefcre alttfok of lumbago. Was bad for 'a long iiine, and on seeing your adverti^a^-nt, I de- termined to give it a trial. 1. did so and in two weeks wan cured. I gave a bottle to a poor woman who could soarVely walk. Bhe came to nie in four days to tell me the whs all right and most thankful. I had another attack last November and was so bad that I could not rise from iny chair -without assistance and could hardly lace up my boots. I at oncp sent for more Swamp-Root and after takiqg two bottles, I am more than glad Ui.it I am well again. My age being seVenty-three, I am the more convinced of the excelleiict of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. Yours very truly, HENRY .SEARLE. 1410 Arch Street. Littlq Rock, Ark. Ltttar (o T r. Kliiatr * Co. Rlnjrhaaton, R, T. Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For Y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 May 1911

I + ¥ U ' 1 WHAT I WENT THROUGH Before taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Natlck, Mass. —"I cannot express what I vrent through during the change of life before I tried Lydia E. lMnkham's Vegetable Com- pound. I was in such a nervous condition 1 could not keep ......J still. My limbs were cold, I had crecny sensations, and 1 could not sleep nights. I was finally told by two phTs- Jicians that I also •had a tumor. I read one day of the wonderful cures made by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and decided to try it, and it has made me a welt woman. My neighbors and friends declare it had worked a miracle for me. Lydia E. Pinkham's, "Vegetable Compound is worth its weight in gold for women during this period of life. If it will help others you may publish my letter."—Mrs. Nathan B. Greaton, 61 N. Main Street, Natlck, Mass. The Change of Life is the most criti- cal period of a woman's existence. Women ererywhere should remember that there is no other remedy known to medic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 May 1911

ii? St*:' I 8 I IFI HAP ONLY PUT Maf MONEY IN the BANK I WOULD H/^E IT NOW > • . IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO LEARN; .START A BANK ACCOUNT NOW HAVING MONEY OF YOUR OWN enables you to borrow more money when you want it to start a busi- ness of your own- Make Our BANK Your BANK. The First National Bank OF MESQUITE HIGH SGK00I NOTES. Additional Local, f tot** A son was born to J A. Snow and wife on May 17. Newell Landrine of Dallas, was a visitor here Friday night. J. C. Rugel attended the State Bankers convention in Dallas, a day or two this week. ■" Thevrepeal of the stock law ordinance went into effect Sun- day and the town cow is now in her glory. Humphreys & Vansaon's store front has been repainted, which adds very much to the appear- ance of same. Work on changing the fronts of the Bovell and Cullom brick j buildings has not been begun, due to difficulty in finding men to do it. Kentucky Belle'' a popular play, will be given by the gradu- ating class at the Mesquite High School...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 May 1911

1 m Ifl */ n.1 tv 9 . i > i }J Jttesnuiier. By John E, Davis, MESQU1TE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1911 Vol.XXIX Nc . 46 □ We Win Sell You □ A Good Buggy for - - - $40.00 A Good Set of Harness for - - - - - 10.00 A first class 3 in. Gear Brake Wagon for - 80.00 A Sewing Machine, guaranteed a lifetime 16.00 A fiirst class Bike, coaster brake, guaranteed 22.50 A guaranteed Washing Machine for - - 9.00 A 4-Qt. Guaranteed Ice Gream Freezer - 2.00 A full size Kohler & Campbell Piano, sev- en and one third Octaves, full Composite Metal Frame, Bronzed from top to bottom, Overstrung scale, 3 strings to a note, double repeating action, Ivory keys, Ebony sharps, continuous hinge, a factory piano—not a cheap stencil make. jg years guarantee, for - - 250.00 Terms To Suit The Purchaser We will sell you an Automobile if you want it. A car load of hay ties in transit. Barbed wire, binder twine, lawn mowers,—in fact every- thing. Remember this is not a bargain counter, but a store that gives you...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 May 1911

! Elected Mayor of City in State of Kansas. for Two Years Town Will Be Com- pletely Under Woman's Adminis- tration—Male Holders of High Offices Walk the Plank. Hunnewell, Kan.—Mrs. Ella Wilson, the newly-elected mayor of this city, for the first time since her election consented to explain her plans for cleaning up the municipal govern- ment, which In her pre-election speeches she declared to be "full of' graft and Godlessness." Mrs. Wllaon'B first announcement was that she would appoint Mrs. Rosle E. Osbourne, defeated candidate for police judge, to be superintendent of police, while Mrs. E. E. Hllten, who ran for town councilor and failed, will be appointed city clerk. While Mrs. Wilson did not specific- ally admit it. the declaration is made that under a compromise plan male officers will be ejected from the high- er municipal offices entirely and that for two years at least Hunnewell will be completely under a woman's ad- ministration. There is no doubt of the radical in- tentio...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 May 1911

STORM CENTER OF BATTLE OF AGUA PR I ETA ♦ ma m ■f 4 r* A\ jii I ri<fyfyii w ^) *w .~w~. iW~- T* <T ■ ' ■ > ' v'y • > .* BgSfc"1 ■ M"' > -% « , ,rr - Jm •' s-v' > " '. \ ' WfcMCy $ V s( ..-.; ;.jnnRHRS - * >. - <- * >v~* jj 'A v * ; s* - w< *Mz . ' " ;vw->e ■> ■„ .. _•-- M.J< ^,: , - . • . . > " V" V Tftc PULL ff/fiQ JIT fJQUfl PRIFM THE Mexican federal forces In the battle of Agua Prleta seemed to have concentrated a good deal of their lira on the hull ring, which Is a conspicuous feature of the little town. They did this for the reason that It was occupied by a strong force of insurrectos. After the fight was over the ring gave evidence of the storm of bullets that had deluged it. The towers at the entrance were literally shot to pieces. A rivulet of blood wa§ seen pouring from one of them into the dust of the arena. Other buildings and the grand stand were riddled by missiles from rifles and machine guns, walls. Dead bodies were lying in t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 19 May 1911

. I *11 \ : !§ $• Hw r HMaawEaSmS ♦ HUDSON DAVIS & CO., The Place to Buy Your Summer Siiil, Ha! auii Slippers j Men's Suits $10.00,12.00.15,00,10.00 f and $18,00. Boys' knickerbooker suits$1.50to $5.00. A FREE WATCH I with every $10.00 Suit and up. I Humphreys & Vanston Everything Hardware Implements And Vehicles A business with 17 years of suc- cess behind it. . MES QUITE TEXAS I The Guaranty State Bank OF MESOUITE Invites your account and offers you every occommodation con- sistent with sound banking. MONDAY, MAY 29,1911 Arrangements are being made to make it a pleasant day for all who attend. A big crowd is sure to be on hand. In fact everything indicates that we will have Biggest Crowd Ever Assembled In Mesquite Keep Cool and Healthy By buying your Cold Drinks and Drugs at Mesquite Pharmacy Dr. J. B. Bryant, Prop. IF YOU EAT TO LIVE U] THE BEST W. O. Parker GROCERIES ^ MESQUITE, • TEXAS BUY YOUR MEAT and ICE At our market. Highest prices paid for livestock. J. W. McDanie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 May 1911

4 ®he ®c*cig iUconuitcr. BiaU Librarian Capitol By John E, Davis, MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1911 Vol.XXIX No, 47 \l !i **#* '"1 &=§! 11 SEVEN TRADE DAYS AT HUDSON, DAVIS & COMPANY Commencing Saturday, May 27, and continuing for 7 days. Never before have we made such price reductions for May, but as Monday, May 29 is Trades Day in Mesquite, we want you to have an opportunity to make your trip a profitable one, so we have done our part when it comes to saving you money on your Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Millinery. Some very attractive prizes will be awarded by the committee. Come mingle with the crowds and make our place your headquarters. If you are tired and want to rest we have plenty chairs, ice water and fans. A FREE WATCH WITH EVERY $10.00 SUIT AND UP * J m Pi I m _ k.V«v« t \l IV..: ' 1 t. '■,* > Mens Summer Suits In Blue and Fancy Worstead PRICES $10°° 12.5° *•* 1800 mi SICNE.0 «V YOPK *s©« Sfc? J- in ^ V Boys' Summer Suits With Knickerbocker Trouse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 May 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUlTlik JOHN E. 0WIS, Editor and Proprietor MBSOIIITE. TEXAS COUNTY ATTY. CLARK MAKES A WINNING Sunday Shows to Bow to Con- stituted Authority. In accordance with an agreement made between County Attorney R. M. ('lark and Dalton & Dalton, proprie- tors of the Orpheum Theatre, in Dal- las, all cases of Sunday violation against the latter have been dismisses on their promise no to give any Sun- day shows hereafter. Kver since he assumed his ofTlce, Mr. Clark has waged unrelenting war fare against the theatres that ran on Sunday and he has secured mjiny con- victions, fines in some instances run ning as high as $100. He has refused to agree to any com promise. Formerly the theatrical managers were wont to plead guilty every Monday morning in the city court and pay a nominal fine of $20 in one case and have all the other cases dismissed. His next move will be to attempt to forfeit the charter of the Interstate Amusement Co., operating the Majes- tic. He will attempt to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 May 1911

V * the handiest • <« thing in the pan- try. It is pure and uiy. J.L ptuceuiu always ready to nsp w ■fm There is no waste—use as much or as little as you need, and the rest keeps longer than fresh milk. Gives fine results in all cooking Tell your grocer to send Libby's Milk \ sWhat Mamma Said. When the new minister, a hand some and unmarried man, made his first pastoral call at the Fosdicks, he took little Anna up in his arms and tried to kiss her. But the child re- fused to be kissed; she struggled loose and ran off into the next room, ■where her mother was putting a few finishing touches to her adornment be- for going into the drawing room to greet the clergyman. "Mamma," the little girl whispered, "the man in the drawing room wanted me to kiss him." "Well," replied mamma, "why didn't you let him? I would if I were you." Thereupon Anna ran back Into the drawing room, and the minister asked: "Well, little lady, won't you kiss me now?" "No, I won't," replied Anna prompt- ly, "but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 May 1911

1 J,' I I 1 THE TEXAS MESQUITER. One Dollar Per Year. , ohn E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. Published Every Friday At Mksquitk, Texas. Kotercd in the postofliee at Mes- quite, Texas, as seeoncl ela s matter. Friday, May 26, 1911. Next Monday is THE day. The hog clubs are all right. They mean better hogs and there is money in the Texas hog. Lorimer is on the rack and it looks like he is slated for mem- bership in the Down and Out club. President Taft's lame duck club is still growing. Soon it will be as large as Roosevelt's Anan- nias club. Dallas is again facing a water famine. And yet there are citi- zens who do not dread that as they do the possibility of state- wide prohibition. It is said that President Diaz of Mexico is broken down physi- cally. Well, the old man has gone throngh enough recently to skakea strong constitution. Since the United States Su- preme Court has amended the anti-trust law in a way that Congress has refused to do, it is up to Congress to change the law and make it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 May 1911

s I I I \ v iu > THE INVENTIVE MANIA By Joe Sappirigton Pear reader was it ever jour sweet privilege to be the confiden- tial friend of an inventor some friend who has spent his yonntf manhood and his wife's inherit ance trying to invent some great household necessity or labor sav- ing device? Have you never h;td him to take you by the arm and lead you like a dumb lamb to the slaughter, up into the loft of his barn away from the rude giae of the prying public eye and reveal the inner secrets of a model of an invention which when com pleted was destined to startle the civilized world? If such has ru>t fallen to your lot you have lost some of life's greatest pleasures. 1 have been indeed fortunate by being the confidential friend of many inventors. There must be something in my general ap- peal ance that appeals to the in- veotorta mind--something that speaks peace to their troubled souls and inspires them to great er efforts. I once lived in a country U.wn, that had more invent...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 May 1911

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 May 1911

a/ This Store Was The First Store in Mesquite to sell watches. It has been selling watches a long time. It has always sold watches under the"satisfaction guaranteed*' plan and every guarantee has been backed up. As a result the hundreds of watch customers of this store are satisfied. We can sell you just as good a watch as you want to pay for and no matter what you pay for a watch here you will get the best watch that that amount of money will buy anywhere. If you are thinking uf buying a watch now or later, drop in and talk it over with us. The Palace Drug Store Cullom & Chapman, Props, Mesquite, Texas a E I 111 Local and Personal. Next Monday 4he day. T. A. Jett of Lawson, was here Tuesday. H. M. Rawls of Terrell, is visit- ing relatives here. G. W. Sizemoore of Dallas, was a visitor here Sunday. Herman Roberts of Terrell, was a visitor here 8unday. A daughter was born on May 23, to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones. B. L. Harris and family o f Dallas, visited relatives here Sunday. W. P...

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