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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 9 July 1898

OUR BUDGET OF JFUN. SOME GOODJOKES. OfHOtMAL AND SELECTED. Tiotttm astj Jsliaa fawi vr wriTjrtw tiw "aceetea Bars e Moosaer GW n'5fwrJSrtc for Dtveree- The Deaeea's EtiWshsMob, The congregation "by- & vote decide It was best That It aad Deacon Homily should take a summer rest? So at the country aeettnff-liOBse-n&ey locked the entrance door, And thut the windows close and tight for 'bout two months or more. The deacon was a preacher that with muscle did expound. And for gestures animated through the country was renowned; His unction and his earnestness, when warmed up with his theme. Some slumbering- member oft aroused from out a pleasant dream. Down on the pnlplt he would brhuj his fist with mighty stroke. And like the wind through forests was his voice when he spoke: And with both feet In number twelves he'd stamp upon the floor. And rant and pitch and shake the house ; win puipu io tne door. ' But while the deacon and his flock en Joyed their summer rest, i New-comers took...

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. — 9 July 1898

. 3- : THE COLORED' AWC1WCAN MurrTOTB air. - : JhraM. momtkm ago as artiste ap$arMl ia Ike o&Jaaasw of tee Brawl ' Ai entitled "Skvory im Afmft.". The C&ni km adaaa yf Waluftb, D. C, reprdclacod k, 'witiMsimaf the Bread Ax any credit. Jfeit-we did sot jrtterose wovi of eeaaplamt. Slwrtly after taat it af profiiiated oeo mr a&ottdeB witaoat paying-betas asd still ire did' not protest sgaktsi the -method it "was parsaiBg, and os oae or two other occaeiooa it bor rowed sefitia&ent asd ideas fro our coloBina bat we did not say Boo. But re did deciae, howerer, that wheneverwe had any occasion to qote from its colaans we woald use the word exchange, instead of Colored American, and by adopt ing that plan we succeeded in smoking them out, for the Ameri can reminded the Broad Ax in its issue of June 25th "that it would cost the Broad Ax nothing to give the Colored American due credit for editorials clipped from its columns. We are perfectly, willing to do that "whenever 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. — 16 July 1898

rv rt4." v'' Fsme s u'r?x&Fr. v - J"'-tcamw J t-UJl SW1W1J !' " "' fc7T ;-". -Z.-Z.-V. - --. ---.V.-i-VI V 'B5f3r'--- iisnfC'fe4i &tf-M?f - -.- -. - 1 V. Milprf., j-.te -' 7T .7t" WV.J vw--:jf , liberty irho is unwilling to grant others all the privileges he claims and exercises for himself. Socrates. J.w vu xsvil 1-ua. v. itcra to burn in J mmi ." it' - -.r t.i . -, . iSKx'ST ;:, tfom - . - - - . - ' a Jm i.i;8m0UMHrUiJMiire'' i- - JJV i m . 1- . i ,,:,: ft? . ? f - -. K rnTmi i iii ran if mt i . Hew to the Line. Tql. Ill, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JULY 16, 1806. No. 47 .."-' ,. . - -. '- - - . . -' ' - ' -- -' - i inv K 1 -sttl A ' J flsf Lr .-T-t . .Atf umbXtM HHttS AB36C&T) W OUR REVIEW. s JCJJT tte ! MTAr Wre f Ae jtmricn .Nejr; iy D. . CvJp, r" 'T4- Ey Jla X XXI1T. YBX XHM AVB THK BBM0CRA7IC - v PAKTT. V, - '; JjtM tbaa oae aoatk from the Prce4Mt of tke United - StatM ke iced ki prodasaatioa. iCwflthig for 75,000 volantecrs bat tbe kotte th bo blaeki seed ap ply. Tk wh...

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. — 16 July 1898

- -A n fe If tsf. ?" " -v r1: THE BROAD IX fOaUBHBD IfMHOux. : - -mM :TMmW. tat. lUMMi ssaa ntemsjsss ea iwwf" nZ? eae tfseesa tan.'ft aer. arlserss metr ummmt mk4, iMMMiMMCr It tattr lajaesane; -VeT i m ' ; -"' eaasnaae am fAaaanansl amamaaanamt asam ammL Mra? flaeanmaaaamat m ailMW lajet tkM ewe ssiaC lMt( WMMMMiMttaM -WIN IWtUwWlH J4trtMac zetas THS SBOAD AX, Tie ttaia Street. gattLekeOKy, JCMCS V. TATLCW.. Hi iterecat The atatlatles eomaletei by the Uait 4 States ash raaainVlon,ehow that am people sera a livelihood from saw Saeaetry aleaa Mkhlaaa ud Ores Mtj thaa ea say he ether Srset lakes, 2.2 aeneas tela ea .aafed la the baslneM. Thefaaraesven-ty-lve Tesaels,eeaaed la tie haalaeas ea Lake Klchlxan, with a total valna- Jea et 3a,fiM. Tie total asout or money pat lata the baataass la Green Bay ana Lake Michigan to JIISSL Chkago ay tall lato tie line of cItIc progress and go lato tie electric light and caa buslaese fcr JtaelL Tie city eoancll, at a recent masting, ln- etracted ....

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. — 16 July 1898

T ?wgt5 , 'J - 3 1 O I mtaH tb.Uowto, toiwwtHnw a receaar: Muwiwlfc (rashls cart,, kofwt, Mns-;nuil gin -yisjiaKh- "Sally , eosae hweviHat inr fettt tie re4 aa twi tatrUr o" liw Bfvp'WSif4.7r stjrr erien the yiMiMir. He W tie road ak MMa njoartar e' Use meat," mtortoi th . "Wvi ah divest ha TrtwkfcTMwa!" wckkio the ysaageter. ''Way, y great Jale, had. awa,' et to tie hatcher's ui get us a artor ' aeasaset" Scottish Nights. . ' . er Um CQBktcr7 hea Jw that, is bo reuee why k eieald he reserves' for special eeeao,ad there'hy haavg a tale, set te m-eattea. several palra ot irfiifs. A.Tews.woauaotsaera ineaoe la social eircler was aeea oae iBoralag reatoTtae femr stale hki mlBc.feirtta from her tat. "ITaat are 70a teteg that fort" "Became' h .answered, with a little sigh, "tie an nual ateetlag aZ the Society for the Presenratic of Birds is to "be held to day." "Well, what ha that to do with, It?" "Why; ra the secretary." Where Were Tbey? The hiiT twe-headed hoy, to the blue1 Jeaas suit ...

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. — 16 July 1898

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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. — 23 July 1898

- ai &$'"H&!i,ue ij-&?rrxspcTigirt -- "i. -W- -''- Nrfinno 1 rfeoamrirtAr nP liberty who is unwilling tq-gjrant osiers all the privileges he claims and exercises for himself. Socrates. '-' . SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JULY 23, 1898. ' T "Til ii arMTawmni jii "--- jTrTiir T I'ii irail Lriiij.Ji '? .. ri wJ . J f I. -" ' . ( u Uwr ball o 1W:V f&m ' IrV iSfev ,wW- wi" 2l XtW am . '"" ' - -- - - -.--.-- - .t . m-r . v -tv ? atr - . & m' a i v - v: . b .- . .:- .- :l:" ' --' "' PV HEW TO TiilE LINE. - '" r No. 48." - (I ' ptc . ty Jirtftfc JJMBBBHBB L m: 3 mm ATC our mriEW. r. ir: cwp, LJfc iirt' ; Jcxxt.. TBI KMM XX Ml RB-M0CBJLT1C TAfT.', M TwtW Wt vkat 4t Itmifil tkoMi fo tit m ifcewieof 'fceITrW, f Oc.beit were DtHio- 2t k. Bimiri hy tJWlio tare .fiiiKr iretk tke iktory of ATrtr tlrt ytd ftmoral ever di- pltji aay iiQK anverj or greater .thM. wkt Gnd W. S. the neat Deaocradc 'Warrior diiyUyol at tke BMsisrabk rfeMkat Grttjslmrf. WkiletW&t 'BTg' nafge8at ir at its J...

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. — 23 July 1898

EflH E J-Jf r: - "i : . . T A ;w - " . ".' fr-' r -3 r at fcl Zi & l-. r- 'j v 3 G ", JO tl THE BROAD: A3L jyPiWy:l;Jkl:B:a . WHB4BBm wmaBBAtB... - BP - M l -? v..' .uL-m ' - m .jm u tmu m ataa .MtMWMllltltMilfMi'M , jf KUNt RMStaL tPMOT TBOAD AI. MEaae OKy. B- ,JCC r. TATW.. at A dWjJJBM MJT. there are Stjly eftseaaarttreHa reel teeae In the world. The dialararwa vhM be ace of JC ttlNN net tsrtaHjf ""tare. i.th adHer ttfce New York t- ; Peec-heard ef the victory Ma- 'BSa h W',maa that iM Wasted B : right Me aad stoat the imMwt. Mt only want te KM tor Cneav st they ro eaHtag la a lead veiM far efctesus far tk(r syectal Thar wfil be Tft3aw to saw ww : Peettaays thatwheBae said a woman asalaa't ge oa the stage wKa aat toeing; er Tktw he wu laboring a4arja srsat iMatal'atnda. Ttot et Tk taaiark H aaiala jraot of -My. aalrlt," aaya tbaTQaeaa Rast, "kail MYer W daaated o kmx u 1 f eaa rtly oa ta yatrlottaa aa4 ccaraga , ,ef-ta apaiard." Bere ara aaaraga aai dcrotloa wortky ef tke lat...

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. — 23 July 1898

JSmml msr x . - : f i '-? 3t-. w - ! ; i " -,- - - -Si rm v v a k fjos f hp fRianvnr rntr , l"" , jT r J, ' "-T , - , v I bios ' VAUIAHT CVAN WHO! XNOwl aeSemiidiiel . NOTPHOWTO.TAWTBIU " : ' ''-".-FT fl sfelmed rmmMrm. eoty "aaa. .j. . Operaslaee 3Pmatmt Mn Mm "f-n'iTi J from mm mn. ' ' !4cv (lHW UttK. f , MJOL Ihers writ- mi Waaiilestoe, Jfca, om IntajaaUag cabas: Trtmmi 1m hare faasjat far Cabas liberty. They, f tn m eoter aa ar tha teg e-f "Onba, Libre" Wit CokMMi Co py's Coagress oC Bomh aiders. IlallCatesalCoay decldeC t akee. tha flag of Caba uR the flas ot nations la hie exhibition, ' and far that ptraeee had. his ageau secure a bud gala Caeasuea- triots forth porpoMoCttacaUag tta peopetthe TJattee: States to knowl edge ot the persoaael ana charaeterle tics of oar aedfabors, thalr .ceataaaee, and their aaa;, to create sympathy aad. respect for the asbfeet. Ia aoiag this be.haa' tae aeetatanee bt those laterest 4 la Caba. Coloael Cody offered .his earvlces to the goveraawst a...

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. — 23 July 1898

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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. — 30 July 1898

? :. v i ii$- -i... ''& 'L''1' " " rV -;3fcpS f- ? '- ' ?Let aw ftilWMM that iKfi x 4- f . N"n n.n i r?Mrvfngr hf r laieD of liberta will con- liberty who is nnwilling to grant others all the privileges he claims arid - W mww ph - a i! ' tiria to "barn in "ill sub m until tberaaball ao loorer 'V leackmbt that all am axe 4kJ;A.wWJ -J,V.,1 &ia Uiwiuu u.rw aesem uM,-nm . l tiBttLjuj iSi.. KLEVST TO THE LINE. Vol. III. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JULY 30, 1898. No. 49 - O ' 'iJiLi '1 -:--, - '.' '"V."' ' . , . - J - ,?- v ? V iTK Ifftfc SfeJBSig vlft ff exercisee ior nimseli. ; ; ,4IOPSIlmMi ff SocraUs., 1 H ? - j- ' - lAWWWavWWi - i-i jkk-JH I I'SiH miss 'ASSociAnotM FALSE REASONING. Hose Skits oace spoke of tfee eikt differeat moatys uled in tke URited StatM. He Mfkt as well speak of tke diy orserea laad tities as tie By paper deed, title by prckBeBt,ky relhuB, leather, clotk, etc., aoeordmg as taeland aad titk were expraesed.oa any one of tbe ranow atateriab. He is as igmoraat a ay...

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. — 30 July 1898

' Y ; ' r 1 . J-'K' ' V k m 'J, ta -&T -a .f iv Tf B t - ; e-ii T 4 r r -, j ' '- -i tt CTE BBOAD AX. utta ; silsthslti c Bum sway, tat SMS, JLBfMfMUnf, HltllMII. gllMilvTMW mm esse se ten their say, m lea- s;1r A Is i a iiinpic wkee s4U : M 'MMWMI SMT MV CrWT CMCsbMsMl - ,ta isWirisl rtfst test Ms swa Meat. Laeal iiwwiminil km ittuOw; acBcicrao: Tear..........4;r............J.w..9B.se ;........ LW 4ABY6tfHcB. Ht-0C MM uwVft erPpfMea H eeataes4eatMa te . THJJBKOAD AX, 7 Kale Street, gaKUaeCMy. Dtd. JCZJtW F. TATtOaV.PaWtafcar sad Batter. atPeatesees- a swil els sutler. se ,The Spemlard. is snfortaaate, tat he asay aoneratulate himself Ikat he Is -tettlag a geographical education "Wanted, a young man. to be partly "evt-ef-doers and partly Inside a hotel," .reads a late advertisement la a bash paper of Australia. A correspondent feels eempelled to ask -what -would hap .lea when the aoor was shut. . Patriotism is capable of some curious alfeetatio&s; for example, when It -nvesa...

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. — 30 July 1898

. k "-" - ffiTEl HE EARMED0ftQUr IN THE la Ttotj.fFWH Fine MttetrM cm theT3fMf:i AC AX Aaaairal Jam as X. JToaetf rstlr '. -wko "wore tie rttet8tPIglit J Ji Jtt" tartac tie wir of 'VS. 1 V .. aasMered 6ae of beat Uvlag authori ties oa the art ot bats! -warfare and tie Implements most eMaacIoac la Its proper proseca ticn. Be Htm la Wasatagtoa at No. 1313 S jtreet ortkwert, aad walla bow ia Is tesayorarlly laalspoeed and con fined" to ate resldeBee, he Is as vlger ens aaa lety as a yewth. mentally, aad will sees be la taaaaaae coadltJoii pfey slcallr. He carries tek seventy years better taaa most an carry fifty, aad eTery aatana. lads' -aim In the saddle rWUr "sail after tae aottads. as taey sead a red fox skarrylas taroaga. the Mlk at ataiylarid. Josett's record la, the "aavy fills aaaay a glorious page. He Is a Kentncklaa, bora there la Feb ruary, "28, aad proud of his deseeat from a brave aad fearless ancestry that made Itself felt In the wars of the old world and came to the new t...

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. — 30 July 1898

J vJ V- :' mf- - ?.&-' -, j q -.- ssuMai 1 .o RiGof 1$ v ih it fcV I 4 K. Ift",' iv; 9& fw THBUTAtt PftatBS ftwytvfn Imr ssjnriM m .4 " . .- a HTvOlf Q --S, r- vmX.tx.em Am Costilla, aaa k hyallthatitwsatha hmgdj 'M aad tie sort ML Watte Mtf wowatioi There was m the aahDehborl eMt haaarea to a thaaicaa .Moofewaoa the afaaaeVs oa that bomirii aad they .all ssesaea to jy taveaaselw. TaWe was aat m assay the saitora mL taaurwxTSs wMMtM lMt tew. battlus w bkcuiwoh: - 4vlt aaa. mwhu iiwiuit Al 1 1 .i. JJ lilirtill ! its MM t ": r ajr- - m l largely wiag to -tlw 'fact that a aasabsr thasa wereia attead aaaeattha meetiaf ef the "West hra Jiiodal'Fdratioa which aet ia Osaka the 16th of July, and laaeuaaot return in tisaetoba fmefttatCartilk. ,, jTha feUowiag aewspaper; asee aad ladies looked after tke wants aad caforts of its friends: 'Prest. Joha Jahms aad Mm. Aana Mer ita, Desert News; Miss Boss, Lehl , Bsaser; J. M. Boydea, Mt. l3eaaat Pyrsaaidj E. G. Bogaon, Pajaoe Globe; M. L. ...

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. — 6 August 1898

.iT if- &&&. 9fc. 5 - '? - !. i.--. r .r Iiet tjs all hope that the No one is deserving of lamp ui uoerty "ynll con tinne to burn in all men until there shall no longer liberty who is unwilling to grant others all the privileges he claims and ":H'A. he iiioubt that allmen are created free and equal.-FWi, wbw wrvvi Hew to the Line. Tol. IIL , SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, AUGUST 6, 1898 No. 60 ;, , "Vajr f ? life s&hs3$witih '4jlSPKi igpftSfiBSi OUR REVIEW. Of if A Perf end the Future of the American Negro, by D. W. Cylp, A. M., M.D. XXXVI. TBI KEQKO AND, THE DBMOCRAT1C ,.- PARTY. The members o oar race have been taught to believe by the politi dans 'and the other opponents of Democracy that the Democratic party and all its leaders vigorously opposed the passage of the civil rights bill. But this is not true. It is true that several members of the Democratic party recorded their votes against that measure. Nevertheless it p'assed bothbranch- ' es of congress and was placed on...

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. — 6 August 1898

:t ! i I . .$ H W I tv t v M & I ;q THE BEOAD AX PUsKJHD WBywilltteM dataRtaaesaffcoM tfcs tr pkaeistaa Paaacyaey, at Jarssen; Oaiaettea, PrssetaaW. sTmlgi-U f Later, I MtkMwwi, aupsallwa, Prfestt, wmj a eat a hava tfcatr say, a .lea aa ttBnuirt vr rrr- t lur '- Tke BeeeS ArlatHiwvkaN afet fem to bread esesc far a, ever dahalsf the esitotial rlcht te apeak Ha own salad. laesXeeaaButeatieM wBI save attesUea; writ emXr He e tke Baser. SUWeCRIPTION: Om Tear $2.8 x Moatks ........ LN Tare Keats c... M . AdrertlalsC rate made kaown oa applies, fetes. Address all communlcatles to THE BROAD AX, HO Mala Street. Salt Lake City. Utah. TCeJaS V. TAXLOU..Pal)Uaber and Edits. -"Entered at Postofflce aa aeeosd-claaa aaattar. Adherents of the Spanish throne proudly talk of what is behind it, bat this at present to Its occupants most be of less interest than what's before It Tho Austrian government has de ' cJCed that "hello" in telephoning is im polite and must not be used. Bat It often te con...

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. — 6 August 1898

"V - HGHT UNDER WATE& VISIONARY SCHEMES FOR THE OCEAN'S BOTTOM. to Scrap Bsttleshlpf Cleulac the Halls of tbe Xaral FlgTatrs la Their Talaabli and decenary Work Xow The DlTlaff Apparata. From the "Washington Poet: If Paul Jones In ghostly guise "wanders around the warships of our new navy he mast see many surprising accessories to. the fighting forces as organized In his' day. One novel and. useful addition to the crew of a warship of the present time is the submarine diver. The impor tance of this Individual to the welfare of a warship has been amply shown during the recent operations against the Spanish fleets. Speed has been tho most important point in the maneuver ing during the openings events of the war, and this has rendered it neces sary for our ships to be in the best possible trim for fast work. As, ow ing to the lack of foresight on the part of those responsible, we -are not pro. vlded with the necessary dry docks to enable us to clean the foul bottoms of our vessels ...

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. — 6 August 1898

On o Vr z t P - fir ? J" -TV' ; W fJTA ! n't. .' r I- K '. VP. ..& I.V- fc-. -f- l-t :v- ri'-'- ?. ;w; - . o VWLUAM .WUCASC TPAMDU. - jpm' -w jfMt . yer U umirtr asm article wiiek vftunAjm. Mkm TW Dl-r, vJkly SOta, tMftfatlTbe Bacit. We, tWiritn of tie Kaats iWHoiaiare aecwAti fcy Mr. W. IF. Tajter sot tloag tie rigat ttiag fey Mrs. CelHas. He starts off by mHb$ m cbeop akrews. "We -vevld like tie gsatkm&n to ex-' gilata ik word cheap skrew aad wkr kegot da. to ssca ralgar aUuag. It. does mot souad asuch like a geatleaaaa's writiag and we tkiaktsta Mt. W. W. must hare failed to overlook hie proof before it Treat to tbe press. Yoa taiga t ask soase of -oar learned men of the day what yrornSd tke United States do with Porto ILico or Cuba. They coald readily "tell you. But aak them what is meant by the word cheap shrew and they would refer you to the alums 'and dire of our city. Wdoa't say that Ur. Tay lor got kj word cheap shrew from there. Set we do say that the scrub-that he...

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. — 13 August 1898

fc rTT" V - rt - ft,-,,,,,,, t. -,n . ayrfttjf -j, a - . . ..t. r b Tififc na all "rmrua rf L, laiDD of llhrf,V will nnn " No one is deserving of tinije to burn in all men. until there shall no longer be X doubt that all mWara liberty who is unwilling to grant others all the privileges he claims and exercises for himself. Socrates. 1 i i $! Created frAA nnrl onnol M!' i -- vxjuai.-iHlli A Hew to the Line. VolJIL SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, AUGUST 13, 1898 No. 61 ,-r' I, -,,-, -M- I PtESS r ASSOCIATION CURSE OF IGNORANCE. That same brute, ignorance du played by to many in their treat ment of the negro is also" manifest in many other ways. It results in great misery to the masses of man kind. They are hardly worthy of pity because they hare no right to bev so unreasoning and uncharitable. Brains were given us to be used. No people have any right to live as thoughtless as brute beasts and yet the majority do persist in living so. Tis not lack of schooling for it seems that no amount of schoo...

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. — 13 August 1898

X "4 eyr U- JT w I ' THE BKOAD AX. PtJWTJgHID WBXKLY. ma KtMlfite aa4 at aH ttaea spaeM the trae prtaefrtea f Democracy, bat hnun, CetheBei. ProtesUats, 'Kstgnta of Labor, In '. Meases, ggyrtHwui. Priests, or any ee else en have their say, s leas as thetr tsacwage t srapor sad respoaaftlllty U trad. T Bread Ax Is a newspaper whose plt fera ta bread eaosfii me aH, erer.,cl3isla tfeo elteril rirat to speak 1U owa'tnla. Xieeel eeataaalcatlosa will bstc atteatloa; write caly ea oae aide of the paper. SUBBCEIPTION: Oh Tear. $ Sir Months. L09 Tare Months .89 Adrcrtlslne rates made known on applies, tlon. (address all commnalcatloas to " V THE BROAD AX, 710 Mala Street. Salt Lake City. Utah. ZVcXVa B. TATLOIL. Publisher and Editor. Bntered at Fostofice as second-class natter. Some actors find the glare of the deadlights moro annoying than that of tho footlights. The war-like reporter blows up" a lot of speaking-tubes in his efforts to cap ture Information. A married man says there is evide...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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