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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

I have been Breeding .... POLAND CHINAS For Twenty . One Years . Prices Low for Quality . THOMAS CONVEX . Ki Use way , Wis . I C ^ H A W Breeder of J . V / . OllrtVV , Thoroughbred POLAND CHINA SWINE . p , a K * ^ mWWWKKKm- Choice FlB 9 sired by Model >^ tffl £ ____ & _ & _ mi __ J _ l Mo del . Sams sired by Chief ^ PBSwSB ^ iKiv * by chie i aI 1 ur 0 o £ BooH color . Mention Oils paper . Hurd s Ameriican ^ a ^ . Hnrm Tsawntaa * to kccP , 10 & s ^ r J & FlUtf M afWCffrom rooting . __^_\ Jp paid to nearest railroad express office for 90 cents . D . P . & JOHN WILKINSON . Mfrs . 150 Kinzie St .. Chicane

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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QUERIST COLUMN . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

QUERIST COLUMN . Sign your name and address to all letters for this department . We take no notice of unsigned communications . We will not publish , the names If so requested . Questions will not be answered unless written on paper containing no reference to subscriptions or other departments of the paper . • Questions of law in this . column- are answered by O . R . Harnett , of the Chicago Bar , 1510 Monadnock building , Chicago . Owing to the large number of legal- questions received by this department with requests for reply by mail , we- shall hereafter answer no legal queries by mall unless accompanied by a fee of $ 1 per question . Mary Comely . —As you gave no address , we • can not return your song . Mastiff Dogs . . I would like the address of , some one that has mastiff dogs for sale . Henry Florey , Ind . —We know of no one . If one should see this , we should be pleased to advertise the fact for blm . U . S . Supply Co . Is the United States Supply Co ., of Chicago , r...

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Timely Topics [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

Timely Topics Illinois State Grange THE Illinois State Grange closed its twenty-seventh . annual session at . -. . Springfield , Dec . 15 . Sixty-four granges , in twenty-seven , counties , were represented by seventy-five delegats , with numrous honorary members ., - _ , A large class took the higher degrees , and one night s session was given to a lecture program of addresses , papers , music , etc . Among the resolutions adopted were these—to prohibit killing quail for five years ; to give less protection to English sparrows ; for a better enf orcements of the butterine laws ; for uniform text-books furnished at cost and made by . convict labor ; for more buildings and equipment for the Farmers College in the State University ; censuring the State Board of Agriculture for the gambling devices at the State Fair ; to abolish fiw . railroad passes , and for a uniform two-cent passenger rate ; in favor of pure food laws ; the initiative and referendum ; postal savings banks , and fre...

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The Adaptability of the Gasoline Engine for Farm Purposes [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

The Adaptability of the Gasoline Engine for Farm Purposes THE farmer is fast awakening to the fact that in the gasoline engine he has a safe , reliable friend , who is ready at all times to relieve him of many of the arduous and ; disagreeable duties connected with his work . We will briefly enumerate here a few uses to which a simple , reliable gasoline engine can beput on the farm : They are the best power to run pumps , cream separators , churns , feed cutters , grinding mills , wood saws , grind stones and , last but . not least , dynamos , because they are simple , compact , safe , steady running and economical . The farmer can provide himself , at a comparatively small cost , with , electric light for his house , barns and stable , equal to that enjoyed by the residents of la ^ e cities . The cost of operating the modern gasoline engine does not exceed one cent per hour for each actual horse power . They require very little attention , not much more than a ; gasoline stove , a...

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

£ ~ 1 SEMP © NE DOLLAR ^ ^ * * \ TT g ^ L * ^ ^ TIA ,, ^ . ———<^ f == j = ? fci == *^ and sena t 0 us and ve Tr 1 -for WO mflosfrom either noint . THIS OPENBCTGGY islatest 1899 style , end spring , as illustrated , or side bur spring . ™ 2 o ? or de t ? ack . Bodf is Coding style , 23 inches wide , 60 inches Ions , made fromselectedseosoned atoolt-eornersroundedandmltoied ; sills mortised , screwed , Blued and plugged . Springs , highest grade stock , double ^? oftn ? d ™ n tempered . Uenr . mnde from second growth hickory . Coleman nnh wheel 15-10 inch double collar . Swaced Denton crystalsteelaxio ; double reach ironed full length , bolted and braced throughout . Wheels , ho . 1 grade ? S . ™ . ? S ma ™ from selected second growth hickory . Painting , ^ y ^ eMyilni ^ md v ^^ aA Waatc wlthneat striDintr-gear , dark brewster green or carmine . Trimming , upholstered in Ullman leather , patent leatner dosh-tMcaroet wStD socket , ontt-ratrfors and shaft . Kxtra for polch , ...

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A FAMILY BATTERY . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

A FAMILY BATTERY . The Macintosh Battery & Optical Company , of Chicago , have been advertising in our columns for some time a very useful household article In the form of a family battery . This battery , with the various appliances accompanying it , will often give relief iu various ailments where medicine seems to be of but little value . We would advise our readers to send for a booklet which the firm would be glad to send to all who may request .

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

• ii ^ s . ^— . It Cuts All Arwma . theWorii g g Dehorning ** ! H ^^^^ w 8 CIiPPfCT -f . ¦ J , ei * Sy ^ n | slgS aBBlly a l ^^^^^ LEAVJTT MF 6 . CO ., 5 ^^ G sti , Hammond , ill ., U . S . A SLICED EAR CORN MS ^ , is pronounced by cat- ^ nSHB ^ . ir A tie feeders as effective ^^ SSt ^ Httfcv vHP ^ lv ft 8 corn-and-cob meal yyhT ^ Ki ^ . yMMxnk at one-fourth tbe exII ^^ KBp & fiflS | peiiBo when prepared I P ^ H- EW GORN SLICER II E D E » N TB | Can be operated by 1 -. WtesHtimt , B hand at the rate ot 40 ¦ «*• = = S- ~ 3 B bu . per hour . Best of , ^ HRM H ° * L feed , for steers , milch JB ^^^ B * 1 cows and calves . Saves a ^^ waste . Low priced . ENTERPRISE CO ., 0 . K . Crofoot , Assignee , 20 Main Street . Sandwich , III . Mill WE SHOW SEEDS We Sell Them at Low Prioes DITTQ and to Introduce them into new f J ^ y jj , homes , wo will Give Away as Premiums RCCUfi 100 , 000 Pkts . Vegetable and ULLUU Flower Seeds . Our elegant Seed , Plant and Live Stock Annual will m...

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

fymm \ We M « GRANULATED $ IOQ llIllsell 4 Dlbs . SUGAR Hh IRDAUIM / iTcnlwti ot * ierprocBre 9 andra ( se-atoutPr ^ ces * a 11 l ^ nMnULnl £ w able formulas free to new customers . Send eight ISItR AHr / 2 . ct . staiupRforourcatalogue ( letailingouruigbar . fer- ~^*~ Vjj gains A how to order . We rebate 16-cts . on first groVtnn A .. nOI eery order so catalogue costs you nothing . Jiiq US ! L * i = 5 Horn ) forAgcHta . Jl . WAltllKNJIEKCASTlLECO . ^ = s == ^ = y Importers nnd Jobbers . CHU . A ( iO . IM ..

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

REDHEADS HEREFORDS FOR SALE . A few choice young hulls by Ancient Briton and other i Ires , also choice young heifers and matured cattle . My herd hns won many prizes at the leading State fairsAddress , GEO . S . REDHEAD Dei Moines , Ia . $ 5 . H & USSM & NN DEHORNER $ 5 . J > % . SIMPLEST . fT MOST POWEKFU 1 . /> 7 JJTp EASIEST OPERATED . (( \ ( E f—is | Every one guaranteed . \ N > I fej *_ Sent by express on receipt of SsSiiSSJ price . Circulars tree . HAUSSMANN & DUNN , 109 SoutU Clark St ., CHICAGO . LUMP JAW S ! ff Jh A case of lump jaw in , / f ^ Jl your herd means im- & t ( KVIA X ^/ meaiate i ° ss ; i * ma > ^ , ^ sa j » KES * mean the infection of ^^^^^^^^^ p | the rest of your hard ; ^^^^^^^^^^ i \ it may result in thedis- ; 5 § lBllWSils \ i \ tributionof the germs- ^ i ^^^ L j ^ i ^^^^ . all over your pastures . J ||! SKpS || 5 kJ | lp ^ 3 ^ All loss and danger can , , ^ P ^ gfeV...

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A Plan ot Co-operative Capital Settlement [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

A Plan ot Co-operative Capital Settlement By Jas . W . Wilson . D URING the past few years the Ruralj impelled by many urgent suggestions on the part of its readers , lias made itself useful In assisting to locate several prosperous settlements in the South and West . The trend of the tide of emigration which converted the broad prairies of the great West into fruitful fields , is now turning southward . The South , in consequence , is passing through a rapid transformation , and , on account of its cheaper transportation facilities by rivers , gulf and sea , if not by rail , and the more varied and greater value of farm products , minerals and coal fields , splendid timber and genial climate , is destined to soon surpass the West . The basic idea of these settlements is cooperation , and the nearer they have lived up to that principle , the greater , has been their prosperity . In the first instance , the plan has been , to secure a suitable body of land in a comparatively new loca...

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Domestic Affairs [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

Domestic Affairs Edited by Mrs . Bertha Caswell Norton At the Family Board Dont bring worry to the table , Dont bring anger , hate or scowls ; Banish everything unpleasant , Talk and eat with smiling jowls , It will aid your own digestion , If you -wear a smiling face . It will jolly up the others , If you only set the pace . Knowing something funny , tell it ; Something sad , forget to knell lt ; Something hateful , quick dispel It At the-table . Cares domestic , business troubles , Ills of body , skull or brain , Unkind thoughts and nagging tempers , Speech that causes others pain , Public woes and grim disasters , Crimes and- wrongs and rights defeat Let them all go to the wind When you sit you down to eat . Knowing -something funny , tell It ; Something sad , forget to knell It ; Something hateful , quick dispel It At the table . Tou may breathe a pious blessing , Over viands rich and good , But a blessing with long faces Wont assimilate your food ; While a meal of bread and her...

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Domestic Uses of Milk [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

Domestic Uses of Milk INASMUCH as milk is one of the very , few perfect foods , containing , in the , right proportion , all the elements needed for complete nutrition , it is fitting it ¦ should have a place in Domestic Affairs of the Dairy Number . . I The following are among the numerous waysin which milk and its products may , be used : -. Scalded Milk . Scalded ; milk is a harmless stimulant as well as a- food . Sipped hot it is a restorer of strength in cases of severe exhaustion , arid leayes no after ill effects . Garelshould bemused not to burn in scalding it . A A tin pailset in a kettle of water is a good substitute for a double boiler . Milk Soup . Use one quart of new milk , one saltspoon of salt , one saltspoon of powdered cinnamon , one teaspoon of granulated sugar ; scald all together for an . hour in a pitcher set in a kettle of water ; , then add the wellbeaten yolks of two eggs . Good for delicate persons and children . Milk Porridge . Boil twenty-four raisins ; c...

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— : . « • » ¦ Our Stamped Linens [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

— : . « • » ¦ Our Stamped Linens The design offered this week is No . 0703 , thistle centerpiece , eighteen-inch , price 20 cents . Silks for working , 35 . cents extra , making 5 o cents for both stamped linen and silk for working . Order by name and number of design , state whether you wish to ; work it all in white , of only border white , with , leaves and thistles ln . natural colors . These designs ar « stamped on a goodquality of linen and are giving excellent satisfaction , as evidenced by the number of orders received daily . When ording be sure to write your . name and address plainly , inclose necessary amount of money to cover your order , and send to Pattern Department , National Rural , Chicago ,. 111 .

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Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

THE 1 MODERM POLISH STOVE gjS | . N AMEU W * PASTE , CAKE OR . LIQUID * A Brilliant Polish without Labor Dust or Odor J . L . PRESCOTT fll CO ., NEW VORK r ~ w * . i . _ J SEND . NO MONEY SffliSWJlShsa L ^ , ^* ,- w * w *^* *^^ iw ^^ B ^ fca ¦ tn „„ . „ . nrt „ aniii « . nrt WT-t * rmA J » tri ran you OUR HIGH-GRADE BURDICK SEWINU MACHINE bj-freight ___ . HMBSS MGH ) V I % L C O . D ., sobject to examination . You can examine it at your near . { t ££ Hhh ( n aBr tcnSmif I . 1 est freight depot and if found perfectly satisfactory , exactly as fiylEialjS ! j * ff iKs ¥ V I ft M represented , equal to machines others sell as high as $ 50 . 00 , JfttejEgMB nf MrSII I M . ^ mr and THE GREATEST BARGAIN YOU EVER HEARD OP , pay - M —* ~ ^—« P * ll . mi . MH _ . yourfreightngentour Special Offer Price $ 15 . 50 | j « i « . ~~ - T Bir and freight charges . Tho machine weighs 120 y MM frai ll ^^ s spaMiwaEiflfl ^ r 5 ^ % \ Wr . pounds and tho freight will average 75 cents for each 500 il Q ill...

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Scientific Home Lessons in Paint -ing and Drawing [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899

Scientific Home Lessons in Painting and Drawing ( Copyright , 1898 , by - Meribab B . • Williams Walker . All rights reserved . ) Lesson IV . —A Nature Study . THE LAWS OF PEKSfPECTIVE BASED ON OPTIOAI / ILLUSIONS . P ERSPECTIVE is tlie art of representing , on a plane surface , the relative position , and the appearance of objects ,, as seen to nature . Perspective is of two kinds , Linear and Aerial perspective . Linear perspective pertains to lines , outlines or forms ; and to the location of objects in drawing . Aerial perspective pertains to the play of light and shade , to color , and to atmospheric effects . LINEAR PERSPECTIVE . That the instructions and rules given may be perfectly understood , the terms plane , ground-plane , perspective-plane , ho-rizon-plane , point of sight , center of vision , vanishing-line , and vanishing-point are carefully defined and illustrated .- ( 1 ) A plane is a surface without elevations or depressions . Planes may be real or imaginary . The ...

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