Mad Mesa Gazette
Volume 6 -- Scott Randolph - Editor -- Number 12
Jack Maxwell in Coma
More fire was recently added to the Kane-Russell feud. It seems that several unidentified men jumped Malachai Kane and a Bar-K hand by the name of Jack Maxwell. The two men were taken completely unawares and beaten until they were unconscious. One attacker continued to kick the men when they... [click here for more]
OF THE CITIZENS AND MINERS COMMITTEE
To all HORSE THIEVES, CARD SHARPS, CLAIM JUMPERS, BUNCO ARTISTS, BANDITOS, AND RENEGADES
The C. & M.C. of the town of Dead Mule, vigilant in the preservation of peace, property, and good order earnestly warn all Felons, Vagrants, and disorderly Drunkards that their wild and lawless ways
WILL NO LONGER BE TOLERATED!... [click here for more]
"They're stealin' the ballot box .... "
And vote theft is only one of the perils stalking the town when the folks of Promise City must choose between BALLOTS... and BULLETS.
It's 1882 and Cochise County, Arizona is the wildest part of the wild west. Rustlers are everywhere Indians and badmen lurk in the hills. Robberies are common. Against this setting, two hostile political factions struggle for... [click here for more]
No two ways about it: the town of Burned Bush Wells sits snugly in the back pocket of Mr. Lyle Underhay, businessman. Now, unlike some of the other merchants in the town, Underhay's dealings have been pretty underhanded.
Now your band of riders stands al the edge of town, a cold norther at your back that cuts through even the wolf pelts slung across your saddles. The skins will draw a decent price... [click here for more]
Promise City Herald
Volume 1 No. 42 --Promise City, Oregon -- Setepmber 2, 1875 Jack MacRess, Publisher
GOOD NEWS: The Civil War is over and you have inherited 640 acres of wheat fields, apple orchards, and Douglas firs in Grant County, Oregon. A family legend leads you to believe your great-uncle buried his fortune somewhere on the land.
BAD NEWS:... [click here for more]