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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 May 1895

fcfre -fr Star Hubn'vifitinn $t.M ftrr trnr, in mirmirr. r. A. ftTi:iHl:Mo:v, lictlmr l'iit. Vi:i)N'i:sl)AV, MAY 8. IKK,. An liiili'iK-nili'nl local pniwr, pnlilNliril every NViitni-i1fty iit Heyimlilsvtlle, .lenvrnn t'o. I'a., tli'voietl to the Intereitu of Kryimlilivllle linn .TriTi'iMni'ounl y. Noti-tHilltli'iil, will tretit nil with fiilrntx. ami will lit'iwpiH'litlljr frlnml Ijr towartl the lulmrlnu rliim. Hiitnt'rlnllnii (trier. 1 .Ml nvryrnr, In atlvatien. (Jonuniinli'atlnna Inli'iiiletf for niililli'atloii ntiiKt. lie niM'ominliMl Itjrtlin writer's name, not for mitillcntlnn. Imt nn a Ktiaranten of good fnltlt. Inlin-itliii new Item noltrlti'il. Atlvertllnir rate marie known on appllra- tlOII M lilt' Ollli'P In Arnolds' llllH'k. lifnvlitr ciiiiiiiiiiiileatliiii mill t'linngn of RrtTiTllcini nlK nhtmld reach lhl tilHce liy Momliiy niHin. Adrirew nil communication fo C. A. fteph (iwin, Kt'ynoliUvllln, I'll. Entered nt the poMofflcp nt tleynnlcHvllle, Pa., an necoml elaiui mull...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 May 1895

fCUt it Star Siiomxi'pdVm $1.60 )ter year, in adeanet. O. A. MTftl'IIKNAOX, Killtor and Pub. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 181)5. fl Little o! Everything. Vol. 4, No. 1. Fink Jubilee Singers May 21st. Gents' -hose at Deemor A Co'i. See our line of hosiery. Deemor ft Co. Dishonesty in any form don't go with religion. New line of Dimities just In at Deem er ft Co's. Bicycle's for sale at Ed. Gooder's from 125.00 up. With this Issue The Star enters Its fourth year. If you want nice silks, they are at Bind & Co.'s. Finest tons In town and chini at Deemor ft Co's. A union Sunday school was organized at Camp Run Sunday. The May term of court convenes on Monday of next week. Largest and choaiicst line of ribbed vests at Deemor ft Co's. Chaplain McCabe Is to orate at Clear field on Decoration Day. Remember there will be a celebration in Reynoldsvllle July 4th. Fast black hose for ladles, four pairs for 25c., at Doemer ft Co's. Attend the Junior League meeting in Centennial hall Friday night. 6,000 ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 May 1895

It in estimated tlinl more gotit and ' silver lmvo been sunk In Iho sea thau aro now in circulntion on tlio earth. Gold is rapidly displacing sugar as llio chief staple of British Guiana, From 23 J onnoo in 1881 the produc tion bos increased to 128.000 ounces. It Is obtained chiefly ot present bjf placer mining. It is proposed to name a new street in New York City Parkhurst avenue, remarks the Chicngo Herald, even if it docs break tho rulo that honors of this sort shall be conferred ouly upon people who are dead. The shipping of all lintiona is of the approximate value of 81,100,000,000, while the 110,000 locomotives at work represent a voluo of $1,000,000,000. Tho railways give employment to 2,391,000 people, while shipping em ploys only 705,000. Hpniu bus spent upward of $110,000 000 iu suppressing iusurreotiouary up risings in Cuba in the last thirty-five years, aud there is abundant evidence that she will have to make a consider able addition to her expenditures in that line dur...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 8 May 1895

That Tired Feeling It is remarkable hnxr ninny penpla there Are who have That Tired Feeling anil lecm to think it is of no impor tance or that nothing nee,l be done for it. They woull not be so cureless if they realized hotr really serious the malady is. But they think or say "It will go off after a while." We do not mean the legitimate weariness whioh nil experinnoe after a hard day's work, but thnt all-gone, worn-out feeling which is especially orcrpowering in tho morning, when the body should bo refreshed and ready for work. It is olten only the ood's Sarsaparilla flakes Pure Blood. Crttlna Old. One of the worst things nbnnt getting old Is thnt you will li.tve to wear Ann. nels In hot weather to keep the rheumfv tlsm off. You never see old women wearing dresses so thin they show lacs, through. Atchison Globe. The world demands more of a Chris tian that the Ulble does. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST POR The BEST .Nursing Mothers,Infants CHILDREN JOHN CARLE A SONS. New York. W- L. Douglas S3 SH...

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

A DINNER IN KOREA. It a Ceremonial That Kxtcndi Throngl the Entire Iy. "Korea, the country which canned all tho tronblo between China and Japan, ha ninny queer locial custom, " snio X A. Morrill, "and I remember going to a banqnet given by a member of th foreign office there, which, In many re spects, waa qnito uniqno. Tho guesti arrived long before, the dinnor hour, fot in Korea an affair of this kind lasts all day, and were ushorod into a pavilion adjacent to the ouo in which tho dtiinn was to be sorvod. After several hall hour had bccnwhilcd away in smoking and in conversation the dinner waa at last announced, aud we wore summoned into the other balL "As soon as we had entered the offi cials began to divest themselves of soui of their clothing, for parts of a nntive'l wearing apparel seriously Incommode him In taking food. We took our placet at a large rectangular tablo, which wa heaped with food of all kinds in braren dishes of heniisphoricul shape. For the first course we had s...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 May 1895

VOLUME 4. REYNOLDSYILLE, TENN'A., WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1895. NUMBER 2. Milliren's! Cheviots, all-wool. For the fjarmente you'd have to pay $10.00 elsewhere. Fifteen Dollars would not tell the value and perfect fit of our Suits at $7, $8, $9 and $10. All the newest designs in Sacks, in Cutaway Sacks and in Full Dress Cutaways, made of Fancy Cheviots, Imported Clay Worsteds and Diagonals, and Unfinished Worsteds. Their Cut, Style and Finish Com pare with any $25.00 or $30.00 Tailor-made Garments. $7.00. $8.00. $9.00. $10.00. HATS1 Mention any shade and we have it. Ask for any new style and we will produce it. Our assortment this Spring is Bim ply gigantic. The amount we sell proves that our prices are right. Call and see 'em. The only way that we can convince Only Reliable Clothier, Hatter and Men's call, get prices and see the goods. Retinoids Block. Get Ready! :F0R WARM S H We have them in them. .American Dimities, Belfast Dimities, Percales, Challies, Grenadines, X aconet Duchesse La...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 May 1895

JAPAN IS REACHING OUT. MAKES A NEW MOVE. Trying to Arrange With Nicaragua For Special Privilege In th Canal. The recent achievement of Japan hnvo led her to turn ber attention to grouting a treaty with Nicaragua, bjr which she would ecurs marked privilege la the Nlcnraguan canal. Tha subject bna been under consld eratlon at Washington, between Minister Guzman, representing Nicaragua, and tha representatives of Japan. At one time tha basis ot a treaty sse.ujd to have been reaen ed. I)r. Guzman feared, however, that the t'nlted mates might hare cause to object to seeing privileges accorded Japan. This ob- Iectlon was met bjr the representatives of npan by a proposition thnt Japan should re ceive the same privilege as other countries with which Nicaragua has treaties, except the United States, it being expressly recog nized that the United Stole Is entitled to superior advantages because of proximity to Nicaragua. The negotiations stopped nt this point, and the treaty has not, as yet, ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 May 1895

A CROILSUS' CI I AT12A U Vanderbilt's Palace in tho North Carolina Mountains. A Lordly Domain Amid Wildly Picturesque Scenery. George Vanderbilt's country real dunce in within a few miles of Ash Tillo, N. C, n spur of tho Dluo Mouu t litis. Hi new homo, which has been building far four years or more, is now practically completed. The home is an imposing gothia Htriicture of In diana sandstone. It is the most im pressive ami commanding of tho many residences belonging to tho Vendor bills. 1 ho mansion is not long ami low nnd rambling as most Southern dwell ings are. Instead, it rises to tho height of four stories, not counting tho lower floor where domestio work is dono, or tho story next to the roof. But it is brand and long and impres sive. Mr. Vnmlerbilt wns largely his own architect, an I tho result would indiento that ho is not a bad one. Ho has boon courageous enough to bor row literally from others, but inn inly from (Switzerland, for tho house ns Boon from a distance resemble...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 May 1895

$Tfte if Star Suhnrriptinn tt.BO er trar, in mlnincr. C. A. MTKI'IIKSftOM, Kill tor niitl Pub. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 11)5. A n Inrtppcndpnt locnl pnptT. pnlilNlipil evrry Veilmrlnjr nt K,'ynnltlvMI Ji'HVrwon Co. Ph.. ilnvnti'fl to thn iMtomM of HrynoltUvlllo Hlul .liiffi'riMiiiiroiiiil jr. Non-pnlltlrnl. will treat nil with fiilrmu,, and will lwf,peolttlly frlunU Ij toward the Inlnirln flnM. Htilwrlptlon prli-il.0xTi!Br,ln ftdmnre, Onitiimwlrnllmm IntPtidmf for nulillratlon mut Iw Hcronipanlnd by thn wrflnr'a namo. not for niilillrmlon, lint. in a tninrnnti'n of ood faltn. Intirnatlii iww Itimm aollrltnd. AdvprlUlnv ratea mndn known mi nppllra Won at thn olllre In Arnold' Hlork. Lcnuhty rimimunlrationa and rltnnsft of Bdvortlnpnii'iila nliotild rciwh thla oltlcre j Monday noon. AddroM all communications to V. A. "tiipn naon. Ktynoldvlllf, Ta. Kiiti'rcil at thn MMtolHi' at Rrynoldavllle, Pa., as second claaa mall matter. Since the beginning of the Civil War tlie total pension paid to th...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 May 1895

it Star Suhnrriplinn tl.fiO fx-r ffir, in mlmnrt. . A. TICPIIKNOSI, liilltor null Tnh. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, I ". travel' Wulbe. I'nwnuT trains arrive mill leave Keyn- lolclnvillu a follows: Allrghtny VaUry Ituihrny. Enatwarri. Westward. I Trains, - - 6.44 H. m.lTrnln 8, - -T.4n. m. Train I, - - MW p. m. Train I, 1.42 p.m. Train 3 S.1W p. m.lTrnln 10, - K.M p. m. nvTMfit.tMvtt.t.B nwTirrtni. Malls arrive and leave the noet-ufflve I follow: Arrive. iicpart. I mow tii r w rxT. rnn tii ast. 1.15 p. m. - - rem p. m.lllan p. m - - s.jn p. m. rnoMTHKRAKT. ron THI WKKT. 1 8.00 a. m. - Z.OO p. m.7.t.1 a. m. - - LIS p.m. Amvna ffmm llntlimnl unit I'rnncilttvllln 11.30 a.m. . Arrives from Panic Tuesdays, Thurdays unit Kiitiirilnya at t,: p. m. Iicpiirta fir I'reacottvllln, Rnthmel, Panic 8.0p. m. tmicc nour7."in. m. lon.wn. m. mt - ..M.. 9ma m pimiry iir.i.'r mill v ,.f,ii iunn ..... Inn. m. lii ulaliir iifflre mien from ?.U0 a. m. to H im p. m. I.emil llollilnva from 7.on tox.w a. m. ana from 1...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 May 1895

An educational qualification will lien-after lo required of men necking enlistment in tho United States army. England, Recording to tho navy es timates, intends to build next yeor ten now flrstrlusB bottlo nhipi", six first class, thirteen second and third oluss cruisers nml from forty-llvo to fifty torpodo-boot destroyers. ' Iu tho course of rnrlinmontnry do bnto recently Sir Edward Roed point' Oil out "tho doplorablo fuel" thnt in tho wholo naval establishment of Orent Dritnin there was no school of naval strategists and tacticians. A number of pntriotio Japoncse In Tokio have decided to erect n tower in Eiffel iu honor of tho nntlonnl victory ovor China. It will lie 1,000 feet high end will cost U350.000. Thin sum has already been subscribed mid designs are solicited from engineers iu various European countries. Mexico produces anything that can bo raised in any country, asserts the Atlanta Constitution. So varied is climiito that in tho samo Htato can lo XaiHud any product, of t...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 May 1895

Spring Makes Rile Tired , To many people Spring and its duties mean an aching he, tirel limbs and throbbing nerre. Just aa the milder weather comes, the strength begins to wane and "That Tired Feeling'' la the complaint of all. The reason for this condition is found in the deficient quality of the blood. Daring the winter, owing to various causes, the blood beoomee loaded with impurities and loses its richness and vitality. Consequently, aa soon aa the bracing effect of cold air ia Inst, these is languor and lack of energy. The cure will be found in purifying and enriching tho blood. Hood's Barsaparilla is the greatest and best spring medicine beoause it is the greatest and best blood purifier. It overcomes That Tired Feeling be Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in tho Public Eye Today. nnooa. By brushing suos with a soft brush rubbing a little glycerine well Into thi leather and polishing with n very clean soft brush, no blacking will be required Mar H...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 15 May 1895

THt OWER OF HOME. It Relation to Society and IU Influence tn the Chnrrh. The nnit of sorlpty In the horn. En rollment thnt BHsniiios to be thoronnh in not a rcRistrntion by tndi vidnnlw, tint by fnmilic. K we worn to my thnt the (trnctnro of society is oollnlar, we should have to nny thnt it in the family thnt coimtitntod each separata cell. No rnnn, however entire, la cell. No wemmn, however comploto, in coll. There In no finished cell TCppt In the RTonpiiiR of levornl imlivldniil bound by ho tic of domesticity. A tsvholor Is dlslocntci fragment His female coun terpart is In tho am onteRnry. It may not be their fault It may He in tho necessity of their cane. "Still, all in all, it in a condition forolga to divine in tention. It in to the family, therefore, thnt we ihnll hnvo to look a "beinR the prime point of concern ia 11 thnt rolatea to the weal of onr times and onr kind. The strength and health of sooloty are to bo measured by the amount of affoo tionnte emphnd thnt Is lnld on ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 May 1895

Wm VOLUME 1. JIEYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1895. NU3IBEK 3. Milliren's! it 'wf Suit, Cheviots, All-wool. For tho garments you'd have to pay tlO.OO elsewhere. Fifteen Dollars would not tell the value and perfect fit of our Suits at 7, 8, $9 and 10. All the newest designs in Sacks, in Cutaway Sacks and in Full Dress Cutaways, made of Fancy Cheviots, Imported Clay "Worsteds and Diagonals, and Unfinished Worsteds. Their Cut, Style and Finish Com pare with any $25.00 or $30. 00 Tailor-made Garments. S7.00. $8.00. $9.00. $10.00. HATS! Mention any shade and we have it. Ask for any new style and we will produce it. Our assortment this Spring is sim ply gigantic. The amount we sell proves that our prices are right. Call and see 'em. The only way that we can convince Only Reliable Clothier, Hatter and Men's call, get prices and soe tho goods. Reynolds Block. Silks! 19c, 25c, 35c and 40c. They are all Great Bargains I Hi Muslins! You will save money. Cottons are advancing. Dnr Sd...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 May 1895

PRESBYTERIAN ASSEMBLY. BOOTH CHOSEN MODERATOR Work of the Assembly Begun Amid Great Good Feeling, i r The on hundreth nod seventh Oonoral AsaemMy ot tba Presbyterian Church In the United States began Ita sessions In (he Third thurcb, Sixth avenue, Pittsburg, Thursday. There was nothing unusual about the open IDKi which was conducted with Presbyterian Implicit; and dignity. Moderntor Mutelimoro called the assembly to order at 11 o'clock, Choirmaster W. U. Edwards led his choir In the rendition ot the anthem, "Send Out Thy Light;" llev. 1. N. Adams, D. 1)., ot Ked lllver, Minn., olTered an Invocation; Rev. Dr. Page ot Topeka, Kan., read ths first Scripture lesson, and Dr. W. L. EcKwan ot the Third church announc ed a hymn. Following this Hut. Dr. Nor therns of Carlisle, Pa., offered prayer, and the itnted clerk, HeT. Dr. W. H. ltoberta, read the second Scripture lesson. Dr. 8. A. Mutchmore, the retiring mod erntor, delivered the opening sermon, The assembly proceeded to the election o...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 May 1895

STYLESJX CANES. African Walking Sticks Are No Fashionable. Many Novelties Manufactured From Imported Wooda So many persons carry canes nowa days that the manufacture of tbis ad junct to dress has boonme quite an im portant American industry. It is trne that moat of the unfinished sticks are imported, but hundreds of people are kept busy preparing them for market. Teople prefer wood of foreign growth. Fashions in canes change with other dross and for several years the only proper stick to carry has been of nat ural wood. These sticks are treated while growing to givo thorn a knotty appearance. Xo one in this country could afford to spend the time in watching and trimming sprouts, but in the rural districts of Europe there are many people who enrn a livelihood in canestick growing. There is reported to be ono wood grown in America for walking sticks, and that is Irinh blackthorn. Accord ing to an old ennomnker, the introduc tion of Irish blnckthorn in the United States was begun by a ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 May 1895

Cft? Star 8ubvri)tion tl.t'O per vine, in infnitire. v. a. Ti:riu-::vM, i:.iimr nnii rub. W i:T) N KsDAY, MAY 22Tl mV An lMf1i'jMmlin1 lirnl pujMr, iuMNht(1ivtry WhUiichiIiiv Ht. Mt'vmiliWvllli'. .Ii'llt'i'smi I'o. Vn ili-viiU'd to thr lntiiit of Ki'yimlilivlllo mid . I I'flVrsntM'ount v. Nnn-imlltlciil. will trvnt nil wllh fiilniiw. anil will hixmiMxrlitlly fi li'iul Ijr tnwiinl tlic liilxirlnc rlnw. HiilMorltlnn prlretLMlnor yonr.ln nrlvnnrn. Onmmunlriitliiin littmiilcn fur mitilfrnttnn mtit Iw itrronipunli'd by thn wrflrr'n nnmf, not for puhltrntlon, hut n II KHnrnntro of good f nit Ii. IntPti'Mlns niwn ltm wHcltfil. ArivrrtKinir ruli miwln known on upplloa Hon nt thn officii In Anml'IV Hlnrk. l.pnithty commiinli'iittmin nnil cbnnire nf nilviirtlwincntH nlmiilil tviirh thin oIIIl'o by Alomlny noon. Ariilii'w nil lunmnnlcntlons to P. A. ftrph enon, KrvnuliNvlllp, Pi. Kntnnil nt thn potoWi' nt KcynoluaTtllc, Pa., nn ni'fonil rlnii mnll nittir. Thu following bill to prohibit mining ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 May 1895

Huhm-rititiim prr year, in mftwire. C. A. MTKI'llfcNftONt ICrtllur mid lanb. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, IKtr.. ft Little ot Everything. Circus next Tuesday. Robinson' In tho iihoe house of Royn oldsvlllo. Blcyclo' for sale at Ed. Oooder' from 2B.00 up. Hna nny ono a small lny to loan for circus ilny? If you want nice silk, they are at Blng A Co.'s. Thin Is sentence day In tho Jefferson county court. Hell, tho clotlilor and merchant tailor, I making a fine all wool clay for $IH. Mrs. John Williams, of Till! street, died last evonlng from heart trouble. Genuine York Htato potatoes, jimt tho kind for seed, nt Robinson & Mon I dorff's. Tho Flsk Jubilee Singers gavo an ox- collont entertainment in Centennial hall last evening. Brnssclis cai'iH't, from a cheap tapes try to velvet, at tho Roynoldsvllle Hard ware Co'r. Rtore. Gentlemen, call and Roe the flno lino of suiting wo aro making to order for 10. Hell, the clothier. Call at Robinson's rIioo Rtore and Judge for youmolf who has the larges...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 May 1895

A considerable tcrrtory in Eost Tcxns is being opouod up for rloo oul uro' .. Over 830,000,000 aro spont in main taining the churches of tko United States, and $400,0000,000 in running the Jails. i Mr. Frauds Dooonolo, writing to the Pari Matin, doclnros that Egyp tians are opposed to tbo British rule lung the Upper Nile. The Now York Mercury rotates that an Osnge Indinn who triod his first fontherbed at Htlllwntcr, Minn., the othor dny cut a hole in tho ticking and crawled in among the feathors. Itnly had a lot of nickol coins minted recently, and thoy hnvo nearly all disappeared. An investigation ehowod that they had bocu bought up nud sold at a big profit in the Orient. Ceylon's output of tea for tho cur rent yenr in expected to reach 04,000, 000 pounds. Tho industry is rapidly growing, planters are ninking fortunos and the wliulu inland is enjoying un exampled prosperity. At a banquet rocuitly given to tho Earl of llnpetown, the retiring gov ernor of Victoria, iu Austria, the op...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 22 May 1895

Wo in e n How much they sudor wuea neryons, wenk ami tired. Nerroui prostratioa is a lingering, racking, living death to those afllioteJ, though wholly inoomprehonsibla to others. The cause ot this condition is impure and Insufficient Blood. Make the blood pnre, give it vitality and it will properly toed the nerves and make them strong. Hood's ttnr saparilla cares nervousness because it acts directly upon the blood, making it rich and pnre and endowing it with vitality and strength-giving power. No other medicine has snob, a record of Hood's Sarsaparilla Makes Pure Blood. Not the Same Genesis. A German Hebrew professor had five daughter, whom the students railed Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. One day the profes sor began his lecture by saying "Gentlemen, I wish to apeak to yon to-dny about the age of Genesis," which remark was greeted with a burst of feet scuffing and a general mile on the part of the class. The professor, thinking that his sub ject was belug a...

Publication Title: Star, The
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