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THE BROAD AX.
Jfye Broad ix
Will promulgate and at all times uphold
the true principles ot Democracy, but
taraaera, Catholics, Protestants, Knights
of Labor, Infidels, Mormons, Republicans,
Priests, or any one else can have tlieir say.
o long as their language Is proper and
responsibility is fixed.
Thk Broad Ax is a newspaper whose
platform is broad enough for all, ever
claiming the editorial right to speak its
Local eommanlcations will have atten
tion; write only on one side of the paper.
One Year. - - - $2.00.
falx Months. - - 1.00.
Three Months, - .60.
la any quantity at the following Bates:
One Hundred, $ 3.00.
Five Hundred, - . 12.60.
One Thousand, - 20.00.
Single Copies, ... .05.
. Advertising rates made known on appll
pf Address all Communications to
THE BROAD AX.
C6 Main Street,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
JULIUS F. TAYLOR,
Publisher and Editor.
BmUnd at Post Office
When statehood comes, what
trill become of poor little Frank J.
Cannon? He will have to give up
his seat in Congress before he e'ren
got to say, "Mr. Speaker."
That dazzling meteoric states
man, Isaac Trumbo, like a moth,
is flattering around the senatorial
blaze and still trying to catch on.
He is as prominent in Washington
as "Schooner Jim" is in Salt Lake,
and is about as useful. He is stuck
on himself, like the glue pot of love
between a young mother and her
first baby. Will we ever get a rest
from this bundle of self-conceit?
We can supply you with every
thing for the holidays in Wines,
Whiskies, Brandies, Cigars, etc.
M. E. Mulvey & Co, 213 South
A war cloud no bigger than a
"man's hand" has arisen between
the United Stales and Great Brit
ain. It may grow to immense size
in a few days, or it may fade away
into nothingness. But anyway
"watch the heavens."
Fob first class groceries and
family supplies, visit Wiscomb &
Co., 58 E. First South St.
From the Payson Globe of Dec.
"J. F. Taylor, editor of the
Broad Ax, was in the city yester
day and paid the Globe office a short
- We want to return our thanks to
Editor C. W. Jackson for the kind
favors shown us while we were in
Payson during the past week.
The detailed financial report of
Judge Powers as Jchairman of the
Democratic State committee, pub
lished last Monday, is an honest,
straightforward account of steward
ship, and shows that there wu no
corruption fund or improper use of
money on the part of, the Democrat
to win the election. We would
add to the report by saying that
the item of $40, charged to the
Broad Ax, was for two thousand
copies distributed throughout the
territory through the committee,
and that we never received a cent
as a donation; the above amount
being about the actual cost of
printing. We notice that some of
the mushro' u papers got a slice of
pie, but the Broad Ax got nothing
but what it paid for.
The Diamond is twenty-five per
cent, better than any other Coal in
J. W. Whitehead, Jr., Act.,
10 W. Second South.
First Unitarian Church, 44 Main
street. Services at 11 o'clock a.
m., Sunday. Rev. A. L. Hudson,
pastor. Subject: "Influence of the
Puritans and Pilgrims."
Go to the art exhibition, 67 East,
If Uncle Sam and John Bull
want to fight, we suggest Venezuela
as the battle ground, and we guar
antee no interference from the po
lice. Let the winner take both
purses and the gate receipts. We
trust it will be no Corbett-Fitzsim-mons
affair. We will back Uncle
Sam either on land or water.
f For. clothing, furnishing goods
hats" and caps, visit O'Reilly's,
210 Main Street.
Hon. C. E. Allen soon, ex
expects, to don the Congressional
robes, and poor Jus, iron logic into
thenars of the country. Mr. Allen
beat one o the .best men in Utah
for Congress, and was elected by a
a 1 J j . TTT
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WW WW fAA bUWUAUllf KC UlU
'CoBgretMaan bur support m ijll
thkgs tsodmg-tobenefit oar great
fOfie We kT8 alwaji-thought
Mr. Allan whs rather cold tblpodsd,
hat he may have i "soul of ire
eoacealed underaa exterior of ice."
TOiratt fie will bVisg honor to
Tmmrif and blessings to Utah.
Manufacturers of the Finest Brands of
NEW ROLLER PROCESS . . .
S3CT Ask for
j$r and take
"ft no other.
Whole Wheat "
Baker's Choice "
THATCHER GERM ADE ESSE?
All Kinds of Mill Products.
129 E. FIRST SOUTH STREET.
The Lowest Prices quoted. S. J. JEPPESEN, Ageal
I? Finest Breakfast Food
J. BERGERMAN, Manager-
Telephone No. 473.
UTAH LIQUOR CO.,
WHOLESALERS, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
KEY WEST AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
167 South Main Street,
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY
ATTENDED TO. ZvU
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
TO WARM THE KIKES OF BROTHERHOOD.
A sack of flour or a ham sent to
the home of the poor neighbor, who
is sick and out of work, will bring
more pleasure to the square man,
both to you and him, than all the
"Tom and Jerry" in town. Try
this receipt once.
A pair of shoes on Christmas
eve, given to a widow or a barefoot
child, will cure insomnia, even with
a praying Christian.
Thk C. B. Durst Grocery Com
pany are receiving their new goods
for the holidays. They are end
men. Give them a call.
A load of coal sent to the cheer
less home of that poor neighbor
will not only bring comfort to him,
but it will warm your whole soul
much' more than that new suit of
clothes your wife gave you as a
Christmas present, for which you
gave her the money.
For all kindi of Christmas
presents, such as silverware, jewel
efy, fancy goods, and toys, in great
variety at the lowestprices, visit the
Golden Rule Bazaar, 227, and its
Branch, 43 Main Street.
On fcrt oTinrnll maVa Inner iirwm
Mad chant hymns, it you Mfc' bit
don't forget, that the Lord thinks
thk .time of the 'year than he does
of selfish Christian. Huvtn rU
not offering a prize on prayer, tout
u wbo cares ionne poor win get
a free admmion ticket.
BM-SAUEfi m ft,
SprgsR.R.depot J Telephonk 675
Telephone 650. f Ielephone bio.
Livery, Feed and Boarding. Fine Car
riages always on hand. Promptness and
Good Service Guaranteed.
BERO, ROBISON & CO.,
No. 317 South State St. Telephone 95.
O. H. Bero, Manager.
Successors to Wm. Skewes & Son.
FUNERAL DISECIOBS AltD lMim
25 East Third South.
Sole agents for Yonman's New York Hat The
Leader. We also carry Stetson's and
other tine hat.
W. P. Noble Mercantile Co.
lea TuTwIn Street.
HATS, CAPS & GEKTS' FURNISHINGS.
Salt Lake Hack Line
Oflct under Walker Bro.' Bank.
Fin Carriage on Stand Day and Night. Chargtt
Beatonabt. Stand, at Walter Bret.' Bank,
Cor. Second South and Main.
J0HH PABEIHGTOir, Prop.
OOOO OOO TjLSOerbtek.
GfsEllfiUECK & xm
All kinds of CoaL
Office in Gbdbti-Pitts Drug
Klfiers of and dealer In Weber Coal. "TABS,
Ml 8. Third Wert Street; eleeesae So. 41L
CXTY oma. MO Hala Street: Telephone MalM.
WIBIB COAL COMPAHT
W. rlfoateoaerr: Agest. Self all klad ot
OoaL Oeaat-Oealaad faU weight amrsntneil,
SALT Mm uii una.
la Oil ? aad
OIL PAIMTIKGS FOR SALE,
Tire. J. p. Jgyiqr,rlfst
Stadeat oC Ae.CWfArt SattilvtsNj
Studio No. 7IO Main St
H BLANK & CO.,
. . DEALERS IN ..
Staple and Fancy Groceries, Hay. Grain,
Flour, Fed, Coal and Kindling Wood
All Orders Promptly Filled
NO. 374 SOUTH MAIN.
ELI L. PlIGE,-
Green, Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Fruits, Poultry and Fish.
254 MAIN ST. Telephone 157.
Wholesale and retail dealers In SllTer Leaf sad
Patent Floor, Groceries, Hay, drain. Butter,
Eggs, Poultrj, Paper, Etc.
Telephone 311. 155-7 W. South Temple.
I now hare In mj employ a flrt-cls practical
Optician. Am better prepared than heretofore b
grind and fit glasses to salt the sight.
EYES TESTED FREE.
ATW I TDVIVP Jeweler and Optician.
atUsa 1. Wassail 282 Main St Salt Lake Citr-
Cot fling, Furnishing Goods, etc.
Wiscomb & Co ,
ms emecMas .
The beet pkee for Family Supplies.
58 R FIRST SOUTH ST.
1?Q State -SL, alt Lake City.
Utah Poultry and, ,
ProdiaQe jCpinwiseiQn Co.
KM W FWST SOUTH STU-
T UKE WTt, UTAH.
wMLTK L. PBKS, Kasar.