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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 22 December 1900

BBiTAIFS HEW-MEDJ 5T. JOHN BnODRICK LANS DOWNE'S SUCCESSOR. He la the Soa Tbceaat Xlddleton aad Baa Been in PebUo Lift Slace'lSSe Only Forty-Toer Years Old gerred at Voder Secretary Once. Mr. W. St John Brodrlck -was ono of the "clever young men" of the Con servative party in the "early eighties." Though not, perhaps, a brilliant ora tor, he is a keen debater, and has more than once shown that he can state a case as clearly as any of his colleagues on the Treasury bench. Eldest son of Viscount Midleton, Mr. Brodrlck is in his 44th year. He re ceived his early education at Eton, and later on at Oxford. Like so many oth er men who have shone in the politi cal world he took a prominent share In the debates of the Union Society, of R-hich he became president.' He also helped to found the Canning club, which has long been the center of the new Toryism of the university. It was his good fortune to step straight from the presidential chair to a seat in the House of Commons, being re turned...

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. — 22 December 1900

V WISE aND OTHERWISE. A lawyer is strongest whea fee-blest. A music-loving woman should ae . quire a husbands Every time you wrong your neigh bor you barm yourself- By his conduct every man In the world fixes hla own value. If the master Is negligent the ser vant will not "be diligent Be very careful how you let re marks fall they may hurt a friend. All men are more or less foolish, but some men outgrow their foolishness in time, A great deal of shocking language is due to the receipt of C. O. D. tele grams. A laugh bought at the expense of propriety 'costs far more than it is worth. The frown of a true friend is bet ter than the smile of a cunning enemy. A woman is a great deal better than lier neighbor and, what is- more, she knows it The faster a man's pace the more likely he is to be overtaken by the min ions of the law. . If the use of tobacco shortens a man's days it probably adds to the length of his nights. Friendship means more, and at the same time less, than any other wor...

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. — 5 January 1901

- . ; : VOL. VI. CHICAGO, JANBABT 5, 19o NO. 11. ... m . . A PHENOMENON OF OUR CENSUS. For the first time in our history the census shows two of our foremost and chiefly forming states haye de creased in population. Kansas and Nebraska haye lost "What has be-t-ome of the great natural increase from 2 millions of such people? As to deaths, the immigrants more than balance- them. In slavery times some of the slave states showed some such signs, accounted for by the oppression of slavery upon the vast body of con sumers. The next few years must see some thing still more marvellous of this kind unless railroad building coun teracts the tendency! The explanation is easy enough. The whole life of society proceeds under what may be stated so four great functions: First, making; second, distributing (I. e. i-arrying and exchanging); third, con suming: fourth, re-distributing the surplus. Indeed all animal and vege table life proceeds thus. Anything that interferes with ono injures the other...

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. — 5 January 1901

Y IT ir m . r 1! T "THE BROAD AX; WMiMMlfrii jg Masaaaajtridfcaa inMa taretaatir aty, 'as lea aa &2 .aajaajiianaaataaili'iiMBiiaialMtj iaaasc, sbvC XV mk SBVflBF BOTv 9 awMMH i aa, w aaaaJcisiaw ttaa wffl hat eaeMatdaettbaas. (tartac)! TTgrt BT? IMO AUfOTX iTBTTS, COOtC JVUDS 7. TAXXiOX, Xdlter ud PshUate Following on his extraordinary ac tion In prohibiting the use of electri city In theaters and the introduction of bicycles, the sultan of Turkey has for bidden the use of balloons or carrier pigeons for army purposes. The rea son. Is not stated, but his great terror of plots against his life may have something to do -with it John and Rachel Scott of Randolph county, We&t Virginia, and their chil dren, hare been weighed recently. The father and mother are still living in the house where their eight sons, whose combined -weight Is more than a tou, "were born and raised. The com bined -weight of the family is 2,796 pounds, an average wgbt pf 76.3-5 pounds. In Germany a furnace...

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. — 5 January 1901

iJitl Tied Up When the modes feel draws aad Ued 1x7 asd the flesh leader, that tension is Soreness sad Stiffgess a- a a m O c o a m a o IS from cold or over exercise. It Usts bat a, short time after o a o a a m a -a St Jacobs (HI is applied- The care is prompt aad core. a o o0CfOgoooaogCf ABSOLUTE SECURITY, Genuine Carter's little liver Pills. Mutt Signature f , Wraypsjr Bflra CARTERS . . FMiaUL&U. FHMZZIIKSti rwiBIUHSKSS. FMTMMUVEt. m CHST1PAT1M. FMSAUJWSKII. FMTKECWPLEJJH .CURE SICK HEADACHE. PATENTS! MILO B. KTRTSN8 4c CO WITHOUT m nalesa raeceaafal Head descrlpUoat and rst frea opmloa. ,H c CO- btab. MM. 'AHBINOTON. D. C CXeTelaad aa&fietrott. jr. x nJ MtnBtnst, w. Branca cftlcea; Caueaea, &Z&iJ&&&0-z' iffy wwwg 1 IP T MINISTER SAVED fin. fairy Liufffiri entirely zmi ef Nirvm Pris irtiiM by Dr. trini's Nirvm Bhw. J M BS Aaahaa Aalj r WW f M J - . Jti'"y z& :-. L aped eter serfoa. aad jyslcalprortraltaL T?5i urv.j.vT-niita tttnr ot S. S. ,.-, 7 - -...

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. — 5 January 1901

I. i l t- n r 9? ir -r.- & fe B taa WIT AN Huieoit. ' The 'Portrait Tie Fair Sitter "Wea't'.yoa please, 'ideallxa ae a trile, Mr. Dauber?" 'The Great Artist STg,ni tx you up so-yodr owa BaeUMtt "won't know you." Chicags Re ecru. Hetty "I tilnk Tom loves me with ail kis.aeart. my. ke actually threat esed to shoot himself if 2 did not IooS aeoahlra with favor." Bertha "-Ho. IflceTowI That's what he always safra- Faaayisn't Itr'Boston Trans cristr' Ceatractor "Did you Ker that alder-Baa iw as I directed?" Secretary "Tea, sir." "How did he ad" "He looked tosulted.' ""What did he say!'' "Be said I ought to ie In the penltea-Uary."- "What did he dor "He took the 'meney." -Tit-Bits. Forgot Himself Wire "My dear, yaa haven't a cold nave you?" "Hub baad "No." "Any headache?" "None at alL "Rheumatism?" "Not a par ticle," "Tou don't think It will rain, do year' "No danger. Why?" "This ig Sunday, and It's most church time." -raw; what Is a Jersey cow? l sev er saw one did I?" "No, I guess a...

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. — 12 January 1901

- - I - .. . I wg $ JL .--- BnenmeanBanmWnmpfcTtBr h. - -' . ' Sf '-.: . : ; T- ' -A HEW XO THE LINE. Ti" mi iii7 y gmUgmu VKr ml J lu Jlrv j - - anmanflmanVmannmaaw ammnA enmm. L.'Sris.B " .ammmmmv BBmmmnmBBBggggg dggawT Hjtftfih'EBRIHBrPiBiB flmaamryT""'"''" - vlHft 'nprnarawV- BTammmmyv VOL. VI, U. X. XA2tGASABIAN. snrr seat la the Grand Opera nrnsa was oceanied lest Sanday bki- j5g by hundreds of the -moat intel- inal men and woman of. Chicago, ho gathered -within its -walls to lis-' ten to Prof. WBngwwrltm deliver the tost of a series of four lectures on The Four Great reugioBs or the 7orld." The first lectare was devoted hr Prof. Mangasarlan to examining tad comparing the sayings and the religions of Coafacius and Zoraoster. in doinc so he defined the problem of religion how It arises; races and re ligions their discords and "harmonies; Zoroaster and his doctrines, .the mod ern panda, their lateehlam; th-taach-inES of Cofifadas: the sacred-writings of China and Persia; onr sol...

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. — 12 January 1901

LB1 V . , Is ?- ir 5- ;i &' SHE BROAD A3C atattew ef Laar. Frieeta. er aa MJ. as Job J Wc imm far JL ,ilfe to speak its i fceaal antawwubiHnn JJy Swa asVsy Sssn VBS BMbS BC sTbkv sfcawKa (tlrtiM)! XjH Franca its decided that all ths troopt in,iht colonies shall. hencslorta tee armed "with weapons similar ta taoaa of Que home army. Tha number of marine disasters dor tag the year Jdst closed Is smaller t refcafcly than ever before. An official of the New York Maritime Exchange thinks this is due to the fact that sailing vessels are disappearing, steam craft being better able to take care of themselves when In peril. Perhaps the oddest suit of furniture in the world is owned by a certain sotelkeeper.' For many years he has nade it his business to collect match boxes, of which "he has now a collec tion of 4,000. He ordered a skilled cab inetmaker to equip a room with fur niture made of these boxes. The out fit consists of a writing table with ssaoking apparatus, a fire screen, a cab...

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. — 12 January 1901

",-' - , -t Kr lr jr 1 fc ft '4 BBS. - THE BROAD AX. nB S4lft & HK VflMS VAhSUIBBV VbsIilMuimiwh. WnintiMnii, Meat, at ta kT sfaalr MTt-aa lea as sk& JtMkfWiiTLiniiniiIWrjrltof ' ItktumiMr far H, tk (dais ta will hwM Mam i a m at lbry. (UtTMM)l UK Fnace its decided that all the troeja. ia,lht coloales stall henceforth fee armed Kith "weapons slaallar ts these of the home army. The number of marine disasters dnr lag "the year just closed is smaller yreftaibly than ever before. An official of the New York Maritime Exchange thlaks this Is due to the fact that ailing vessels are disappearing, steam craft being better able to take care of themselves when in peril. Perhaps the oddest suit of furniture in the 'world is owned by a certain hotelkeeper. For many years he has made it his business to collect match boxes, of which he has now a collec tion of 4,000. He ordered a skilled cab inetmaker to equip a room with fur niture made of these boxes. The out fit consists of a writing ta...

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. — 12 January 1901

i J. SHETLAND PONIES. rfcey Serve a Veetat Their XMrntaatlT Sis. The Shetland pony, the smallest of his race aad family, tk greatest Kiss tnd poaceecien ot our childhood, says the Spectator, is sow becomlag; quite a personage oa his own aeeosaL His birthplace and briaeias up, fete career ind obsequies, are ualgne la the ak lory of the -world's domestic animal. Born in hyperborean islands of a dim inutive father and still Bore dlmlaa Uve mother, he passes from pasture to pastare la boats, till he goes to the tooth la a ship with haadreds of ate eompanioas. Then he descends taoa sands of feet lato the earth, where he works by artificial light all his life, and at his death Is hrosght afeoTs ground to be buried. To work la the mines is the destiaj of the majority of Shetland ponies. Lprd Loadoa derry fcept a famous sted of them, pre sumably for use In his collieries.' This stud has been dispersed, bnt there are several la the south of England la which, by careful breeding, the 'ponies ...

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. — 12 January 1901

- . f? !. eeee1 Oaaries Jtofflase Lamb, tie areal taet at the Dewsr area la New Yark Ky, is a craaasea ef Charles KolUa aea, who ni tie stoat prominent steel tgriTW ef Us time, aad. who, whea 1fce committee waited ape klm to ea trsTe tie ret ef gold bettoas for the -acitia which the first president of the sited States was to take his oatk of dace, did the work aad refused com pmitntioa, s&yiag the honor was wa&-etenL Fr4M ta, h West. Tweaty-two Indiana from the Cat taraegee tcsci yatloa. sear Erie, Flu, hare tea te Weetcott, Wya, where they will afillate with what Is left of the oace powerful Modoc tribe. This arty 'Is to act as advance guard from those left oa eastern reservations, all f whoa are tired of their present lo eatfoa. They claim that they can hare store freedom la the west. Gearlct Demaao Creased Treesers. William McFadden. a Hardin county, Ohio, forger, was severely paddled at the penitentiary because he Insisted on wearing creased trousers. He demand ed of the...

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. — 19 January 1901

. f-J . ""ji.. v -'"- -- - i-". .' " ; j, .. . -, ..-iii&; .f4.7?v: 4 HEW XQi THE LINE. -.&4 aBnakv ,bbPb- . mi . K:Hrair imKK Z3k'HSv -- rvP ! I Hbbb VBi jKywy", gg jj'-jkHm 0E rvrfb .:: &SKf KLiiBt HiSv PIMdgmg . BBBaeXK' rv2s i ?i i bv bi i -"b-v c. i ,Hur-r.'-.ir4dBiMrvv?rr-r.f!'&aiMiB;)k.H y "vn. .hp J7 --v -m im.'vs b v im i fe.vvifc. .Kak. wiibi imm iTiaTT'iii'iMriTr i tt t v mv m. tv hf jr TV' bbbI-'bbbbbbbbC bbbb I IbbbM bbbh II II MillI i I I bbbbb aBBBrT vVMrk m?M M mibbbbbbS "bbbbbbbbbbbbbbK bbbbbHL JbbbbbbbbbB 1 bbbbbbbbw JBBBBBBBBaKiZfffaBBBBBPBBBBBBBV. BMIBHBMillllMPIIVta'V9iVWPfJHpBjMP& X BBBBBBBBBBEk . wvy j r 'BaaMB'&flHjHSVBKL HfeV flpi ' -" f rf . -A f . va&iyu HTE THOUSAND CHRISTIANS IN LMAVENWORTH, KAS. BURNED A KBQBO AT THE STAKE. Tuesday evening, Jan. 15, oae of the most bJec4CTu-aUB.fi and horrible spectacles ia the annals of ancient or modern times transpired away oat in bleeding; Republican Kansas. Fred Alexander, a Negro, .was ...

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. — 19 January 1901

rw . -aft " rr - 1BE BROAD AX. Y PMMWVWVMVWWWAOIVA Avuxva, Cassiaa. r,XATLOa.gToraad PiVMaBa Telephonist aasaBunlcatloa has beea aatRbHghed between St. Michael and 4&e by mnian of a temporary aab- awriae cable. Tie toll is $2 lor tea Iram stettettae rleaaea lay Cecil 1 alegh ef London It is learned that -about as,dM persons are employed by theatrical managers la Great Britain. aba average "weekly salary betas fie. Or a. -eert&ia day designated by Mr. K&leigh there wero being played "189 asetoaraaas, 33 saaaieal .and farcical -altocs, Zt plays- and 3 Shakespearean ayv" Adkryof awe than sixty years ago contains two- entries appropriata both athletlea aad to the season: "De- eambcy gat -, Started for home on foot aad arrived forty miles after twelve bears -as the road. I was not ataek J&tigB," . "December 28th. started bach; ta college at 5 ia the asemlag. It was vary stormy aad the anew fear laches deep. A little fame bat happy." The writer was sixteen years old aad hi...

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. — 19 January 1901

SBHf MAN PASTOR PRAISES PE-RU -NA I I m , ABsshta I a0'r Bl- I Ent Presbyterian Church af Greoubero, Ga., aad Its Pastor and Elder. The day was when sea of promt- - 7 ,-- . . . mmui, mu uuuira 01 reruiis ino bc8 hesitated to give their testlmonl- trouble almost entirely disappeared. tk to proprietary medicines for pabll atton. This remains trae today of cost proprietary medicines. But Pe nes has become so justly famous. Its rrits are known to an munv Twinlo r ygi and low stations, that no one teitates to see his name in print recommending Parana. The highest men in on nation hnvn Ires Peruna a strong endorsement. Ha. representing all classes and sta tists are equally represented. , A dienified renresentativB of -the Presbyterian church in the person of t. a. u. onuta ooes not nesitate to state publicly that he has used Peruna fa his family and found it cured trhnn ether remedies failed. In this state ment the Rev. Smith is supported by ta elder in his church.' -Bev. E. B. Smith, naa...

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. — 19 January 1901

uo btV U- mr ' -,r- - v ir ft"' T . TRADES (Pffi CQUNqLji loo HZWSPAFSt LAW. Any perse wk takes the ssper rognTarly 2rsm the ysstoSee, -whether a is a saescriber or aot, is responsible for (to aey. The coarts lure decided that refus- is to take Bew98$ersaa4 periodicals froai tie BoateSce, or removing aad le&viag them nacelles for Is prima fade evidence of iataatioaal trass. PRIMS OP FASHION. Varlattoay la children's gowns bias- l oat from time to time, even thosxh -they are Tery slight, aad small girt rival their mothers in their amhitloa to keep ap to date. Soft wool materials make op Terr prettily in this way. In sgared French aaaael the collar may be made of the faae and trimmed with rows of narrow braid or velvet ribbon. Skirts of the small gowns 'are asoaily plain, but the older girls have soxae sort of trimming, either tacks, stitched bands, ruffles or Telvet folds, stitched oa. The long-waisted rnode. in whkh the waist line roands-down low in front, is 'conspicuously evid...

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. — 19 January 1901

w r- 11: sffTKADES (jSM COUNCIL fr too KSWSPAPHt LAW. Any peraaa who takas the paper ragaiarly fram the peetoSc, -whether fce is a as&scribar or not, Ib responsible for the pay. The coarts have added, that refBa- lag to take newspapers and periodicals froa the posteSce, of reaunriag and "" leaving thesa ancaHed for Is prima fade evidence of lateatioaal fraad. PRH.LS OP FASHION. TariatlOBu la childrea's gowns bles ses oat froa time to time, even though 'they are very slight, aad email girls rival their mothers In their ambition to keep sp to date. Soft wool materia make op very prettily la this way. In figured French aasael the collar may be Bade of the case and trimmed with rows of narrow braid or velvet ribbon. Skirts of the small gowns are usually plain, bnt the older girls havo some sort of trimming, either tucks, stitched bands, rallies or velvet folds, stitched on. The long-waisted mode. la which the waist line round down low in front. Is conspicuously evident among the gow...

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. — 26 January 1901

1 :- j.v. TOL. TT. A VERY WEAK PLEA. Slippery Ed. Cooper of The CoL ored American, has again belittled himself, by endeavoring to defend Congressman George H. White, for re maining dumb or silent while the Bar ldgh reapportionment bill was up for discussion in the House of Represent atives. Mr. Cooper who, to all ap pearances, is a stumbling block In the path of the Negro, says that "Con gressman White was unalterably op posed to the infamous reapportion ment bill, which finally passed the House and which so intimately con cerned and effected the citizenship of the Negro of the South, but the steer ing committee prevented Congressman "White from speaking or catching the speakers eye for the reason that he vas unfriendly to the measure." It may be that Congressman White would have experienced a little dlffi calty in catching the Republican speakers eye; but that is no valid ez 06e or reason why he remained per fectly silent and speechless pending the enactment of that measure and by ...

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. — 26 January 1901

: 'if "- .. 4 - fr- v-As-w - t? '' - T"""- - : ,- .. .." .ty.,-'-,.,i.. ,. - - .... .. Vi'.'.,-,., .f-v-Jv - -". ; ."- .5-. - - -"';'',.': -r t - . H YOL. VI. A VERT WEAK PLEA. Slippery Ed. Cooper of The CoL ored American, has again belittled himself, by endeavoring to. defend Congressman George H. WhiU, for re maining dumb or silent while the Bur lslgh reapportionment bill "was up for discussion in the House of Represent atives. Mr. Cooper who, to all ap pearances, is a stumbling block In the path of the Negro, says that "Con gressman White was unalterably op posed to the Infamous reapportion ment bill, which finally passed the House and which so intimately con cerned and effected the citizenship of the Negro of the South, but the steer ing committee prevented Congressman White from speaking or catching the speakers eye for the reason that he tos unfriendly to the measure." It may be that Congressman White ifonld have experienced a little diffi culty in catching the Republican spea...

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. — 26 January 1901

t- S3 & s. ifljj- K-t -v &v B? cat- WE BROAD AX. HIHMVWWWWVMMMMAMWAMIM iWlkwriitUiaa a s8 faMsrtridsTis o ufiopi agy, ew cuan k.usb ec leaser, a fteMTtS ifawnwialnwjiiiltMUUte. I aaeaea .far. Lilfkfttei pokttaowawtfait. Xsl -will am eaecacMaof tbapapos. (tiruea)! &&: SMO Anaoca iras, One i JGXOT8 . SAXLOB. Salter tad Ft&sahta, The vlans of an dectric railroad be tween Soma and Naples are nearly completed. The road -will be 133 miles lose and the service will include a number of fast trains. haafKieftM ksTsTtfifflr a&r. Tha sfeas Ax b aamrsptser vkete wUlfiacm ki bbb4 aneeah far B.ne lllllllllll Ska ....... H The largest and most cumbersome ' -form of money is found in Central Af- rica, where the natives use a cross shaped Ingot of copper ore over ten inches long. It is heavy enough to be a formidable weapon. In the neighborhood of New Buffalo, Mich., gray wolves are raiding sheep pent. One big fellow was run down by dogs and killed the other morning. It is th...

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. — 26 January 1901

aieo Kewara, axes. Tis restore & paper wtu-e -- . Jbt science feas bees able to esTatein gaieaHrateralty. Cstarrn eteflr2S hob1 dUease, .reealrea & aKMiaa?22l glcj directly bp to WodSS2X: tiijunr oaiore s erasr us -work. ThaiSnZ Seton turn, so laae iiita to S. SsLSSl Ball ramUjPlBs are the best. Gettlae AWJ from 27!ekBaxBa. In the future the TJalted States iteamshlp Scindla Is to be known es Ajax. The Scindla, It is aM, ac quired an tmeaviable reputation hy i&t mount of soot and cinders she emitted from her smokestack. The toen on board the Scindla acquired -a disrespect for her and altered her name to the Cinders." A Remedy for tbe Grippe. Physicians recommend KEMP'S BAXr. 8AM for patienta afflicted -with the cHd u it Is especially adapted for the throat tad lunga. Do not wait for the first, symptoms of the -disease, but get a bot tle to-day and keep It on sand for use the moment It is needed. If neglected the pip has a tendency to bring on nneu monla. KEMP'S BALSAM pre...

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