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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 May 1911

:""\1 i En■ J t1- I I I H, I 11 Many girl has too many string* to her beau. I/pwin' Single Hinder, straight 6c—many •uiukem prefer theiu to 10c cigar*. Kver notice how maify people there ere In the world who cay: "You Just wait, I'll get even with you!" If constipation is present, the liver ■lu^Rish, taita Garfield Tea; it is mild io action and never loses its potency. The Way of It. Knlcker—How does marriage affect accomplishments? Bocker—A girl drops her music and a man takes up his smoking. Trjr Mnrlne Eye Itemed?1 for Hed, Watery Eyes and Granulated Uds. No Smarting—Just Eye Comfort. Murine lye Halve In Aseptic Tubes New Siz« t&a. Murine IJciuld 26o-50c. With One Exception. Harduppe—Every man should mar- ry. Everything I have In the world I owe to ray wife. Wigwag—Don't forget that ten spot you owe me.—Philadelphia Record. TV> vnur feet feel tired, aohv. and sore et ni"M? th<"n n Tittle TTnni- lins WiwiH 0>1. They'll be glad in the morning and so will you. Explained...

Publication Title: Texas Mesquiter, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 May 1911

f Advertising FAVORS CHURCH ADVERTISING Newark Business Man Tells New Jer- sey Methodists to Employ Newspaper Space. At the Rosevllle (N. J.) Methodist Church Men's club, Theodore S. Fel- tinger, a prominent business man of Newark, declared that the church Is awakening to a new era of success through advertising. He said in part: "You are eager to reach the people. You are anxious that they should know what the church teaches, and you have a proposition for them that concerns not only their lives on earth, but their existence through all eternity. This being true, why should you stop at any legitimate means of reaching every man, woman and child who can be reached? "You know that modern advertis- ing, properly written and handled, brings success to men engaged in every other business and profession. You know, or ought to, that advertis- ing has been a wonderful factor In encouraging people to use some of our most wonderful and useful present-day inventions, including the sewing ma- ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 26 May 1911

THIS IS GUARDS THAT IS WHO MONEY m JJ . s. nat. | ra ' \ ** ' 'ft9 Our bank being a National Bank, places us under Gov/ ernment Supervision, and guarantees safety to every depositor. We refer those who have not dealt with us to those who HAVE. Make OurjBANK Your BANK. The First National Bank OF MESQUITE R. 0. Ixjve and family of De Sota, who had been visiting rela- tives in and near Mesquite, re- turned home Monday. W. G. Edgar of Forney, was here yesterday. Mr. Edgar said he would be back again on Trades Day and that a good many others from in and around Forney would be here on that day. Mrs. W. K. Curtis of Midland, fe visiting her sister, Mrs. J. H. Fender. Mrs. E. G. Walter and chil- dren visited relatives in Dallas Sunday and Monday. \ RED HOT PRICES FOR TRADtS DAY ————■ i - ——— Webope to make Trades Day a banner day for our and we are going to do our part by selling some cheaper than they can be bought by us today. store goods ITRAOES DAY SPECIALS: - 1 a $ 6.00 9.00 15.00 10.0...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 June 1911

She By John E, Davis* MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1911 Vol. XXIX N:, W MESQUITE S TRADES DAY WAS A DIG SUCCESS A Record Breaking Crowd Was Present and Much Fine Stock Was Shown. That the Trades Day. held in Mesquite on Monday, was a suc- cess—a big success—no one for a moment will deny. The peo- ple began coming in by 9:00 o'clock in the morning and by noon the streets were crowded. Right after the noon hour anoth- er crowd came in anil the whole town—stores, sidewalks and the public square was filled with people —a rather warm but jolly and good natured crowd. They came, not only from the territory immediately surround- ing Mesquite, but from Garland, Rose Hill Rowlett, Reinhart, Or- phans Home, Dallas, Scyene, Rylie. Kleburg, Lawson, Seago- ville and perhaps many other places. Thsy were so many peo- ple here that it was hard to tell where they came from. The races were pulled off as advertised, except that there were several features added to the published list. One of these ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 June 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUlThk , 5 " ■ m Bra Kf i JOHN C. DAVIS, Editor and Proprietor MES QUITE, TEXAS Pushing a lawn mower la the oppo ■lte extreme from joy riding. Baseball sl&ag In Japanese must bf something weird and appalling. Herewith approaches the Joyous sea ■on when a man's keys rust in bli pockets. No man Is a hero to his valet, an< no matinee Idol Is a hero to the lead Ing lady. A violoncellist was dismissed fron a New York show because she woul< not kiss a man—In public. The Russian scientist who sayi rabies can be cured by eating beetlei fails to announce a cure for eatlnj beetles. "An Ithaca (N. Y.) doctor wishes t< have placed In every public scho© tha statue of a perfect man." Married or slngleT A bottle containing a one dollar bil was carried 300 miles by sea. But ii didn't get within reaching distance oi New York. 1 Reserve a few swats for the mos qultoes that are coming, although al well-directed ones should be applie< to house flies. A Missouri Judge rules ...

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

I ' J 54-40 FIOHT BYEMERTON HOUGH AUTHOR OF THE IPPI BUBBtE IltUJTRATIONy hv MAGNUS G.KJETTNER. COPYRIOHT 1909 £y BOBa^-MERRlLL OOKPAffV iSSK® 24 SYN0PSI8. John Calhoun becomes secretary ot ttate tn Tyler's cabfnet with the fixed de- termination to acquire both Texas and Dregon. Nicholas Trist, Ills secretary, is lent wltn a message to the Baroness von Ritz, spy and reputed mistress of the British minister, Pakenham. Trist en- eountern the baroness and assists her in escaping from pursuers. S.he agrees to lee Call oun, and as a pledge that she wiil tell him what he wants to know re- garding l>e Intentions of England toward Mexico, slie gives Trist a slipper, the mate of which has been lost. Trist is or- flered to Montreal on state business, and arranges to be married to Elizabeth Churchill before departing. The baroness •ays she will try to prevent the marriage. A drunken congressman, who Is assisting Trist In his wedding arrangements, blun- Seringly sends the baroness' slipper t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 June 1911

I ] >4 T w&1 , «WK Iffl I & wsfe? p® 'MAS MESQUITER. One L>ollar Per Year. . rin E. Davis, Ed. and Pub. i -* nuliahkd Every Friday At Texas. f i in the poBtoffico at mes- as second clans matter. Priday, June 2, 1911. .Mesquite's first Trades Day h a big success. The others lie- fallow will be. That's the .Yt&*wfluibe way. 1 / tori. hogs and better hogs at toss expanse is the slogan of the * . i s and girls hog club. That jtaaans more prosperity. JOE SAP AS A LOVER By Joe Sappington. No one beholding my pale, fuz- zy face when I was a mere strip- ling of a boy would Lave believed that I would make the bold dash- ing lover that I did. I was but fourteen years old when cupid first shot a dart through my heart and 1 was wholly unpre- pared for such an unlooked for ,r„ event. 1 was chopping cotton |Joey," "stay GIVEN AWAY! Tfvtt mj) to the Senate now to ipab Lorimer out and later on it -will be up to the people to retire representatives of special hftessats. when I rece...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 June 1911

e L WE WERE GLAD To see so many people here on Trades Day and were very much pleased to have so many call on us. We hope ev- erybody enjoyed the day and that they will come back again. It is a good idea for people to take a day off now and then to meet their friends and you are always welcome here whether you buy or not. C. B. Gillespie and family of Dallas, were guests at the home of Mrs. Mattie Grace Sunday. P. B. Terry and family of Lockhart, have been visiting rel- atives in and near Mesquite for the past week. Joe Croomer of Rowlett, was here Sundav. He came after his pocketbook which he lost in Mes quite and which he recovered through an ad in this paper. Ernest Gross found the pocket- book. The Palace Drug Store Cullom & Chapman, Props, Mesquite, Texas Local and Personal. Mrs. C. A. Davis of Dallas, is 'isiting here. Albert Bovell of Crowley, is tow with the Bovell Co. A daughter was born on May S, to John Lambert and wife. Sam Dysterbach of Dallas, at- anded the Masonic ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 June 1911

The BAKING POWDER That Makes the Baking Bitter Failures are almost Impossible with Calumet. We know that It will Blve you better results. We know that the baking will be purer —more wKoleiome, We know that It will be more evenly raised. And we know that Calumet Is more economical, both in its use and cost. We know these things because we have put the quality Into It—we have seen It tried out in every way. It Is used nowln millions of homes and lt Bales are growing daily. It is the modern baking powder. Have you tried it? Calumet Is highest In quality— moderate In price. Received Award- World's Pure Food Exposition. jnie;t baking CHICAGO $0" HENRY WELLINGTON WACK COPN RIGHT BY c FIELD iwaiMWgBgja word with :* §f| ' ■ ■■■' •W; ' >K msg Like the Other Chicks. Charles T. Rose, equally well know. In Masonic work and banking circles of Cleveland, la a great chicken fan- cier, Rhode Island Reds being his fr.vorite breed. Walking through his incubator house he discovered that Helen, the ...

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

m ■ ( t ' ■ i/ 'i I i I i! \3 V J 1' IJ Sliced Dried Beef Old Hickory Smoked Highest Quality Finest Flavor la sealed glo Jan at your groceri Ask for Libby'a M Many a man's idea of being well dressed is a noisy necktie. It sometimes happens that a woman marries a man because she is sorry for him. But is not that a poor way to show her sympathy? If your skin is marred by pimples and fiver marks, take Garfield Tea. It will regulate the liver, cleanse the system and purify the blood. Took Profesor's Word for It. "Didn't you hear all of the profes- sor's lecture?" "Why, no. He began by saying that sleep is the secret of right liv- ing—and then I came home and went to bed." A Tame Substitute. "It begins to look as if those adven- turous young men who went to Mexi- co in hopes of seeing some real fight- ing will be denied that pleasure-." "Yes. There is nothing left for them to do now but to come back home and Jump on the umpire." Preferred Carpenters. Plumber—Why do you go on using this o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 2 June 1911

I 1 "V J? *$?*}? ****** H ** I 4 4 4 1i 4i •I <• FRUIT JARSk See us for your fruit jars, jar rubbers and extra tops, ^'e arc headquarters tor the Mason fruit jars. Economy Fruit Jars 41 Save money, time and trouble by using the economy quent losses. However we u sure the regulars will be glad to have them report.—Editor]. fruit jars. You can keep your fruits for years in these jars wit hout spoilings. "You can put up meats, vege^ abJes, fruits, fish, jellies, preserves, etc. PHONE S T E WART IPG. •} L. C. STEWART Furniture and Hardware Mesquite, 1 exas BASE BALL NOTES Standing of Texas League. Teams— Played Won Lost Pet. Waco 43 26 17 .605 Dallas 46 26 20 .565 Pt. Worth.. 47 26 21 .553 Okla. City ... 47 23 24 .489 Houston 47 23 24 .489 Austin 43 21 22 .488 San Antonio..47 20 27 .426 Galveston.... 44 17 27 .386 Having previously suffered de- feat at the hands of the Reinhardt pitched a fine game. As there was a big crowd in town, the attendance at the ball park was the largest in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 June 1911

Bute LIWmW V Call * !/ I > I If I l'\- vV I JII y IKI ®he ®e*as Jllesnuiter. By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE ,9 1911 Vol. XXIX No, Joe Sap to T. P. A, By Joe Sappington. I have just returned from Port Lavaca where I attended the an- nual convention of the Texas Press Association. Tak^n as a whole it was a most enjoyable j occasion and the memory of it j will lintter in my system forj many days to come. Port Lavaca is a beautiful little city situated on the banks of a lovely bay filled with some kind of mineral water that tastes like salt. But notwithstanding its mineral properties, fish and oysters do quite well in it. Port Lavaca bears the dual distinction of being the landing place of La Salle and the present home of Col. Bill Sterrett, Texas fish and game commissioner. I Big Picnic Barbecue. JULY 4, 1911. On the edge of East Pork Bot torn 2 miles S. E. of Lawson Fourth Annual celebration by Woodmen, Odd Fellows* and Rebecca Lodges of Lawson. EVERYBOBY INVITED. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 June 1911

THE TEXAS MESQUITER JOHN t. mm, Miter .ind Proprleior MESQUITE, - - ■ TBXA3 Get ready to swat the fly. Vassar college 1b 50 years old, but doesn't look it Dead artists are appreciated, whll* the living are Ignored. Fishhooks are ripe, and you can dig bait while spading the garden. A baseball team's winning stride win do it no good if It never strikes it Farmers should welcome the aero- plane. They won't have to turn out for It The strawberry always makes good in the shortcake. It Is the national berry. So If you go to the coronation, you cannot watch the baseball garneB here at home. The shrinking violet has plenty of cause to shrink or even to shrivel if It prefers to do that • A Chicago doctor has found danger- ous microbes in the whiskers of cats. Don't kiss your cat "Let a woman have the last word," Bays one of our jurists in advising mere men. Superfluous advice. Berlin boasts of a talented canine who can talk. His education Is prob- ably progressing in dog Latin. Another kind ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 June 1911

\ I i I 1 DON'T NEGLECT YOUR KIDNEYS. Kidney troubles are too serious to neglect. Slight ailments are often forerunners of dangerous kid- ney illness and should be treat- ed without de- lay. Obadiah B. Crane, 222 First Av., Watertown, S. Dak., says: "1 was taken with rheumatic pains and my left limb Was almost paralyzed. I hobbled around with "a cane as weak as a child. I was afflicted with a bladder weak- ness and was compelled to arise sev- eral times during the night Shortly after 1 commenced to use Doan's Kid- nely Pills, I could do work, that was before impossible. I am stronger and better than in years." Remember the name—Doan's. For sale by druggists and general storekeepers everywhere. Price 50a Voster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. T. APPROPRIATED IT. Evelyn—They say there 13 only one person in fifteen with perfect eyes. George (with uncommon fervor)— In fifteen? There's only one In a mil- lion! 4 ^ Evelyn—There you go again, George J Always flattering somebody! , '•! 'I THREE CU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 June 1911

j I TY £; i,S MESQUITER, Dollar Per Year. t.drn K, Davis, Ed. and Pub. f* OBIj18HKD fcJVBRY FRIDAY At M ^sa'JKTK, Texas r-V vUkvwI io the postofflce at Mcs 1131 it<i, Texts, us second olanw matter. CO Ljfsjj- s'5 AS50CIA fYtday, June 9, 1911. ,OUR DUTY AS CITIZENS. Xfow that Mesquito has a flow ar,g Artesian well, the need of \ iiS«aj? works f< r the town is more ;agftca-?9nt than ever. About the vsell tuere was a big element ol *i5>k. Several thousand dollars wftMx* spent for the well and we 9mk1 no assurance that we would water. With the water pro is no risk about the \msfcer works; it is simply a ques- tion of machinery and pipes to <OKtt:y4he water over town and a ttowor to store the water and give rib- pressure. Having gone as Suras we have, Mesouite simply «MUK* afford to stop. We must 0jE3,e the water works. It is up tk> Mesquite to carry the project he. to completion—up to every «fciazen of Mesquite to do his or Pmm -part. The directors of the wsaUfr company a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 June 1911

MM Concentrated Service. Half hearted service wont do these days. You've got to concentrate, you've got to get right down to the fine pointB und give service in every detail. Our careful preparation, combined with concentrated service that we give assures our customers that thev get what they want, when they want it. When yon have forgotten something, come to our store or 'phone your order. Let us help you. Our service will please you and of course the size and variety of our stock -is sure to satisfy you. . V . The Palace Drug Store Cullom & Chapman, Props, Mesquite, Texas Local and Personal % W. T. and L. Z. Miller of Law- on, were here Sunday. i D. J. Brown and Hugh Hanby rent to Crandall Sunday. A daughter was born to John teach nnd wife on .lune 1. ■A. - 'ni if liter wn- born to Mr. jtid Mrs. A. K. Gray on June 5. IfWm. F. Harris and family vis- } ted relatives in Terrell Sunday. Miss Wilmeth Batts left Sun- My for Commerce, where she fpURE HOG LARD;; I . For 10 days we wil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 June 1911

I $3.50 RECIPE FREE, FOR WEAK KIDNEYS, RELIEVES URINAKY AND KIDNEY 1>0UBLE8, BACKACHE, STRAINING, 8WELLING, ETC. Stops Pain In the Bladdor, Kidneys and Back. Wouldn't It be nlre within a week or so to begin to nay good bye forever to the •ouiaintf, dribbling, straining, or too fre- quent passage of the urine: the forehead and tne t>ack-of-the-head aches; the ntltches and pains tn the back; the grow- ing muscle weakness; spots before the eyes; yellow skin; sluggish bowels: swoll- en eyelids or ankles: leg cramps; unnat- ural short breath; sleeplessness and the despondency? I have a TOctjM for these troubles that yon c n de pomlon.niut I f jroii want to mnkeaqulricrooo very, you ought Id write anil gctaooby of It. Mu-nyadoo- lor wou 1(1 charge you KWiO Just for Ion, but fliaro Hand wil , ... _jtlrely free. Jnstdrupu I ■■■■■ A. HI. Robinson, K2&.I LuckBrlldlng,Dotfoit.Mich., writing tills pre- lad tonend ft t« no like this: Or rould elm •crlpllon, but you entirely free. Jiist...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 June 1911

/ i 1 I ■ Advertising BUSINESS MEN OF TWO KINDS The "Live" Merchant and the Drone— Good Advertising Means More Than Newspaper Publicity. As a rule, If a newspaper prints a talk on advertising, the reader takes It for granted the newspaper Is "boost- ing" Its own wares, Its advertising space. Newspaper advertising, al- though the most far reaching, is not the only successful means of adver- tising and the subject of advertising one's business can be profitably dis- cussed without laying too much stress on the newspapers as the proper me- dium. Over fifty per cent, of the business enterprises started in this country fail. This assertion may seem astounding, but look back over the history of near- ly any city for the past five years. As you go down the street try to re- member what business occupied this and that room a few years ago. You will be astonished by the results of your investigation. Of those business establishments tl-at manage to survive only about half do a really profita...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 9 June 1911

1 WAYS OV* GUARD tart the Foundation! jor Your FORTUNE > ?> t Work To Do. Everybody interested in the 1 W. H. Bennett cemetery is re- quested to meet there Friday June 9, early in the morning to clean up and fix up the yard. Come early, as there is lots of I work to be, done. Brin? your jaxe, hoe and shovel and your dinner, yon will have use for all. Yours Respectfully, W. W. Bennett. I . •. .,• Jj 1 he requirements of the U. S. Government National Bank laws guarantee safety to the depositors of OUR bank, We render our patrens every accommodation consistent with sound and conservative banking. E ery man needs a bank and we invite you to Make Our BANK Your BANK. The First National Bank OF MESQUITE Joe Rugel came in Wednesday from Waxahachie, where he had b^en attending Trinity Universi- ty. Mrs. John Hoatman and chil dren of Chicotah, Okla., visited the former's sister, Mrs Amanda Moore, several days this week. The work of remodeling and enlarging A. P. Gross' place, near the s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Mesquiter — 16 June 1911

X ®lit ®e*as itlcsquiter. BIaIO L urar'an CfcpUol By John E. Davis. MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1911 Vol. XXIX No. 5& Joe Sap to T. P. A. By Joe Sappington. 'lei! anj re- latj tot r d lm \km rip d n | iotM re 1 Jtejjt Lt«., I im V toff ■ Jrft (Concluded) The first editorial I ever wrote called for a display of cour* afro in less than an hour after it went to press. In this editorial I darkly hinted that some of the oounty officers were in the habit of playing poker in the court house of nights, and advised them to quit it or I would expose them through the columns of my pa- per "The War Eagle." Of course I was just guessing that poker was being played in the court house and really had no particu- lar officer in mind when 1 wrote the ftrticte, but when I saw the County judge coming from the court house toward my office I Big Picnic Barbecue. JULY 4, 1911, On'^the edge of East Pork Bot- tom 2 miles 8. E. of Lawson Fourth Annual celebration by Woodmen, Odd Fellows and Rebecca...

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