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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 4 January 1902

. . a. -4 : V "g!yr .' T prima donka Hays the fart OF A FAHW AOMIOTHCfL Cescxos IeairMfikkfifttea4 wist the Valea itac Varesi of . A i 111 at Mi' pobsb &m There are sasse Ufctegs feeUsetaaa to be bora triik TattTBr a$eea te oae'a month. One of tfeesa Is "to be feora with a great gift ut&'tMm, Jest at tie rigkt moment, to bare afalrjsodaotaerap- npar. In this story -Baaa Darca of Los Aa jeies Is the geoa little girl and Calve capridoas, captivatiag, -quick-poised Calre is tie fairy-godmother, and Hans Christlas Anderses couldn't 4a anything better if he tried. The Darcaas'are poor, bat Edna lias a voice, aad Mae, Calve Jiaa promised to see that she has a latere. In other words. Calve Is to do for the child -what the parents woald glad- Kmm Calre. iy do for bar If they could have her voice tralaed by the best masters and fit her for the operatic stage. More than this. Calve herself -frill take her for a time under her own, tuition. Did any princess In a fairy hook, or ont of o...

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. — 4 January 1902

y K a r i -. C r-?- - fsrv- 71 J . - ('-- iv ' fcfr" J i i' & . 5f v. . V 4Sfft PAM f TKE'AOEB. a Tigorwtt eM ef Magliciratoeipaay. irl4. la 11M, raea U7. walked 14 sites. CeL George Ferklas ef. Nonrtck. Ct. -whe aHea IS years age, aged 2M, aaae a araotlee of waBrJag foar aHes a day aatil arttaia a few years e Us aeata. Pater Meetaaee, ttbo died la Marcia, la 1?, aed 199, bathed la tie river Segwra every Roraiaf freea the fee gtentag ef seriag aatll the stream Ireee. Sagy Horrte. wee reeeatly died aear Farfcerstears, W. Yau, at tie age of 113, fcal aa te'two years arevtoas to her death, -walked 39 sties to towa aad teok, aae-day la each 'week. Mary Wilktasoa of Yorkshire. Eag- Uad, wko la 1788 died at 199. walked to Xoadofi waea she -was past 99. The aHet&ace wasv299 miles. She made it ' 1b -five days aad three hoars. The. great age of Appokmlus, a Pyth .agereaa philosopher, alleged to have eea 139, -was attrlbated to the (act that fraaa yoath he never drank -wtoe. ate meat,...

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 January 1902

' .v J" --y.--. 5 r nkiVff bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbsbbbbbi ausssi reuBasavCfesW .bbbbbbbbbw v0eyg'T!S'!' LsBBBBsnsiB vriiryZl. J7 4 m eBaasaBBBBBBBaL laB 1 Asi. . bbbbbbbv x. 'vOs! vr VOL. Til. THE..ANDREW JACKSON BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION. Wednesday. Jan. 8, the admirers and the followers of Andrew Jackson In many sections of tie country mingled together for the purpose of paying" homage unto him and to debate upon his hrave and heroic acts and deeds, but none of the speakers at the ban qaets which were held In honor of his memory throughout the land, and at the Sherman house In this city, so far as we know, Teferred to the fact that Andrew Jackson, though a "rock ribbed" Democrat, -was the first per son in the United States to confer the title of Major upon a Negro. Many of the able and brilliant drators on that occasion Tery vividly portrayed to their hearers the actions of Gen. Jackson at the battle of New Orleans, but It can be truthfully said that not one of the learned orators whose elo ...

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 January 1902

v ft r Pt WE BROAD AX. MWWMWMWWMAAAAAAAAA WliiMiUiti -4 riitf towMMtty feat fioun ef Later. la. Priaeta. a tif 'utitf&sr IJMnlil lilrirTrT - Tamil iiiinmrntlnn wflt kn JCaaaa aaaUa of . Mniw)i fiMMMHWWMMH HIM iaWT.tAniOK.iUte aaaPaWiW That submarine boat acts tst ; IHCB "Ske"'SpaalA cruiser. Edward's crown -will have 3,000 jew ela Haltthat number -ef hairs weald, suit aim better. Argentina 'will' apparently swallow a isamcieat 'does of that Chile sauce to. see what It tastes like. Lord Kitchener Is sensitive abest his same. A kitchener ay any other would smell as sweet te Botha. Minneapolis Times: The Filipinos are a pretty bad lot, bat give thr school -teacher a little more time. There isa't any doubt that Graver Cleveland's goat will discourage woald-be presidents from growing very stoat. Schley has declined an offer to lec ture. Whether the verdict was just or -.not, he will now be dearer to the American people than ever. A senun for tetanus has been dis covered. It Is said. ...

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 January 1902

yiSES TOTO& lOSN. I ,OHN D- R0CKEFELLERsmTELt8 OF THEROAD TO SUOCESS. f tbe Richest, IndlTMiaU la tbe. H wwid Talis of tha Triads f hj, Own life How He W.s CeaTlsced j Weakness of eUa 'llttfcods. Before a large namber of yonng aea, ju of them inenjbers of kfa Bible jjjgj in New York, John D. RockefeJ. W, Jr- delivered a short address oh portunlty." In an earnest sanner jj expressed the belief that mere jjjjjce has little to do la shaping: the krtBBe9 of men, aad that opportunity ffB6t be sought. Be based his remarks oa the promise HTea in Matt vll, 7: "Ask, and It be given yoseelc,sand ye shall gad; knock, and It shall be opened bbU) you." ' -It often happens, said Mr. Rocke feBer, "that a yosng man In all ear BStness says, 'I want to do something for myself, somethinc for my friends, sooething for my family and some thing for my God aad falls to do any thing Then he sighs and believes that opportunity has never offered itself to him. "I suppose that it often happens that men ar...

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 January 1902

f&y T7 S . f i: '? a ! r ire . ' Ee4wKa4e Ctethes 1b Ootaasa. Leoiea tailors wake a fortsae 1h XI Yerk erery BpriB aad fait They mb4 tkeir rertatives oref tram Lewtea aa4 tie tetter pat ? at the feeetfcotete te New Tork City aaa take IsBBBeraMe orders for salts of cl&taes from the yoaager Hesafeers of the swell cHib wbe caBnet go aver aad -wao desire to owa Baglteb ckHaae -risk tie Eagtisk mark ia the Beck of the coat. A .GrMt German Historian. Prof. M&mawea, the great atetoriaa. was 84 years old ob iN'or. 3. It is. Wore than arty years since he was ap--palated professor of Jartepra'desce at IeiBlgr aad at the Universities of Zurich aad Breslau he held proressioa al Chairs until 1858. whea he west to Berlin as professor aaoleat history. He -was at oae tlBae'a member of the ohaabcr of depatles of Prussia, Grare of Old Blackbird. Old Blsckblrd's grave la Nebraska Is to be aarked with a suitable aaonu uent to replace the rotted pole which " riow calls the traveler's atteatl...

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 January 1902

ri Zf" ': I :: v, - ?'&. ' F. S, W m . J I : - . wv r' -v - " -'- .v . - . . . "- J f -- f . ' , .-v-i . .-. -..' - r-- i-Jei -- . ,-jB '"""Ibbbbbbbbbbbbbsw "V MWJrWrf sB ..bibbbbbbbbbbb"b"'E I 7 VTOmlHtl tmY dtsT m a -' nsL ......Hf H IibbsbbX. bbbbbV 3buibbbb7 FHHknH JMJV HEW TO THE LINE. YOL. m CHICAGO, JASllrABT 18, 1902. NO. 13. TARIFF FACTS, For some fifty years "Baglasd's im ports have exceeded her exports, often in sums of over fire hundred million dollars per year. Tie same is true In proportion as to Holland and Belgium. And these three nations nave grown constantly richer. From 1850 to 1800 oar manufacture flourished as never before and In creased over eighteen thousand in number, while we over-Imported. From 1870 to 188 we over-exportec and our factories increased only seven teen hundred, while there was the greatest panic and Breaking up of fac tories ever known. We now boast of our over-exports. We are exporting our permanent re sources, such as coal, metals, timbe...

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 January 1902

tfHE BROAD AX. i WZaaXT. jHMUVMVMVWVWAAW -9fM pnaaalgnU es at B tbMaaf&eMta i x iieiuwriy. en rnn . KlUW AC la.B9T, M , Hones. Kepaoiteaaa, rw, asre iaer ear, Wrnail lr ! THiBinir . - - - r. m- - . . esaatb for ail. rrw wrnm cm -rifh to apeak tta w Jad. j$S w fcera iMhUiii aUeef&e paper. , (ttfUMll BXIOg f. Ti.TJg,BtaT eat PaWrtian ' It looks as if the. old Yale spirit had got into the Harvard jug. ?Kng"Edward -will be crowned June .26 If his millinery Is. sent home In time, Anarchy Is about to take Its place 'where it belongs at the head of the list' ot crimes. A 20-foot giraffe in Greater New York has obligingly absorbed the vis ible supply ot influenza. One-eighth ot the British empfre's population are of British descent; the remainder are ascending. The politician may always be relied npon to reflect popular opinion with prompt, unerring accuracy. Hate a blg-sonled man and -be will 1 forget It; despise him and he will re member it to his dying day. Gen. Lew Wallace expec...

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 January 1902

I- mWM-MMmMMMftMMM.MWS t ' Only Musk Ox Alive in CaLptiviiy I t fiii lHjr coT-gJBL&oaryaH. JjJFIr2 After an eventful journey, extend ing orer land and sea, Miss Olive Jones, a native of the arctic regions, arrived In Chicago recently. Olive came In a cage, and before the chris tening, which took place in Topeka, Kas.. was only a plain, shaggy-coated muskox without title or name. The arrival of Miss Jones was heralded ij the boom of cannon and a rousing re ception because Olive is the only one of the muskox family that ever reached the United States alive. Miss Jones was4 captured In' the far north by Captain H. H. Bodfish of Vineyard Haven. Mass. It was placed aboard a whaMng schooner, and after NEW ENGLISH STAMPS With the new year In Britain begins the Issue of the stamps of he new reign. The penny (two cent), which will become the most familiar. Is a bright red, the authorities having gone back to the old color, i King Edward VIL's head takes the place of Vic toria's, whose 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. — 18 January 1902

; - ;fe- .' t? - j . r tp x- &. -5 i v .. ' .v ? :"r . a- JTi lfc rs- , .. CHIPS. The HooordwKrf tate' city toer sot miss It-mob. wfeea it says' tkattte several aastiret Negre DeseocrataS re ceived greater oeasMeratSos at tiw beads of the Deasocratlc party than tie -. HsfmbUcaas do at the Baads of the RepaWiea party. It is very straiwje that after fcettlag aH the oboke. offices ay eaas of the Negre votes that the party seems se baci w&ra aboat ooasiieriBg the colored voter. The Freeman, IadlaoapsllSj Iai. NotwithstaadlHg the above faeU jaet afore each election The Freeman Is the very first aewspaper to raad overy Negro who asserts his manhood aaa jwilltlcal ladipeadeace as a traitor tb his race, If he refuses to shout or vote for the G, O. Lily "White Party of God and boodle. M irtdeiy benevea in Maryiaaa that 'a horse has the power of scelsg , BELIEF3 ABOUT ANIMALS. To kill a spider oa one's person means fll-leck. If a bee stings, till, him and the ' woHad will not swell. I...

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 January 1902

V- J?? 'J't, ,i-- V-aPiSfcaj ' - " ; vv.- flTjJWBI' v" " l I? "wt, " to ,a!d-& . .5" .. ip" - "- n'r T -. - - . - - r 1 J -' -aPT r,$sie. zwzr J , , - . : - .--js :awji .-. i , bbbbbk ..bbbbbbbbt jB P1anBBBm bubbbbv VfliHi&lH HJanBaBaw mmcfw j aBBaBBh, v-aiSaBay S. BaBBBBavVi. 9pBpfepBBBpBpBpBP' qBkl BBBBBMBBBmBBBBBsv.L saBBBBpaaBlBhsBHBafAfAf'.r -SBnBBs. qi0&pf$,& bbbbbbbw tbsbbw. i BBBnBBv. toi. wai. -OLIVET BAPTlSTtBBGH, QUTNN HA.ABElrBOTUROTARE STILIHBATRILY INDBBT, TOILE TWSRPASTORS ABHLTvTNG OFF THE FAT. dF THE LAND ON "ESSE MONEY WRUNG FROM THE PEO PLE. ' ' LEGS IN THE BULPrf AT OLIVET. For ever SSertdeVyeafB tie Colored jieeple of this aity, these wheheleBg-te the rii churches as well as the Boa-i j chHrch Bebers, have contributed mere .than fear hundred thousand defers ol their hard earned Jaoaey towards pay jag off the debts, -which have so long Jiung over-OMret Baptist eaarch, Qjbibb "Chapel, BetheL and several other -caaroh tinctures, -which ia time say b...

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 January 1902

'ff. I3 mp- hs .- & ' iS ' 14 1 a . '- 1 - i .. ? "L; P"; !- .V---." B? v ss rsS IBE BROAD AX. jWMWWWVWWVWWVV ikliinxi thw: WtuauunlMtlini wm km illallt w mill wiii nnm 'aawadvaaee la wireless telegraphy .was tie chief scientific eveat of last year. '-Aa. essay on hspplBees la the Balti .nwre Sea resolves itself lato one rait: Pay ill bills promptly. .JRethoric wedding tees. Are la sight for" the St Louis minister who is urg U" woaea to do the proposing. Tie army sad aavy experts seem to think that the G&thman gun Is Just the thing for some other nation. -, Don't eat anything. Everything yoa eat causes caacer. The scleatlflc sharps -say so. They sever eat anything. ' Wlth Iowa controlling the carreaey -aad the garden seed, the politicises oT that state ought to be reasonably -mappy. Joaquin Miller says it is wrong to exclude the -Chinese. Joaquin, tiow veTer, -will have to do most of the b'.ush iag himself. It the American schools are not teaching English there may be comfor...

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 January 1902

Tame. The -way to gaia -werMa afaiaase .Are varies m complex. Some get-tbe com y -wTrHac Veoks .Asa case by wriUaj etaojcs. Wasaias-tea Star. - -afo Air. Ia he breie?"- "I gaess so. "He said If air wag five cents a barr& he'd "saffecate." Iadtaa apolis News. Bleat laXlae. "Bat Is be f Rskkmable?" "Well. I gaess! He Ms as aatomo bile and Hie pBeBBonla.,, Chicago Rccord-HeraM. Bbs1bcs. "How ibbcb de I owe yen, doctor?" 'Eighty-alae dollars and alaetceo. cents, bat If yea bare a relapse 111 glre yoa a dlseoQHt," Judge. JTet TJesodableu Dorothy "PaollBe, -what mates yon so HBSocIabJey Panllae "DBseclaWe? Vm not"a bit ansociable; I aerely doa'tllte society.' -Detroit Free Press. Xtoabta te Adare. Teller 'Tat SHre -what I'm telling you Is bo. 'Seeing: Is bellerelag, you know." Keller "Not always. I see lots of people every day that I sever coald be Here." Philadelphia, Press. The XmuA of Plenty. Passenger (ea steamer ea route to Europe) "The steerage appears to be empty. Don't emigran...

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 January 1902

v T r-V vm- . i tSneau rw pr - y ." i r " .- V- .4 M. fc I ' - c r " Hm IMTES f THE NOTAM.ES. " Str Tbobbss L. Brwfem, the well kwtw gngMaa krc,'Ui aajtherity for fee tteUBW a MMaU seers. irr epHapdar; i Ms eeiBle vWew arelways da to disease. reeer Walter Feirfces eC the ea rea ef. ethaefegy reeeatty "retaraed r New Mexlee. ere, ter the last several Breaths, he has e tryiBS to traee the twiaecttat f thePaeWo Is w, the toertk, VRa those i Vesta), ea the seath. T Priaee YewrapoS feekmgs oae et the aseet -raleaWe eellectieBS ot dla bo46 hi Bsrope. Oae ertfe, rtl T&rmt tm.m raSteSjte kept at his estate At ArfeaaKelsfc, Bear Moscow; Tmt't.Je6t Talaahle 1s at the Yoas- poff Palace, la the Rosslaa capital. Odd asafeers kav& soaetalas to do, apesnwtly, with the Boston Baayoral . ty aayer Hart, the preseat lBCHmseat, has been a candidate for tee oatee seven tines; Mayor IJscolB, a foraer exeoetlve, was also Boalaated sevea 1 flaws, and JosUh Quiacy was a candi date oaalHe occasions. ...

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 February 1902

'Will WW I I i,' " r Bi3BB4IBWJBaBaBBBfa9 " -VSWT 7yP ' MUM1" ill I I J n ' I "- r '' "ir V5SWr vwgrapmBVS'' - A ft i i fr- -v By f fn MJSVU TOfflHE LINE. . n- ---; -. --. . , ... . . : ; . - - j "- - ' Bt"B) eamBBBBBVs'aBemBv'' BBBBBBBbbBBbbW vamMBBBmBBBBBBaBBfe L BBBaFtj sJBBsBBBBBBBBar ABp mBBa? s ..aaaaBBBBBBak- a fBsBfBBBBTaw' aBB'jb'Bwwbb aa"" vv o jBrneL ,BF 'jmBh rBmemV iBmav. bbbbbbbbv SSIE&BlBbhB bbf 8ByilLMMmxMSMri "JBbOv "r ''"wBaBBBBBBP" --- - h voii. ra . - .s EXPORTS VS. IMPORTS. Too little stfwkMtd is. the dispute orer thk quootieaea what ear experts conaet ef. Oac eBerateas asm of ex ports is aesdy dfwms the perma neat resources of. the Jaad. To judge from ear conduct ae "might infer tint io people witt JMydfeeTWrig here a ess tuiy or tw hae;Ba-tihet wE need ceal, iroa er ether adaerak er tim ber. We are treating w native load as spoil T understand a huge subject it may he M weM te analyze take It ia part. Suppose a toner ef large pos sessions ad family B1 livin...

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 February 1902

V2. . -.3- '- -i. t A FREE-LAND HINT. "a a a .1 1 "!. ,'J -. V ' for .flrV Y5vMtei& irc,hi45rc'ir TTHC7 fOTfTffTO JLY she" lmdti3 f ' " a . , ... . . .Jf !'. : '' CH-' . ' 5? . iBheMmeiax k Tw,,il!SifflC "sJBBJMBsmTSG-wS fmmVtBMSf I MM jMtou JjpsiiiiOiBiilniM jX'JMt aeec SwSSr Trtntsac ,airytrf ergansaJSW wortar ' ' feteOf oratory. - - . - 'HbUkI. la. South Africa. bat,' he 4 ' lasat 'jkmwa(Je3! ;aiy Boers a. yet. ,k f -,- ! : "'. ffGhDe'Ss sow'accased c'lcreatrag4 a coWicog la the Pan-American .ceri- gress. f EonoTuw. maintains a. publici whcnse sole fc'ess Is to e com- exterr 'mraate rats. OaeTHore the'Brttlshave'captaTed theapo'where Gen. Botha -was a"Xew Senator Depew. will be compelled to play bodfeey from' iaost of Jhe inidwin ter banquets in Washington. " ' ' ' ' ' $ late advices from Pekln are to the -. effect that the empress dowager once naore hasher authority on straight. 'Joey Chamberkla Intimites very alesxlythat it knot the German vojte he is trying to catch. Atlan...

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 February 1902

' f 111111 I II 102 MKEBS'aaEBO MILWAUKEE 3MrfE STA.rHES A RECORD FOR FAST TRAVEL. DUUsm taOHr' YWeeoaslav City Cot" u J &aftfcae Sett Time Hlt&arte SiaeeWa 'Om Hear ad TWrtfSTweSBwfee One of the Milwaukee's aew moth eagiHeahM tasks the re be tween Milwaukee a4 Cklcage. Oa New Year's eve tie aewcesieoaad AUaattc type engine, No. Mi, mete tae aigat? five and two-teatae Biles tress Caleago to Milwaukee la elgaty-sereB salaateg, or one hour aad twecty-sevea sslaatas. The previoes record Is saM to aave been one boar aad thirty-two adnata and the fastest aeaepalejotlae Hihrsa- ee calls for the raa la oae aear aad forty-five xalaates. Dariag three aad four-tenths allies of tie tftstaace e twecn Caledonia aad Lakewood tae train maintained a speed of a trifle over 103 zalles per Bear. Tse distance between these two statioas, three aad four-tenths miles, 'was aade In exact ly two mlHHtee. Considering the fact that bo prepara tion was made fop the ran, aad con- .cldering- the coaditto...

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 February 1902

' : .'. .iu. ' ? . (MM MBJUK9vSNNBU & -. feaC &-: . . t'A. it- to faa i Taera ara Bti af,WI tae lvttar aa gMUMM at me Mhri et !. wlte eet!- JMMI iMff SMI -MBit HP MS tfcet It to iMMtoM 19m mrt Indite eaejte a a. lwai tec tee Bralierta, walea every eay a tarac to slaa, AH .that deeaaia aa aottw airee pala; aA that daeaada aa hi weak gives iliwwii. I tease fiwwfeiitiw aoaaltiaa atyhwww S y Ittdfttt "VIb mJaUae WeBalceat fa tnri eeev jewee 4Lev JKpiV FWl lO to tee b One fattere'fe aeri ef ween. Yroeperttj- aa weed-oaks ' far ety yeaas geatleaMa, wheat eeateat; bat a here's, i's, aneemn Ss aaaee ae eC laftaraa, Be ezaerteeafts ed -veatsrea rery 4?, as "the mm f&Hs he cete, tovres fester a;" defeated aU Oft ttae, aad yet to Tietory eara. Z here . aeetd that ia aerseaaareele he k Bet tae see rider wee sever was throws, aefc rather that a bulb aerer "will he a geed rider aetil he le tarawa; taea he dttme eefeaeatedaay leaser by Ike tecrer that he aaaM twaMe aad will rider-that ...

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 February 1902

-v r V - HEW TO THE LINE. v . ..mmmmmmmMflmmmmmS' jrL 1 Bvi. Hw tBmm' .Br SwssSmmm&.aEmkM mmmW r rP"m pf?i5Mrfcli if X "" wmmmmV ' L. fh V- t' K lr voii. 3ir. . MORE NUTS F0RBEV. Ji F, THOM AS AND HIS. DEFENDERS OR FOLLOWERS TO CRACK. Mr. Julius F. Taylor, Editor of The Broad Ax: Dear Sir Please find space to pub lish the following In your paper: I met a gentleman a few days ago who stands quite high in the Olivet Baptist Church, Twenty-seventh and Dearborn streets, and he said: "Mr. Higginbothan, I read your article pub- lisnea in ine .arcaa ax Jan, is, con cerning your -connection with the OH- Tet Bapti6t Church-and .the conduct of Rev. J. F. Thomas.- It -was an able piece." Then, he said: "But for the good of the Christian cause stop wri ting, for you are a member of that church, and sinners stand off and clap their hands for joy to see the Christian family at war. It is injurious to the Christian pause." Now, Mr. Editor and near readers, ?jt has taken them a long time to lea...

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 February 1902

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