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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 30 January 1904

A" m (: .. S HM1H MM 1tMIS;aSSSS aesretary of state, i.- Beotcame here with min. - The Btiy ftf Jamas Smiths Is at Rsst in Wasklagte. THE INSTITUTION HE FOUNDED Moat Important Center of Setentlne Research, la TUm Ceaatry-Re-ttremeat et Secretary Root Satdeaal Capitol Gossip. Washington. James Smithson, the Enllflb founder of the Smithsonian Institute, never 8aw the United States while he was living and it la fitUag that hia body shoald be brought here now 75 years alter his death to rest for all time In the shadows of tha jne bhuuwb. institution -which Is Ms real monument Smlthsoa was the natural son of James Smlthsoa, the first duke of Northumberland, and It was sot until after his father's death that he assumed his father's family name. Up till tbt time he had gone by his mother's name and was knows as James Lewis Made. He had an ample fortune which! he devoted tO r!aat1fifJ Nuaml! IT. ...... graduated at; Oxford and then spent the j nt ftiufe traveling on the continent engaged in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 30 January 1904

rv m- . 0: : V-VW ft . HjC - TZfK, 1 - "& 'Kit c?3--rt j 'i,c " ,- CHIPS. . Mrs. Misaheth Lisdsay Dvk left ier ImWsiinpdlfcs this week to attead theeseciTe Bfcsiea.e the National Gossan "Wornes. This Is the highest body of wosws is the Halted States. It Is composed of oaly repreewtitlTea of satiosal orgaaisatioss; smesg them are the Natioaal SaJtragkrt. the Weaea'8 Christian Temper- aace Ualea aad the Natioaal CohhcII x Jewish"" Womes. Mrs. J. Slkme Yates, f Miesbara, sad Mrs. B. K. Brace, e Mississippi, and Mrs. Davis, of QHaoia,'are.the delegates from the Nattoaal Assodattoa of Colored Wosees. The headiBarters will be at the ftngltoh Hotel aad the sessioas will last a weak. ' MrsM. H. Watts, 2712 Dearborn street, who Is ose of oar best lady frteads, was at the Kslght Templars' hall Moaday Bight, aad she resembled a yossg fairy qaeen, her beautiful gowa was buDttta New York City, aad It fitted her "exqalslte form very ar tistically; It was -of heavy white net made over ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 6 February 1904

x. j."S- - SfcT .- .nunm. A y9. H I gnuuuuuuuuHnnV Huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuw nnnnnrnnmf i m , iiiS i. 19 ,r """ -ST" " namBmmuT m mmmm f UUUUUHUnuW UaBBBMuVV VBnaaaflaaaaaBBBaiF --- . BCE"W TO THE LINE. " a a t & V01.HS: Btt T. WISHIIGM H ATMM MTlTCTIOli fl LaleThn TAllaaU Constitution seat ode of its emmtesaries to Taske--r gee, Ala., for the purpose of interviewing Prof. Booker T, Washington In relation to his school. According' to the representative of The Constitution he did sot Invite the wisardof Taskegee to accompany him throagh the instttatloa, but instead thereof he "was conducted throagh the bandings and gruonds by CoLCbarles W. Hare, a leading lawyer, Democrat, former editor of The Taskegee News, and oae of the local traetees of the school. CoL Hare save the reporter for The- Constitution to understand that Taskegee was founded by the joint efforts of Colonel George W CampheU, as ex-slave owner, merchant aad banker, and Lewis Adams, a. Negro, aad. aad an ex-slave; the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 6 February 1904

l'-, -i U . it , "- VXt THE BROAD AX z " . - wam ta tManasaa MaJ .utr-tu all Mir aatsaataatttF HhS- AatttaWtAaLQBS)yasj' i i........... ......... .j....... "21 ttji'SSf fT 'fa"1.tocrmt a the Part OMtee t Cali, OTKJiJX WAR SSCOH) Of DOG. a m mwl r Bika ) rflw TfrMM fat j&er Wi Was Wtw XeL la & ia ta Dakti jkj eeart. Is tM TaaJiac iajtre yrm a feaUiomorly Mngii to (m. aa Bacaa aaa waat taroagh a. good jpartfea ef te Seata Africa war, aaya tfce Loa4aa TtJograaa. BraestWaraiagtoa. aaatoaa wnnngwr far the eaa- - Jraetorg, to mwmwI far araatty to the aatsaaL 'hk aaa teea statkmea Jar aaaae tlaae aat wMk ta Rayal Xrfca SttH at MefcaMBa aarraeaa. Tke Inaidag, wa4ea bow ketoaga to Mm- Bargoamt Bdwards, Rayal Irish&ates, -was aaeosMBOdaled wiOi a seat is Ike witaeae box, from "wfciek poiat Jm seeasea to take a languid tatarest la tke yroeeedtaga. He was aroiaioa ia a aaet witk gre-a fadaga, sad wore aevaral Seaia Afrieaa saeaala witk ofeeps, 2Efce aaAsaaTs ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 6 February 1904

i ?" 3-'- - !:.-. ? I' ?y - 9&& a r. l-' 9r y - - '".- j..t' HP Til x- .tfeataaa a,i .vj TiEWSTlTIITWEFOitflla)l ?1y.nr'llitt C' edSolea BHU fy Oapttal, SAaaamaBau. ef tta sTer caw she Patted sXsteswktietawes irrtegaadKfeatttegetat iris taiy tae sew 75 years after ate death ts rest for an time is tta sadewaf tta inatitatteu irMh saBBaBw fllTiB' SHMBgaaBBaBBBau feJas jeal monnaout. ; SsaHuium was eta satarsl bob of v peases aka&taea, tta Scat data f werthumberiaad. ud it ma set until " -sItorktafattar'gtfMtrh f tat he assumed -Ms maaar'a family suae. Pptfllthat ttetatahadaeaebyJriflStoatar'SBame . - and -was kaewm as Jesses Lewis Msde. JB1A zx asapfe fertame vasekftade- - : veted-to niisatWe researes. Be was .. Xraetetea at Qxfer b ttaasseat tta .; xsetofkteltfetraveHsonttaeBtlaeBt --. oaajgoa la seteatiac observation. r Wherever ta weat ta serried with him 3a, jbmbbbIc latacatory krgeeol. itessten nf smsm aad Ban . ; . He w a member efti:Reyl Soci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 6 February 1904

JSfflsr ' j? 'sS& it fcS! mU &9 M fiat Was WB isa iSii aosiiwl tor tt to MT grrf rr im mm a iw ir flats testy tor ft m ftsa ft mm, w V at pmUnmi ktm m 0 m,m mmmm MM MM MWSMM tr r nfHm c JM Of flat HMW mmm t amy of Ohinf a. Ml CiBiiiilliit f ttf m mmm wmm, m it MiM mmm mnm Mfo mm turn rmmmm t8Wtf gMMWf M i' JUWHHilllO tit ascwlag oy loa fct ttw torn Mb sarfiilaeaa rooh MWT iWtM MWf rf MK IM tlM MMHiiKiiM ftsflasn. U 'samrt ts m m . r,yfafY eattatVlaf saftlfl iMfcttaftd aWPM0af- jbbWsH f"ffl WMfw WJW huw MO tM f hHUfBtt a4J all mte tkif mtwdirito. mi afce fwk4 a aiBHiiriWi jwrtioaJ if th Jtrt M f mm Urn k af tha atwupipif tfca moral Hun toil vlutan who war fowe lUtttit mmm annulcm ttf miltiBi. Mat rf tf4 te n'opaoi hew a thser or ftfe & Mtowf . 8mm ef lb Jimrttn felt Otata-ataa Jafca P. Mswlrtim m ftm? mri fsb. hat 1m aoiiMoa te tiMM mi 1m aoratit l4 iwy m haw Mlr My wfcrtli. r it Mitf Mm vt set, whMi Jw HHm 3. Dvitt, mr 0. 8U1vm, ."HfrCterioiwjiii ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 February 1904

9f " . - 7-w--Pf3RqfP VfWl ' SBaBBUSBSasSSBhaaaa. gfe f'saaaBaw k. iJMWs .gfl CHtX Bl AggkaA Tallfln Jo ' bbbbbvbBsbBbw Bw. GK& HrJSM bo 2lJ. & .saggPI ni bbbbb! !"IIbbbbW S25ggget'1P !$bbsbbP fET-TTT - TsbbV 11 A jggggaL. .bbbbbbbsf saBai I saaamv Bl Hv JBI RsaBsnsr riSBsBBBB Ti?'igBr r gaaaaaavX fHHHHPwHvs CsgggiW BflevSHiftvBvwiHjBLi sbbbbbbWs. ;v EC3BTV TO THE LINE. Vol. rs: OELXO.AX3-0, Pebruary'lS, 1904. IVo. 16 fHE VILLIANY OP ."if. "3V- -"k j & VARDAMAN James K. Vardaman has. -been inau- - gurated as governor of Mississippi. He has delivered himself of an inaugural address which starts the hall roll- lag against Negro education In his state, and which Is Intended to communicate Its motion to other balls In other southern states. It was Mississippi who started the ball rolling against Negro suffrage by means of what is known as revised constitutions. The ball started by her Initial blow communicated Its motion to anti.Negro suffrage movemen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 February 1904

fTfrrmm ' fB8.? "" 3 CTfr .s; - J " " .-. . . - " -- .r 4 -- - e- Bit 2$" P - THE BROAD AX. VAzaaaaaaBX llam aVaa&aaMai BiiaaUL Ea. POT tlMBBMN ttKBBBm r,r aay as mm assam IrMtMiMtH amaaT unpnrgn Myroaw aaa iiJIjIBMWllll M wa. TkaBmaiAxlfl & ilnmiH whan lilitfniiita urn a a a Tar H,mr winning tiktB apeak Ma !. Lml immwiilfiilnin trIK netin iXHadalf G& 0BS SMW 0S ata aasac. TRK BROAD AX SOW JLBBflSr AToSBvi vBaflBO . TJUOB 7, TATLOB, Better aad gnnKrtur. r ifce Feat Ofia at CaJotge, Hu mfliirW rluM TfaWir. PERSIA GHS MORE COSTLY. Jftee TavMlacrStemea treat taeniae egX&taaaeer Are Beeemtes Searear saa Dearer. The tnrsnolse genu, tie snect exusf&te of which re prodnced froa the aate6r3&&apoor, are, probably froia someeaanso la the fashion of the west, teaming dearer la jprice sad. la Teheran and neighborhood, more diflk CHlt to lad. According- to Vice Consul General Trier, at Teheran, bktb the Washingto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 February 1904

mmmm temwm:w 'Tr-jFTBw' tisTpr? 82rT3 '.'-:' ' ' .... - - - -l'7T v ?ts ' ' jSVA'? 1 3 - -. -& r- 7V " The Religion of Lincoln SURPRISE has often been expressed that so many of our public men are anprof eased Christians. LlncolnunUI the last days of his life was seen, and "yet he believed, so doubt, the principal .tenets of the Christian faith, at least those he expressed in thepostle's creed. Bis life -was pare and if a black spot ever stained his character the historical rynic has failed to pat it on his printed pages. Daring his administration as president one of the lady members of - the Christian commission had several interviews with Mm in regard to certain - government matters concerning the cause she represented. At the close of one of these interviews Mr. Lincoln r- Bald to her: "Madam, I have formed a high opin- ' Ion of your Christian character, and now, as we axe alone, I have a mind to -ask yon to give me, In brief, yoar idea - of what constltates a 'Christi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 13 February 1904

c?-- CHIP. Lv A. Davis, W12 Sta avewe, MrtM hoss ftwsa attsaaJag tie eeAMeesaa Btt Dew, who has a Jorge head with aot la it. was gye4 hr all the oRy daMies tecaaee fe was oat hoppoa hy The Broad Ax. - HiX,A.Slth,3ArBwraTe- . wh has (or tie past year heea la charge of the Red -Crow Saaitariam at LoatevBIe, Ky., retaraea to the oky last Friday. The Old S W preacher ted a gght -with Master Barl Hopewell, 90f2 Dearbera street, the fast o the week, wko 4oea aot wast the preacher, who te corered over -with Isaraoral 11th aad sttsse, to boss or whip hlm"We saay he alsiaiea, hat we are eT the optaloa that Brother WUkias ooaW shoat 'Aaea' whea he goes la Bethel Charch palait with 3et as saoh ferror oa Keystoae whisky as he could -oh Malveu's. The Illinois Idea. Captala William P. Black, 404 Ashlaad Stock, is of the oplaloa that jMayor George B. MeCleHaa, U New York CKy, fe the aaost avaflaWe caajHdate fer the NaUoaal Dsaioeracy'to feosaiaate lor president of the United States. AMermaa John J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 February 1904

!,&'"" fy-; Sfrfe7? - c - - .asmnmimimw m-. IP"b aBmumBmlLaKjmimTr dmnmaLmimVn .snKttmimimmLmtm. .simLVo'islf - m - mimB duimimmy jauma i mimmVV mimm TsBmrnmiy jj MMk iSmmlsalmV yanlmiis fgBy mim. vEyyfjjTg tmimmWv. 9 jiiiiVb iaimimimr jimal I mimiWv smlmm. mimmlP -Jmr ImJK SElBBmLjmlmmw ""ttswTrnw XitAiL',ll!lrt& Tmlmlm. n. .mmf f mimimmV; n HHiv HLL mHufe- mmimVPpLmWtasnCmlmmWlmlmMmlB' ltKM&JS2:3fi?ztM mlmlmlmmf'X. '-? i- v" t?V ; ' - oo.-aSsi' as WW EooseMt -v lost Bis ftrrot JThe "iBfiBgfteML RepnhUcanahderf leaptieaVBndof ike Indmnoia In ' oldenC' nays editorially: The Indiaaote. postoffice case is brought to mind by the president's ap-. poUtmeat of a white man aa postmaater ia place of the colored woman on account ef whoa the office has forso many mouths been closed. The .'president's coarse waa. to defend the , colored postmaster's rights to her of "flee by oJoeiag It entirely, "when It "be- -. eame clear to him that unlawful meth- .-' ods ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 February 1904

m r& THE BROAD AX. &0gi&m&0' Tmaniaajptii mi at i 2-WSB" .feP m nr ! itkt iMr m HlMfrtnl Wv HSO 4HL HBV jpwpn fca yaM ta JlTa re. coummxG caxadjl arhirf 7eM44Mt AAverllalar SS FIX A Zr Seals. iVfnlP rPw jnm wwi 1 THE BROAD AX ,. nOKT. TATXOB, WHsr rat rrtHilter. at Ac Fart Otta at Cafea, M SS $MMtf-cIM 3iiStK RIRSIAJf GEMS-MORI COSTLY. Mae Tm aot Stesea freae tbe Xlaes TMaWwpoer Are Beeoatlaj; Serer ui Dourer. TJw tsrfueiae geas, tie finest examples of wkka are prodaced from the mines of. Niafeapoor, are. probably from" nm eka&ge la the fashion o the Treat, fteeeig dearer la price asd, la Teheran and neighborhood, more dialoak to lad. According to "Vice Consul General Tyler, at Teheran, says the Washington Star, teach of the raise of the stone depends ob its shape, the obiemg betas eensldered the moat appro priaie; ea Ks freedom froa spots or dlsoalecatloa, however small la size; on Its ase. "whea the color has settled dowa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 February 1904

rrrT f-it t - ke. - ;-. r,.T? - - SJF ! liWiiii, lit t laitowMyfci to ciMc UyBtatoBS-Baa'BVtAsBdBft VMJUh i. V Jrieeca Iftrt Wiffa, Tee. AtXSeat Saeetfag Of the WNHt'S Uterary ef BeMiasreKrs,CrBarIes a Mergs mi & -paper 1a Willi she etted & seeeHsr bet irrit-MtteUartid fitet esBesraiag imma rtrrrw hfmtia Cebb'a Muj, off OwMitera ef Vkriaie. Tie beeses were eveataaSy washed away by tie eaSwBKHKSB 9 "Us? spotty IBvln 31 VM5 lttlM7 m Jfrmly imheieea is. tie li sse&Ba eagle tiat tie waBderer eeaM -walk m tie seeoadstery windows from Om Hat; wiB the fioerB aU stoat ittu acute degree. Tiers was set the aHgitest danger at-twast-at spea walking up or down these seen, yet bo eae ws-ever feaad -who eoaU traverse their leagti without beeeatiag seaatek. Jsxperieaced sailors, irka knew so qsilwie la sddoceaa. taraeJ Jaiat aad giddy em trylsg to walk these perfectly ste&dyplanks. To . aU the aeJhbarhood the buDdlngs were Taenia tke "seasick Bosses, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 20 February 1904

w t p B' tar - Kit jf1 . F. Ky. a w. Alearrtfed kt,nti3, I H aa to tw Itafe MtmmOM fcer tf ar Flatty ires A. A X. Kormat, Ala, a ta snaalrl lrr " m '" af A.K.Ooefe. m1MMrml juvmtitt. u m U Mr Oeftega. W ha4 aeeaiai pwjjumi imiiiaaainc Wti "m -" - tfcesratoryaa In eosfc aag it waa to ear power to oalaaL After few Tsssarha ayXiaa. F. T. ftwr, ateHnriag..W geCali, tte liltovtoc Persn m reaeeree, toiprsfersee' wHh weet aMste: Cto aea)C of toe Traetees, Ker. & WettoM. D. D, OtokauHL . Ob aaaalf af Ue leaM rf tfM, Xer. Jm. Ll AUewwertk. Oa-haaetf of tta Faeatty, Dr. a I It, KesMeat PsysWaa. Ca seaeX of the 8tu4eats,Mr. G.l. Hosderspn, Third Tear Preparatory. Ob Jseaalf a tie Ohareaee, Sevs. P. a Cayse Md P. D. Gories, Vise HeCe. while sfce does sot takm to he a greet speaker, yet she to a that was WM to a thaiplossed aH present, which ferth the eeUege yell iross the states! with a vfca. ' Te say that the C & F. College Is progressing rapidly, to ealy BtfMly aaproas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 February 1904

SSSI v -. -" Vv--laS-i.-2 k' .L .CfLv ; -- f "$ - ""- y y. r J y r mmmmi wmmmw fiBBBBBBm s . Fbl. iX BISHOP ;0n the -Decline in While -Vatteaa aa bis co-coaaplr. , ;atorsarefhatehlag their TiltelBoas plot against the Negro in Mississippi, BishepXeightea'Celemaa of the Sptecopal ' . ohareh of Delaware has been telling the conatiy, la a sermon delivered la Waahiagtaa, ease starting traths about the immorality of the people as a whole. Vardmaa for his peripose has declared la his inaugural ad . dreaa before the Mississippi legtela 'tare that the mernlo of the Negro have grewa worse ataee his emancipation, ' and that mental education is the cause of. his deterioration of aorals. He did Jaot say a word ahoat the morals of vthe .white man of Mississippi aboat hte owa fer instance, or the morals of ate brothers, his uncles, his bobs, Ms aeigbbeTS. Why? Is it becaaee their .aerate are pare? He kaows better. He kaows well what social comip ties is eatiag day aad sight at the .ceatre ef his "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 February 1904

- Hr 'Mi - tJ Safest- &"" Sv : , B&:-1 g . K ITH1 cs. -i I THE BROAD AX. -jS'fisiS rifirttordkK - iwwwaimknrtHm rtft portr MtcMop. YNtewt MtMtfe)w. JtieHiilliHTnnnteyrtlBTaBe. taefev ns3 TH BROAD AX m AmewATBW,Cfctee. 2OU0BT. TATIX,Bssd1aWfc. at the Fast OSce it Chkaga, ga teroaf -ckw HaHw. PJBtSIAr! GEMS MORE COSTLY. ''Ke Tarftaftlae Staea from tie Vises Xteaayeer Are Becoming; 'Searer aal TJcsrer. "Ike tssgaolse geas, the finest exasa jles -eC "watch are prodaced from the mteea of Niskapoor, are, proh&My from ehaage la tie fashloa of the west, dearer la pries and, la Teher&a sad aeighborhood, saore dlffieattteaad. According to Vice Coasal Ga&eral Tyler, at Teheran, says the - Washlagtea Star, saach of the valae of the atoao depeads on Its shape, the obleag betes coasldered the most appropriate; oa Its freedom from spots or dlseokxaboa, however small la size; oa Its age, whea the color has settled down lato Jts aaal hae (n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 February 1904

.w KS- '-- 'SsLi zA" T SBASICK. ZK A BOOSE. of AttaiayUi te VaMc lam, nCHBnW9K TKaere Were SeJM, Tea. At areeest meeting of the Www'i Literary dab ef Baltimore Mrs. Charles C Morgan read a paper ki which she eited a peculiar bet wall-authenticated tact concerning some storm-beaten houses os Cobb's island, off the waters coast of Virginia. The houses were eventually washed away by the ereaoameam of tbesea, betfor a loss time they -were Irmly Imbedded la the sand at each aa angle that the wanderer could walk in the second story windows from the bluff, whflethe floors all slant ed at en acate degree. There was not the slightest daager at teadaatapea walking up or down these floors, yet ae oae was ever found who could traverse their length without becoming seasick. Experienced sailors, who knew ao qnalms la mldocean. taraed faint aad giddy oa trying to walk these perfectly steady planks. To all the aeishborhood the halldlass vers known ae the "seasick houses," aad that 'the Btvrtfclnift...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 27 February 1904

-JS- V-.',n -gs-SpfFrx ;s -" t- r rI'STr-' TSr- . rn,1 p&irafeJ". r-- & f--ft s-e P"?- SVO kMHH th MMI C4WC x. After havheg aae thea a eaeks aad wmt( the Qeaiidecatg wtt, aad T awe--peed aerriee, tr eSert is beiak jtad geTtmr to atrBie of aa Maexses, JM. Ma tin j a ion C the Oeafa aerate ratts. Ihi'Mt who eCerad that MM aaet be Mortag wtta a. bad mw( - AS SiDMS SPOKE. : t'Plrtm Bed. rth KwIA-fceOlrtiMur, t s BW Daver, aede Jc lb eity QevMK twa years A "laA ameUafaePaal 'via aWtta mmAim kAl1 "Mri was botwaea ax sat htm OtwM Tb fefiawlag aatiee, says theLoadea Oatleefc, app ort la tlie ahep wladow at ytetare dealer ia Maakh: The aahibittea at the palatlaga, Wash ae nv sxcMiiaa. imu imn taperty, aad fee possessioa Caboatj ww e. aanaa at Keeper, cat of weed, art af saave 1W, eetoarpriatlage, era- aae ea. ww p ertralts. ateolfl.aw la head. Agaarelles f geriHek. deteh. helstes. ItaUsa aad freaaa aaetera of the latest f oar aaatatiac. Aleaaxi eolleeitaa nla!a. ia th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 March 1904

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Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 March 1904

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