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Pansy Vase Doily [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

Pansy Vase Doily For the mat use plain white crochet cotton , No . 30 . Six chain join . 1 st row—Twenty , double , crochet in ring , join .,-.. . , 2 d row—One single crochet in back of each . double crochet . ] . .,. • ... -. . 3 d row—One double crochet In top of each single crochet , and so on , each alternate row being single crochet , and the other double crochet , widening as the mat grows until it is large enough . to hold a small vase . . For pansies use yellow and white , and purple ( dark ) and white crochet cotton , No . 30 . Six chain join . 1 st row—Fifteen double crochet with one chain between- each cluster of three double crochet . 2 d row—One single crochet , two double crochet ,, one single crochet in . each chain . Repeat twice , then one double crochet , eight triple crochet , with one chain between in each psace of one chain left . 3 d—From finish the edge by making four chain catch in one chain , four chain catch in one chain , and so on until the outer rim of ...

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

Ijiiccp n CjHiflMng of nothing better to tear the lining of your throat and lungs . It is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and pneumonia . Only keep it up long enough and you will succeed in reducing your weight , losing your appetite , bringing on a slow fever and making everything exactly right for the germs of consumption . Stop coughing and you will get well . AjjerY i Cherry IPectoral 1 cures coughs of every kind . An ordinary cough disappears in a single night . • The racking coughs of bronchitis are soon completely mastered . And , if not too far along , the coughs of consumption are completely cured . Ask your druggist for one of Dr . Ayer s Cherry Pectoral . Plaster . It will aid the action of the Cherry Pectoral . If yon lave any complaint whatr i ever and desire the ( best medical . iadvice you can possibly otitain , write us freely . You will receive a prompt reply that may be of great value to you . Address , ; NB DR . J . 0 . AYEK , Lowell , Mass . H

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A Girl ' s Allowance [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

A Girl s Allowance .. T 7 VERY self-respecting woman , be she J- maid or wife , has a natural and intense dislike to ask her father or husband for every penny she needs , says Edward Bok in the Ladies Home Journal , on Giving Allowances to Girls . N or is the feeling lessened by the fact that the money can be had for the asking and is always given ungrudgingly . It is the asking which women dislike . They justly recoil from it , and men ought to understand it better than they do . It should be said that the husband who refuses to give his wife a regular allowance is rapidly becoming the exception . But there are still too many fathers who withhold an allowance from their daughters . If it he true that the average girl has . no idea of the value of money , how will she ever gain a better knowledge of its worth unless she is given the opportunity ? Our girls must be educated in money matters , and there is no surer method than by giving them money of their own to spend ; a weekly or m...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Seasonable Recipes [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

Seasonable Recipes Thickened Milk . Take one pint of milk , one tablespoon flour stirred smooth in a little cold milk , add salt and teaspoon sugar , pour Into the milk when It boils . A piece of stick cinnamon boiled in with the milk improves the flavor for those who like it . Junket . To one quart of , luke-warm sweet milk add sugar to taste and , flavor with lemon , vanilla or nutmeg ; dissolve one ; of Hansens Junket tablets in a tablespoonful of cold water and stir it in the milk quickly . Let it stand in a warm room for half an hour until It , is firm , then set in a cool place until served ; The result is a wholesome and easily prepared dessert . The Junket tablets can be bought for a mere trifle , or , a like result can be obtained by using a piece ^ of ; rennet . Farina Blanc Mange . Mix five tablespoons of farina in a little cold water , add a pinch of salt , and stir it into one quart of boiling milk ; boll ten to fifteen , minutes , and turn into a wet mold . Rice Puddin...

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New Patterns [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

New Patterns T <> obtain any of these patterns All out pattern coupon on another page , giving name ,-address and number and size of . pattern wanted , and send to pattern department . National Sural , enclosing ten cents for each pattern . CHILDS LONG COAT , 7545 . Dainty coats in this style may be made of velvet , corduroy or velveteen , broad , covert , or Ladies cloth , camels hair , Bedford cord , heavy serge , cheviot or tweed ¦ in plain or mixed weaves or in any of the numerous cloakings now . offered at reasonable prices . Fur . , braid , guimp , ribbon , or velvet , may be chosen for garniture , and a bright lining adds much to its attraction . • To make the coat for a child four years will require two and one-fourth yards of forty-four inch material . The pattern , No . 7545 , is cut in sizes . for two , four and six years . LADIESAND MISSES COAT SLEEVES - . V . ~ J 7542 .- ¦ Sleeves shrink in size as the season advances , the ; newest models showing ...

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I j ^ flF & ^^^^ i ^^^ aspfS ^ 3 ^ __ SCHOO _ S __ , . n-aJ COPYRIGHT , 1808 , BY CYRUS KEHR . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

I j ^ flF & ^^^^ i ^^^ aspfS ^ 3 ^ __^__ SCHOO _ S __ , . n-aJ COPYRIGHT , 1808 , BY CYRUS KEHR . NUMBER FIVE { Copyright , 1899 , by Cyrus Kehr . ) The Literary Society L AST week I told you of several things which I wanted to bring to you soon , and - that it was hard to say which should be taken first . Among these , I mentioned the literary society . I have now . concluded that this is - so important that all ; our readers should be urged to consider it at once . A society of this kind , whether called a literairy society , lycenm , or debating club , can be made so useful to young and old that there should be one in every neighborhood -during each winter . Its work can be made a very valuable addition to the work of the public school . It is an- excellent way to bring the people • of the neighborhood together socially , and it gives to all who desire it practice in reading , reciting , singing , and speaking before an audience . Those who do not care to participate ...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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•> - » - « . : — The Roval Game [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

•> - » - « . : — The Roval Game W HAT is aesthetically the most perfect product of the . human mind ? I am inclined-to answer , the Royal Game . What is the Royal Game ? The game of chess is so called , both on account of its historical associations and its intrinsic merits . ITS LIKENESS TO LIFE . Naturalness is one of the tests of art . Chess is the most perfect miniature of nature—its elements are the same . Space , force , time and obstruction ( matter ) are the elements of nature ; and space , force , time and obstruction are the elements of chess . Human life , which is so full of contest that it has been called a battle , is more perfectly represented in chess than in any other thing . The principles of good chess playing are the principles of good living ; A wise conservatism , energy , self-reliance , economy of time and strength , application , concentration , tenacity , hopefulness , quickness of perception ; invention , decision , courage , caution , and above...

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

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A Book ' s Desires [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

A Book s Desires Please dont handle me with dirty hands , or leave me out in the rain . Books catch cold as well as children . , Or . make marks on me with • your pen or pencil . It would spoil my looks . Or open me and lay me face down on the table . You wouldnt like that . Or put in between my leaves a pencil or anything thicker than a single sheet of thin paper . It would strain my back . Whenever you are through reading me , If you are afraid of losing your place , dont turn down the corner of one of my leaves , but have a neat little bookmark to put in where you stopped , and then close me and lay me down on my side , so that Lean have a good , comfortable rest . Help me to keep fresh and clean , and I will help you to be happy .

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Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

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WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW MOVEMENT AND SUPPLY OF GRAIN . January . 10 , 1899 . TV-eat stocks at New York increased 829 , 000 » o during the last week . Wheat stocks at Liverpool decreased- 160 , 000 bo during the last week . Wheat and flour on , ocean passage Increased 1 ,- * 40 , 000 bn last week and corn decreased 1 , 200 , 000 bu . Broom-all cabled yesterday that the Argentine export surplus of wheat is estimated at 33 ,- 000 , 000 bu . The English visible supply decreased 958 , 000 bu last week , against 2-5 , 000 bu decrease the same week last year . The risible supply of grain in the United 1 States and Canada on the dates named wa * as follows : Jan . 7 , Dec . 31 , Jan . 8 , 1899 . 1898 . 18998 . Wheat , bu . 27 , 358 , 000 26 , 893 , 000 38 , 863 , 000 Corn , bn 20 , 935 , 000 19 , 126 , 000 39 , 513 , 000 Oats , bu 6 , 402 , 000 5 , 829 , 000 14 , 310 , 000 Rye , bu 1 , 386 , 000 1 , 296 , 000 4 , 100 , 000 Barley , bu 4 , 205 , 000 3 , 962 , 000 4 , 070 , 000 The above figures...

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A Psychical Experience [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

A Psychical Experience While under the direction of-the lyceum bureau , during the decade of 1870 r 1880 ; I trareled eight months- in the year , from October to June , ; mostly in the -western states , speaking every night , says Elizabeth Cody Stanton in the Journalist . It was my custom in the large cities always to stay at the same hotel , that the . landlord and clerks might know me , and I might * be received at any hour of the night .. If possible I always secured a room on the second floor with a balcony , for safety in • case of fire . One night I arrived ratherlate at IndianapoliSi having previously telegraphed . The hotel was • crowded , as : there was . some unusual public gathering , just what I do not Teniember .. On meeting me in the parlors , mykind but distracted host said : Mrs . -Stanton , I have not a room in the house for you . I am sorry , but you will be obliged to « o to some other hotel . Tthat , I replied , ¦ I cannot do ; you must give me a bed in the parl...

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Our Animal Friends ____ _ [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

Our Animal Friends ____ _ A rare- old hook which would- delight the heart of every boy who has in him the making of a manly man , says the Youth s Companion , is the Life of Thomas Assheton Smith , who for , a half century was the first hunter in England , and of whom Napoleon-is reported to have said , That grand chasseur can control horses as I do men . • This modern Nimrod was the owner of great estates . The best horses and . dogs in England were in his vast stables and kennels , and he boasted that every one of them was his friend . • . * • , , • • : It is said that when a new purchase of hounds arrived he would go among them , giving to each a mouthful of food , while he stroked its head and looked kindly and steadily into its eyes . • - •• - . ; „ v Now I know them and they know me , he would -say , and ever after the dogs would come ; bounding . to meet him . In the morning , the packs would rush from the kennels to the park gates and wait panting with eagerness for him to c...

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How Lew Wallace Writes [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

How Lew Wallace Writes Gen : Lew Wallace begins , to write about 9 o clock in . tne morning . . He works until noon , resumes between 1 and 2 in the afternoon , and continues until 4 . Then he exercises for two hours . He walks or rides horseback , according to the weather . When it rains he puts on a pair of heavy boots , and trudges five to seven miles ; across the country . He usually rides a dozen miles . He retires at 9 : 30 and rises at 7 : 3 ( 1 , aiming to secure nine hours sleep . Gen . Wallace smokes at pleasure a pipe • or cigar , but never a cigarette . The amount • of work he produces in a day varies greatly . Sometimes he writes 400 and sometimes 1 ,- 200 words . What he writes to-day in the rough is revised to-morrow morning to perhaps twenty words , or perhaps striking- it • out altogether and beginning at the same : point once more . That constitutes the second copy ; : . . When the proofs come from the publisher -another revision takes place ; It consists • chiefly...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

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Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 12 January 1899

SEND OWE D 0 LUH ,..-g g ^ > Cut this ad . out and send to us and HfB ^^ tF 12 ^ * -we win send you this HIGIM . IUDK ggfl 1 /> CME 000 lb . PMTFOR-l SCALE by EgH I freight , C . O . D ., subject to examt- gg « J ^ nation , you can . examine it at your MM freight depot and if found perfectly HH CD satisfactory , exactly as represented KM *—* and equal-to scales that retail at . KM zr • 126 . 00 , paythe railroad agent ourspetlal ¦¦ , _> « - ^ ¦ price . S 9 . 35 , less the el . UO or K | Z-l SO S 8 . 35 and freight charges . The warn • £ _• ^ . shipping weight is 155 lbs . and the Wl Z ^* - ^ freight will average 75 c for each BH 3 Q ^^ 600 miles and -we fftwrantee safe de- HfH & 0 Zj livery . TheAcme ii lr- _ i m 133 for farm * store - _ _ - * _ s ^? TSi 3 ^^ P ^^^^^ fc ffTI , or warehouse Is ^ - ^ ^ E sSj ^ l ^^^ f ^ J made . guaran- i ^^^ HH ® ii | HILv ^^ ^* G __) teed five years . Hlf- _ f _ r ^ 5 T ^ and will lost a -jg-g ^ p-sw--lif...

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