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

: i JOHNNY NEELEFS EfiE -sneaktoj, 0r men or nerve ana aDUSio shoot straight," sald an ol jaucluuan row New Mexico, at the HoSiraa House, says a New York correspondent 0f the St Louis Globe-Dem- " -maybe some of you have beard of johnny Ncelcy? Neeley came down to Santa Fes In the old days before the railroads. He hailed from St Louis crKarsas City, or somewhere up thsre -mi wa agent for something or other, I've forgotten what He was a little etap, weighed about 120, and his face Fa, as smooth as a girl's, but, say, iljat fellow was one congealed lump of nerve. The town was tough in those days, ad was full of tough men who could gboot and v. ere always looking out for a chance to practice with their, weapons. This fellow Neeley v-as so little and was such an Innocent-looking chap tie bovs soon marked him as a tender feot and prejared to nave fun with win. He was a jolly, devil-may-care-tort, who loved to gamble, and spent more time at the card table than he did attending to business...

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

if PRESIDENT CLEVELAND'S MESSAGE. Tsz tuwl awfftge of Presideat ' Ckrekai, of the 7th isst., tsowa tibct oar oosatiy att a whole is in jwtty food coaditkm coasdenBg the InnTncm depression which has tung orer it for the last three ysars. fc Hejally recognises the ability of the people to govern themselves. Speakiag of the heated contest in the late election, he says: "When we consider these incidents and conteaplate the peaceful obedience asd manly submission which have succeeded a heated clash of political opinions, we discover abundant evidence of a determination on the part of our countrymen to abide by every verdict of the popular will, aad to be controlled at all times by an abiding faith in the agencies established for the -direction of the affairs of their government." He coaH have said nothing else, for a democracy means an abiding faith in the popular will. His treatment of the Spain and Cuba controversy is in every way conservative yet firm and to the point. While he does n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 December 1896

SH TS "l JUIUI. '.iJM HUimPUP , ?' g tB111l. . F I . Wl I WWB1WIBW qrr, - , li ---s "tc -"-r;"SJtei -' .'" -.,'- '" 253 f It 13 Ebkor -ALoanBiciil ' urnc THIS SrrWlfekYP 'fi? '"N ''By the Eternal we! shall see who is going ) TO RULE, THE MONEY i Power or the People." GOYERNMINTjtp.OTH OAKf STAND BY 1TSEX.F." - Thomas J;Ei?FBtsoN. -. A'tAndrew Jackson. 1 t. Hew to the Line. - 'ZSB&T' ' -". -- . 7Zr?A&?yS f " - " " Tff - iJir-A-. " a, -A .A. -' -j . TI "-- . ''v. '-Sb !Tf ccgxc)" - iljggffl V Vol. II. THE MONROE DOCTRINE. Extracts from the Mtt iaf. President Hmree, Dated Bee. 2nd, 1823. At the proposal o the Raooian imperial government, made throagh the minister of the eaperor residing here, a fall power and instrsctions hare been transmitted to tbe minister of the United States at gt. Petersburg, to arrange, by amicable negotiation, the resfeotive rights and interests of tke two Mtions on the northwest coast of tkk continent. A similar proposal has been made b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 December 1896

l vW . C -i - g IF F1 "MMMWWM" . f. "V:, The Broad FTJKZ8HBD WEEKLY. at aB tiscs sshala tha trse priaeiplea af Oeeccr ht Camera, CarasHra. Frateataata, Xaicfcta of Lafeet. IabVMs, tteam, Rcfrttkui, Prteata, or nr a else eu aavaj their saj. ao leas aa tiJr r ri ri "' T'rni 'r-' Sto BnU AxUs Bewssaser -Naese plat. flats It tees esesca tar an, ever daatec Sse esttatial rfht to apeak Us em sated. Tciml caMismlntlona will have atteatfos; -write osdj ea bo Stta of the papet SUBSCRIPTION: (We Year. 24D Vwtti HX fineMHtti. - AdrertWar rates made known on appheaAMreaa all cuuiuinalriMnni to THE BROAD AX, 710 Mala Street, Salt Lake CItx. Utah. JUIJUS F. TAYLOR. .PafeUaher and Editor: Betered at PoatoSca as aecsad-claaa matta. Fassy people geaerally weary themselves more than they annoy otters, a feet that is oae of nature's compeasatJeas. Talk with the rmsuccessral man loag seagk and he will be sore totell yon that there was a time when he was Making $200 a year, and had all hia 1 paid. Princ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 December 1896

- : 2!" 1; 5 ? -' ;iyv in AsiuihSiiuig htatcment From the Free Press. BeJoit, "Wis. The following1 statement recently gly,a a newspaper correspoadeat jr Mrs. jme Culver, of Wyoming. TVis., rUl lorprise no one more than It did the correspondent himself. Read what Mrs. Culver says, and then tbe letter of the newspaper man to the Dr. "rTllMaan' Medicine Company. Mrs- Culver said: "The facta In my tut are simply these: Twenty years tgo I began having rheumatism In my ghoulders. This developed later oa Into chronic neuralgia of the heart, Ia fict I had a complication of diseases and was doctored for many ailments. I rrew steadily worse. My liver and Moneys were affected. I had palpitation of the heart until my limbs would pew rigid and my friends would think rae dying. -I sought remedies and medical advice far and near. From Wisconsin to j;ew York I tried physicians of every school. Tear by year I grew steadily worse, until last year, 1895. 1 became a bed-ridden invalid, and In March of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 19 December 1896

I) -. JMMiaj gjaw 1 --, eh. ' ZJ r :"? i . ' is -&d 'f r .ih.2i .'irr v-" t . c s - '-r v.: -T- . - r BOOKER T. WASHINGTON AND HK WORK. Kk '!-- smce, owe Botoommd iamit Boekar T. ITadbiBftOB, admed tke Tweatietk CeatKry Mi of Boetoa. Tie subject of IhkjpmmtIcs ttb tke eclacstio& aad .aeratioa of oar nee, especially in tkeTSovtb, it-bare Wey form a large ynportiosi tke pofalados. It vary eridest that Mr. WariisftoH w a trae aad earnest iacator, aad that kk worth aad wurgy and will be felt not only tke Soath, wfeere kk work k 'acattrr dose, bat will extend itself tkroafkoat tke Uaited SUtes. Hk wkole heart and soul k in the work of lifting, by neans of education, 7,000,000 of oar race to a high phae of asefalness and hoaor. TAat ke folly aaderstaadi the object of edacatioa, k shown where ke says: "It seems to me there sever was a time in the hk tory of our country when those interested in education should more earaestly consider to what extent tke mere acquirin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 December 1896

" "-i ontruvu - .aBMaBasK assm rr r. r mm f Tt is Ebkoe alokx WKitar 'By the Eternal wej shall see who is going 1 I 5EEns ?ax$urrdT.fot I GoVERTnCEjpjTEUTBiCA to eule, the money Power ok the People." STAIy 01 XX9JUK, i 1HOJSJLS IJEF7VM m . T Andrew Jackson. 1 t s ctm.'i si te'-o-- sr.'.y 0" r ? v. 1 . til jrvj-r v y . .v i FIS -' . ? - .'W X v -., iiuwiXfefe. Tmv - - - - -urw c r-rAA. n z-v i?mv gki",wuf i-l-.,. .mml.. au -. w, v ssasrN i 3 VSJ 'A . WJ I SfSSYJiS L nl. .fflV',. S tT i Wl IN t k-64. ft! ilWrfiWiTA' ' A V ft , . i us li m nrbi vfl ij ii i i mm ii BaiiK ihik ice5eju tr f w a 2 r a - .li saw 4 aaaa aasakBk - am bbbbi -at at a aaaar ---r.-r -a m aw sr m i - t -a abbbbbi am bt &-. - :l "'""c, ' Hew to tiIe line. 'L- IL ., -4 SALT LAKE CITY, UTA, DECEMBER 26, 1896. No. 18. '' i - " I N ..!. MM HI - - , , .,.,,,..,,.,., ,,- ' ' ..- ! II-. .! ...- .. I.,! CHRISTMAS. Christmas time w tkeot ple8snt part of tke irkoie year. Tie" 25th day of December iw Te celebrated...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 December 1896

The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. . r ud a ak ttees BfteU rfSflHSKr. suaerv rwtntaiti. Eaicfcts e iAbec, Ia- lUiMnii, Prtetta. or My sta harm their ar. IC as their to proper as tupaa-Maty hi -xsd. Bmt ixhi immef vtete slat- h broad e-asca fee an. ever el-!adar -to mHliulil rlgfct to ape to a ariad. - j -aeal rwniluitliiin win have attestks; ,.Wite Mly m-aa rid? of the- papes. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year .. 42.60 fc Heaths urn three -teams. jo AlTertfad-c rate unite kao - oa applies- LIKE TO PLAY POOL. I "2 "? ibeaa awful nuisance at a FAIR WOMEN WHO HAVE MADE BRILLIANT RECORDS. . SCra. Clan-land tTwd toBe am "Expert Tred Gebhart Was ifoted for SJBIlfoiTlaxtar-Xra- Gox- Se-Fa Case. saa car V fard ta wilinsist2 hw UBd anV JSre- Address all mninniHlcanoBa to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, 1 . , - JSaJt LakeQty. Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR. .PnbU-ber and Editor. Batered at Post-See as aecoad-elaas matter -eeple who cannot adapt themselves to ceadiUonA are mere machines with aa ahUIty to grumble. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 December 1896

VS i v- iiiMUIIII HIiyHMM WMJiMHUl" j A IUS1HESS AMIIAIIEMEMT. I.TTnwiinmiiiiiiinniiniiiiBnjinnnnfc Mr. perclral Hosghtwa yna standing Dur the door In -tie Psaltoaa iim-ing-room. Houghton waa net a Tery pepakr member of his set on accoant of a perilous faculty he had of aveldlsg all gods! functions. He was to be found at the Paultons today well. It the matter were probed to the "bottom, principally because he was an old friend of the family, and Jack Faoltoa bad reminded him he most not send a refusal at the peril of a serious breach la their friendship. Some one plucked his sleeve. It was his hostess. "Yon remind me Tery much," said Mrs. Paulton, "of a statue- I once saw of Achilles, I think it was. "Why this heroic abstractedness?" Houghton had not yet spoken of his embarrassment when she put an end to it prettily, sparing him the addi tional confusion of an explanation. "Come, let us descend to things more substantial than dead heroes, if not less poetical. I have a pleasant surp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 26 December 1896

-'-.-'"'?' c.r ? i! m z- PBOFANITYV TTbe TT04W. km tbosgltf tkfc exists ia tie Sensed Oraitf Ssit Lake City, a prorirofsaity? Sad, li tk. - Ob nam , wn. .-.. w. "& Jfl 46 of wdlsaaee of 1802, appears tfeefoOowiag: "Asperson prnfatuag the Base of tie Deity vkkn tie liatits of said city, stall W Katie to a fee apt exceeding tea ieBars, or to imprisoHaeat aot cxnafjasg fire days, or to both fine aavd iasprisoHHaeHt." Ik Broad Ax does not pose as a reforaaer, bat believes that a statate or oraisaxice ahoald, if either is a daad letter, be wiped from the statute books. The vicious or profane Trill respect the lav only when it is enforced. The necessity of this ordinance eaasot be qaestioned. A person caaaot walk a block on the business streets of this city, without betag compelled to listen to the sort offensive profanity. Oh, but . says the guilty, it is womanish to coBplaia or take notice of sach a tkiBg. It is contended that feminine men and silly women are the Ofily eaes ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 January 1897

,--V ".- u. - 3(33 IT IS EkBOR aione which j 'By the Eternal we' jteeds the suppokt'ofi GovernmentjTruth can SHALL SEE WHO IS GOING STAND BY ITSELF." TO RULE, THE MONEY &t Thomas Jefferson Power or the People." 1 Anbrew Jackson. Hew to the Line. . PyifenUflcx?eS - CrfSV e that? fe. - w- -- '.M I m ifftfSSSSStfftff 4V Vol. II. SOUND CURRENCY COMMITTEE. A association styling itself the "Reform Club," through its "Com mittee on Sound Currency' is encrageil iu sending out a lot o its trahy literature for the purpose of converting the free silver 'people from their faith. The following extract from a letter received by the Broad Ax from Lawrence E. Sexton, chairman of tie executive committee, shows the attitude of these money reformers: "So long as a considerable minority of our citizens are not certain that our present standard of value. is superior to that of Mexico and other silver standard countries; while they believe that we can, by free coiuagc legislation, double the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 January 1897

"1 The Broad Ax FUBLIBH1CT) WEEKLY. WM promulgate aad at all Usee spaaM ta teas prtedples of Democracy, bat farmers. Outage, Frstestuts. Knights of Labor, IaMs&, Marmwit, Bepablleam, Priests, or any mm dw caa fesvs tbelr say, so loss aa their laifmew b proper aad repoB9inty is fixed. The Broad Ax la a nettapaper waot platform la bread enough for all. erer damning the editorial rlgst to speak Its own mini. Local cosaaasieatloaa will hare attention, write osly oa nae side of the papet SUBSCRIPTION: 0 Year. XZOO Kx Heaths LOO Three Months .30 AaverttJlns rates rsade known on appliesDOB. Address all coa-annlcatlco to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City. Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR.. Publisher and Editor. Katered at Postofiee as secocd-claas matta The man who would have a large life. Blast work and pray that he may Save a large heart. There are thousands of people In the world who would be happy If somebody did sot hunt up grievances for them. Edgar Mlnard, &...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 January 1897

0nm MATTOON. t VllUr VtM-ltM TriPa1 a IToe, and tfnbi equent XeJeielBff. prom the Journal, Mattoon, TH. rj. Mary E. Miller, of Mattoon. X1H..i. gends the following report of her and cure by Dr. Wllllama Pink pjll,', when all other remedies had Mattoon, m.. Aug. 29, 1896. jly name Is Mary E. Miller, I ara forty-four years of age, a resident If Mattoon, Coles County, Illinois. About two years agro I was attacked ,rith Inflammatory rheumatism of a sevtre type- an confined to my bed for One months. Physicians could not do Be any pood, and I was getting steadnT worse. I determined to try Dr. Williams Pink Pills for Pale People, which I had seen advertised and obttlned a supply. In addition to the rheumatism I was suffering greatly ,r!th nervous debility, but after taking jris than one box the nervousness bens to abate, and the rheumatic pains Jrew less. When two boxes had been tiken I was able to walk, which I had 8ot done since first attacked, my appetite returned, and I soon regained m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 2 January 1897

-. x -. ? tr V7" 'THE .SENATORIAL CONTEST. Osrcr few Says now ud tie Dasecntic JjegklatHre irili cm- Te hL at oace cowaesce its eric Its first aad aaost iaportaat dty will be the selection of a perao& to represent Utah is the Sen ate of the United States for the next six years. The Democratic party of Utah, aad o-f the nation as -well, is pecu liarly blessed with eminent and ac complished saea. The Legislature, therefore, will not hare to rake the State over in order to get a man qualified for the exalted position. There are at least a balf score who woald do honor in representing any of the commonwealths in onr nation's council. The Deseret News and its angels of light have done all in their power to prejudice the people and the Legislators-elect against the Hon. Moses Thatcher as a candidate for the Senate. The Broad Ax does not desire to champion the cause of any of the Senatorial candidates, for they are all good Democrats and eminently fitted for the position to whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 January 1897

'.' 'fiT'T rut, t A- - j JW 4 I l zN&'d "ix is jKKUA a-Liujmis which; AJ ''By the Eternal we ireEDS the Support ofj SHALL,SEE WHO IS GOING . GovernmentjTruth can TO RULE. THE MONEY STAND BY ITSELF." "6'Vft " Power or the People." Thomas Jeffebson. Andrew Jackson. Hew to the Line. Vol. IL SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JANUARY 9, 1897. No. 20. "Wk jCS" 2 V life) IB sss. Hv-- "" - ; m !,D) SB's-r?S s v v-A J lC!iy w '1 IKJPPI rl V, THE SENATORIAL CANDIDATES. All interest is now centered upon the Senatorial contest which will soon be waged in the State Legislature. The candidates for the Senatorship are tLs following gentlemen: Tie Hon. Moses Thatcher, the Hon. J. L. Rawlins, Judge Henderson, the Hon. S. R. Thurman, the Hon. Fisher Harris, the Hon. David Evans, Ex-Mayor R. N. Baskin, the Hon. John T. Caine, A. "W. McCune and the Hon. C. C. Richards. Judge Powers was a candidate but, we understand that he has withdrawn his name in favor of Afr. Thatcher. There is not a man mentioned ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 January 1897

ci' The Broad Ax. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. "WIS straalsita and at all timet uphold ths tree priBdeles of Democracy, but fanner -Catholics, Protestants, Knights of Labor, InMela, Mormons, SeeobUcaa, Priests, or any -see else can bare their-say. so Ions as their sMifffiffr proper and respoasMlltj Is fixed. Tha Broad Ax Is a newspaper -whose platJerm 1 bread esoBgh far all. erer cUImlng -the editorial rlrht to speak Its own mind. Leeal cossBBalcatloBS trill hTe attention; write only on one side of the paper. SUBSCRIPTION: QfM Tear... 2. tfx Months .. LOO S&ee Months M Adrertlslcr rates made known on application. Address all cosssranlcatlons to THE BBOAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake City. Utah. 3UUUS P. TATIOB. .Publisher and Editor. Btered at Postofflce as second-class xnattei Man Is successful when be can combine In himself the enthusiasm of an amateur with the skill of a professioaaL Oem Paul now wants 1.000,000 -damages for his republic, and the old aaa has a quiet way of usu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 January 1897

gfppsspp J Travelers' Tales. A CUsew Femoral. O X veil-conducted Chinese funeral la U,e roost gorgeous sight In Asia. At fv, front of the funeral procession LfjQc the noisy, muslcless musicians. fttn come men oeanng tae insignia g the dignity 01 tne aeaa, a no had py. Next come more mem. carrying gses oi animais, mots, -amDreuas ana pj and white streamers. Alter them' jae men carrying pass ef perfume. jyt before the coffin walkf bonzes, jjlnese priests. Orerthe coffin a canqj js usually cameo. The casket Is jcne by about a score of men. Impedlately behind the coffin walk the Ajftren of the deceased. The eldest pa comes first He Is dressed In cannj, and leans ceavny upon a stout Ict He Is supposed to be too exulted by grief and fasting to walk rttlont the aid of the staff. The other jjildren and relatives follow this chief goarner. They are clothed In whiU sea garments. The women are carded in chairs. They sob and wall at fcterrals ana in unison, when the taring place Is reached the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 9 January 1897

? " ".- ' V REPUBLICAN ORACLE. Tax Semi-Weekly Enquirer, of January 1st, 1897, under the caption "Purify Utah Politics," contains, among other things, the following: "It would please us to see every candidate, who makes himself a church issue, defeated by a big majority. It would teach such candidate in the future to play politics fairly and squarely, and not raise issues in our State politics that have no place there. If young Utah permit the old Liberal war cry to continue to frighten them, there will always be men seeking political prominence in opposition to the church. The better way to do is not to recognize candidates who make that an issue, and soon our politics in Utah will be entirely devoid of the present obnoxious features. "We commend to young Utah, Judge Henderson's Senatorial campaign; .we believe they will appreciate a fight made on strictly political principles, outside of the church and state cry." From the above it would seem that the Enquirer reformer believes th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 16 January 1897

? 'J ?1 in nD &-5jp,iN?s5""?P. f' '?i 'IT 18 JliKKOB ALONE WH1CHT NEEDS THE SUPPOET OF4 (tOYERTJMENTjTruTH CAN sta17d by itself." Tmomas Jefferson. . ''By the Eternal we, SHALL SEE WHO IS GOING , TO RULE, THE MONEY PO WF.H I1RTWR Pl?rVDT.T " 9;") si v r:; j ' 51 an irew j imriinv - -- WWWW.. l -t Hew to the Line. r Vol. II. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JANUARY 16. 1897. No 21. F I fe-Vft ' ifcX np) csErssrri s-iX'-A 5S5 SP Sssr KSy L y ROBERTS ON THE MANIFESTO AND CHURCH DISCIPLINE. Iv last Friday's issue of the Deseret News is published a letter from ' B. H. Roberts in reply to one written to him by a brother from Ogden whose name was withheld. The Broad Ax does not propose to say anything with reference to the Ogden letter or that portion of the letter of Mr. Roberts which deals with church rules and regulations; ecclesiastics can discuss those, for they are strictly within their province. Speaking of the late "manifesto" Mr. Roberts says, after classifying the anti-manifesto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Broad Ax — 16 January 1897

' f The Broad fOBUSHED WEEKLY. "wm srosBlcale aad at all time uphold tfie "trse principle c4" -Draocracj, tot farmers, -CatkeEca, ProteataBta, KslgBta of Labor. Tntteta, Memeas, Bepsbllcaaa, Prleata, or any me dee eaa bars tfedr say, loss as their toiHTUfft If proper sad mpaasMUty U Axed. The Bread Ax la a Betrepaper -whose plattan la feMd eaosgh for all, erer danlnc ft editorial rlsht to apeak Ita own mind. Leeal mrarmrntffl!- will bare attention; write oaly oa nae aMe of the panes. SUBSCRIPTION: Oh Tear J2-00 x iioatfe LOO firee MaBtha -50 AdrertWzis ratM made known on appliesIlea. .Address all coieannlcatlOB to THE BROAD AX, 710 Main Street, Salt Lake' City. Utah. JULIUS F. TAYLOR. .Pnbllaher and Editor. Bctered at Poctofiee aa aecond-claaa matta 'Fame is something of slow and Ready growth, while notoriety comes ud goes with the rapidity of flashlight advertisements of patent medicines. Ken do not have half the ailments that afflict women, bat a visitor from a strange world would...

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