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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 April 1906

* Wm mM Karner & Phillips' Second Week of Our Two Weeks Before Easter V Sale. This we will make the Banner Week of the Occasion for Bargain Seekers. A Magnificent Showing of Easter Dress Goods Every Woman wants a Nice Dress for Easter and we have put forth our greatest effort for this occasion. Our SILK and DRESS GOODS are at their best, and we have no hesitancy in saying that never in the history of these sections has there been such a comprehensive selection to choose from. These Prices Are Only While Present Stock Lasts Clothing for Men, Youths, Boys SACK SUITS for everyday wear are the gar- ments that mark a mans character in dress. The man who dresses well is he who appears well dressed, not upon occasions, but all the time. A glance in his mirror tells the man who wears • 6 99 Fashionable Clothes. that they are smart in art, perfect in fit and of good quality fabric. We sell the "EFF--EFF" Hodels be- cause we know they're the best. Words will not convince you perhaps, but ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 April 1906

"r, . ' ; . " 'i ' i « The Better Way The tissues of the throat are inflamed and irritated; you cough, and there is more irrita- tion—more coughing. You take a cough mixture and it eases the irritation—for a while. You take SCOTT'S EMULSION and it cures the cold. That's what is necessary. It soothes the throat because it reduces the irritation ; cures the cold because it drives out the inflammation; buiids up the weakened tissues because it nourishes them back , to their natural strength. That's how Scott's Emulsion deals with a sore throat, a cough, a cold, or bronchitis. Mr. R. Long, was called up north of Wortham Sunday to embalm the body of W. R. Terijy and the remains will be ship- ped off for burial. Jim Sterling who has been working out at Teague, is in the City again. Will Teague was up from Bre- mond Sunday visiting his family. Mrs. John T. Watson left Sun- day for her home in Chickasha, I. T. Walter Wood went north day afternoon. Sun- WE'LL SEND YOU A SAMPLE FREE. SCOTT &a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 April 1906

One [Way 'Colonist Ticirets $25."° • February 15th to April 7th For your accommodation LATEST TYPK PULL- MAN TOURIST BLEHJP. ING CARS will be run through witlihout change. The Sleeper will e a v e Galveston every Tuesday v.a train No. 6 Address mo for pamphlet '"california in- a TOURIST SLEK ■•:u" this rate; from APPLIES \V. S. KEEN AN, (i. P. A. ft. C. & S. F. GAT.VESTON Local Option. "Lake Charles, La. March 29. — After Robert Simmons, a restau- rant keeper of Singer La., pleaded guilty in the district court to sel- ling- liquor without a license. Judge Miller fined him $500 and cost or six months in the parish jail. Judge Miller stated that he had warned the people of Cal- casieu parish repeatedly about sel- ling liquor without a license and in prohibition communities, and that he was going to break it up." By the Jumping Joe Rogers, 1 will give a hundred dollars for a judge like Judge Miller in Limestone county. Moses Adams. Two hangings Friday. One at Georgetown and the oth...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 5 April 1906

•■1 l5%® ' % J Hpfe Funeral of Henry Cabaniss. All that remained mortal of the lamented Henry Cabaniss was laid to rest in the city cemetery Friday afternoon at 4 oclock, And a large crowd of weeping relatives and sorrowing friends followed the remains to their last resting place, and preformed the last sad rite. The floral offerings were num- erous and beautiful, and the .grave was a bed of beautiful flowers, all around the grave were clusters of violets tastily arranged. The songs rendered were beautiful and impressive. The Chickasha Express gives a full account of the sad tragedy that ended the life of the young man. It seems from the account published in that naper that the deed was planned and carried out after mature deliberation. The body was found in a room in the hotel where he had regis tered the night before, about 8 oclock Thursday morning, clad in underclothing and lying face ■down on the floor near the door. 'There were several bruises on the face made no doubt in fall...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 April 1906

j ■ - £ee J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas * ■ "*f' ®:f# T< H i o State Herald. VOL. 7 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY APRIL 12, 1906 N°. 14 We announce ohr Spring1 Stock Ready. A. J. Wagner & Co., MEXIA, TEXAS. We are ready with the NEW GOODS 1 If it's cor- rect styles and GOOD Goods you want, we have it. are pretty> kut this year our stock is ^ !■ simply great. This page won't tell all about it, and we will ask "you to come see for yourself. The biggest, best and greatest assortment of new stylish goods ever shown by us. Its getting to- ge.thers of many days work, from the largest markets of the country of bright, fresh desirable goods. We back up our statements. If it isn't right or what you want bring it back. We buy back at same price. If you haven't seen —our— New Rugs Yon should for tl ey ure bcnntitul ana CHEAP TOO ART SQUARES ' 22.50, 1H.00, 15.00. and 12.50. VELVET RUGS l.'J.S value at 1.25 MOQUETT at will $2.53 MATTINGS! Our buyer has s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 April 1906

'' : ■ ' V 1 / I Ml and CURE thi LUNC8 WH Dr. King's New discovery .-r,* /Consumption. Prica OR f OUGHSand I 60c & $1.00 J wn ^OLDS * Free Trial. amm a fmiiuiuiiMuuiiiiiaBa Bureefc and Quickest Oure for all THROAT and LUNO TROUB- LES, or MONEY BACK N S"\ i>.K Is.-' ■ ; CINCINNATI,* ST. LOUIS,. Wa ISb TM Loam w w> % > 'M NOOGA(;:',- tc 2 • m > o c -a wmmmtmM 50 ' X -5*' \V- ■:; H c • P: M ATLANTA, . It 7 Queen &CrescenI ROUTE Pullman ■ . n:«:« ? Dining Cars T M.KUirr.T.P.I c.f;woods.t,¥.<, jj| , MUIS. , SAN MipNIO. ■ A quick and effective cure for Rheum- atism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Head- ache and other nervous pains and aches on any part of tlie body. If you suffer from any of the above ills," wo say in all sincerity give our worthy ANTI-PAIN SOLID LIN- IMENT a fair trial. ANTI-PAIN SOLID LINIMENT conies In a neat box in paste form, different from other liniments, "Yep, indeed," it is too precious to lose by breakage or spilling. All you have to do is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 April 1906

li teyjjf'' ir'r'*jk_ $ 'p- >■ Prt- ' |Hf|M liPWPf; WW'*% 'Jmti. ' 1 i •WfQKWr*!' '* ' ' '■'' ' ■ . .;■, vr- : ' ./ A Sure Cure for Rheumatism, Cuts, Sprains, Wounds, Old Sore3, Corns, Bunions, Galls, Bruises, Contracted Muscles, Lama Back, Stiff Joints, Frosted Feet, Burns, Scalds, etc. AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues Inflam- mation, and drives out Pain. PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues, promotes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscles natural elasticity. best liniment on earth once tried always used CURED SCIATIC RHEUMATISM Mrs. E. A. Simpson, 500 Craig St., Knoxvllle, Tenn., writes: " I liave been trying the bathsof Hot Springs, Ark., for sciatic rheumatism, but I get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment than any medicine or anything I have ever tried. Inclosed find postoffice order for $1.00. Send mo large bottle by Southern Express." THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00 BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE Ballard Snow Liniment Co. ST. LOUIS, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 April 1906

^0"' i. I m >4'' mi mam * it I V V If/ ' 1 .. p|R MS nBiKII ^'„V-Qa,'TV. ■ s •., \ jJp THE STATE HERALD PUBLISHED N. P. HOUX, EVERY THURSDAY. \ Editor 4 Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year ?l-00 Entered at the postofltce at Meila, Texas, as seeoud-class mail matter. - THE POST'S BIRTHDAY. The Houston Post, can now vote, as it celebrated its 21st birth day on the 5th of this month. That is it has been twenty one years since the present man- agement took charge of the pa- per. The event was celebrated by putting on what printers call a new dress, and with its new type, and wider columns, and new headings, etc., the paper presents a much neater appear- ance than formerly, and it has always been a model of typo- graphical art. This writer worked on the Post in 1884, be- fore the present management took charge, and knew Col. R. M. Johnson when he was just a printeiipn the Austin Statesman back JPthe 80's, before he cast his lot'with the Post twenty one years ago. We have seen the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 April 1906

10 J 4 *• WM a ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦4 <W ♦ •••♦♦ <" local ant) personal. r The recent rains will make fine grass for stock, and stockmen are feeling jubilant over the present prospect for range con- ditions. Ed Parish a young man resid- ing at Maypearl dropped dead at the skating rink at that place after having skated one hour and fifteen minutes. A new lot of diamond rings high up in price at Pittman's. Walter S. Wood is figuring on putting down a maple floor in the city hall far the benefit of the many patrons of the skating rink. Should this be done it will be a heavy expense on him but 'would no doubt be a paying proposition in increased patron- age. Two freight brakeman on the H. & T- C. railroad were injured in the Bremond yards Monday. They were carried through here to the Ennis hospital Monday afternoon. We failed to learn their names. A $25 diamond ring to be given away. Call for cupons at Pitt- man's. SPECIAL PRIZES FOR APRIL. $io Gold First Prize—-soo® Cupon Second Prize. In ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 April 1906

FIFTY CENTS lr® Wrf: W A i , il t! IN some conditions the gain from the use of Scott's Emulsion is very rapid. For this reason we put up a fifty-cent size, which is enough for an ordinary cough or cold or useful as a trial for babies and children. In other conditions the gain is slower—health cannot be built up in a day. In such cases Scott's Emulsion must be taken as nourishment; a food rather than a medicine. It's a food for tired and weak digestions. Send for free sample Scott & Bowne, 409 415 Pearl St. Chemists New York 50c. and $1.00. AH druggists Mrs. Geo. E. Petty and baby have returned from a visit in Corsicana. O J&. S3 rJ? C3 Iri T ^ m Buara the "w Kilul VouHavcAlways Bought Joe Murphy is reported to be nearly clear of fever and will soon be up. c uffiw TOUTA, Baara the _/) ^lie Kind Yen liavo Always Bought Signature nf 5? O- ,F1T . The Kind Von Have Always Boughi Dr. D. A. Cook and wife are visiting their daughter, Mrs. King, in Houston. o BoarB the Signature of M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 April 1906

m ► WVWTWVTvWVWTVTV fPfWf ■••••'^ •••••••*! •at Scratch! 'Ktlooka bad. It wwdrcflyou feel bail Cift w daoKcrous use THE INFALLIBLE REMEDY Williams-Soluble-Sulpliur KILLS M'tefl, Lice, Blue Bugs, Kleap, lied bugs. Ticks, etc with 1 application. CURESECZEMA, TETTER, HEAT AND ITCH IN ITS MANY FORMS. ;3taps ITCHING first application, cures in 10 days. Can be used external and internal. Sold im#ca. bottles at 50c. The DISINFECTOR is sold in one. gallon jugs at $1.00-to be diluted -%m&k .one gallon of water, and is the only harmles disinfectant known to scientists. For sale 1 iw Up/To-Date Druggists Everywhere. Sold and Guaranteed in Mexia, Texas, by. A. T. SCHULZ, CITY DRUG CO. MEXIA D RUG CO, ♦••• *♦©«•©♦ ♦ ««• *« ««««•«« to9t9 o« # e «d,lu J Notice To Stock Raisers '.•<.. m mm :yk*- i wafe t, > A • .J tn n Nl J8T®JL i"! C5 ® a Wai«r;fnl dark bay with black points, ano' stands 16 1 = 2 &&&c£s \<\ height and weighs 1150 pounds. lie is Shiloh •aasti Si£eel Dust st...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 April 1906

i-M'M ' ANNOUNCEMENTS. Rate*—In Advane*. District «11■ f• ..,•« •« •■••• C/013lie* ■'••• * • i • • • i . «••••• Precinct We are authorized to roaka On fat- lowing announcjtucnta, subject to action of the democratic ST! r$. ■ f ■ b y Your Good Money Qown under the paint and varnish is the real vehicle—the thing1 you are paying your good money for, and on the quality of which 1 your Satisfaction depends. Are you going to buy a vehicle of Kiiqjvn Reputation, or will you take a chance on one without Rep •••nation, just because it means a few dollars saved? The price of aur buggies is no more than the cost of uncertain makes, plus the ^jfiir bills which are cure to follow their purchase. We sell only tefiable Vehicles. V. WOLVERTON, The Bucjay and Harness Man. Mexia, Texas TAKEN FROM RIVER BODY BELIEVED TO BE THAT OF P. C. LA- PLE OF DAL- LAS. Head Had Been fln And The Body Was Badly Decomposed. No Clew To 1 lie Murderer. Groesbeck, Texas, April 8.- Deputy Sheriff Tucker yesterday aftern...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 April 1906

nwriflF I I T* SM w ffi?® ^***W>**<***,****<1 < «•<> Smith top Fire, Life arid Tornado Insurance Mexia, lexas Dont Scratch! It loofcs bnd. If make* yon feel bai ft 18 dan«nrou8 une ■k:P W, ■ -■ h1 :.M CURESECZ .<; Stops ITCHING first appn in 8 oz. bottles at 50c. Th with one gallon of watej*, by Up-To-Date Druggists A. T. SC? be State Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY APRIL 19, 1906 le are ilL-L !• ' . -LS" 1 . r:..i .. , «v P' •w , '? I Francisco fires rag- ts of the ldings on reely, and pipes burs- several hundred ished, fire spread- eavy breeze blow- ays half buildings still no water, transportation s if the Exam- fire in next :ed that loss of ■ ly exceed three ever it may fall us a beautifxceed the above hands in 1? and Steelr wind blowing and * a draft ho'ng =a™ed t0 ?" f . Ay. which is at the stiWe of flames. i nsurance fleeing from the >tricken. ,d the City Hall build- uins. , demolition of large build- continuing and the sounds e heard for miles. Authent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 April 1906

sypf^if mKkjraKmiwB., , ... f'"-'#T-'™ %■■: HI , . . . ... , •. ' V I ii If a Cow gave Butter mankind would have to invent milk. Milk Is Na- ture's emulsion —butter put in shape for diges- tion. Cod liver oil is ex- tremely nourishing, but it has to be emulsified before*we can digest it* Scott's Emulsion combines the best oil with the valuable hypo- phosphites so that it is easy to digest and does far more good than the oil alone could. That makes Scott's Emulsion the most strengthening, nourishing food - medi- cine in the world. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOJU/NE, Chemists 409-4-1 5 Pearl Street New York BOo. and $1.00. All druggists ———mmmmmmmm—a U-VTi' T Julius Desenberg has purchased a range for his kitchen that would easily accommodate a large hotel or boarding house. The range has eight large eyes and caps and a man could easily crawl into the oven. An ordina- ry back log used in a fire place can be put into the fire box and the pipe used looks like a small smoke stack....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 April 1906

rr.v ' Dont Scratch! It looks bad. It makes you feel bti'l It is dangerous use THE INFALLIBLE REMEDY KILLS MUeS, Lice, Blue Biign, Fleas, Bed Bugs. 'TichB, etc with I application. CURESECZEMA, TETTER, HEAT AND ITCH IN ITS MANY FORMS. Stops ITCHING first application, cures in 10 days. Can be used external and internal. Sold in 8 oz. bottles at 50c. The D1SINFECTOR is sold in one gallon jugs at $1.00—to be diluted with one gallon of water, and is the only harmles disinfectant known to scientists. For sale by Up-To-Date Druggists Everywhere. Sold and Guaranteed in Mexia, Texas, by. !! A. T. SCHULZ, CITY DRUG CO. f MEXIA DRUG CO. «9 ^ililll'.,i.nlTi7i7iiinriTnTi)iiiiliiiii.iini^aiiiVltufi^iTiIili"i':ullmTfliliiiiliii.<litiHlli i Notice To Stock Raisers I'M A\i>gctable IVcparalionfor As - similating the Food andRegula- ting the Stomachs and Bowels of - « - fts a beautiful dark bay with black points, and stands 16 1-2 hands in height and weighs 1150 pounds. lie is Shiloh and Steel D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 April 1906

. $ ■ ^ • '' ■ ' ' ■ (V •-: H " '"■' !%kr ' ' ' - "j. "■ i J EM KM i - I 1SL "1 A. THE STATE HERALD PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. N. P. HOUX, Editor * Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 1109 Entered at the po«toffice at Mexia, Texas, m second-clans mall matter. COTTON WAREHOUSE. A move is on foot at Hubbard City to organize a cotton ware- house. Every town or city that consid- ers itself a cotton market should have one for several reasons. First, it means protection to the staple from the weather. Second, it enables the producer to secure a larger loan on same, (if he desires a loan) than he could get otherwise. Third, it would induce a buyer to pay a better price, knowing he is not buying rotten or damaged cotton. Fourth, a bale of cotton could be kept for several years in as good condition as the day it was gin- ned, whereas it would soon dam- age if exposed to the weather. Fifth, it means better protection from fire as the warehouse could be closed at night and of course there w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 April 1906

__ ™,-~-,™ «nwif"l|r V* W''1X* 'Ii r™'' SI* 'Pf wmmmfiW!W^Wfl ■ v^>w*ri :;yi mm* • ( V ,• ■. 1 Ik <5®> ■ 4L j local an& personal. J L~~ * <ir These Prices cap only last for present stock. Buy now when you can save on every purchase. I _ 2 ' B. H. Avery ajrailroad laborer had his hand badly mashed while handling heavy timbers Monday. His wounds were dressed by a surgeon and he is doing well at present, but will be laid up for several weeks. A $25 diamond ring to be given away. Call for cupons at Pitt- man's. Jos. Nussbaum departep for Houston Tuesday night. City Marshal Walter H. Lewis went north Tuesday evening on business. For Sale—Six thoroughbred Poland China shoats. Jesse McLendon. Capt Frank Hughes and John Gentry left Wednesday evening for Rakestraw Lake to angle for the finny tribe. Nelse Bell went along as chef. A new lot of diamond rings high up in price at Pittman's. Mrs. Frank Sheeks left Tues-: day evening for Sherman to visit the family of A. J. Biddle. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 April 1906

feS J.m B J; .'••«! ^ipSlw HPM0 MttM? =4= iTiwitflWx " HHflMfc ??$*!' 'y^Wk'^r ■ • • < > •" \. ■<■;. > %••'•' «. . •' •' ''...'> ' '. . ■fe - . .. . .. Ok ILL the COUCH no CURE thi LUNC8 WITH ft. King's New Discovery < zwmm CONSUMPTION OUGHS and ISOLDS Price BOc &$ 1.00 Free Trial. arest and Quickest Cure for all HROAT ani LUNO TROU3- S, or MONEY BACK. " 10 folifornia '*£r— -j.. v., Santa Fe] w One Way Colonist Ticiret? $25.oo Vbruary 15th to April 7th For your accommodation LATEST TYf'K PULL- MAN TOURIST SLEEP- ING '.'AR3 will be run through witlihout clu<nge. The Sleoper will,' eave Galveston every 'i'uesdav t>a train No. G Address me J for pamphlet •caliporixa touristr e~ •£ THIS RATE APPLIE, FROM Ww S. IvEENAN, G. P. A. fi ' C. & S. F, GALVESTON JKOtWUVOTti. — "WW •; ' , r>; ' / • * «.v7/ ppfis}*. '«■ -{y'• , ■ QUEEK&CRESCfltt ROUTE SIR QUICK BUSINESS jrpieasure trips to the North and Northeast, via St. Louis, to the s&uth and Southeast...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 April 1906

m IMS y. m . ■ ."A : 1 > * 7Hf®t mmmwe 131- .-■ i) v. ?AVfe;v a;.. ■ . * k- kL/'i ':"s 1" in as ™ THE JOY OF LIVING | OAM Bl VOUT BBAIilZED WHK3* TOC ENJOY OOOD HEALTH (L ■>'! I HerbinJC TUBI MARK The Popular Liver Medicine Will Keep You Well A GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by TOR- PID LIVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not fill your system with Arsenic, Calomel and Quinine. They act as rank poisons which vitiate the blood, debilitate the system, and leave a trail of bad symptoms which require years to obliterate. HERB- INE is purely vegetable and contains no mineral or narcotic poisons, is absolutely harmless wid is the simple remedy of nature. It carries off all poison in the system and leaves no injurious effects. CURED BY HERBINE AFTER OTHER REMEDIES FAILED Mr. h. A. Hicks, Iredell, Texas, says: " I was 6lck in bed for eight months with liver trouble, the doctor seemed to do me no good. I was told to try Herbine, and it cured me in a short time. I cannot recommend this...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 April 1906

f< ' ■■■■■■ <V .'ffl .V, , , .h ; . - v' ! 31 255 isfifrv Hi ... pf Hon. Mays. Hon. Richard Mays of Corsi- cana, candidate for congress from this the Sixth Congressional District, formerly opened his campaign by addressing the people here at the city hall S at- urday afternoon at two o'clock. Mr. Mays outli ned his views on National issues, and made his position very plain to his hearers. This was the first speech of Mr. Mays in this campaign and it was a good effort on his behalf and was well received by those present. Mr. Mays has previously out- lined his beliefs as to what kind of laws were needed etc., through these columns, and his speech of Saturday was practically an in- dorsement of his published plat- form. He discussed at length the freight rate question which is now an all important question in Congress. He also discussed the money question, which he says is not a dead issue and proved his assertion by facts and figures. He discussed also the question of government...

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