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cSBKfllii ^ ^^^ w ^^^^ K ^ B BsihF i ) ^^ Um ^^^^ w ^^ w !^^ l O v PSlllIttM r SrViilfA fcALDY / UL-MtLV / [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
cSBKfllii ^ ^^^ w ^^^^ K ^ B BsihF \ i ) ^^ Um ^^^^ w ^^ w !^^ l O v PSlllIttM \ r \ SrViilfA fcALDY / UL-MtLV / &lt; is &gt; - ~ SSr wg * % - _^ r IT was the morning before Christmas that , on answering the door-bell , I saw standing on the step a small , • habbily-dressed woman , with a shoct of faded yellow hair , showing about a face at &lt; mse pinched and careworn and yet full at cheer and beauty . Her bright blue eyes smiled expectantly up . into my face as she asked in a bird-like voice : o Any chairs need re-seating , maamr J . • do em fast and reasonable . . • I opened my lips to say , None this morning , or , at least , I have not time to attend to it , when she added : It s a busy time , I know , but I wont trouble you a mite , nor make much muss . I had two chairs set up in the garret because of broken bottoms , but I was to have a . large dinner party on the morrow and time was precious ; still I should really need those chairs . Well , I said a...
Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
aoaiJOTinMiiw . » Biniwi : i uPi UIT M I UI I JIW fntiSii &gt; i n ¦ srR ^ fflWBminiiTi ^ TOiwmiiilwTi TWWJJF ua . w 1 i * I ALPHONSO AND DON CARLOS seem to be bad friends . We ve heard there s a dispute over line fences . That always makes rows . Fix the line , -well fix the fence . PAGE WOVEN WIRBFENCK CO ., APKIAS , MICH . Hi ^ M———— —— M * Mm ( 3 CONSISTENCYS A JEWEL . But some folks dislike that kind of jewelry One catalogue says : Rigidity secured in any wirefence is a sacrifice to utility ; yet its publishers Continue to make and advertise a stiff stay fence . Why ? CHAIN STAY FENCE CO ., 10 Miller St ., Sterling , 111 il YOl / CAHSlflU ) S 0 UfCHESmaHr . ^ fi | i 00 RQDWWQYEN Ml flWljm BEV ° re FffiLKOKOKO-FSKQe MACMlMe e ° JJ ^ Sfl FENCE YOUR FARM Wilh » Good Fonco Cheaply . SJSWESSSSMMS ^ THE ADVANCE WOVEN WIRE FENCE which is sold direct to the farmer , freIghtpatd , * webelievo to bo the best fence made for the money . Our plan of eellinff saves the farmers the de...
Rupture Book Free . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
Rupture Book Free . Home Method That Restores No Matter How Bad the Case Welcome Advice from a Well Known New York Specialist . A prominent specialist in the cure of rupture has written a book on the subject , and tells how any sufferer can cure himself at home at slight expense . And the test of it Is that he has published this book for frecdlstrlbution . Printing is , nowadays , such a MB . P . L . WILLEY . rapid art that it doesnt cost a great deal to get out a neat book and give lt away . The book is written by Dr . W . S . Rice , 357 West Main street , Adams , N . Y ., and by merely sending your name and address he will mall you a copy free of all cost . The portrait above is that of Mr . F .-L . Willey , Shelton , Wash ., who was cured of rupture by Dr . Rice . Mr . Willey says : — I sent to Dr . Rice for one of his books on rupture , and found it very valuable . The Information therein was the first real knowledge I had ever- received that could convince me that rupture was a...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
Waterloo Electric Cure . A sanitarium for the treatment of chronic diseases . The best equipped Institution for electrical treatment In the west . Static , Galvanic , Faradtc and Sinusoidal electricity administered to any diseased organ . Skilled gentleman and lady assistants . Large experience in the treatment of chronic dlseasei by electricity . Electricity especially beneficial in nervous diseases , diseases of women , diabetei , Brlgbt s disease , disorders of stomach , bowels , liver , kidney and spleen .. Catarrh of nose and throat , etc . / For full particulars address , WATERuOO ELECTRIC CURE , 210-212 West Fourth St ., Waterloo , Iowa . ILLINOIS COLLEUb Otr OSTEOPATHY SURGERY AND ilEDICINE . , ( iNCOBrOBATED . J Read what one of America s great authors has to say after hating ; taken a course of Osteopathy at onr College : I believe Osteopathy is one of the most wonderful discoveries of any age . It makes a man step forth new . A school ought to ba established ln every heal...
Page 27 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
ARCHBISHOP FEEHANS Paper ( New World ) indorsed ? 1 , 000 , 000 Rheumatic Cure ( Schrages ) In a recent Issue . J . V . Clark , president of the Hibernian Bank , also praises It . It must be good or so many people wouldnt praise It . Sold by the trade KPiierallv or sent to all parts or tne world on receipt of pi ice , 81 . 50 a bottle . Circulars and testimonials mailed FRANKSCHRAGE , Druggist and Chemist , 977 North Clark St ., Chicago ¦¦ ¦¦ ^ HE k \ ffNESS &amp; HEAD NOISES CLkEl IIP jUI p * My Tubular Cushions help wbu m &amp; mam a « ¦ all else-falls . As classes help ey « E Whispers heard . No pain Invisible . F . Bisons . 86 t Bdway . N . Y ., solo depot . Send for book and proofs Fret
Page 27 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
K &amp; S . TOOTH = FILLER Fills your teeth six months for only 3 S eta . ( Stamps accepted . ) Maitd and sold , prepaid , by GEO . K . BAKER . Druggist , Dept . N K .. 6 S Clark St , Chicago . A UNITED STATES WALL MAP Z BBSS salt . A copy of our handsome map , } A ^ A __} ^ A m ~ 48 x 84 inches , printed in colors 4 • m ^ _^ ^ i [ p and mounted on a roller , will a . J I Mm Mm HB beeenttoanyaddressonreoeipt f 1 of 15 cents in postage to pay for paokitig and tranfr . I I portotion . P . S . EtJSTIS , General Passenger Apcnt , I } O . B . &lt; fc Q . B . E ., Chicago , 111 . f ON 30 DAYS TRIAL . ,-= 3 s 3 ilX 3 « Sss ^ THIS NEW J ^^ SELaSTIC TRUSS TlHSHSsliiSJp ^ Has a Pad different from all gP ^ WstoTliSy *^ others , is cup shape * with selfWv Jtf adjusting Ball in center , adapts itself . ^^ . jBy to all positions of the body . while the ^^ fcs ^ tf ^^ ball iu the cup presses back the intestines , . iust as H person does tvith the finger . Witli light pressure the H...
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW MOVEMENT AND SUPPLY OF GRAIN Chicago , Jan . 3 , 1899 . Estimated receipts to-morrow Include 210 cars of wheat , 1 , 075 of corn , 375 of oats and 40 , 000 hogs . Corn clearances reported from the seaboard today amounted to 1 , 067 , 000 bu . Stocks of wheat at Liverpool Increased 75 , 000 bu last week and 600 , 000 bu during December . The English visible supply of wheat increased 12 , 000 bu last week—that is , the imports and farmers deliveries were that much in excess of the estimated weekly consumption . Northwest receipts were postedat 985 carsthree days at Minneapolis and one day at Duluth . Clearances reorted from the seaboard to-day , Included 1 , 074 , 000 bu of wheat and 67 , 500 brls of flour—equal to 1 , 378 , 000 bu of wheat . The world s shipments of corn last week were 5 , 440 , 000 bu ,. against 0 , 380 , 000 bu the week before and 5 , 333 , 000 but the same week last year . Primary receipts of wheat since last reported were 1 , 350 , 000 bu and...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
INDEX TABLE OF PRICES POR THE WEEK ENDING DECEMBER 31 , 1 S 9 S Food Products , Etc Monday . Tuesday . Wedn ay . Thursd y Friday . Saturday Average . Wheat , No . 2 red , per bushel • 68 . 675 . 6678- M % M % . 67 U Corn , No . 2 , per bushel 3776 . 37 % . W , i . 3725 . 8725 . 3725 Oats , No . 2 , per bushel 1 » % . 28 VJ . 28 VS . 2825 . 2825 . 2817 Bye , No . 2 , per bushel . 615 645 . 5425 . 645 . 65 . 6465 Barley , average , per bushel 4333 4833 . 4826 . 4325 . 4326 . 4328 Hay , choice timothy 8 . 25 8 . 26 8 . 25 8 . 25 8 . 25 8 . 25 Potatoes average , per bushel 315 . 8225 . 318 . 818 . 3226 . 3192 Butter , average creamery .:.... 1683 . 1683 . 1768 . 1758 . 1758 . 1728 Eggs 2276 . 23 . 25 . 25 . 255 . 2425 Seeds , timothy , per 100 lbs 2 . 10 2 . 10 2 . 06 2 . 05 2 . 055 2 . 07 a Flax-seed , per 100 lbs .. 1 . 1663 1 . 1876 1 . 165 1 . 1075 1 . 18 1 . 1702 Navy Beans , per bushel 1 . 07 1 . 07 1 . 07 1 . 07 1 . 07 1 . 07 Onions . per bushel .. 30 . 30 . . 325 . 325 . 325 . 3...
Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
07 / 11 : BUYS A REGULAR SIS , ^ = R . pli 40 FEED CUTTER . ^ llfX SEND US SLOP ^ s ^^ ^_ M lSm \ jou Ihls Fee * Cot- *^^ EI ^^^^ j ^ g ^^^ Mf ^ Jlj nmln a tlon . • You can III • K ^ SPNll ISiiX . Jf examine olt at yanr JlMSBWSal l ^^ w ^^^ freight depot , and if VI— ill VVvsW * found perfectly ( VI li : , iVHiSf satisfactory and tho | fl « ft ^^^ ( T &amp; li-S * greatest value y ojlE ^^ a ^ K ^^ 3 ^| VT 7 11 ever saw or heard or ?/ ** | p : - : 5 ^ g * i ^ ^ | ||^ $ ^ £ * ll pay the freight agent / /¦ ^ sjS ^^ ssslliI ^ ^ TW thehalnnce , $ 6 . 45 /|| . ^^^ ^^ 3 | HI and freight charges . u =-oB £ si ll v \ This is the Celebrated Salem Culler I I aj . ^ i for cutting hay , straw or fodder ; I 1 frame heavy solid seasoned hardwood , UB .- «» well llnished . lljf inch genuine Enger silver steel knife , made with improved adjustments to cut X .. 1 , lis or &amp; inches , malleable hopper , extra heavy balance wheel , perfect adjustment , lightest running , largest capa...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
I A Honey Saving System . | We believe every careful buyer appreciates the fact that the LT manufacturer conducting his business on a strictly cash and direct 8 k to the consumer basis , gives the greatest value , for the dollar . Fr Companies doing business this way are enabled to figure the selling r ? price much lower than concerns doing business on the credit plan . &amp; Receiving cash for every sale , they contract no bad debts , and are $ not obliged to overcharge one customer to make up the losses on $ others . il The manufacturer who sells for cash usually buys for cash , and jU to pay cash for material is to under buy competitors who pay by &amp; note or buy on long time contracts . To sell for cash is to under jv sell competitors who sell on time or the installment plan . r ? The fact that within recent years a number of manufacturing &amp; W institutions . in various lines of business have changed from the &amp; ijjk credit system to the d...
Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
We Retail at Wholesale Prices Largest Manufacturers of Vehicles &amp; Harness sheds . No . 606—LIGHT END SPRING SURREY No . 606 Canopy Top Surrey is equal in every respect to similar styles sold at re tail for $ 90 . It is complete with curtains , lamps , sunshade and apron . Our price , C . 0 . D . with pole or shafts , $ 60 . 00 Our price , cash with order , - $ 58 . 20 Open and Top Road ELKHART , INDIANA Elkhart Carriage and Harness CATALOGUE . No . 204—EXTENSION TOP THREE SPRING CARRIAGE No . 204 is the same as sold by agents and dealers for about $ 85 . Our price , C . 0 . D . with pole or shafts , $ 58 . 00 Our price , cash with order , - - - $ 56 . 25 : E 2 &amp;? J * A : BXJIJS : EI : E ! : D 1873 . I . J X ^ \ \ \ ^ 1 ? j * j ? I W $ X . j 5 jaj - a . &amp; -M $£ Jl ¦ j « j 1 ? £ - » ^^ SmmW ^^ LW ^ m ^ ^ , W f ? . j *! » ¦ ; y . &amp; $ R | fc t ? . : # I Mfg . Co ., | I • « ¦ . X
Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 5 January 1899
WE TAKE THE RISK No . 720 No . yao—STANHOPE PHAETON . ~~ . ~~ $ 36 . 00 to $ 70 . 00 Stanhope is the same style and equal in workmanship and material to $ 60 . 00 $ 58 . 20 what others are selling for $ 85 to $ 95 . Our Price , C . O . D . with shafts Our Price , Cash with Order , # ELKHART , INDIANA Garbage apd Jlai ^ ess Our Price for No . 193 C O . D . with shafts , $ 40 . 00 Our Price , cash with order , - - $ 38 . 80 No 193—PIANO BODY BUGGY . We receive hundreds of letters every season from our customers who buy our $ 40 buggies , claiming for them that they are the same as sold at retail by their dealer for $ 65 to $ 75 . . I . W aK &amp; &amp; IS V ¥ ? , - - - $ &amp; - - &amp; 1 |? ~ j £ F ¦ pf $£ n , -ft W M &amp; . &amp; J 5 . $ 1 Elkhart ^ J | .