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St. Johns herald and Apache news. (St. Johns, Apache Co., Ariz.) 1905-1917, October 03, 1912, Image 5

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4, STEAMING AN' UMBRELLA,
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Process That Makts the Fabric Fit
Tight and Smooth; ,v ;
One of the odd occupations :in -which-men
may find' employment ia
that of thersteamer arid xoHer in an
umbrellafactdry. - -
W?heTl in tfiQ nrnnopa n-p -t-f a mo v-i' I
II J.J ls.uk XXJ. VUVOO VJ i. IO , 111 CHAT
ufacture the umbrella has been' so
far advanced as to have, its cover;
On, but this before it has been oth
erwise ' finished and fitted with its
handle, it may need to be steamed.
It is of course essential that the
cover shbuloj fit everywhere with I
drumhead-like smoothness, ..but as
it comes now from the coverers. it
may be that the curtain, that part
of the covet that is down in the
'widest part of the panels,.Jbetw.een j
the ends" of the-ribs, is loose and
full. Ifc is the work of ' the; steamer
to take out that fullness.
; The steamer sits on a table with
a- pile5 of ' umbrellas 1 near on one
side. In -front of him at a little dis
tance is what looks als .much as any
thing like a ' big galvanized iron
watering-pot with a long spout and
with the . reiguTation ' ? " Bunflower
sprinkler top at the" end except that
this tip is larger. At";tHe end of its
long spout 'this tip . is brought up
to a point convenient for the oper
ator, and" throujlr its many perfo
rations' there is : constantly emerg
ing a rrentle lit'tle haze of steam. " .
The steamer picks up an, umhrel
la, opens it, turns it's handle: to 'the
front a::d theriv holding it .so, steam-'
mg it on tile under side oftTe
cloth, he rotates the, umbrella slow-
ly but steadily with the' curtain part.
, of the cloth panels 'held over the !
steam. By this process the fullness
is taken up and the cloth in every
panel al around shrunk to perfect
smoothness. ' :
Before the umbrejja g'oes.through
the next process in its 'niariuf actiyrp;
and finishing it is rolled for greater
convenience . in handling. The
steamers do this rolling. A sjteamer'
will steam umbrellas for an hour or
two and .then for an hour or two
will roll the umbrellas- he has.
steamed; while another steamer andg
roller who' has been - rolling vglh
take his place at the steaming can
and. steam for awhile, and ,soHhe
steamers and rollers keep going all
day long.-wY-ork Sun,.-
The Paramount End. y
.The- character itself sl)6'uid.be to
the individual a paramount end,
.simply because the existence of this,
ideal nobleness ot character, or oi
alnear approach to it, in any abun
dance, would go further than all
tfijSigs else toward making human
M happy, both in the compara
tively humble sense of pleasure and
.freedom from patoand in the
Iiigher : ineanirig of slendering life
nbf what it now is almost univer-.
sally, puerile and insignificant, but..
-sucn as Human oemgs witn nigzu$;
developed faculties can care to,.
have.John . Stuart Mill, "System
of Logic."
Buy 0h Anyway.
JBuy a flower for: your wife, ipriw;
'."Hiaven t one. ' -v ;;.
For your sweetheart.-' .
haven't one'
"For your best girl, then.' ...
''fHavfcn't one." :
'fSince you're po lucky, theji st
lc&t buy one for yourself. J?Elie
agendo Blatter.
Office for. Job InvktiMti& S
Uommercial Bt "
OTjomrepir I'Tu- ' 1 -
ykarr . the -. we sell the caaicT- ysare hunting a -t -:.gf
IPOPULAKlJ Magazine ;ef 'i'he MtlisiY '- " new &mt; Xy , :
&I MECHaNJS that makes i fi A wts-mttvi?" -t w - A f ' " f
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IIHdT I UNDERSTAND BT" II
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forever, is running in
s
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in thousands of the best American homes. It
appeals, to all ..classes old and young-rmen
and Women those who know and those who
want to know.
250 PAGES EACH MONTH 300 PICTURES
200 ARTICLES OF GENERAL INTEREST
The "Shop Notes" Department (20 pages)
gives easy ways to do tilings how to make
useful articles for home and shop, repairs, etc.
"Amateur Mechanics " (10 pages) tells how to
make Mission furniture, wireless outfits, boats,
engines, magic, and all the things a boy loves.
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(The Mission Trading Store)
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Gerteral Merchandisje, Wool, Pelts
' " Hidcs; "
Navajo Blankets a Spaciality,'
Prehistoric and Modem Pottery
(
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V"' i '12-21-11,.
J. E. WHITE
... 4
Hunters Point, Arizona.
Pnip-j Michaels ? Arizona.
GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
Style Navajo Blank
ets, a Speciality i
12-21-11, ly
city 'blagesmth
; ; " shop '
J Established
880.
JMarinu Christcnseny Proper
VEST-AVENUE, North of AG.jM.jI.'
WUil PAY TOP PRlidBSkFOR FAT
STEERS ' f
Leade Your Ordefr 'dtTe1e-K
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; , for Breakfast Fry-
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MEAT
Fresh Beei and
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Opposite Postoiiace
MARKET
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MANUFACTURERS & DEALEHS
ALL KINDS BUILDING MATERIALS
All uraers
DRESS
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is
IfoiFhaycloi, farm
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r
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Representatives f the Company
at Ove E. Oversows Law Office
and Herald-News Office '
Call or v rite to us
In De,nyer sub-division, St . Johns
Twenty our d pilars down, bal
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the center of the "New " St."
John at a bargain. See Ove
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