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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 March 1895

Our 41 colleges have nn income of $14,(1 ) I nml funds vested or avail able r.4,fi,.K,73. According to Ilia Intent enumeration there nre 20,000 moro women thnu men in Philadelphia. Out of tlio 17,000,000 inhabitant of Spain 11,04.1,870 nro ignorant of tho Art of rending nml writing. The plucky Jnpnneso noldiors nre littlo fellows. The limit of height in tlio army nml navy is four feet 11 1-2 inched' Htcpnaik, tho Russian radical, given tlio Cznr credit for desiring to nvoiil n great European war, liut hints that it is poverty, not peace, that inspires his actions. Tho Brewers' Journal Mates that English syndicates havo 891,000,000 invested in American breweries tho dividend on which at 0 per cent Inst year was $8,190,000 and w as paid in gold. i i Japan will prove, with proper man agement nn invnlunblo mnrkct for American farming implements, states the New York Hocorder. Good thresh ing mnciiines arc, perhaps, as much needed as anything. Athletes nro not always ftt tho tnil of tho c...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 March 1895

Highest of all in Leavening rower. foil iixrs' ADMEOITEMX PURE Timely Cnntlon. Clerk (of Western hotvl) I thought ft best to null Ion that old follow who flust came In nttntit Mowing nut the gas. Proprietor Where's he from? 1 Clerk I'roiu the Greater New fork. r-ijiia. Put It Oat. What a little spark can do Is Illustrated by tha burning down of Chicago, and the modern apparatus for putting out groat fires. The park too enters the human family with de vastating effeetsi hanee we hear of so manjr deaths by accidents with lire among nrnlfu nooks and children. This Is another fl'dd ol operation but a bottle of Rt. JanlM Oil Is the apparatus to put the dm nut of thi ey tem. IBod according to dlreetlnn It will soothe, heal, cure and leave no ugly a-'ar be hind. Tlie h"illnrr pny-rMsglyeauow surfnoe and kindly does In w.irk. Englnnd uses C00,0r;0 pounds of tea dally. Dr. Kilmer's Pwami.11oot cures till KtiMiry nml hlmlih't- trouble, l'uttiplilct mid -iti-ii)tiitlott i' Laboratory liiiiiiht...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 20 March 1895

Til KA WFUJi I JlilZZAIJ 1) AN UNMERCIFUL NOKSE GOD THAT RULE3 THE PLAINS. No Irnn Cmi t'nderstniiil What Terrible Tiling They Are I'nttl Hi" I tin Jcen One Willi All Man's are, Thry Am Btlll III t'nromiiirriMl Knrmles. T'u ;::.... .!. .... i:.. i ..aa'.i t- tinonl:ir dcsiijimte tlin prnlvlo siinw Ft i.:n, )i iitl'rl.v lili'."'".; '.: n I'll i t otm who I: : tmt MtperltwH It Ucu crated lit tli! Kivat Kl .iiu lirnvilinu; Mv plr.iH ( f hurrrn British Aiiicvlcn mul swept on nvcHn Masts nlnnif llm vnt levi I uiiclii.H tliat slrilchcaMtwaid from tlio I: 'd;y mountains, with no forest to IvcaU i'.s f ircr, it liproinc a demon of tlin nlr, pi-cowl only to tlin rvrlotin or tornado In ilistructivoiicKS. Theiiioistiiie Is ground ns liotwoon millstones, hurl ed with Imlli'tlllto nticrKT over hundreds of wile, of level plain, nnd dually, trniiHfnTmr.fi Into ypnsty slept hy tlin sof tening nAVcIs of lower latitudes, falls In hlenl; shower on tho ranges of Toxsu nnd No Man's Land. Lnelt of r.honp...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 March 1895

VOLUME 3. KKYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 27, 1U95. NUMHEK -15 NOW BE Lookout SECOND ARRIVAL OF SPRING GOODS! Landing here within the last (10 days with one of the Host Selected Stocks of Dry Goods and Notions, which the people of Roynohlsville and vicinity have greatly appreciated, and the larija amount of goods we have sold to them neeossl tates tin to make onr second spring purchase of goods. This purchase extends all through the various lines not any one line, but a general purchase of tho differ ent lines which we carry, and which consists of one of tho Most Complulu Assortments and Largest Slock for you to solect from to be found in Western Pennsylvania. Your lnsoctlon Is solicited. You will And the Best, Newest and Nobbiest Lines of Dry Goods, Notions and Novelties for the Spring. Ladles' Fine Shoes, Gentlemen's Fine Footwear, made by the Leading Manufactors of this Country and sold on Small Margins, which will convince you at a glance that you can afford to wear as ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 March 1895

WESTERN MINE EXPLOSION SIXTY MEN KILLED. Moit Terrible Mint Disaster In ths History of tne Wt The details of the explosion at the Rocky Mountain Conl aud Iron Company's mlne.No, 6, Ore miles north of Evanston, Wy., at lied Canon, mark It as one of t lie most horrible Id the htfitory of coal mining; in the West. There nro forty mon lying dead at the bot tom of the mine lit this writing, covered with debris. As many as can are working to re cover their bodies. The bodies of nineteen have been recovered. Fitly of the dead men were married and tiiue single. There are lifty widows and 2.V) orphaned children as a result ol the disaster. About thirty of the men killed belonged to the Ani'lenl Order of I ultod Workmen, in which society they were Insured for tifluO piece. The greatest part of the men who have per ished are covered with debris at the seventh level, whero they were gathered, awaiting a car. Work Is belng'pushed with all possible spoed to uncover the dead. There is no Ore In th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 March 1895

OCEAN TRAMPS. Steamships That are the Guerrillas of the Sea. . Sailors L9ad Cheerless Lives Aboard the Dirty Nomad. There Is but one very peculiar foat tiro in the mnritirae life of every coun try about which very little is generally known and that is the tramp steam, ship, says tho Brooklyn Eagle. Evory year numbers of steamers, some large, ma small, often ugly and dirty to look at, aud commonly callod tramps from their readiness to go anywhere nnd tnko a hand in trade that happens at tho moment to promise a profit, nr rivo at and leave our shores. These ocean footpads are generally worn out bulks, discarded by the companies who own them, and belonging to no regular line and identified with no particular class of cargo, and are sent out as a matter of speculation to pick up what freight they cau from port to port, like an old and worthless horse turned out of the regular pasture to find a living by the roadside. They are guerrillas of the sea. Some of them leave their native countr...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 March 1895

Cite Star 6'itWWift'oii $1.50 pi r year, in tulrnnce. V. A. NrKrilliftftON. l;IUir and I'llb. WKDNKSDAY, MAUCH 27. 1895. An Indrnendpnt l'nl pnper, pulilMiod every Wudnrailiiy nt. HpynnmMvllle, .TclTprHon Co. Ph., devoted to thp IntereMnnf Hpynoldnvllle una Jeffi'mini'minty. Non-polltlrRl. will tnnt nil with fnlrnew, nnd will MprnpeclnUjr friend ly mwnn me iiimirinfc rinnt. BiiWrlntlnn nrlccil. Miner venr.ln nrtrnnoe IMmmiinlcnllonn Intnndt'ff for publlrntlon must ho iK'rompanlpd lytlio wrltpr'mmnip, not for puhlirnlion, but nn h mmrnnten of RmKimiiti. lutertiHtiiiK nnwn itnnin Boiiritoa, ArivertMnir rule mudn known on nppllrn tlon nt theoflW In Arnold' lllork. Inutility roniinunlruitoim nnd rhnnae of ndvcrilwmpntn uliould M'h this offlro bjr monufty noon. A)lctiHH nil pommunlrntlonii toC. A.flteph non. KpviioIiIhvIHp. Pn. Entered' nt tho poMonVp nt Keynolifcvllle, l'n., m .ono riM mmi mutter. Gen. V. W. Greenland, of Clarion, Artjiitniit-fieneral during Gov. l'nttl- son's Inxt admi...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 March 1895

m Star. Subscription $1.50 per year, in advance. Ct A. WTKl'IIKNWOrc. Krtllor iid I'nh. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 18!5. Passnnffnr trains arrive and leave Heyn- oldavllle as folio wit Allegheny Valley Raitmty. Eastward. Westward. Train ft. - - e.44 a. m.lTraln 0, - 7.40 a. m. ?raln 1, - 1.00 p. m. Train t, -1.43 p.m. rain 8 8.S7 p. m.lTraln 10, - - 8.48 p. m. RITHOI.DRVIM.C POST-OFTICS. Mails arrive and leave the post-office as follows: Arrive. Depart. rHOH TH WKST. rOB THK BAST. 1.15 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - - n .20 p. m. mo THK BAST. VOB TUB WKST. 1.00 a. m. - 8.00 n. m.l'.IW a. m. - - l.lfi p. m. fl Little ol Evemttilng. Shoos cheap at Gllblom's. Advertise In THE Star. Buy your shoes at Gllblom's. Gilblora, leader in low prices. Oats 42c per bushel at Swartz Bros. Jubilee Slngors Tuosday, April 10th. Corn 00c per bushel at Swartz Bro's. Headquartors for tablets Racket store. Boys' fine shoos 75 cents a pair at Gil . blom's. Attend MllUren's opening Monday, April 1st. Wild ge...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 March 1895

Tho consumption per head of Iron In Oront Britain is more than three times as much as in Riusia. North Carolina leads all the South ern States in cotton manufacturing. She has 158 mills nearly as many as tho whole Honth had in 1880743,299 spindles and 14,37(1 looms. Tho Boston Journal of Commerce thinks thnt New Englandcrs, who drenm that fine goods ennnot ho man ofnetnrod in tho South, aro likely to have a mdo awakening ere long. Tlie "now woman" in beginning to ask why tho titlo "Mr." may bo given to a man whether ho is married or sin gle, whilo tho equivalent titlo "Mrs." can only bo given to a married woman. Hhe thinks the discrimination is a badge of thraldom. Thcro aro about 1,300 Indians in the Osngo tribe, and tho government holds in trust for them the sum of BS.500,000 or over 80,500 per head. Nevertheless, to tho astonishment of theChicrgo Herald, they are supported at the public expense, like so many destitute persons. There aro over 300,000 totally deaf persons in the Un...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 March 1895

(RICH RED BLOOD Id the body of nn 1hH person tlirro are bout IS pntinils o( hlnoil. Thn blood hiM as Its most Importnnt flrt ments, smnll rounJ corpnsi-lcs, nJ ami rhltn, In proportion of nbout 800 rod to 10 Whlto OHM. It thn ntimtior of rel corpiwIi'S Womos diminished snd thn whlto iii"S liii-rpimwl the blood In lmpnrr, thin, ln"ktni III the nutri tion nmistsnry to siistitlrt tlm health nud Onrro ntn-ntrth of thn Imdy. Then Thnt Tlrnl Filln.'t, Nr-rvottsiipss, Bcrofuln, Unit Illintim, or nthnrs of tho Ioiik trnln of Ills, swir.llno; to tho tnmpiirnmiint and disposition, nttni'k thn vl"tlm. Tha only pi'rmnni'nt mtncily Is found In a rollitWi lilooil mo.lleliio Ilka Hood's Hurss, pnrllls, which n -tn up in thn rod porpnwh, enrl'-hlnn them nnd Innrixiilnit their num ber. It thus roitotv tho vlt.il fluid to tarulthy onnilltlon, espi-ls nil Impurity, ounvs Ili-rv-ounem, Thnt Tiro I Fki-IIiik, Hi'roftiln nnd all nthor dl.'wws nrhlnit from or promoted by low ntnto of th Mood. Thnt llitHio...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 27 March 1895

THE FRENCH WILL REMAIN. Iterrnt Untitles I'liiet the Calculations of Itcrmnii mi'l l:ncll1i rrnpliet. I won lil Lna tnisfintitnofor tho world If I'm I'li-ii'Oi rtpntilo vrcro to (ltunpiii nr from it. Wo Imvo henrd for n fiooil whllo of th.i Binnll litrth rntn In Frnnoo, rimler which tho litrth per rear worn loss liiiiuimii. tlnm tho deaths, ami wo Imvo soon riiniinitnttiitiii by .tiitlstlolnii tluit if tht disproportion between tho I r- iiii.l i. :ii im in Kv (it Ul iil' II cortnln period nt yonr thoro wnnlil not bo n Fronohinnii mi tho fnro of thopitrth nt tlm mil of tlint period. Wo would Imvo been nd over tht prospect If we lind believed It rntild river Im realized, fur tho world would liallitttor tlmti It Is If tho French wcro not 111 It. A crowd if (terniinm or KiiKlishmon or oven Irishmen rmild never nmko tip for tho lost French. Wo mo Imppy to lio nMo to rollovo tmy npprehi'imlon which limy Imvo horn crrnted liy tliostnt!stlciiins. Frnncolicr lirlf, over ready fur any einciwi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 April 1895

VOLUME 3. JIEYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1895. NUJIBEU 4(5. Slash in PriGes! A GRAND SUCCESS a GREAT SALE ! One year ngo if we had lold you that in April, 1805; you could huy a Ten Dollar Suit of Clothes for Five Dollars you would have laughed at u but, nevertheless, it is a fact, woolen goods are placed on the market to-day for less money than fhoddy cotton were one year ago. We have. taken advantage of this great change in prices by buying all new goods this spring, therefore, we can and will sell you Good New Clothing Cheaper, yes, for oiiehalf the price that our Competitors can sell you their old shelf-worn stock. CO CD VmSX' .WW an ;i'KW:AViy..iS'i u Mon's Nobby Sack and Square Cut Suits, spring; and summer weights, dark colors that would of sold for $5.00, offered at our store at only 12.77. A lot of Men's Fine Casslmores, Chev lotto and Worsteds, medium weight, suits all sizos, nicely made up, perfect fitting garments that would have sold for $10.00, offered at ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 April 1895

GERMANS HONOR BISMARCK HIS 80TH BIRTHADY. The Eminent Services of the Iron Chancellor Recoiled. The celebration of the eightieth anniver sary of the birth of Prince Bismarck, which occurs April I, may be mid to have com menced on the. 25th of March, as nenrly four hundred members of the Iteiehstng and the Prussian Diet arrived on that day on special trains to congratulate the mnn of blood and Imu. The Frinee was almost overcome by the devotion shown him, and nenrly broke down while be was mnking a long response the to congratulatory addreasce. iars came to his eyes when to touchingly referred to bis beloved Emperor I., and the sentence be bad started was never Riven sound, as the best the aired ex-Chancellor could do was to move his lips In muto adoration for his be loved master, Ho concluded by upholding the present dynasty In the way it bus hand led ttrnve qaeetlons that hnie risen. All the Important towns and cities through out Oermauy made elaborate preparations for sultnbly cel...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 April 1895

MINING CEDAR LOGS A. Unique Industry in New Jersey Swamps. Tree9 Burled for Centuries Found In Fine Condition. The mining of cedas ha boon an in dustry in the swamps nenr Deoniaville, N. J., for three quarters of a century. It is the most unique mining in the world. When one spanks of mining cedar tho impression usunlly is that petri fied cednr is meant It is nothing of the sort Ages and ages ago a forest of cedar trees waved its multitudinous branches in the breezes about Cape May. They were superb monurchs of of the forest, many of them, and they met their death in some violent mau ner. Thoy fell prostrate, porhaps through the agency of some terrific storm, and perhaps through somo tremendous earthquake. Tossibly the tumult of tho in-rushing waves wns snflioieut to overturn tho gigantic trees by the force of tho waves find by the undermining of their roots, but they may have been done to deathjin a more gradual way by the de struction of their life at the roots by salt water. Down...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 April 1895

Our Triumphal March ! Along the Avenue of Trade pro ceeds with exciting progress far in advance of rivalry I Meeting with Ovations at Every Turn I The ONLY RELIABLE CLOTHIER in Reynolds ville, is displaying for Spring and Summer. Just look at a few of his prices for this season: Men's Suits, All-wool, in Single and Double Breasted for $ 400 500 6 50 750 8 00 9 50 10 00 1200 14 00 Roys' Long Pants Suits, Single or Double Breasted, All-wool for t 4 00 " " " " " " " " 4 75 " " " " " " " " 5 00 " " " " " " " " 6 00 " " " " " " " " 6 50 " " " " ' " " " 7 CO " " " " " " " " 8 00 " " " ' " " " " 8 50 i. i. 9 oo " " " " " " " 10 00 Children's Suits in Double Breasted and Single, age 4 to 13, for $ 75 1 00 1 25 1 50 2 00 2 50 it it i i ii ii n ii u ti ii ii ii ii ii ii Children's Suits, two pair Pants and Cap to Match for 2 50 1 II tt II II II It 3 0Q 4 I. 41 .4 I. 4. I. 44 3 II 44 I. II 4. 4. 44 4 . 4 44 44 II II 44 II .1 450 I. II 44 II II II 14 4, 5 00 TVTr, VmT- You want to eee our fine ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 April 1895

me: NT. THE - STAR. u NOW BE Lookout Tower! SECOND ARRIVAL OF SPRING GOODS! Landing hem within tho last (!0 days with ono of tint Host Selected Stocks of Dry (loods and Notions, which the (KMipIo of Hoynoldsvlllo and vicinity have greatly appreciated, hiuI tho largo amount of goods wo have void to them nocessi taUrn us to make our second spring purchase of gisids. This purchase extends nil through tho various linos not any ono lino, but a general purchase of tho d iff or cut lines which wo carry, and which consists of ono of tho Mont Complete, Assortments and Largest Htoek for you to select from to bo found in Western I'ernsylvanta. Your inspection Is solicited. You will lind tho UcHt, Newest and Nobbiest Lines of Dry (ioods, Notions and Novelties for tho Spring. I. ad 1cm' Kino Shoes, Gentlemen's h Ino Footwear, made by tho Leading Nlannfaotors of this Country and Hold on Small Margins, which will convince you at a glance that you can alTord to wear as good goods as tho Wall Street...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 April 1895

( A Paint Pointer! BRAINS Are also H. Drugs, Paints, Oils, AVnll Pnpov, "Window Shndo u u O O 12 a EG rt 8 .7. tti 3 mEm 1 1-3.5 UJ S i .S3 a. id D Hp"" 8 (I) 3 Q Subscribe for get all Many people, believe 1 1 1 jit all paints n iv alike that tlit'y art' nothing but oil anil color mixed. That's the rase with common, inferior paints. used to blend good paints. So is coiiHcience. taint made without, a blending of skill and honesty is no good. We keep only the Best. It would not pay us to handle poor paint at any price. We have all sorts of the good sort, ready mixed and lit for use. ALEX STOKE. o I I H 5 O U o o 5 O O Pl. s-1 s si x O M a) H Pt 'o M Q "The Star" and the news. LIVING ABROAD. It It Not Ho C'hiup It Is Commonly Itrptitoil to Bff. "A ninn noon gels cured of many long cherished traditions respecting the cost of things in Europe by a littln lilt of personal contact with old world Institn tiiuiR, " mild Colonel V. (3. Chapman of Hun Francisco. "1 had an idea until I (ij(iuri...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 April 1895

( SuiWi'ptiVm $1.60 per Jfr, n nifrtinrr. A. wry.l'iilKWWOKI, Krtltor and I'lih. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, ISI).',. ft Little ot Evcruttilng. ' April, tliank you. Trailing arbutus. Now for April showers. ? Was you fooled Monday f Shoes for ladles at Ollblom's. : Two Are alarms Wednesday. I Monday Is the last day of school. '-' Finest shoes In town at Gllblom's. - Have you cleared your back yard? . Gllblom defies competition In prices. V Oats 42o per bushel at Swartss Rro's. 1 Jublleo Singers Tuesday, April loth. Corn 00c per bushel at Swart Dro's. A Hest shoo In town at Wte. Doemer nV Co. Con't 1w boat prices at Ollblom's shoe store. Trout (tailing Reason opens tho loth of this month. ' Full line of children's undurwatsts at i H. J. Nleklo'a. 1 Zebu shoo, camel skin shoes at . Deemer tc Co's. .' Save money by buying your shoes 1 from Robinson. Cheap tinware, glassware and dishes i at II. J. Nickle's. Four pairs ladles' fast black hose for 25o. Deemer it Co. ) Eggs sold In Roynoldsvllle Sa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 April 1895

Considerable money was lout Ir. yonr in attempts to introdiico Califor nia grapes in tbe English market. At a recent mooting of tlio premiers of tbe various Australian colonies at Uobnrt a resolution was passed unani mously declaring a federation to lie the greatest ami most prossiug quos lion of the day. In sixtoon months the great drain ago cnnnl of the City of Mexico will be opened. The cnnnl is over thirty miles long, aud the tuutiol through tlio mountain nix miles. Tho total cost will bo 820,000,000, and they havo been fooling with tho thing oil aud on for 300 years. j An iron monger of Vienna, Austria, has left 805,000 to tho Vienna Acad emy of Science, "partly for tho pro motion of Rcienlillo research both in the heavens and tho enrth, with a view to physical aud chemical discov eries, and partly for promoting tho moral aud material wolfura of man kind." Business methods prevail in Houth Africa. Instead of each man's raiding for himself, tho plunder taken from Lo lleiigula's ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 April 1895

Weak Menkes Indicate a unrely as any physical symptom (hows anything, that the or gans and tisanes of the body ere not tatisfled with their nourishment. : They draw their sustenance from the blood, and if the blood is thin, im jmre or insufficient, they are in a state of revolt. Their complaints are made to the brain, the king of the body, through the nervous system, and the result of the general dissatisfaction is what we call Nervousness. This is a oonclse, reasonable expla Dation of the whole matter. The cure for Nervousness, then, is simple. Purify and enrich your blood by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and the nerves, tissues and organs will have the healthful- nouishment they crave. Nervousness and Weakness will then give way to strength and health. That this is not theory but fact is proven by the voluntary statements of thousands cured by Hood's Bnrsapa rilla. Head the next column. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier "ftimwil t Ktftr4lflf frwftrtf ft Wit rwnltif...

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