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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 3 April 1895

WESLEY'S ROMANCE. THE SWEET, SAD LOVE SOnY OF THE GREAT PREACHER. The Mrnggle Between Ills AnVettnn Vnr ophla Cannton nnd What lie Ilollevril in tin His nrliglom Iuty-rartlnn of Evil Milo Took Active lnrta. Tf- Vic pf fbn f.nnei of Oni-ni'nni' 0r1rt. thorpo in tlio onrly duys of Georgia, says a writer iu the Boston llernld. In tho. cv(!iii)iR Hnphin Civnstmi xvm tlii'Tp, ninl tlio Rimovnl Itiwl lior 1iik fr thnn K.itno lovo poivvi of !"l:vvl nml S'-i.tl:in ', ninl pb:. It fvnu I'" oprr.t of 1, !!. !! " ' -I. ' ' 1 r'sii-'l, mm omplt U1? i vl.i 1,. '; thu ..U,u jonl'i vitli li. r U:nity i.:. nccui!';)li ..'lir.ii-v.ln. Tim liiKlil. ttiioVr tlio 1 . -. Ir-1- t r tr, near I ixi j,'OY' i imr'K huusi', v, ilh IIi'mIm cjvil, liniul-nmci lic.-iil.i hl'ii, r.iw with !kt cutv.-.ui'iii)! voii o in Mucins, with thu Cypress winn mill Uriimiltli't decoction hot in hid blood, John Wcsloy boonmo nwnro thnt ha loved her. Tho revelation wns a shock to him, for ho had been proachingcolibaoy since ho ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 April 1895

Sip VOLUME 3. RKYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, AVllll 10, 18135. NUMUKJt 47. The Big Store mill Tiny I'riees Slash A GRAND One year ago if we hrul'tohl you that in April,-1805, Dollars you would have laughed at uk but, nevertheless it iw Ichh money than shoddy cotton were one year ago. AVe have all new goods this spring, therefore, we can and will pell you that our Competitors can pell you their old shelf-worn stock. t5 ... j 111? m J J I x Spring Suits for Men! Men's Nobby Sack and Square Cut nuns, spring ana summer weights, dark colors that would of gold fop $5.00, onorea at our store at only 92.11 A lot of Men's Fine Casslmores, Chov lotts and Worsteds, medium woight, suits all sizes, nioely made up, perfect fitting cai-monts that would have sold for 1U.OO, ottered at our store only at As m i Aft t.n u uu una 90 uu An incomparable line of the largest and finest oolleotion of Spring attire for Gentlemon to bo found in any store in the county. Every garment shown is new in style ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 April 1895

NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL BEST ARMOR PLATE. Geologists Testln tha Qualities ol Stone for Roads. The ordnance bonrd ol Iho navy depart ment has paid a decided tribute to th method of manufacturing armor used tjr the Carnegie Btrol Company, Limited, nt Home stead, by deciding to use tho double-forging process, the Invention of the export em ployed by that firm, for tho heavier armor on the two now battleships that were authorized by the Inst session of congress. This deetslon has been expected ever since the 14-lneh experimental plate manufactured under that process by the company pnsed such a marvelous ballistic test at 1 ml Inn Head, Md., about a month since, and proved to bo nearlv Impervious to armor piercing projectiles 'fired at It at phenomenal speed, and with a heavy striking force. The deci sion ol the board wus not reached, however, until the 14-lnch plate was subjected to more severe tests than ever given before to any piece or armor. The tests have Just been completed nt Indln...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 April 1895

Ott FARM AND GARDES, rnoptT from nocis. The greatest profit from hogs comes from crowding them from birth until they aim seven months old nftcr this ago profits decrease Aim to hnvo them ready for market nt any time after thoy nro six months old, so that you will bo ready to take ndvantago of a good market. Do not make the miMrtke of keeping the pigs nntil they ueigh just so many pounds, but soil when ready for the market. Ameri can Agriculturist. TO MAKE ORAFT1NO WAX. Melt common rosin and beeswax in ciim1 parts together. Then add half as much tallow and half as much lin seed oil ns of tallow. Mix well and stir until cold. It should then bo of pinh n consistenco that tho warmth of tlio hand will soften it so Unit it may be spread on tho stock and cion, or if melted, tho strips of cloth steeped in it will bo plinblo and adhesive. Tho old method of covering tho grafts with clay mdo plastic by working in tho hands when wetted nnd binding it over with cloth strips is as good now ns eve...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 April 1895

fcftc it Star. tiiihm'rijilinn fl.fiO jier V"'. in ffi'fU. '. A. M'l.l'lll;!VNON, lidltor mid . WKDNKSDAY. APH1L 10, ISO.V An Imlt'pt'nth'ni inenl pnper, puhlMitMl ivrry V(lneul;iy lit KrynoltNvtUo, .JtfTrnn Co. I'ti.. rtcvnU'tl lo Ihe Interest of Kt'ytmllvllle iiml li'flVrv.nnrminty. Nott-piilltlriil. will tivnt nil with fnlriiKM, mill will hcespocliilly fiiciifl ly toward thu luborlnff dint. Snlwrrlptlon prlee J 1 .50 pi-r y our, In nrtvsnrp. Cnmrmiiitriitloim liitninlt'd for publlrntton must ti in''onpnl'(l by the writer' name, not, for piihlli-nilon, hut n a minrnntt of BixhI fiilln. lntereatlnff new Items sollrltiMl. AdvertlMtw rnte mucin known on applica tion nt thonfflre In Arnolds' Block. l.rnchlv rommnnlcBtlons mid chnnRft of advert Isr'tnt'tits should rcnch this ofllee by Mondny noon. Addii nil I'ommnnlrBtlonii to C. A. Btoph enton, KcvnoldMVllle, I'r. Kntered nt I hi' poKtoffli-p nt Rrynoldnvlllo, Pa., R second Hins mull mutter. "A rrd nwc, droopln to the ground, With det...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 April 1895

SUPPLEMENT. THE -STAR The Kcynoldsvillo Bull and OK KKYMtLliSVtLLK, I'.l. Filth - Annual HopoN. ' MRRCH 18th, 1S9S, OFFICeRSi J)H. S. Kkynoi.dh. John M. Hayb. I,. .1. McKntikk. W. H. Alkxandkh. ('AMl)KN MlTtHKM.. PlRSCTORSi H. (J. Dkiih.k, David Whkklkr, .lAMKS M. MOORE, A. A. Kt,F.lNHAN8, W. 8. Kobs, . It. H. Wilson, M. 8. 8TKRLBY, .1. 8. MORROW, V. P. Adkijjpkrokr, K. T. MJaw, John M. Hays, W. B. Alrxandkr, Dr. 8. Reynolds. Meets First Monday After Third Soturdau In Each Month. STATEMENT OF CASH ! Receipts and Payments to March 18, 185)5. RECEIPTS. Dues, Ac, I naiiraneo PAYMENTS. IjOHuh Withdrawals Kxinsts Imns due Borrowers, lialauue In Treasury. . ASS6T-S ANP LIABILITIGS. ASSETS. Loan on First Mortgage ID8.ooo (XI Due from Stockholder 4,02 (17 Ueal Estate... 2,84X01 Balance In Treasury 8,033 25 L1A111L1TIES. Value of Stock 108,441 00 Duos Paid In Advance 2,000 (H) Unearned Premiums 4;),o;0 7H Due Solicitor ' 1501)0 Due Treasurer , 25 00 Duo Aiidltoni 10 "5 hitatandinir Order 430...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 April 1895

THiNK WE ARE TRICKY. Brttlah Provincial Nrwapanrra Baff th u Im Ht to l'J What II Owh. Soma British provlnt'lnl newsri.Mira have been oommetitlnK,' with oonstiliira ble asperity, upon whnt they rcRiirit m Auiiirinitn slmrp priictioo ovnr tho Paris During award. All are possossiMl with the Idea thnt thn Ilritish Hon hns Ixwn foolml mid think it In timn ha Imkuu j;rnwlitK. The Nj-woastlo Journal, a Tory newspaper not without influence, the i it her ilny liuiclo thoso n remarks: "It noes iitinliiKt thn Yankee uruiu either to linml over money lllinu!ly oh tntueil or money tlna by contract or the award of arbitrators. Whnt with being kept outof onr A Inbnnm surplus money; pnyingfor thn costly IlerliiKsca Inquiry and still waiting for compensation for the seizure of British sealliiK vessels, thia country mny well reimril Amnrlean arbitration an a kind of 'Head I win, tail you low' Kiune, nt whieh wsshnulil In future refuse to piny without sonlo guarantee aiiimt being deeeivoil by a rigmar...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 April 1895

Star. tfiiWriifmii tl.HO prr )rir, in advnnet. '. A. NTKIMIKNftOtt, lUIUor mid lib. WEDNESDAY, Al'lUL 10, 18115. fl Little ot EvenittilnQ. Hoar tho Jublleo Singer. The robin have oomo again. Robinson's specialty In shoes. Get your seed oat at 8warti's. "Hear dom darkles" April 16th. Robinson's in a special shoe store. House cleaning tlmo drawoth near. Jubilee Singers Tuesday, April 10th. Car No. 1 white seed oats at Swart Bros. Robinson's shoe are choapot becaiuie they are the bent. Tho borough schools finished the winter term Monday. Tho West Reynoldsvlllo Normal school opened Monilny. Tho Keystone band played on tho streets Saturday evening. Tickets on sale at Reynolds' drug storo for tho Jublleo Singers. If you want to save money, buy your dry goods at Ring ft Co'. Every day (except Sunday) Is a special sale of shoes at Robinson's. Tho famous Canadian Jublleo Singer at Centennial hnll April 10th. Hull, tho clothier and merchant tailor, is making a flno all wool clay for 118. Ther...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 April 1895

RINGING THE f EASTEH " CHIMES IN' TRINITY CHURCH STEEPLE, NEW YORK. - " H1oIe! roj'ilcp! the Jubilant bells Clnmor and olnng In Hie morning Rrnr, Tipple and break, iu the wave-long swells Of the wind Hint rises nt dawn of day. It "j"lee! they pen! from the tnll white steeple, Ki'J lco! thoy call to the ll.tiilutt people, FArUiorntvl nenrer, hli?horand oloarer, Stvent with the mwsni?o of hope and love, Tlmy swing, they rliiR, unto men they bring The Into of the life flint catue down, from above. HER EASTER GIFT. Bt ANNA E. HAHX. BOUT everybody in our church will lmvo a new suit foi Easter," Elen Lee assured her cousin. "You must tiot think of wearing an old one, Muriel." "Certainly not I" sniil Mrs. Lee, witb d e o i s i o n . "No body in our set goes to church on Easter Sunday with out an entirely new dress. You should know better than to think of wearing an old one, Marie). I will not hare wy niece looking shabby on that day." "And if you go with us," added Elen, "you should be car...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 April 1895

Sprier Or, in other wor.ls, Hood's Bsranprirllla, is ft universal need. If Rood herilth to to he ex pected during tho coming Sanson the blood muft be rmrliled Dow. All the Rerms of dis ease mu.it be destroyed mid the bodily health built up. Hood' Bs.rse.pa.rill. 1 the only true blood purifier prominently in the public eye toddy. Therefore Hood's Snrsaparilla in the best medicine to take In tho (prlnK. It will help wonderfully in caws of weakness, nervousness nd nil diseases earned by im pure blood. Got Only Hood's Because Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Only sea - vy i a ruo obooq truririer Prominently in tho Protected. Mr, nicks I don't koo the nood of Jinvlng the rotimlsinnn in the klulioo ever; ovpMiik. Knllo Fnlx, mum, I win so nfr.iltl of tho crx'krnnrhoit tlown there thnt 1 rnllcil for pullce protection. New York World. , Po mnny do tlielr charity work by advlMltiu others to jjlve. . PatrlrVa. Two St. Patrick's days in snceesslnn that of ISill and 1193 have been remarkable for b?ln...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 10 April 1895

HKWASHAIWTOKEAT A SLY OLD WOODCHUCK AMD Hl3 PERSISTENT ENEMY. A t.nng Ilaml Farmer Itrlnte Ills Experi ence With a C'lmrk Thnt tlad Hcrnnin Very Kmart Through Close Touch With t'lvllltatton. "Sppnklii f vmrlclinclcfi," pi!fl r.n old Long Island farmer tlio other day, "remind mo of sumo onrlou iiuildenti Witji 'fin. 'Twnrn't miiro'u BO year ago when thuy wim thick no flini oil this Inliimi, nn we nto them distend of rab bit an uiwlo mnlller mid nilttriiH nut of their pkitis. Tliry win mighty v,:um, too, tin wo old woodoliurk lnitlcim an mtilihr. When n mini wauled n liis fid low, lie only Ind to walk down int tho iicnrn-f fit M on taUn his pick nut of two or lliri'o. They wai so jtlrntirnl that it was no trouble to l.ill Vi:i. Hut limy liavo been killed o(T now u that thcro ain't mnnv moro tonn. Onct in awhile a bit; fellow briiiK" tip n littor into tho lower olovor lot an wo have to root 'em out. "Ever limit woodchnrku? Yfnal, It ain't lunch If they bo yomiR onoa. If yon wait long e...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 April 1895

ft mm .1 VOLUME 3. REVNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1895. NUM1JER 4. The k Store W ll 1 Slash A GRAND SUCCESS and a GREAT SALE ! One year ago if we had told you that in April, ISO,"), you could buy a Ten Dollar Suit of Clothes for Five Dollars you would have laughed at us but, nevertheless, it is a fact, woolen goods are placed on the market to-day for less money than shoddy 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 one-half the price that our Competitors can sell you their old shelf-worn stock. 3 fh f Spring Suits for Men! Men's Nobby Sack and Square Cut Suits, spring and Hiimmor weights, dark colors that would of sold for $5.00, offorod at our store at only $2.77 A lot of Mon's Pine Casstmeres, Chev iotts and Worsteds, medium weight, suits all sizes, niouly made up, perfect fitting gai-monts thut would have sold for $10.00,...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 April 1895

M. NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL. SLIPPERY CHINESE. Laborer Bent the New Treaty by Buying Botun Note Tl seems almost Impossible to ennct laws, frame treaties or draft regulations to carry out Chines exclusion laws which this In. gcnlous people cauoot and tlo Dot in tome way circumvent. With aa experience ot 10 or IB years since the first Chinese exclusion legislation went Into effect, It was rensona ble to expect that all loopholes In he Chin ese exclusion laws hail been closed up, but the laws, treaties and regulation to the as tuto Chinese appear as open as sieves. An Important cae now before the treas ury department Involves the construction of the second article ol the treaty of March 17, 1H!3, which allows any reentered Chinese laborer, who tss a lawful wife, child or parent in the Vnlted Mates, or propeity therein of the value ol (1,000 or del.i of like amount due bitn and pending settlement to return. Vnilor this article, it Is alleged, that Chinese laborers who desire to leave this ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 April 1895

CHILDREN'S WEAR. PRKTTY COSTIMKS MITATJLU vou sri;i.u and ui'mmki:. Snggcattons YnltmWe to Mothers Materials nnil Stylos Thnt Will lie In Vogue Some Stylish Neck (inrnlturca. "V IU)WX-UP members of the I . community do not entirely jT monopolize tho pretty things of the season. Never were the little ones more gracefully or ar tistically clad. The blouse waist is een cvorywhore, developed in nil Sorts And varieties of material, and for tots whose bros ran Re from two to eight years skirts barely reach to the bend of the knee. Slteves ere large puffed, shirred and resetted quite ts elaborately as those worn by the mammas and big sinters. In hats tho Kato (treenaway styles are still in favor. They are always gathered on to wires and trimmed with lace-edged frills or bows of rib tons. Black and red combined are popular for little- girls, and solid colors have almost driven the "mixed effects" from the Hold. Girls of three years attest their ad vance from babyhood by wearing much shorter...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 April 1895

iTfte K Star. Nuhtrrhilinn tl.i'n prr iior, ii mlnnm. V. A. H'l':l'llt:illMi l:lllir nml l'l. vi:nxi:sn.Vv. apkil it. iw. An tmlepetiflenl lot'nl nnjwr. 1111 til Klieil every W(Mlmftl:tv lit IteviniMivllle, Jrtt''fitn l'n. I'll., ilrvnli'il to I hi' Intel-els of Ki'Viiolilivlllo tiief .t-'lTer-otit'tiillily. Non-hlttli,nl, will t rent nil with fiili-tii', nml will hi'i'ipvrliilly frlenil ly tmvnriN tin' liilmrlim ilii. HiilmiMlplluii irli'i'f1.iHln'i yt'iir, In nilvitni'it, ( 'ontTiiiliili'ii t Iiitim Intrtiili'if fur nilliltrntlon TnitHf, bp ni'i'otnpunlort by tin, wrtter'n mime, not for inililirnilon, but nt n mm run Ire of gooil f ti ttli. Inti'ii'Mlnir ni'W iti-nii Kolli'lti'il. AilverllHlnu mil" imiili' kiioun on iiipllcu tlon hi I ho onVi' In A i nolils" llloi'k. Jii'iiirlity I'oiiiiniiiili'Mt lott mill rlirinso of nOveiil-cVe'iiii shoiibl reui'li tliln oltlro by Momltiy notiii. Alilivis nil I'liiiitntiitti'tilloiin to t A. Ptoph onon. lieymiliNvlllc, Vn. Kntereii lit tbr poit...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 April 1895

MENT THE - STAR A ROYAL DORCAS ANNOYED. Thm rrlttrM nf Wnl Ovrrwtirlmril lijr Indigent Ontnmrlnnn. A kindly art of nhurity juivnlely ir fnrinutl ly tlin I'rliii'i-m nf Wulcn with out a thoiiKlit nf nivrrtiHiMiti'iit Ih now cnnHiiiR licr much iimonvoiiit'iii'e. Homo wevlis nD tliu iitti'iilion of tlui iiinci'HH wax (lrnwn to tlio rnilly li'tltute cciiidl tion of a Mrs. TIioiiiiih, a i-ontminrliiii ' living at llnrrypnrt, und tlin inicioiit diinio wiia nmdu liuppy liy n Imiiilximio ilonntlon. TlilH ciuiMi to tliu kliowli'clKB of th local rcpiirti'iH, who imttirally bixmicd royal lirmivolcticn. Tliu romilt in that tlioprinnitHR in Biinjily ovcrwlii'lmcd with ni)li(,'iiticiim for axtdHtiinco on Im half of nu t ini'ii and women unci to JiuIko from Iiit corriHHindirii'o tliiTo most tie thousand of coiitnuarians In this happy country. Public notico tin lict-ti Kiveu that the princoHR i:an glvo no more, but tlio Htruani of lottcrH continue to flow to Marllmronuh Housn und H:inlrliiliimi, an...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 April 1895

fcfrc Stat. tuh ii)tiim tl.oO )r ihic, in utlvunrt. '. A. BTKPIIKNSO. KHIInr unit l"ul. wkITnfkday. april n, imr.. rrivrlr' OTte. I'nenaer triiltn nrrlvo and leave Heyn olilsville as follows: AUiyhniil Vulley Knihnni. Enstnurri. Westward. TrnlnH, - S.44 a. ni.lTriilii 8, -7.4c a. m. Triiln I, - - !. . tn. Triiln 2,- J.4;p. 111. Tniln:l - 6.A7 p. m.lTniln Hi, - - S.4S p. tn. tmrsoi.nsvii.i.ir roT-ornci!. Mulls arrive iiml leave tlm pcml-oHU'O us follows: Arrive. Drpurt. HIOM THK WKST. roll Til K r APT. 1.15 n. m. - - " on p. m. 112.30 p. pi . . n.Tiip.ni. run TiiitrAHT. ton Tim nm, I. 00 a. in. - 2.0U p. tn. IMS a. pi. - - IM p. m. Am from lliithmi'l nnil Prrscottvllle II. ail n. ni. Arrive from I'nnlc Tucwlftyw, Thurnnys unci Hntiiriliiy nt tsn p. in. Iiepiirts for l'rescoltvllle, Itnthmcl, Panic B.im p. in. otllre hours ".on n. m. tos.nn p. ni. Money oriler ofllre open from T.OOn.m.tn T.HOp. m. KrHlsterofllru open from 7.00 ii. ni. to Sim p.m. I,riml llolliliivs from T.on tnS.no n....

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 April 1895

Eight Western Btnte Legislature have voted on womnn miffrnRO during tha past few weeks: via, North Da kota, South Dakota, Montana, Wash iuRton, Oregon, California, Idaho, siul Arizona. Now deposits of phosphates havo been discovered by French explorers In tho western parts of Tunisia. The mineral capacities of Africa are still but partially known. Ctold nlouo op pears to absorb the attention of mod ern explorers. Qucon Victoria is elaborating a lit' orary order of knighthood for tho rec ognition of those who have distin guished themselves in journalism or literature. It is to consist of twenty four knights of the grand cross, 100 knights commanders and 250 compan ions. Allien is nlowly bjing gobbled up by tho E.iropcau powers. Occasion ally one of them receives a slight sot back, but usually a disaster only serves to spur thorn to further exertions. France has just Buffered a slight re verse, but for every soldier killed by tho natives several thousand squaro miles of land will beta...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 April 1895

J ,. ,. - That Tired Feeling ts ft certain Inrtlontlon of Impure and Impov erished blood. It your blood oonhl al ways be rich nnd pure, full of the red eorpnscloa upon which It vitality do pend, yon would never bo wenk, or Kervousl Bolls, pimples, STOfuln, salt rheum, would never trouble yon. But enr mode of living, shut in all winter In poorly ventilated home and shops, de plete the blood and there Is loss of appe tite and wenkii'. Hood's Sarsnpnrilla Is the standard remedy for this condition. It purines, vitalizes nnd enriches the blood, overcomes that tired feellnR, builds up the nervcf and gives jierfect health. Ileal thtst " Our dawtlnVr. ninnh, when four years of nee had a humor break out on her bnnds and fuco, which our phyotclnn pro nounced rer.f.nn. It the cold air reached her face or hands they wonlil swell up, look almost purple, and headed blisters Would form and break, Hood's Sarsaparilla !$ the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in the Public Eyo Today. The Aermotor ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 17 April 1895

TONY AND THE BEAR. A MANEUVER OVER WHICH THE WISE OLD NATIVES DIFFERED. Toby Was Mm Smartest Itrnr !( In All the Woods, and n In Owner Wnnldn't llave Silil Ultn For 10O, bat 1U Wun l Cat Ont Fur an Acrobat. ivns living tip in tho Pennsylvania Inm tier woods, " cnid Ooorgfl V. KoynohN of tlio National I.nmlior company. "I!o tvnt ! honr clou Pcnrs, n ovcry mio knows who over lived ninniig them, halo (Jo'js lryniv1 rrorytMil' rls", two lojrrr rl or fciw !"! 'M'd, nii'l will l'rrinciitly :iv np n r,v' 1 )! ti 'Ji-ij-io from a jm? rutin:; hutit r jt for tV: MtMstcHo't of '.van hi;; '.. tho ilu- it yoliiimi !.! him; liitri mid f;il;iit; u full imt nf hi mi when lm ro'in.i n fill that nsnnl Mil I'-i' d.:'ii o.iivir, c :y"vl:illy if it la n iln-,' liot fsp.iciiilly liiiinol to hunt tho brar. "This cliia Tcl.y nf miiio 'ras faraoni all ilnuiiho Uiomj woods. IIo wiw no knowledge:! to ln tho must nc-oomplinh-eel tlnp; when it enmo to RetflnR the best of hoar that had ever heon in that conn try...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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