The Texas Mesquiter. (Mesquite, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, March 31, 1905 Page: 1 of 8
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By John E Divif.
MESQUITE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, jlARCH 31,1905.
Vol. xxm No. 40.
Carpets, Etc.—We are now handling a
nice i\ne of ingrain Carpeting, floor oil
cioth qnd linoleums, along with our ex-
tensile line el choice matting. We can
and will do better than duplicate Dallas
prices on these goods.
Lawks’ Waists—We unquestionably
have the most complete and up-to-date
as well as the cheapest line of ladies’
waists in lawns and linens ever shown in
Mesquite or any other town. They are
simply the very latest styles and as
good as money will buy and at prices
from 50 cents to $5.00. We have a
beautiful linen waist for 98 cents. It’s
Ready-to-Weau Suits—We have also
a splendid line of ready-to-wear suits,
suitable for spring and summer for the
ladies, running in price from 98 cents to
$4.00 and to be appreciated these goods
have only to be seen.
Millinery Opening — Our Millinery
opening will surely bike place as an-
nounced last week on March 31st and
April 1st, and we want everybody to
come and see what we have. It will be
no trouble for our salespeople to show
goods or answer questions; but we are
quite satislied that you will be greatly
pleased with our new and stylish line of
Millinery in all appointments. We have
anticipated your . wants and have ready
for you just what you want in the way of
Hats and other nice things.
Skirt Waist Sets, Stick Pins, Hat
Pins, Etc.—We have unquestionably the
newest and most swell line of Shirt
Waist Sets, Stick Pins and other fancy
novelties, including Belt Buckles, ever
exhibited any where by anybody. These
goods are beauties and at the same time
cheap and do not fail to see them when
1 Our New York Goods
- Are Rolling In.
We have receive! about 20 or fc oaaea of our recent pur-
chases in New York from first hands. These goods com-
prise everything in the way of dry goods, notions, etc., that
the people of this country use; and everything was carefully
selected with reference to both quality and price. We have
both medium priced goods and fine goods. In a word, there
is scarcely an article used in the home that we cannot sup-
ply, and at prices much cheaper than those prevailing else-
where. We promised last week to name a few prices this
week and will proceed to do so. .
Bleached Muslin— 3,000 yards of good yard wide bleached
muslin, only 5fc cents per yard. We guarantee this muslin
to be as good as that you have been paying 7 or 8 cents for.
Ginghams—40 pieces Amoskeag ginghams, 5 cents per yard.
This is the regular 8 cent kind of goods, but fwe can sell it
for5 cents. . :v . • 1 j
Cheap Lawns—A case or two of lawns which is real good
goods, and which we are selling for the small price of 3 cts.
per yard. Think of it, a good dress for 30 cents, and these
lawns are all right too, and you will say so when you inspect'
the same. - 15 . • r . , .
Calico —We have received several cases of calicos-which wo,
arc selling at 4 to 5 cents, owing to the quality;- That is to
say, we can give you good calico for 4 cents per yard and
the best for 5 cents.
Mill Ends—We have mill ends in Red Seal ginghams, table
damask, nainsook, shirtwaist goods of n-any p$ttgr$js, as
well as other kinds of goods, and all these goods are- fresh
and up-to-date, and we will name a price on them that is
astonishingly low. —s
Fine Dress Goods—We have so many tine dress goods
coming in that we have not the time nor space to describe
the same and name prices this week, but we have any and
everything you can call for in this and the styles are right
up to now, and you will say so, too, when you see these
Sixes—We selected while :'n New York a very choice line
of the latest novelties in fancy silks and we took care not to
buy move than one pattern of a kind for shirt waists and
skirts. We are fully confident that this line of silks will
please the good ladies of Mesquite and surrounding terrc
tory, and they are invitated to call and inspect the same.
THE MESQUITE COOPEATIVE <S
Vest PaTte9$JV£—Young men, we have
a choice line of 'fVestings,” and if you
want a fancy fufti, please call and select
a pattern aiid( we will make you the
swellestVest you ever saw and much *
cheaper than you can buy it in the regu *
Ladies’ Collars—You sure ought to
see our new and up-to-date line of Ladies
Domestic and Imported Collars and fine
Handkerchiefs as well as our line of Em-
broidery and Laces. Prices on all these
goods are much lower than ever and the
quality is better.
Linens—Don’t fail to inspect our im-
mense line of fine Linens and remember
that we have ALL KINDS OF LINENS
from the cheapest to the very finest, and
please be sure and ask to be shown these
Groceries—Of course, in Groceries and
Provisions the old reliable Mesquite Co-
operative Company leads as usual. We
have Seed Pumpkin Yams, which we are
selling very low, and we are closing out—
our Seed Irish Potatoes at 90c to $1.00
per bushel, and we will give you all the
Onion Sets you want for 15c and 20c per
quart, and in Garden and Field Seed we
are still in position to supply your every
Hay, Bran, Chops, Etc.—We have plen-
ty of Hay on hand at $9.00 to $10.00 per
ton and we have a big stock of Wheat
Bran, Short,#, Corn Chops, Cotton Reed
Hulls and Cotton Seed Meal, all of which
are being sold at the lowest possible
prices. We are still selling granulated
Sugar at 15 pounds for $1,00 and 7
pounds A: buckle Coffee $1.C0, and have
just received a car load of the celebrated
Peace Maker Flour as well as a car of
Empress and Al. Do not fail to see us
if you want anything in the goods line,
because we have it and can save you
money bn it.
See us for fine Planting Cotton Seed.
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A Great Showing of T
NEW SPRING GOODS
For Men, Women and Children
Our aim is to always give you something better for
your money than our competitor,at a lower price, and
we never lower the quality. Our store is filled with
this season's newest Dress Goods, Silks, Wash Goods,
Millinery, Ladies' Ready-to-Wcar Garments, Men's
and Boys' Clothing and Shoes.
Good Brown Domestic, yard wide, for...................5c
Good Bleached “ “ “ for.................. 5C
A beautiful line of the Best Calicoes, per pard............5c
An elegant line of Bookfold Percales, per yard........7 l*2C
A grandeollection of 36 in. Acme percales, per yard----- 10c
New Spring Dress Ginghams, pi all the new colors
> and patterns, per yard...... . ...... ..........I 1-3®
The prettiest line of Lawns ever shown in Texas, per yd.. 5C
18x34 Huck Towels, extra good quality, per pair.........25fi
248-250 ELM ST.. PALLAS. TEXAS. ,
W, L. STEWART
Has located permanently in Mesquite and solicits the r
of the public. Office in Ebrite block. Telephone at ratidtueti
E. L. Cullum, one of your drug-
gists, passed through this place
Misses Mary New and Cecil
Keefe visited relatives in our
burg last week.
Mesdames Sim Coats and Tom
Brisendine were shopping in
Miss Myrtle Snell visited her
sister, Mrs. Mills, on East Long
Rev. Vance of Heath, filled the
pulpit at this place Sunday at 11
a. m. Rev. H. C. Marcum
preached to a llirge audience at
Mrs. Geo. Webb of this place,
left Dallas over the M. K. A T.
on an extended visit to relatives
in south Texas.
Messrs. Fugitt, Quillen and
Vineyard attended the Institute
in Dallas, Saturday.
Walter Armstrong, who has
just finished a course in pharm-
acy, is visiting his brother at
this place. —
It, is bettered that Herman
ery stable and hardware store.
He has made some purchases of
late that justify the opinion. Mr.
Behrens, however, is somewhat
reticent on the subject./
Dr. Armstrong is making some
substantial improvements in the
way °f fencing, painting, build
ing barns, etc.
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R. S. Kimbrough, Presideut. L. S. DARLING, V-Presid’t.
Joe Kimbrough, Cashier.
1 FIRST NATIONAL RANK
OF MESQUITE, TEXAS.
J. C. Rugel, S. B. Marshall, A. J. Pulaski, W. 8. Jobso,n
R. P. Curtis, L. W. Wilson, Joe Kimbrough
R. S. Kimbrough and L S. Darling.-m-h
reserve agents and correspondents.
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National KxohangeBaok, Dallas.
Mechanics National Bank, St Loafs.
National Park Bank, New York City.
Wc take care of our OWN PEOPLE and do a conaerrattvd
banking bnsinaaa and aoNuk your aoronnt, no matter how
Bank Money Orders arid at low rates.
small or how large
Good anywhere ia th« 8tate.
B«hranfl will *oon open up a liv-
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Davis, John E. The Texas Mesquiter. (Mesquite, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, March 31, 1905, newspaper, March 31, 1905; Mesquite, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth501631/m1/1/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mesquite Public Library.