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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 19 April 1902

H Voice -From Beyond. Cyritt, vmT 0b, Tom yea y-o-a." ith shrill distt&ctRMB the cry ose aboro tie aftveroeaotag dia 6 tte great railway statfe. Tears .et.de tectlve wart had aiade ae earless to tae horrors of hssaasi .BBfferiag aad crime, but that welra'ory. so Tall of mgulsh and reproach, Jeetlad es sharply out of aay aaaal iaditeresce. It caused me to forget Btirely for tae eement tae haggard face ef a yeag jsan that I sad been watching -with some interest as I sat over la a comer wt of the crowd awaiting a delayed train. It was set- tae face ef a criminal, but it and the basted look of one, and fear and resaerse were plainly stamped upon it, The yoang Ban had been paeiag&exroa&ly ap aad down the pavement in frost of the door, and I remembered afterward that he had stepped Inside just a' o sient before I hadSeea startled by the unusual cry behlad ae. Before I eesld turn it was repeated: "Oh, Tom yoa yo-Hl" "Oh, Tom yoa y-o-a!" "My nerves most be getting bad," I though...

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 April 1902

V ' a A S3 L-if TLnigao "w at Kekawaa, T&, Aagaet 3a, ta, a If Fret Waaaiaff- eaeMlataee Deea-Beat Si Ceeper .f WiShlBgioB, D. O, te aead Tbe Ax tae m e $8.36 -walca &e tae etiter est ot, taea -we 'afljtt aUeaa.t&e meeUsff f tae -fiagiin laea we -aroala talak tkat -, Waolitagtea, tna accoaapaealas tsMM ieei y eeapeWag Cesser," -was tie ese at tae atga oSoials ef tie Imsftr, teyarlto aoaeet a'eeta, fer IT -Praf. TfraliiiiHna Is uUe to per- 4 bte aeeeeiete eScera, to dea . JeaUy .with those to -wees tier owej mamey, ate league la N. O. "' -,. i ' aBBOUL NOTICE. ' r?TteWKt iBBae e Tbe Broad Ax -will -caatata-aaetaer rtlcte8HX Hera, Jas-jer'-RaegaB. Tkos&s, All .'Jaapias -7fcarey, aaaAcrofcatic Ixmgreen Mar 'rajr. , H " Tke isaceessf h1 method of'ferlagias fee 'laeBrgeHt, Cherekeea to order ay ttaraJtonlag tbeiH with the barber's -&aus might he tried with Paderewekl saad'KBBeUk. Chicago hanter was arrested with lata gaaae'feag fall of songbirds that he aad shot Doaht...

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 April 1902

r, (. ?' 1 S- . t&. J-Sifc J- v , .j. . s 1!? , -i. YOL. YU PROF. M. M. MANCASRIAN ON T PAINE, WHO WASTHE GREAT REVOLUTION. Sunday morning the Graad Opera House was filled to overflowing by the intellectual lights of Chicago to near Prof. Mangasarian deliver his master ful and brilliant lecture o& "The Whole Troth About Thomas Paine." His opening words were tram the writings or the sayings of tear great statesman Those memory will-always live In the beans of men Gharles Sumner rtich were as follows: "I honor any man or woman who, In the consclentioss discharge of duty, teres to stand alone. The world, with iBtolerant judgment, condemn; the countenances of relatives may be arerted and the hearts of friends grow cold but the sense of duty done will he sweeter than the applause of the world " Prof Mangasarjaa very boldly and fearlessl elaborated, upon the great eemees Thomas PaiHe, rendered this country while it was fighting for civil and political independence from Great Brita...

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 April 1902

WBnT&t?i sm?.v ' t V , J . -... h wmmc KAKwm, rowweh seize; Taf"5w Twk Botnt afKetift FM It warn Wis Alam aa Beek, )ecara It BaVagares to Health, aad Dsap It late tba Tr. The New Yerk papers report that tie Health DepartiaeBt ei that etty has setae as aaageroas ts health Nearly two toes of ekeaa jalxtares sold Sec aakiag powder aad daaiped thess tele the eCal scew to sr destrayeC Mere of the powder was fossa la a "Hxtk av- aeaartaMBt aterr. The re w ', ot tke aaalyals f the Health D"jTtseat stated that It was -an alaa taJdag powder" coatalaiag alam aad palverised rock: ' Tie ettgereat Health Aatberitles aeem te have different ways of re- presotag the tale of bad baking pow ders, la Easjaad they have prosecut ed the grocers ander the geaeral law aad broken ap the traSc. la Missouri vth0v sale cf alam baking powder Is &otaally prohibited by .law. la New jTerk. they seise the aawholesoaie staff Bd cast It lato the river withoat any disoaesies. The latter way Is certain ly effec...

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 April 1902

T3 Impoverished Blood, whether due to1nh(sltaBercu6ed cr a depleted coakxmb&(ke system, js the cause of Mich sgoay. Vogeler's Curative Compound,- rfaa taken ior uu uuwotc is a weans of salvation. It creates new fresh tissues and pore red blood corpuscles ,ad by giving strength and tone to t&e great vital energies of the body, it enables them to perfora their Hat jjral functions. The. reader should sot lose sight of the fact that Vogeler's Curative Compooidis made from the formula of one of the most eaanent physicians. ' Send at once -to St. Jacobs Oil, ixi, Baltimore, for a. free sample bottle. Km. Mat SjKarizr.sSCottrt, Gecpert Street, CerafT, Itf5!-LSL',1 set wiA s ZgUnttkoafa&jherasfSqrhasd so bagrthat I mjuaabl to use the sse for fire weeks. I tried tWrTthint I koew of bat Ad Botreedre say beaeet. FSBiujtajIvviTtirPF,v' jeJSBa afar 0; ue mw wore ceec raore 89. Jje to follow aqr eapJojnBe&t.' The Horrible Tortures of Rheumatism can be overcome and the dreaded dise...

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 April 1902

r2. i ,-"- ' I 1? M m ii - hk. wbt -win Tfbrt iy Wttw partv ko sC tin coaooa is sow aeder injr Jar private anbHeaflaa for come 3t 8aftw the "Phfl4el- lia Mack exckMge. It'te a. barleeqa aa tfce mentors, tbe fetterpraee beiag fmaffa&tire fcteswpMes, aa tbe II kutratioas, hM aw tie ebleC part af tfee nlmn, araay-R-eU fcfieVa oar tooalflts. JEk wihscrlpWan prie te 1m, tat ft jn-enamn, af iWU already .noted awi tie sarkat will pre&aly 3nbMt-0aTttta Baa? ur. A f aw dai ago M!eaal Daritt cele brate fc&iity-stxta btrtMay. He be gaa 'work "s a aatid of 16 is a laa caeta e aJll aa test ate right arm aa he was 11. With Mr. Par aeW aad attars "fee feaaded the Irish teagtta. While he -was. la Australia la 3 St he was returned to Parliament -wMboat fpeeJtkm for East Kerry aad South Mayo. He resigned from the feoaee three years ago. Origin of "Baackg-ssrd." The expression "Nackgaard" orig- laaHy deelgaated the scaHloaa, kltch- 'a ersTaad pet washers who hroaght UP-te the rear whea a g...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 3 May 1902

VOL. T3I. x- HAS TWO HOMES NOW. Professor Booker T.' Washington of Tuskegee, Ala, Buys an Old Estate Out in South "Weymouth. South Weyraoath, April 24 The estate on Main street, Bear Colam yiD, known as the Qalncy Loud estate, has been purchased by Book er T. Washington, the- well-known colored educator for a sassier home. The papers were passed Saturday, .dosing the deaL The property comprises aboat two acres of land and a 2-1-2 story struc- -tHre with a large stable adjoining. T&e house is quite old 'and will be thoroughly remodelled before Mr. Washington takes possession. The lead is adapted lor fanning, having teen used for thafwrpose for a num ber of years. The estate isvsitaated In the resi dential part of the Tillage and is aear the spacious residence of H. a. Reed, the Stetson, the Ball, and the Minot Tlrrell places, oa Main street The deal oa this end was en gineered by J. H. Elwell, who is at present out of town, and just what the purchase price was cannot be as certai...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 3 May 1902

jpi - ?": -A i .H--A- Tl-f- IBE BROAD AX Wtyw-fiHi age a amMafmmtilHmi Mmm isTJmmmuBBa ossav "o; asrsimsmssf FmnOTOl frs Wmi mmu4 far ilfw awji oja VBWft IMIfB W WVH VSsTsTf "mamfeaembl msmfi tasmMBa&' mam sSBts VBssBtssL OjaBmamammma, ."BBmSOB SmrvemmBBB, mm UFWW mamuamBa, tgsl in win i tf is. woa ken iHnsfsi) JiBMif aajirtliefsfcsiejsa. Am War SBSS utWacstniattl! idiMMWh PHase-Heary has beea arrestee. the teetpata. Boskl Sven Belgian bayonets give Xing opsirs-tlareao rather wabbly np- SJ&mt Jriaa et a nateB.doe the car ;gymito expect if be refuses to take 'Her magtead fas te have a bread- tvBt Che dew aad the air areata TppoId of Belgium enjeyk the ate tlnctlea of being the first moiarch te he mobbed 1b an automobile. It may.be eeeated a hopeful sign aeflad she battle stipe Xentaoky aad Sainhow la the same oaundroa. .. . ., Klag Christian of Denmark is 4 -'"years aid. aad has reasonable hopes ef being able to die a aataral death. . Mark Twain has bosght a J69,eee kease aad...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 3 May 1902

Pf-RU-NA (MS CATABPuH PF ttDHEYS EVERY TIME, jw JSjL A J-f inn T T ?l maammWnrXK3f 1 i , ,,. jSr3HPHf few ,. WBiifMlif idssrSs!? iv-c-?BM teas; iBfiii o s. lr a r -5iH M 119 1- dSl III6ER0US KBMEY MSHSES GIREI Pt-m-na Crestii?aRstitil5eistiM ia tfceCire of Ckroalc Aiteeits f tie Kliieys. VjltotT. H. Mars, of tec First Wiscon sin Cavalry regimeat, writes from I5 I This remedy lowing Jetten "forrears I satfaredwUb catarrh et tie kidneys cestracted la the army. Medicine did not help me amy aatll a camrado who had beam helped by Pe raaa advised me te try it I teajht tame at once, aad seea foaad blessed tdkL i kept taklmg it fear meathi, gadam aowwaU aad atreag aad Seel better tsaa l Bare eeae tar the past treaty years, thaaks te ftnw." f. H. Macs, Mr. John Vance, of Hartford (Sty, Ind., says: "My kidney trouble is mack letter. I bare iaaprored so much that everybody wants to. kaeWwbat aaedi ctBo I am usiag. I recossaead Perana to everybody and seaae hare eomaaeaced to esc it The folks a...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 3 May 1902

:V z :f$ ;"V -J -J J I' t V :3fc : r &K "- m .. 111 . . Ys may know aut prise! by tJie tUMn h h an Interest hi. A soft coal tnut ku Jtot few ten i. is this Is cmk bs aaetker bard- ? - . . , The Aaterieaa -jasle wW Save ;e ntwn taJiMc whea the Beer war U Tm lift niftf nil . Alfred Aaetf raaerts that be Is ahost reedy to wet-blaakft the ,corp aatteti wKh that ede. fteperbrabeat Mr. Xbckefeller's bald heed aad week sieaach seem te dseer sosae fliks as woBderfHlly Now that the kaiser states that Cap taa eeghlaa's sees "aesely easeed" bla4 the eaptals say tHBe up agate. pee -ef the poets, asBesaces that "Oar .best thoughts are In words we' Bever say." The poet is Bot a' lady. "Klag Leopold woald hardly wia the prise 1b a poealarity contest at which bis levies subjects were permitted to vote. The woader of it is that the Russlaa sain fetors of the interior so on per BittlBg the preseace of students in th&t-eosHtry. Most of us would rather be looking at the train throegh a telescop...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 10 May 1902

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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. — 10 May 1902

,' -J A- s s, X -, 5- 5-. V --a - - '. .. . mrAmmi """". "" " 3afrjtt!wnr-vi$i ws& T 4 ULWXUi 4i UaBj T'fffisf -- .- . " SwUSBSewrwaw, fcWIQI -wtS8ewwa............... SB wmb ab aHBMa daMii& i without dtecrimiantien te a fararite peKey la Russia. Tbk spring's crops of Brassels mostly af bayonets. -V ..Anarsw Carnegie's new. book win be beasht by a the Carnegie libraries. '"r; 6nee Ws ia is "sot a pkil- jae- eoeesvi wast iu suo disgraced--that te- til.9 D, Bssfek. tha. author. t "B Boat," eestribawed mare lathe necoos ef ,7rqfc7!.tJuiDa Maurier did. f Vr Indigestion does cause lr- ingln mud tenu name cooks are lucky that It does not cause murder. . . . i . . ,;. oraefctKty hands high Is the .latent Kansas jBredacikm. It , trill ntaxe a .good mount Tor Minerva Na tion. Just -to-sertac -srtM--,theJia,6a-seaword eases from Baltimore that i, a la that city cheked to death oa. an .'oyster... '-'KJei bless my -ieoate. biaek. ,hHe.V, were lha last words of Wade ; jffnnnitoa. There te...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 10 May 1902

'". :5F- -' .rK - - - - .-.- .- "wirnc-iirwai -vmtv aBflBBBUSTaV JffTJBJ&nlfc 3. J am- . -was m. . r. " " "avm mm . I itft. bl vSKSS5wwjMptL6i j ay maaaaaaaaaaaaam BtaflVirfi MBS. OOL.E. X GRESHAM.Tre urer Daughters ef the oafeder acy, and Preeideat Herades VU JeImrereaea Soeiety. write the following letter fresa Heradoa, Fairfax comity, 3TIrgiaJi Heradoa, Va. The Fossa MeiHsms Co., Cuiani)mii,T?.: Gentlemen loBtrtbt Bpeatetoaaiga- ly of the Tafee 'af 'Persas. a Thieve l-tillr -wauueaV instructively illus that I owe my life to its wonderful I trated, entitled "Health and Beauty." merits. Iatatarrbofai:SeBtfxee-tajTOfiften. , m PIN-IT" With. Skirt,flbbk-andye You sever de aay sewing-. Instantly fastened orre meped. Adjustable at' wSL Hoids aldrt-Sxmly. TEqpaByjahttMftJer rhndraaflf gnrmaala-aadlaaiesT' waists. New idea for washable garments. Narsatifikff. -'VV-lJl." T- AM. THE VICTOR Ej-jfcffySPwnLii m' ""y mbbW BMsam, LaaV. mbbbm .aamrmu Wam MBammnmaaaaaW LflH ia aw - aMaram x ....

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 10 May 1902

f V - ' . h 1 '-v -' ,v 2"-r -'- : CHtfi At by tkXfffJt fee ay Hiliaji lil ill wat-laeeely at- tea4earisW.'Wau Kfaiat 19rJMv 9ft 'fcnBw Jftmj Me upc avwaedla & Tetriea mmgmr Dea Jaeksea, wae Ib h eC p. Xerrte' Meateaaatofflninpd 8. B. -rTwiw hi tae face Xeaiey at the - fceeesMcaa: Briawries. KeTertaelese Mr. TM beat Jaateee, Mecris & Oe. 44 was eiectedae delegate to the vtate eeaTeaUoBv cat Verrk. JacK- -.sea & Ce. iaetod'te .carry their pri- maiyfatrfet. watafc m nnair that' Mor- peMUcaMr dead: astss-Bt New Jwssy wHl per- -etase Ireaeides, &e eld'aeuse of Uom - BMdere-StWart Bear Beroeatowa, Tier the ase e the colored yoata as ' desirable ladastrial School, aaaer xtrol -or the state hoard o edaca tiea. ' A bfl! apprepdatlBB $36,We xhas' paaoed both hoasee of the legfc latere &sd "-shaply awaits the slg aatfcre ef the aoveraor-Bx. Tae People's Taberaaole, at At-bataGaIs-aBoeaer onerSt Bishop Twaer1 sew ideas for the better seat of the ceadttloa of his people. He ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 17 May 1902

4w ' -; - .W v . -Sj - J 1 " s " T jfaaBaV .-Vl L.Hi aVaVsSamns. BMnMSHEiE2SS3n3!753pjipJ8ffi a r aVaVBakVBar .isfVjf ""ii. 2si7 "HHto i H rama'laf; arf'?--ftiri pnsBaBBUBa k'az' &' o- sssssL iiiBiBF Jh IaBmim bbbba liBmiBy .flaBBBm&BsH bbbbbt BmBB gsj- .frv !i 4flHpnspnssflBflaMBBPvrfBmBL ppHpppappr sshI fMSLKLf .JasssssasBawV ... i. j r VOL. VII. BENJAMIN R.TILLMAN,,THE ONE-EYED, CRACK-BRAINED ANAR CHIST OF SOUTH CAROLINA, WHO RATTUES AROUND IN THE SEAT IN THE UNITED.STATES SENATE FORMERLY OCCU PIED BY-THE-ILLUSTRIOUS WADE HAMPTON. The brutalities sad ;tKe atrocious aises which are being, perpetrated Bpon the liberty-'ovtBgf.Fillptaos -who ire fighting for their wive? their child fen, their homes aaa all that is sear sad dear to them, by the American jeMiers, have sot only -shocked the teer sensibilities of all the highly driHied people everywhere, but they hue also caused United States sen rfon to participate la many overheat ed and angry debates recently in the ie&te...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 17 May 1902

,i v E' . f ;z v 11ME BROAD AX. B, Swy"a JsW '" sHWrW sni- nrmtrfinr k Li uhMsBaKBBaaa. xronrflaa-. ShaP Bfssl Juwceti faT their ay. a tear thai TaAssBLs-Sst aaMliir ai tMkiykk WsaJkaw JMHflHV VV tars XVfHVOnf srsBBrflB bread wHib 9f aa. an (MMnt HtemsiBd, wsttea wW fears aMsaftfe fctsr (atraaas'fi . w s jBmBHKw "is Is alSestoa t A Franco-Yankee Hat By Elizabeth McCrackea. T I TJfcLLX jwere atbreakfast at tie MVfelB iVUU WUtS n URS papa that we at Beajesda Hot. Job stress irwsj L, Saffivaa Is oat with. Braces agalast the ."water -Jsdciac trass kk slleaee. Has Leo BoM seast to fcasy worMajiBa a taa aol or a cyeleae eeflar. I . Mr. -MorgaaB J4S.WS Bible win af era aim sosto sflt-edged texts aad risk food for tkoaght. '-To Trios of nsflntehed laaber Is ascot to be advaaced. Are people be stasias to at that, too. VoBOsaela rerslatioalsts have woa a sigsal victory Toy JdHing one maa aad aadlyjscariag several other. Mr. Carnegie is right. Wealth does Bot arias haaoiBess. Bat Solomon aad e...

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. — 17 May 1902

IT KM I: WMKfE NOW HW.., WANTED TO OLIME OVER THE XTE. Doa't you kaow that Defiance Starch T SSSSSSSSsmm. I wme remedy SMwijurifetee. I "Ee everrw . or eweii aaa the most oDfcUwrteaSi-lid cr- DaBaltiaa at Optteaist. Papa, what Is an oitfaaOstr "Aay ' , who has Jest SBeceedAd JpttiBS the best of Ms etghfeor." flfc . K too doa't get tae biggest a4 best toot own fault. Deaaace StarcV Iter sale everywhere aaathere Is pos tdy nothing to eoaal it la ajmaty or fasBtity- " I do aot know of any "way so sure ef siklng others aapr a of helag so e'g self Sir Arthar. Helps. THE BEST KESUtiM IN STASCHnTO . be obtained only by Tarts Defiance " besides rettlnT d os. mere tor SSgonev-o cooking required. vo heresy Is so fatal as discontent It is a denial of the first article of the gttd.-Dickens. coTOCB CXOTIXES LOOK TKIXOWr Us-aseRedCressBallBtee, Itwatmake gtawbitoasiaow. SafackagejSeeata. 1,00k before yoa leap aad see if jkert is a soft place to light. Balrs Catarrh' Cm Steostitatialcs. Price, ft ...

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. — 17 May 1902

rjjs-"i ?$&& . " - js. at Moate Caria w ms toe Mr. Sekwaa, tat be tea ffcft JMHOflBvvSft XBvvCV 13km CUmwWmiw aare feeea eieotea t tie Freaak Canaitiw of Dsaaties. TfreGeek JariaM fe la peiitias. AatafaefavaC WHfcasa WaMerT As Mf'sbetMte eaeaga to sake tae Britis eerae ive as tke gkoet at Aaeertts t Datatk HeraM Ow ailf dUtoreaea between , aaaataBaa aaa aaaltorlaaa la Ib tie &arge te ta ?atleats. at tae deor," aetea taelaxge-watetea vaiteeesaer, "perfect aoaeer lies oat rf tWwia4ew." CeCee waa the ealy stismteat that Dewey aea ted at the battle of Ma aila -Bay. Ami that; it aaet he ai altted, tu saScieat Heary Lahsaehere Bays Hergaa is aattiag the aaadwritlag oa the walL Bat perhaps Heary la mtstagea. Mor fea BMy he reaoalBg for the wall. Nicola Teste has discovered how to extract power freaa the atmosphere to propel alr&feJpc As sooa as he caa set aroaad to-rit he will extract seme. Ah Ohio girl expired the other day from the effects of tight lacing. Her corset -was...

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. — 24 May 1902

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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. — 24 May 1902

I itiB 'BROAD AX. hacklx; nJudttMiwUtlki of bswMmr. to Sumr, kStt, KMCfeW UH, .SrtLS2S! "rr' "."- r-"iT Trr Leexl noniwiMliiitinw wBTfeava twtfwi ; (aoraaeer a ' ViiililnlMMhtnw Awm,Oiiim -WETO . TATTJ8S. ttfd raMftTHPi Woader If Mace Henry ks Ua sleep up yet. got v Possibly the aaaa who -went crazy orerpiag posg didn't hare far to go. Most eTery "woman listens for the silken Tastle-ken she walks .past an other Troaas. War Is'Hot-oaly -what General Sher man said It was, feat It la expensive. Is It not, J. B.? It zaost be 'a hard heart that feels .anything bat sympathy lor the poor little boy King of Spain. The contention that after all Kan sas City girls have the biggest feet Is Tiotly resented by Chicago. Iowa need not fhjnk Jt at all neces sary to compete with Texas as a rais er of early spring tornadoes. Mr. Edison rery kindly informs the other Investors jnst how he would build an airship if he had time. The. real "sporty' person is perhaps "the man who has a ping-pong ankle, a g...

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