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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The broad ax. — 24 December 1898

.. . javiv: 2 nitCSYMP IfckAcic? An yesr nrrs weak? Can't yes deep well? Pate 1b yew back? Lack energy? Appetite peer? Digesttea bed? Balls er pimples? These are tcre signs ef pelsealag. Frea what poisons?- From poisons that are al ways found in cewtipated bowels. If the contents of (be bowels are not removed frea the body each day, as nature intended, tbese polseaeus substances are sore to be absorbed into the blood, al ways causing suffering and frequently caasiag severe disease. There is a coshbos tease cure. AVER'S PILLS They daily insure an easy and natural movement of the bowels. -e You will flndthat the use of q Agcr's with the pills will hasten recovery.. It cleanses the blood from all impurities and is s great tonic to the nerves. WrftmUtrnDeotar. Oar Bedlcal Department has one of the ant eminent pbytlcUns la toe Dnlted Sate. Tell the doctor Jest how yon are u8ertrr. .Yea win reeetre the best medlealadne. Lowell. Mass. awy f t y y y, t y aw .m a .. -tv j. j .ba, ,eaw. w """...

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. — 24 December 1898

rjT- "v" y "S JC-P"-5.T3K. - A -.'- ' ttr -ST - t- :- - i- s - r i. '.'? - J !25 5X 3- ?" "THlB'ARTOiHtttT. tftawtttr i foe several j-mtt prier to tkk &' etHwiiM of tfer -wmm Mitiag dsm ti boli- day laajorybsrt tfesir tJaferte i& tkat WCvCTtUB ssMLYIb 9TOK ViBvV9iV(ftVWi ajT ike people of thij city ad tfcey' Htdoaed,tbe projset of taakiBg y'exkibit.' Bfc Mrs. HebcrLee, Mn. Titoa. Sioa sad Mis Kate Weak, hare elhsctwl together a very erettiUfcle xlubit o oil, waiercolor, pastel ad-ChiHmtiBgs wkiek are bow -oa'exkibit mi the fifth ioor of tie Teapktou bauldiBg . Tbetetkree ladies are'certaialy to beooameaded for e&Breavoriag to educate tke people of Utah np to the appreciation, of art, which is one of the aoblesfr of all profes sions. These p-aiatiags shoald be UHpected by all lovers of art. . The followiBg- well known Utah artists "hare soeae of their exquisite aad?flUinty pointings on exhibition: Mrs. Heber Lee, Miss Kate Well, Mrs. Thomas Sloan, -Mrs. C. A. Krouse and M...

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. — 31 December 1898

V"'" M s .& i"- 4l n- M1 nj - V A IdTrtAAAWtnii At f libertj who is" unwilliDg i to arr&nt others all the f privileges he claims and . QTBPniUifl TIW niTTIttHUi UlA'MiMi w Cjti HEW TO THE I,INB. 1-" sr- 4YoLTiV SALT TiAKE CITY, UTAH, DECEMBER 31, 1898 No. 19 "i1HBK A'-; '-JiX'-' -L- -l--,- - ':.. " . . --. ' - - v.' :. ,-;.'.' :u- . .v. . --' .. .!r.sa.JCii cSysrJ2 fi ' -. -- -- t- " - - - 1 - m faftl Laaawr 'E - -. Ri?5aSj-wiLSii,iV-v-?,-?r -.;. -?1 . rtCVTN 4-Tl I VV t e jrirvjw . r? -..: v MIVWlinjLjf PHjSSj iATlON- THE COLOR LINE. , ?iiio V !" oCJAa lf&BMlMg,UMl Martha CnTM, yis wkie wife, wtr Teeeafly sea tMcl -"k ifito HOBtlu ia moa, V JaigeBejd, of Cam Wlttd, Ma. It sppetts tkat Bowli aai Ihk imtoaded wife migntecl'frem PwalTaaia to Marykai sereral oitlw agp, We tkv were Married. It is reaaoaaWe to wppoae that Bowl ib aal Mm Ctstw were sot aware of ike act ftat it k agaiwt the law or wkitw mmL Uacka. to aarrj & tatc formerly penaitte bhOc aagroeawao were alave...

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. — 31 December 1898

w ?t.V 4Xf yr&r -. , "V. JS' "v: & - j- t i)pMm,,mMmZmMM,,1""M1 -- r fi- l"c ,- R' Me te I t n 6.C - ( It. J U IV IV' I THE BKOAD JkX E.T. e ed"JLafJV ? fw ! e IB Mf H JMflB aMMCCy 2MK LHt dajTg Uttti nun r.TAYLo. 0 OF AJKOKIK HEART. M altA Taaaaar 1 -- aasak mmv wsaaa jk aarawpmaaa aaawVSaaaBaa Tkto aea died of a brekea keart 'ays fin Caieeao Chronicle. He was Wtttiaat R. Jehaeoe, doorkeeper, mee siagert aeher aad geeeral aU-roaad Cerberac la tie late Qeerge M. Pall aea's impost eg eatees ia tie Pallmaa beildtec Jekasoa wa Terr - black. Tetker tell sad somewhat asgaialy is Mi movemoats, bet faithful and trast Ujr to ike last degree. Jokssoa wRl be remembered "by many, for all tke strangers er aakBowa. persons, "who nnagkt as interview with tie palace car magnate Bad-first to eaeottater sad expiate, the nature of their business te the dark-hued doorkeeper. Whea Mr. JPsllmnn died & few months ago awl kk Kill -was made public It -was feead ke had bequeathed the faithful Mr...

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. — 31 December 1898

V. ' " ? -:Jr- i X -. ' XA . 3 H. v :' - JJ," -L ' Ti MAHXm OP TH MOOM. I. !Tbi-1bL' --- tm - u "w:uwy,minM hM a fed Ktt Ot TttKy wn - hae HlfilOtiortM'tk! .arssfc.is, end X Utey; wut ya to ifMBt anient si-help them team 'AmmHy-ikey km eneea at year doer. 'AftSC tbJt TOTy WflMMBt perterm- aaee 7N.wtaai.je anythlag key Wl, Ye garnet He the mat tea; yea mast giTe ft. to the neor. Newly every girl believes a lot erf ether tfrl are jeakws of her. BMiaatT4 Va mV "'m i ti'in - . v A-r gwaaWBBWamaBBBBal -a. -a." a" at ww- MMMMBMftrfkrfbaMM nftCSltaT IkKAck? Are year erree weak? Caa'tje sleep weH? Pain ja. year beck? Lack energy? Appetite peer? Diccstiea bed? Beits er pimpies? These are aare signs ef peteealiif. Fraai -what poteens? From poisons that are ! waya fenad kt ceaeapeted bevels. If the contents of the bevels arc sot removed from 1 the bedy each" day, as astare attended, taese polsenoaa sabstaaces are sare to be absorbed !ate the blood, al ways -causing safferiag and IreqaeBtly can...

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. — 31 December 1898

. i& ;-X ' " --" -vS ' - r?..f - -.. 'JT H1 jit- , . V - -. T "t? t jSCi- ,,-T . -- . . ,- , . - -.iJiJMglMM.ammammmmnmamammemaamna -.mmi maw s&aMKaW - 2AmmmmmmmmV mrV'9mHP& amsm m smtamf raW ammarFPw?5'wmm jft:riW - . T I -- fc &. :i.- - -, , ;. ..- -- W? .- MT (MWrT'BMMlOW K - - f i" w . .. i . - ylor of AUro4 Ax- s YoMaml'iMtorT ' iwlwtli i6Mif of a Mtfsiftnt t tatW .haal. t the pswty ttJioiw cum tkej o oWy iwapim.' JMM.iM Crf- totNaic jtxrfec & jered WMmII ot it BrL Ax, Mftm W8 WW SMMTSUMA WHasHr8st' tWt Broiler Hwfckfy will ao tie A MHCAT sfetlof fM M feetBg nSwd- fat tin aWtanaitaa e Mr. BoWts of UUk to s sa4 is XatjTCMf to wims he jhm bora Ka-iwtfy ketoiJ the fcjeetk to imthjewf that heats a plarality rf TnTte. We MJkt irre more faith ia the twcerity of these Moralisss if the y objected with aaaal fervor to the teetiaf of a More of aoethera. aaomhera, -whose eew'were ooef eeeealy Woe by re eert, to the aaott ahMaefal methods of framJ, hloodihed asd outlawr...

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. — 7 January 1899

-1 J,2!? ?-J -JZ&Z- r '. --tftnar?-. -.- f v M If-' P ' ?It us all hope that the J ; - -; ' . 1 n Al VJ UUQ lO VICOC1 VJlig Vfl . X 'tinue to burn in all men ; liberty who is unwilling l to grant others all the j privileges he claims and 1 exercises for himself. Socrates. 1 until there shall no longer t be a doubt toat all men are 1 U1CBIOU..UOQ JU1U ClUeU.-lltW J -i Hew to the Liise. n Vol. IV. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, JANUARY 7, 1899 No. 2o ... m..-. ,. - mj ..-" - '- 4JW .... jrmatt.- ...... ...... - ,. ,.. V"' j:c .'-" ., ' -' , " yVL - - . .11. KESS ISjnH PROGRESS OF A RACE. - Paop. W. H. Ckoghan, A. 1L, of the Clark Uaiyeraity of Atlanta Ga., a&d H.F. Kletzig, A.M., are tfce wrt&ors of a sew -and very valaable and exhaustive work en titled "The Progress of a Bace," or the reaarkable advancement of the Afro-American negro from the bondage of slavery, ignorance and poverty to the freedom of citizen ship, intelligence, affluence, 'honor asd trust." Profetsor Crogman is o...

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. — 7 January 1899

r.j - F-'j.- -1 Q ) &"' - E . iV& r- w t- r- i I? Is B a. ? I r t'jL. I?-" I t ,-s :i : fe r - f-. ? & ' l3t "in r ' L i THBBBOAD AX trm MMtah Mi at aa . -.j-rfni,, taMMV. Bt l 11111T1 J r t)Mi have laear say, as C a tfealr Wacwwe to mKiii leareaamstty la wt The Braes Ax la a aewaaxser whesa sis. ism to awes caws Ik an. ewwUlwlsf the etttarialzlttt teases Ma ewamtes, Laeal esaaaaacleetteas w save atteatJeaj wrtte wdr ea wrttattt sasec: eusecsirnoM: mx Jaasta...,..,.......- -w Three Heaths M AdverUalac ratee Butte kaawa aa appMea tloa. Address all tjBUHHmt-tpatteaa to THE BSOAD AX, 710 Ham Street. Satt Lake Oty. Xrtak. JULIUS r. TAXXOR..PabHitier aae 'Baterea at PestaBea a saeaaa-dasa mattta, "When a man sings his owa praise he Invariably gets the tune too high. A man. always thinks appearance are deceitful -when they are against him. Speaking of secret-society benefits, the 'hod-fellows are always assisting the masons. . The hest the only correct actions 'are those which...

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. — 7 January 1899

OUR SUGAR OOLONfHk Ftuet rrBeM . ir ire take the FhillMtae Cuba la aeattlea to -HawaM we wfli practically control the esse eager ef the world, says the Chicago Becera. They prodQce mlae-teatha e the total supply el case sagar, bet Geraaar, France and Aastria produce taasaesee quantities of beet-root sagar. The pro ductive capacity of Brazil aegar Is enormous, but coffee is so mack aaore profitable the planters prefer to grow It Under a bounty the Argeatiae re public has been making rapid progress in sugar production, and Is now ex porting 70,000,000 or 80,000,000 poands a year. It is growa ia the aerthern part of the republic. Pern la a good sn car country also; but most of Its prod- nets are consumed at home and In the neighboring states. Sugar Is the best staple in the British West Indies, ' -which have been on the verge of bank ruptcy ever since the reciprocity treat ies with the United States were re voked, and are now being sustained by a crant of money from the crown. There is...

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. — 7 January 1899

m LTV V L,fv ?S PSTER PUfKTY: JuKht. A vri tiwt Bkck Who wwtfeWtteferUaaleSMaf HmtUWMUtMHtfgtB. e they, with rife, she m afeeH, gfctihe ggaJatt Jaet Mfce h . AimI tiwre tbcy ofcFke Sauhk fee, Whfle . Jstosek B&nfeU; The Basra foogbtjaat Hke fc- W3 elefau the friorr a tin flgkt; Ay tkJk myr a rfajdy "wtri Hr With peaee jteMtees tatr stoat saoyall,' ABdnisea,faMaAdklelcph . Ne asgrota ware ia B jaailee. The Mak heroes we did sot see. Despite the wr thej ieegkt re weB, They kept them eat the Mae Hk heU. Take w4TBJag.se my liple friaada, Tear cfcrtyfeed wfll saeMttaaaa ead, Aad tttea well kiagh aad abet as yell While we watch yen efttah aeauh . How are you all today? 1 did mot write last week because my wife was jat crazy about the white folka? jubilee, besides my step mother took advantage of tke cheap railroad rates aad came ap from Simplevilk, 6a., and one of the childrea were sick, aad this pre Tefited my writiRij. Siace oar last letter Preeideat McKialey has Iwea with as. No, I...

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. — 14 January 1899

' ' ; -T tr ,; -'.'AT t . - C 'V o- fl. 1' . A - f-. . '!" t ' . .- .. i u y .mjfci "- tfcwUjaferffcMirtfcx a ir. mm -f ytm1-1 .---i .tifepFa-r"s:i;f5:t J r?i ii .iV.-uJfcfli- " 'Jr.?.-, i TViilllinTfiit.tTi'fi'? ' '?". A' -gSO i ' -J -i ''XT., rf A ? AOAWttl t Af .r w-r. "w Tr- -r. w: ks. . s"r i .' 1tYn?.ir lihArtv "Will n. nil iiiin in iirvrni wxuar: ui hbrty who is unwilling ;, to grant others all the f privileges he claims and ( exercises for himself. tiriue io burn in all men. until there shall .no longer y . be-a doubt that all men are ' created free and equal.-Thk, 4-t UUWM.K). Hew to the Line. - Vol. IV. SALT LAKE CITY, .UTAH, JANUARY 14, 1899 No. 21 S.'iV-J'KZS"-.;'"! ' .atfiiiwin fi ym rrrrm '4,- , -w - - -- ju f vr .M.Li. .Al iv V . v yZs&TzZ rXrlifci-g ur&rZ PRESS ASSOCIATION THE SENATORIAL CONTEST. The Third Legislature oE this state has -convened, and in accor dance with the State Constitution, Tuesday, Jan. 17th, its membeis will commence balloting for United...

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. — 14 January 1899

7. -5 -V V "il V f. iY' - '--v r" tf-1' ,1 . Q' ys- ?- re- . '. . ft""1 ? . I Lc tr i i i li &. W fi -? ZA - ? ;t i t h; w v $' T & THBBBOADAX. PUWTilNaD h4 at aft jaaws aaaeM M hat 1TilgMi6tLafcf,IJ Priests, tan tastr say. m leac The 9a Ax Is a mimut was sta Ism litml caeaca w aft, ever k eatterial ricfct to steak tta ewa LeesJ eeamcJeitlftac wHJ have attesHaaj wre Mir a cm aHe Um ataer. 8UB0CSIPTIOM: Oi Tear............. 8x Uoaths......... Three Moats 1 2.M . AdTertllBc rates saaaVkBewa a apfVov tUa. t Addreaa all f jMB&aakatieaa to THE BROAD AX, 710 Kate Street. Salt Lake CHy. Utah. ' JCblDS V. TATLOB..PaMlser sad Entered at "PostoSca aa seeead-ckuu surtax. i ' i J The voice of the sua popping the - aaaettea lias the trae engageawat rlig. It's well to "know thyself" and If a 'jast a Important not to give thyself -ftw- ' ? i ; - It's all well enough to be up to date, but'iVa foolish to borrow trouble aheadj '. it t -;' . ' : The revolts, of Intelligence are more danger...

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. — 14 January 1899

?? X - JZI- v ' c 4 Haiwei Maay pwoalMwe thrir gaaa djyaiKitak-blUy. Otaars are aba half sick all tfce gaw. Tbeyhare liwdiclte, backache, and are taatieaa aa4 ncrreae. Food does set taste good, aod the digestiea la peer; the skm is dry sad sailer aad disfigured 'with pimples or eruptions; sleep briags so rest and work Is a buries. What is the cause of all tills? Iisptrre fe4eo4. And the remedy? ' It clears est the chaaaek through which poisons are 'carried from the body. Vhea all imparities are removed from the blood nature takes right held and completes the cure. If there is constipation, take Ayer's Pills. They awaken the drowsy action of the liver; they eve biliousness. WMte tm mp Deafen, We hare the exelnelT terrlees ot MB ot the most eminent physicians tn tbe United States. Write freely all the particulars tn your ease. You will re eelro a prompt replT.wltboat coat. Address, DB. J. &AYER. Lowell. Han. WETMORE'S SHRED (OGOANUT AISOLUTELY PURE, SOFT AND NJAILE. THE BEST FOR ....

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. — 14 January 1899

-- "V ' ij ' - - . . &k -or- - ):JftwrJiofJbiJUbelMrM "iySMrffern While -Hmppem- mg if MecttU lkrte. AW etit moeth ao tlic ham Twenty-fifth Infantry, col ored, rolUd. into Chattanooga Maid tfce'ffcovi o tkooMnds of men, jmcmk and children, both white aaeL colored, who had gathered -at th wio depot to get a look at lkoehrare warriors who had for tmh held at bay the red men of tfce West and kept the Stars and WEUKU SWLDI.STO SOUTH. r Stripes, ioatiag; in the "land! the , , aettag sun." The black troops r , . were then on their way to a foreign clime to shake the United States j Jag in the face of the most warlike nation among civilized peopled' In the latter part of June they landed on Cuban soil under the Protection of the fire of the Ameri can nary, and from that time until they stormed the heights of 1 Caney theses of -the nation were apon them. " Regiment after regiment of the brarest men of America '(white) retired, shattered ar.d torn to pieces under the Spanish fire, till t...

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. — 21 January 1899

?-.-' . --:T -'7 " ; ' . HEV TO THE LINE ' nj S ' ;. .- . j VOL.SV?" pw SAL. LAKE CITY, UTAH, JANUARY 21, 1890 No. 22 r ' r' --T . . -.: - - . . . - . ' " 'yMHHPVTH'jajsv Hi ssaOTKsspr THEHtdspiNTftE JCIHITEP 4T - -.STATES. Soxxr oraTaf , Jm.I5tk the JewiA' ijMf Sfie ' was -sreil Iltei ij SA' MMC90MMT9 SQnfiC8 00flftP99efl pT'Jtk wkite aad ooiaretl poepks toIlisUa to Eer. R. A. Mijaari's iUof tk poo. lTte Negrc it tbeUxitoi States, Wkat Caa We 4o;itkHmr Mr. MajBRnl stuuBarawd ibe faeb relfttire to emawspatvoa asd &d tkat frcHb this srrey of wfeat hai Seee 4oe bj the orga&ic law of tbelaad it wold eea -tbat fall justice bad 'bees rccdered to the colored race. It is "iss possible to coapeas ate Mm for tbe Banerie of the1 earlier eoaditioM ad Jbe does sot ,pHt this. Freedoa ras aoeejtted ad tbe task of skowjsg bisself-vortkj of the treat of atiaonship -was befKB. Has the negro accoap'islied aaght ia thkT i Answer this .qoeesios 35 years -e-f progress uBequalled lay j raee ia aa...

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. — 21 January 1899

IK :-g- r- , i- p .V r 15, "- -4i. '& vi. ' r -' (r- ST H BBQAD AX. .MVHLiUtHKD aadataBttstee r. at JP.4W mW ?t.t X.SB kMW mihM MI jmaMloaMsas ta TTIK-MJLD AX, ! t Lake OCT. - JC?OB V. TTiMLi ,v - w -a & ah .&& feeeaVee'saeeeed m Barbers; til the eearersBtleaal re- vhti sprayed Ik all nis tfK7te't kave a fair ef. B?ald stock In te;khLf set. , , YT j i :ULi ?,ikbmLmMf aeekaifer gcaetnaes, let ascgreataesaaadaaktertratk. ae wUUnad hetk. ," rtflsa'talwByswBat a maa knows. -JWst wkat ke doesn't tell, tkat sake atkora believe fee Is wise. BarenetogJet says tie hump ea a hkeeseaetlmeB iadiente that air vMe kas a well-developed muscle. .Wkea,tke sew; crop of pensions begins to rieea it may be necessary to ap point veterinarians as medical examl- 5 A'jBdBsaT forget kome, kindred, 'friends and almost everything else, bat aever-f drsets the first time be weal -$ate a haxlsr ahop to .get a shave, '; It kas keep said that all eigne fall la ,XT weather- With, the exception ef "ik...

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. — 21 January 1899

T -T- 0. v ' ' ' - . P )BMS TSSWUlBJW; WILL a MUOH tXthUd in fnfiaa .Mnarad. Mi "SWOT task Sk .Mn' ta hi Mates' Isac It is lnteaded ta ae Jt 40 lae t at SaBuaggj.J" aaaaan a, akthh 1 uariann aaSTktmimbme -lot. ma4 at other Cob porte rapHtj' 4w mme lata poop seal oa ef -tbe' ilted States aataorkiea. n, President UJ a kid advisers Here that la tae Treoawt ceejiarorcial d financial ceotka of GaaaT R kr visable to make the caatoaw aattoo low as ia conamrowimtB tae.veaat. inirements ec tne. OTnmw, aaa ey trill average 15 or east aaa hat may e fet-jawa is iiwwrw I life. Luxnriea wMl earry e higher - Tn maklar lis' the sea dole. As- Ltant Secretary Hawaii ef the Trees- Dcoartmeat. woe hi cneroe af ch matters, ana takes, the Oka; er Test; column of m paaaoa tans ,1a atiM. la aesme Taana ttetlaa Ire been advanced, U ethers they Ive been redaced, hat ta acreate celpts wm oe aoeai eae-tnira ec ao Lnnft nf rTMB rMMSrteal W the lanlsh officials, It la eatiiaatod that I least SO per ceat ef the e...

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. — 21 January 1899

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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. — 28 January 1899

. - - 5i .V . isz. M'if SS$$ P it -., ; -' -jii . Mi'-ijadji, -" ' -V s!?tiM0mK - iTfe Ko k jbMrrfoc of 1 TiTiWrty wko it unwilling J . to fTnt otaec til U 1 ,ptfrir he claiM and J x ibr . hiiiiwlf. .&&& i SrflCAWkiBiOtjJWWW fciEW to the Line. i .V Vol. IV. J5ALT laAKE&TY, UTAH, JANUAEY 28, 1899 No. 23 4F - " '" ' - --,--. . , r ,u T SiiSriiB fcAS05tA7lON EX PAN WON OR NO EXPAN SION. "Wbkw it irM Mecrtatsecl tkat tk'rTsltBf powers sf Spia fcai ie e4ec( is oceft tie bftty of peaec iiiaWy tfce qaojitioa arose ia the i of theleniinf gtateaaes, -polMMS awl t1e wkotake say iaterest ia paUic af airs waat sboald tkw g srwaiat 4o witk or wkat TelatTon sbwa it Uia to . f kfk of tke PiUippiae Islaads mL ,tkoc of tk otker islands Srkck.catae lato tke powewioa of thkjg overBweat ky ikesigaiagof the t-eaty aad by tfie coagaeet of war? A pret taany kave assaaied the position tkat it is aa-OeBaocratic, un-Americaa and iwt in harmony with the MoBroedoctrise for this goreniHajnt to a...

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. — 28 January 1899

T.ViV t-ts. :lm- KV .- iVV : - ?"- i .-y iK . - . . -r- -1 -j& -' - ?-" -i -Tt THE BBOAD .'jLXj . B-t itMir, c (MltaHlMt sssvlw tear as Ax to JtK aWL tC tae twsc to imk Us w Www,bWbbJt M MM Saw awt bwvw mBmKe - " OmIw 9X JvMMBS4 aaV AnKT0FVHSBfP aWOal MirtMiiC wawtwiHiet te THKMKXADAX, m Item Street fit Lake Gttr. -IChiWI V. TATXO&.Fasaeher aad MMM, OBBm I'VUBs. ewvva Bmaaarav aaai aaaawawm' Whea soldiers meet te a spirted at tack ia a. cafe re-trcat la the usual or er. It's better for a man to do a little kjcklag than to deteriorate Into a bu sh football. Be honest IT you caa otherwise. "year patrons, wlll'purchxse their caa--aedsesde elsewhere. . -. Borne men put the smallest apples at tie top el the "barrel also the notice', "?" 1- "Ope the other end." Under the head of curreat literature a household magazine prists" instruo tleus for making a cheap medical battery. V la China a wife la sever seen by her v. husband before marriage. Ia this ' - country some wives seldom se...

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