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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 8 June 1901

. "- W H tlAWOWB' tAYIHCW : ''VBkdMiUc EBaaatJaat HPwr pawaajpaa & wSt M,r ling aaav aaai sraaa leMe JBttat Itof wi1 nA jwtliaMj - a mtH fiat de "werid aa ht de gettte bar k fttlMlMttkteMt, aa ae 1 -deeft aaectiy aalrc est wher - imm&aam. Bade Mauialf ieamer af a." aletaas- aewi, be at eaee rofloeta dat !.( Vb aa a' east help k. at h awktsers de sum traits he .-was ate iiiiihiliil t eaee aeiuuw ka tea't like HP had IX la ay peeket at ence agee reaad feesa' da I ewaed as sk:r.l4esHttwke aa'g afaaWC ' adl-hwmnaky. Frea af- jAarhaee'l ehoald say data man atraba'ut j3a Ms peeket weald aH ;ft aagaara to be a dead sere thing. i Ida make eat, dat ae w W punished ia ae werM a. bet it aa aae Jest aa pJa .er -M-'laWa' a has at ceafert t$.daevre Mb te aa' aawiBia' to ta Jbdr cjimaet. fv at want ay lelier aaa to ee- L tee aaaaeea my integrity, it's a te be told dat ye am an aaMons au, tat it aa ateaty Brevekla to ran across a sjwtea pe next day aa have to bang ajftfeya'aaeK arid beef ha...

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. — 15 June 1901

-. gnxsrv !'' ji,j s- vs VOL. "VI. W. H. CLASX AMD UAlIBR. WE SCHWBMM, IKDSAVOBED TO FLM-FLAM ATTOKNgY R. jr. HTTCHBLL OUT OP UBS.. BAR LEY'S SGIT AGAINST THE CTTY. For some ttee past many reports Uve come tons, wbiaa seemed to beer evidence tkat W. H. Clark, -who kas beea employed as jaek of all trades la tie corporatkm. aoaaeel's oak, has been baafly oaqagod la grriag oat the toprfinnlow tkat owing to tke fact be Torks as a sap la tke law department of the city tkat he Is la a position, to settle dawaeo salts against tke city without going lato tke courts; tkat ew iag to kls klgk standing ke Is able to control all or most of tke coats and juries la tkis city aad county. So aacav talk aloag this Use, kas Seated around lately, aad as It seemed to eminate from W. H. Clark, ire made up our mlad to do a little lavesttgai iag for ourselves aad ascertain wheth er or aot tkere -was aay tratk or foun dation to tke many reports, or rum ors which have come to oar ears aad with tkat okiect la...

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. — 15 June 1901

u" fc- 1HE BROAD AX. NMAAMAWNANMWWMM jaaaaal" ?- jf: V ,? ajlv- TaT .. T fit1 pNySF JHftft VHWHMBIp Jt SHtK Th manmtmawaMa a w WW 'ABHB'nl ATBFIXf QCSBafeaMW i '.tinM,liituiNdhte BBBSESmH "1Tam Murray. premise hat ater ahest at Oafcage, says: It te dis- graee to set rich." asd to avoid the a&lraee mr. Hurray iffi aeneei'orth give half tie proceeds of Us business to the peer asd seedy. A- French scientist has discovered that plants are very sensitive to poi ses. The higher plants, as veil as fangi, enable us to detect the preeeace of oopper, mercury and other toxic substances, -which chemical analysis does sot detect. ""KTiatsert of a halo eaght as Alas ka saint to wear? A mission worker tblnks that the frost aad Ice encom paselsg the face asd head of a mlsslon- , ary bishop, -when he appeared to "make -his expected rlslt at Circle City, coa atltated the Had of a halo appropriate to salathood is that region. Telephone poles aad 'vires are held, InXrsegervs. Wisconsin Telephone -C...

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. — 15 June 1901

V 1 V Maurv There is se waaaaei & tte sarttwert vBe ttoteey stasia eat mere areakl ,flr ttaa teas ttat e Kary Ceet rme, famMariy bm as 1aaia- jury;" yet ate is at Keseftt Testates & i feovel at taa etfe a 1 TiUact of Steveasvffle, a tasriat 3 tte amtirts t St Jeaaat, 30. &a m m ate, eood clnrcmetaaaee ttat asfxeae (Ira pevertr aaa a ate la tsrr eM asd proUbly wl at stae ttreast tte reseat year at aatiaritiss will take sotlce I ter ease aa attempt to make dsy tire remalaier 1 tar Ufa, &e is tie most nalra etaracter is Mletl bu. There ia sat a persea ia Galeae a who lived ttere Is tte early ars oC the city wto does set rememter "la tea Mary." Tima waa la the early dtyi wtea ate was a familiar Scare w tie atresia a Gtieeco. ami there ra oae aarttemlar peris wtea ate tu landed a a terelae aai tte wtele dty talked et tar. Ttls -was dorlag the clTll war, wtea ate saved tte life of Colonel Malllfaa, tte Saaeas com mmfier ot tte Hattitaa Brijaae, er the Irlat ssigaie," as It...

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. — 15 June 1901

HlaVMJIErllL&akPrtY. All w sse set leesw. The naa Jorltr are aatisOed with, heteg Teheed. Alt mat idwterolHBswsKT save the seed stalest; terseetry is the seal AX men are set sanest TlMMjtr Xy are sartodod with the nreteaee of life steae -as ef aeaea aad pains, sa state atrip ef eaaeateral If ye wast te keep ea the right aide af the average mother speak veil of JUST Wastes &&y Seme people Imagine that their leve tor axgaiag seriptBre Ss the Sine- I seat like she idea e tsaehlsg a leerefGed. I can't believe that Gods lere has gat a heH attached te it We are aM of seme seeclse we; if we aren't stirring ap she people, -we .are seme ef tfc people getting stirred AS smb. axe set CaristlssB. A big -majority are satteied with bo other aaaliScatioa then belosgteg to the .csareh. There is danger la stretching year Bee beyond the polat yoa are accae tomcd to stepping at A liar mast lean lis salt If mes would strive to see how good they eoald he, instead ef. how rich tsey an get yoa...

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. — 22 June 1901

"P . -i- r j l I - HEW TO THE LINE. vr . .J xr es"r & ? a -rf Jyjyftw s vY " aMHaaaaaaMaaaaaVaaaa1aaataWar y x v1 . . r Hi aaBflaaaaflr aaal aaaa. Av aHiaaamaaaB By ss. . - n??yyr" -- " - p SBaa'.Seaaar vfaavlaaaaa? toaaaaaa . Tmamv " " aaaaaae waaaaw aamaaaarv - j it tr fr VOL. Z. jii-?A,Jt. V. H. CLARK IN THE CLUTCHB8 .OF THE LAW. Sonw time ago we"aald that we fully realised that seae member ef tie firm of Clark, Carter, Walking, Terrell and company, vnM attempt to lake oar We, orafflwJt as, aad la keeping with, this .idea W. H. Clark, who has up to the present bees Has Carter's right hand aaa la all things, has on numeross ooeooionn threatened to do ns bodily bans and at last forebear ance cease te be a vlrtae with as and as we really believed that oar life was. and Is, ia danger, and la accord ance with this idea, wa swere oat a state warraat or tha'arrest of W. B. Clark last IWdnyy aad: the ocer of the law arrested Clark at 12 o'clock the same day. He was charged with disor...

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. — 22 June 1901

V$fv ' tHE BROAD AX. tJataCWmsJC W srapCt? Mfctt TWfMHHMHlS SBBS IdH&Mlir rtStTti miii Mi ma-fa iff mfwm sEssajsram aw snai aim aa aaaBBBwie w'raWwe ira tsars Freight Tates treat Manila to Haas Xeag, a iH stance of only 769 miles, are as ntaeh frem Sua Fraadsoo te Hong Keag, a motaaco of MM. The -abandoned" farms ef Masse eaaoovtc are fast being takes up. Three years age there were 3M fine classed la she stale. A reseat eaameratiea shews taere are aew eat 136. la, Brittany aad tie lower Pyrenees Eaiss are held annually at whieh tie peasant girls asnomble te sen thdr Parislan dealers are the chief purchasing ataay thousand me PfaStpplnes touch closely upon the guttapercha belt, yet the tree does set grow taere iadigoaneaoly, and it is at least very problematical whether it as be cultivated taere. It will not craw ia Cecals; China, likewise near the gutta percha elt,"hecaUBe tae av erage temperature k too low aad tae chaages too sadden. Tae emperor of Morocco has a very pecfuMar B...

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. — 22 June 1901

3 " THE MOST TRA1 TREAT IN 5s la the Hosniata " the Pals of AfffhBt is.ee pet. Perished Btrleafae SftitXafc lbuwt irom Cabas. The nera that as lately ease fcesa Cabnl is aaytaiag sat easoaragias; t tie British ceaaeofoas 3a tas lss4 of the great Aiaasr aa reoalte ax- eTMt vbldi took atese ia that troaatay la 18U-2 and la arafea Sritkh sorters took a liogt wretched part The -wiater of the Tears aaaied -was cruel aaa severe ia the BOBataiaoBe regions of Alghaatetaa. WM4 stoma swept over the seaataias. The deep puses were baafcea with saow aad the streams were teofeee 1a loe: la the bieakneas aad dooolattea of -this awfal winter the -withdrawal from Cabal of tie English fsrees aad deeeadeats was detenaiaed spoa. Akbar Ehaa bad made hljaeelf the military ruler oT the proTiace. Shah Soejah was powerless to aid the soldiers who had restored aim to the threae. The Brit ish Gen. Maaaaghtea aad teea mur dered and his aatSated aosy displayed in the bazars of CabaL The English were dlshearteae...

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 June 1901

ST FOUTtOS AWD HTSTOKY. DMMCracr HiplllMtllM sigfcU. aoH stten. Of oid tSMftim wedetr. -dy we Jsewe only arewdc. - - - ' ne twwr Heerai nSns h neighbor toteitei11apesa. Ia-ttotiw:w fcrnU, (fee otter When r aspect atBappeara, no ones ev mythragvworaiy of touL. Tee frtt scrce BfiiCbw a sr a natfea; tteaoyss attracts. What is pedlic opinion? An echo, lor .every men, of his swi opiate. mva. eeentry where everybody wishes e be somebody v nobody is aaybody. aaw sfceaid K simple aad abort; oae wafts impeded ia toe leag a-rebe. la the midet ef peeHc pertarbatioafl, $he awt sensitive barometer Is mosey. The lei Tights we tad 'hardest to resjal are those ire seed least when 'Wenad sheen. Parties group taonusolves as much by "their inminua dislikes as fey their mu tual aSaiUee. Felttleods often a means of rereaae -wKhoat capital, a professaion without wyyomrtcC88My The socialists ef yesterday, proclaim d tie right to work, those' of to-day the right to rest. We caa jadge of the progress of eHt...

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. — 29 June 1901

JK k V, -A ,$ Sfi -i .. & HEW TO THE LINE. " y &k aaaaSW. .SHBaSw t aaaSISSaaan BaaSfflBhjQSBClL B. HHHHH VB I fcW x LbbbbV mmaBmmar aaaamai Tananaaaaa1 SBBBBnnr ISjF, aaaaV KjbTj" mamamuvX. """psTT9aaaaaaa, vfftvi Baaamaaaamr.eaaflmtepa5fchfcBfaJBP -zmE fn?st?ff'p,a ijimr iBaaaaaaeW i f j .rjPBprwwwf jsssssssssssa . 'Hamaaars.-'" ' " waammamn' snaaammT waBaaamaaaarv VOL. 1. V. H. (3DARK FBQWaaD THH COURT TO RaFRATN FROM SH0OTTNTJ OFF HIS MOUTH . 80 LOUD. Whea W. H. Clark was brought face to face with Justice John a Everett cTaeeday he felt aseomfortable and he was sot la favor of permitting Justice avarett te try his cases for Clark knew thai he had lied on. the Justice aad was fearful that the Judge would soak it to ale. So Clark's cases were traasferea te Justice John Rich ardson and lark coughed ap some sore of the Joag-grees for bonds. Frank I. Chilis whose aead -was chopped off hy Mayor Harrisons little ax a few weeks ago defended Clark, and he thought It was an outrag...

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. — 29 June 1901

THE BROAD AX. fJMMVMM KhiWi. fiotaajaato, fcaaoatte loose, fa: WiklwiM, tuiatiHiiias, Masts, or ear 3aVOasS)083i IlB SMP aa? Sal aSeW SO tOcsC &aliadlTlsaltlMMISI iMUtfllM faHnauQt iHHHV OOOO oe tt4M V? JWiwJ.. I 11 II AIM . SaXLOB, Wtar sad ruUbkaa, The Russian empire is possibly tie greatest contributor to the world's sup ply otter. Kniiclini and Siberian hunt ers destroy annually 3,e9.96e ermines, 16eKtt murmots aad 26,969,999 squirrels. Among the f eatures of Japan's mili tary system k he fact that on the army pay- rolls are 2,999 tailors, 1,099 shoemakers, 19,999 grooms, and 1.599 attendants, says the Washington Tisses. The medical stag Is one of the Best complete ia either Europe or Asia. .All ofmcers holding only tempo rary cemmlssteBed rank are included la. the list ef petty o&cera, Investments la. horseflesh are pro Ywbially uncertain, hat a oity board -of. health foaad an ample retarn for the fifteen dollars expended la the par chase of a horse. The animal -was use...

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. — 29 June 1901

AC s . m-& -- jTPja v --3fc AWHW&?mEt& EFFORT TO CITFJAKDON FOR WAtGHTSK!Be3fcmEKSbN. Bch Up la Wtf tmtM-tttNd to Death. TfM Xmmh by CSS VeKlaley. "- Every coastyvfe If ortk CftreUaa Is la iwpense to fcaew tie ottcoBae of aa tpplicatlsa BOW-i me Ju , q. emor Charles B. Ayeock oj that state for the pario e "WaJgfctstlU ATery Aadersoa, -wio IS years ago was coa rtcted of xaarfier & ssateaeed to be tanged, and slate taea ass been a fugitive from the grasp of the law. It H supposed taat the federal admlala tratloa -wrill exert aa laflaeace la An derson's behalf, fer though braaded u a murderer he has slace showed himself to be a -rateable olttsea, hav ing, during assay ees&sieas, beea ea trusted with oScas ef great reeponal Bility. Tee deed o which Anderson Is charged Is the UlUag ef & aa saaed Ed Horton. near Asasrile, N. x, dur ing a quarrel oTer a salae. That An derson committed the deed Is a fact, he having coafeased to that effect, feci sceordiag to his stor...

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. — 29 June 1901

NSW MOUB0Cb iDEAS. Always inr aahaw loafer eeo etarea before jpfeatheffiag oa. - To prttraat stoves and aretes from wtteg eerie? tfee nMr,wir her- I MM oil to them. The fester et nterooce is raftered by Tarntohlag wtta the watte of a egg. 1 with a sewage. Bases wHS onreafnnnlty revive if efaeed te. hwater always with the fe wf w atoms pr evloaab oat. Bfa a Bttie carbonate of sees, with wtotyad Jt waH preserve newers for aferfcatafct. Common sattpetor ta atoo . vary feed preservative. S&awbeny JWtters Mike a plala fritter batter. add a tabtospooafal of aapar aad a eaart ef herrtos. Fry in eoMiag fat. arala, sprinkle wKh pew 4sred -swear and serve while hot - Ta otoaa onesed braes ornaments, the foUewlngJorauk. is recommend ed: Wash U bet soap aad water aad dry thoroughly. Get a temoa la half itoj wKh It rab tie brass. When It toeks-eleaa, rinse-in -wars water, ary, and thea pettsa weH witb chamois. Chased week should never be cleaned with any kind ef powder. Strawberry Ice Cream ...

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. — 6 July 1901

i-;-' - f' . A; I jv &! ! HEW TO THE LINE. j "' .v- SBi .' - ilr i tMMMM yBr-- arai ' ' - 'C4Si VL ,1 bbbbbbbbbbV BBBBBBBBBvBBBBBBBBBBBBBbT i&BBnBr neWBBBBBBBBma paaBBfBBBBBBBBl bbbbbbbbbbbbbT JELmmmwmwmw Xa"rliJPlrBBBBBBBBBnBBV yJy AJ" m bbbbbbbbbbbbbW . a, 4fvHHBH aaaBBBBBBBBBmW5w BBBBBBBBBBWkM. aBBBBBBBnaHaBBBBBBBBcnr jbbbbbt JamraflBBBBBMapMBBBBBBBBBBBBV. aBBBBBBBBBBBBmaaaBBBBBBBBBfa t mmmmljmmmW inS? sbbbbbbbbbbbbVw . -bbbbbbbbv BBBBBBBBBBBBBBh v. 5 - W. ' VOL. VI. "what is irr The money Question is the most im- portant of all others. The specie baxiaJ system is a, mere trap baited with, something tare and costly la Itself, or made so by .lawexpressly to catch mankind whenever coatdence fails. It Is a vloktioa of the very nature of the tree money. What la the tree money? Itis credit In circolatios represented by popular tokens. Nothing else can be real noney. We prove this beyond all doubt to any jpersoa capabla of rea soning. ThHs: money, like everything else mast be c...

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. — 6 July 1901

Vm BROAD AX. tm at aaajnartiay. MZtnun, tuimtiHiifH KriaaU. jarfeaar jane. .aana xiaaqa j tout have Saair Mr. aJaw.aa-ilMfeT CWHNIMKipHMrtibC' ThaBafAxiaaijaaaaaji aAmaalaVlafta a Wm pwA tail, mot atauah ate sSclat aaecKa taaaao, . -$ wtit hafca - CClHSV9W (Utimi P.gXfLOg,BtaT MdPlWlVW The largest needle maaufaetory la the world is at Reddltch, Worcester shire, Beg. Over TO.f.vWaeedtet are iio there weekly. TaewastR's tutors-angaged by fram ezs often worltwith their papils la the Setae, notably at harvest time aad In the shearing season. . As Italian named Laraaclthla bs invented a. repeating gaa "which, fires nineteen suois without reloading and has all -the advantages of other WfaD OBe. One ton of steel shipping eqnsls fear ef tailing shipping that is to say, a steamer can carry foar tlmta as much cargo any given distance to. a year as a sailing vessel can. A movement lias been started -in. Georgia to .perpetaate the memory of 381 Whitney by converting Into an elte gant coantry cl...

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. — 6 July 1901

BHaflaaaamlaaBBaHBAaaBaaafiPaaKffSLlsBaaflaflBaaaa i - ill f r I r j yxlxu joy x ".' PLAOrt. Or THfclR lJS Entangeawta of -a fep tare Kt the pataa of Htwi. HelTille B. Wygant aa Jeka T. Reaaoad, two sold &&ien e States Iuaad. Tae former cmaer of tae property apoa -which the trsaaare waa fcraad has d&de a detaaaa C W.tte apoa Mr. Wyg&nt AaetaaraaaBaroftaetaa Ily has appeared to &ee$t $2W ter ak claim. Erery jaaU Mags decaaads for gold. Their pot of treaaare baa be come the plague a the discoverers' lives. On this aeeeaat they aare speat anx ious nights state they sprang lato fame. They say that they steod over the treasure 'with aaotgaas, relaforced by bulldogs. Oae of the aalmals, ac cording to Mr. Wygaat. -while per forming bis daEy, wafipoteoaed. ICad of Trcarare. That at least a eoaslderable Tjaaati ty of the predow aetal iad been f oand there can be no doabt Mr. John T. Eedmond told the legend which ac counted for the preeeace of the trea sure. The occapaat e...

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. — 6 July 1901

t"" WITH THE SAOM. 'l-T?c?i!fcJ'f'rlft-JPr ffavAn4WSadUv"J5aaSUr$&a. , "TvWsta fegeta.iar bae mlaae uvy; & STMtMVl MMkttML HjtMiag. mI wtebeut knowledge Ja k ex pedttioa to a nu 1a tie dark. Joar 2twoa. The access e evil iferks ledbt iret bsrf at foed .- Augasttae. Ta apace between a sea's ideal rirf tie man himself Is hie e?portaaity.- Margaret Defend. What yen beep by -you, 70a W) ehenge and mwd; tat werde oaer spoken cm. sever be recalled. Ros- If yoa would be puageat, be brief; far it is with words as with auBbeam the more, they eoadeased tie deepet they bara. Soetbey. A .good mea aad a wise maa but at times be aagry with the world, a! tines grieved far it; bat be rare bc maa was ever diseoateated with the world "who did his duty ia it. Southey The beet rules to form a yoaag men are, to talk little, to bear mack, to re feet aloae apoa what has passed lr eoaapany; to distraet one's own. oein leas, aad value others that deserve it Sir William Temple. Let aa be sliest as to...

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. — 13 July 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. — 13 July 1901

- E- u I &&i s. 'iiyfc-A- rHE BROAD AX KuSSl tBBttt ijSfc MtrrniSil" igissaftsfcsaug HM piMltf I f-f " m,mtmmiwm iihr-51 mmmjsPe Vmmmmp lWwW mmmm" i (TiiiTC tomeauriaaearlyave feet front tip to tip ef tfeelr -triads lore been leund la eave Bear Taaga. la Seat AfrJes, Mm, eu BarrySs aeteL la tie Ave- ww de Farie, at Versailiee, is about to fee se& Louis XVIIi turned tie palace tat stables fer many- years past it -Jms been disused. India is rapidly heeemlng aa Impor tant factor la the ceal market. The output last year "was aearly 48 per ceat la excess ef that of the year before, ' aad a still farther increase -will be seen -this year. Exportation of coal from In 'dtev b already began. The coal is .found over "wide areas. ' Orer W,9W acres of unoccupied lands ia Nebraska, Wyoming and Kansas "were disposed of during one week re- iceatly, tie largest rnnouat la. aay oae week la tie bistory ef tie laad depart .meat Tie majority ef sales 'were to JJaakards, vie attended tie coa...

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. — 13 July 1901

3 t ii trmv )- --.-,. a - - 4? "u aaiiiar , gba'a Mm total valae, $KJ, aad tkere Ja a ssaait slmiaaoc. ike rias-tall sceeies with as aeaormally devoleexd hu of namor wko is directly reseclk4e tor tke ta chief, yet wke woadera daily at tSe seddea m!mm rktek kae sprang sp fcetweea kis master aad afaaseU. Ae sordins ts tke atery teld fey tke ag grieved owner, lie keegkt yoaag simian MijtjW oinldrea, aad for a few weeks tie relations Between all parties -were amksakfe. Tkea, as ike spring drew algk, tie tastily moved to taelx eoaatry kerne, takiag Sim with them. Akoat a week ago tke family came iato town to stead Saaday, aad then the saectlea. as to wkat disposi tion to sake tie monkey daring their absesct ease aa. It was Anally decided to tetker aim, to Us kex in tie kitchea, and leave kirn with eaoogk food aad water ta met aattl tketr re torn. Monday moraine tke family ar rived, aad west to cee kow Ska bad fared. It did set take tkesa leas to find oat Tke dining room looked Uke It had...

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