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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 15 August 1903

HffiWIMES Gliapse t Life aa Pi& at tbe - a - HERNANDEZ,THE HAILED ONE Extraordinary Character et Vese- anelaa Mlalate.Mra. Caanmaa K. Parla afarrtage Caaaea Stir Marine Band Grew! Ol. Washington, Washington k to have tn acquisition id its diplomatic col ony thk wiatar la the person of Gem Jose Manuel Her aaaee, tie new minister 'fro a Veaesaeia, -who has just arrived with Ms eredea tlala. Heraandeaia oae of the most .ordinary characters la all America, ae- man that tarbu- Goa Jose lUasti' leat eonttaeat who Heraandee. J&A had' a more stormy career.- "He has gone through 60 many peritouf axperiencee that he Is commonly kawn la Mb otto coun try as "El Xocko" (the maimed oae). Be has followers -woo tresis' obey Ms slightest call erea . (hough he led them to death, and yet ha has little Impressive or inspiring about to the ordinary obsenrer just a plain, unas suming, rather shabbily dressed South American. Hernandez has been a revolutionist ever since he was 20 years old. He sot...

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. — 15 August 1903

r Tfee causes vhlcb. control the ebb aad flow of hHmanlty between city andcoua , CHIPS. THE DJFLUEHCE OF LASIX. ii- j vn L A. Cdu fcave KtrToXaIOeatr "a?L - .- im CMtrjr Where Tkcr la ejweea p y T",- r Boem tor Aettem. 4l9at aa street, ur. us . CoJata are wiMinr tke teeet Afro-Aa-ericas artists tais coaatry. Their rates Sor bwtractiea la ofl'paiatiag.tryareaaioasthesiost saMHeaadob. aa4 all Ma at faaey vwork. alca ? fiSS.!5-2? , H. . wu w i. w- ties la -rigor. 11 is dee to, tae axraaa aace of land for all the people, and the action and reaction between land sad Baa. The life of new countries Is rode, bat the nourishment la abundant, and the pare atr sends pure blood coursing throagh the veins. The resnltla a race of strongmen. 'When class distinctions are marked the sentry gala culture wlthoat losing strength. That la toe highest type of manhood. It was seen In the pre-AnguBtan age of Borne, In the chivalry of medieval western Europe, in the planters of oar own southern states In th...

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. — 22 August 1903

I V . v . V HEW TO T3BCE LINE. Vol. V'JLLL. , CHICAGO, .A.TTGRTST 22, 1903. No. 43- drums miciEis N Attended the' Sk Paul District Sunday School Conference Recently Held ' ' at Milwaukee, Wis. When the delegates elected to the St Paul-Chicago SBnday School DIs-. trict Conference 'which, assembled in St34arks A-1LR Church, "Milwaukee, Wis, recently, no one dreampt that half drunken preachers or preachers. who would become so fall of the fight ing Holy Ghost that they would cause or create a disturbance during the ses sions of the conference. In this respect tbe delegates and the many interested, visitors to the conference were griev ioasly mistaken however, for it ap pears that Revs. Archibald, James Carey, Bass, Jamison, Madison, Wis.; Butler, Minneapolis., who were guided by the wet Holy Ghost had made np their minds to bitterly oppose the re-election of Mr. Twiggs of Evans ton, 111., as president of the confer ence or as superintendent of the Sunday School Union for the coming yea...

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. — 22 August 1903

&-"-. B-. mr .." P-- -i , ? t ' V. .- . w& ?: r 9 W-ftr L- ' ' THE BROAD AX. BHaateJMQfDgftaCTq-.bgtCiMioHi.rrotitnnti. Fztotta. Isabel, Tamer, Stacte TM,XrabH nsni.Zalgfe e Xatar.er xee ! casferro Mray.wiiinn wretr iniuis wiuuyw aaa r atATTJIOAT) ADVERTISUfQ. Xmek to Reveal tna Beas- ties Travel la America. TbsSrsadAxls a Mwtpt$arvteM pUtfomto tread eBearb for &H,Ter aiihwtng MaedKariri xlgfet to apeak Its own stad. Iaaal rmnniimUatlnni wfll retire aKwrttan. Write osiy on oaostSa of the paper. .Ob Yes?... ...mm..... ...... SS.Ou ................ 1.60 iMM' AdTerttelaff rate sea raea oaeapUstlett. THZ. BROAD AX ' 860 Azs0srATessa,CfeJeatQ. JULIUB T. TATL0B, Ster asd FabUtber. Xafcd at tie Pad Office at Chkaga, VL,,aa Steoad-das Hatter. Hnmaa ftatBre. Perhaps you never noticed It, Bat It's gospel anyway, . The person -who agrees with ytra In everything you say Wants to set next to your coin. Or make of yon a. tool; ' ' Be either thinks you're I ooUsb Or Is himself a fooL C...

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. — 22 August 1903

WASHINGTON STORIES Glimpse ef Life aad Paejle at tie Katfea's Capital. HERNANDEZ, THE MAIMED ONE Extraordinary Character of Tea. saelaa Mlalater Stra. Caskataa K. Paris' Karriaare Caaaea Stir STarlae Band Grewlas Old. Washington- Washington is to hare m acquisition to its diplomatic col ony tnis winter la the person of Gen. Jose Manuel Her nandez, the new minister from Venezuela, who has just arrived with his creden tials. Hernandez is one of the most mV - - J 1 il i 1 characters in all L South America. There is no man in all that turbu lent continent who has had a more Ceo Jase Manual Heroancei. Etonny career. He has gone through so many perilous experiences that he Is commonly known in his own coun try as "El Mocho" (the maimed one). He has followers who would obey his (lightest call even though he led them to death, and yet he has little Impressive or inspiring about to the ordinary observer just a plain, unas nmlng, rather shabbily dressed' South American. Hernandez has been a r...

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. — 22 August 1903

A . -Sk -J Iff-' &J FS i$ "cmik."1 "" " reappears that hereafter bo more -whMe me&ea priseaers Will be'fioe gal hy'tSe GhristiaHs of Georgia, '& theBSrtn coatlaae to beat of whip Nejjpo wiwnoa prteoaers just the same. Tfeatte justice with a Tengeaee. Mr. H. ft Piersoa, a real estate ageat of Guthrie, Oklahoma, is speadlag: his vacattoa la the city, and is greatly eHcoeraged -"with the busi aess that is being carried on by Ne groes. 'He'ls stopping -with friends at iWS-Dearborn street Dt.A.B. Schultz, 2719 State street, fe'serioBsly 111. -For several 'days the dehors1 'were fearful that she wouTa pass oa Into the next world, but they bow claim that she Is on. the road-torecovery ; that within a short time she will be able to go forth and administer o the rick. Jofia J. Hayes, member of the firm of J. -J. Ryan & Company, 68 West Mosroer street, manufacturers of brass ajbdete-and patterns. Is devoting all offals time to business this summer, while his bookkeeper and the...

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. — 29 August 1903

-, M m HEW TO THE LIISTE. Vol. VJLUL. CHICAGO, T3p-TJST 29,' 1903. No. 44'. i -J v Doctor H.C. Cress, Is Not the Rev. Archibald' James Carey's Pliant Tool. . lCotnany our8 after TP Broad ix Bade its Appearance last Saturday owning many erf the members of Qan Chapel where up in arms, some of tem were good and ready to lay tots, their little Jesus In order to rtlp be for referring" to the actions ot Bev. Archibald James Carey, dur- jjg the sessions of the St Panl-Chi- 0, Sanday School Conference yei ires held at Milwaukee, Wis., weir In this connection It may not be oat of place to state that on Thurs day evening, July 9, which was after the close of the conference referred to, Mr T. J. Hunter, whom we hare been acquainted with for some time, aBed at our unpretentious home and Intimated to us in the plainest lan guage that "he was or is a member of the official board of Quinn Chapel, that Us members had met and after much deliberation on their part, they finally deckled to select him ...

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. — 29 August 1903

-ri 1. .!: aS" i - . i-- mr,- - THE BROAD AX1?0 motorcar. agents. F3BLKKBD WBSSXY. TW prevslcKte asd at all tbsea ss&eld' tto bra KaglUh Weaea , Who Axe Dotes; Thriving: Baalaeaa Introduc , Ibjst Automobiles. .PURELY PERSONAL. r.aolesraa. feetr laassasa la weser Bad iaa avBaA AXja a fiBWpGyaxwaOBS psasEGPSBcs bread eaosfaar a8,rar rUlmtrig feaadttartal ht to apeak Ma owa seisd. Looal rwiiiniiniiniliini neatr attesUea. Writs obJj ea ese aide at tfea papar. BnbacrlptteaagaatftayaldiaadTasBB. i Tear...M...........M.......... ttJ30 10 AdTattfcfatt tateaada Icsevs en aapUeatSes. Addreai Hf cpmnranleaHoaa to "T TBS. BROAD AX bib ismemt A mum, CUeaco. The automobile craze has opened a sew field for the Impecunious -woman In bleb society, and many are making much money acting as agents for the various makes of machines, says a London re port. A certain woman of title is known to have sold, within six months, five high power cars and 14 smaller ones, and made in commissions about $15,000...

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. — 29 August 1903

Ill 1 rtl I tiff T fill rilPHTrt lb(r. nnanul..vi. WrtfflH , M IN J- Uf-i IV Ukbe nS5TT"a " -. Coming Retirement ef "Secretary Root Is of Great iapertaace. STRONG HAN OF THE CABINET flas Restored the "War Department ta Promlaeaee AMe Saccesaor 'Will Be Feond la Coy. Tatt "Datto Persalasr." . amL B3hi Root Washington. Of all the happenings nf the Roosevelt administration -there is none which la likely to have a greater influence on Its fortunes than the coming retire ment of Secretary Root, which -will taKe place at the beginning of the new year. Outside, the president him self the secretary of warhas been the strong man of ttie administration, the most forceful per sonality and clearest intellect He was . all that with McKlnley and perhaps more, for McKlnley leaned on him even jHore than Roosevelt and depended in large measure on his initiative and ex ecutive ability. It is a striking circumstance that two presidents of dispositions so different should have placed dependence on the ...

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. — 29 August 1903

-' . Jrt !sf ',-- ?A f-t s OHP$. Mere pare reHgJos. More hoaesty; more real, estate; mere edscatioa; spore sticking "together, will do the race sere good, th&s. tea tboasaBd Jaok-Jeg preachers. Ex. Ex-Sewitor T. T. AHeia, who is as hosfoot as the day Is loss, has re stgaei as a aieaber of tie oSclal r soars: of Bethel Chsroh, because he eewH sot or wtwW aoi stand fer the dtssoaest aethod adopted fey Rev. Abraham LtecoJn Marray In coadnct; faff its basteesa. Mrs. Loafse Webb, 4712 lAnaoar Areaae, retaraed home as Tuesday Trora st. Paul, Mina, where she at tended the aeaskm of the Grand Chapter of the order of Bastera Star. Mre. Webb was wised and diaed hy tie best jifeoble of the twin cities of the Jforthwest aad she will loag. roa eber her trip ,4 the capital city of Mtaaeeota. Mis. It McDonald, S82 Dearborn rgfet, has a little naby at her home waica she took from its Bother, Miss Laokets, who holds ferth la Miss Hal - tw .. ,. u T TT WUU.WB b ,com: vawsy BOBSB, Zlll Araoar avea...

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. — 5 September 1903

.m Ydh issssw. i8y p Wl ite viTvl Jl? if . i tBBHH 9HHbk7 mMjjBfcL-BLMB -rrjBM ffpssrssssau 2ssaT g - Ibbwv. v nMMMMM WHMMOaMM hJ H IS w t o - if r ja je line. VoLinnp; .j' i CHICAGO, SEBTEMBEE 5, 1903. No. 45. Rev. Geo. Resigns as the Pastor -of the Hyde Park Chel. Bishop Grant Is Accuseds Stealing the Election of tfwo Bishops In 1900. The A- M. E. Church Is Corrupt From JtrikK F. Taylor, Esq.: Permit me to set forth the following frets through the columns of . The Bread Ax. Briy in the spring, two women flratees in our Mission became angry it ae because I would; Hot agree with t&em in a matter of an entertainment acaiset tbe wishes of the church. For nearly two months they made themselves' very obnoxious to both pastor, church and congregation until it became evident to all concerned that their retention on the Board was deri raeatal to the society. Failing to accomplish their design, on the 11th of July in the Chicago Conservator they published over their signatures a scandal...

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. — 5 September 1903

TV - " C THE BROAD AX. mtiiidiiliM nrfli iIimii 1ml GaabeMea, Pi nrnrrinti. nwii riilrtli at Talwr nr nrflHiln tmtm thetc ,toru ate Usgaae prsperaBa Tim Tli in ill Ii1a & mauii 'liiwa nil! final A eamekfer a,iw w nwmg at eawami t to cpea Mi ews sdao. TB& BSOAD AX BM8 Jluuuux XTtaw, Ohlrayv. 3T3UVB T. T1TL0B, BdKaar ad PwMittirr. TttMfl &t tks Peat Office t Ckkaga, QL u Secsad-ckst Htlte. -Her Ott Secret. A woman can never keep anytnlng t herself,' said Danboy toMs-wlfe.-wao kad been repeating sonietMng be didn't wast known. "Ob, yes, she can," said Mrs. Danboy, sweetly. '"I'd like to know what itls," ke growled. "It's her real and private opinion o her Husband." Tit-Bits. Dlffereaee ( Oplnlea. "What Is genius?" asked the man who las a liking for abstruse qnestlons. , "There Is a difference of opinion on that question," answered Mr. Sirlus Barker; "some people think that genius is an infinite capacity lor taking pains; others that it is the ability to get on without doing...

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. — 5 September 1903

In EVERTS Coming Retirement of Secretary Root Is of Great fcapertaace. STRONG MAN OF THE CABINET gas Restored the "W DesartSsent to promlaeace-Aale Successor "Will Be Foaaa la .Got. Taft "Datto PershlnaH- Washington. Of all the happenings 0f the Roosevelt administration, there is none which Is uaeiy to nave a greater influence on Its fortunes than the coming retire ment of Secretary Root, which will take place at the beginning- of the new year. Outside the president him self the secretary oiwarhas been the strong man of the administration, the Elihu Root most ioreexui per sonality and clearest Intellect. He was ail that with McKlnley and perhaps isore. for McKlnley leaned on him even iBore than Roosevelt and depended In luge measure on .his Initiative and ex ecutive ability. It Is a striking circumstance that two presidents of dispositions so different should hare placed dependence on the suae man and that both should have foasd In him Just the Qualities which appealed to each. No m...

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. — 5 September 1903

CHIPS. Mlsa Yirgfekt. $eward, Memphis, TeatL, ts TteHteg her aaat, A&s. Tara- er, 364 47th street. Wedaeaday afteraooa the Phyllis ffheatly Wesaaa's Clab et at the hese ef Mrs, Daaore, Britoa Park. tteraey Albert B. George. Ashlaad Mock; 'arrived home Monday mora- lag from Tislting his best lady Mead ja Waealagtoa, D. C. I "Alexander Payne, a prosahaeBt ma- v.-nr.d,r.n4B Tt n 'ta in tkn City. stoKtog with Mr. aad Mrs. J. Jeffreys, 3M State St itanr. aeriy, 2933 State St, . 1-4-L . o..vi !?tr.J'""Tr3;: f jss sns. - ssi la these two cities "W&iasa H. Weber, James J Gray, A. "ft. Miller aad Jackson Gordon, of the' Board of Assessors of Cook' Coahty, have again resumed their hi kers after their pleasant tour through the east. J. H. Bradshaw, auditor Chicago Chronicle Is one- of the most polished sews paper men In Chicago and at all thses Mr. Bradshaw fa ever ready to extend Courtises to -the members of the craft. "fm.aa m1aAM lfAAnAMS 4t1 t)lO "Rfil I Light District" estimate th...

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. — 12 September 1903

J J BjsaaBBB .3MBBBlaaaaBTVaFaSaiMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBuuE3BBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBBBBBBBBBBB .r "ILnaaBBBiL. i jpygfloaaws jm Hsaaaaaauaw-s saaaaaaaaaaaaaaau. HEW TO liKCE LtNE. Vol. V-LUL. OHIOAGO, SEPTEMBER 12, 1903. No. 46. BF. ARCHIBALD JIMS CAREY, Pastor of Quinn Oiapd, and His Family, Are Endeavoring to Play White Somehow or other our-"white and jjack rabbit's foot mysteriously dlsap pegred from our left side hip pocket tie latter part or the past week, and tie result was that money was as hard te find as hen's teeth; and last Sat ,riay evening, after squaring our act coast with our office devil, and turn Isg mer enough money to Mrs. Taylor to bej i little corn beef and cabbage for oc Sunday dinner, it became nec estrr for us to go forth, after enjoy jag oar evening repast and endeavor to rastie up a little more money, In order to have enough to last us over the day we are taught to keep "holy." The first hault or stop made by us while in quest for more money was a. the home of one of the o...

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. — 12 September 1903

THE BROAD AX. FCBCXSKsB WDHU.T: nm.TrntrtTi irrt Ubsr.er area sis eaaBsr jkAwntafHtkefc iiniprigi tssrwersad TtoBresdAxls 8w9fftaWMh tight to apeak Hi own site. Xaeal uuuuuunlcillnni W teeeir iWraMen. tfttt calx oa eseUde of tfa paper. Babsortptton t asst fee gsld la sflnacd. AirertUse rale Bade ksevB ea pHeBtteau itimii Mctauo THE- BROAD AX (Bs9 Armour Aresae, Gs&ago. JULIUS r. TATLOB,Xditeraaa?aiabr. at tic Pot Office at Oilcige, BL, xs Second-cks Hitter. A SUsfet Sarcasm. "Is yoar eon going back to college?" "Yes," answered Farmer CorntosseL Deesn't he know enough?" -LWSXJSfiSI the way heV beeffhelpin1 place this SHmmer I reckon he needs a few more athletics,! Washington Star. Tfo Jedse. Yoang Artist It's an outrage to have each an ignoramus as Puffers on a hang ing committee. Friend No judge of art, eh? Young Artist He is a half-Idiot. Why, sir, he thought my cows were horses. N. Y. Weekly. Sore to Agree. New Girl (timidly) I s'pose yon are a fine cook, mum? Young Mistress B...

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. — 12 September 1903

AIRSHIPS OH Tl Washington Is Center of Activity for Flying Machine Inveattrs. BERLINER -MODEL THE LATEST BnlH on the Flaa of a Bird Brery body My Be "ln Wlasa Be fore Lont Other Xote at the Capital. Washington. This seems to be the geason for flying machines. It Is the one great ambition ot inventors all over the world, and especially In the United States, to bring to a successful conclusion the experiments which have teen golnjj on for years in the direc tion of transportation through the air. The air literally seems to, be full of schemes and projects, so that many scientists believe that the conditions are ripe for the discovery of a. prac ticable method. It is as it was with the steamboat, the locomotive, the telegraph, the tele phone, the .Roentgen ray. When the successful invention or discovery in each of those cases was announced It yns learned for the first time by the THE BERLINER MODEL AEROPLANE. pnhllc that many inventors and scien tists had been working along toward the ...

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. — 12 September 1903

Bfr jv CHIPS. SEEN IS THE SHOPS. Mrs. H. L. Priae, who Is a keen bbsi- goaae of, tie latest handbags that are nees woaaa froB start to Salsa, Is shown bare trimmings of metal tassels, getting up aa Afro-Amarkaa Direct- Dainty chiffon Tellings are shown har ary. She expects to hare It cosaplet- lag small how knots sprinkled over their ea hy the test of Noreafeer; Early lTeIy surface at wide distances. aa late Mrs. Pride may he found at Dimln&Ure sunshades are again faah aer oce, 3138 State street, aad she ,OBabvki J?T se use and the shops , "" " J""- are showing some very lovely ones. as basy as a little bee. j attracUve 1Wlt The ministers all claim that they ihows three pert-looking fox terriers "hare been called on or selected byrUtlngln a row, as like as three peas In ausiDivra )JtA it. JwOf.LU. God to preach." If this Is true then their God is a mighty poor judge of human aatare aad he can not' be re garded as a shrewd business man, for aany of those who stand up In the palpj...

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. — 19 September 1903

Lfs.; X. -!& . 1 -grf r HEW TO THE LrllVE. Vol. "VTEII. CHICAGO, SEPfEMBEE 19, 1903. No. 47. Si: VvA aBBBBBB I taBBBBBBBVv BBBBBBBk WB&z? : JvsrVfl IbbbbKJ, b .BBBaSaBBBBW pajpppwBywwwwwgaB fljlHjjHPr ,Kc i Lasss. sasss tbbbbbbp scv !9bbbbb 68bbbbbbb HJsbbI " -" "' CZj -pWg7 HflBaa4BBHpSssaai'BBBBBBBBS'wBBBBBBBBBBBBa The Mfxiflg or By Attorney "You dim-descended black, dlviae. soui'd African, "large, fine-headed, nobly formed. "saperMv destined ! Walt Whltman. The article on the- Octoroons by -The Doctor1-Interested r ami It was well written. The illustration about the tree was pretty bat was. It correct? The Idea of a tree prpducjag so much fruit one- year, half the quantity the second year. .Quarter the third year, and so on down to the seventh year whea. 128th only was produced-would be hard to prove from actual experience. Every hortfcaltur 1st knows that the -quantity of fruit produced by a tree Is rarely the saae or two successive years. If a tree produces heavily oa y...

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. — 19 September 1903

'I keff- P.- 23 t Hsr. ir ilv BPu H&. ?.- ' K& THE BROAD AXJ SWaM" ad at aM (teea temt nrast,3te(M IBw,BinU r.aeleaff u betr laagae tovreparaa rHBN bmd eseafcfer a,rrer rtilmtir Mte edrtortol itjttttspe&ktta (ranted. Local riliillnnr wW retr Wrttft ely eo aw Mde of aba paper. fluUaUiMnniBHMtfeapeJateEdwa . Ob Tear... - XM ratea aide ksown on appHotlon. AddrewaHi TH BROAD AS EMO Araesr Ai awe. CWwco. JUITBB T. TAlXOK,BterfidPaHSier. si the Peat Office at C&kage. TEtjIS Tnrrimf'cUi Mtttrr A Silent Sarcasm. Is yoar son going back to college?" "Yes," answered Farmer CoratosseL "Doesn't he know enough?" "Yes; he's got book learnin', bat from the -way he's been helpin' around the place this summer I reckon he needs a j ExT a,iPtlL"-'Washlnrton Star.' He JeOc. , Young Arttst-rlfs an outrage to have ''such an Ignoramus as Puffers on a hang ing committee. v . - Friend No judge of art, eh? - Young Artist He Is t. half-idiot Why, sir, he thought my cows were horses. N. Y. Weekl...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
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