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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wood County News — 16 February 1900
/ / OOD COUNTY NEWS. MINEOLA. TEXAS; FRIDAY, FEB. 16, IQOO ^5 FIRST STEP & is one forward. In making our bow to the public, we wish to state that it will be our constant endeavor to conduct our business in a manner to deserve the confidence of the peo- ple. We will handle none but the best of merchandise; our prices will always be the lowest. We now own a choice stock of goods much below value, which we are anxious to dispose of, offering them at correspondingly low fig- ures. Our Mr. Rosenbaum is on the eve of starting for New York to make our spring purchases, and he hints that our spring stock will be an interesting sight. We cordially invite you to our store. Come now—come later— come all the time. You will always leave pleased and desirous to come again. Hoping to be encouraged by your liberal patronage, wo are yours to please, MAYER & _ ROSENBAUM. THE TRUE SITUATION. Editor Thomas on the Warpath. Judge Carlock, of Wineboro, went over to Tyler Tuesday and procured at th...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wood County News — 16 February 1900
£ VL s BOURKE COCHRANE ON TAYLOR. The clearest and most powerful arraignment of Usurper Taylor that has come to our notice, is the following from the pen of W. Bourke Cochrane, in the New York World, beford it was known that Ooebel would die: • i We can not afford to neutral* ize assassination among our po- litical methods, even to defend republican institutions. ' "It would be disgracelul to impute responsibility for inspir- ing this monstrous crime to Gov. Taylor, but, unfortunately, his whole course has the appearance at least of a willingness to profit by it His attempt to adjourn the legislature after Mr. Goebel had been wnunded—fatally as it wan supposed —could have had no other motive than a desire to delay decision of the gubernato- rial contest, and under the cir- cumstances it waft impossible to disconnect in the public mind a desire for delay from the fact that Mr. Goebel's death appeared to be imminent. ' 'If Gov. Taylor had the con- stitutional power claimed by him, his...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wood County News — 16 February 1900
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wood County News — 16 February 1900
\V ( y I "S "COIN MONEY, TRUSTS and IMPERIALISM." aS new and wonderful work, by W. H. Harvey, author of "Coin's Financial School," and other great works. _ The new book has high Democratic endorsement. Read what Willis J. Abbott, Chief of the Demo- cratic National Committee's Literary Bureau, says of it: ention of meeting in the where, far tr< strength of th- trayed a do" tionai powf civilization to see the. America' voked, ' ination O not to^" y* ansa? v /. pop £ * r About four years ago a little book issued modestly without any great her- alding or any of the puffery through the literary press which is enjoyed by writers of romantic Action or doubtful verse, so seized upon the minds of the American people that it became perhaps the most widely known book of the decade and unquestionably the one which more than all others influenced men in their politi- cal action. "Coin's Financial School" was the outgrowth of a series of articles written by Mr. W. H. Harvey for his little pape...