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That satisfactory wood-pulp can be made from a number of heretofore little known woods is evidenced by a Government publication, just issued, which contains seventy samples of paper manufactured by different processes, chiefly from woods heretofore practically unused for this purpose. It is pointed out that the spruce forests of the country are threatened with exhaustion, and that the cost of spruce pulpwood has steadily increased. If the price of news-print paper is to be kept at a reasonable figure, the experts say, more efficient methods of converting spruce into pulp must be developed or cheaper woods substituted for it.
The bulletin goes on to state that the method of manufacturing groundwood pulp has changed little since its introduction into this country in 1867. It was with the idea of developing new methods and improving the old that tests were undertaken at the forest service laboratories at Wausau and Madison, Wis. As a result, the relation to each other of the different steps in the manufacturing process has been definitely established and the merits of each treatment determined. The paper made from new woods was given a practical try-out by two large newspapers with satisfactory results.
Annual Meeting of The Mother Church
with contributions from Calvin A. Frye, Edward A. Merritt, John V. Dittemore, James A. Neal, Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy
JUDGE LEWIS R. WORKS
Intruders on the Scene
AMY C. FARISS
A clergyman preaching in the St. Austell Parish Church...
Charles W. J. Tennant
In a report of the sermon of an evangelist at Port Carbon,...
Thomas E. Boland
The sermon on the effect of the war on religion, as reported...
M. I. Whitcroft
Sowing and Reaping
Annie M. Knott
William D. McCrackan
A Letter from Mr. Willis
J. B. Willis
with contributions from May N. Hatheway, H. Wallace Smith, Walter C. Bailey, Frank K. Sutley
About seven years ago what little I knew about Christian Science...
Harry E. Renetzky
As I did not seek Christian Science for physical healing,...
Harriet Kate Helman Gray
One morning, while reaching up to a shelf for a bottle of...
Gertrude M. Butler
I was led to investigate Christian Science by a statement...
Fannie M. Bangs
I am sincerely grateful for Christian Science
Mary N. Overman
I first turned to Christian Science to find relief from...
Claire L. (Wilkinson) Williams
I am indeed thankful for the privilege of expressing my...
Henrietta L. Price
We are instructed to rejoice always, and through the...
Percy Hunt Sweetser
I wish to express my deep gratitude to God for His truth...
Ethel M. Poos with contributions from John F. Poos
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