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Scientific Home Lessons in Paint -ing and Drawing * [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
Scientific Home Lessons in Painting and Drawing * LESSON VII . -PERSPECTIVE DRAWING OF BUILDINGS . THE Line of Sight—that is , the direct line from the eye to the Center of Vision , on the horizon , is the guideline for determining the direction of all other lines in nature . If a building intercepts the Line of Sight-that is , if it . is placed directly between the eye and the horizon , with the nearest face of the building square with the eye —then only one face of the building can be seen . . . This ,- if ? Copyrighted , 1898 , by Merlbali E . Willlams Walker . All rights reserved . drawn * Is called the ; Front-Elevation of . the building . But if the building is placed ever so lit-tle-to the right of the Line of Sight ,-then both the front-face and the left side of the building arc visibleff Oi , ; if the building be placed ever so little to the left of the Line of Sight , then both the . front and the right side , of , the building are visible . In each case-thefront face of t...
The Third Hand , No . I [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
The Third Hand , No . I By Clara S . Everts . ¦ WE all have heard of three-handed people—those • with a r . ght hand , left hand , a little behind hand . They are the ones who are always so busy , , the ones whose work always drives thercu and who can never get the best of anything ,, because of this behind hand . How much better to be up and even a little advance with one s work , and by being forehanded be able to take advantage of the good things of life as they come ; able to do necessary work . at the proper time and thus do it easier and have all things , accomplished decent . y and in order ; be able to take a holiday now , and then without being rushed to death afterward to , make up . for it . The winter season is the best time for the housekeeper to bring up her work and exchange the behindhand for a forehand , and when one once gets in advance of their work-, itis easy to keep there and to push the work , instead of the work being the driver . If the children go to school...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
Sure Cure for Colds When the children get their feet wet and take cold give them a hot foot bath , a bowl of hot drink , a dose of Ayers Cherry Pectoral , and put them to bed . The chances are they will be all right in the morning . Continue the Cherry Pectoral a few days , until all cough has disappeared . Old coughs are also cured ; we mean the coughs of bronchitis , weak throats and irritable lungs . Even the hard coughs of consumption are always made easy and frequently cured by the continued use of pectoral Every doctor knows that wild cherry bark is the best remedy known to medical science for soothing and healing inflamed throats and lungs . , Put one of Dr . Ayer s Cherry Pectoral Plasters •* ? .. . over your Bangs The Best Mottlcal Advice Frao I We now have some of the most eminent physicians in the United States . Unusual opportunities and long experience eminently fit them for giving you medical advice . Write freely all the particulars ln your case . Address , Dr . J . C...
__ _ __ Clothing the Limbs in Winter [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
__ _ __ Clothing the Limbs in Winter It is surprising that it is necessary to emphasize the fact that the arms and legs need warm clothing in winter even more than the trunk pf the body . But it is a common sight to see women upon the street with their shoulders well protected by heavy wraps and furs , while their arms hear evidence of much lighter covering . Every woman s physician knows that not one , woman in a hundred properly , clothes the lower extremities in winter . Even . little children , although liot often subjected to the inhumanity of absolutely bare arms and legs in cold weather , are to a greater bt less degree victims of this ratal carelessness and neglect-. — Good Health .
Growing a- Grandmother [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
Growing a- Grandmother He was a wee little man , only three years old , but very brave , courageous and uncomplaining—more courageous and uncomplaining than any one knew , for though he was only a baby , he had trials to bear , says the New York Times . The family had gone to a new country in the far west , . the mamma , this little-man , and the sister , a little older . it was a very new country , very different rrom the city in the East , where they had left many friends , relatives , and , nearest of all , a aear old grandmother . The mamma was so misy in ^ er new home that she had little time TO aevote to the babies except to see that they Zll e T ean and wel 1 fea - So the little ones were lonesome sometimes , as mamma found ; „ , Me day in a way that brought the tears ro ner eyes . . . ^ little three-year-old had been very busy ana very qmet , making a - big hole in the ground with such earnestness of purpose that , fearing the little fellow was planning some mischief , she w...
m m w , New . Patterns [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
m m w , New . Patterns To obtain any of these patterns fill out pattern coupon on another page , giving name , address and number and size of pattern wanted , and send to pattern department , National Rural enclosing ten , cents for each pattern . LADIES HOUSE GOWN , 7514 . No combination of colors Is more fashionable or more delightful to the eye than Parma violet and black . The attractive and stvllsh house gown illustrated unites soft wool Henrietta- In the . former shade with trimmings . of black . The hw _ m _ 1 , &lt; i . h ls . ? feature of the season , Is of black liberty satin laid in tucks and a ruche of the same trims the skirt and edges the frills , KJJMV ~ S na , rr ° w bands and the waist ribbon are both of velvet . * _ £ &amp; « 2 , ak , _ t u lB s ° Kn el £ ht yarQs of material forty-five Inches wide will be required . The Sn ^ SSof 4 J s cu . t i n sizes for a 32 , 34 , 36 , 38 , 40 and 42 inch waist measure ., . : mx . LA PfES JACKET BASQUE , 7556 ....
USEFUL AND BEAUTIFUL . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
USEFUL AND BEAUTIFUL . The Latest Souvenirs of Armour &amp; CompanyFree for the Cost of Postage : ¦ •• : .-- . and Mailing . .- ¦ • -. ¦ Armours Farmers Almanac for 1899 is something ^ entirely new in the field of almanacs-a readable , valuable book of popular and practical . Information , unlike the-,.- old-.-. style patent medicine almanacs one is accustomed to . It teaches much that Is new and useful about tinEft ? h ? Lf ™^ of ¦ «** fables and + 3 i _ J ? t £ e ? garden ; and orchard ; Instructs intelligently as -tot-he use of proper fertilizers . tH _ . £ * is P r i nted artistically , its little Jokes ^ vSC er t _ . a _? ii , ? 8 a ^ -lt u W . , n remaln • *&gt;»«* entire j ^ ar ? f Household throughout i , _ e 1 s ^ n m . our s : 4 - . my ana Navy Art Calendar for JS ® - &gt; 1 » - - a . . serles- of six . beautiful , large sized hSSSSSffi - ^ 84 , tosether with silk rlbbofal UInin ^ S ^ e pleasant side of the American volunteers life In several of its...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
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* *&' " ^^ -5 5551 ^^' . . ~ « aj [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
* *&amp; ^^ -5 5551 ^^ . . ~ « aj NUMBER SIX . ( Copyright , 1808 ; -by Cyrus Kehr . ) A Rack For Tools fJC fTC 7 HEN I speak of tools , I mean pen- : v \/\/ cils , pens , knives , scissors and f » » brushes , as well as augers , chisels , screwdrivers , awl , etc . All tools should have a place for their keeping when notfin use . Ifthere . is no regular place for them , time is always lost in finding them , when , they are needed , and sometimes they are lost altogether . Arid all sharp tools sbould be so kept as to prevent injury to the points or edges , _ and paint brushes should be so kept as to avoid bending the hair or bristles oul of shape . The drawing shows a rack for holding tools . If you- will make a rack like this , you will find it very useful . It is easy to make . The base or- bottom and the back may each-be six inches wide , fifteen inches long , and from one-half to one inch thick . These pieces may be dressed to the right , size separately or you may dress...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
J Uhere are Jtyany Ways of _\ 7 TREATING I GOLDS and GOUGHi \ BUT TO ( QUICKLY I I EFFECT THOROUGHLY ? I ACURE ( EFFECTIVELY J I¦ TAKE L IALLENS ] LungB alsaml 2 And dont tamper with yourself by dosing m m on tablets , which only afford a temporary L _\ relief . This Lung Balsam is commended n highly for its Expectorant properties , cans- L _\ ing the phlegm to rise , and soothing and Vf 9 healing the inflamed membrane . It con- -L L tains no Opium or any other deleterious m 9 drug , jlllniaters and Public Speakers L Z will , if thev will only try it , be gratified H with the result . Ask for and be sure to get L L ALLENS LUNG HALS AM . 9 7 At Druggists , 25 c , 50 c . and $ 1 . 00 per Bottle . H IHSBsWSSS _ ff \_» SHSafS __ NBS _ 3 SI _ _ S ^ S
CHESS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
CHESS T HIS column , to be hereafter devoted to the game of chess , enters upon its course at a time when there are so many other weekly chess columns published that the reason for the appearance of this should be made . known . Primarily our reason is our conviction of the great educational value of chess , , and our desire to spread the knowledge of it . We believe that this end can be best served by a periodical going into rural districts ; and that among our young men and lady and boy and girl readers there will be hundreds if not thousands who will be glad to devote part of their leisure to this splendid and beneficial pasttime . We shall therefore devote part of our space to the interests of beginnners , endeavoring to put a knowledge of the game within the reach of , everyone , even if our column should be his only , means of , learning it . Let beginners bear in mind that chess is something worth learning , ~ and like everything else worth while , can be learned only by appl...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
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WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW MOVEMENT AND SUPPLY OF GRAIN . , - Chicago , Jan . 17 , 1899 . Liverpool stocks , of wheat increased 112 , 000 bu last week and stocks of corn Increased 40 , 000 bu . Wheat and flour on ocean passage decreased 1 , 040 , 000 bu last week and corn increased 560 , 000 fcn . The world s corn shipments last week were 4 , 129 , 000 bu , against 5 , 852 , 000 buthe weekbefore • nd 5 , 883 , 000-bu the corresponding week last year . The European wheat visible ls reported to have decreased 1 , 400 , 000 bu last week . As this includes the English Stocks , which Increased nearly 1 , 500 ,- 000 bu , the . decrease outside of England must hare been nearly 2 , 900 , 000 bu . Exports of wheat and flour from the United States for the last six montha of 1898 were 126 ,- 000 , 000 bu , against 121 , 000 , 000 bu during the same time the year previous . Exports of corn for the same time were 83 , 000 , 000 bu , against 84 , 000 , 000 bu the same time in 1897 . The visible supply ...
Magazines [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
Magazines —Mr . HowellsJ begins in the January Harpers The Silver Wedding Journey ; Lieut . Staunton writes , of the naval campaign in the West Indies ; Mary E . Wilkins contributes a good story , and in these days of interest in the Soudan - the article on Nubia is especially timely . —The North American Review presents two articles on the conservative side of the Imperialist problem ; they are byAndrew 1 Carnegie and Senator Vest . An article on the new literary criticism is contributed by John Burroughs , and Max ORell preaches rather sensibly to us Americans in his studies in Cheerfulness . r ? —The Rough Riders are to be written of by no less a person than Col . Roosevelt in the Scribnerfs . The January number gives the first paper and it is absorbing in interest , as it sketches the personnel of the regiment . Cable begins a new serial that promises well , Search-Light Letters , by Robert Grant , have attracted much notice . —Capt . Mahan contributes a naval article to McClure...