Tn Japan straw i« used tor shoeing hordes; and shoes used for carthorses aro made 'of rice straw braided to form a sole half an inch thick, and are tied about the ankle with straw rope. Telephone communication .has been established-' between Barharbor, Maine (U.S.) and Austin (Texas), a distance of 2,600 miles.
The Charms . of the Teapot | Are never so strong, H never so irresistible, m as when the Tea inside if is made from T —Tea made from "Tiger" —makes a delightful drink. —You enjoy every sip of it, -and a second cup is a —blessing. It revives you, —lt invigorates you, it —qxienches the thirst—it does you real good. __ Jears M _. The Reason: "Always Pure"
m I It tl She best and most economical of teas and can be taken with abtolote comfort \J>y thoae of weak digestion. "The Lancel"sayj: "Fine tea means better lieaiih" 68 iom frßjamynHß 1 i^H mm tmm 1811 rt *5 till I! saws SOLiD, ARTISTIC BEDROOM FURNITURE. QUAINT AND MODERN DESIGNS. BUYING FROM US ENSURES NOT MERELY A EIC ECONOMY, BUT THE LATEST AND BEST STYLES. HMMMRHOnm DUNEOIM AND INVERCARCILU.
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 Evening Star, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915
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