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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 October 1895

FROM THE LABOR WORLD. A CAR FAMINE. Furnaces Ars Unable to Obtain Fuel and Ore a Needed. There la a ear fnmlne In the Pennsylvnla eonl and iron regions. The mill and furnace yardi are bnre of stock, and their owner are hounding the roada day and night to give them enough material to keep running. The assertion Ihnt the e orn crops of Mis souri, Kansas, Illinois and Texas nlnne will give 1,800,000 carload!) of surplus for ship ment la made on good authority, and as the wheat erop of the West Is also large It Is evident that the good fortune of the agricul tural States this year will to shared by tlia railroads and the holders of their securi ties. Express companies In Youncstown are ar ranging to do away Inrgely with horses and wagons except for heavy trnftlo, and will In troduce bicycle express wagons for the de llverlng of light parcels. 1 lie bicycle wngons will he placed In service by one company the coming week and the others have ordcrod them. The Kentucky distillers' Associati...

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

HORSES FOR FOOD. AX EQVINF. PLAVOIITKR HOISR IN C'lllCAUO. Borry looking Victims Turned Into Bleat for Unman I'onsiimn , i tlon A Flourishing Western Industry, 7r CHtCAOO letter to the New York Herald any?: The Av slaughtering of iiorscs for C" human food is now a reeog Yiized Western industry, ind tbe an Iboriticn have hoiro no disposition to interfere with it. In fact, the City Health Department of Chicago Buys horso meat, from a (military point of view, is superior to t lint of beef for the rriiFou Hint. horses do not bnve tuberculosis. There iH a horse slaugh ter Imnw nt Hammond, 1ml., nnd Kev- ernl in that vicinity, nnd thero is nlso one Lire, the most extensive of tho lot. Tim main cause of complaint ngnint tbe Chicago abattoir is 1 lint Ibe horses slaughtered there nre broken down mid cninemled animals, nnd mnuy of thera nre said to lie iifflioteil with disease. Comparatively little of this meat is Bold here, tho WHERE HOUSED ARE KLAUCIHTERED FOR FOOP. bulk of it going to Eur...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 October 1895

Subscription tl.VO per vear, in ndrtmce. C. A. HTIiPHKNKOlV, Kdltnr mid Pnb. a. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1H!:. An Independent hwnl paper, published every Wednesday at lleynoldsvlllo, .lelTcrson Co. Pa., devoted to the Interests of lleynoldsvlllo and Jefferson county. Non-political, will trent All with fairness, ami will he especially friend ly towards I lio lulsirlng class. Suliserlptlon prtcoI.O0pcrvcnr,ln ndvnnce. Communications Intomlcil for publication must 1m accompanied by the writer's nnnie, not for publication, hut ns n guarantee of good fait n. Interesting news I1ut solicited. Advertising rules made known on applica tion at th olllce In Arnold' Block. Lenghtv communications imd change of advertisements should reach thin olilre liy Mondiiy nnon. Address nil coinmnnlcntlnna to U. A. Steph enson. Revnoldvlllo, Pn. Entered' fit the postoftlce nt Roynoldsvlllo, Pa., ns second class mull mnttor. Tho Mossodness of youth consist In opportunity; that of old njjo In the (foldon fruit of...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 October 1895

fje Star Subscription $100 per year, in advance. C. A. s)TKPIIKJSON, Kdltor Kiid Pnb. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1 8S5. Passenirer trains arrive and leave Keyn oldsvlilo as follow: Allegheny Valley linihray. Kaatwa'rd. Westward. Train 9, - - d.44 n. m.lTrnln 6,- -7.40 a.m. Train 1, - - i nn p. m. Train 3,- l. p. m. Train a - - 6,6? p. m.lTraln In, - . P.4S p. m. msrwoi.navti.i.i! poT-orrwK. Mails arrive and leave the post-office an follows: . Arrive. Depart. otiom th wrsr. ron tii khast. Utp. in. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - - il.'.fip.m. BOM TIIK BAST. "OH THE WKST. 1.00 a. m. - - 2.00 p. m.li.1.1 a. m. - l ift p. m. Arrive from Kathmcl and Prcscottvllle 11..KIB. m. Arrives from Panto Tuesday. Thurdays and Saturdays at 2.30 p. m. Departs for Prcscottvllle, Kntlimel, Panic. I.OOp. m. Office hnnrs7.0n a. m. toS.A" p. m. Money order office open from 7.00 a. m. to 7.30 p. m. Kvk later office open from 7.00 a. m. to S.no p. m. Legal Holidays from 7.00 to "00 a. tn. and from 12.00 to H-.tiO o...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 October 1895

Almost nil tho biggest London and provincial English papers are priutod on presses mndo in New York It is ft sign of tho times that the Hew normal iiohool to lio built nt Mad iHon, Wisconsin, will contain ft gym nasium, awimmiiigtniik and a running truck. ' A curious development of socialism In Frnnoe in tho creation of n school tocinlist oratory, whore young men re to bo trninod in the sophisms sup posed to bo host united to swny tho public mind. Light single railroads, on which largo whcelbnrrows run, nro beginning to bo lifted on French farms. Tho rails nro fastened to nmnll iron cross pieces tho cndft joined by llsli plates, nnd be easily put in plneo nnd removed. The cloning deendett of thin country nre witnessing no more rcm:irknblo phenomenon than that shown in t ho migration of population, not do much from country to country, nti from place tn plane in tho snmo country. The many sidelines of the great frcnius of tho Franco-Prussian War, Count Ton Molke, is illustrated ngnin ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 October 1895

Vice Veraa, , nitnkcr"Tlin women know how tt handle a train." Pinker "Yen, nnd If tills new soclotj fad of feinnln boxing gets Into VoKtie I suppose they will lie driving trnlneri to dandle tliem."-l'hllndeliihla lnul ter. 100 rtuwitrtl. snoo. Tha ri-mlrr of thl iintier will H Jilrni1 to Irorn Hint thwa In nt lwl otm ilri-nilril illKtwa Umtsi'lonee ha been able to cure In ml Hi slnajes. awl tlint. In t'ntmrli. Ilxll'n Catarrh tJiirn Is the oiilr ionltlve euro kmiwn In the tneillenl fraternity, rulnrrh li-ln conMltii. tlnnnl dispose, rr'iulrr a constltuiiotml treat ment. Ihll' ('Blurrhrure In In ken Internally, sotliujilinwtly mi the lilml ami inni-oim eur fcie of tlm system, tlierehy llcstinylns Ihd fnundntlnn of the illsen-r, nnd kIvIiik-the iia tlentstren"lh by biillillnir nn tin- cieistlttiilmi and assisting rmtnre In iloine in work. Ilia nronrliitiir have so much faith In It riirallve imwer Hint tlieyolT,-r Una lliniiireo iiuiiar t.ir any that It tall to cure, (-end for list of ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 2 October 1895

LEAKE BREAD DOLE. A PRACTICAL CHARITY OVER ONE HUNDRED YEARS OLD. A Beqneni Made bf a Long; Forgotten Mllllnnatre Once a Week the llencflcl rlee Are Given Loan of Bread Some of the Recipients One Wealthy. Ono of tho most lutorostlng chnrltlos In operation in thin city, and one which It prubiibly loss known tlmn nny oth er, in tlmt which Is diwlRtmtort In tho reglstcrof Trinity ohnrch ei "tlieLonkn dole of bronil. " Slnco 1708 lhl practical benefaction has been in constnnt omrntlou, tinil it wonlil be exoeediiifily difficult to com pute the Kroiit niuoniit of koo1 it lm done and the number of lmiiKry persons it linn fod The dole is a bcqncHt by John Leiiko, a long fornottoii million atre nnd philanthropist, who, with John Wiittn, founded the well known Lenke nnd Wntts Orphnn Ilonso, which is still In existence in this city. The portion of his will in which the bequest is imido rends its follows: "I hereby give nnd bequeath onto tho rector nnd inhabitants of the l'rotestimt EpiHcopul ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 October 1895

ft lie Stat VOLUME 4. REYNOLDSV1LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1895. NUMBEH 22. THE 80UL. Brxty, mind nnd onl ThoM re the rarthlr trinity. Two pnrta of It lira flnltat The othor purt ! Inflnlt. The body nnd ths mind Btnp In the rT. The eonl sncs onwnrd, Wot ft man hnprd It, To fit the human body And tho mortal mind, But as God made It, Bo It Knee to him V Unchanged. W. J. Lampton In Mew York Ban. A NEW WAY TO PURIFY WATER. Chemicals Hold to Be flnperlor to Either Boiling or Filtering. According to Dr. Dnpont, ft physician of Paris, writing in Los Annnles d'Hy glene Fubliquo, a safe nnd effective method of pirifying water by chemical action hat been discovered. Dr. Dnpont notei thnt hitherto the methods of puri fying drinking wntor have been by ni tration and by the action of heat. Fil tration it the oldest and leant effeotiTS method. Even flltrntion through poroni porcelain, the most effective substance known, cannot always be trusted, espe cially after the apparatus1 has been ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 October 1895

OUR INDUSTRIAL REVIEW. JHREATEN A BOYCOTT Bscretary John W. Hares it After th Window Oiaia Worktrsi The Flttsburg Knights o! Labor, through Secretary John V. Hayes, threaten a boycott on tome of tba window glast turned out by tha Window Cllast Workert' AMoclntlon. which also hat a membership In the Knights of Labor, If tha skilled men continue to work with the unskilled hand Dot members of District Assembly 12 Knightt of Labor. The natter baa been discussed, and the skilled worker will not tnke cart In the fight of the unskilled men for mors wines, and will not refuse to work with the men not member ol District Assembly 12 In l'lttsbnrg factories. Lnyton Mould, Master workman of Dis trict Assembly 12, has threatened to declare a strike at the factories ol J). U. Cunningham A Co., limited, and Ihmsen A Co. unless tha skilled men aided the unskilled workers In the fight with Hnrlng, Unrt A Co., who are fighting the unskilled workers of Muncle, Indiana, COMBINE OF MILLERS. They are!Arr...

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

BIG BRAZIL A WOSDKRFUfj COUNTRY, TjARG Ett THAN TI1K INITED STATES. Strange Custom of the People Wo man Nothing 31 ore Than Drudge Primitive Meth od In Agriculture. "TNthe Atlanta (Oa.) Journal P.ov. I Dr. II. C. Morrison, the SecM I tary of the Methodist Board o( Missions, tclli of some queer things to be seen in Brazil, that won derful Kepnblio in South America. "Brazil," aid the doctor, "la a wonderful country larger than the United State, and Rio, the old aeat of monarchy, now the seat of Govern ment, is a splendid city of 000,000 in habitants. This is not tho only city of importance, for there are many other, among them Sin Paula, with a population of 130,000. Back from the coast, in the centre of Brazil there are about two million Indian, wild and fierce, and dangerous men they are. ' Brazil is the only one of the Cen tral American States in which Portu guese is speken. When the country was first taken possession of it was di vided between Portugal and Spain, Portngal taking B...

Publication Title: Star, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 October 1895

(Su6cnj)(t'on tl.00 per year, n ntftwie. C. A. ftTKPIIKNNON, Kdllnr and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, OCTOHEU 0, 1805. A n Inrtr-npndcnf local pn per, pit 111 lhod pvpry Wednesday Hi Kcynoldsvlllc, .lolTcrson Co. Pa., devoted to I he lntirrt of HcyiioliUvlllo ami J cfforon county. Non-ollt Icnl, will treat nil wit h fiitrn,"1,. nml will he especially friend ly toward the lalxirlntf ebm. HnlMcrlpllon price l. on per year, In ndvnnro. Communication Intendcil for publication mint 1ms accompanied by the. writer'" name, not for puhllcal Ion, Inn. in a Kuarnntco of good faith. IntcrcMlnv new Itctrmftollcttcfl. Advertlnlnir rate made known on appllca tlon at thoomVc In Arnoldx' Hlock. Lonirhtv communication nnd change of advert Iwmontii nliould roach thl olltce by Monday noon. Addrcw nil communication! toC. A. Steph enson, Keynoldavllle, I'n. Enlcrpd nt thn postofflr at KnynoidKVlUe, Pa., an nocond clnu mall mat tor. If you want your children to stay at home make homo at leant an plcanant to tho ntrept....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 October 1895

ft Stan Subucription $1.00 tr year, in advance, C. A. KTKPHKNAOK. Kdltor and Pub, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1805. ftrattelrr' C9ultr. Pnnwnirpr trains arrive and leave Uevn oldsvlllo a follows: Alleeheny Valley linihrtni. Rastwa'rd. Westward. Train 9, - - (l.M . m.lTrnln , - -7.40 a.m. Train 1, - - l.im p. tn. Train z, - - l.t'J p. m. Trnln 8 - - 8.57 p. m.ll'raln 10, - - Mi p. m. HrrNoi.rtsvn.t.r rosT-nrrtcF. Malt arrlvo mid leave ItiA nnvt.-ofllen as iohows: Arrive. Depart. irnoM tii est. ron tii r apt. 1.18 p. m. - - 7.00 p. m. 112.30 p. m - - fl.20 p. tn rnoM TnitKART. ron tbi wf.st. 8.00. m. - - t.00 p. tn. 17.15 a. m. - 1.10 p. m Arrives from Kathmel and Prcscottvllle 1.80 a. m. Arrives from ranlc Tuesdays, Thurday on nnmniays ni .iu p. m. Depart fur I'reacottvlllo, Rathmel, Panic .wp. m. Office hour T.nn a. m. to S.OO n. tn. Money order office open from 7.00a. tn.to ho S.OOn. m. hud. m. Kevisier omce onea from i.uu a. m I f.ernl lloltrinvs from 7 00 to ft 00 ft. tn. find from 12....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 October 1895

Th income of all the missionary societies of tho world is about $14,-. 000,000 yearly. Tho 20,012,803 members of chnrcb.es in tho United States are gathered into 113 denominational folds. Tho total raluation of property in Missouri this year is 81,003,099,700. This is an increase of 100,000,000 over the valuation of last year. An idea of the expense of maintain ing a first-class English modern battle ship in commission may be gathered from the fact thai tho new vessels Powerful and Terrible, of 1 1,000 tons, require 900 men to man them. P.ubma is so anxious to colonize qnickly the Amur district with Cos sack f, in order to watch the Chinese frontier, that (die offers each male scttWr eighty acres of land free, a loan of 8323 without interest for thirty three years, and exemption from taxes for three years and from military service fir five. Although good crops are almost uni versal this year Indiana has suffered from drought, which will cause heavy losses in some parts of the State....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 October 1895

The Apple a Timber Tire. In loiiio sections of till country the tipple tree In looked on for It product as n plop of timber, as well an a fruit producing article. For thin renson the. old Merman fruit jjrowprs In tlio vleltk Ity of riillndclpliln, always aimed to Ret A nice stmlKlit trunk to an apple tree and trnln It up comparatively lil?h before allowing It to form a bead. Mod erns lmvo supposed that the chief ob ject to be KOiucd I'.V this method of training was In order to fuctlltnt plowing operntlnns, but the ultimate end In having a good trunk for timber pur pi wen was not forgotten. In this particular region, the wood wns used chletly for shoemakers' lusts a busi ness which, in l lie earlier history of 1'hlladelplila, did much to help the trade of that famous manufacturing center of population. The apple re gions have mostly disappeared from that vicinity; but other sections of the country seem to understand the value of apple tni- wood. It Is stated In the Country tlentlcman...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 9 October 1895

PERPETUAL MOTION MACHINES The T.mt Palllnr, Kktot KnillnB Rmrah For Snch Meehenleal Contrlvanws. Clmwly nllloil to tho perlotlldiilly rn onrrliiH rjliilm for thn iirmluotiim of por potnnl motion nro the iilns of exhibi tions which hitvobfltmrirofltnlilo to their Inventors by nrMnliliiR rompnnips throuuli not ire promotuM, upon evi dence for Instnncw, thnt it fr ilro of water enn produce a premin of 10,000 pounds pir siiure Inch, mi thoniili this Was tnntaninnnt to thn pprforninnco of a naoftil amoniit f work. ArrIm, there In the linn of wui1o ox pprlniontntlon, tinned n.ioti tho oft re pented assertion thnt hnnnony of sound eaa let tip snch motion ns to produce Inre tnechnntenl effects, such m the rotation of lunchlncs, or sot villi ex plosive power in gnon. All snch devices niny properly he considered ns prpitnitl motion niiwliliip", for in nnrli ensc thn power innntfestcd I Hindi p;rciiter thiiti thnt reipiirt'd for Its Initiation, nml it must follow thnt thn inni'hine, nfter supp...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 October 1895

mm VOLUME 4. KKYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, OCTODER 16, 1895. NUMBEK 23. 8EPTUAGESIMA 8UNDAV. GotimI I, 1, "In thn boRlnnlnit Unit crmted the hniTin anil the rarth." Flrnt Lmiiii, Rprelntlon xxl, 1, "And I M a new henrcn and a new rarth." Bocontl Lrwon. The F.plntle fur thn day Rcuk of the Inter val n a race or a flulit; the gmppl, a a rtuy's work In a YinpyanL Whpncct anil Whither! cries the soul, tlere thy crwlln, thero tlijr ganl. Here they tell of man's first birth. Thero they ulng new hetiven, new enrth, "Twlxt the two a men to run Till thy earthly coiiiko Iio done. Life In bnttle; life I toll. Mnn wan born to till the noil, Who for fight thn palm would bear rinnU hU blowrt nor beats the air. Whntww'or tho Muster wild, Work unenvlotw to thn end. Mny they hfvn who strive to teneh Urnee to prnetleo whnt they pn-aehl Mndn from iliwfc nnd prono to sin, Muy thoy foW Owl's brocith wit hint F. Cornish in Week by Week.. ABOUT ELEPHANTS. BELIEF THAT THEY ARE ENDOWED WITH SUPERIOR IN...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 October 1895

7 THE INDUSTRIAL WORLD. WORK AND WAGES. Xnlargttnent and Extension of Factor t le Increased Wage. Tbt Ring Bridge Company, Cleveland, a, t Increasing lit facilities for getting out work by th addition of a now brick fire-proof building about 100x200 lent, which will en able material to be painted and loaded under . cover, to that It will be kept from being ex posed to the weather from the time It Is re ceived until It la llnally painted ready tor hlpment. The Drownell Company, of Dayton, O., are building an addition to their plant, to aa to be able to take care ol the Increasing demand for their boilers and englues. Tha York Wire Cloth Company, York, Ta., la erecting a new pattern shop. Tha Cedar Tolnt Foundry, of I'ort Henry, N. ., to making an addition to the machine shop and aleo a new pattern room. The Michigan Holt and Nnt Works, Detroit, Mich., baa had plana propared foratwo-story factory. 75x660 feet, at WIkIiI street and Mel drum avenue. It will cost 17,000. Watte Increaaed....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 October 1895

LIFE IN CUBA. Homes and harits or tub I'EOPLE. The Houses Have ni Barred Win dows Picturesque Dress of the Women Hospitable Country Folk, j QE races in Cuba are no mixed, I , says May B. Stacey in the JL New Yotk Recorder, that 6 one ie ever in doubt whether be is talking to a Metizo, or a Cuban, or a Spaniard ; but their manners and customs are very pleasing. On my arrival in Havana 1 was met by a very charming and cultivated man, one of Havana's leading lawyers, and most courteously entertained for somednys at his oasa, prior to my visit in the conntry, where I spent the winter among the sugar plantations. The hemes in Cuba are very com fortable, made of stone with plaster fronts and immense barred windows and solid wooden doors. The floors nre paved; sometimes there is a rug just where tho chairs are put, and that it in a square between twa opposite windows. Why the people are not all con sumptives I cannot toll, for they sit in this draught even in cold days. They do seem to suf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 October 1895

Cftc Star Sutmcription $1.00 )mt year, in advance. V. A, MTKPIIKKNOKf, Kdllnr and I'nb. WEDNESDAY. OCTOHEU W, 1JW.V AnlndpppnnVnt locnl pnnr.piillllirrtivpry tunPMihiy nl Hoynol.lvtlli', .Iftr.TMdn Co. r., lit'v.n.'fl in i tm liitrti'tiH of Krynohl-tvllle Mil .IiITi'riinfiiim. Non-xllt l.-iil. ill I rent all with fnlnii'. nml will lii'i'ii'i'lnlly frli'iitl lv tnwjil'ii I ho lulririnir rlii. Pnlwrlptlmi prlri'l.impi'i- vi,nr, In nilvntn'i. C'onitnuiilciitloM. liiifiHlrcl fur piiMlf'titlon mimt Ih iiri'oinpniili il by llw wrlu-r' minii", not. for ptilillrui Ion. tint n n iriiiirnnlrp of good full li. Inlini Iiik nrw Item nollfltiMl. AilvpriMnt rule iniult known on Hppllra tlon nt thf otllco In Arnolds' III.H-k. l.piitfluv rohimiinltMilloiH mid clinnirp. of advert Iw'nirntu rIioiiUI ruiu'h tills olllre by Monclnv noon Aililrvn nil ntminnnlcatloim toO. A. fltepli enon, Ki-ynoldsvlIlK, ln. .... Knton-d at the p.wtolfiV at. hVynoldnvllle, Pa., aa nm'ond clam, mnll matter. A Ronton papor ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 16 October 1895

I I m Stan Sufmcriptinn $1.00 per year, in advance. C. A. STKPHKNtMHH, Kilttnr and IMib. WEDNESDAY, OCTOHF.H 10, 18!5. NOTICE. It's easy enough to bronk prom ises mado In advertising, but we don't do It. Remember If anyono offers yon silver dollars for 50e. thoy cither liave holes In thorn or are counterfeits. Wo don't do thin but give you full hundred cents' worth of now stylish (roods for your dollar. Ploaso compare Our Men's $." 00 Suit with others. " " 0 50 " " " it ii 8 00 11 11 11 H ii j0 no ii H it ii i 2 00 " 11 " Our Men's $5 OOOvercoat with others ii it 7 o (( " " i jo 00 " " " ii ii J2 00 " " " ii ii j4oo ' " Our Boys' $ 4 00 Suit with others ii i, 7 o i i ii i ii 800 ii ii ii , jo oo " " . " Our Child's ?5c. Suit with others .i fl oo i, .i ii it j o 11 " 11 ii ii 2 00 ( " u ii ii 2 50 11 11 11 ii ii 3 qo " 11 (l OurChlld's$2 00Overc't " " it 2 50 " fl i. 3J,o ii ii Child's 25c. Knee Pants " " ii jjo i ,i ii Our all wool underwear, shirts and anything else that you aro wa...

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