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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 13 August 1898

- c SOLDIER AND HIS POOD, f ceding am army h aiek am of cndcruuax tsarn stoat mU are to appreciate. Oaljr tfc ssert has bees foe years &&? wKk oint for urge aaeen f yer- j can preperly alner the tkree Lis a day that are-Meeaaary to keep fee Sam'a sea Is good tcatlsc eoa- on. It certain stages is tselr career the bare tseir food prepared by ex- ienced cooks, bat osee fairly ca lked in soldlerlss la the teld, they cook tselr own ratloss a task It very many of them are not an- tlio to shirk 'wbeaerer tsey r , anybody -who Trill aasaae tae re- lasiblllty of "what is to then a great dertaklag. list has been prepared by aa ex- showing how best to bm the tea ratloss that are serred oat for men. The following is the Issue given Is this list: "The qaarter- ster-sergeant drawB 56 pounds ol i, 174 pounds of bacon, 850 pounds bread, 750 pounds of potatoes, 75 inds of coffee, 102 pounds of sugar 102 pounds of beans." This is allowance for seventy-five men ten days, and is either parceled...

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. — 13 August 1898

, ,W-- .) K V- I 1 1 IvV U t tr- fcif- U'l -H ' Vf hi i ht S' Is i? t ; .-. ! X A STERN REBUKE, jeer mm calls a s?as a spam. To tie dKtw of tie Be: Rer. Jofca Albert fimiiMM nakcs & grave cbarge agaissttke people of Osaka oa aecoaat of their treat eat of oar colored felkwcit!ieM. Heckims that decent aegrocs arer uscriBiBated against in botch, reetaaraats, places of amaeeot, etc., a&dt&at ho matter how aaany dwrepatahle white rowdies may ireoseHt web. places, there ia no objection raised, hut a colored man or woman is looked upon with costempt aad refused atteation. . I caa bear evidence of the truth of every word written by Rev. "WUliams, and I hare often said to myself that the -people of this ooaatry are the most perfect hypo-, crites ia the world. As long as they can violate the statutes with impunity, no matter how grave the offense may be, their conscience never upbraids them. Apparently their motto is: "You may break the law but don't be caught at it." We supposed ...

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. — 20 August 1898

". w 3 rt !. , - - ; JUftws... ,. .. "--- -fi. - vjp,- . 4JJ, fc-;-J . . 5. , f $$&. i -if f ,; .' ,.;& .-; u i - j V'. -"jfejft :x f TrfA n 'mil hrtrA f rf fka '2 lamp of liberty rill eon--tinue to burn, in all ma untU there slialLno longer No one is deserving of ho is unwilli others all tl i he claims ai for himself.- jSVft auuim wm ii mm axe I created'xree andequiL-PWi, 5&K HEW TO THE LINE. Vol. III. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, AUGUST 20, 1896 No. 62 T V I lOI.f gHSSf f liberty to grant privilege f exercises IB f Socrates, 1 (s&wttiimss AsaoeiAmor LOOKING BACKWARD: v With taw issae of ta Broad Ax, it 1m eemalatei its taircl year of joaxaaKatk life. Tareer years ago it made its f rst appearance .aad tka far it ha survived tke rocks awl aionaa, and as become aixtareiajae aoaws o haadreda of the best aad brightest men aad woaaen aot oaly of Utah bat also o$ other states, and copies of. it fears been sent to JSaglaad, Ger many, Fraaoe, Sweden and other European ooaatriee. G...

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. — 20 August 1898

r N8-, x -. E. . " ' - i i .f -ST.- THB'BEOAI).AX. aat At aa tines aetata a tnu urinrlllM BtMSMT. fcflt SsUamsCa, CaJteaeTiataataaii. JMtt a Ir. la- aaata, Mbhiwm. BeaaiHaaai. 3?ti. 9TMT v m ttaoaten their my, M teac tklr acgtOMHraat -OMlHtylgxM. Tie Bml Ax to a nrtnr wkoaa Btet im!a.Be4 ea ga far aa, srar rialnlf etatariel ri(Utt U w a. ' Eeeal rommnnlrttinnn wiU faftve attestfe; 'write oat? aMaeCtae papar- gUMCstlFTION: )3M' a.B , . "Tfcree Month.. ......... ......- J "AdTertktsc rate suae kaewa e appHea- AMreee all cesuBBalcatie to THEBBOADAX, 7MM!b Street. gait Lake Cliy. Utak. 'JTJ2IU8 E. TArLOK..PabHA.aBd Bea. 'Batered atFoateSce as Beeeaa-claaa atattea, - The more -work a man Is -willing to do the more others are willing he Bfeomld. " Waea a "-woman can't find any place else to pat a thins she holds It in her rasHtfc. . "Whea It. comes to-raising Yegetables the' amateur gardener isn't in It -with aa old hen. t It is aaaecessary to dlscusa the pro nunciation of Schley's name. ...

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. — 20 August 1898

BifihiC farty Kae mi fTl0VPlWl Kfiffitfl MKtBMi l McOlnre'8 the Eagllsh beat, the Turblnia, which, travels forty Biles an boor with ease, suggests that it Is a good this that wo are tuA over stocked with torpedo boats at the be ginning of the war. Apparently all previously known speed records for chnrt distances oa tcarpr am . eclipsed. The Tnrbinla Is the Inven tion of Mrv Parsons of Newcastle, a son of Uord Bosse, who Is widely known for the big telescope that he built It burns coal, but has no steam engine In the ordinary sense of the word. The cylinder and piston are replaced by a set of turbines In side the steam chest These are at tached directly to the shaft or rather to the three shafts that carry the nine screws. The steam turns at the rate of 200 revolutions a minute with perfect case and smoothness, while the best marine engine In the world would tear itself to pieces do ing a quarter as many. In fact, the Turblnla's screws could be run up to 10,009 turns a minute If ther...

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. — 20 August 1898

t V I ". J m m iftv l I I W w: r la '..' 63-' . .,! ?r" 9AJMTK VALLEY bVB1pbSKM .awveJSBs SjSWSSBS BLX. '"VaMMBt XmtCMtW, 9ftf9f CUy lEemasaa aCasa gMMMM alaea sad pntttk stfcar in mm aaslMtiM fttatii wk jatiy p J, Ac Ussiest Ufcm r int ristt to "IW Vsa .dBavVf) Jc9tMfllsrV C. K. Jjmiot Mt. a MstcnMr to Htc Bism Ax,smt! 4ertly after tstttke w placed at BBE JsVV"Jsv asV. JssnEaVcHBiL BflVtUB Hentwrsci tolas kae recently aejii wita w caBed to pay cmr respects to tke Bishop be was very Htmtk gritifai to aseertaJB. ike fact that tbe greed Ax fcl sot Biased He iesae dariag bit afeseece, aad be tbrpeapo resewed bis sab scriptiosi tO-OKr pablicarioa. We arrived at Moroai orer tke Sampete Valley road, vkick kas greatly kproved its traia service between Nepbi asd Maati, ad we fated tke mgbt at tke omc of Hob. Aaroaaad Mrs. Hardy. Mr. Hardr is oae of Moroni's saott tab iaatialdtbea and a warm sup porter of oar Ax. While raiting 'tke Hardys we bad. the pleasure of being pretested to Mrs. Harve...

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. — 27 August 1898

- 1 rr-i-;- ---.9 l Wj . L-; ! :.?-. a .v: t. 5 a .. ;. " ft? - I 'hXfMlJtt0p8'ttNtbfe J - . .'4, j- - ' NTn nna lo'HaAcyinnrr rkf 1M.B uf Ubertv aril I 'iw.. t'f r- t(nt to barn in sJl mo liberr who is unwilling to grant .others all the privileges he claims and exercises ' for himself. r hrmx vootb soul no longer r y. r t LT-.r .- .w.- k, . r .i.uaiiw BW,Uli.I, ' .-. .. SocrdUs. - - - BiEW TO THiB LINEX fj l IT. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, AUGUST 27, 1898 No. 1 - 3f J .IB Bk JLr V- " 1 iT "-i ' . tX ASSOCIATION THE NEGRO'S PLACE IN HfSTQRY. Bf Prtf. miUs Btmghi&H efOk'w jr -iSt&tt CMMWH)f. -.. Darmf tklifeE Hwkii every gMuntidB m W eoafrspted iri& k or aoni jfrTe soeUl qwetioM te selmtio of whieh noomod, at the tme, to be of vital mgerti&ee to tke progress of ciyiKiatioo. So, too, every age kas kai its alarakts. nko kave praacked wars- ad desoUtioa aad ike mtter .dastractios. of eiktiag stitatdoD. Bat civiliaatioQ kas atoved oawarf. Every age 'aad evry feaeraikm has ieed ...

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. — 27 August 1898

."- if&SP' ' V-""H. d V ' . S f-?- l.. 4&- " ' is v IV--- I? .' i w I"H he a t S"l fc. IM 1 -. . ., - i -- vr y 5 fM ;;. A r r j' S?s-, BBOAD -A3L. TOKJSHXD 1TMMCXT. t'.aM'Atf 4aa .fc DMNtMfi hat WIHH lCCbMrM- I'JPWWW, ST any itanr4iwrMjaurttUM. rna. Xx to. a mmw wnaee - ( 1b ktee. eaeea a, ewe dale ristt'teavaakltsewastia. . uitmi itaMias wMaarc attaalsea; Wt aeiy 'an ess WntlMTt MJBCsUPTIOtt: Tear........ - iW.tAIM fc'Mitki M .... M Sfce,Maate,.. ..y,....s....... . Ararttelac nb steae fcMwa'Mi apaMes ; H eaemaeteaileea to -' m mm m Mn ttctr aar. mmt ,. V SHE BROAD AX, ,-.";' HI Tfcfci Street. H - .Salt Lake Clty.-TJtak. -jjcsics-r. xirtHUJhAfcer'a Kens ;WmtTTTJl nt r--m seeeee-ctsaa; . sttet A, sa&n may he heart and seal in tho war and yet bpdlly'absent. " The' more h- man puts la a riot a ehlne the less he takes out et It. Tkl3 world would be a paradise It people were .as goedXaa their pictures .'leek.. . woman's words are. tke milk and 'her steaning thef cream wkkk s...

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. — 27 August 1898

5 ti B sanaaa... 1 3 1 CAMPUBE OTBTCHEa -a- mi - , , i r GOOD 8HOBT StOftiBS FOR THE VCTKHANS. Hitched hy ay Story Abut v ' 1TB Timet AlCyaHatoa -lr r alight' rrenOI la' aVelerr 1 mmI ""' (From tk 'SfHtegSeid. XtevabUewJ) When the bl lie-black -waves Are tipped with -white-and the fejy traAe- wlndaStsw-. " When the pataai-crovned cot Is Cm offlng lies, -with sands like the driven snow, , When the mighty nulla o5 the battle- ahlpa-rthe natkra'a strength aad pride And the Ghostlike little torpedo Boats are lying aide by atte; When -mn to stfll save tho screaming , uicj urcis iuga oeraead. When naught Is heard on the steel Bound decks save tho watchers toeasuosd tread. W1ea. ' t0 tadward a tiny cloud Seats up from the grim old fort. Then the jHerclng aeream of a shrapnel hot and the ten-ton gun'a report. Tea,' armored decks are. alive with life. aaa the calls to quartera below, xaea the gun crews stand beside their ,. the stokers sweat below. Then the jingling bells to the engine . ob ...

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. — 27 August 1898

i. 1 -V - ;" - H ' rr? . 1 "TTy,MP?T!M3y 'jfcP!1'-rwiri' y)ajpi y - 5ee ". B ifc? ' X - 7 H,, &- 8A1T jr. IJh '1 iSfes&j HaWl?J'i CHIPS Jvaea A. G. Noaaaxtv kei seated tl Broad Ax with of poe'aaa, from tae pern 4 tonr A, Whrtiaaa. who it toat taeassgro raee. laay.WWsV a(ti for SB tfcj efUsMfe. We ariaae tae took, aa we eaell atV tf ' tltt of the ?Wosi. m Jfl" far the flaarawas Cowrt iaB.ia well tfce Jew: , if he was to that linewrohiii aAiw b hot; oeiaaon tfcat he wod eialto am eueitoat Jwdfeaa-deal - - -- : .'. . i:rii. 11 ww - - v j f Iks aseasbeia of tfce ytioeal Heffo IVeioawptic Ikum bob deeta rssdta McloBky atd tee BpvbHeaLrfy for iatiiBg; to'sap prees ljMJNaf, as taey lee. the ae- ,fo to aehVre taey weald. Pac be rt NMeni, tktktPraaiiPMt Jte- 'Kiaiay yrgciaitud to the -woeM ttMtljMiubc wpk'OMM. t, as aaattar of loot, iynAtaw, l all ot aewteseaeae aave - at aa asarastar pate hsm HcKialer await PratMont of IfeUaits states. , Tkb aeittUBl sUeafcUe ITtali I aoaaeirfcat Mi...

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. — 3 September 1898

Z- ?r x . ; - !. , jr - fir -- r Let w ill hop that the J ' of liberty will con- I kD tihue to tjurn in J.al K men i IsatfU there shall no longer ? o aouot that all men are ertated free and equal.-! Tot iv: SALT DAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPTEMBER ,31898 No. 2 "" p..?-- - 'ajgyTFggy? TTp - IW-'1 Sl' 'f " - i-TTT?- X C " J" ' 'sBZZZ ' Ta, 'rl - vf?"" -"" - v i?-Vfr.; -- . ?Z . Vii:i--V-. -' . , ft.' - ' ''-' -. . . - 0W a3aaal hmiw m "V. . " ' i ''1rfe C2C)' irvL " 4!vW '"IpNooneisdeeeivinr of 'llnMVr- Z-V i" XCmV ( liberty who is unwilling J Vii'wJ M WT .' x-i-1-" rTf feSy f to ant" others all the i 1Tfc L. . ' B 1 Bt 1 KJ9T v- T mm-' K. M W ' VVI C V HM W .TlFl 171 lOfTUB n t niQlTTIH nil ? ra vj ifxsA' jc: r5-.?,3fV uis' iv 'f"'"rfr"17" 1 .; . si,.- u ft- aMCiuiKAiaHrnfnfi9ErAY& jh - yszsr . . ;'- , Hew to the line. . - . " - - i : . ; . : z : : .-. ', TW ' k L . fe T - M - k r t . klii'ittss A5S0ClATlt)M . OMAHA AND CHICAGO. ux.tr, August 21at, t editor of te Broa Ax kft o& te Uai...

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. — 3 September 1898

- I c T& Jf - J" i- I i '?'.. 'fcfeS - ,f OTDB BEOAi) AXL -. 'CTTBCZSSXD ITSKLx. t T3 SSatStsSMB4MM a DMiewg. bat tarsi , iriiasii, caay i aa am Me mr.ym Inch taafcr ! to fWMT aa tttjWIftllHyH MM. , Ax to a au j "irQf-Hw- lw to a , aawsa fcc AM, rrar sUlaMsg, law Uifrtal ricatts Nk Msswa actaa. "teeal HMHriMttmvttkin tttwHwi wtfta. Ml? aaa.fcte aasar. J : ' SDWKIFnOK: OsXr,....., ...... Jte Masks. . TfcPfcff" JKOCtttf iiTNtWiCNtM . Ltt kaewa oa sppMes- SB IWIHlMtlW te THK JSROAIKAX, . . 710 Ham Strew. Salt Lake CKy. Urn.. JULIUS K. TAYLOR..r?llc uri MttM tort atfNtales,UHMii-dui asatsas J ' Isma mem are bom great aad otksrs toil p their txoasers aad -wade rljat bite the midst of graataeaa, A saa aever realizes bow mean he la aul he la a caadldate for Some osaca or tie defendant la a alTorc salt A tramp 'abroad latae'morBlas; lor your health Is bettersthaa two at the backdoor looking fee seaethlBg to eat. Wt don't know how pervera-feels on the subject, bat we woola-raiker b in pr...

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. — 3 September 1898

, - 3 VI 7 " Ut r - ffioeior ptooji jots; CAPTIVfAMf ARM AT SlatOM- BY.. Stay wet to Gtta to Weft. ZJtttf. A corresposWfcftte tiwCMtMi ord, writlsfrs 3bsYfe fee capture o;SthBifflr! the form ing descrBsfV tbe Saaaifc priwH ers: ' ' ', mV Thereare 1B0 aCfeast k'taW'late defenders of Santiago liddiei up within a f ow-9d btrb-wire lel' ore a few hiawat'ymrie f reat the hos pital, and tbe kasaber lg Increasteg hourly. They, ebegiaaiag.to come ia TolnntarUy now, ss-me wb were taken.' In the attacks os XlCany asd who were eichaaged eecaniae from their own lines asd seekl; eapttrlty as oth er men might seek freedom. Captivity means to them safety asd three nnu a day, whereas wKhla tbe city or Ja Its defensive treaches they might get one meal asd they might not, while if they, take 'to tbe 'Woods there the Cm bans await them cheerfully anxtana tr carve thea Into little pieces. They are little men and lithe for tfc most part. These .Spanish prisoaers, with closely cropped hair and skins, var...

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. — 3 September 1898

- cf Jji .- V - - 4-1 - 'f - 5 ."; .rs . . - svv :- V e - ,. C i " tfO B BBLaasBsS aMMf n. . . Im r awn eoaatry, thea, the eff-ribe has proved kself fro fMMtre wttaoat lmitatio. ,Atl- it ia cmkmre hi been eoe- laveraiace the Irst Itaadfal was 1 fad wtnrdora aatT that loo aader disc4Uageaeats aach m bo otter aeoale have eaeoaa tend. Thaa f ar we can rejeteeiBtf the happy solatkm of oae ef at meet iiftcalt social problem. The aaad that has guided these people has aat led them astray. paths have beea-dark bat the day dawas. Toe alarmist, howerer, does sot care to recall the past; ke prefers to view,.' with a disordered iaaagiaatioa, the future, and his TMtoBs are painted with the gloomi r. -ml est forehodiafe. Let as, thea, leek into the future, fiat ia enkrto realise the capabilities of the megro race, we-maef fully uaderstaad the remote pastaktory of the blacks as fcrace, :z -The question LHhSf ' the "aegro race -at any period of time or'ia anycoaatry oa the globe been a factor la 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. — 10 September 1898

?l?f!tiW j ?je- a v. VW " J" J&j. -. ' k .' ", .A- a? 3 i , JSV-. -V. r - IietQgallliopthstrtbel Ulp of .liberr will con- : V No one is deeerring of ho is iinwiilinj others all th( he claims anc for himself. turae to born in all men" jf iiuitil there shall no longer! ' i . d a. aoaro inftc an sen are , V nrttntmrl Asia and Ainol Mill fc Hew to the Line. a Vox.. IT r . SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPTEMBER 10,. 1898, No. 8 V- - .. . v. . ' - - T " : - - ' ' . 23S''. -S v J" - x . . " j" 7 . . - - ' i f liberty i f to grant f privilege $ exercises f Socrates. J 3KlJlAH-MK !AS0.AT1GN OMAHA AND CHICAGO. Accoaanro to tie World-HcraH aad tke Bee, tke receetio. aao1 ,- keafaetwkfckaas accorded to tke aaeaakera of the Western Negra frees Association by tkeoitiaeas a . Omaka, so. Tuesday ereaiag , Aag. y 33.U896, was the fiaestaadjke graadest social affair ever keldia that city. Both o these great dailies pro claused to the world that it ei edkd a id awrpasted the baaoet aad re options which b...

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. — 10 September 1898

-." ' . ' -Y- ,F . J1 c S. 7 nrv . -.T-l " Ifc Q8 all hope thatthe 1... A lamp of liberty will con-1 ' v No one is deserving of ho is unwillii others all tl i he claims ai for himself.- r x: i t. - ii i wuae ro Durn m ail men f until there shall no longer 1 " 'X :im xuouix, inwaumiD arev created free and equalPiifc, Hew to the Line. -Si Vol 1 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, SEPTEMBER 10,. 1898 No. 8 i?-'y!i i T w '-- - r !' Irv x 1-1 - liberty v f to grant ? privilege f exercises I Socrates. ' 1 apdi'1',. iihb 1 1 ah KESi ASidtlATTQSr OMAHA AND CHICAGO. Accokbzng to tbe World-Herald d tkeBe, tke recepdoa aaiB banqaet if hick, n as accorded to the aeabera o( the West-erR Negro Press Association the ettureu of Omaha, an Tueeiay ersalBf , Aug. 3,1996, was th fisestudthe 1 grandest social afEair ever held ia that city. Both o these great dailies pro claimed to "the world that it ex celled cad surpassed the banquet csd receptions irhich hate been given, by the best whites of Oraaha. The reception ...

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. — 10 September 1898

"' ;'. .. - .r t ". $ . y-i LA, I' 'A wr . v MS 4 f - 31- It-. i" t; m J S. M " t - ."' -. 'PfflBBKOADX. raMntaa thaaaABtaar Ht li(UiK;b- wiimtHi see dM aaa ai Chair Mr. aalcac.a " Ta Breed Ax la a a WjaaaLaB aaanAaaA tte-MVMriaa ttat at sneak He ewe' IamI nwrtnlTnii w ten atttaHan; WtMIMIKtMWK- SUBXQnKMt: i Hat -2tMltkBttja : ;,- XHtte., . V' tMnta all wMiriettlwi "to " ' THE BSOAD AX, mxtit am, BaltXafce CKy. Utah, JU2JC8 r. TJJXOaUKaaaaer tad ttendat Froem aa Indian's standpoint It's America fo- everybody bat the Amer- Its about as hard to set mosey cut of a beat as it Is to set blood out of a turalp. There would be fewer bachelors it Ihey were net allowed to associate with married Any eld bachelor wKh pleaty of money can obtain, a situation as an Heal husband. . Some writers have a wealth of thought aad they all ham the thought of wealth. - .Woman was made from the rib of mas; but as to the origin of ladies his tory is painfully silent. Seme women are so backward that they are 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. — 10 September 1898

1X?V X& V - .- , . y 0 - -,. - V : -y t jg-. FT v V e: rf ?v - : v V-v- fiEBKOM)X TTMt iiwUnii aaaht asTtsaaes ifMI tW 9C JvWNtVy f Vb JtsaaVaBarasj .KMikMsf Lar.Xa- , gtirtHmi. Meatt. er.aaf eaa esse ea hare tkelr w, atleac u their IkJwtii It a aesrsa-aaar wheee Hat fcm k wa4 wo h er aa, eer elsJaetaf the ecmtattel rial M- Weak Ha ew jatea. Lees'. HHmkatiu win here atteaaaa; wMe eJy aa eae M of the paper. OwTewr..... : . ShOfeathe.... ...... IM Three Heaths J Ad Terttetec rates asaae teewa ea applies. mirelrall comanaicatteaa to "-"r THE BROAD AXJ 716 Mala Street. Bait Lake Ctty. Utah. XXJhtVS T. TAXLOR..PfcUeher aaefMMac, atra at Featesace aa eceaa'-ctess HsaHe."' i . ' ' " , I From an Indian's standpoint It's America. Icy everybody bat the Amer icans. 'It's about as bard to get money out of a beat as It Is to get blood out of a ttcalp. There -would be fewer bachelors it they were not allowed to associate with Buxrleamea- Any old bachelor with plenty of Money can obtain a situ...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 10 September 1898

W "? -F-' L - K v feisaor LwuMtegn prw3dt at AHOcuuoa oc emrmtmma aoiwanceel recesrtir hi ; that the tfoe was sweraaeB- rhea th average receipts of ' rpnwvaat-Mceed jwo 17W. I Ie His Lite Savlar-ettieas. Dmitry boy Ttttiag JJew York a raoaway team that "was to dash oa the sJiewalk "where were handreds of wosea apd He saved their lives, hat owa. Hendrede of Mvee are every year by Hbstetter's Stes Jliters. People with disordered .Afe llvai on1 Thiizrala m ru"ftac.1nr totfood health by It Hmnk as m Car stiaa. viewed death -with eahWBesa itode. tor he has Ions beea a ellever in CfcrtrUanUy. "If I were stlan." ae wrote m toe saidst 01 ace-German "War. "I would not kue to serve the kins another hour. should I Incessantly worry myself or in uus worm, exposing myseu Lrrassments. annoyances and evil ent, U I did not feel bound to do try on benait or uoa7 ijia j. not t in. a. divine ordinance which has this German "nation to become id creat. I had never taken to the itic trade, or havinir don...

Publication Title: Broad Ax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 10 September 1898

f'' - '-". ' a 1 - a - . X p Q t$ rr rf?. tf -w : r;. OMAttA AJtO CHICAOO. ImttO Ttlf Aid fTMMl -Of. oar wy oWtoasT'sai to Ac IGsrway railroad. ytaa Ui Taaiie jy-rtea aal trail l ears irawa fey im tfce UaHed StotoiMteU .fret dd f t- AJier if aadiag seranl bears ia witamiag the f hU in tWstraeta oaUatitas,aatre otker placet o wtenrt, we baie esr eoapa&ioti farerH,.tfeea -we boarded iae:45 xereM trau orer tke Silk Ltae aurora m the Garage, Milwimkee Jc St. Paal &ailTay,-aad oh Thars iay awraiag we were peraaabalat ia arossd the iireets of Chicago where we apeat fear days in vkit iag with-a few of oar frieads. la oallkg apoa John P. Tfaters whose effice"is in the Kidzk BuildiHgwe were aleaaed, to see the Broad Ax eccapyiag a prominent position oa the table aleag with the great dalHes ef that woaderfal city. Mr. Wafers k aa eauaeat lawr aad he k kept busy from early morn . iagatil late at might in looking after the iaterests of his clieats. J. W Whitehead, Jr., foraierly of this...

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