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Excursion to the Carolinas [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899
Excursion to the Carolinas The excursion for Chadboura and Homewood on the 17 th of this month promises to be a large one . The train leaves Chicago at 1 o clock , over the Big Four route , from the Illinois Central depot , 12 th street and Lake Front , leaving Cincinnati at 9 : 10 o clock the same evening over the Chesapeake &amp; Ohio Railroad , reaching Richmond the next day in the afternoon , and leaving that point at 7 : 30 in the evening . Parties from the east will connect with the excursion at Richmond , or , where it is more convenient , at Cincinnati , or at other points en route . The rate will be one fare plus $ 2 . 00 for the round trip . We shall be pleased to hear from all who are going . Both these settlements are still growing rapidly and only the most favorable reports come from them . A new railroad is being built from . Conway , to the beach , which will give the settlers ready access to the Atlantic and open up a fine lot of country . - • ¦ . . : ¦
Oklahoma Fruits [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899
Oklahoma Fruits NOTES BY THE WAT—ill . O RCHARDS . —I was not in the best fruit section and s 6 v I ; will not say that therearereally no firstclass apple orchards , for I have no doubt there are , but I did not see any .,. I saw some - Missouri , pippins : and . ; Arkansas black that were quite fair and had borne well and doubtless 1 there aire a few other varieties • that have done well . But it is a fact that the first five ; to ten years has shown that our climate and soil are . not specially adapted to apple trees 1 growth . But because of the extra , care necessary , which few will give , and the limited area well adapted , local demand will always be good and so fair chance of profit . * * * P EACHES succeed everywhere , though . extra work ¦ is required in some places . Almost any variety , seedling or budded , ripening before Sept . 1 or after Oct . 15 can be recommended . -I have seen growths of last fall set buds ranging from six to ten feet . v . . Plums are profitable *...
A CALENDAK THAT STAYS . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899
A CALENDAK THAT STAYS . The calendar crop is never short , as the post office people will testify . We always get our share , and begin the new year with a great assortment , but the one we select . for keeps is that of N . W . Ayer &amp; Son , the keeping everlastingly at it advertising men ; of- Philadelphia , This one spends the whole year in our company . It Is a piece of fine printing , but its . good looks do not constitute Its sole charm . It is clear and plain . Utility has been , put first . He who seeks the date can find ; he . who writes may . read : The matter on it interests more people every year , but the edition Is limited . While they last a copy can be obtained postpaid by sending 25 cents to the publishers .
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899
&lt;_ 17 k- ¥ *™ DNO Money WM . I // M *^** Until Goods Arrive ! Disc // air I Harrows , Lever Harrows , // « , Z J _~ U-foot Seeders , Cultivators i——JL « . - _^*___ i _ Wagons . Write for delivery ^^^^ e ^^^^^^ iBv price and Catalogue . SUSP EMPIRE MFG . CO . t ^^ Sjw ^ PPfj ^^^^ so River Street , ^® M _^__ ~_ £ _ . STERLING ,- ILL . juiuaniniiinrfc . Hi . ii ! it iirtnrnri 4 u h Ji lit f- w ; ¦«• ¦¦ im * Sxnr * i ** i * riffrri * wr : ¦ irm u M \ -M XflprnnanrnJ Nearly Ten Years Iowa farmers have used Pase fence . On the -30 th , nit . wo shipped a solid train loud—thirty-live full cars—to these sumo farmers . l-AUK WOVEN WIKEFENCE CO ., ADMAN , 31 ICII . iPOTATOESf _ ff l J , 1 . 11 1 ** . . 4 8 C . C 3 *« TAT « ( rrowcra In Amcrl .-ii . $ &gt; d I lieKuriil Now- \ oi-kcr circa Siilzor aEurlicat _ J a tlvlil ollHlbiiK . iH-rmn :-rlpuln 2 S &lt; IIIVH : Set- C 3 Cululoiciu . top prkta . Our grunt , Sciiil Hook . IOC miiirm Scud SumpI * . worth * IO ( otst ...
Domestic Affairs [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899
Domestic Affairs Editedby Mrs . Bertha Caswell Norton . A Wayside Song Dear heart , I love you : All tlie day I wonder If skies be bright and blue ,- Orb ending black wltto tempest and with thunder , Dear heart , dcav heart , o er you ! Dear -heart , I love you : In the sad dark dreaming , I wonder if the light Of God s great stars Is o er your pathway stream-,-ln B , Though God gives-me the Nlg _ t ! Dear heart , I love you : If life hadone blossom—One lovely flower divine , Id lay it , trembling , on thy tender bosom , And wear the thorns In mlnel —Atlanta Constitution . ¦
m » Hints for the Housemother and Eldest Daughter [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899
m » Hints for the Housemother and Eldest Daughter By Clara Sensibaugh . Everts . E VERY woman looks better with a bit of white about her throat , whether it be the fashion or not , but lately that worthy dame sanctions it . The busy housemother and elder daughter often think themselves too busy to- give any attention to these things for home-wear ; but never should we allow ourselves to ever become to busy to make ourselves attractive to the home folks—those our hearts hold dearest . A yardand a quarter of India linen or fine white lawn costing fifteen or twenty eentB a yard will make four or six broad ties . The sides should have a very narrow hem , either hand or machine made , and the ends may be finished with an inch wide hem—hemstitched if one has time ; if not machine stitched . With care one of these might be worn for a week without washing , and may be put on when one dresses in the morning without taking a minute s extra time . Narrow lace ,- costing but a few cents a yard ...
Sleep for the Babies [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899
Sleep for the Babies Want of rest and sleepleads to . insanity in the adult , who requires only seven or eight : hours of : the ^ twenty-four for recuperation , while the infant needs at least from sixteen to twenty hours of sleep . If healthy and free from pain , clean , dry and comfortable , and let alone , the child will always take thiR needed rest ; but if it is cramped with colic , pricked with pints , irritated with rough flannels next its sensitive skin ,, or allowed to lie in wet and soiled-napkins till it is chafed and sore , it can hot rest itself , nor let other s rest . —Kate Lindsay , M . D ., in Good Health . - - -
Scientific Home Lessons in Paint -ing . and Drawing [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899
Scientific Home Lessons in Painting . and Drawing ( Copyrighted . 1898 , by Merlbah E . Williams Walker . All rights reserved . ) LESSON VI . —AERIAL PERSPECTIVE . IN the study of nature , Lesson 1 „ Rule IV ., it was discovered that objects appear smaller as they recede from the eye , and also that they become more and more obscure . • YOU WILL , WILL YOU ? The apparent change in size belongs to ,, and has been explained 3 n r Linear Perspective , : The increasing obscurity is due to a . great , extent to the atmosphere through which one looks to see the objects . The increasing obscurity is therefore a question , of aerial perspective . Thi 3 may be noticed ,, particularly when mists or fogs burden the atmosphere . On the other hand mountain travelers assert that on the high levelswhere the atmosphere is not so dense as inthe valleys objects may be distinctly seen , at a very great distance . Hence , Rule XIII . In nature the atmosphere obscures receding objects in direct proporti...
Our Stamped Linens [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899
Our Stamped Linens THE accompanying illustration shows 18-inch centerpiece No . 0708 , a chrysanthemum design . This would be lovely worisea in yellow , but would be daintier all in white . Price of this centerpiece in good quality of linen , with design stamped on , 25 cents ; silk for working . 30 cents extra or 55 cents for both stamped linen and . silks for working . - , . Order , • by :. name and number of design , state whether- you-swish , to work it all in white , or only border white , with leaves and thistles in natural colors . These designs - are stamped on a good quality of linen and are giving excellent satisfaction , as evidenced by the number of orders received daily . ¦ . When ordering be sure to write your name and . address plainly , inclose neces-sary-amount of money to cover your order , and send to Pattern Dppartuient , iVTfional Rural , Chicago , 111 . __ _ __ i ¦¦_ - . .. .- .
The Chinese Sacred Lilv [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899
The Chinese Sacred Lilv Do not keep last year s bulbs of the Chinese lily for the purpose of raising them again- this year . One who has had excellent success in growing this beautiful lily , says she plants it in a glass berry dish with , pretty pebbles that- she collects on the beach at the seashore , and with the pebbles she puts a few small pieces of charcoal . Before muting thp bulb in the wnfpr . sli &lt;» cuts it all around from crown to base , but does not make a very deep incision . Then she changes the water every day ,, pouring it over the plants until all the stale water has run out of the dish , and using tepid water . - - . ; - - -
A Club for Every-Da . y Women [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899
A Club for Every-Da . y Women T HE woman s club has become so &gt; closely connected with-the-spirit of our times , that the woman who i » debarred from its privileges feels that she is left far behind her sisters in the cities who can identify themselves with as many clubs as they like . These isolated women , will , therefore , be glad to know that a woman s club has been organized for their special , benefit , by a woman whose -earlier years were spent on a farm , and who * knows by actual experience how much the farmer s wife heeds an interest outside thedaily routine of . farm life . The hew club is called The Progressive ^ Women of America . It is composed of circles formed wherever seven women will join together for that purpose , and provision is made in the by-laws , under the cap ^ tion Non-resident Members , for the women who have no neighbors . Effie W . Merriman , of ^ Minneapolis , Minnesota , is responsible for this club , and has been elected , club director ...
Helpful Expedient [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899
Helpful Expedient By Mary B . Fowler . WE busy housekeepers all appreciate expedients . Those delightful little : devices that come to the rescue when we are so hurried or worried we hardly know which way to turn . Sometimes , they bring unexpected developments as did one of mine not long ago . I could not get my boys new pants finished for the first day of school sol hurriedly patched an oldpair and told him to wear those a few days . It was his first term and among the many things he told me about school-life wasthis : Mamma , when . I was up to the blackboard Pete whispered , Say ! the patches on your pants spell D-0 do . I whispered back Yes , mamma made em that way to cover up the holes , and Pete says , You re a brick fer a . little kid . Another was a decided success . I cooked a squash ( and I always cook squash just fuj . 1 do potatoes ) , but this one proved watery , instead of dry and mealy , because it was not ripe . The whole family had been coaxing for pumpkin pies , a...
.. ' , . January [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899
.. , . January By Lizzie A . Burnlght . January , frost-erowned king ! . Tell us of the gifts you bring . Is it gladness ? Is It sadness ? Is it pleasure ? Is It pain ? Shall we meet you—gladly-greet youthen- you come to us again . Silent , art thou ? None are told What thy coming days may hold . All our worry cannot hurry ¦ • What our Father hath in store . But we know it ; time will show It , Love Divine goes on before . ¦ • - ¦ - ¦
averts I" Effective Cough Remedies [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899
averts I Effective Cough Remedies jjy oiara s . . A MOST excellent cough medicine is made by putting a heaping tablespoonful of flaxseed in a pint and a half of cold water . Heat slowly and boil for fifteen minutes . Strain ; . add the juice of one . large or two . small , lemons and sweeten to taste . A tablespoonful every hour- or so will soon relieve even a severe cough . If the lungs . are sore and the breathing difficult , it is well to apply the following ointment : , Into a tablespoonful of fresh , soft lard work a teaspoonful of turpentine . Spread on a cloth , sprinkle it with salt and- apply directly to the lungs , covering with another cloth to protect the Clothing . This acts as quickly , and is fully 1 as . effective as any ; of the highpriced ointments sold in the drug store for such purposes . - ; Another good ointment : Soften a quantity of fresh lard and add an equal amount of spirits of camphor . Stir . constantly , cooling the lard quickly so that as it hardens th...
Nut-Shortened Sticks [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899
Nut-Shortened Sticks A PERFECTLY sound , healthy stomach will digest almost anything that a man is willing to eat . If abused by ha vine heapedupon it indigestible stuff , t will enter its protest after awhile ; sometimes this protest does not come till the second generation . We are suffering for the carelessness . in this respect of our parents . It has iong been known . by persons who have made a : study of the laws of hygiene that the pies . shortened with lard are hard to digest . Weak stomachs rebel against them . In fact , it ia generally believed that dyspepsia , in many cases , is traceable to this old practice of using lard for shortening . . Among many other wholesome inventions of the Battle Creek Sanitarium Health Food Company is one by which nuts are used-for shortening . The nuta themselves-are-grated and . mixed with the dough ; : and . seem to-answer the usual purpose ; of shortening ; _ . at the same time , the product When it ; comes from the oven is • more-palata...
Hot Tamales [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899
Hot Tamales IN answer to an inquiry of a subscriber , we give a recipe for hot tamales which we find inalate number of Ladies Home journal : ¦ • : ; - - . ¦/ . ¦ :. ¦ • - ;¦• ••; ,-, ; :, ;&gt; - Tomake &lt; hot tamales , scald a . quart of good Southern white cornmeal .,,: Do not make it soft , but moist . Have ready your corn husks and several husks torn into narrow strips like ribbons . Have cooked thoroughly and chopped fine a chicken ; add to it a Spanish pepper , chopped fine , and a palatable seasoning of salt . Take the cornmeal in your hand , sort of pat it down , put Into the corn ; husk sufficient to make a roll six inches long down the centre . Put in a couple of tablespoonf uls of chopped chicken ; then roll the husks and the cornmeal over , making a complete roll with the chicken inside . Fold the ends of the corn husks over ; tie them with the narrow strips which you have prepared . Put the bones taken from the chicken in the bottom of a kettle ; add a...