The Texas Mesquiter. (Mesquite, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, June 6, 1924 Page: 4 of 6
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vvn ii|f in asking (ur Ml* incrcaae
of salary." said the clerk to his
employer- "You may remember
)uu promised ine a iraise when I
had be;n with you a year."
"I kukow 1 did." rejoined the
«inpt yer. "but didn't I make it
conditional upon your giving me
And in what way. sir, haven't
i given you satisfaction ?" asked
"In what way?" replied the
employer, with a show of anger.
"1>a you think you aire satisfying
me in asking for a raise?"—Ex.
Rylie Christian Endeavor
1 Peter 3. 8-13; Roman 12:1ft
Leader—M i>s Viola Yander-
S ntence Prayer opened by
Mis. J- H Corder and closed by
. t-ella Barns.
1 —Acts 27:3. Kdith Payne
2—Acts 2H:7. Ruth Cade
3—Luke 10:34 Nenajett.
4 — Act - 16:33. Winnie Bennett
5 1 Cor: 13:4. Edgar M alone.
1 Christain Kndeav. r Courte-
sy ; 2 A Wist Poster: 3. Though
fulne-s 'for others; 4. Smoothing
things over; 5. Japanese Court-
esy: 6. Politeness and kindness;
7. Chaiaciiristics of a Gentleman
X. What others do: P. The Per-
fect Manual of Courtesy; 10.
Courtesy and Imagination; 11;
What would Jesus do.
BLESSING IN DISGUISE
Papa, what is a lullaby?
A lullaby, my son is a song tha
keeps the whole neighborhood
awake while putting one kid to
OUR FAMILY THESE DAYS
Mother—Father. I wish you would
speak to our son about smoking cig-
Father—By jove. Ill have to. I
don't like the brand he smokes.—
cutiwe weeks , previous to tha return
day hereof you summon N. J. Butsch,
whose residence is unknown, to be
ind appear before the District Court
of the 14ch Judicial District of Tex
as. to be holden in and for the
County of Dallas at the. Court
House thereof, in the City of Dallas,
at or before ten o'clock a. m., of the
Monday next following the expira
tion of Forty-two days from the
date of this citation, being Monday
at 10 o'clock a. m.. on the 14 day of
July A. D. 1924. then and there to an-
swer to the petition of Blanche
Hutsch, filed in said Court on the
24th day of April 1924, against the
said N J. Butsch. for suit, said suit
being Numbered &16S4-A the nature
of which demand is as follows, to-
wit: Suit for divorce and restora-
tion of plaintiff's maiden name;
plaintiff alleges that she was legally
married to defendant in September
•v'23. and separated from him in
November. 1923.—That defendant
tried to force plaintiff to lead an im-
moral life and is guilty of cruel
treatment, excesses, and outrages all
of suc,h a nature as to render their
living together insupportable.
Herein fail not, but have you then
and there before sai4 Court this writ,
with your return thereon showing
how you have executed the same.
Witness: John H. Cullom, Clerk of
!he District Court of Dallas County,
Given under my hand and the seal
itf said Court, r.t office in the City of
Dallas this 30th dav of May A. D.
Atest: John H. Cullom, Clerk Dis-
trict Court, Dallas County.
By E. W. Thweatt, Deputy.
The visitor to the village was ask-
Kg many questions of a group of men
be had come across standing •utside
the local house of refreshment.
"And where do you get your water
from?" he asked after a time. "What
steps do you take to Insure that It la
quite pure before you drink It?"
"Well, sir," said one of the yokels;
"first of all, we boll It."
"Very good; very good," broke la
the officious stranger.
"And then we Alters It"
"Fine, fine," exclaimed the visitor.
"And what do you do then?"
"Then." said the yokel, with a grin,
"we drinks something else."
IT SPEAKS FOR HIM
Gerald—Do you think my suit is
Geraldine—It is. if you want to do
your own talking.—Exchange.
' l «r*-* urrT . w< cur ltxlKe itw
time <vf his <!cath.
Whertas. Brother Cullom wa*
not only a true mason, but a liv-
ing husband, a kind and gener-
ous father, a good neighbor and
a loyal friend, now thtrefore
Be It Resolved. That in the
death of Brother Cullom our
Lodgt has sustained an irrepak-
ablt loss, which loss will be felt
not only by our membership and
his loved ones, but by the tntire
community, and we hereby tend-
- to the bereaved widow and
children our deeptst sympathy i„
their great loss, and comment
thttn to the brotherly aiftfection
and kind consideration of all the
household of the faiehful, and be
Resolved that these resolutions
be spread upon the minutes oif
oor Lodge, that a copy be sent
his yidow and same be orlered
publishel in The Texas Mes-
J. G- Nunn,
E- S- McKenzie,
W. B- Royah
W e can sell you n good used
typewriter of any standard make
at a real bargain price and on
easy terms if desired-
Dallas typewriter houses have
high rents and big overhead ex-
pends Selling typewriters as a
sideline does not increase onr
expense at all, hence our lower
We also rent typewriters and
sell typewriter supplies, such as
ribbons- carbon paper- etc.
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Davis, John E. The Texas Mesquiter. (Mesquite, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, June 6, 1924, newspaper, June 6, 1924; Mesquite, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth400027/m1/4/: accessed August 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mesquite Public Library.