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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

A /| BRABAZONS POULTRY CATALOGUE wrAJk FRFF Itsabeauty ; oTcrGOeoIoredpIatet , IUUA - w * g £ | 3 rHECw trates and describes fine Turkeys , Geese , MgBy Ducks andchickensjgiveaprlccsof fowlaieggs . Finest J *^ ¥ ^ Buyer s Guide published . Inclose 10 c . for postage , etc . « 9 l 8 lPJ . R . Brabazon , Jr . & Co .. Box 54 . Delavao , Wis . ji . i ^ ^ j ^ ^ ItCiitsAIl Around the Horn 1 s Dehor ^^^^ ^^^^ 2 S CI i p ^^^^^^^^^ B ! t ^ ^^^^ LEAVITT MFG . CO ., O e ^ G St :, Hammond , 111 ., U . S . A ItigSSH HATCH CHICKENS I IBSggJBBllBii BY STEAM-wltb tho F ___ n !_ 31 * Mi ^ i | Kg * H simple , perfect , self . rcgulating pByJSifT EXCELSIOR INCUBATOR j _ . ^ Lj I Thousands in successful operation . . I Olronlars free . 1 a Lowest priced lst > ola _ a hatcher made . , 1 BcndCc . for U GEO . II . ST All L , s |» Illus . Catalog , fl 114 to 1 aa S . < 1 th St .. Qulncy , III . $ 5 . HAUSSMANH DEHORNER $ 5 . r SIMPLEST . MOST POWERFUL . EASIEST OPERATED . ...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

u ^ T- — i * EB & IMPROVED REiJ VICTOR Incubator ITUgWgt Hatohti Ohlektsi by St « un . Absolutely ^ MPI ^ HO Mlf-rcffnlattns . Th * ilmpleet , most G ** 1 * F JW r * li » W « .. M 4 flhMMrt fiwt-olMt Hatcher loguo ¦ V Intoimarket . Circular * FIIEE . *«;* • 7 GEO . BRTEL CO ., QUINCY + ILL . f ^^& lR A . IIRIIY INCUBATORS [ piHSsgsS ^! llll U * U IIU I Get our 148-page w ^ KjP ^^ W . ^ H ^ iu < . e » M II 1 Incubator nnd Broodii f ^ sm Hj Fal | er catalogue . fully illustrated . Con- » H 1 ___ Trl v tains useful hints on poultry raisfL ^ T ^— I— / ) in £ ant * important information F ^ -L _~/ { A * Ilot in others . Mailed for 0 cents t ^ -Trr—— -a-. W *^ stamps . Worth a dollar . UES MOINES INCUBATOR CO ., Box 146 , Des Moines , Iowa . ¦ fyStoQuiet , Orderly , GentleandISafe ! Ml IL animal is the ono that has been dehorned . Hn I It means nnlmnl comfort and that means lnf-1 nntninl protlt . This knife cuts clean , no RSR-1 crushlni ; or bruisinjr ....

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Flavors of Honey—Willow-Herb . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

Flavors of Honey—Willow-Herb . POR the following discussion , taken from the minutes of the meeting of the United States Bee-Keepers Union , held at Omaha . Nebraska . Sept . 13-15 , 1898 , -we are indebted to * the American Bee Journal : Mrs ; H . G . Acklin—We were talking about the different flavors of honey this morning , and T was going to speak of the willowherb . I think it is as mild a flavored honey as you can find ; Wii-. low-herb honey is almost water-white , and I do not thinkthere : is any time in the year when it is gathered that it is strong . It really is a . fall plant . It does not commence blossoming until af : ter the first of July . The honey-flow from it is very great—almostas much as basswood . Mr . Stilson—This morning , when we were discussing the different flavors of honey , there was a request that I should get different samples of honey from the exhibit at the Exposition . I have brought 13 samples , which are numbered consecutively from 1 to 13 , and whe...

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November Work In the Poultry Yard .. [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

November Work In the Poultry Yard .. By Thos . F . Rigg . THE cold and changeable late fall weather is upon us , and the breeder who neglected his daily duties during the summer and fall now finds his work ahead of him . Because of this the young stock cannot be properly handled . Winter quarters are not in shape for the chicks . As a consequence growth will , in all probability be cheeked and the chicks go into the long , cold winter at a standstill . It is so easy to check growth in . the youug stock in the removal to winter quarters . As a result the pullets fail to begin laying early and this means no eggs until late in the winter or early in the spring . Eggs are not fertile . late and the early chicks are not forthcoming . * * tfc * * * IF you have not sorted and graded the season s production of stock , do it right now ; This is important , very important . Select the pullets intended for breeding stock and give them a pen and yard by themselves if possible . Do not place the...

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Treatment of Pregnant Mares . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

Treatment of Pregnant Mares . By Alex . Galbraith . THE treatment of our brood mares is a subject demanding much more consideration than the average farmer is willing to accord them . From -the time ^ hat the mares are known to be safely in foal they should nofjiinder any circumstances be subjected to any teasing or annoyance by stallion or gelding as this can only result in trouble and sometimes in the loss of the foal through abortion . Foods that are of a laxative and distinctly nutritive character should be used during the months of pregnancy and it should never be forgotten that something more than the ordinary amount of grain is required at that particular time , so that the mare s strength be not reduced while supporting the unborn foal . Corn being a fattening , heat pro ducing grain should scarcely be fed at all to brood mares , unless , perhaps , in very limited amount during the coldest weather and then only along with oats . The latter being by far the best ; one . grain...

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Suggestions for the Season . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

Suggestions for the Season . ... . By E . R . Towle . THE progressive dairymen should always be alive to whatever will tend to improvement in the herd and increased returns from the same . In preparing the herd for winter a- vcareful survey should be made with the view of weeding out any poor or under-profitable animals . Taken for granted / that the dairyman has been doing his best in selecting , breeding and caving for the herd , yet hardly ever a season passes when from some cause or other there will , not be more-or less of trouble or failure with cows , rendering it necessary that change should be made to keep it in the best working condition . Cows , however good , will grow old and must in time be replaced . Some will last longer than others , but after a certain age they are liable to fail suddenly—perhaps after being wintered through—and prove a total loss . Sometimes there will be trouble with the udder or teats—particularly where high feeding is practiced—and if a cow is ...

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Notice to Illinois Live Stock Breeders . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

Notice to Illinois Live Stock Breeders . YOU are cordially invited to attend the annual meeting of the Illinois Live Stock Breeders Association , including conventions of the Illinois Horse Breeders Association , the Illinois Cattle Breeders Association , the Illinois Sheep Breeders Association and the Illinois Swine Breeders Association , to be held in Springfield , Illinois , Nevember 15-16 , 1898 , in the State House . Valuable papers and addresses on subjects pertaining to live - stock husbandry and agriculture will be presented-in person by the best authorities in their respective departments in the United States . A splendid program is provided , a profitable meeting assured and a rare opportunity afforded to hear and meet the prominent men from other states who have given assurance that they would present their topics in person , such as Hon . Norman J . • Coleman . St . Louis , Mo ., on Horse Breeding ; Prof . John-Ay Craig , Ames . Iowa , on Sheep Husbandry and the Horse an...

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Blackleg in Cattle . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

Blackleg in Cattle . By Harold Sorby . Chicago , Oct . 27 , 1898 . Mr . Jas . W . Wilson , Manager The National Rural and Family Magazine , Chicago , 111 . D EAR SIR : I have your favor of the 26 th inst . in regard to black leg among cattle in the United States . I take pleas- , ure in replying to your questions as follows : To what extent does black leg exist in the United States , and ¦ what is the annual percentage of loss from that disease ? Black leg is almost exclusively confined to young cattle between the ages of 6 and 18 months . However , in certain sections of the country calves as young as one month old and cattle up . to two years of age are susceptible to black leg . The disease is ihet witli to a , greater or less extent in nearly every state west of the Mississippi , but it is also found , though in a much smaller degree , in some of the states east of the Mississippi . In those localities where the germs of the disease exist the annual losses run from 5 per cent in...

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DOMESTIC AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

DOMESTIC AFFAIRS EDITED BY flRS . BERTHA CASWELL NORTON . Funny Deacon Phinh . By Eugene 3 . Hall . ( See Illustration on First Page . ) I knew a comical old chap , with hollow cheeks and eyes , Who always bore upon his face a look of pleased surprise ; He wore a wig upon his head , and whiskers on his chin ; , The children called him , when he passed , Old Funny Deacon Phinn . Hi ? wore a pair of spectacles . vith frames of polished brass ; - He drove a bony sorrel nag that any one could pass ; He used to sit In his old gig , and jerk the lines and grin ; And everybody laughed that looked at Funny beacon Phinn . He hnd a funny yellow dog , with one eye that was blind , That had a tawny , stumpy tall that stuck straight out behind , To which the bad boys often tied old . pots and pans of tin ; And 0 , how mad . their meanness made Old Funny Deacon Phinn . They used to cling to his old gig when he drove down the street , And when he tried to beat them off theyd hide below the seat ; ...

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' y _ ' d ' -y Conundrum Corner [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

y _ d -y Conundrum Corner For the best lists of answers to the accompanying conundrums we willgive prizes as follows : First Prize—Choice of any stamped linen piece illustrated on these page s up to the time-of awarding the prize , with silk for working same , y ^ Second Prize—Complete stamping outfit , containing a large innmber ofdesigns for painting and embroidery . Third Prize—One yearly subscription to the National Rural , ¦ to any address in-tlie United States or Canada . : ¦ -To obtain . a . prize , at least thirteen conundrums must be correctly answered . Answers must be received not later than . November 24 . Address , Conundrum Corner , National Rural , Chicago , 111 . - ... , ¦ -1 , . Why is the letter . W like scandal ? 2 . Why is the letter D like a squalling child V 3 ., What-is the difference between an auction-and sea-sick-ness ? ¦ , . _ . 4 . YVhen is-a newspaper like a delicate child ? K 5 ., What part of a locomotive ought to have the most careful . attention ? \ ...

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Faith . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

Faith . By Allen Henry Smith . I did not say when I should come , And do not know when Ill go home ; Nor do I know what heaven may be ; Nor what the future has for me ; But this I know , dear Lord , of Thee , If I , through all that s good and III , But say : My God , I seek Thy will , For aye Thou Art my guide and stay , Thy life shall he my Hfe . alway

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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

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1428 Coming Events . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

1428 Coming Events . Among the good things which we have to offer onr readers in early numbers of the National Rural is a series of illustrations of homes of our poets , the first , of which appears this week . The series also includes ti picture of the old church from whose tower the lantern signaled Paul Revere . These are all half-toned from photographs and aro very line . The Little Major and Mnjorin series of illustrated Bible quotations will be continued , also the offer of two fine teachers Bibles for best solution and story iu connection therewith . Explanation of offer will accompany the pictures . This week there is a list of conundrums to puzzle your brains over . We will give as a prize your own selection of any of the stamped linen patterns for best list of five original conundrums received , before Nov . 30 . Address Conundrum Corner , National Rural , Chicago . In . pur . Young Folks department wc will soon , start a sort of manual training school conducted on the kin...

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Bits of Kitchen Knowledge . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

Bits of Kitchen Knowledge . If boiled or mashed potatoes must stand for a while before being served , fold at least four thicknesses of a clean , soft cloth , and lay directly on the potatoes to absorb all steam and prevent them from becoming heavy and soggy , closely cover the pot , and set where it will keep warm , hut not scorch : If it is set in a vessel of hot watcr-thore can bo no darger of burning . If left over baked potatoes are dipped in hot water , then put in the oven , they may be warmed up and ho almost , as good as when freshly baked . Cold baking powder or soda biscuit or cold light biscuit may be warmed up by dipping quickly into cold water , then utting in tlie baking pans in the oven , care being taken that they do riot become too brown on top . When the contents of any cooking utensil stick to it in cooking , if a pint or more of very hot water—boiling if possible—bo put in it , then quickly and closely covered- for a few minutes , the steam will cause the conten...

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Our Stamped Linens . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

Our Stamped Linens . Forget-Me-Not Center-Piece . No . 0716 , 18 inch , price 20 cents . Work these delicate small flowers in two shades of blue . Do not shade , but work each flower iri seerate color , lighter at top . That gives a general effect . Work the buds in pink—as these spray s are worked out and a third shade of blue is desirable ; at base of spray . Caro should be taken not to use too dark a shade . Work leaves in two shades to each leaf , making two or three different toned leaves . In the leaf nearest the top of spray , the lightest and next shade ; in the one following , the second shade at top and next darkest at base , and so on ; make stems medium shade . The center of the flower wants care , a knot of orange or even red , and one of pale yellow , made of single thread of filo and very tiny . The border is in this case white with a link of pale blue the center one on each of four sides . Selected silks for working , 45 cents extra , or 05 cents for both stamped lin...

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m m Padding : the Borders . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

m m Padding : the Borders . One who does beautiful work in embroidery and lace-making gives the following directions for padding the borders : Use outlining cotton ( white on white linen ) and run the scallops between the stamped lines of border with two or three threads of cotton ( acording to width of . border ) , always following the lines in such a way that when the silk is put on with buttonhole stitch ( the same as usual , but over the padding ) it will cover or cross the cotton threads at right angles ; otherwise the silk threads will sink down between the cotton threads and the effect be lost . I think tho result of working the edges of your doilies and center pieces in this way will more than compensate you for the little extra time it will take .

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W " V Dog With False Teeth . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

W V Dog With False Teeth . This canine curiosity is , J appropriately enough , the property of a dentist in tho West end of Loudon—Edward Moseley , of Regent street , says the Young Man . Myn Dnivel , as Mr . Moseley has named his pet , is of the Schipperke breed , and of Belgian nationality , the dentist discovered him a year ago whil £ holidaying in the Belgian capital . He had many good points , which counterbalanced , tp some extent ; his misfortune in being almost toothless . But this misfovuue was accentuated in the kennels , where Myn Duivel was very unpopular among the other dogs , being attacked without the least chance u £ defending himself . His food had to DO minced before he . could touch it , and it ; was a pitiable thing to see Myn Duivel—a most entertaining pet—humbly submit to being worried by his . brute companions . So the idea occurred to Mr . Moseley . to provide the dog with a substitute for his lost masticators ,-and after ten days of what . Mr . Moseley descr...

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

prevent pneumonia Prevention is always tetter than cure , even when cure is possible . But so many times pneumonia is not cured that prevention becomes the natural act of that instinct of selfpreservation which is the first law of nature . Pneumonia can be prevented and is often cured hy the use of Ayer s Cherry Pectoral . Some years ago I had a severe cold and ¦ was threatened with pneumonia . I could neither eat nor sleep , and was in a wretched condition . I procured a bottle of . Ayer s Cherry Pectoral and took . it according to the directions , and at the end of fifteen dayaw aa as well and sound as before the attack . I have-recommended it in many cases of pneumonia since , and have never known it to fail in effecting a cure . JOHN , HENRY , St . Joseph , La . I was attacked with a cold- that settled , on my lungs , and defied the skill of my physicians so that they considered me incurable . At last I began to use Ayer s Cherry Pectoral and was entirely cured after having take...

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