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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 27 December 1902

3E. mi, l"ierj '. II "ofeJ 'di(. I3! 4(1 No bo of ber ai Re re Era Sta JJBl R. k few "hA ilrJ Cp! B auregard F. Moseley, Teacher, Iti .rani F Moseley, the subject i - t h is a native of Georgia. I r vi. I his education m the public 1 . - f his native state where he i irn.un- iaiiK". rtiier severing nis nr-1 n with the schools he en r il imhtiis holding several positions ru- under the national government . Orleans. Eai. in the "90s Mr. Moseley tiring tht South moved his family North. tlinp: in Montreal Canada. The iiifr- if the Northern city proved mi mu h for Col Moseley, consequent- h- -oon nought the more congenial inin of Chicago. Nnin after settling in Chicago. "The nwauo Republic." a lusty journalistii- .n'iT made its appearance with j h. hiMling Colonel at Its helm The urnaliMir craft was piloted fearless- ?n.l ik ossfully until 1896 when ' fWl of journalism was forsaken 4t f BelSE JnH - JFfflMBBBBBBBHrri BHflBJp T ..BHjMdHnflftS Hn. JBBQn uvJtF..flBBBBr v.9BBBl "J fhr 4EflB9f...

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. — 27 December 1902

THE BROAD AX. PUBLISHED WEEKLT Will proamlsite and at all Uran nphld 'he true prindplM of Democracy, but CaUmllc. Proteitant, Prlrvta. Inflrleln, Farmer. 81drI Tairra, Republi can. KntcbU of Labor, or anrnnr eUe can bar their nay. no long their language la proper aDd re pontibllltj la fixed The Broad Ax In a new paper whnoe platform 1 broad enouch for all, (Ter claiming the editorial right to cpeak lt own mind. Local communications will recelre attention Write, only on one tide or the paper. Subscription mart be paid in advance On Tear t2.(l Six Months loo Advertising rate made known on application. Addreca all communication to THE BROAD AX WHO Armour Arenue, Chicago. THE ROAD OUT OR THE WAY TO NEGRO, By POLITICAL FREEDOM FOR THE ' and divisions for joars to come, a DOCTOR HOWARD S. TAYLOR. they cannot expect any recognized placo at the Republican pio counter. A few official jobs, mainly of the cus- JUt IDS F TAVLOR, Edit -r and ruUber. Entered at the Port Office at Chicago, 111., a...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 27 December 1902

-Infill! TT, W-.I , sfc"' ',- iK-in' 1" :t-n "" L rtul . tr . in-' - of the women's i alone from a civic the character of the ih them, makes them Impendent and above lops useful improve rs woman's influence ,nt of all protects the -on from low stand- Ltoric FOK ' t" -ull- I' i -!!' r an n r a. iiu- an TS AND LESSONS XFRO-AMERICAN RACE. ilul opinions of ignor white people have in many young Afro urod of the whites. ,er forget that there i who long before and for freedom.endured and even martyrdom who now enjoy the sacrifices. As late -eon men mobbed, tar rod, ridden on rails, ind whipped for advo-.- of the oppress! m they had never even im in Central and Ncr v lit-ro almost unanimous to- are given at every li Vernon. Ohio, one i s called popularly. the I urch Congregational v i idows broken, defaced ' mobs during nnti-slav-and those foul markings i- remained as evidence '. church people not snf . pairs to be made. i spirit is in us yet as treatment of the poor i!tios proves "but they...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 27 December 1902

F THREE NEEDED CHANGES IN OUR LAWS. By MAJOR R. R. JACKSON. MRS. CARRIE WARNER. Mrs. Carrlo Warner who Is one of the wide-awake Afro-American busi ness Women of Chicago, was luirn in the little city of Troy, Lincoln county. Mo. She received her education in the schools of her native city. After budding into woman-hood she and hor mother removed to the city of St. Iiuls. where they resided for twelve years. While living in the last named city in order to earn an honest living Mrs. Warner labored very hard. She was not above washing and ironing for many wealthy families of that Mrs. Warner, decided several years; ago to learn some trade or profes sion so that she could earn an imle- , pendent living for herself: consequent v she devoted her spare time to Mudving the art of manicuring ami f&cia'l treatment and little over -me vearago she graduated from the Moler college. 435 Walwsh avenue, an.l without the least doubt she has thoroughly mastered her profession. The first of Octolie...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 27 December 1902

A REVIEW r he Mot Important Happcninos In All Department of the World'. Activity Briefly Noted. COA.L STUIfLE. i-oal miners begin conven mokin. Pa., to force recogni tion of union. May 9-Unlted Mine workers executive comm.ttee orders big strike involv ing 147.000 men in anthracite coal re gion. 12 Strike begins, closing 357 collieries in Fa, anthracite fields. Jun. 22 Pres dent Mitchell issues public appeal for arbitration. Jul. 8 American Federation of La bor offers financ.al JO"' chell. aid to miners as nke lasts. - Roosevelt Invites operators M.tchell to discuss at the . means of ending str.ke. house conference Mitchell's iccept arbitration by Pres. rejected by operators, who de- . ,.ops to enable reopening of v-ne (Pa.) orders out entire mill on (or service In anthracite coal refuses Pres. Roosevelt's re- : -nd strike on promise that a commission would investigate 4Eg -' ofltT i in 1 rr it-- H- , -.,,1- ;-M i r-i : n . n n. r- grievances Immediately. '.-rence in New York between...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 27 December 1902

M.I.I1. .. r-H Dr. Joseph A. Kelly Hours: Until 9 a. m. 1 :." to :i:30, 6iW to8 p. m Phone 24H Green 430 Thirty-Fifth St. Hours 9 to 11 a.m., 8:90 to 10:: p. m. By appointment Phone 12 South 3455 Cottage Grove Ave Free Telephone 194 South Dr. A. B. Schultz Physician and Surgeon. Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. 3 to 5 anil after 6 p.m. 2719 State St J. E. JONES LAWYER 79 Clark Street Room 9 Chicago JAMES B. WHITE LAWYER Residence 4232 Wabash Ave Suite 411-59 Dearborn St. Tel Main 1690 Chicaco UiLES t DEVINE IEREM1A i a CTCONNOl Tel. South 185 Dr. A. Wilberforce Williams Physician and Surgeon. Office: 2S40 State Street Hours: 9 loll a in. 2 to 5 p m. tt::X) to 8:30 p. m. Phone Wentworth 3(!2 Residence H510 Langley DR. A. L. SMITH Ass't. County Physician Cook County Hours: 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to 4 p m. 7 to 9 p. tn Office Co 29th&StateSt Residence: 3530 Dearborn St Phone Oakland II6S Hours: until 9 a. m. and after 9 p. tn. Tel. 185 South Robert M. Mitchell Attorney at Law Suite 9. No. 77 South C...

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 January 1903

HEW TO THE LIN.E. Vol. vm. CHICAGO, JANUARY 3, 1903 No, 10. 1 THE WASH WOMEN BELONGING TO BETHEL CHURCH ASSISTED REV. LONGREEN ABRAHAM LINCOLN MURRAY TO RAISE $35 FOR THE PURPOSE OF FIGHTING THE BROAD AX. When The Broad Ax first began to hold up to the public gaze the Im moral acts of Rev. Longreen Abraham Lincoln Murray, he contended: "That it was nothing but a little dirty "Nig ger' sheet, that It could not hurt him as no-one read it" But as it con tinued to refer to nis short comings it heated him up one thousand times hotter than the flrey furnaces in which the three Hebrews were chuck ed according to the story in the Bible It has shown to the world that at heart Rev. Longreen Abraham Lin coln Murray is a savage. For Instead of denying the alleged charges which The Broad Ax has brought forward against him; he has stood up In his pulpit or Bethel Church and threaten ed to murder or shoot us too death; and yet he has the nerve, the brass and the gall to claim: that he Is a Chistia...

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 January 1903

6- c. SITE OF NAYI YAEJ). bot& ia Washington Records as RsfierratkiL ITe. 14. t BUM u XnteresttaacIUatQrr'Wnieb , fx Mart Interest ln-Ir Relate by u Old DUtrlct'Hea ldent. EBpecdal Wasalngtoa Ietter. THIS is the story of "Beservation 14," as described on the origi nal maps of the city of Wash isgton, by the- engineer L'Enfant, in 1798, confirmed by Washington, March S, 1797, and adopted by congress in several enactments The Taiious land reservations pro posed "by the wonderful genins who planned this beautiful capital city are numberedroh thVmaps, and-their-pro' posed uses described in voluminous note which accompanied the draw ings. "Beservation Hw was set apart for a- navy yard, and it was1 the pur pose of' the' delineator that there should 'also' ber located there ship baildig 'plants -of magnitude befitting the great nation which he believed would grow upon this continent. The navy yard has always been and is yeHocated otf"Beservation 14," and there is there' in operation a ...

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 January 1903

VIGOROUS APPLE- TREES. feme " -- -" w . rnlflA4 WL at Wdfc. a. Blows Down, am. 3sma ler Three acorn- & casa-jutcr. In the year 1727 an apple tree -was planted in Connecticut, near fiton ton. Three years afterward it js grafted, as. i& supposed, with crjons from a Boxbury russet tree. In the great September gale of .1815 tie tree was mown over, out lived for threescore y.ears longer before the body succumbed to decay. At ge same time, one of the branches jiat touched the ground took root jsd a rigorous sprout grew up. Grad aally the old trunk decayed and ten rears later was.entirely rotted away, irhile, like the mantle of Elijah fall ing on Elisha, the whole treetop was left resting upon the young sprout. with its new, strong roots. The tree, ifter its prolonged life of a century and three-quarters, is, or was re cently, nourishing with renewed vig or and bearing fruit. The orchard of the writer's father contained an apple tree whioh was uprooted in the same memorable gale of...

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 January 1903

s. K "I I 'v. '? f - - r .T THE BROAD AX. PUBUSHBD TOEEXLY. Wffl BrocBSleat cs& all Bsm sp&old tte trot Enacts. Zs&4l.ftnBer, Steel TDn,BepublJ csBa.XaS&taoi Labor, or S7 0B ! eastin SSe.MtatH ttetr lasf&ic U proper and rwpongbOitrSteM, broad eaossb far aH. rrar rlilmtng tb dltorial rlrt to tpeax t owa mlad. Local uimiimilfflHTf vfll rtofttT altasttoa. TTrftaoBlroDoaaal&aotthapap, HnlnrrTjtlfiTii ttttuT hit rttil fn ilmitt TwtiriBjr rate side known on application. jdraUoBHWHTTrilfitlrfflito TBS- BROAD AX GOdO Armoarl.Twa,Clileaxo. JOLTUB r. TATLOB, Editor and PnbUihcr. Eatmd at the Pert OSke at Chicago, HL, as ecesd-du Mititr. CHIPS. Christmas day ve ceased our labors long enough to go down, to 29th and Dearborn streets to hunt up some new evidence against Bev. Longreen Abra ham Murray and while on our way to that locality we called to pay our respects to Mrs. Robert A. WIUIamB and her handsome nelce Miss Slaugh ter, 3544 Dearborn street Mrs. Wil liams who su...

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 January 1903

vj --" BLEW TO TOBCE LINE CHICAGO, JA&UARY 10, 1903 No.lL VoLvm. II JaVBBBBs HBIm raBBBBl! & eS-BBBBbV H, CH FBBBBbY B?rfrSiic'lBBiTBBBBB Tl""-X4lBrJ- bbbbbbbW'v .bbbbbbbV bbbb laBBBBBax bbbbbk fSbbbbbbp bJ''b1bbbbSbbbbbbbI HhIP' ' "g Bl TySr j"iiy lv. RICHARD. E.. MOORE,. ONE. OFT CHURCH, FAILED TO KEEP HI8 Tuesday, December 2nd, two days after Rev. Longreen Abraham Lincoln Murray (who has no more moral jight to stand np in his pulpit and raise his hypocritical Toice to the living God than the devil has in conducting a Sunday School) declared that before the next Sunday he "would redden his large corn field or cotton picking hands in our blood" or words to the E. Moore, who claims to be the super' iatendent of the Sunday School of Bethel church, and .one of Its head or shining lights, because he is a big Mason, you know, in his mind, for the express purpose of learning the actual facts respecting the part he played in attemotinK to incite or cause the . . - members of Bethe...

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 January 1903

-"Ji ll i ! ,i ii - SEPE OF NAVY TAED. hewa la Washington Records as Reservation So. 14. :t Rm sua lalerertlasHlatory "Which ! Most latereatlaR-ljr Belated bx sua Old District Res ident. Special Washington Letter. r-HIS is tie story of "Eeservation I 14 as described on the origi n&l maps of the city of Wash ington, by the engineer L'Enfant, in 1798, confirmed by Washington, March 2, 1797, and adopted by congress in several enactments. The Tarious land reservations pro posed by the -wonderful genius who planned this beautiful capital city are numbered on the maps, and their pro posed use described in voluminous notes which accompanied the draw ings. "Beservation 14" was set apart for a- nary yard, and it was the pur- pose of the delineator that there should also be located there ship building plants of magnitude befitting the great nation which he believed would grow upon this continent. The navy yard has always been and is yet located on "Eeservation 14," and there Is there in o...

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 January 1903

VIGOROUS APPLE TREES. e B conneUemt That Wero Blown Down, Bat Survived for Three Score Tear Alter. In the year 1727 an apple tree wa anted in uonnecucut, near Stan ton. Three years afterward it erafted, aa Is supposed, with , ons from a Boxbury russet tree.' the great September gale of 1815 , he tree was blown over, but Jived fa threescore years logger before it body succumoea to decay. At ' e same time one of the branches ' t touched the ground took root I s rigorous sprout grew up. Grad- Hv the old trunk decayed and ten irs later was entirely rotted away, le. like the mantle of .Elijah fall- on EUaha, the whole treetop was resting upon the young sprout. ith its new, strong Toots. The tree, ier its prolonged life of a century three-quarters, is, or was re- atly, flourishing with renewed vig- and bearing fruit. The orchard of the writer's father stained an apple tree which was prooted in the same memorable Je of 1815, says a Hartford corre- nxmdent of the Farmer, but a mass of earth...

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 January 1903

M : t f--- .r' THE BROAD AX. FUSUSBXD VButQpn)gttiTiartiattol,toMtfcba tttsct&es rf XMsaaenar. fertOaafcoUePrototteBta, Srtes,Isalila. Tanners, Stejl. Taxers, BejmbU riini ffnlfliWrrf Later, or asjeme U can bare tbelr sy7saleo fcefr Usfacc J proper and mpaSmttr & TfeaBroaSAxt a BnoevteN platform la broad Bimnrti for iS, erer dtlartng & editorial rih to speak its ova ssis6. Xoeal eeaatalesiiees wtH inti ttttatton. Write ealjreao&a side of tfe paper. BrtwerttWrmiasat be psM Insatiate. 8tz 1UbUmH ...., , tiro , 1.00 i rates mags taiorn on application. jhfM allfffmffna)iiafyma fri THS- BROAD AS KM9 Arsonr Ararat, Cfilceco. ' JTJLITJB' F. TAYLOB, Zdttor sad PnbUs&er. Eatered at tie Pod Office at Chfcago, GL, Secoad-dui Matter. CHIPS. " They say that Rev. Jack-leg Preach er St David Ranting Wilklns, whose relations with women would not look very well In print, and Mrs. Pasty Dean will appear before the next Cook County Grand Jury for the purpose of getting Julius F. Ta...

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 January 1903

SBV Ao if $7 BBBBB! I JBBBBBBBB 1 BiBYBSBBttfew BBfc-MtaMSVBPBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr L flBiBBBBBkBB' jr. (r rM BLEW TO THE LINE. vol. vm. CHICAGO, JANUARY 17, 1903 No. 12. WHITE PEOPLE ARE MI8TAKEN. The Conservator has a large nam- Kr of readers among the white peo- & of the city and state, and from Krious sources -we learn they are fcrgely Interested In watching the out- cojae of the present ugly preacher fceamdal. u Among our white readers, -who are t iking a lively interest in the matter, re students of the University of Chi cago, who iseezn to have gotten the yea that nearly all colored people are town on The Conservator for expos- a most detestable crime, dellberat- tt carried en In the temple of God, Iby a man in the garb of a preacher of the gospel, to whom our best wo men and pure girls are taught to look for spiritual and moral guidance. Mr. Robert Johnson, of this unl- rerity informs us that the students. discussing this awful condition of things In ai.large Negro church, as...

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 January 1903

1 r H THE BROAD AX. ruBLisax) vnoBO.r. UB9 IS JjKwTor man? ww w mv tfeetrnr.aalaazu aKruatup uprepersne rorpoeattBKyusxsa. TsaBresdAxl a mmmittrtMt pUtformU tlleoasafor H.w cUtefeg- thswHterUl IXXMl HMIIIHMIllf' 'VfH TSOttTO atSeSBOB. Wrtt only oo oa H&a et Ifes paper. BofeeripttoBi raartb pM la adTaace. OaoTasr.... BtxMnptfw.. .COO . 1.00 AdVertfaifiC ratea made known on application. Asdreaaaa'wjiiiiimritrttlonato TH BROAD AX 8649 Arsurar Itom, Chicago. JULIUS T. TXYLOB, Editor and PubUiser. Eatered at the Pert Office at Chicago, DU a Secoad-class Matter. TaTfclBg Too V sea. Many stories are told to fRustrat the folly of a tongue that wags too freely, sad. the point Is one -which seeds to be emphasized to the atten tion of humanity. Not long ago a neat'and well-dressed girl was ar rested in New York on a charge of shoplifting, and her appearance was so greatly in her faTor that the po lice were about to release her, be lieving that a mistake had been made. Then ahe opened her m...

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 January 1903

HEJfflERS OFCOHGRESS. Sesator Hoar is well-to-do. His . - has beea in comfortable cir-ft-stanees for generations. He has Srtd carefully, though well, and his aons u vwo.. ""k- fr with time. BOliard experts in congress yield k nalm to Senator Mallory, of Flor- i yt whose work with the cue is of rt tfee'aiffhest order. Only Congressman Cochran, of Missouri, and Congreas kmn Lanham, of Texas, are supposed to be in his ciass, sou uuui conceac tie Florida man's superior skill. The roll call of millionaire senators fa the Fifty-eighth congress -will jfcnd about as follows: Clark, Han , Denew. Piatt, Kean, Dryden, El yiBS, Bard, Kerens, Perkins, Wet sore, Proctor, Scott, Quay,. Alger, ,d Addicks. Perhaps about one sen- tor in every six is a real live million- lire. Senator Dubois was feeling a bit L cot of sorts and on the advice of his physician went to Atlantic City for tome sea air. now uju jruu mane oat?" the senator was asked on his return. "Not very well," Dubois re died "You see, 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. — 17 January 1903

CHIPS. Baward M. LaMff, bstb, "that Mayor Carter H. Harrises, "wfll be re BoaalBated aad re-elected chief ex ecHtlTe of this city for the foaxth time, that so far bo oae has appear ed above the borisoa -who Is strong encash -with the Basses of the people to lay oBt the man of "Deetiay." Hike J. Walsh, who made the race twice for Alderman la the 39th ward may again this spring go up against Alderman M. Mclneraey, or whoever receives the nomination from the hands of the leaders of the Demo cratic party. Mike Walsh Is not a dead one by a long shot. Alexander Dnmas Watklns, the first and only Afro-American to teach or Instruct to students at the Princeton University, died recently. He was very proficent In the science of histol ogy, and for the past two years Mr. Watklns, was an assistant In the bio logical department where he made many clever experiments. James A. Qnlnn, City Sealer of Chi cago Is leaving no stone unturned In an honest effort to apprehend and bring to the bar of justic...

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 January 1903

4.4 i. Jv HEW TO THE LINE. Vol. vm. CHICAGO, JANUARY 24, 1903 No. 13. NO WHITEWASHING. WILL GOOD PREACHERS SHIELD SCOUN DRELS? WILL ELDER GAINES BE A PARTY TO A FARCE? A FILIPINO WANTS TO KNOW." Mr Editor: The rumors have been i tying thick and fast all -week, so that I hardly know how to take my text to day. I hare one In mind, but it does sot seem possible that it would be seeded In a progressive town like Chi cago, or in such an intelligent body as the Methodist Church. The text I thought of reads something like this: -Don't whitswash." I say I don't want to think that such text is needed. For the good name of the Church and the race I don't rant to think that a decent man or woman caa be found In Chicago who would shield a moral reprobate a preacher who uses his pulpit for a cloak and spends his time in ruining young girls and debauching young women and befouling men's homes. There is not a bit of difference be tween such a preacher and the one who. knowing his guilt, would "whi...

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 January 1903

u THE BROAD AX. FCBLXSBXD WJ&EKLX. V9 a and at aH tessas BheMh trot prted; Pxlefti at of Demoerao-. bat CMseHea. Protaetanu. eats, la&Sata.rarsieri, Steele Taxera, Bepaw I- 1M OX bar. rx- tumt alas aabirt tteirsay.aoiaeff as ts raapoaafeUUylsgxaa. '.aaloef w tsalr laaguag U proper and Tbe Broad JLx la nevcpaperwneaa pUUnrmb broad enorah tor aH, arer old rat rig tbe editorial rlfifct to apeak fta own m!sd. local comimmUaMoBa wHl rtcelTa attention. Writs only go one aids of the paper. Ssbieripti&a east ba paid la adnata. Osa Tear. ta.co StxKamss 1 00 Advertises rate mads known oo application. Xsdreaa alt coB&nalcaUena to THE BROAD AX SMS Armosr Avcbbs, Chicago. JUtrtTB T. TATLOB, Editor aad PnbU.her. EakmJ At tie Poet Office at Chicago, I& as Secd-dass Matter. TaTlrlBar frjp Mueh. Many stories are told to Illustrate 'tt felly of a tongue that wags too freely, aad the point ia one which seeds to be emphasized to the atten tion of humanity. Not long; ago a nest and '...

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