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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 July 1903

BV BlfSY DAYS IN ASBIffGTON -Ary aid' Pwt 0c Sfcaafa Xh$ - Tkimp m the Here. Defalcation r DUrtrlet et CelnmBta (Mclal MaJ. Cea. Heyweod to Retire froJBXarlae Corps Peetal Scandal Gossip. WaahlngtoBj The District o Cotembia tea "had a shoek from which. It will not recover for a loss time. Thieving has been discovered In the offices of the District of Columbia, and the oircurastances are bo extraordinary that the "worthy citizens who have been congratulating themselves for years on the Immaculateaeas of Junes H. A. Watson, Jr. (e raunlcip&l govenuneat are rubbing their eyes to find whether they are awake. A young man named 'Watson, Just barely of age, has been in charge of a fund in the auditors office which re sulted from payments made by citizens obliged to pay one-half the cost of laying sidewalks in front of their houses. This sum is pretty large, bat it seems to hare bees shoveled into a drawer and into the bask and out again with hardly any record except what young ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 11 July 1903

ILLINOIS BRICK C K.C7CQNNSI IWiliHrtifd in. Tkmt OaUud xgo-isr Firry cchts for two Bxptaaattoa. ifrayif. rr cswtfrr board oteskS' Tk&mrmtr ite drew nearer Jm. JNwwrMU wHh a UlUe Xsa. -Otnaat && art getiiac Iarer. WiMiiHiiT.,8taJf PKOOST . THH COSTRART. John J. Dunn Wkolaaal. IICOAL rfetlllWOOD oapft or THE OAD AX. mm & o'cohmi mutEYS T uw fUHB 3(e330 KHAPBR BLOCK Cktie aad Vaaafafta Sib. Fifty eae Ik- two eofjtee at The ' Bros Ax. la riter to aoaHrtate " fi fae ftefe, tw nt eheerfaMy say tWHN eea4s eaah Sr two ? af'3e grac Ax, acted Decesrter J. Fif ty-rirat St. and Armeur Atb WILLI AjM C. KOESTElt. SUPINTCNDENT. . m M4Jt7 13, lm. Te aeaers -a fat aecd eeadHioa aa' h S11 YS:1 d SL aad Arawar Are. CHICAGO will"!! forwarded far the saate. Met Ml. OBGAQt, tl;- - Y-' CHIPS. ,aM4By haettiag 43rd. street :3aWrWeBMarts ttaewga te geod aaaae: , jafrct&ae-aa ler eaftnaaUoa la tie eosacojirt JaTy .aaB0teet7rttk aay oppottea as the Ua...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 July 1903

; pf J ' aaajMMfcV . ; - HEW TO IBEE LINE. TokYUt . ceo:c.co; JTfLY 18, 1903 3ft:.3a.m ---.aaai maaaaaaa VaMi 1 aaaa x aaaaaV. lEaaaaaaar jHHBHBHk h fSmaaaar I c jt Jaaaaaai VafiHF X aaaaaamw X. N aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.aaaaaL aaaaawSv.9aaaa9aaaar p .aa?aaaaaWaaaaaUlaaV-!aft2aar Gkj-vSaaaam. xaaK aaaaflaW. - ir I SIDE. FLASHES ON Kr4E!r4G PREACHERS, AND THE MEETING OF THE AFROiAMERI- . CAN COUNCIL. Louisville, Ky., July 13, 1903. Julius F. Taylor, Editor of The Broad Ax, Chicago. r Your (earless attacks upon those in the pulpit, forces the respect of sober minded men. Too many of the socalled preachers of to-day among our race are worse In their blighting effects upon face progress than were the medicine men among savages sV century ago. How can a man who is violating the commandments handed down through the centuries; who is secretly violating daily the laws of the land; who is to all purposes maintaining a harem, properly direct and adyise his people? It cannot be done. In our bea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 July 1903

tt' E BROAD AX. jarj-uLaaf'ar,ararViMi j" ojav HMOMtwi isiaeNMBor. tkoaaUieeaTaaM. &? - AArarttataci TSSIXOAOAX rATasK,ChlNte. - BETOB T. TAYLOB, WIHinnlntHrtiir. t stePsttOssce at Cakafe, THTgATBR AHD OPERA. valuable manuscripts of Pales trina have been stolen from theeaurcb aC St Job Laieraa la Some. Aao jske misting documents la tie original ere' ef. the Tmproperia," first perfermed 1a 15W before EopePias XV. .'Word eomes from France that apos--taamoas -work, a mass by PoncbleW, -tie composer of "La CHocoada," has re cently been performed la Genera with pronounced success. The composition wrasJeft uncompleted, but was finished by Lorenzo FarodL The latest addition to -worthy dramatic literature la entitled "Draga of SezTiaJ and has to do, of coarse, -with the recent tragedy at the royal coartat Belgrade. The play !a la f oar acta, and Adolph Plerra and Barney Gerald take the responsibility for the authorship. Queen Draga la theprlaclpal character. The Art threater la ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 July 1903

TALKED OF IN WASMWSTON A Budget at Itsrtiat Gimiiam. tte KittftitT CajitaL Sestk S Harriet Iim -Vehastem call" tae IhinltiiHK Aaniialstraties aiU TMeUe the Ctrr ths. Xett Beaatifjett t&S WexM. W&sMHSttm. Harriet La&e Johnston, -who died a few days ago, Iras a graad dame who typla everythiag that was gradoas aad. easxmlag la tie woman of Washington -before the war. She was the niece of James Bachanan, aad when a little girl she was adopted by her bachelor ancle, having been left a& orphan with amsle fortune. She Haniet Lsns JeimaeH. UTed with Bsehanan until he died, aad she was with him first when he was secretary of state, then as minister to England and anally as president of the United States. It was a rare experience for an American girl In those days or in any days for that matter and Harriet lane for that was her name lived folly up to It While hsr nacle was minister to England she was a fascinating figure la London society. When ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 18 July 1903

CHIP. 8Me A. K. & pponohors trk) terec rear to leave ai fcaew hews for & efcHae or food leokiag sister. Last KaTSaafeflr iadsce Jaoob Felaaarg; triroeo ad aasears hi aaotkar eehuaa eC this par, te M Wb haw mm caiokees aad other groceries Vhioa 1a wasted to nee at hte orch aatertaiaHtaat that same right, the MU came to tweatyaa. dollars aad sixty ceats, aad this big fat preacher, crossed his false heart aad swore, to his God la tie preseace of the troaea who irere -with MM, "that he woaM pay Mr. Feiahaijthe aoralag -after the eatertsiaaeat -which was a great sHccess" hat j to-the preeeat tine this Immoral preacher aas failed to settle his aceoaat -with Mr. Feiaberg, who stay aaartly have this Big worthless preaoher arrested for obtaining goods aader false preteaces. VIsdom Comes by Reading. Stqp! Doa't worry yoar Meads and Belabors aboat what happens and what will take place in the future, Read good boohs aad papers and learn for yaarsetf it is a wise thing to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 July 1903

y - ' jomv mmV -- HEW TO THE LIWE. .- A tf -- "Vol. V i .1.1; Revs. lliritai Lincoln lorray, Archibald James Carey and Benjamin F. Moseley, Dislike to Pay Their Honest Debts. CoL Edward H. Morris was for some years prior to the middle of 1902 at torney for Bethel Church, Quinn. Chapel and Olivet Baptist Church. . He alsa transacted the private or the special law business for Revs. Abra-J ham Lincoln Marray, Archibald James Carey, Jasper P. Thomas and Benjamin F. Moseley, and as time moved onward these preachers, their churches and Ben. F. Moseley became Indebted to Col, Morris for legal services rendered in behalf of the whole shooting match. Then the .officers of the churches mentioned, their pastors and, Bea F. Moseley absolutely rotrsed to pay him. and in order to collect his fees CoL Morris was compelled to bring suit against them in Justice Thomas BradweU's court, 128 Clark street The records in Janice BradwelTs court show that to the latter part of December; 1902, judgments we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 July 1903

"iv-v 3SS-J, n- "Kfc.r THE. BROAD AX.1 . jjtfu-mvwvwviT" i w ni at aH UmmviM jaa tew 3S?2wS?o2i ' fbft WtttOEtel achtte "SI neatre Wats ealy ea ee aide of Ike pare. aaBtBrlpMmiiWMtBejaMteawae. SBaSh THfllT . nnmimmmmnin -Ifnillie 1 OA 1BBJHHBfittMteitti iw - aaereiiiigixiuiiiinnlMMonite THEBROADA2 JULIUS T. TATLCHt, WHw mi gaMtaaar, at the Fast OS at Chleafe, 'OLas THEATER AHD OPSRA. Some rateable manuscripts of Palestriaa have been stolen from the church ef St. John Lateran is Borne. Arao .the missing documents Is the original ssora of the "Iraproperia," first per formed In 1599 before Pope Pins IV. "Word comes from France that a posthumous work, a mass by Poachlelll, 'the composer of "La Gtocoada," has reeently been performed la Geneva -with pronounced success. The composItloQ 'was left uncompleted, bat -was finished oyXoreszo Parodi. The latest addition to 'worthy dramatic Uteratare Is entitled "Draga pf Servia," and has to do, of coarse, "with the recent tragedy at the royal cou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 July 1903

ss!'-' -. TALKED OF IN WASHINGTON A Budget e Iatarwtiag Goasip frsm tkeatfeaaltfcjifad. Death of Harriet Laae Jeaastea'Kecall the 'Baehaaaa'Aaarfalstxatlon Weald Hake the City lite ' Meat Beautiful la the World. Washingloa. Harriet Lane Johnston, who died a few days ago, -was a grand dame ''who typified everything that was gracious and charming in the woman, of Washington tefore the war. She was the niece of James Buchanan, and when a little girl she was adopted by her bachelor ancle, having been left an orphan with amnio fortune. She Htrriet Une Johntfon. Uyed j Buchanan until he died, and she was with him first when he was secretary of . state, then as minister to England and finally as president of the United States. It was a rare experience for an American girl in those days-ror In any days for that matter and Harriet Lane for that was her name lived fully up. to it While her Hnde was minister to England she was a fascinating figure In London society. When Buchanan was given the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 25 July 1903

w..i I 'i W I A CHIP; Kbjb. Afeiaak Uateote Maw Sad ArcaifeaH Japes Carey are gettlag ready to eat aaok others' taroats is rJc W ee eleaUi delegate to U Ceaeral Goaferaaee afc eoaTeae. k tkfa oity la 194 Carey BaUeres taetrka aaosld ee seleoted aa a delegate ui Marray talaks taat be the proper persea, owisg "to sis tessera! baaracter, to be caosea aa a ielegate. Bat Tae Bread Ax will endearer to preyeat beta of taese soeaSed dlvtaea from sJttiag ia the coo- figreace aa delegates, for neither one of them is worthy to aave each high' koBors tkrast apoa him. Mayor Carter. H. Harrison is filling the varioas po6lUoas within his gift like sheep crossing the riTer one or two at a time. Monday night he made the foUowiag appointments: li ELGosselm, depaty comptroller; William F. Breanan, depaty commta- sfoaer of paMIc works; Tvinkua K O'CoaaeU, city gas Inspector; James C. Iteeley aad James M. Doyle, police magistrates, Despklnea Street SUUqa; Max Bberhardt, A- J. Sabath. Maxwell Street Stat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 1 August 1903

--- - , .'- rt"OVj- 5- aaaaaaaaataVaaafaWdiB. I'vuKk ftaaaaak jdaaaaaaasaak .pfiaaaaaak bii MFUn -aaaaw-- -aaaaaaaw. s bHHftA KVAjflr SHKBH mP !!SaSySNSaa5g BaaCy lmv H MrjKilBHFaaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaTjjFaaai itoyjwl Bffv rB. r" aaaaaaaa&!x.' , . -.- r HEW XO THE. LINE. -f- - VoLVTIIk, OH5CAQQ,TJfeaST 1, 19Qa. 1ST6. 40. inrty, M and Lpi Lai Is lorailg In Illinois lie Got Yates is Racing Qw tfie Country Nursing His Vice Presidential Boil. ' Anarchy, mob sad lyach. law with all of its hldeousaess again raised Its slimy and bloody head at Danville, m, last Saturday night A Negro by the name of J. D. Mayfleld, late of Evansvflle, Ind, became Involved In a quarrel with a white man by the name of Henry Gatterman, and iho former , polled oat his revolver and shot the latter dead in front of the saloon in which Mayfleld had been refused a drink. The officers of the law promptly arrested Mayfleld and lodged him in the city prison. Then the xaob consisting of over four thousand men ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 1 August 1903

K r THE BROAD AX. . - a - .aa.. StgLJg'S!: The dryness of the present summer StSwaFtoSgiygtSyS was the subject under discussion. Tie iuipcjiiiBiHitjrHteBd. jjjj - jjjy wiine, veered naturally ?4JUSSSgS5lj to tWampo of some of the sumMghttofpAittewiiaiiBd. mers of the past A clergyman then , xeesi MMArtmvfl tunMon. feld an appropriate story, says the PhflVtttaatfroaeeeiMectfttereer. j adelphia Record. -gmlwriyontMrteytMiBdTae. The 4 gammer I remember B?miSf!."!r?!r!!!!!??!"?"!?"'"""r! t ! wasfia & yaar & rat &m "o s00 .A.i1mttiliiiTagaBawaonsyitintteg. MSre nlf nnranrnnlnMrmi to TH BROAD AX JDUUH r . TATLOB, Ittat sad PgMtiDsr. Uwlat the Feet OSes at CUcags, Her VJctt at It, ', TAav!" she exclaimed, disgustedly, as she caae to the most Interesting . -part oaly to Tead, "to be continued," "I dont see why they can these things 'eeatinaed stories." !Ne?M queried fee? aasband, politely. -. No; they should be called 'discontinned stories." Philadelphia ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 1 August 1903

J- wmuSl Peqte"kad Eveab TaJkeel Of the HaBeal CapitaL at newlv ernattu vi .. il.:; . ""ssuiers go osL r tk- W ay4tSere ifflcers ef the ever 'Who-s -.mi aK waatr m f net wl, !4?" uv less . -i T" " 9 tae . w Ul ! A NEYTDJSEA'SE DlWoVEtiED Mr. Jwer S. Bklart Plaee J ICatfeasl Polities- Hew Geaeratlen ia eweria tie lArar-8ter Heats, Washington. isaisaa a TheaO, tie young attorney who aeted as conns! lor idsiral Sampson during tie Schley court f iaqulry, tag attracted attention la army aad aavy circles by announcing the discovery of a new olsease to 'which oaly those officers are subject who have served in the far east. Ike dls- e is Known as guamms. It takes its name from the Where tae rerm la fcetweeaiXRi ..,- aStSS ho B succeed MUee as lieutenant general, and nh.ir-WI iwm succeed Younjr ht, 7. Jf taaw.seryjce taSJ- . it to trae. Will . Z " 7" " a then were M JT v nmost ot whs ? ?! 7et -- St. Where TfewCtica QwimMi. island of Guam, most prevalent, bat St is sot unknown in the Philippi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 1 August 1903

.11.1 1C CHIPS. Tiariiairt-ThqefO JtoTrfcaet aartotf isu6i reseda; freTWag aa lyacMag ok als eokre iretksrs, TW-Xlif tieir Tetes, ties fce wffl kTe to tkiK tie-erM eft a a i - at. talk. JWbjrr tfM, W0 1 fejBiJKegroes by baralas them at tie ttak& .-. lta Hbokt time for :TP. 1. Jokseoij, CdtildV 9tR.iy!BdxiS, Hale tt. JPufcer. "J. Q. ThHnaan, Rer. R.- C. Ruffi, HeJehaj;G. JobCoL Leais Bj-Aatecaw aad Coapaay: ..te bM-setber- teJigsatfoa. aseetlag aghast aob aad lyack law, pass a lot o,aM;iaadIaE. reBoJHttpa6,.get pa joade o? Iobs wedJtJ?eechBs piea clQ6ft-Hp-0f aaU) aaetber Negro Is barmt at tfee;rtake ia 1L 2.? HJi-" ' "f r " " r " ' - , Sereml-yeara ago H. a SaMb, edits aa "paeUs&er o -tie Qasette, Cleveiasd, Objo, Tras a member of tbe iiftgtsiatpre of that state, aad formulated, a4& bad .placed ob, tbe, statute hooka, .the ureeeat, Aati-LaracalBg Lav e-Oak)..srhIoh aaakea each coaaty H-a&e-to the iteat el fife thousand doSara fe the fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 8 August 1903

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 8 August 1903

-. - BROAD AXym s jubm. thairMfeasuaffas wv r faralLrrer . S4 (HS0Stia. IboiT mi BlmMiiin M net WrteW eaeaaaWo erf ta paper, V9i TMOItw Hitnw1lilUmiiiumlTinHli!1niiirninm OMTi TBS BROAD AX BMflAaaereATw.Clblwign. JBLITJBT. gATLOB,HaraagnliHil)er. "Tsliirrif it the Pest Office at CsJcage, ': a,asSecs&chasKaltn Her Tlerr el It. Psnaw!" she exclaimed, disgusted--lyas she oaate to the'aost interesting part only to read, "to he continued," '1 -feea!t see -why they call these things 'continued stories.'" "No?" queried her husband, politely. "No; they should "be called 'discontinued stories.' "Philadelphia Press. Xotive li HIa Fellteaeaa. , little Theodore Shall I take your hat. Miss Peaks? Htss Peaks No, thank you; but -you're a poXte little man, all the same. ." JUtUe Theodore No; 'tain't that I -Just-wanted to get the hatpin to stick into Tommy. Me an' hira's goln' to hare a fight In the halL Tit-Bits. i" Revised1 Version. There was an old lady named Hupboard. Who west oae d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 8 August 1903

.-ama-----' i - "jTl t People as TaEkai Of the XatiMal CajitaL A NEW DISEASE DISCOVERED Xrs. James O. B---tB Place l national PoUtIo A. Kerr &. eratlon lm Fewer la tie Axxar Otaes -tents, "Washington. EUsha S. Theall the young attorney -who acted -as counsel ior Aaairsi Sampson during the Schley court of inquiry, lias attracted attention la army and navy Circles by announcing the dis--covery of a- new disease to "which, only those officers are subject who have served in the Jar east. The dis ease is known as yitmraTha Catch gnaraltis. Iviakea 'island of Guam, where the germ is most prevalent, bat it Is not unknown in the Philippines. Mr. Theall has been defending a young prognosticator of the navy who was brought up before a "'court-martial at the Washington navy yard on charges growing out of carelessness with his accounts, and in order to clear his client'he cited official reports and brought forward examples of officers who after service In Guam for a year or more had...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 8 August 1903

' -" - "--'" k . , . i .- .--..- -'- -.-- v-; '.- ' -.- K, wr .A mmmgmSBBSSeSS , , , , ; , XjMm, HJ ,t , , - CumJtAn. rfcawOail -a,'3V J.Hwulwr. li State street, S! Ktfaa WlffiMU tfi ba aatalA 'far BMWIWT aa tnfft. the Jaiiw Mt. WV W r8 lb- intotfi fas otter teenr isr eaafe M-oB'eaqr teras lira. Robert J. SoalatoB, West Mst iace, left for Colorado SrtagH, Cofo Wesaeeday ereaiag, waere sae . -win pass 'the Teaalader of tie sammer WH& er two sorb, Mr. Roalstoa, vbo Is cossected with tie -wholesale .grocery firm of -KcNei mgglas Cosjwky, vffl also leave for Coioraio -Jacob Felaberg, the big grocery deal'er, 31st aad State streets, will shortly feriafr wit agalast Rev. Abraham LIBeol& 'Murray to force that Reverend geatleaaa and high roller to pay a TjflT asoaatiag to ?2t60, for chickens' aaa other goods which he bought and ased when he gave the grand -blow-oat at Bethel Charca Thanksgiving ereaing, 1902. Lawrence A. and Mrs. Newby have agreed to disagree; In the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 15 August 1903

'V . - ? .5 . V . HEW TO;THB LINE. W -tflsBrnflmJslmimimb.. isflsflsmw. mmmMinlir mimm n3smV. ' ' snmfesnw ' m -jsmim agismmmmmmny. .smm. am PBTssmi ssmmlnl cmb j l. s ' -- -----M-Mnsamiimmi "ToI. VXEE. if ti mo cm sum -Written For- By Hans It may. be "well to commence this article by Baying that the writer was reared in. the south, that his sym paunes are naxurauy witn tne op pressed of nH countries; that Is the language of the immortal Thomas Paine, The world Is my country, and to do good Is ay reUgkm.' After the war, while clerking la a bookstore, several colored, men came to me with a request to teach them how to read and write. We are citizens, now, they said, aad we want to be good1 citizens. Yoa have always been oar friend asd bow we come to yoa for education. We know you are a democrat, hat yoa are opposed to say Mod of slavery . aad have always talked In favor of equal opportunities and rights for all men and women. My answer was, "I am only too glad to be of service to yoa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 15 August 1903

r s? u .- THE BROAD AX. TQB&BSKsb) VB yT6BJBW B8 Sfe SlI aeaeUtasl Klrti,TirHU.ynB8lBgto lK,8paUTTiillllif of Xafesr.er vm calm their w. a lesr tBto Uagwtf to prayer sad t nuii nniHiHIty to axsa. TfesSresdAxta sswpsgw gfce iilitfw ai to stead mesehfer aH.Tr nlitmkig1bedattol zlffc to (pesx Hi en stiad. WrJtai7Qnost49eftfespier. 8acerfte& sast bo patd fa adrasM. Osa Tear......... . - 1.W AdrerttategrateiinalafcBgTa opaypKostteB. Irt Ii iiw alii iriiiTinnliatlTni tn THE. BROAD AS JUUU8 T. TAYLOB, gdKarsaaPnUliHer. at tic Part Office at ChieafSb BL, as Second-cka Hattsr . Hamas Katare. Perhaps job sever noticed tt. Bat It's eospej anyway. The person ir&o acrtes with 70a In everrthtag you say "Wants to ret next to your coin. Or inake of you a tool; He either thinks you're f oolUh Or la himself a fool. Cincinnati Enaulrer. AWKWARD Visitor Is Mrs. Smith in? Bridget Yes, sur but she told me to tell you she was out Ally Slopen Hamas Xatnre. We search for ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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