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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 20 October 1900

?i VOL. T. ouaTiaofc FOB, PMBLU'Wi. LIAK X. BRYAN 0 FOR- YICB: pUl E. STEVWIftORQILIJMOifii tSE PQniGALi PATCHES THKNBGRO. XXXV. 1KD Tt fie ss- radispmtihle fact Orsir many of the warife gnwkst ta'e. Negro In J?,u !!SK?,r.?:Jp WrF""'1 ' T w tm i,uj. ii i in bos una reh la Bfcfcy ' least Several; years .. tfcNaCToes'KbtKJarollHa. a 3- f.as iuj; ii rsztu asr-H. ofihaisMdwwart'aCPVthnwgh f . .. -.- . i" ii i Vir T-i.f' et BS so om sten farther nlonr: leae Big11 - u' i. .uuu. uwereor SMell to: a lily white. Republican and u sneh he did everything- la h power to aid la overturning the city BTerSmen cjf" Wlinag&m fn IKMf Wtot only turaea hte' back- upon the Sfcgroes, or the'terr ower that made Y It possible tor arar v acnieve awanc-f4n- bnt he' o: csbed- oat his- state troops to 8hoof. Sonra hVw-abiddteg : . V iu.iii .. .... ....iL ?" TZL i L rJSrtW or be wlthla this state, or hold for the public press which: was In tended to Inflame" the minds of the rarale waiast the- Negro. He -wen...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 20 October 1900

1 It TOlf ARMORED, BJCYGLE IN iWA "THE BROAD AX. WBITEROFEAEE GIFT per companies, foreseeing this result. will endeavor to absorbtbe wnanamv Industry. With a raeeairinar is - ) I f - ft , t-. --J 4 tl-..M.fciilltn ei Deamefser. hfltTiiSer, KB1CMB leaser, IB TVi Bread Ax U aaerjrwBa rifcrw Tllnr"il if rtit trr ttt-'-'t " jet u, rros iiiimiiH Uoal eesaasafeatiea wOl have itfHw) taif Mt aide at tee paper. (araae)i Hijiittiliiiratai aueakaeimew i n ceauaasJcatleB I SSOJLZ IMO Axxotnt ArSanrx, Cneiea JUUUS P. TAIfcOK, Sditor aad PBhHthw, never knows how muck he really loves a girl until she rejects A scolding wife would doubtless fee successful aa a railway engineer she is. always-on. the rail. Eight years ago Slavation Army of Seers were forbidden by the authori ties to say "Hallelujah" fh the streets f'Berlin; today the army meets night ly In tventy halls in the city. The. school children of Jersey City were the principal contributors to the Galveston relief fund there. They gave about...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 20 October 1900

ll H I II 1-1 We This cMlaariMs;Ja the aaan Try JU-0 aWideaa aad aealthfal" dessert. Prepared la two minutes. Ka boillsc! bo bakingl add bolllas water uistt to ceeL JJtot: Leao. Ortsse; lUsabarry; aad Strawlarry. At your creem. ! cts. tike s Fatae. gister-ia-law How 10 Ms fatiar, tie bahy Is! Mother Hea certalily like aim la some way. Ha generally kea aa v Half the alfiht Paaca. Sudden and Severe Neuralgia St Jacobs on eBetrxtes psumplly aad deeply, soothes aad strengthens taeBerres aad brings DrBulTs COUGH SYRUP IS SURE. SatvaSaaOa ABSOLUTE 1 SECURITY. Genuine Carter's little liver Pills. M, case to if5; saaayofaa, 5H5" ketnowevex i. 'fflT . tavltlecaee I liflslwW Y .sis!8! m&HI3igl ffl WnlsSjr Ipasf!i5il4llliiiE Illllitllk-iililPUlitJil ii!iif5&ii-:ligl! igiigfillliiiiislliiitlg iiisiiiiltiliiiil iiPii plluliiiiiilililiilili Ifnbhrsssi& For'thaSatfi rWtUrB mmmum ttii asaa- ffaasavss. a. -&ss-" --. - nsLSSb'S. I VftoT-" .r'aifl j" .Ira: J&Z,J32LF -JXm'tya. taimk...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 20 October 1900

' 'Wi -3 l'r 7V - - C t .- m fi" w -'rw jKJ l IK S''?- ft fci i-. ft I I V $ & Ife hL -. aaHaaP " "Why efeeaH you become, a bsbbj; vraea. yoji cm be alive aad a prime ' TJffm'Wlthyiittoga or tohm fodrfr tf Besotte aarlvelfed; unsighiy. aatsfitfetsd. SSaeattty. as the years roll eawiek-JcBes wfthra your power to arrest decay aad rejurenate aad in vifeorate yoar body? Why should yon walk the street, with halting:, lagging -ateng, laak' jaetre eyedy when with elastic raeai tntf of foot, and bril liaolf eyes row may view Hfe's sur- agsi xou nave wxar your what Ponce, e Leek vainly klOBT hundrea years aso, and mankind was ase dream of e fountain -w eternal youth. ur "LsagsTiw ad in another , - -- lateix. AareW wto saa dr ad WwireaMatts rf (eeaeffdjf wo wheai la keanl at i 1aaffikat the tarter trads hi eel cewLbetaMy Na a. a Vnmt MANY SQMBCESV He British West (a&se swarprlse aa art; t 12,175 miles. ttjoeera statesiaeal Moaettees bIb aaas eatreeasje- patnotMai. HtWmlM&ihffCioge...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 27 October 1900

'JSWC .' M I HEW TO XI LIINE. " t VOIi. vi OUR TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, WILLIAM J. BRYAN OP NEBRASKA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. ADLAI E. STEVENSON OF ILLINOIS. COOK COUNTY TICKET. State's Attorney.. JULIUS GOLDZIER Recorder WILLIAM E. SCHLAKEl Coroner JOHN H. TRAEGER Clrclut Court Clerk P. J. O'BRIEN Superior Court Clerk. .R. J. COLLINS Board of Review T. E. RYAN County Assessors: HENRY STUCK- ART, PETER KIOLBASSA. Probate Judge: MARTTN M. GRIDLEY Superior Court Judges: JOHN C. KING, EDGAR B. TOLMAN, ISRAEL COWEN, LAWRANCE A. YOUNG. Sanitary Trustees: FRANK WENTER, THOMAS A. SMYTH, WILLIAM LEGNER, THOMAS J. WEBB. County Sunreyor: George C WATER MAN. President of County Board: ROLLIN B. ORGAN. County Commissioners: ROLLIN B. ORGAN, OTTO HULSMAN, MICH AEL IRRMANN, JACOB B. THIE LEX, EDWARD KATZINGER, JAS. E. DALEY, JOHN CZEKALA, JOHN FOLEY, JOSEPH FLANAGAN, E. B. BUSHNELL, C. S. RICHARDSON, CHARLES STOEFFEL, FRANCIS STOEHLKE, JOHN FANNING. CONGRESSIONAL: First LEON.HORNSTEIN Second.. JOHN J. ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 27 October 1900

t ll h t rv it- THE BROAD AX. FtTHIJSKXD WXKXXT. tH8 proMtdgate asd at 3 timMnpbeMtb ferae srlaeiBle of Democracy, Nit Farmers, Caaholloa, ProUstanta. Knltfrte ct Labor, Zb VIi. Koraosa; ResQbUecBS, Prieeta, or any Aeeiaeeaa hare their cay, ao Ion m their Jwrnirn k proper a&d rea$OBibUit7 i axed. The Broad Ax U a sewnaper vheee platnrm la bra VSttert bioaii esoach for aft. i , erer riilmlftr MM -ju. neas w ape u own bubo. Local oommtmlcation xrill ear attantioa; t eeJjoBoae aide of tke paper. WMOUrllOH (adrasot)! fMY2r fixXoatha AirartWac rata madetaKnrnoa appUettiea, i all coaueBnleatioea lo sets Aaxoux Avzsvn, Czxaiee, JULIUS P. TATLOS,Xddter asd PubUriwe. There is only one place where toli ra$ts -and that Is In the heart. He who drinks to drown his despair k trying' to extinguish a fire with fueL '"' We are apt to condemn In others what we practice ourselves without scrnpje. There are times when a charitable heart can do more good than a charit able hand. Life Is like a mirro...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 27 October 1900

WES . tT Is K fft THE BROAD AX. KTZLXSKSD WEEKLY. MB proatalcato and at aS time robeM tha tees eriaeiBles of Democracy, hot Fanaara, JiahoMca, Frotactaata, Kelthta c( Labor, In- Bltensoea; BecubUcaaa, Prieatr. r any eaa hare their say. to lose u tfeeir a la proper aad reepessIbUitxi sxed. 31m Bread Axlia sevngaperwbeee pkilara rar claiming Dm VIM.arfal right Sigaak to owa mlsd. Loeal communication will bar aKcattsaf )! ely ob aaa aide of the paper. Rrsacxrmosa (advance) i KzVoatfaa .. use A&rartiJda rata ade Icbowb o appUcatias, aa ffi m all coatapnleatlom to taw Xxnovx Avnrcx, Caxuee, JULIeTS F. TAILOR, Sditer aad Pafeliafcat. -twin- s'.v:"- -. i. -sm There is only one place where gold nstv&nd that la la the heart. He who drinks to drown his despair ll trying to extinguish a fire with. fueL ' Tve are apt to condemn in others what we practice ourselves without duple. There are times when a charitable heart can do more good than a charit able hand. Life Is lite a mirror. It r...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 27 October 1900

!5w 1-W-W(!I WgLIBIJf HiS .tPV PTV": t!BBY8 FOOD PRODUCTS LEAD The Graad Prix fHOB&eer sod tiro old medals have bees awarded fey ths .International Jury of Award at the p&rii xpositio&, to Lieby. McNeill Libby, of CUcsca, for tie purity, excellence aad strpsffsrity of their canned foods. Here fa America, the "Libby" Brand has arrays been recog nized ar typical of thskighest stand ard of excellence attained la the pres ervation of meats, and It Is a notice able fact that the prodr'tfs of Libby, McNeill & Libby have received the highest awards at every Exposition held in the United States daring the past two decades. This fcrm issues a book "How to Make Good Things to 'Eat," which will bi mailed free on request. Drop a postal to Libby, Mc Neill & Libby. Chicago, I1L, for It. The Importance of Stupidity. I fear you wjll laugh when I tell you rwhat I conceive to be about the most essential quality for a free people whose liberty Is to be progressive, per manent and o...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 27 October 1900

tlBBY'8 POOD PRODUCTS LEAD The Graad Friz CHonesr and two cold medsl have beea awarded by the International Jury of Awards at the Parii Exposition, to Lleey. McNeill .& Libby, ot Caicaxs. far tae purity, excellence and snpelfsrlrjr ot their canned foods. Hero ia America, the "Libby" Brand has armys been recog nlxed ar typical ot tha tighest stand ard of excellence attained In the pres ervation of meats, and it Is a notice able fact that the products of Ubby, McNeill & Libby hare received the highest awards at every Exposition held in tho United State daring the past two decades. This firm issues a "book "How to Make- Good Things to Eat." which will be mailed free on request Drop a postal to Libby, Mc Neill & Libb7. Chicago, I1L, for it. The Importance of Stupidity. I fear you wU laugh when I tell you what I conceive to be about the most essential quality for a free people whose liberty is to be progressive, per manent and on a large scale; it is ouch stupidity. Though no...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 27 October 1900

V' m (jj POLITICAI NUGCETS. Are 70a free? If so you can. Tote as 70a believe to be right If they say no Negro can vote a Democratic ticket, ask them it you are free. What prosperity has Baker's Trife, the dead Postmaster, had? Has her children a fall dinner pail? Your answer would be 1 do not know.' The question of how to make a liv ing Is now the greatest question before the people. How shall I support and educate my children Is a question you must ans wer; it cannot be shifted. What shall I do If I lose my job? Is thejqttestion millions of Americans are asking themselves each night as they go to rest Does the formation of trusts and monopolies help you in the solution of these problems. Don't you know that the Republican Tiarty is the father and protector of the trusts? Dont you want your taxes equal and economical vir: all taxed alike? Don't you know the Republicans have tared the poor In this county In a fihsmeless and outrageous manner? Don't you know that the Republi cans allo...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 3 November 1900

-"W TjiJ c- . " : ; : : nmt --V Jm. MtoW' ' - - 5 JnjBenrnVmvl ' Pfev rt , J s i" 4 r. 'AifiS9x 3. 0F CSto m JJrkmirJ t-y v iw u?Ps i .-B Tv toIl lluCfcr WPA mat emX Wi If nfi T - B nV innnj rBhw nH DBrV Eflnnnn 3BHnnH ?H mnsnnnnnnnnnnninnnnnnnL x m y f nnnnnnnk w nnnnm .JBnnnnnnW nnnm IBnnnnmx nnnnnna I -ditennnnnny fBnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn PBnEnnnnni CsnnnnnnT -My k s3r - . - O mmmn emmmmw mmS 1 mmmW emmm SanmnW Imnnmmmmfnnnnn mmml enmrnw P mkw l'"'"-:,mmmm x?feew -zzl Bbv X Hmmmmmmmmmmmam emmaWA. v vv !EB!mmmmJ5fmmmmmmm yMYig5'j flenmmmWx. VOL. YI. OUR TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, WILLIAM J. BRYAN OF NEBRASKA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, ADLAI K. STEVENSON OF ILLINOIS. COOK COUNTY TICKET. State's Attorney. . JULIUS GOLDZIER Becorder.....WniLIAM E. SCHLAKE Coroner JOHN . TRAEQBR Clrcint Court Clerk P. J. O'BRIEN Scperior Court Clerk. .R. J. COLLINS Board of Review T. E. RYAN County Assessors: HENRY STUCK- ART, PETER K30LBASSA. Probate Judge: MARTIN M. GRIDLEY Superior Court Judges: JOHN C. KINO, EDGAR...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 3 November 1900

ill . -T l? ' ' - T - -it 5. THE BROAD AX. 1XWK'SWrfNNVSNSrf oamlnta ui a eSttstaaaaaelctka tra ariasjtrim of Jeaiooraer,'fc Jaratara, CathoHea, Protestants. Katghts of Labor, la- VMc, Manaoaa, KepabUcsas, Priests, er aay e etas oaa ksTa their say, so teas as tfeeir .hurtrfrrT"1 T"""ll1'fTtfT' The Bread Ax Is a auwspagarwaoaa pUtftii as Is bre4 eaoajra for all, ever Bin tin teg to Vettaxtal rif&t to speak Ks ewn salad. Ieal eeasajaalcatlon Trill hava attaaateaj llta ealy os eae aide of tin paper. avxaczimon (adTasce)i fa TCtf ttx Maate ... . ...... tW aatsrHstng rates saaoa aaewaoa agpMeafcloa. i all ec&aanleaiioas le FTH-T l'1-FT?i-M.'n ATT, KM Ajucotx Avsxtra, Cxxoiee. 4UiIU8 T. TAYLOR, Xdlter aad Paattsaa& -It Is now' proposed as a punishment to cat off Chan CM Tang's cae just fcelow the collar button. A man "Who marries a disagreeable woman for the sake of her money swallows a bitter silver-coated pilL Sir Thomas Upton's challenge has been promptly accepted by the Ne...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 3 November 1900

1 X Xestscky tswi, whose tatstat entered as Idler.- set kr eeewpa gea cs "wasMas sad wiaUac." The puncher who aims feeross this qseer try remarked that the phrase aaaat fist the womaa -was "washing to sjp port her twelve children and lazy hus band and wishing that he would go to work and assist In. the malateaaace of their numerous affsptisg. humhiiiiiihihii I! TwoBigPains I seeri to be the heritage of the bnTTiin family eraytyhere, Tia Rteuffiatism and Neuralgia - bat there U one sure sad prompt care for both, vie St Jacob Oil ;; HHHHHHHI I I HI I Mtt" Don't Stop Tobacco Suddenly It injures -nervous system to do so. BACO CURO is tbe only care that really CURES and notifies you -when to stop. Sold -with 5 guarantee that three boxes trill cure any case. EfiiiiLHiiilii cured thoiisands. It-mil cure you. At all druegists or by mall prepaid, tl a box: iboxes8i5a Booklet free. Write EUREKA CHEMICAL. CO.. La Croase. Wis. DrBull's Cures all Throat and Lung Affectiocs. COUGH SYRUP Gctthcgcn...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 3 November 1900

te ly: r t? I IF 0 CHIPS. Otto Hulaman Is an old time citisea of Chicago aad he will be one of the next commissioners of Cook county. Michael Irrmann, the laboring men's candidate for county commissioner tia the confidence of all classes of voters and he will surely win out. FTank Wenter, Wm. Legner, Thos. Smyth, and Thos. J. Webb, are all tried and true business men and they will make ideal sanitary trustees. Peter Kiolbassa and Henry Stuckart, who are both capable and able in every way will surely be elected members of the board of assessors of Cook county. , Joseph E. Flanagan, candidate for county commissioner is one of the best and most successsful business men in Chicago and he can render good ser vice to the tax payers while serving on the board. John J. Feely, has made a splendid campaign against his Republican op ponent, and Mr. Feely feels reasonably aire of carrying the second Congres sional district providing all the Demo crats do their duty. Down at Richmond, Va., the O...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 10 November 1900

j HEW TO THE LINE, TOL. VI. THE GREATEST POLITICAL LAND SLIDE IN THE HISTORY OP THE . UNITED STATES. There is no question but .what the Presidential election of 1900 was the greatest victory for tlie Republican party, and the Greatest defeat for the Democratic party that has ever oc curred in the history of this country. Many theories and explanations hare been advanced tending to simplify the reason or the cause -which led up to the overwhelming defeat of Col. Win. J. Bryan, the Democratic standard bearer. To our mind many plausible theories outside of those so far ad vanced which were instrumental in leading up to the complete rout of those who were opposed to re-electing President McKInley. In the first place- we believe that -even after the mistake was made in constructing the platform at Kansas City there was still much hope of meeting with success nationally, and more especially after the notification meeting at Indianapolis and the pro mulgation of Colonel Bryan's letter of a...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 10 November 1900

I 13ffi BROAD AX. PUKiUHLA) WXSKZtT. In priaelples of Democracy, Wit racxsars, CttbeU,I?obMtat,KaJKbte c Later, la- Ylals, Mormons, SerafaUecss, Priests, or set Xe alas os hay their say, so leaf as their i a propec sad rBtpnniiWllty a axed. Zoesl oomsrsaication will fcsrs sttemties; Kts eat)y OB aaa aid of ths paper. mournon (sdrsaes)! fMTur .. . ... JJvsrtlilwc rata madskafrro oo applfsiMon i all eesaassdcatioes to sMO Axuoca i-varcx, Crroiae. 4UIJV3 F. TATXOB, Salter sad Palittsfcsr. A -word to the -wise may be sufficient, feat lie Is sometimes wiser who doesn't speak it A goodly portion of what the world calls good luck Is composed of ninety nine parts of ambition and one part of talent W. K. Vanderbilt has given KIssam hall to the university at Nashville, but as It is a coeducational Institution the boys probably had not waited for that 'At present the greatest distance over which electrical power Is being transmitted 'by wife Is eighty-five miles, being carried from a waterfall...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 10 November 1900

i A3S5ss ?09spSpiiBstf'' ste yv y3fl Senator Jaei j" Ward. The suit for ?50.000 for breach oJ pnKsiM against Senator Wxn. V. Sul Xnz by Miss Lucy Mai Leeton crea ttes a lively interest in the town ot trcTtnton. Va., where both are well fcjown. Miss Leeton is well remem bered thre, where she attended the ftaquler Female IustitutcShe was en tered at the school in "January, 1898, If Senator Sullivan, as his ward, and itBiloed there until the closing of 3e session in June of that year. While a student at the Fauquier resale Institute, Senator Sullivan was 4 frequent visitor to Warrenton, and lis attentions to his beautiful ward vere. It Is said, more those of a lov er than those of a guardian, and this lortng attitude toward each other was goes commented upon. Usually he EENATOR WILLIAM VAN AMBERQ SULLIVAN. Mississippi Statesman, Who la Sued for $50,000 Damages for Breach f Promise. Tonld come from Washington a Saturday and remain over until Hen ixj, and would always have Miss Lee ton l...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 10 November 1900

rran7THBn Is i. t i REFLECTIONS OP A BACHELOR It's Iotb that makes the world go raised. Love to a woman Is a thrill; to a nan It Is a throb. Lore was invented by a man; mar riage by a .woman. No woman who understands hu man, nature understands herself. Every man Is afraid of his dentist and every woman is afraid of her min ister. A woman never knows what she hasn't found till she knows what she lias lost Celebrity is finding out what the world wants and then making it think you have got It By the time a man has learned to know women he is able to make a guess at himself. Women like babies the best but most any man would, rather have an other fox terrier. . Every woman over thirty yearns knows a lot of weather signs that she Sets from the way a cat acts. The happiest people In the world are the ones who haven't got any time to go around thinking how mis erable they are. A woman can do more with a hair pin and the handle of an old tooth brush than a man can with a tool chest and three...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 17 November 1900

vr- ""V v. -., lfT - '1 ! i - I .-.- -Jif - r . - - ? -..' t. AraBVmUv. maVJuaw. m ggumsHRii gggn Xk. .gflgggP. piT iPaV jf TXyff H liX"grgggV MaM' tfSZk. YKxLXV . c-V s . HEW TO !THE LIINE. LJ1-L :: ! " , ,- YOIaVVI. s CHICAGO, 3TOVJCMBER 17, 1900. WO. 4. ' - i A i -- MORS ABOUT MONEY. The igaoraace about, msaey la per fectly as astounding. Nearly all of a believe It to something sapresacTy tsI uable.aai mart fee so for as its repre sentatives are esacersed. Even, tie very men who are aoweU 'posted &b to admit that monoy & ealy the lastru ment for faeilBery exchanges" will de cline that ltmset fee of some precious metal or other commodity. They might just as "well aayv that a. plan or deed or Vehicle niA fee made of precious metals. The cheaper these articles are, so they do the work repaired of them the better, and just so with money. "Bat your nosey inset fee redeem able in gold or silver, ,r they will say. "Why?" we ask LetT tub them Into a corner. Then their reply Bust ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 17 November 1900

".i-V ' - 'WVa. '"'f -. i ,' q. -'. ' r A J c: t ; H V- rjc - . c iT. 5"! . i x - qp y '&. .- v " IHEJSSROAD AX raaiaaattitfssa in fcaia ,a&Rjrtj5& LJUHMtMMi fMM, eC" a tfcetr say, hi MJHBMttgIHIWllll1U m . nlmiirimtiiiMirtiw frWartal f5wWk er (saraa ea)t . TATLO. Wtter ui Fafthchm, Lots or people who are India te io good keep.jrattlng it off until te merrofc. - tt fs claimed la Denver that $1,000. AW weW "wagered la that- city on the Mealt'ef the'PreBldemtial election. . A. minister shakes your hand and a lawyer palls your leg, hfct e politician 'wul shake yosr hand ose minute and anil yoer kg the' next Paper moaey Is at s premium at Nome.- Miners flad'lt more convenient than, fold sad pay -as much as 2 'per cent la excess of Its face value for It Sunday laws are strictly enforced In Honolulu. Not only are all saloons and bare kept tightly closed and stores fbrEldden to sell, but anyone who at tempts to play ball or Indulge In any other sport on Sunday Is carried be-J f...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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