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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 June 1902

X'WP side -JK&)&N irMor Lire JRa Jy-Vv The BtnBBSt1r-8lrteBoe. For fta are riraagelr MaW; ' If men an forced ie eat tea kar, Coni may beeaaae extinct. WaaMagtea Star. patience "Docs aa Bake love wen?' Patrice "Make lere? Hew foellsa; IaTe Is nude, dear; It k born." lookers Statesman. - Yelriela et ta rstne. ' i bear taat Gasam Is tklnklas of boyiDS a herselesB carriage," saW Mankjttan. Indeedr qserled the Brooklynlte. "And WBat fare they named the babjr-Jndse. ASXlOBa. Aiiawi The Plns-Peag Microbe "Wonder If they'll discover aa antidote for me?" Life re- A Chaagw of Mechaalsm. "I have decided to cconomlre. marked the molti-mllllonalre. To going t q&It buying political machines and contest myself with defying the public la an automobile." Wasfaingtoa Star. Ad AdTerse Impression. "Don't you think jon have a very changeable climate?" said the stranger. "So," said the satire; "It chauges fist enough "when It's pleasant, but when it's disagreeable, it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 June 1902

. r. L ' ' c JSesse peatee cMa that It lea't always tWwiWMt 'yaaaMi'wlikA covers tbe'wwtVites. WKateror Treses atSternm- is to vrear'tfce sfcees C WJ4eck-SeMB T$HsaT rstssr large, ferslsa. Aa, yen meeeasmeat o J22.5W ea Ms Tanrtewa place Is too heavy a tax'eBSIaric Twaia's cense of aaaor. - Bese'Mae la a newspaper -says: "Asetser' TeSev Poplar Adraace of 91 per Thotnaaa." This -will be very anThe Boer faras are to he restocked with AaMric&B cattle. This -Is sosse csapeaoattoa fer the sIhssf la the sasie .trade.Oat la Kaa&s.-where there' was a deaaad for ga&s to smash the rata deads last ssnsaer, there Is bow a caH for paaps. The boyrtwho laagfaed after being "ksooked'twet-fire feet by aa express eagise mast have a aatarally cheerfal'-dispeekloB. The trath o the report that Mr. J. Pierpoat Ifergaa was brolcea down Is dealed. Let the world, therefore, keep la its regalar rosad. It is reasonable to assume that the filty" Chleasoaas who committed suic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 July 1902

? HEW TO THE LINE. VOL. VII. PREACHERS rOR "GRAFT" ONLY. Editor Julius F. Taylor: Kot s long ago an article appeared ia the columns of the public press exposing the schemes and shady transactios of the psstor of one of the catered churches of this city Althoagh the columns of the public press re open to him for a manly reply tie Reverend gentleman chose to adept the cowardly method of vilifying and abusing the writer from his pslpit This incident but emphasizes xsew that old story Tf you throw a Etese Into a pack of dogs the hit one trill hollo." But noise will not pass for logic, any more than the yelp of a whipped dog will pass for argument. Vilification will not disprove definite charges, and abuse from the pulpit or anywhere else cannot change a single ict . This preacher characterised the article mentioned as a lie from beginning to ead. In view of the explanation whkh he felt called upon to make it mr be well to repeat a portion of the article to which reference was sade. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 July 1902

1 T5- ?.,.-' p' &- if"3, - Bt - &Ts E-fe ' z , c j- - Tm BROAD AX. tWBXXtt, SSS Tcwwl iriiiiTnlfiMrr' -wMi hate . 4toM4r m -Ma fee . (e4vaee)i ftCTlMAtLOKriwryrtmwa Taming -water oh those Jersey an ambJets is-Gruel if sot saueaaL WIth Mark Twain tie degree of LI D. aeass doctor of liberal-laagfater. Milwaukee's bishop picked oat tobacco for denunciation; sot what sade the city faaocs. If Bsgland wants aJnew navy. Uncle Sam is Jin -excellent- shape to sabinlt plane aad estimates. We always like-to see the barkeeper at the frost door; it is a sign he is not busy,. Atchison Globe. Numbers of young peraoas -who want to be angels are achieving their ambition by rocking towboats. Great Britain wants -new zaarkets. This Is a pity, since -we want them, too, 'and. are oat after 'them. turned loose Jong-suffering -bachelors say agitate for a monument Id -Herod. Herx"Most is goiag to spend a year at'Sing Sing. The only regret is that he cannot take all his followers -wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 July 1902

QUErTv pru a man aa4 a mtM.wTj:atHH gray -- A-sHUns upon a wait; And I'll ten you J what the three -were at I know, though X dtta't see aS, The man -was scrateata; a. wh24 head. Wiiie the maid, with a troubled air. Ws playta the teeMstgMwshlinz red; The cat was washag at hair. Uon't you know said the maid, "that Us rery wroBgr' "I don't see -why." saSa Ibe-man. Don't yon know that we've not beea acquainted Jobs? "Well I'm setting- es. fast as I can." TTby be stubborar the 'eatecaUt asked. In despair. The rest was the part that X missed: -ut the man kissed eae of the- two that were thereDo you think 'twas the oat ho kissed? Ituman Roberts Asdrewa, la 'Smart Set Curious Christian Names. Was there ever a family so weirdly uned as that of ToUemache? The Marquis de Ravigny aad Rsiseval (itaunchest of Legitimists), la tracing the living "descendants of 'Mary, the founger daughter of Heaty VEL, la the current issue of the Genealogical Magtzine, reminds bs that the late Rev. Balph Tollemach...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 July 1902

K- .-- it & SagasiaJe tfee sua of tae boar la .Spain. Toisg Kiss Alfosso Is. sot "iwre tkaa lrty'Becc4s. Tie "sea-serpeat" c&sgkt la aa OraageltotiBtalB lake was act taelreal talag. He sever gets caaght. 1 BHria erideaUy aas coaslderasla saowiag to do before Finland will ba as tractable as sight be desired. J. Pierpoat Morgan is aot leeliag trail, aad RaeeeU Sage is Indisposed; Can It be that mosey Is onhealtby? People are making as ranch, rasa aboHt Laareate Aastla's fortacomlas ode as if it were compulsory to read it Gates says Plerp bas -wonderful plans In bis bead. This means busy days for the New Jersey incorporation works. Dr. Combes, tie new French premier, is only a little oyer 5 feet tall. Most bare been raised In the sbort-grass country. Texas steers are being shipped to South Africa. The Boers -will soon forget thoir experiences tritb the Missouri mule. The Turkish soldiers have not been contributing anything to the sultan's salary of late, and the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 July 1902

sr-j- -tT 5? HEW TO THE LINE. . -s. ST f V : .- . -" ,,. f ' asmsnasamujaun' Jsmw "" ' f i i f r - vol. viiS&:" R THEODORE W JONES ACCUSE REV. JASPER FRAUD THOMAS, OF ENDEAVORINS TO 'ROB OR DEFRAUD THE MEMBERS OF OLIVET BAPTIST CHURCH OUT OF TWENTY-SEVEN DOLLARS Is Thy Servant Do That he . ' Bdltor Julius In a recentlywbfBaed article intisiatkm was made- thai an element of dishonesty had cropJsto some or our churches, principally in connection vith collections raised for charitable purposes. If suspicion is directed to ward the clergy tbey have ho one bat themselves to Masse, j What right has a preacher to receive- eaotd'aKmeyn for any purpose, he to aot the treasurer. I bold that a. collection taken up (ot a public charity shouud be turned oTerat once to the committee entitled to receive and -receipt for the same; isd that the Deacons have no right to pay sBch'fBsfedrer to the 'preacher, to be retained by him -as has been done in the past ft this plan were adapted and -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 July 1902

'A A 5? Rv BROAD AX. WgVyWi rtttteMlilte SriSoE (Mat HMIBllnMni wfil haV eMartfw JNawrir "Mb att ytpo WmM)t Wat let BrttalB bct Britain takes it 1 aaaX of Persia atm refuses to glMiwt ta any of Us portrait!. Ltr letters are writs of attachMt, aaA tksra is bo dodslox tbt ser - "Way sfcevM there be any tarry 1b fBaaatal circle T Plerp. Is stni able to fee aw around. - ' BpeeldngriQr as army. King "Wheat eaSe ier 10.066 barretter recruits la sad .Nebraska. A season of protracted drought Is rewinding the Texas people of Gen. Sherman's oplalon of war. HWft V"v" Jzf&f&? SSn pgfe; " ""!" tB vacan acnouAS JLc MM Axxera Aram, Qauw maM.s&nos,Mfteru4rrtifaiMft -.m tj. (rBalisifof colleee ties lr sad. ' bat sot half so melancholy as the counting of subsequent ties. " What, -asks the- college boy. Is the good of co-edncation If the girls are cols? to take it orer In the next Heck? Ob of the latest and most sensible tad la New York this season Is the throwing o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 July 1902

HUBBY SK&liK)KBS WIFE'S GRAND PLAN OF REFORMATION A FAILURE. Unfortunate Cl.e?;Ber,ll Members of St. CynthVs'nSKHd Upset Welr-Lald Pln-An4 the Brute Laughed. The Capitol H1B Tease woaa whose steel-Jawed aother had so often told her that-the only way to pjjni a hstDaad was to sail him to a ord and s4nuaer hla before a slow Are right from the jump, got after her husband oa the cigarette smoMag question about a month ago. They'd then been married aboat two months. -Yon promised me that yoa'd sire p the horrid things that yoa'd give up smoking altogether. La fact, after the excitement of getting married was oxer." "Did I?" he lafalred, yawning cay ernoosly and lighting a fresh one. -Well. I must have been smoking hen I said that" "But that was one of the conditions ef my mairyiag you," she said, looklug so much like her steel-Jawed mother as she -said It that kef husband suffered a alight chill and polled down the open windows. "Urn maybe bo," he responded, puffing away comf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 July 1902

"K ' ks ?&. . ' '$ v- .. Wtt IfWlt fWw T titnoeaU ia Braver. - - 3A . M TlliiT! l'4wrtiDlcon-s Ht4rtet Mi bwcjnMnog to the cffarrtte all '-eatgfct be lergiTML ty caw sw aiHMeiialree are sot Kl(hMc ftas (Basked the Been. ?Tfefe to m mpn thee rigkt. Ther "were Vert OM.H to lila. Kryafaolaipwaa cowaaatoated by a aak sole la Gelaago. Tfaere is ao . to lesrtte of wealth la toad. Andrew Carsegte used to be a teleCraae eaeratfrr, aad the vires still aata-Yenranr fi Is als ears. fteeaas famera vae have been prayfaT'ter'aarrest basils gaa tbataa auaea ala with a afeetgaa helps aV Raeeell Sage ladigBifltly deales the tret ettae revert that he Ua't goac baok t .Wall street to toy to get Sir. Carnegie's areeeet rate ia oae Sisrarr a day. This Is his soaaer X&K; la ""riater his pace is materially The Apaches are reported to be toGxlag for troahle. As Gen. Fuastoa a aear the reservation, they will probably Had It It remained for a Cleveland (Ohio) sreaoaer to declare St Pe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 July 1902

v l a l fiPn y9mLp .LB9e Bi sn Wi fjfly vsf s ILbbbV .Lbbbbbby HaHl rLaaaamX saaBi wsLbbbk? 9BhHI.Eh sLbbbw NrEFjMr l. . 3r jBBBBBm .,.hbbbbbbbb7 TbbbbI I bbbbbbV aBBBnam EBBBBBBV SBBBBBBBk VsBbbbbbbI ebbbbbb? i "Mr V Bbbbx. V&sBBr x . Bbbbbbbk . mBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1' .yBsBBsV I bbbbbbv.x. 1bbbl tBbbbbt jBr jbSjBbbbbbV gBBBBBBjPBsBBBiP X jbTPbbbt ggs? tbbbbbbbv cBbbt BBsbbbsbWv HEW TO THE LINE. VOL. VII. OBICAGO, JUIiTT 19, ' 1902. 20. . 39. OLD HAM CARTER, REVS JASPERFRAUD THOMAS, ANDY CAREY, LONGREEN MURRAY, JAMES GAMBLING MILLER, F. L. BARNETt! THE KENTUCKY ELDER, WARD & CO. PUT TO FLIGHT BY JULIUS F. TAYLOR. For the past month, several of our close friends bare endeavored to impress the Idea on our Blind "that Revs. jisper Fraud Thomas, Andy Carey, Loagreea Murray, Old Ham Carter. James Gambling Miller, who got tangled up in a bolt of jilt in Cincinnati, Ohio., the Kentacky Colonel -who attempts to ran the Old Church Organ, Ward & Co, v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 July 1902

I 1sth M i-jss IHpik. i K M t THE BROAD AX . Tim ! iiifiinrr Tiif rfltnfnTfTTfltiT ft ln i m tStattsl Stettci is k trsrm wUai. TiwiT orniT wQChara tttwMw) rrief a4raae)i "J iiiiiiimniii'iri'i T" tiuuocs Armro,' v.x&txaB, WG , a the moon mast aara ef trouble with Ms anal. Irav The wsrid Is bo loafer at harGammy. Austria tad Italy Caeert mmi the triple alliance is atfflotXSX . Mr. Sehwafe, haTing money to hum, ssvra $5,0 of It to Plttsbars for flmrarhst Jhraat' may he tie' uses' of anVanfty, tatrsver are- the bum of prosperity. Tide fickle trust 86a one has named a. cigar, after Iflry ilncLane. It emits a, blue flame SUiphUTduS BSOXe. ,A,XeBtncky suat "who proposed to a $ri.la, a. Joke a few days ago has been accepted. Serve Mm right. " Tie" fellow -who stand's on his dlg-mttr-vay discover that dignity Is just -as slippery as a banana akin. . ..That .Russian prince who has been sued by bis butler has bumped up hard against the hired-gfrl problem. X tbe trusts had -made coa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 July 1902

The lnMsvwoXU Xqslae. oa its osflapac Ifll be ask, to kaalit boae. Washington Star. po yon beHTe18igiisT, Xo. A deatistfa sign reading Teeth gjtjactedWKhestPalH' fell the other jay, jest as I Treat sader it, and blocked ont twieeta or'alae!" Clnjjonatl Comnjerdal TribHBe. Ta BmtitwjmT't Clleat. -What," aafcel taV tslaent criminal tfrjtr. "teyearttterB defenoer That depada altogether on yon," repjjed the fries af the. accaaed. "If -we Hi one "we wfafr 6e consulting a Reaper lawyer." Indlaapnolls News. A Wife. Benedict "Give me a few pointers on bow to manage a wBe, old chap." Meeks-"C&a'ii-say-hoy, hot I can jlre yon no ead a advice on how to be Binaged by a trtfe so thatyonll think jn are the aaaages:" Brooklya Life. .. ; Ifo Bnp sTresa Her. Mfes Prls 'firea; love," aald yasBg Mr. daTMjBCT, timidly, i have feet BT Dealt? ' Tin Bony I caat help yon, Mr. Gal Usher." repBea' the maiden, not unkladly. "I aavea't fosad It1" Detroit Free Press. ZaKetara. "What's the matter?" "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 July 1902

aaggS55SCSaaCSC5aaa3i?TWM, 9SC2SX 5 I - CHIPS, W- H,-Gark, yho aa tor almost six years bees coaaected with, tae Corporation CoaBseTs oaloe, has coae tack lato tae fold and Mr. Chirk and The 'Bread Ax have shook sands or Juried tae katcaet, aad Tae Broad Ax Is wfflla to admit tkat W. H. Clark .ia a good Afro-Araerlcaa Deaaocrat, tkat fee staade well witk the bis politiciansaad Ike courts of Cook county. Way Is it that Negroes will feed and clothe any iad of Jim Crow Negro minister aad act contribute one penny to a Xegro newspaper. It eeraes with 111 grace to hear atolored minister annonnce from his palplt that he will not trade with a white firm that refuses to employ a colored laborer; when he himself does not patronize those of his race engaged' in legitimate business. Wonder If the parsoa thinks all the colored people ia this neck of the woods are fools? Ex. . Some time ago we had occasion to call attention to the misfortune (?) which recently befel the Harriet Beecher Stowe Insti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 July 1902

r v w BHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB hkB. BBBBBBBBBteMBBBBBBBBBr .BBBBlT FMESBBBBBBBBBBBnv. 'O'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB' .r ""BT BBBBBBn. t ttfrr900t BBBBBBBfr MLkkJ .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW- k. HE1A TO TffE LINE. TOL. T3I. AFRO-AMERICAN COUNCIL'S MISTAKEWhile the National Education contention was sitting in Minneapols last week and ail the great educators of the country "were there speakng on tint all important subject, the AfroAmericaa council Teas holding forth The 1902 session of the Afro-Amen-can council, therefore, is not destined to take rank as the greatest effort oi that body; the fact, the turn which things took there, and the result accomplished, rather mark the end ot asefulness ot the council. Mr. T. Thomas Fortune of somewhere beween New York and New Jersey was elected president for the ensuing year. Ordinarily this would not be a baa choice, but Yiewed in the light of presort exeats it is about as bad a calamity as could have befallen the organization. Fortune is a politician, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 July 1902

I' fc U 3r' si b r i i-t B E& I-' - K: F&.J , IHE BROAD AX. 3MMUL HI I HI Mi OK AjKOaVa lifaWr Jlctmbml Pwrii 'WWMt1l0r! aaa ffiaSSffiF iSfeaadaxJ tiaawainewbMsahtlr te ,hM Mck f aa, are MOMtaw Ik WIlHlllllMtlglUWtWWM. (aSTiaiUll MO aaxovs imiiiOnuia) tIWP.TATLOE,WJtwtt4PiHAm What x coastltatioa King Edward hare bad at the start. Ages trill have to pass before we can bare a firecracaerless Fourth of ."alr. -. SNarsery -reformers who propose to abolish ithe cradle are attacking a - rock of ages. The Polish officials who Intend to trr snubbing- the kaiser -win be wiser after their experiment. Prof. "Albion W. Small thinks the "Idle rich should be obliged to work. JBat'who "woald employ them? . By careful ecoaomy In bis library fund Mr. Schwab Is able to build a bigger house than Mr. Carnegie's. By all, means, ladles, adopt the reform dress, proposed by a Cincinnati woman. Making and all, It costs S1.25. -Emperor 'William Is reducing his weight by violent exerci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 July 1902

tUTO IfaiHRllSEBY OLD CLOCK A TACTOR IN RcM AHTJC STORY. "tx I PitheUc Tale of Sa--Hawiinfl In the Life of Mlse Patsy Coleraln cf Bardstewn, Ky-Story ef rorty Year Age. . " (Special Letter.) DOZEN ailes perhaps, east -of Bardstowa, Ky fn-aseqaeBteredaelgabo hood, reside Nathan fini. rain, childless -widower oz aranced age, aad his madden sister, -who Is bow past middle life. Tho Coleraln resldeace la an old-fashioned, sapreteatloQS farahouse, situated la the midst of a, rerdaat lawnshadowed by heavy follaged forest trees. 11188, Patsy Coleraln. er "Aunt Patsy," as she is fa- Si Miss Coleraln Forty Years Ago. atOiarly known to her neighbors and friends, is a lady of great refinement, bearing traces of a Temarkable youth fnl beauty. She is Tery quiet and an cbtroslve end has sot gone beyond the precincts of her own yard for aearly forty years. There Is tragic history connected with her estrangement from the world that would afford rich material for a thrilling romance. In the spacious...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 July 1902

r E It isrBeggested test if Aadrew Caxnese rseliy fears to die ric 6e sit-boM a woriT fair. De jBOSeKoes serer slftep? asks aa- 'iaxkHtt ' coateffiporary. Never wWHe toh are trying & slep."7 - , . - , . 'Yeaexaess is reported to be In a sUte of siege. ' Heretofore It has senferajly beea la sUiftof chaos A cftieea of Tacema. 'feas wM an araeate "mlae for.JWW. Tafs to the biggest transaction iH.'jrftqn" for qalte a spell. The ballooB aad parachute method offcommltUas aaldde still appears to ,ae qalte popular throughout the .'COBBtry. Mary MacLane has made bo much svont of her book that theubUc la la Immlaent peril of other authors of fier sort. - Spain has aa arerage of 3,500 hours of saashlae a year. Statisticians hare , seyer figured oa Kentucky's average of. moonshine. A New York man has refused to Barry a girl because, she has red hair. loor girl! There Is nothing left for her- bow but to dye. Young King Alfonso has the appearance of being weak In the knees, although I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 August 1902

- ...-fS-i, --- , --. . HHr i. " Br jH I k a. cSHv i BI r r fFJri -t ""irS1"- r H . 1 tx B-lT I r jmT js V llLBy3n--Brxjjij. f.x7Tr nk ;",.- c PtamaH B .wV aaauB-LflP H aP-! L"!?23 - sv N. f . x. ,t t' -- "y frgf gM -r-vgMrBi x y,M -. M ipj flHrV V'TrsL I fc. HEW TO TI-3E 2IVI. Voivn. CHICAGO, AUGUST 9, 1902. No. 4L JUDGE EDWARDS. DUNNE'S ADJ UD1CAT40N OF OLD HAM CAR-TER'5-1WE.L U1T HAS PAS8EO INTO HISTORYY, AND THE .. BOYS ARE ON THE RUN. Tuesday Rftenwo-T, July 29th. 1902. Old Ham Carter's famous libel suit Jake Harris, who Is Boss Robert E. Burke's colored servant, who is ever j-lnst JhHbs F. Taylor ame np be- -.ay to brand every person as a S fore Judge Dasse. We -waived a jury J of a b- unless they ran. drink trial in order to get right down to bus i Mrs. Rebecca Shrinratine vtn I , rum Ham was elates to ee -irs. jpsssy Brown's dasher, warthe first witsess for Old gta, and froa hastening to end she sjtied from the truth faster than tweaey devils cas ran- She swore that Old Ham ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 August 1902

FTA. 4 .1 , 'O' - f-. r . V. IK;-. iM ?. -ST . ,,-Jt, A-. ntt& 'Ma 1HE BROAD AX. i WJUULIiT. S&s Priests, er tar Mac " aiao. Ax ta a STat per -whws plsttom . SOTM Basaa tar .erar niwm me ifea&feeesiraeawasftHw. 1 jpl ' m - -ir - dbttiteet have say. ?. Vmitti lnTni T tttil Mmmnim-r 4ft eat sttuMetfl'bpga Whereat blows In the choice fejiKeeeaeele.eftae'pa. t jrwahip Al .the stately pitcher plant mwiimen tidTtH iSsrj: asau: a3c. me lxxavx atbwwb, Gxsuaa jeTIM F. TJtTLOB. Whor ud rnbHaaeB, sat, manV of our sheep goats. Kith of tae Motion Sold la Larse Cities Is tke Meat of LiiMi- . Aagoraa. Among steekmea it is notorious that a great deal of seat that k sold for prime anttoa in St. Louis, Chicago, IJoHisrflle and Kansas City is really Angara goat meat jast as good-eating and far more profitable to the stockmen by reason of the greater valae of the fleece, mohair against wool, says the Kansas City World. - The Angora goat-raising interest s -steadily g...

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