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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 4 May 1901

M l I. rgr . s fr MfcT HOUSEFURNJSHINOS. A sew fashion is to hang a w. long Mirror, as loss as the sofa itself, di rectly over'the sofa. t kmjjerm-soa,.'Mahoganyof good &e- - .' K tMnyly covered .is -mack better Reps, the old-time favorite.. again f A c4Bittrto:tke fore l tiehottEe fr-' Blshlag. world,, and' In red aad golden- : brown 'ig aa-ch Hked for portieres. . , jHdkn ved; "with a paler red for the , t , ceiling, gives most saccessfal results p, , ""jaa a wall covering for a living room or library... This, shade mar he had 1b v -either cartridge paper or burlaps. "' -:' Dimity caTtafaa on brass rods, reach- '- -tt&ttom the top df the window to the 'edgaof-'lae sill, are the approved via- j dbir JtaagiBes for a: colonial hall. Cot- JlHrSreSk osier draperies are most 1 esurtUitwita the other farinUhSss, Wt'ti6 light aad add much to the attractiVenefia. '" - JfcTied. leather Is the newest color tone . ' n(r th seat-coverings of dining-room tar library chairs. This has bee...

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. — 11 May 1901

s? ,;? fot ii i if Jmm - " a)anV&mamamamamaa?t Xmamamamamamaw. ama mammEKrEHB9r mamamamaK 'fHk mPamammmmaw Hp )H iammaaX. Lmamn mmamammF nwBBIamama aLLmmal lBmammr 5iavamamv'Ki,3!ma7: LmflnvS. mamamamamamamamammmW' mmmvv immmay-i M IKr tritKmSK ruK iZ.i- J'lmammJ3mmnvf mamamnws. VOL. YI. : CHICAGO, MMT 11, 1901. . KX 2$. TliE CONDITIONS O?, THE RECON STKUUT1UN ?.KOBLiEH. B7 Hilary A. Herbert IV. it is strange that. Inasmuch as the country was yet te pass upon the r.iuslion, Mr. Johnson, is his message in December, 1895, and elsewhere la Us many public utterances, should not hare appealed earnestly for sap port to the memory of his predecessor, the author of the plan he was pursu ing. On the contrary, prompted pro bably by egotkm, he always spoke of the policy as his own. It has been said that Mr. Lincoln's Southern birth and association witk Sonthem men naturally Inclined him against Negro suffrage. Johnson was not only born in the South, but had always lived there. The "views o...

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. — 11 May 1901

Xnc aat At jm takfe TMT BMe, illtfl'IPMtp , apewder tor the et. Itmakes tight ee.w Sbet feel Bur. Ckm Carat, "BaaJoaa, BwaMo, Hot aad IwiHlm Feet At fU Druggists aad An Matae, Xe. aainple seat FK9B. Address A a. feasted. LeSey. N.Y. :. The gawfc r at awcMwery to a arat rate tafltattek ef the growth and ex piwslim ef Iwlncne. All factories mak 3ag mstrhhmry are aew crowded with erders. PERIODS OF PAIN, How Three Women Found Uelief. 9 Tgffi wSJfH& I TFaHe no woman k entirely free from penoaieal suffering, it does not seem to have been the plan of nature that woman should suffer so severely. X-ydi& 32. Piakham's Vegetable Compound is the most thorough female regu lator known to medical science. It relieves the condition which produces so xaeoh. discomfort and robs menstruation of its terrors. The three letters here published should encourage every woman who suffers : ' Aug. 8, 1898. TWlv-Vu Pmuiv T dm suffered since the age of sixteen with. paiafnl menstruation. I have 'been tr...

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. — 11 May 1901

ft QUAINTJ . tUITPOLO THE. PRESENT BULEB OP BAVARIA. la Tact "Wis "Hay . Beecn&a Staff -Bat In ,,-ud BU JBsailet Blrthday Tfca sjOest of Enropea The recent cdeDratloa ei tie tk yjthday of Princd LattpeH, ot Ba ria, has ser?ed to call attattoa to e of the least kaowa, yet ablest, of ggropcan monarch. "WMle sot a Kiag 3 8ine. Lultpold la sack la fait, per tojalng the duties -of sorereiga as re pnt or Oils lasaae- ssf&evr. King Qga Additional Jsportaace attaches to his person Just sow, from t&e fact jjt the King Js very 111 and cannot fgrriTe another moath, according to jjs doctors. When he dies lultpold Tin be actually King of S&rarla and while his responsibilities will fee in so yjse enlarged it nrfll Siva liia a laore j-aal standing among the royal heads of Europe. With the exception ot Christian, of Denmark, he -will be, If ie feecomes King, the oldest raler in Earope. Laltpold is one of the remarkable sea of the old world and Js said to be tie most popular prince i...

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. — 11 May 1901

7 Ik fcaP 4.. faftfta- - ' "j B lTS.HH-0qHY., J DnVMrta yew seagaher while fee k a sght fewa yeu. aaW ww te to r V swtet a4;ae sees to here bees srdby tsgJrJis, pa. A rsHgjen that carries death tothe heathen fc sot the kind Christ te4d hk Moetsles to preach. That a. ItttJe .mm. made oat of a mmt. cub think Jest a little bit, k a wesderfal thing! CtvIHsatk improves atewly, beoaase she average hsmaa head k too soft to receive and retain tie truth. XH it comfort tie heart-fcrokea tiat Terr often a pathway of thorns leads tetheir neighbor's early apple tree. The bu wis can eonaaer yoar po Jttkprejetficete greater than the eld masters who taught yea superstition. There ie Vttle hepe for tie man who er grieves erer tie sad eoadiuoa tie peer. He k neither useful oa ser oraameatal la heaves. r' AH -we knew aad caa same, -we call stature; aad all ire doat know about satare we call God. God k tiea tie. esbstance ef all tie unknowable things we, weald Hke to knew. We admire a whole lot ef grea...

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. — 18 May 1901

- Jf1 . . - . a VOL. YI; CAPTAIN H. a CAETmKtfHJ GANG OF BLACXGJFJatDB AXE At the time we senaiDrlgat cm Capt M. C. Carter aad Us gus of despicable villains; we fuHy realised that we had as uphill Job before as; tut if we adhered to the truth some ese of Captala Carter's gaag might eboot or stab bs to death, at say Md ate of the night er day; that they ire like cats which "have aine lives; that they are all perfectly wilting to resort to any mean, low, contemptible trick in order to prevent as from ex posing their rascality, and la accerd- asce with their dark-lantern methods J Captain Carter and bis gang ef purified angels were instrumental in having i warrant sworn est tor oar arrest, rtlch charged as wRb, "bfeckeaing the memory of the dead," l&e warrant ins issued from Justice Underwood's court and Jefferson, who 1b Justice TjBdenrood's clerk and who is oae of W. H. Clark's great creates, drew up the complaint. The omeer of the law M net servo the warrant oa as aatil Friday m...

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. — 18 May 1901

USE BROAD AX nrwwsiiwM y.THLQg.lttli.1 nirnMtiliW, vi Cnvcfatten Ktaeker, a Swtos gala M BeekjrwoaitalBS, has a reeord at m mountain, ascents without aa s msnt to himself or bfa party. 4Ghfa BaC&le fa the same sanguine Pitte sit? that was bragging & .few ftb ago that Its fair should be Teal? wnea the opening day arrived. It to too seen to teU -whether the WeOia the ike ef the page whkb. - sevana! metrfpsilta telly newspapers making to merely aa advertising fc5HKS!NI.t or tie beginning of aa faaportsn permancat change. The dally newspapers are. aach. too large; they absorb eo much time aa to leave 3tl tor mere serious reading. o-ommob o nraooo-omoo Sweden aad. Norway both -beast sev al bases fer-unmarried women. One uC these wa endowed sore than 999 3;ar5 ago by a. man who left the balk of ate fortune to his spinster descand ' ants. The home fa managed by sal aried trustees, 'and tie unmarried woman who ean provakinsMp to the mender fa -entitled to a boae there, hi tbe se ari...

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. — 18 May 1901

9 H3IiBA23WY. ?k'" Ck Carb ' When &eary Ibsea was In Jik teeas aa took up the study ef meeselae aad read for examination in Christiaala. ?a the course of his stady he read "Sal last," and the character of Cattaliae so took his fancy that he wrote a little pay. Introducing him. It was so suc cessful from a literary staadpoiat that tbe young author's life current was changed at once. FRAGRANT BH3CR4YEA1 . jJOAfPOHT rORUIDAILK PUEET OF Bi BATTUESHlPa BUILT. Itroe tales wbt amaa at Waima Oiav 4a,ta lead of yeaer- aaaSnaseeta aaaaaaaaaBaBBWaaam . SMacaaj BwaaaaaBBEavcaaB Tlwr anatiiaa ' ffwitHll- - 11lT. . V(a 'arnn arbo ka.va kav oobo veeiuy at saw ia vaeat, tepocaa at wHb tae Bqwdroa rW9 a CareaMp i MmaBaavaOH BBjlWlW.MHIt IRSSKSl aawa Ba,Be-BBai a av--i a tsxififmJ omi auHauiuB aa to rcaacea nuvsv ntes oaa ted oa appUetkm to tbe Sapccatieejlaai ac lmlfrUoo. OmorteaeBt laterler. dtwva, Cuaae. or to a J. Brovaakm. am Moaatoortt r-.'TTrr Tf T HitTmfle. Btnsn H. "J8g 3re"adtlB&UBa...

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. — 18 May 1901

Srra f5i B - , :t 3E jrs" - tS re it '-".-' tia-.i rvmwHii f rAmwni, ; vfaiate f att-ovsr aeaentataaai aUBMBi aWfavaV nan 'jM iC WIS HW b front S dsejMrto breadea the fc toesteerosure aot pofttft she top. Bat severed ate ontsraly TsJfh loww ate becctotoevte meet woasen. aad at touch to fashion. The inalta alcirt tor the eomtog sorter abjHM aot be ever three iaehes frpm tie ground la length. The Janice Meredith earl gives a. girl a Jactioity untidy appearance, cspoal a$y when that style of eettare to wera to the street -Om of the new Sdeed to spring mSH "aeey to to aomhtao straw sraM wJOl the totter hplag totredaeed lato lie Sckte far aftoraooa wear are made f velvet, toner, sad peeu de sale, bat yri&t aot eg grenadtoe. -Among the meet attractive material saw appoariag la tie sear summer ajewae to etemhray to plain aad fancy : v trOfS 4H&J -&X& JbW9bC1S6S , This isUheseaessi wlest'one grows fired -af eae's winter aewna aad be aaaMB anxtous tor spring au&s with Kgh...

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. — 25 May 1901

"f ,-- cy J&z 3 "" rSflBsnsasaBaBaS-aaBV jr'r -- jif - . f. --- ' S " - .-'" ""' iff J - bswsBhsBhsVHsBhsBhsBhsBhsBhsBhsBhsBhss &KflHssssssssssBnw. BsssssssssssstthJh BHbbsssssbbsssssssssVb jbBhsY jaBHtiBgHBsSBsssssssssssssV BHBsssssssssssssssfiMflHssssssssssVB f JB""PMHsssY unktkjiK BHsssssssssssssnt. W sbssssBK 1 BHbsbssssssssssVhw W -- 1 ' ! JajSfL HEW TO TRIE LINE. voir. va. J, CAPT. H. C. CARTER AND HIS UN GODLY CROWD OF (JUT THROATS ARE STILL AF TER US BUT THE BROAD -X IS STILL IN THE RING. Up to Wednesday afternoon- Bothlnc new devefopel la oar "libel salt except that a little' Wrd traced Capt Carter and several other riag-leeders of bis gang of Wood-thirsty kyMrd con spirators to a neese oa La Salle street, near 28th street. ywhere they farther concocted their plan or scheme of get ting as la jail. before -we had. the time to get out aaother issue of The Broad Ax, far the hut issue of The Bread Ax set every naenbef of Cam -whole sang: of hydra-headed Impostors on fir...

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. — 25 May 1901

.- - fci. . . nr- :: tm BROAD AX. & Ub nt nfl Mil m TBTrTi Itm 'JT& li awed, eaeaeti Jar ttntewnlrft .jjaaal'iyAmiluMwi HS-kara -' MfitM aMe at mm iledraaeajf WHWMIWWIIIHH1 . .!, nhimtMimi in kteixOwias ot Chkagalasald te aa fee sly wseaen la the world who dees xagakr yeJice duty. Bvery kusbaad ana tastily thai this hi laeorrect. JLecordtas to recast Tagulstloa, 990 la tke askeole of Saxony -will 'hereafter be repaired to commit to rn wsory 291' Biblleal verses aid 198 tones C hymns in addkSea "to" tke r a .a Aa Ohio speculator tainted when he saw tkat stacks la which lie was In terested -were going dews, aad when he seme te ke found that lie "wis many 'tkeasaads df dollars richer tkaa -when kelestraascfoaeBess. Yet a few years treat ser be -will tell kkrirraBdchUd .rea tkat he made Ms money by econ , 87rlQdwrtrr, aad tie exercise of his saaerior alaTIty. A ' . Exercise cannot witk Impunity be neglected, aad should be takea reg akxiy aad la .moderation. -Vost wot -. asem. wo...

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. — 25 May 1901

VM In our coastry afcvre tfce ftttew Ins. sas m 0n4ev Saaerar The highest mouataia la North Aiaerica. popocaiaye". o aeopwst mae la the orld. Valesca,- ttaerlcaft vela la the world, and tie Me wfafcfc as yielded tie most stiver, that of the mountain of Gaaasjaafe; the aost ex tensive and woaderfal eaves, those of Cacahuamllpa asL Villa Garcia; the oldest city to the Aiaericas, I oraerly Tollan. now Tola; the oldest eoauser dal house in Aaeriea, the hook stare of Abadano, founded a years ago; tie dty in which priaaap -was first estab lished In the sew world, Mexico, la 1533; the sanctaary awst venerated la which only may he eospared that of Lourdes in Praaoe; the peeple, "whose tongue, like that of .the Basques, can not be classlAed amoag aay ef the continent, the Seri; the capital, with a Signer altitade thaa the other cities of its country. Mexico; "the biggest known tree, the "Santa Maria del Tnle" in Oaxaca;: tie meet recently created volcano, JeraHc;- Baally, the rnler now la po...

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. — 25 May 1901

'' -Sfe.'- " J - - ' ' AT MJNCHEON AND i)WNl?R. Dtr prip IMWe aa et feed. Do aot asaetkate or swallew aafrly. Do pet etapty every, drep- of-eeap reaa yejer plate. De Mt driak year acme Iron ike De. ,t, erasable tae bread by year id -ec -tosia yew aaea 'tethe-1aet De. set pBe year plate -with Tood, or grasfVyear kalfe, fork r seeea as It it were aVivaapea ef -warfare. , After eating it Is well before yea. drink to triee year lies, otherwise yoa leave -a smeary mark ea the glass. .Do act be dalaty aad triage year plate wHii hits of meat; 6ajt what yoa jma, aaa. pat aay skia or eeae oa the edge of ydar plate in eae little limp, whtehyoTS. gewa from the edge when yd aare finished. Kr tea. set aee a deeeert kalfe &otoad at the fish kalfe; if there be j& fih-kake, ase a aaiall erasi ef your mad. bat leive that pieee of crast ea efer,pje,tto. jJo aet eat it afterwards, as so jaaajr people do. De net put ealt er jepper ea the side of yoar Seep plate la tact, ia France Mts bad forai ...

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. — 1 June 1901

-rf :l " aAxeflBaav BaMfe: i PBKHHKJ - ifir - 4 Ja 13 HEW TO THE LINE. mHv yBBK I sVBh . sVBh. EaeVZflF aaBBBBnv NflEfli IB ' SMy , - 3Bmmmmmv flaife?T r sVBsV. VOL. VT. KU KLTJXS IN CHICAGO. One more week has rolled around and so far Ham Carter aad his gang of Ku Kluxs have set succeeded in killing us nor in driving Ba out ef town, air though many of oht fast friends have warned us to be careful and watchful that Carter and' hk gang of Ku Kluxs and vampires are determined to end oar existence some way or other; that they are and have been scouring the city from one end to the other in order to find some tough thug, who has the nerve to redden his hands in our blood. Fully realizing that our life is in daa ofger, that some member of Carter's gang of cowards and Ku Klaxs are liable at any moment to shoot us down in cold blood, or car$e us up with a razor, never theless, we will not recede from telling the truth and Carter, nor all his imps or hosts of hell, cannot drive us out of Chi...

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. — 1 June 1901

THE BROAD AX. iwwmwwwwwxw at flasn eerier, bat finun, aa. b THgaae juaeer, ini iifirmsii rumt Lt M JVOptC SB EMBUBHHqT MUI8 TfcaBwad srhaiieaMpereaeplsstersi for as, m rich to apeak its cm salad. fci wymlBtWaa wis bats t1 rittMMIKMWK aSTsaes)! Tsas.. MM Ixxont inm, .TAiXOR,WJtee The state leetefaOares have been di tWIkj t&e respective states Into con greaslemal districts. The law under which they are acting calls far dis tricts made of contiguous 'and com pact territory, asd containing as near ly as practicable an equal number of inhabitants. The legislatures should, la fair play, lire up to the spirit of this law, even if the ways of enforc ing Its letter are shrouded in some uncertainty. Fully 1,266 acres In the Pecos valley, south from Boswell to Barstow, Tex., s'Qlstance of 170 miles, will be planted this year to cantaloupes, with an es timated yield of 1,000 carloads of the melons, or something less than a car load to the acre. The crop will be shipped direct to Chicago, an...

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. — 1 June 1901

7TT0 Loaioa ar9&&fjfer s4 -jj. englMflre asuac wtad$ere Ztfj. Theyfcsedaeckfor?lW d slsned ll wlUl aae a nuta Uo had a We b&fcaee In hi feaad. ffl Grainser "aaiB" to resesa&e tie person whose same ira being wed gsd, waiting vatll the man had gome grt to luncheoa. stepped lato his oftce into the telephone box. At the uae minute Bice appeared at the baai jsd presented the check. He said he yjs a new cleric of the man whose gjBfl -was on the cheek. but the cashlsr refused to glTe the aoaey to him ua- tH he was IdeatlSed. Bice saidthat Us employer wanted the money right troy and suggested that he be called op by telephone at his office. This vts done and Grainger, at the other gad, answered the telephone bell and gild, of course, that the check was an rijht and "please hurry and glTe the Baa the money." Then he left the ofice without It being dlscorered that fee was not the proprietor of the place ini, meeting Bice, the two divided the Boney and made off. Both were sob t...

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. — 1 June 1901

BfJ&Qf INFORMATIQN. Fsaadwkhes try beHag the bread Is oe-pend bakiag powder case. This wMl predaee dainty Use. Ia California parties entitled to do Be -say set aside a hes&eetead sot to exceed la valae the sam of $5,999. The aaaafaot--re ef carbon for see is electric lighting and for other par poses has grown to be a great indus try la the West Virginia-gas belt. Kamwn la to revolatkmlse her treat Beat of the insane. Instead of crowd las the patients together into one Im mense buiMlng, they will be placed in cottages similar to private homes. WraageU Island or tract la the Arc tic is north of the eastern extremity of the Asiatic coast, Intersected by the aerldlaa of 186 degrees east longitude. It was discoTered in 1867 by Captain Long of the United States and named after the Rassiaa explorer. Baron Ton WraageU 1796-1870), who sought to reach it There are no exact figures of the population of Manila, P. L, at this time. It Is estimated at about 170,000, not including American...

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. — 8 June 1901

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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. — 8 June 1901

Tfffi BfcOAD AX. MHMiMtiM Wtt J,5fltt eee UK The repartee ys tbafcofwhea It is everlaetasgly tea late to work off may sere you a frlesu. Sad would It bare bees Indeed had the 'vast falls aad eat down Klag Sdward before' hehad had aa. opportunity to -celebrate Ms first semi-annual blrth- -aay. - Bald a shrewd mlalrter before the cellecUoa was takes, up: "Those who "are la debt aeed sot place anything Jes the ptete," The collectlda "was 'aeuale the asaal amount " Hiss Josephine Bowes Holman, an Indianapolis girl who is to marry Mar-. 'ceai, Is herself aa enthusiastic labora- - lory worker and has devoted a great deal of her attention la that line of electricity, v Dr. John W. Hoffman, professor -of . Agriculture (a the Florida State Indus trlal College, is oae of the most acted negro scientists -la the world. He has Jest bees elected a member of theMas saahasetts Hortlcaltaral Society, aad also beloags to the Royal Agricultural Society of Eaglaad and many other similar organisation. W...

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. — 8 June 1901

- S-JT-S-TK ',. " 'J..','.,. LUGE ri&v' vhp-' ' OiCIDSNTS OP m POWER FOR OOOP QfeifcVlu jfh-JZSSg zbtt-: A V Bre arrtas lMf ta Taroas tw Peculiar stories eeraoas whese ca rters have te eattreiy ithntpj tfca result at eegsriawry aahatatteas are eccasloaaliy aa amiom wKheat jEdaclns great ' krtsctset. A kiss that fought a iuit ii waa resorted from tl vest last week. A yeaag f sUew drifted into a mftalag tawa la Wyom ing without aqeay la the werld,-aad to hungry that, after andlag e op portunity to get work iwrnoamtely. ha asked some mea who were driaklag In a saloon for tab price ot a meal, of fering la retara to do aaythlag they thouia require la jeymeat The sea, being somewhat feader the iataenee of Ugnor, gave tie mm. a half & dollar and deaumied that he afeeald walk ever to tie betel aad. Idee tie daughter of a wealthy eastern mlae owner who sad arrived-late wa that morning with lis lamlly to leek after seme yreerty The starvlas stranger -walked ap to tie girl, who was aHt...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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