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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 January 1905

See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas US v f| >'< '1*- I X \ \ The State Herald. P VOL. 6 MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY JANUARY 12,1905. No 2 1 Wet Weather Specials! i SAVED MAN WHOSE FACE HE HAD NOT SEEN. THE FOLLOWING PRICES ARE BIG REDUCTIONS ON SEASON- ABLE MERCHANDISE. - - - Men's heavy Rubber Boots, worth $3.00, to close ou at per pair only 82.29. Men's Rubber Coats, worth $2.50, to close out at $1.49. Men's reversable Rubber Coats (2 in one), worth $3.50 to olose out at $1.99. Men's $3.50 water proof leather Boots, lined with lambs wool, to close out at per pair $1.99. Men's all rubber Arties, worth $1.5o, to cloBe out at per pair $1.29. Men's and boys Rubber Shoes and Arctic at close out prices. Ladies Rubber Shoes and Arctics per pair np from '69e. Misses Over Shoes, worth 35c to 50c, to close out at per pair 39c. Ladies Gossomers, worth $1 25, go in this sale each at 49 C6i)ts • SWEATERS! SWEATERS!! Men's and bovs Sweat- ers, in stripes and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 January 1905

I'll M^I^'l^lMiwIfrlilil'i ilii i n I lnl IlllillliMMBliI DHSUMPTtOk ... BOo & 11.04 Fr # Trial. BoiMt and Quickest Our* for all* THROAT and LUNG THOUB- ZJE8, or XOVBT BACK. JML -l JEST P1SSEMER SERVICE IN TEXAS. 4. IMPORTANT QATIWAYS 4 I Tfc" .<o moUBLr to answer questions. SUPERB PULLMAN VESTIBULEP SLEEPERS, *f an qsom e Reclining Chair Cars (scats fpk) on all through trains. ONLY LINE WITH faat morning: and evening trains to St. Louis and the East. ;JLY LINE WITH Pullman and hlffb-back Scarr$t seat Coaches throusfn (without change) Sleepers Coaches to New Orleans, dally. LY LINE WITH handsome new Chair Cars through (without cuange) dally, to St. Louis, Memphis and CiPaso. SLY LINE WITH a sating t/. J a hours to California. jurist Sleeping Cars, 'without change) to San througt tolsco. DINING CARS UklLV BETWEEN TEXAS AND ST. LOUIS ON BOTH OP OUR INCOM- PARABLE TRAINS, "CANNON BALL" -Apip. ■ IGHT EXPRESS" JE P. TURNER, . Pamknmr ams Tiokit AOlHt. 9ALLAS. TEX. Color* Colored O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 January 1905

So fifji. ■ m m K *1 - 1 *PPf!< Wu'h :- " WBtmsm m rr- !E FIELDS or GREENLAND 7 os* d*.TICHEM0RS> Antiseptic.^ '9* WOUNDS • eU*MVUUURlE3vN You are liable to catch cold out here, or fall and got hurt For COifGHS, COLDS and SORE THROAT, use BRON-CHO-DA 25o a bottle For Wonnds, itruUea Sprain*, Bonis, Scalds and Injuries* use Dr. TICHENOR'S ANTISEPTIC IOo 6O0 $I.OO a bottle SHERROUSE MEDICINE C0.,Mfrs.an< Props. NEW ORLEANS, LA. WROTE A LETTtiK East on the Southwes Limited. You cannot drop your napkin a pick it up in the dining car of The Southwest Limit 1. A. waiter will be there with a clean one. A po.ter waa recently disciplined for brushing a hat with a whisk broom^in- stead of a hat brush. These Rare little tilings, but they show how excellence of service is maintained on thej Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. This Company owns and operates the sleeping, dining, library and all other cars on its lines, and therefore offers its patrons an excellence in equipment a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 January 1905

Pf#:1 J State Herald. rtrt ltofead every Thursday by H. P. HOUX. Editor and Proprietor. Btibfecr.ytion, per year $1-00 "When the Republic is fast be- coming rich and oorrupt the hope that it may not meet with the de- cay aad overthrow which follow- ed these conditions in like forms of government in other times turns largely to t.he farmers.'' Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mail matter Nan Patterson was denied bail. Now for another trial by another jury. ___ Has the Alkali Eye suspended? We haven't seen it quotad for some time. What's the matter, Bro. Lewis? The Japs got 48,000 Russian prisoners when they took Port Arthur. After all. the same was worth the ammunition. It comes from Washington that the Senate will confirm Dr. Crum, the negro collector at Charleston. We can stand it if they can. An exchange sajs: "Now is a good time to bring in your job work before the rush comes.'' We hope some of it will get into this office before the rush is due Wonder ho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 January 1905

7 V ' The 10c a Year! I \ Magazine, largest, brigh- test Had finest Illustra- ted riagizlne in the World for 10c a year, to Introduce it ONLY. It is bright and np-to-dale. Tells all about Southern Home Life. It is full of II|T|Cm fine engravings of grund Vflllw scenery, buildings, and famous people Send at jee. 10c a year postpaid anywhere in ,e U. S., Canada and Mevico. (i years Ic Or, clubs of 6 names 50c. 12 for '.00. Send us a club. Money bacK if .'jtf delighted. Stamps taken Cut this out. Send today. THE DIXIE IIOME NO. 19. Birmingham, .... Alabama. Xocal anb personal ]for tbc Mecfc. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Kennedy celebrated thair golden wedding yesterday in^their quiet way. Cows with young calves for sale.—J. J, Beckham, The ground is getting a good Boaking and it was needed too, as fall grain was beginning to suffer and atock water was getting scarce. We arc headquarters for Bug- gies, Wagons, Harness and Sad- dles.—V. Wolverton. Ed Dunlap is in the city visit- ing relatives and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 January 1905

m• \ \I-wcy'"r" -% l j / Every Two Minutes Physicians tell us that all the blood in a healthy human body passes through the heart once in every two minutes. If this action be- comes irregular the whole body'suffers. Poor health follows poor blood ; Scott's Emulsion makes the blood pure. One reason why SCOTT'S EMULSION is such a great aid is because it passes so quickly into the blood. It is partly di- gested before it enters the stomach; a double advan- tage in this. Less work for the stomach; quicker and more direct benefits. To get the greatest amount of good with the least pos- sible effort is the desire of everyone in poor health. Scott's Emulsion does just that. A change for the better takes place even be- fore you expect it. We will tend you a •ample free. Be sure that this picture in the form of a label it on the wrap- per of every bottle of Emulsion you buy. Scott & Bowne Chemists 409 Pearl St., N. Y. 50 cents and $1.00 All druggists C. J. Sterling has moved his grocery ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 January 1905

*9 «$* 1 As these lines grow fainter and fainter and then disappear so do Coughs and Colds grow fainter and fainter after using GRANDMA'S Cough Cure to finally disappear It Cures What More Can You Ask? 26c—At Druggists—50c Park Laboratory Co. New York r * & J W A Family of Clargmen. The Clare family of Abbottstown Adams county, probaly holds th« record In Pennsylvania for the larg est number of clergymen in on# family. At the meeting of the Wes* Pensylvania Lutheran synod Mar tin L. Clare was licensed to preaci- making the fourth member of tha' family to enter the ministry, th< others beinp Rev. R. L. Clare, pa tor of the Lutheran Congregation* at East Berlin and Abbottstown, Rev. Harry Clare of Philadelphia and Rev. Robert Clare of Ne* York. CATARRH c§SSui> W-FEVER :*P1' *?■ Sik' 10 -fjwYOBir Ely^Tcream Balm This Remedy is a Specific, Sure to Give Satisfaction. GIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. It nlcauses, soothes, lienls, and protects the diseased membrane. It cures Catarrh and dri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 12 January 1905

fj ^ v ■a:«. SP <W®PR \ JF Ml Electa o Tobioook Commenting on the recent report, of the government committee ap- pointed in England to iniquire into the question of physical deteriora- ttion, the Hospital, August 6, says the (ommittee, as was to lie expect- ed, lay great stress upon alcohol and tobaccc as causes of physical de- terioration; and they say among other things that the effect upon off' spring of maternal drunkenness, or, at least, of the drunkenness of both parents is very much or^ater and mere serious than that of the drunkenness of llie father only, and also that drunkenness among mar- ried women is greatly upon the in- crease. Their indictment of tobac co is mainly based upon its assumed directly deleterious influence upon young smokers; and n'> ascertained or probable effect upon offspring is even referred to. However, noth- ing is more certain than the fre- quent transmission of an unstable nervous system to offspring; and few thincrs seem more calculated to p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 January 1905

s f ' ' See J. Sandford Smith tor Fire, Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas i ' ■1 W <P I (. ,i - o ■■ The State Herald. vol. 6 mexia, texas, thursday january 19, 1905. No 3 LANHAM AND HEAL WFRE INAUGURATED Texas' GDvernorand Lieu- tenant Governor are Inducted Into Office. Austin, Texas, Jan. 17.—Botli houses convened at noon in joint Mission to inaugurate the gover- nor and lieutenant governor. The inaugural party e ntered at noon and the buH of representa- tives was crowded to its full ca- pacity. violation of law regarding liquor deal- ers' bonds. By Shelby and Bertram—To prohibit baseball and football on Sunday. By Hancock and Graham—To make the seperate coach law applicable to street and inttrurban cars. By Greenwood—'To provide punish- ment for alander. By Thompson—To prohibit owners of property allowing liquor to be kept thereon. ByGuinn—To prohibit carrying urrris By .Jrimes—To passenger rates at 2 cents per mile. By Smith and Bowser—To prohibit the abandonment of wif...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 January 1905

ggg«5gggg^^ ' 11 1 ■ ■ ll'"l 1 1 * •< • •HE COUGH CURE the ( !JNCS . ., !p#i H - ■ : g§l§ll *S%Sy Bflfc I: & \1 •\ IVtTH Sfel a fcm \Pt *1 _„. ;ic;jsuMPTiof Fit ; u UUGHpand 1 Ui Ljfiios ■wv Price coc a 51.0* ;-",oe "trial. Bureofc' av.d CiuicJiest O. THROAT and X.UZ7G 3LEB, or SIOMJJY 3A0I BRaasecj."f3;.ni'i«/ !* • for ? THOU- JEST PASSENGER SERVICE — IN TEXAS. 4 IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 PACIFIC ..O "-ROUBLE TO ANSWEH QUESTIONS. a'JPERB "ULLMAPJ VECTISUi.r.P SLEEPERS, J A V OSO M E R EC LI N I N G C H AI P. CA KS (SEATS Krt'E) ON all through trains. Tlx AS 'NT/? LINE] WITH fast morning- ano ovening- trains to St. Louis and tlic- i'.131 • MLY LINE WITH Pullman Sleeper, i-.r.d high-back Scarri^t seat Coachef 1':... ,ncrh (without change) to lUm >r:eans, da!ly. (LY LINK WITH handsoc-e new Chair Cars through (without e.'jftn-'-c) elnl':. to St. Louis, Memphis an J •«.. Pa-iO. SLY LINE WITH a saving o. j 2 houn to California. jurist Sleeping Cars, weekly, thrcugl '■without change)...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 January 1905

11® T r.' . l'l i* Pi '. V s=r.r.'!■-—= >u * M: -. jir'It > ;'v • ". .' , * '.''f.f? If pi 5ti 4E-S /hM 1 • tunm |ax'v>< < ot % I Si «*mtK*FnJvir ^L'cwifcs 1 CHILDREN'S FRIEND MOTHER'S JOY ?rfp BRON-CHO-DA For Throat and Ivti ng« cuftcc Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat and Hoarseness Absolutely free from Opiates, Narcotics, or other in'urious substances. EXPECTORANT ANTISEPTIC LAXATIVE PLEASANT, HARMLESS, RELIABLE: By Druggists and Dealers 25c. Per Bottlo SHERROUSE MEDICINE CO. New Orleans, La. ■ I s&g^:vttKx&mttwfmmjaumcs «a t- - sjtrissssati R East on the Southwes Limited. \\ You caunot drop your napkin a ! pick it up in the dining car of Tlio Southwest Limit I. 'V waiter will be there with a clean one. A po.ter win recently disciplined for brushing a hat with a whisk broom in- stead of a hat brush. These Kare little things, but they show how excellence of service is maintained on the, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railwav. ^ +/ This Company owns and operate,?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 January 1905

m ui/x ■ II ■if' W$k. State Herald, W,i * * *i} -i '■*' '■ '■■'!'• ' ' S| ' . • ■■ ^ ■ :- (•ul Mitrfd every Thursday by w '! M. P. HOUX. Editor and Proprietor. Sabbcr<ytlon, per year, $1.00 Entered at tbe postofflce at Mexla, Tex., as second class mall matter A boy in Navarro county re cently (lied from the effects of smoking cigarettes, so the doctor said. On the six big: oommittees for the house we only find one of our three representative. Hon. W. C. O'Brien of McGregor. kin is a "fighting" pro. And the vote does not necessarily mean that the antis are in the majority in the house. A bill has been introduced in the legislature looking to briug- in? about a decrease in damage suits against corporations. It seeks to correct the growing evil by making more stringent the present barratry law. Of course the people have to pay these claims in the long run, and it isu't such a long run either, and the evil ought to be stopped, or at least slowed up a little. A 12-year old boy in Ripl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 January 1905

The Magazine, largest, brigh- test Had finest Illustra- ted nagaziite in the World for lOo a year, to introduce it ONLY. It is bright and up-to-date. Tells all about Southern Home Life. It is full of |Tl p fine engravings of grand Hl^poenervi buildings, and famous jjeople Send at 10c a year postpaid anywhere in 8., Canada and Mevico. 0years ■ ()r, clubs of 6 names 50c. 12 for ' $1.00. Send us a club. Money bacK if not delighted. Stamps taken Cut this out. Send today. THE DIXIE HOAIE NO. 19. Birmingham, .... Alabama. Xocal ant> personal ifor tbe Mccfe. AiVW^AB • I ,}1 ) The school board met Tuesday night and transacted routino bus- iness. A third assistant teacher was elected for the colored school. A. F. T;iturn being selected. The contract, for the heating plant at the new school house was awarded to tho Southwestern Heating and Ven- tilating company ff Dallas, Mies Etta Lear, of Lindale, Smith county a daughter of Dr. Lear who died at Point Enter- prise during the holidays, is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 January 1905

3 v.- . ' iV-w mmm k & iMfl WP^Wf ffiMSs •^V uL'U " >r-'' '■': ; " '^V - . • ■••• ■;■< •; m •( L HIT LIFE —That's what a prominent druggist said of Scott's Emulsion a short time ago. As a rale we don't uSe or refer to testimonials in addressing the public, but the above remark and similar expressions are made so often in connec- tion with Scott's Emulsion that they are worthy of occasional note. From infancy to old age Scott's Emulsion offers a reliable means of remedying im- proper and weak develop- ment, restoring lost flesh and vitality, and repairing waste. The action of Scott's Emulsion is no more of a secret than the composition of the Emul- sion itself. What it does it does through nourish- ment—the kind of nourish- ment that cannot be ob- tained in ordinary food. No system is too weak or delicate to retain Scott's Emulsion and gather good from it. We will send you a sample free. Be sure that this picture in the form ot a label is on the wrapp . r of every bottle of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 January 1905

mammm ubm'iw . ■ W 0 ACCEPT NOfol IT ATIONSOF ;g s- ^ E.2 ? ^ g i i 1 ^ • . r- £ % <• O , - n 2 -• y -z (a : "J p i '. X r, c . 2* -r. pK cS O^ o o 3* 2 - '.2 — ~/I ~ ~" j=T n> lA ^ > — ~ c ^ v> :3 ri-ir *< V £ T = 4 = 2 g|2 § "£ *ix-2 fif ^•3 3.3* = 3 S-Sja* .*S .222 2 — "" o ***§3 g • § j> - .£ J® 25 X "> ^ _G a rS tr ;. ; s3 ' o •2 ^2 J tf o >, *■?■§ 2— * er^-a *■« - COO ~ - Li - 5 K 2 © to-< "r " "H^ S =; *- ' - X t£ W • K - - CC © 43 a • - 2, - ; Z ■" ~- ~ i? a C ^ ^ £ sVll^S -• ® w c •- " _ r-« _ I «*£ THE HOME REMEDY F&R FAMILY OR FARM. 1 £2; d J 2"" 2 C^J S <5 > *3 £ -3 o -• 3 " Ort CSrS 1 ® *° © 2 ci £ _x ? 2 ^ 9* 2 _ cj •? Q -2 . fi , u. - ~ " .s -: " ^ ^ r- -J £ © •- " 5 O txH 2 Sloan's Liniment is sold only by druggis dealers, and nnsr by- pedlers or street M KH a O C/J A CD ro P ® *© It M O CJ* 3 ? 3 T3 r o cr (D w P £ki — P_ > P c *"> 3 7*3 o a-ori Q- P w cr o o O M o (/) « ^ o 9 P-?°2 3- O « M (9 p p '< M *ri m 4^ 3 O P ^ ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 19 January 1905

i . If if f * $ \\ V Jik. i&:i In South Africa. . B«d news from Southwest Af* rka continues to keep German opinion in a state of irritation with the colonial office; judging by the past the reinforcements which have arrived on the coast, finding it very difficult to land, will soon discover that it is al- most impossible to operate effect- ively when at last ashore. Settlers are being slaughtered in various parts of the Hinterland, and those who can do so are fleeing toward British territory. We have our own troubles colo- nial, and can afford to be sympa- thetic with Germany with the fellow-feeling that comes of com- munity in folly and international crime. But the interesting point is a discovery made by the eagle- eyed press of Germany. Aetlii- ■opianismus is not indigenous, but an American product. The wick- ed longing to own their own land has been suggested to them by American "niggers" who are sup- plied with funds from the United States and move about from tribe to tribe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 January 1905

See J. Saadford Smith tor Fire. Life and Tornado Insurance Mexia, Texas VOL. 6 ood Roads Bill. W! State Herald. MEXIA, TEXAS, THURSDAY JANUARY 26 1905. No 4 Mi m I Ti ;v B. JSlo. 156. BV HRYANT, TERELL AND BLACK. A Bill to be Entitled An Act to pro- vide /or the working of short term con- victs upon the public roads of the State ; defining ''short term convicts", and to provide regulations for confinement and safe keeping of such convicts. Be it Enacted by the Legisla- ture of the State of Texas: Section 1. From and after the passage of this Act, all convicts who have been or may hereafter be convicted of a felony, whose punishment is assessed at a fine «f not more than five years con- finement; in the penitentiary, ex- cept such &s are sentenced under the law to confinement in a State reformatory, shall bo termed "short term convicts'', and shall be put and continued at labor on the public roads in this State, subject to the conditions and limitations of tin-: Act. Section 2. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 January 1905

R9 - w • MPS % n- * -■ iff-" _ W : *: -':. • ■ ' '■ ' 'i V ' V '" •Sp® ' • ~ 1 :'. - i ' 5' ' ' ' vr MM ... r.v ri*TCL IB COUCH CUKE the LUNCS S r Mr. King' Not? Discovery FOn Q t*W.$ !IV1PTI0N O'JGHS and ^OLOSt Price 50c & $1.00 Free Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB- LES, or MONEY BACK. JEST PASSENGER SERVICE IN TEXAS. IMPORTANT GATEWAYS 4 PACIFIC TEXAS Court House Notes. From Groesbeck Journal. DISTRICT COPRT, The following proceedings 'nave been had in the district court the past week; Rotun Grocery Co vs German Insur- plainta have been lodged, in the past four or five dave, against various and sundry persona, who, it is alleged, havo been dealing in spirits unlawfully. There has been about ten pleas of gu'lty eu- anco Co. Rotan Grocery Co dismissed -tered already and the defendants left immediately for tl^e farm to do service for the county for a season. Mr. Kennedy aays he ia not through with the investiga- tion yet and expects to land more of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 January 1905

mw : HiMlflMM G$®$ffiH|H -l ggjvj^p^$ inQ yVfS) 5S5SS9E HE tfflM . HE GREAT FIELDS of GREENLAND Jv WW' Ifer'v.. . :■ Vl *>s* ,. QR.TICMENORS >£;•;: Antiseptic. 'om f wou.H0a«eURHS-INJURES You are liable to catch cold out here, or fall and gut hurt For COUGHS, GOLDS ud SORE THROAT, use BRON-CHO-DA 26o a bottle For Wounds, Bruises. Sprains, Burns, Scalds and Injuries, use Dr. TICHENOR'S ANTISEPTIC IOo 50c $1.00 a bottle SHERROUSE MEDICINE C0.,Mfrs. and Props. NEW ORLEANS, LA. East on the Southwes Limited. You cannot drop your napkin a .1 pick it up in tiie dining' car of The Southwest Limit 1. A. waiter will he there with a clean one. A po.ter was recently disciplined for brushing s hat with a whisk broom in- stead of a hat brush. These Care little tilings, but they show how excellence of service is maintained on the, Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. This Company owns and operates the sleeping, dining, library and all other cars on its lines, and therefore offers its p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The State Herald — 26 January 1905

$$sr! •SB? r- = -i-5 ate Herald. iPF IH taLMifc** every Thursday bjr M. P. HOUX, Editor and Proprietor. Subscription, per year $1.00 Entered at the postofflce at Mexia, Tex., as second class mall matter Again we repent, the anti-free pass bill will not become a law this load of polls. lead at his soldiers ^in the far east and a threatened uprising among his people at home he has a job that no one envies him. B<dtob pays hep mayor one dollar per .vear, and .yet, i'l the face of such discouraging tiir- cumstances, there tire three can- didates for that ofBce. the elec- tion to bo next April. Verily, Stoessel will be court martialedC there must be some patriotism, The ozar ought to send over to this oountry and get Maud. She seems to be a match tor an army. Another attempt has been made to kill the czar. "Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown.'' Here is a prediction. The present legislature will not pas.3 an anti-free pass law. Paste this in your hat and watch . Major Hugh Swain...

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