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Image of A Desperate Remedy For A Desperate Case.  Dr. Roosevelt Proposes To Use The Receiver Cleaver As A Forlorn Hope. - Carson, W. A.

A Desperate Remedy For A Desperate Case. Dr. Roosevelt Proposes To Use The Receiver Cleaver As A Forlorn Hope. - Carson, W. A.

Roosevelt tries to heal Uncle Sam's bodily ailments and considers using the "Receiver" cleaver to quicken it.

Image of Both Feet In The Trough!  Disgusted Coal Consumer - "Oh, What A Hog!  No Wonder You're Fat!" - Carson, W. A.

Both Feet In The Trough! Disgusted Coal Consumer - "Oh, What A Hog! No Wonder You're Fat!" - Carson, W. A.

The Pennsylvania R.R. (Railroad) pig eats out of the Coal Mine Stock Trough while Coal Consumer woman gasps at the size and actions fo the pig.

Image of Cheerful In Spite Of His Defeat.  Mr. Bryan - Good-By, Judge, And Good Luck.  See You Again In Four Years. - Carson, W. A.

Cheerful In Spite Of His Defeat. Mr. Bryan - Good-By, Judge, And Good Luck. See You Again In Four Years. - Carson, W. A.

William Jennings Bryan waves a goodbye and good luck to Taft on winning the presidential elction.

Image of Dares Christianity To Interfere With His Murderous Work!  The Blood-thirsty Russian Bear Defies the Civilized World to Stop the Slaughter of the Helpless Race in His Power. - Carson, W. A.

Dares Christianity To Interfere With His Murderous Work! The Blood-thirsty Russian Bear Defies the Civilized World to Stop the Slaughter of the Helpless Race in His Power. - Carson, W. A.

A bear is attacking a helpless woman. On the side stands the Christian Civilization ready to chastise the bear. This is in motion against the Russia's attack on the Jews as represented by the helpless Jewish woman. It mocks the "Universal Peace" feather and the apparent Christian following of Russia by calling it hypocritical in following the Christian teachings.

Image of Falsehood Brought Face To Face With Truth.  The Beef Trust and Its Lying Claims confronted by United States Government facts. - Carson, W. A.

Falsehood Brought Face To Face With Truth. The Beef Trust and Its Lying Claims confronted by United States Government facts. - Carson, W. A.

The Consumer raises a complaint against the Beef Trust. The consumer shows the beef trust the true analysis.

Image of Hot Times For Roosevelt As His Term Nears Its Close.  The Big Stick At Last Meets The Stinging Weapons Of House And Senate. - Carson, W. A.

Hot Times For Roosevelt As His Term Nears Its Close. The Big Stick At Last Meets The Stinging Weapons Of House And Senate. - Carson, W. A.

As Theodore Roosevelt's term comes to a close he is causing increased displeasure among both houses of Congress to a degree that hasn't been done since Andrew Jackson's presidency.

Image of "I'll Take Hold For A While, Your Majesty."  The Russian Bear Certainly Can Be No Worse Off Under The Partial Control Of The Peasantry. - Carson, W. A.

"I'll Take Hold For A While, Your Majesty." The Russian Bear Certainly Can Be No Worse Off Under The Partial Control Of The Peasantry. - Carson, W. A.

A peasant grabs hold of the rope tie around the Russian bear away from the Czar. This grab signifies not only the freedom of the peasantry but also their growing power.

Image of In The White House Attic, As Moving Time Approaches.  Mr. Roosevelt - "I Wonder How Much Of This Stuff Bill Will Want Me To Leave Behind." - Carson, W. A.

In The White House Attic, As Moving Time Approaches. Mr. Roosevelt - "I Wonder How Much Of This Stuff Bill Will Want Me To Leave Behind." - Carson, W. A.

Theodore Roosevelt checks the things in his attic and wonders which things William Howard Taft would want for him to leave behind.

Image of "Joe, You'll Either Fish Or Cut Bait!"  Mr. Taft Is Determined That His Tariff Reform Program...Be Carried - Carson, W. A.

"Joe, You'll Either Fish Or Cut Bait!" Mr. Taft Is Determined That His Tariff Reform Program...Be Carried - Carson, W. A.

William Howard Taft yells at Joe Cannon to take an active role in pushing forward the party's pledges and Taft's wishes. Incomplete title, as indicated by ..., due to missing text.

Image of Killing The Goose That Laid The Golden Egg.  Treasurers Ridder And Sheldon Find Their Campaign Sacks Distressingly Light Because Of Too Much Publicity. - Carson, W. A.

Killing The Goose That Laid The Golden Egg. Treasurers Ridder And Sheldon Find Their Campaign Sacks Distressingly Light Because Of Too Much Publicity. - Carson, W. A.

Theodore Roosevelt and William Jennings Bryan kill the corporation goose before it could make any contribution to their campaign due to the publicity of the corporations' contribution.

Image of Sphinx-Like, Mr. Cleveland Is Silent.  The Ex-President Refuses to Disclose His Attitude Before Fair Democracy's advances - Carson, W. A.

Sphinx-Like, Mr. Cleveland Is Silent. The Ex-President Refuses to Disclose His Attitude Before Fair Democracy's advances - Carson, W. A.

Grover Cleveland sits a sphinx and has made no attempt to make it clear whether or not he'll run for president again for the fourth time. On the side W. J. Bryan and D. B. Hill eager to take his place.

Image of The Bloody Close Of Abdul Hamid's Reign! - Carson, W. A.

The Bloody Close Of Abdul Hamid's Reign! - Carson, W. A.

Ottoman Sultan Abdul Hamid II was deposed during the week. Hamid stares gladly from the European part of Turkey as he watches his soldiers and other groups massacre Christians in the Asian part of Turkey. Meanwhile, Europe stands and stares away in ignorance on her side of the border with her hands tied .

Image of The Donkey's Day Of Joy.  Despite The Wrecks of 1896 And 1900 Democracy Sees Hope In The Rising Sun Of Bryanism. - Carson, W. A.

The Donkey's Day Of Joy. Despite The Wrecks of 1896 And 1900 Democracy Sees Hope In The Rising Sun Of Bryanism. - Carson, W. A.

The Democracy donkey utters "B-R-Y-A-A-A-N-N-N-!!!" as the W. J. Bryan sets from behind. The donkey waits for the Beef Trust and the Republican elephant to go into conflict for it to kick down the fence and be free. It is excited for the growth of the popularity of William Jenning Bryan.

Image of The Law And The Trusts.  Times Are Bad Enough, But The Threat Of Imprisonment Causes Consternation. - Carson, W. A.

The Law And The Trusts. Times Are Bad Enough, But The Threat Of Imprisonment Causes Consternation. - Carson, W. A.

A few members of trusts stare pertubed at The Law who points to Prison. It is the sign of the punishment for unlawful activities of the trusts.

Image of The Man Without A Country.  The Pathetic And Somewhat Ridiculous Position In Which Ex-President Castro Finds Himself. - Carson, W. A.

The Man Without A Country. The Pathetic And Somewhat Ridiculous Position In Which Ex-President Castro Finds Himself. - Carson, W. A.

Cipriano Castro sits on a mast next to his briefcase adrift. It depicts his situation as a man moving from one country to another yet unable to land.

Image of The Real Sufferers From A Coal Strike.  The Miner's Family Faces Deprivation; Greater Inroads Into His Wages Confront The Laborer. - Carson, W. A.

The Real Sufferers From A Coal Strike. The Miner's Family Faces Deprivation; Greater Inroads Into His Wages Confront The Laborer. - Carson, W. A.

A miner's wife sits ont he stairs as her children surround her. Meanwhile a miner stares at a sign from coal dealers who have prepared for a strike early on. With the complex necessities of life chaning the cost of the coal strike is stands next to war.

Image of Uncle Sam's High Tariff Quandary.  The Frontiersman - I Wonder Just How Much Of That Protection It Is Safe To Take Off. - Carson, W. A.

Uncle Sam's High Tariff Quandary. The Frontiersman - I Wonder Just How Much Of That Protection It Is Safe To Take Off. - Carson, W. A.

Uncle Sam waits inside the cabin as wolves try to break in. He wonders how much of the barricade he could take off without it breaking.