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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 November 1896

"e V-r--o rV -"r .rfHl RimKs H Nil. j .... TMtor Xae s Wssaaihsn. I Usrr. ,- the Democrat, Cfearieratx, lOak. ? Democrat haa had lti attest JnS to a remarkable care. to SfSe of Dr. TOlllaaur Kak WHn, uA ?! foUowlns statemeat. made UanJtr of this paper. will be re4 with E?.rt br all slmlHarly aWeted. Tar. TfltaTooley. of Dwteat. la talc ceeaty. e lady benefited ay the hucMb -nied. and she makes the teUewla&r ffiraor michioan, county ojt AJILEVODC-M. Sta the year 1891 I "was a treat uffertr from axtreme nervoQaaesa, which ally developed Into aa arsxavatad fSaci of St Vitus' dance. My health iL, very Pr and 1 Buffered terribly far six months, constantly growlBf; irone. Finally I left home aad want to my relaUvea In Canada for a visit. lid my people never expected I uld return alive. In Canada I -was Educed to try Dr. WUHana Flak Pills, nd the result was traly marveloua. When I began taking them X -weighed bat ninety-six pounds, and la nine .reeks' time, during which I took ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 7 November 1896

5- -? W " '- vV ' -V " TP -r i V- SV rf AMSMGAN AND JEtTHOMtAK Labor 8UFWBNOCR TO CHINA? fta Jafaa-CMa irar TwMwIki 'tfitwMj 4w of Ctaa to Japaa. a a abalTtaait of ike itagle Ac aw ooafraatief acta aai Baropeaa labor k: Witt ire be farced to aarroader to GUfta? A a aatian. tie Ckiaete 1mm objected to adopting aaytkiag faratftt. Hub peculiarity baa preTeatad bar from adoptiag iaaproTed aaaafcoda I aaaafactare aad maeb.ia.ery. Bj tbe recemt treaty tk ettey will be largely abaadooed, aad aet aly will tbe attires tbemeelrea take adraatage of tbe iano- , 'Yetiow, bat bota Aawrican and .aViiropoan factory owners will do so. Li ataaafactariag, Ckiaa will repeat tbe history of Japaa. Japan aottaa milk pay from 15 to SO per eaat dmdeada, while English mills bare beam loaiag money. Japan mUk bare increased sevenfold in foar years. Tfae treaty will allow abatr exteaaton to Chiaa and similar Teaalts follow. like Japan, China will irst supply her home demand for cottoa goods, after that, she wUl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 November 1896

Ir '.' tsBzmm -; r ' " -?' I 4- V.v". -' - &S-&f " W -5TIt is Ebkoe ALONE WHICHj NEEDS THE SUPPOKT OfJ GoternmkntjTruth CAH J r 'tV friTlt. l?m-EiniT.. , i inn iiiriniiAb nt SHALL SEE WHO IS GOING STAND BY ITSELF." Vft TO RULE, THE MONEY A't)Thomas Jefferson Power or the People." ' Andrew Jackson. Hew to the Line. m lcMM( 2f H Vol. II. THE LEGALITY OP THE ELECTION LAW. When' the rumor was first heard that the recent election was to be contested on the ground that it was not carried on in conformity to the Constitution of the State of Utah, no sober man looked upon the talked-o contest as anything more than a huge joke. All, or nearly all, of the people felt with DrHodge that whatever is, is right except man's own sinful self. But, the Salt Lake county commissioners out of a supposed loyalty to the law were thrown into a flurry and their minds were filled with great apprehensions lest the namberingxof the ballots as provided for hy section 26 of chapter 69 of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 November 1896

Dra. 'STi- f sr.?f 'I- , x i . & w The Broad 7UK2raOD WBIKZiY. tmlfAultttatlw prta delta ef DwwitT, est stnttes. GaaMfeS, Aeteoauts, KaJa at Later, Is- ibmh MafaaHren, YriuH, er u; o t teeir sty, m Ims m taeir i k vitrei a& rf nwfftimtj to fee. gae.Biuta Ax to a Bemfcycr wtoae s4a Sans 10 MM eS&fje BW SB, CTST wfHb tmiy emtme afcfta ef atepp SUBSCRIPTION: THBEE GOLDEN BALLS. LWI 9aw Hjt tfitthcntHBU kaewa oe irrHc1 taw to THE BROAD AX, 7 Hsla Street, MtUh Clrj. DUh. 7UUUB F. TAXIOS. .PuWiaker ud Bdltot. tt Battel 7i A Philadelphia boy smoked cigar ettes ea a wager, agalaat time. It took kin ealy half an boar to absorb polsoa cBoogb to kill him. He died in a few boars. Death followed as sorely a if a deadly weapon bad been used. It to Beae the less suicide when a fatal raealt follows a Ioager ase of cigarettes. Sack saleides are sot rare. Insane asy Irbu and graves bear witness to the invldioag aid destructive power of this habit In a recent letter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 November 1896

;V r-x &' c-t BICYCLE BOUDOIR. THE GIRL WHO RIDES -HAS A FAD THAT RUNS. yjp,, Tailors Say SMrts Arm Srawtes gsertei Golf H far Cast Wtksr le latest. EB bkyeJe nude-conqnest area or tie-Bicycle girl's J boadeir, says tan New Yerk JoarraL The private sanotum ef a girl who bikes If yon- are lncky enosgh to set a look Inside of It reveals the bicycle fad of lta hlr owner in all sorts of odd knickknacks and personal and domestic accessories. Fro'm wall paper to foraltore these dainty nests of enthusiastic wheelmen show a surprising number of novelties, all ldentifted with this rallng passion of the world of fashion tad athletics. You would never find these articles it a bicycle show, for ther are of the kind dear fo the female heart and are not known beyond the confines of the dressing table. For example, the walls ire covered with paper on which are lumped scenes portraying Incidents of a purely bicycle character. The manufacturers, having found that this style of paper was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 November 1896

'?) - r u WE SPEftT THE TWENTY DOLLARS, On SatxiUj, October tke Slst, 1 1896, eae of ike Democratic csnditiates fare tbe editor o tik paper 'clck for the sm o tweaty dolhm, ami at the same tuse be-re that tre sboald expend the for him in a legitimate way e tke day of the election. Weasamni tie ge&tkman that tre would yadar a strict accooat for the wtmey thas intrusted to our care. JLad we paid it out in the following bum to the gentlemen who worked aroaad the polk on the 3d day of Iforemher: V. McDonald $2.05 Andrew Towels 2.50 Deank Ford 2 50 E. B. Barker 2.00 Charles Hill 2.00 V. IT. Silver. 1.00 Charles Smith and Henry Brown (whites) $2.50 each, 5.00 These two gentlemen worked all day at the corner of Seventh and Soath West Temple streets, on Monday, November the 2d. At 12 o'clock, noon, we spent-one dolkr for cigars with John Sheas, bartender, and on Monday night, after we had heard the Hon. Warren Foster, and other-speakers, expound the Populist doctrine, we and sev...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 November 1896

km?- - a.;? :--.. ri.JX is BbBOB ALbJTBmiCH, 5eeds thx supeowv of, GovebnmkntjTruth cak STAND BY ITSELF. 11 -&, ft'Thomas Jeffekson; Hew to the Line. iTHS TOOTD arXTMSHOOLBBAV t EXAMPLE IS ALL THAT B SOOB, J AKDTHXLKADCWHTSrriSXnKT MOVEflKT WHICH HAS 70S 1CT objbct thx. upurmw or TXE J HUMAN KACX." , 1 . -TOXIAhV.MT.AX I t J " - " - W. SM.. ' ITS. HBfi BSTSSrrM ira " Vol. II. NO REASON FOR DISCOURAGEMENT. - The election is over, and throughout the country ererybody k settling down to business, and be coming reconciled to the decree of the majority; the victors for a time exultant, and the defeated oaea a little despondent. After all it is a good thing to have jut smch an exciting and closely contested election as the one jast closed. It is a test of the strength aad patriotism of our people. Any free people who can undergo the strain and political effort, without disaster, such as we hare endured, are. a strong and veil-balanced nation. After all the hush and bitter thin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 November 1896

Vc-. -f- S- The Broad Ax. pusussmy weekly. WW -KOTMhpte aa at all Ubm cphoM Ike In riecJfl et Democracy, bat Carmen GtsfceUea, Protestants, Knights of labor. InMtb. Horaeasv KepabUcta. Priest, or any Mtoewa bT their say, so lone as their laacsMC 1 proper and mponilMtlty i fixed. Ike Broad Ax U a newspaper wiose platJam U bread eaongb. (or all, erer claiming Ae editorial fikt ta speak Its own mind. Local coamBBlcstiaaa will bare attention; write ealy on nno side of the paper SUBSCRIPTION': OsVTear I2.& x Months 1-0" Hire Months w Advertising rates made known on application. Address, all communications to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street. Salt Lake City. Utah. JCLICS P. TAYLOR.. Publisher awl Editor. Batered at PoatoBce a aecond-clasa mattrt Oat la Missouri there Is a 24-yeiT-ola reaaa who is the mother or twelve AMren. JCatauslasin Is well enoush for a picric, but It takes endurance to iaw reed successfully. It Is "extremely eaay for a woman to llscover that ehe Is abused by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 November 1896

, ?, -71. V- R llr fr ECZEMA. ufMridrretnH H..ifKKillieiferXbM tk Fattoai Used. B WHhM1 Yisdc yj til Wa Oirtl. jVozn the Free Press, Center. lew. -I k-u aflUeted -with what physietaas nursd me m ecsema and began daefarter for that disease about two .rears . Said Mr. Eva L. Bvaas. f Sus ri Iowa, to a reporter a few days ago. Ths first doctor I ceasnlted dM ma bo food at alL He pronounced the disease rlsg-worm and rave aw remedies fer ttst hat ob found eat Us error. 1 then tried another physieiaa, with lose better success but did set eaceMd la obtaining permanent relief. Ob tfct contrary. I cot worse and asy face and body broke oat badly aad a severe Itching- sensation constantly accompanied It This physician pronounced the malady eczema and I believe now that his diagnosis was correct. My buiband saw an article "on Dr. Williams' Pink Pills In the county papers nd at his solicitation I tried them. "To make a Ions; story short. I took twtive oozes or wis wonderful remedy and am now ent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 14 November 1896

t , r, )5 V ' 'M " - '- . -- -- -all -? : f-r S (U. ' "t'J i J" J- n ?- .k NT w - T ft - THANKSGIVING DAY. Rmumm ' fiMuV " fMiflffiitf J3orMr "Walk kw iaanod prHclamatioa. dmgBfttLig Tkare- . fcf. Not. 36, t Bay of tfeaaks- . ftrwg for e peoe of tkw State. Tbe ptecUsMtKM is m follow: Tm people of Utak era: sppredstive of the co&tiBsetl rick blese- hmn of xatvre rooclwafed ia. oar fiorio climate, is the fertility of r soil aad the treasures of oar -Intfe, ia a ab&Htlaat yield as a retam lor oar labors in the field, apoa the rangea, in the mines and HMf aeteries asd prof oasdly gratefid, far the ealargeseat of oar citjI -rigkta in being admitted to the Uuoa as a sovereign State, aciaewkdge with revereace the all iriae providence that "has been over as; aad .that vre may give proper axpression to the gratitade of our hearts in. such maimer as shall be asost BittlS? Therefore I, Heber M. Wells, joveraor of the State of Utah, in parsaance of law aad in confprfty w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 November 1896

.,-j -1 , -v n t-j., f - -w - " .-. l '3& Vr vf."? " v HSry It is EBBomiiLOinEirmicHJ y ''By hue Etexjtal wb 5EED9 THE SjJFJOM OF GoVERNHEKTjTRIITHpAN SHALL SXS WHO IB GOINQ , to kulx, the Monet STAND BT ITSJCLF." ' '(S-Vft fftJ'tV. . Powxk oh the People."Thomas Jifpbrson.' AxMirw JAnrsox ' -" .. VaWabMWa Hew to the Line. -V Vw- jm - . I jb1 V ' rf . j ... owi " w Sn.f. 9 & ' .sf ir. r.v eeesex ti -,-b mj 'isx hpi 4Nivrsrr( ? iM iJ!J)ijl!Mi!ilii S-SBWJWUllMMIlli.lLlll-ll'JI- fr Tot. IL DEPOSING OF . MOSES THATCHER. The deposing o the Hob. Hoses Thatcher from hk apostleship in the Mormos. church, k a matter which does not coacera anyone, except the members o that particular church. The Broad Ax does not propose nor does it believe, tbat itk -within its power to champion or defend any ecclesiasticai differences that may arise between or among the members of any church or religious faith. Such jars or differences can properly be settled only among the members th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 November 1896

-i X t'..4 :E - $ ?. V The Broad aadataB tsaaesaahaM lb Mae armBfrlas eC Drueeracy. tat' farafara, OethaCes. Tasieaatata, 3Ca4c4 at LaW, Jajhaata, MiwoH TtfTiWnn. Pritrta, or aay eae cm MB km their say, as toss ae their t la aisaar aaa mpnmMnt7 la txed. Xz.te a aewspaper wbeae tt nM Wvpl cvr an, CIVL CmBfaf (right to apeak Ma wala4. ttiau'wffi acre stesttes; aty ea sUe a me paper. 8UBUCRIPTI0N: 4tei ...... 1.03 .... JO im made kaewn on appttca aU immimilntluss to . THB BROAD AX, 710 MaJa Street, hHLtte City. Utah. JtKJIW 7. TA.TXOB..PnT)HihrT ud Kdlter. Eeaare atPrtoWta as aecead-dua matta Few people appreciate bow much of a aaisanee they are to those -who wish well. Qeeea TIetoria's breaking of record cm the aatter of reigning la also break -lag her son's creditors: A Chicago Baa la said to have died at Jey, hat the health aathoiitles are mat fearing an epidemic oa that aceeaat. The Englewood, IlL,"polIeeman who killed a mad dog with a shovel la probahly a graduate from the Holmes ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 November 1896

ry PET 1," -- ""35 t--,-rj .' "S -l'V - v F, jAIJS.j-J V BSfeSBtSdMb Surpri6d His Phjwcm rroffl the Couner-gowesu, wurrw. . my narae a. j. ieiieiaog. hi A. J. . mr address to- tke .BvM Meek, t.ve beard of as so peratotwiUy and enthusiastically prockOmtec tie Jrtta of Dr.WUllaias Rak PiHs Xec Pile People." -Up to the first of last March I en trttMuiir y that for y I had suffered all the agonies ef aa 1bftrno and death would bare at time va 'a welcome visitor. I bad aascuSr rheumatism In Its most Tlekms iZrm. supplemented oy what the doeinrt called tuberculosis of the banes. t was almost constantly xuider the treatment of a physician and spent considerable portion of say tlaae te the hospital. In 18S3 I spent three months tn that Institution where I underwent erere surgical operations for relief. Almost all the money I could raise from whatever source went for medicines In one way or another. I would try any and every remedy that was gvirested, but I finally conoluded that the doctors...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 28 November 1896

-&&rey --4 " ' Tv - C Cn ak, Ui - O i - : TIME WMWKAJL TRUST. TKTOMil tTMt,OM e tie Moaif tkekadat tie States, las tieoutai to aire bb fcW fitest a Daessaaar 1st This fast wffl aot aae the peo'yla o tie TJaasai States to for a fiwnl traa,aa Ik. ao-asaa proimmi faBcm tie ludeoas as-oastst to ass sarijaad tussly grare. No, aa i tke eafttraxy, the people will o&e of tie nrora of koMst iKdastrr and wwaRky onHMne; oae of tbe grwiftrt,iiiif,M,i to tie aatk, aad a aoaataat hum ace to society baa iaea fareed to saccaasb to tie inmtafek. TJtfcaese of ha early demise aaa aot arises, frost witaoat; so extaeaal forces hare bee&afoagat to Baarapoait, bat it iae been driven, te tie-wall byita owh hands. It rottaaat tke core; corrapfaon its aaatosay and throagh its T8HW it had so ? arteries, flowed its owa detraction- It could' not pazge itself of iasparities, for it waa sot endowed with, parifying orgaas. la tke eternal fitness of things, Back aa in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 December 1896

Kg? - WJillUL ' . .;- - - l2c K.ITis Eebob AXONElHICHs5beds the support ofj Govern ment:Truth can ''By the Eternal wx SHALL SEE WHO IS GOING TO RULE, THE MONEY b-Vft Power or the People." V STAND BX nor. Thomas Jxfperson. f Andrew Jackson. a Hew to the Line. Vol. II. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, DECEMBER 6, 1896. No. 15. f -7 . Jl "J . , ftvL cs " IB MK' TOE MONROE DOCTRINE-ITS ORIGIN AND INTENTThrough the kindness and genty of Mr. Hadley D. Johnson, oar dear friend and highly respecjj citizen, m furnishing us with kc-rimiles of manuscripts on this object, we will in this and in weeeeding issues, publish the cor- I respondence between President Monroe, Thomas Jefferson, james Jlidison, and Richard Hush, mincer to England, disclosing the irtitude of those great statesmen toTards the policy which later-be-cune a part of our national creed cider the name of the "Monroe Doctrine." The first correspondence of any importance on this subject was a letter written by President Monroe to Thomas Jeff...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 December 1896

tT'Hfj nPVia TZnrar Av I db il I V i X Sj Vt J 1 mh e PUBLISHED WKKKXiY. (TBI Branmliata as at all tis&e ap&ald the tra eriedplea of Dcsocrsey, feat farsaen. CetbeBea. Proteetafita, KaltAta of Labor. laMeJs, Mermonr. Kepabtleaac, Prlesta, or any ea etae can bar Udr Mjr so tea their logHace k proper aad rtapomOiUUy U tied. Tfc Bread Ax U a newspaper wbeae pU.tem bread eaeacb far all, erer ckOalflj flte adttoeUl r5at to apeak b own ated. fiscal rniBimialeattoM will have atteatJoa; We ofily on ose aide of th paper SUBSCRIPTION: S2.00 Ou Ti Kt Hwfea LOO lam Msb&.... .50 AdrartMas rates made known on appHc Addreaa all rommnnlcatlon to THB BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake Cltr. Ctah. JULIUS F. TAYLOB..PubUher and Editor. Bartered at Pottoflee as aeeond-dass raattet The worst fooled man on earth 1a tfee eae -who supposes that a load vole a4a to the- weight of an assertion. It the powder holds out John Ball aay decide to continue his "march ol civilis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 December 1896

0 AN INGUBATOB. PHIL ARMOUR'S CRANDCHILD'S STRANGE DEBUT. u th, jjttle One Ssrrlves the Xxperteac tba Rich Grandtather SeUatUe treatment. (Special letter.) A11L.L.1UNAIKE baby; the only granddaughter of Philip Armour, the Chicago pork packer. Is living in a little world of. Its cwn, quite cut off fiom the rest of humanity. The tiny girl was born before she was quite Bturdy enough to breathe the air that mortals breathe and she was at once put into i "brooder." or Incubator, as it is commonly called. If the doctors succeed In making her live old Phil will give the midget $1,000,000 when they are able to take her out of the machine. When John Howard, a hundred years jco, told the world that In a Wallachjm prison he had seen ,men kept in cells only four feet high and six feet long and two feet wide women tainted with horror at the philanthropist's description of the living death to which these wretched creatures were condemned. But the sky of Miss Armour's world Is only twelve inches a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 5 December 1896

CHIPS. ft, U S2 -JUL , tt yO T PCTKi, "" . ?QT1J -pw:ut CIt WHAT MNttM WAHT At Wfce iM,r txpaat to b,- )MiiMl.MIH Tri 1 fkd V . , .. ikmy tfeat Mtmrr &. ufft ta fT. C kad kwysr, d fea ,'nnMi Caff's Proepactor'a HCjhuwL Eba Miawralogwal put -of tW work Wb baaa alwaot aa"tiNlj n-wxkian 7 a Co3oraio .;,-trjMC giaour, irao aas bad years J arsarisaoc as a prospector, as--. .aajwr aavi saaariatsaieat o si&es ' aasl UbL States terreyor. JIfce soak k a popalar treatise e asaayiag aaa HaiaeraJogy, uia Traicfe1 assfal to all wko w&k t Ajoaorar saiass. Tae rst part jtf tie work gives ike United State waiBg laws and regulations, JioV to locate and sarrey a mining aUiaa, varioas forms and sneh valttakk iaformatioa. Reprice is 50 caste at tke principal book stores, oraftke aatkor: A POLICY FOR THE FEW. Prtieetie' far a Smell Number, Sigh Taxes for the Many Only Eight Per Cent, ef the Peptitatien Helped by Mejftii&ytm. ' Cenws Balletm No. 99, which a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 December 1896

TanSa r fi.TIt is Erroe alone which r) ".BY THE JOTEBNAL WE re J HEEDS THIS OUJfi'OKT OF Government;Trdth cak STAND BY ITSELF." SHALL SEE WHO IS GOING to rule, the money Power or the People."' Andrew Jackson. ft''Thomas Jefferson, i L Hew to the Line. iWC cs- alfe ; Wl m&:&Z5tNkwiiX Vol II. MONROE DOCTRINE ORIGIN, ETC. In the last issue of the Bkoad Ax were published some important letters passing g between President James Monroe and Thomas Jefferson with reference to what later became the Monroe Doctrine. It will be remembered that the President, in the letter to Mr. Jefferson, expressed a desire for an opinion from Sir. James Madison upon the great question. Mr. Madison's letter of response was as follows: Montpklieb, Oct. 30, 1823. Dear Sir: I have received from Mr Jefferson your letter to him, with the correspondence between Mr. Canning and Mr. Rush, sent for his and my perusal, and our opinions on the subject of it. From the disclosures of Mr. Canning it...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 12 December 1896

J--C- rf, --V -. r " ... & v - The Broad A PUBLISHED WKEKLY. WW pren-Jct aad at all tiM op-aM tat tTM pridpl of Drecracj, bat tsraaer, CathoHea. Fieteata&ta, Calj of Labor, laMel Manseaa, KepabUcaa. Priests, or any w dM feu bar tadr say, ao loss aa their Waging is proper tad rwpoBSDJUty U fixed. The Brand Ax la a' Bempaper whose plattsra bj feraai earec- far all. erer cldns the edltarlalTltht to apeab Its own mind. Leeal cemaiBIctloB Trill baTe attention; lrcit oaly oa nae aide of the pipes. SUBSCRIPTION: Oae Tear 12.00 lX MOHt3l -- "Af Adrertlalns ratea made known on application Address all comannlcatlonc to THE BROAD AX, 710 1&1 Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. JULIUS P. TAYLOR.. Publlaher and Editor. Satered at Poatoflce aa second-class mitta The world has too many people who caamot keep their personal spites out of work they are paid to perform. The bet answer that a wife can get to her letters to her husband when she is away from home Is a good-...

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