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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 December 1902

-r'v iflliP mmm N ■. i 1 ■■ ■ 1 , . V ; - : "■ ■ m # f The Great Emory Mill Remnant Sale Still On. If you did not jet any of the first lots there is still a chance. Mill Remnants that were delayed in shipment are still coming in. These we place on sale as they arrive at LOOM COST. Never have we had such values to jfive. We have had Bankrupt stocks, Fire Sales, Storm sales but the Great Emory Mill Remnant Sale beats tliem all. Think of Dry Goods in desirable lengths, Domestics, Sheetings, Outings, Table Linen, Towels and Dress Goods at the actual cost from the Loom. Everything else in the house Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Capes and Jackets marked down to corres- pond with Hill Remnant Prices. At lO O'clock p. m. WAGNER & RIMAS5A, flexia, Texas. A. T. Watson, Vice Prest Joe. B. I-ONO, ARBt Caeh. Joe Nussbaum, President. J. M. Lo.no, > ashier The First National Bank OF MEXIA. Capital and Surplus 5100,000. The oldest and strongest Xatonal Kan* in the county. We loan money at reasonabl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 December 1902

I * * * 'iWPIwF ■ - ^^Pr *<,: •'. ■ l i ■ ■ -. - ■'... r> . . ■. • •'? (kNI 4*&<;trtfi& r$\ ,vv *** M "lllllliliw; weflrwn T- In tovo been manufoeturtnt: ~ovar a quarter of a etntu- hed a reputation for otir- «ur quhlnei that Is the envy of 1111 0« "yew Home " machine' Iiuh ivaled a* a family machine.—It head of alt High Grade rawing and (lands on Its *u> merit*. "Xetft Home " is the only really , HIGH GRAVE Sewina Machine / I on the market. 9 It ll hot necessary for us to entpr Into a trust to save our credit or pay any debts ns we have ao debts to pay. We lmve never entered Into WrtnpaUtlon with manufacturers of low grade r.MSfiuutctiii.cK Hint are made to sell rcgnrd- •*aa> of'&ny' Intrinsic merits. Do not be de- ■ wived, wlicn you want a sewing machine don't «nul your money away from home; call on u *Keu> Home" Healer, ho can sell you u •otter machine for .ess than you cau purchase [ «ls«wherc. if there is no dealer near you, KXilc. direct to us. ff...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 December 1902

m r*.r L i!«p" Explained. Fana man at* the treasury ivho was being taunted J name of his State, "Hoos- ntion of it "the ypb'ftjf :meii on the In ie of the Ohio river w<?nt nisville, the Kentucky men over them, calling them purchase greenies,' and claim- F:g themselves to be a superior race, lalf hors;, half alligator and tipped •ff with shading turtle. These taunts produced fights in the mar- ket hou.^e and streets of Louisville. (In one occasion a stout bully from Indiana was victor in a fist fight, and, haviiig heard' Colonel Lehman- owsky lecture on the "Wars of Kurbpe,' who always gave martial 1 prowess to Use German hussars in fight with: the Russian Cossacks, ■•ronouticing hussars 'hoosiers,' the ■Vinlfanian, when the Kcntuckian ™ eried 'enough,!,Jumped tt;> and said: 'I'm a hoosier.' And hence the klndianians were called by that kame. This was the true origin. I ?« in the State when it occurred." I . ,. ■ Th« Philippine* Beget Baldnet*. Baldness afflicts almost every fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 December 1902

MV " 'it, 'M No Service Too Perfect No Rate Too Low forJOur patrons Houston & Texas Central R R Xmas Offering For 1902 ONE FARE PLUS $2.00 FOR ROUND T R VP lints in Louisana, flississsppi, Alabama, Fenn- }e, Georgia, Florida, North and Sauth Carolina Kentucky, Arkansas andVlissouri. of Sale Dec. 13, 17 21, 22, 23, 26. Limit 3o^days rom date of sale. Let us Quote you Rates. Writejfor Particulars i. HORSE, M. L. ROBBINS, T. J. ANDERSON ?ass.Traff.^Mgr. Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Ac. Asst. (Jen. fass. Agt HOUSTON, TEXAS. HOLIDAY RATES TO .ska, Missouri, Kansas, jlinois, Iowa, nirmesota, kVisconsin, North Dakota, Ipum DAKOTA and COLORADO. One Fare Pulus 2.00 Dec., 13, 17. 21, 23, 23 and 26, limit 33 days .ite us for exact figures to your destination. Quick Time, Through Service. iV. H. FIRTH, G. P. & T.fcA., C. E. I. & P. Railway] Port Worth. Tex a ■ BIG FOUR ROUTE TRAINS TO iCINCINNATTI NEW YORK AND ■ ' .BOSTON. Look At TJh&e Sched ixle. Levae St.Luiiis 8:30 a. m. 12 no< ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 February 1904

I Smith tor Fir<\ Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas, t , in.,-rri— fft. Fsa% p- 7 P PPIS State Hepald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1904, ^ 'MORE COTTON Spinners and Dealers Forming an Organi- zation. ARE COMING TO HOUSTON. * English-American Cotton Company to Incorpor- ate for One Mil- lion Dollars. Houston Post, Jan. 23rd. Mr. J. E- Brophy, represent- ing the English-American Cotton Company, who has been in the city for the past several days looking into the resources of the city with reference to the estab- lishment of a large warehouse for the buying and sto-age ot cotton, made the announcement yester- day that he had definitely decid- ed to make Houston the Texas headquarters for his firm. They ^yill immediately incorporate in this State, will make Texas their domicile and will be chartered for $1,000,000, with the privilege of increasing the capital to S10,- 000.000. Mr- Brophy states that the pri- mary otiject of this company is the promotion of those piars wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 February 1904

[Tllfl l . . ■flSSHBiaKM / 1 gjggg{$-fw:, Sp == — r Alio, k'Vi'-'i-- WSmSk- ■ "¥'*•5 fW*S A ^eHTS Wa*tE[) A INVBRTBIBNT «D * BIO INOOnB FOB ANYONE fur Medical Blank, that a Diagnosis of Oase May be Made, Free of Charge toy Our Medical Director fjCHMOMjjv ^ileptih^ ' S5REAT NERVE CONQUEROR TETAT NEVER FAILS & Only Known Specific Remedy For Epileptic Fits, Falling Sickness, Convul- sions, St. Vitus' Dance, Etc. 9fa. S. A. Richmond Co., W. Van Bureu St.. CHICAGO. H. y. i .Nl) -.'jai'ajw&nwsaanErw: ■ -i y p>i <?*j |ii1 ?oii # m-. ci kwj Ire /i '1 ; /.n~ | (:■ f :i 'U w ^I i ** 6 rved o !a ca:io on t; a .. Men>pSiis, St. Loui* and mtcriuwutak? nointSi fi 63ny | from TPJC ugbts a?© is and tm [•flKS. •me ¥EM§ TO THE LITE'S and R:4ST WiTH tfJNG CAR SERVICE. CW1S, TRAVELING PASS'n AGENT, AUSTIN, TEX. H. C. TOW". v IT:T "*. 3S'R AND TICr.tT 'u.L,;T. 3 7. -7- Random Thoughts. (BY WILL H. HAYES.) Are farmu- more indifferent tf> h-ir own interests than an* ther clat-s? I have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 February 1904

P" J-?- 1 • : •w- m RSiiK —.1 t? **v i ft. ...if* 9f the New Year you FOR DISTRICT * ne«d 8 MW *Wy <>' e are authorized ^Ifice Stationery wi i Examine your stock and If there is anything you need TRY US. We Prim Anything and Guarantee Satisfaction. New and Up-to-Date Type, First- Class Stock, Good Workmanship. HOUX'S PRINTERY. 'PHONE No. 19. W.C.T. U.Co'umn. [EDITED BY A MEMBER. ] FRUIT OP THE SALOON IN ONE YEAR One hundred thousand buried drunkards. Two hundred thousand fallen women, the average life of whom, is five year**. Each year it will take forty thousand girU to fill the ranks of those who die. Each year, one hundred thous- and boys to take the phicc of the buried drunkards. Twenty-five thousand wife* murdered, and ci.iidien unnum bered, are beaten to death, fro/.-r and starved to death. AIitf houses filled with paupers, jui s fi led wiih criminals asylums in-<ullioient to accomodate tens of thousands of insane, and 80 pc cent of it all caused by the le galized liq...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 February 1904

-W 1 Mi m y% i # \ State Herald. Published every Thursday,, toy N P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. Subscription, per year $1.00 Kntared at the postoffice at Mexia, Tex., aa second class mall matter THE TRIBUNE'S ERROR. The esteemed Waco Tribune does Hon R. B Cousins an in- justice when is attaches to him personally whatever imaginary sins that mav ba chargea'Ve to wnat the Tribune is pleased to call the "old pri-on crowd " So far as Mr Cou-ins is concerned he has only been connected with thj financial agent's office less than a year. Thai office has a nev. man at its head and one who is the peer of uny man in Texas and ho showed most ex- cellent judgment in seleeting as hi.-> c infidential assi-tant su 'h a scholarly and trust worthy a mat. a< R. B Cousins Mr Cousins bas a personal and intimate knowledge of the school system from the humbl st school in the state to the grand University of Texas. He h-is been a success- ful teacher for 20 years or more His ability as a business ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 February 1904

, . , .vT.^w* .,: <|A ■, jj$ * "■"* .••• • 1■• * HM^&SP ?F ' '' _____ rj^rr? v.au* •••••• ••«••••• ••• •10.00 98.00 •3.00 1 V 8 S— ne P- se irt to ' i\ FOR DISTRICT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce J. F. Stout, of Corsicanr, Terns, as a candi- date for the office of District Judge of the 13th Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party of said district, We axe authorized to make the following announcement subject to tha acFron of the democratic *rimaries: For Tax Collector— J J BURRlS J A WRIGHT C. S. COOKERLY (reelection) JOHN B. UARMICHAEL. For Treasurer— J. D. THERRELL. For Tax Assessor— J. W. McKINNEY. TOM L. COX. For Sheriff— JOE GRESHAM (re election). For County (Commissioner Precinct No 4 B J. HANCOCK. WANT COLUMN Advertisements Lrider this head in- serted, 15 wordo oi less, cne time for 10c or four consecutive times for 25c, Eggs from thoroughbred Buff Coch.us, 50 centF per setting of 13, Mrs, !>. a Murphy. Found—On the streets, a folding s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 February 1904

Hftf. . B .1 ■ '.;v ' „/.•;•*•.-■ • ./- jr' '.!KV ■pqp^ •iSp* , „.. | y£#pfv^^ F :i " . «..;•> MHSRKXw lii 8b*«fi££*t *181 ! i- s f v Blood Kev. T. J. DJJncao is dead. This news came from Waxshachie in the shape of a special to the Houston Chronicle. This good man had hundreds of friends in Mexia who will he sorry to learn of his death. He bad been in bad health for some time, but his death wa<i sudden and a surprise to Inn immediate friends. Truly it can be said in his case, "Well done, good and fathful servant," for he lived a life of usefulnes and was a true christian. Feed pale girls on Scott's Emulsion. We Jo not need to give all the reasons why Scott's Emulsion restores the strength and flesh and color of good health to those who suffer from sick blood. The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil, rich in nutrition, full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does. Scott's Emulsion presents Cod Liver 0.1 at its best, i fullest in s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 February 1904

H DO YOU m DP With a lane back ?j Miser erybodyr who reuds the ro to know of the wondd Kidney trouble Hakes vou ;JCVI suri cures made by 'Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. It is the great medi- cal triumph of the nine- teenth century; dis- covered after years 01 scientific research by Dr. Kilmer, the emi- nent kidney and blad- der specialist, and Is successful in promptly curing •'fal.y ■■ fkidney, bladder, uric acid trou- blesj% lldght's Disease, which is the worst form'wnfMney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not ref ommcnded for everything but If you have kid- ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found just the remedy you need. 11 has been tested in so many ways, in hospital work, In private practice, among the helpless too poor to pur- chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it, may have a sample bottle sent free by mail...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 4 February 1904

a? s* vm: —== IMiMMiUMf I - "v'S?8 y.ys ANTIEXPLO! The Most Marvelous Discovery $j of the Twentieth Century. si • ANTIEXPLO positively prevents Explosion of Gasoline and Coal Oil when used in Stoves and I.amps. ANTIEXPLO arrests Eyaporation, thus en- suring: a saving of 2G per cent to the con- sumer. ANTIEXPLO clarifies the Oil and increases the ^ Brillf&ncy in the light of all Coal Oil Lamps, from 3 to 5 candle power. ANTIEXPLO prevents Explosion of Coal Oil when used for Lighting Fires. "directions for use. Acid two tablespoons of ANTIEXPLO to each gallon of Coal Oil or Gasoline. A 5-gal= fon can requires ten tablespoons. Court House News. Groesbeck Journal. COMMISSION EES COURT. 1 he following proceedings were had in the Commissioners Court at its called session Monday: Taxes were ordered refunded to the following named on account of erro- neous assessment: J. M. Stephens $2 67; Mrs. Zuma Lee, $2.96; R. L. Watson, 96 cents. The rendition of J. M Stephenson was reduced to $175...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 February 1904

,1, .. -Wfr* •' • Kr' : '• %*3Sn- A V, V > •• ;7Vr?'' v fvV-'tMw-1 A'*4r '•' 'r.ty,~. feee J. Sandford Smith for Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas, TK a State Herald. VOL. 5 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY n, 1904, NO. 6 L BALTIMORE FIRE BREAKS K 1'< WORLD'S RECORD. DESTRUCTION HAS REACHED $200,000.000 AND END THERE IS NOT IN SIGHT. vStep by Step the Flames have Eaten Their Way Over .^ rteart of Business Section Despite Exertion of Every Human Agency to Check Them.--Ruin Greets the Eye Everywhere. a) i W ;jf 19 k Baltimore, Feb. 8.—The fire id Still spreading to new territory. The fire started yesterday has already exceeded the great con- flagration of the year 1871, at Chicago. To bazard an estimate of the loss is impossible. At eleven this morning it was thought the fire was under con- trol, but at noon it had spread to the harbor and rivor front and it is impossible to tell where the fire will end, Firemen are fighting bravely but against tremendous odds. The c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 February 1904

-• — _ ttrrs want£D A tHULl INVEflTBIEKT mm A BIO 1NOOBLH FOB ANYONE ■liblte Medical Bltnk, that a Diagnosis of 'teu Case Hay be Made, Free of Charge hr Our Medical Director ADDRESS TO DEMOCRATS. Statement Issued"by Sup- porters of the Willacy Bill, Representing all Congressional Dis- tricts. Dallas News, Feb. 7. After a session lasting nearly two days, friends of the bill in- troduced in the last Legislature by John G. Willacy of Portland relative to local option, repre* r 'fifing as a committee all the Congressional districts of the State, adjourned last night. The meetings were held behind closed doors and were presided over by ; YV. M. C. Hill of Dallas, j' Ac the close of the meeting XiREAT NERVE CONQUEROR lite yesterday afternoon they THAT NEVER FAILS George W. Littiefield, Austin. George. F. Perry, Hamilton. R. H. tocNatt, Fort Worth. John G. Willacy, Portland. B. Bryan, El Paso. W. M. C. Hill. Dallas. Sl6HM0}to'§ ^ILEPTIH^ Is* Only Known Specific Remedy For Epileptic Fits, F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 February 1904

<E1y . ^ae... .. .. J sSBF^J$?Sfc \'! I— fUSjjj ux'' praHMB}H ^ «y* pr ♦ *. A F\. ■IIP EyiMf I- •' V ft, At^thc Beginning of the New^jYear you will likely need a new supply of Office Stationery Examine your stock and if there is anything you need TRY US. We Print Anything and Guarantee Satisfaction. New and Up-to-Date Type, First- Class Stock, Good Workmanship. HOUX'S PRINTERY. 'PHONE No. 19. DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCA^D'OOO'CO. OOOOO. OOOCaO 0 improved Trail Service HILLSBORO BRANCH, as follows: EAST Lv Hi)laboro 8:20 a. hi 8.30 p m Ar Corsicana 10 2C a m 10.30p m west Lv Corsicana 5.20 a m 5.50 p ui Ar Hillsboro 7.20 am 7.50 p m MAKING DIRECT CONNECTIONS TO AND FROM Dallas, Texarkana, Memphis, St Louis, and all Points North and East. Shortest Line Quickest Time HOUSTON, BEAUMONT, NEW ORLEANS. If our Efforts to Please the Public Meet your Approval give us the Encouragement of Your Patronage. T. P. A , O T. P. Little, Puss Agt., Corsicana. D. M. Morgan, T JOHN F. LEHANE, G. F A. S. Waon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 February 1904

'"O '• ii%y 1 fillf V ''fif State Herald. Published every Thursday J by N. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. Subscription, per year, $1.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as Becond class mall matter The big Kirby Lumber com- pany is in the hands of a re- ceiver. A $150,000 fire in Houston Sunday night. Fires seem to be getting popular. The Rock Island officials are touring Texas inspecting the hues of that big system. Fire broke old in Baltimore Sunday night and the loss is esti- mated at 850,000,000. And now they are only waiting for the command to "commence tiring." It is expected to bo a battle royal. That is a great trick of the antis, Bending out that address to the democrats asking them to assist in having the looal option laws changed to the liking of the said antis. But don't you let them deceive you in any such manner, Brother Pro. Those fellows haven't been holding se- cret meetings all over the state just to evolve that little address. They have been forming plans...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 February 1904

m* ' / ' V X - I '1 ' ANNOUNCEMENTS. Ratet—In Ad vane*. District $10.00 C0UU1.7 $5.00 Precinct $3.00 FOR DISTRICT JUDGK. I W.Eason Bindley of Calina was in the city today circulating among the people and announ cing himself as a candidate for tax assessor. Mac Oliphant, the Bar- We are authorized to announce J. F. |ber and Laundry Agent, Stout, of Corsicanr, Texas. as a candi- | Mexia Texas. date for the office of District Judge of Bill Beene and wife arrived from Marlin Tuesday afternoon and will try living in .Alexia again. Mexia seems to be a pretty good old place after all. Garden seed tresh and true to name, 2%c paper at Kincheloe's. BflffW wmBWm ■it the 13th Judicial District, subject to *i|j the action of the Democratic party-of said district, We are "authorized to make the following announcement subject to tha action of the democratic primaries: V> For State Senator, 12th District— A J HARPER For District Clerk— W. L. CARLEY (re-election) For County Clerk— m.k mills For C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 February 1904

S*£5f OFIT S'i; EHSff- H' EFsis n ra The matter of feed is of tremendous importance to the farmer. Wrong feeding is loss. Right feeding is profit. The up-to-date farmer knows what to feed his cows to get the most milk, his pigs to get the most pork, his hens to get the most eggs. Science. But how about the children ? Are they fed according to science, a bone food if bones are soft and undeveloped, a flesh and muscle food if they are thin and weak and a blood food if there is anemia? Scott's Emulsion is a mixed food; the Cod Liver Oil in it makes flesh, blood and muscle, the Lime and Soda make bone and brain. It is the standard scientific food for delicate children. Sunday afternoon while Mr. B. W, Hodges and his family were out driving in their' surry thin came very near having a serious accident. They drove up to the passenger depot just as the north boudd passenger tram was due and whjn the train pulled in the horses became frightened and made a break to run but in turning suddenl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 February 1904

PPP\1 . ' ''V/.'t vr " The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There 13 a disease prevailing In this ' gerous because ao'decep- "",tlve. Many sudden ' deaths a'1 caused by ! It — heu.rt disease, '• pneun ania, heart ! fallu-'i or apoplexy f- are -jflen the result of kidney disease. If kidney trouble is al- icwed to advance the yz Kidney- p o i s o n.e d ^ blood will attack the Vital organs or the kidneys themselves broak duwn and waste away cell by ce'' Bladder tro" ., most always result from .fangem' of the kidneyu and a cure is obtained '.jickest by a proper treatment.of the kidneys. If you are fesling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy. It corrects inability to hold urine and scald- ing pain in passing it, and overcomes that unpleasant' ^necessity of being compelled to go often during the day, and to get up many times during-the night. . The .rpild and the extraordinary effect fit Swaxnp-Roat is soon realized, 'it;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 11 February 1904

Houde News. teabeck Journal. VITAL STATISTICS. Curing the monih of January ther« jw <57 births reported to the County ttfcark, of which number there were It8 aalM—21 white and 5 black,—and 29 wMto fewles. Deaths reported were SB—10 tualos. all white, and 16 females —IS white and 1 Mexican-11 of the 26 i caused by pneumonia. "!\s Commissioner's Court met in audited session Monday and entered an authorizing the County Treas- urer to-prosecute the suit against the Kfccv-iTtr of the Groesbeck National In the county's name. No other .mih was transacted. >■ w * PRETTY HOME WEDDING. TAX COLLECTIONS. 74e total tax collections for the «KOith of January as reported by Tax SUaector Cookerly is 147,147.40: For «t 7e r, 175,686.91. The total tax as- M s*a was $80,7C9.94, which will leave to ,40 oa the delinquent tax tmXi, This it) a good showing and sur- KaiKses all prev'ous years in collections. \ T' H 3S88 poll. tax paid—an increase of 139 over last year* the lastdtys of January witnesse...

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