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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 30 September 1896

THAT WICKED HAMT A DRUMMER'S VIEW9 OF SMOKING ANYONE OF HIS STORIES. R Can TcM All About 11 lnn mm tlm Way He Rniol.m n C'i(:ir--. llnnker Who Earnpi'l Itnlii Hi i f Hoclnlilllty In the Unwl 11 Vim ran ! '! i'n alwnt n tnn by thf way In- tiuiki a rignr," said n travt'l'iiK iisr.ti i.i 11 .liilnnpliintl til nod a on of tin- hotels ilir ollur day. "And it gnu without hhviiik that you can also tell sntnplhiiiu of his itinHwition by tho lirnucl ho Ki'iicnilly Mimkus. For instance, you kpo him onmiiia; ont from thn diniiiB room af tor ivKitlliiR tho phys ical ruau with tho drlirarlra of a first clans menu. Ho sits on tho cool siilo of the bnilditiR, draws a long black ciar from his pockot and bitt-a about half an inch off from ono end, sots th other to blaziiiK and is soon puffing great clouds of smoko that ring and curl all around him. If he pulls at it furiously, I al ways think ho doesn't know how to en Joy a good cigar. Ho will probably smoko two cigars whilo another mini is enjoying...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 October 1896

VOLUME 6. REYNOLDS VI LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, OCTOKEK 7, 1896. NUMIJER 22. itaitronti ftm (Table. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. IN EFFECT JUNK 14, 1HIMI. I'lillniMpliln A F.Hp KnllroiKl Division Time Table. Truiim lfn p Driftwood. KAHTWAKIt :04 n m-Trnln s, dully t-xiM-pl Himdiiy for Punhurv, HiirrlHlnii'ic find Inlrrim'dlMI' Mil lions, arriving lit I'lillmh lphlii :3I l. in., Nw Vrk, 9:i p. m. i Hiililtmr: p. ni l vVHshliniton, 7: Ift p. ni riillniiin I'nrlor fur Trinn Wllllnmsisiii snd iMsstnKr rom'lip from Kunr to IMitliidildim. H-k p. nt. Train , dully pxrrpt Hnmliijr for llitrrlstnirff anil lni'rmi'dlut stfitlons, ar riving at IMillmlvlplilH 4::t a. m. New Vork, 7::i'l A. M. I'lillmiin flN'iilntf rnr fniin lliirrlxliiirKtiiriillnilt'ltihlit nnil Ni'W York. I'hllmli'lphln imswiuri-rs I'nn rmimtii In nlwpt'1 nndtstiirlMMl until 7:U A. M. 9:M p. tn. Train , ilnlly fur Hiinlmry. Hnrrls burg and lntornMdlHtn atiitlonw, arriving at I'lilliKlolph' ., a. w.i Niw York, :. A. M. un wivk d.y an...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 October 1896

Orent Britain pays the Coufiuent tipwnrd" of 870,000,000 for sugar, and grows not mi onnco. Btiutents of the census figure that there lire (150,000 mure mule humnn being!! in tho Unitoil States tbnn fe male. The distribution, however, it tiueven. . . It may bo n fact, philosophizes the New York Advertiser, thut the world owci every mnn a livitip;, but it is a fnct also that thousands are too lazy to collect tho debt, . As a means of showing how far the world is from becoming overpopulnt ed economists assert that the entire population of the United States could livo comfortably in the singlo State of Tex us. The Ilussinn Government will prob ably stop sending prisoners to Siberia, for the sake of the colonist, nuil in stead use Saghalien, Archangel aud other far northern islands, which are more terrible plnoes of abode f'inn oven Siberia, whither the rush of peas ants is now compur ablo to that i'lto our owu Western States at the height of the boom. Africa offers ft prolific) field f...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 October 1896

HONEY MAKERS, IXTKRESTtNG OCCUrATIO OP BEE CULTURK EXPLAINED. Queens, Drones, Workers, Robbers - .Human Conditions Reproduced In the Illves Great Profits Made. P1D yon ever hear of robber bees, thai wage fierce war on other colonies of bees and re lentlessly carry off every drop of honey belonging to the vanquished? Well there are snob, in real truth, save !he Washington Star. Their only ob eat is plunder. When they set ont on a robbing expedition thoy select as their point ot attack a neighboring defenseless colony, that has been dis organized through loss of its queen or demoralized through bad management. The burglaries of robber bees are es- m I I ft -i, i i h -i I 111! -TL HONEY BEES. 1. Worker, Cnrnlnlnn vsrloty of Apis mnlllHca twice natural size. 9. Giant honey bee of En.it India (Apis dorntittO, worker twice natural Rise 8, Olant honey bee of East Iuilla (Apis dorsnta), drone twice natural size. 4. Drone, Carnlolaa variety of Apis melllllea twice natural sine. & Queen, ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 October 1896

Subscription $1.00 per venr, in atlvnnce. (1. A. HTRPIIKNItON, Rdltor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1980. An Independent looul pnnor, puhll'hrd rrery Wednradny Bt Kojrnollvlll, Ji'lTornon Co. Pa., devoti'O to tho lntorot of HoynnlilnvHlo nd JnltprHonroiinly. Nnn-plltli'iti, will trritt nil with fnlrniMK, and will Itppsporlally friend ly townrdN the tailoring cIhhh. Pilhwrlptlnn prlrc $1.00 pi-r yenr.ln idv(nr. CommunlrntlofiA lntimll for ntihlirntlon mut be nrcompiitiUMl bjrthe wrftnr'ii nnmi. not for nubllentlon, but a ft (tillirniitce of Rood fftltli. IntcrwAtltiff miw tti'mn Bnllrltcd. Advertising rntft mndn known on Hppllrn tlon At the oftloe In Arnoldm' Hlk. Iniihty mmmtinlratlnns nnd chnnun of advortlMonienM should rench thin olllce by Monday nimn. Adilrivw all I'nmtntinlmtlona to C. A. Htnph Snnn, Krynnldsvllln, la. F.ntoivd at. thn poxtofflre at Roynoldftvllta, Pa., an npiond rlana mnll mat tcr. Study Both Sides. 1 1 is not my purposo hereby to pre senile to or toll any one...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 October 1896

ftt -fr Stan Subscription $1.00 per year, in advance. C. A. UTRPHKNHON. Kdltor ndPnb. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1896. Fop the Toilet Soaps as sweet as a breath from the spice fields of Arabia. Perfumes the daintiest, the newest, the most stylish odors of the sea son. Brushes, combs, bath accessories. Atomizers, pretty ones and useful ones. Come and feast your eyes and take in the de lightful features of our new spread of toilet articles. STORE'S 3?liarmacy. fl tittle ol Everything. "The Stat" for One Dollar. For a few months at loast, we will offer The Star to new subscribers for $1.00 a year, CASH IN advance. This of fer holds good to old subscribers who pay all arrearages and one year In advance. All back subscriptions will be charged at the old rate of $1.50 per year. "If mai-ringe In a lottery And (tumbling It a crime, How can a good (rlrl hone to hour The liupuy wedding clilme V" Tub Star for $1.00. Silver meeting to-night. The chestnut crop Is large. Eastman kodaks at Stoke's. Cup...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 October 1896

ftolilrn-Rod. On tho har.y hill It blows In a splendor gny and dreamy, And tho twilight softly glows In Its texture rloh nnd crnnmjr. Bound It light as ether drifts When the qtmll begins to whittle, And tho ponslvo llght-wnve shifts All the sllvor of tho thistle. Little fnlry gln troe In the mdow gnyly waving, All tho landscape vividly With a flood of sunshine loving. Though It blows In summer-time, 'TIs the torch of gorgwous yellow That nhlnne In autumn's prime Sots the woodland brown nnd mellow. R. K. Munklttrlt-k In Harper's Wee THE ARTIST'S STORY. "I toll yon, Indies," declared hand some and cynical Wilton Robeley, the artist, "a fortune teller showed me the image of my wifo two year before I ever saw her in the flesh and thou sands of miles from the place I first net her." "You are the last man in the world whoso mind I would think obscured by the clouds of mysticism," replied the rich Mrs. Austyn, his friend and patron. "You have never shown any patience with the charlatans wh...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 October 1896

Look Sharply to the condition ot your blood. At thin season psoullar porils assail the system. There nre suddon change In tempsratnrot fog and (Inmpiiw, chilly nights, lowering Olouds, drenching rain. These sudden chnngas bring on colds, ferers, pneumonia, bronchi! In and other aliment. Keep the blood pure, rich and full of vitality and you Will be well. . Remember, Hood!' Sarsaparilla Isthebcst In fncttht-OneTrnrWnod Purifier UaaiI' DSUa sre the best nftrr-dlnnrr le lirM nf trr-dinnr I Hid digestion. nuuu r mo puis. ati Hrlftcd I'ottr Thousand Mllr-s. On one of the coral rrpfs off tlio Mnr hall group, fur awny In the South l'n olfle, there rests a largo railway trans fer barge, which wns onrrleil by winds and currents from onie p-ulnt on the California coast to Its present resting place. Its ownership, home port nnd the dnte of Its loss nre unknown. John Crowley, mnte of the nilsslonnry lirlg Morning Star, saw tho linrgo. F peak ing about It recently, he snld: "We ran Into the Mars...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 7 October 1896

URIGIN OF THE HELLO INVENTION OF THE TELEPHONE, A3 TOLD BY ITS AUTHOR. HYr. Itrll, I.lVn Ills F.thiT, Wu IntrriMitrd t:i rmirtnta Inntrnrt Tfrnt Mutra-Whlta F.ngKsrd In Thin I.ln nf Work tlio Trie lihone Was Sungi-nti-d to 1IU Mind. Thn story nf how tho tolpphnnn cnmo to be invrntrd vn told by Dr. Alexan der Ornhnm Bnll during hid nttfiiduiice nn tho mooting of tho Amorlrnn Asool ation to Promoto the Teaching nf Hpoeoh to the Deaf, held at Monnt Airy. Dr. Bcll'i father wan an elocutionist iu England mid well known an a corrrrtor of drfootn in nttrrnueo, a bin grnndfa ther had alw hern. His father had de vised method of representing thn ac tion of tho vocal organ by symbols, imilar to thnno used in chemistry. In like manner letters representing the va rious organs of speech, with flgnres at tached indicating the positions of those organs, would represent certain sounds or spoken words. A person placing his tongue, teeth, lips and palate in tho po sition indicated by a certain formula...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 October 1896

i "ft mm VOLUME 5. KEYN0LDSV1LLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 14, 1U. NUMBER 23. A Few Solid Retsoni Why I Am For Bimeullsm. BT ISAIAH A. SWARTS.l In the first pliwo 1 am for blmotallsm because no party In thin free country ever doclared for a purmnnont jfold standnrd. Even the vtiry platform upon which the (rol(llt art runnlnif In Ihis stirring cttmpiiiKn dHs not ndvncatn the continunnro of tho (fold standard. It ha blmctallsm In vlow, and It says In effect that we must first enb-r Into partnership with the nations Ixiyond the great waters before It would bo safe for us to adopt the blmotalistio policy of the fie and unllinitod eoinnve of both gold and silver. The Chicago platform says that this Is not a necessary part of our treaty, or amicable relations with other nations, so that we can legis late on tt as seems best for the general welfare of our Republic, without wait ing for other nation to tell us their mind and interested wishes upon the question. The principal difference b...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 October 1896

More than one-fonrth of the iiorm lotion of Now York are depositors in the savings banks. The Now York mnrkot is snitl to de mand white-shelled cggn and tbo Mos ton market tlio bufT or brown ahnllod. riiilndulphia takes either kind. UulTiilo, N. Y.. will soon be known as the Electric City, predicts tho Now York Reoordur. In Iho use of the current for industrial puriuavR it will shortly load tbe world. i '. Throughout New England it is said that many of tbe workmen in the city factories rido bicycles to and from their homes. Ileal estate in the atib nrba of tbe larger towns gnins in jirico considerably from this cause. An American woman tells an Eng lish Jinjier that lier Amerioau sinters lovo Euglinhmen because they are a mystery; an American man can be read through and through in five minutes, but an Euglishmau is a mys tery for a lifetime. At a coiiutry school in Now England was sot the tusk of subtracting from 880,788,889 the number 0'-"J until nothing remained. If the teacher ba...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 October 1896

THE PHILIPPINES. REVOLUTION IN SPAIN'S MOST IMPORTANT COLONY. How the ftpantsh Possessions Have Dwindled Away The Until mid Intrepid Malays A Ulituce at Manilla. mnat traverse tho sea. In the arohl pelago there are (100 islands in a chain which stretohes nearly 1100 miles from north to Booth, and at the widest point is almost 700 miles in width. The Spanish soldier must journey from island to island and conquer eooh one in turn, a tedious undertaking, whioh would cost Spain hundreds of thou sands of soldiery and the flower of her young manhood has already died fipaln and her colonies. It ii of great importance to Spain, which has held it since 1521, when Magellan discov ered the islands. Only once, in 1702, did it pass ont of her possession. Theu England held it, bnl surrendered it shortly afterward. Hpnin has often trembled lest she might lose tho Philippines. Japan has recently regarded them with covetous eyes. The islands are at least as large TOE qUEER.LOOKIlfU rASGOLlX. Heart L...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 October 1896

lEtxt Star ijultocription $1.00 per vr, in advance. V, A. NTKPHKNNON, Rdltor and Plib. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEK 14. IDWfl, An independent loos! pnper, puMIlirri very Wednesday nt Key hoIiIh villi", Jefliwin i'i. I'a., devoted to the Interests of Hrynoldsvllle und .leffernnronnty. Non-pelltlnil. wllltri'nt nil wllh fiilrni'ts, mill will he especially friend ly toward the IntmrliiK rlnss. giilwrlptlnn prlrefl.onptT yenr.ln ndvnnre. Uommuiilrstlons Intendeil for pithllrntlen must be Hivnmpunled by tho writer's name, not for mihllrntlon, hut nn a misrnntee of Bond fultli. Interetlnn new Item solicited. Advertising rnte made known on nppllr tlon at theonVe In Arnolds' Block. Lentrhty communications unit change of advertisements should reach this ofHre by Monday noon. Addrc nil communications to C. A. Stcph non, Keynoldsvllle, Pa. Snlwwfm the postofrlce nt Ucynoldsvllle, Pa., tut second doss mull m litter. Portion of a Private Letter Written by James B. Arnold to His Wife. Tho brakeman'aclenrca...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 October 1896

r Subscription tt.00 per ytar, in advnnce. C. A. HTUPIIttHfHU. Kdlfor and Pnb. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 14, 1800. Fop the Toilet Soaps as sweet breath from the fields of Arabia. as a ppice Perfumes the daintiest, the newest, the most stylish odors of the sea son. Brushes, combs, bath , accessories. Atomizers, pretty ones and useful ones. Come and feast your eyes and take in the de lightful features of our new spread of toilet articles. STOKES Pharmacy. ft Little ol Everything. "The Star" for One Dollar. For a lew months at leant, wo will offer The Star to new subscribers for $1.00 a year, cash IN advance. This of fer holds good to old subscribers who pay all arrearages and ono year In advance. All back subscriptions will be charged at the old rate of $1.50 per year. "The wheels of true love never ran Along a rougher course Than does the business of the man Who would succeed perforce; And never to his aid doth call The most successful plan Of advertising spring and fall And ever when he ca...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 October 1896

Bird With a Broken rinlnn. 1 walked through th woodland meadows, Whore swoot the thrushos slug, And found on A hod of mossoa A bird with A broken wing. I healed Its wound, nnd often morning It sang Its old, sweet strain i But the bird with tho broken pinion Novor soared to high again. I found a young llfo broken By sin's seductive nrt And touched with A Chrlstllko pity I took him to my heart, He lived with A noble purpose, And struggled not In vain But tho Ufa thnt sin had stricken Never soared as high Again, But tho bird with tho broken pinion Kept Another from tho snnro ; And the life thnt sin has stricken liaised Another from despair. Each loss has Its compensation. There Is healing for every pnln I But the bird with the broken pinion Kover soars as high Again. Hczoklnh liutterworth. THE WOMAN IN BLACK. Traveling recently from Chicago to New York, I found in the morning, upon crawling ont of my berth, that the train was standing stock still. The porter told me it bad been standin...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 October 1896

r Take Cure of your htvilth at thin season. Hi" thnt your blood In pom. nppntlte good ml nlltba orpins In a ht'nlthy condition. Hood's Hai-n-fmrilln Is the itrmt building-up nnd blood purtfylnc nwdlclno unci, tlicrtifiiro It Is tho bsst mivlleins to tnlis In th (nil, wtrnn tho Mmosphrr is Indira with disonsn Rprms from decnylnff Yiv'stlon. Hood's Hsrsnpnrllln preterits colds, pneumonin, bronchitis, foyers. IHloods Sarsaparilla lathstwst In fart tliOnTrni Wood rnrlfVr D!f I a ttie bt family rnlhnrtlo nOCQ S rill nd liver .timulKiit. iOc Had tho lnt Word. The train-boy lmd o bail rye nnil n most nnmcloriiotiM voice. His yell nont a shudder tlirnniih tln entire cnr. It wan, an a matter of course, the fnte of the Irritable man to select thin par ticular trnln for Ills Journey. Kvery time the train-boy howled he Jumped and looked at him with nn expression of reproach which gradually became malltrnnnt and then ferocious. "I-e-e-p-a-c-!)-e-n! A-a-n-a-p-l-e-s! Chee-y-H-n-u-Ind uiim!" he voc...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 14 October 1896

SIREN SONGS FOR GOPHERS. How Florida Ijincl Tnrtlrs Arc I.nrrfl Ont of Tliclr llolra. W. H. Gilbert, locksmith, nstrono tner, fislirrmnn, scientist, hunter mid capitnliHt, is. n great funnier of gopher tnent, and han thought of uiu'.iy way of catching tlo gntiin. Borne, time, ago ho loomed that there was. a family living In tha northwestern part of the cotiuty which boasted of fining men who conhl "Ring" gopher ont of their hole. He traveled many tnilea to ascertain if the report wu really true. The young men wererelne.tantnt first to give an exhibition that might reveal their Kcrot, but Mr. Gilbert had a Bomber of rmrsuasives along and finally they ftinsented. The young men equipped themselves with a gunny uncle and a pointed itick about five feet long. A half mile from the house, in the wire gram of the roll ing pine Innil, they found the hole of a gopher. They covered the entrance of hia tunnel with a suck and plnnted the itick over the tunnel. Then all of the men lay down about ...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 October 1896

J VOLUME 5. , KKYNOLDSVILLE, PENN'A., WEDNESDAY, OCTOHER 21, 1896. NUMBER 24. Our Educational Column. "Uitli WllllM," E4itr. AddrpM nil cnmmunlentlon nlnllvc to t Arpnrtmrnt )o Kdllor Kdui'Mlonnl foltimn, cnra of Thk Htar. THE RIOHT SORT OF A OIRL. "The ) who ttne in rnlleito, yet knows Jnnt whnt to do With vi-eiill marrown, Bnd with rvk- livkty. tool Who run muse on the dlRnmmft or Epholkti- tlkon. Yet tinvcr be unmindful that theporrldirepot lon. The girl who", up In pudding, and In pic and politic. Who run compound a gravy or confound Talk rlnht fcultnidy of Hogal or knowingly Xhf Kant. . Vet be with fronveraam Th) jbialden whi th hcrcookory hook in deeply nvemant. i who cau charm vou wll h Bach or menuciwion, Known when the moon'. In ApnKrp, can quote AnacMon, And yet can hoi! potatoes, knows when a tur nip's done. Can mold the restful doughnut and the fes tive currant bun; And the mathematlc maiden who can criti cise Laplace, Or whose chemical dexterity can analyre a gas. Who c...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 October 1896

The snlo of oleomargarine, wllon Colored to imitate butler, is now pro hibited by tUa laws of thirty-two states, It is ft noticeable fact tli ut tho girl who play the piano in tlio worst ion nible fashion in tlio one most rendy to yield to persuasion whou "some music" in requested. A curious pxrini of tlio vicissi tudes of fortune is thnt of tbo Into Mr. Pattison, who recently (licit nt llnckhnmplon, in Queensland, lie was a butcher, who struck gold, bo came very rich, wont into polities, was made Postmuster-Uoncral, lost his money, mid returned to bin butcher hop again, dying it poor mini. Turkey' mililnry system makes trained soldiers, of Hourly nil its able bodied men. The standing finny numbers 18;),0;)0 men, nnd the soldi em who have servod nix years and passed into the reserves would rniso tlio forces thnt could be plnood iu the Hold to 300,000. The Turkish navy cou ists of iiinotoon iroti-olnds, frigates nnd corvettes, with about 2t) wooden ves sels stationed at dilToront poi...

Publication Title: Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The star. — 21 October 1896

Voles Have been cast by thousand of sufferer from Impure blood, nnil their verdict hM "MM tha question of thn (,'rent curative power of Hood's Rnrsnparllln. Every mail Mt brings In these letters of prul Be for 'Hood's Bartmrmrllls. Thiy foil 11m sums Wonderful rtory of health restored, piiln nnil suffering relieved, and happiness LrotiKhf buck. They prove Eflood's Sarsaparilla Iltheberft tnfnot I he One True lllooil Purifier fajlt Dili cure nil l.lvcr III ami nOOQ 5 r IliS Kl k Headache. Ml cents A WonderTuI Material. The peat, or furf, tnlten from the Irish bnjra. In used ns fuel In flip man ufacture of rlotli, and when subjected to Rreut pressure becomes ns hard as ebony mid may lie used for a variety of liiPfhniitrnl purposes. After being washed, dried nud teased It present he nppt'nrauen of an exceedingly coarse brown fabric. After further cardlngs It change) to a delicate, creamy, chocolate-colored fiber, which can bo apitn Into ynrn or woven Into woolen goods. It can bo bleach...

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