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ONE OF GRANDMOTHER'S TALES . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
ONE OF GRANDMOTHERS TALES . Two of my grandchildren , relates Mrs . Sarah A . Forshey , . McVeytown , Pa ., n derived great benefit from Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalize .: One was scrofulous , its head covered with sores and the eyes so affected that it could hardly see at times . The other had a kind of dysentery , nothing would stay on its stomach and the child became greatly emaciated so that it was - nothing but , skin and bones . Two physicians treated the children without result ; We almost gave up when Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalize ! was recommended to- us , and it worked . wonders . The scrofulous symptoms disappeared , the , bowels became regulated , the stomach acted and we became convinced that- Dr . Peters Blood Vitalize ! doesnt find its equal .
* . » TO THE ' LAND OF SUNSHINE . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
* . » TO THE LAND OF SUNSHINE . Take the Sunshine Route from Chicago to Los Angeles , San Francisco and- other points In California , and escape the rigors of . winter iu the East and North . Pullman Tourist Cars for first and second class passengers leave Chicago every Saturday , at 2 oclock p . iri . via the Chicago , Milwaukee &amp; St . Paul Railway to Kansas City , thence to California via . the Atchison , Topeka and Santa Fe Railwy—a real Sunshine -Route . This Is the earliest afternoon train leaving Chicago for ; the West after arrival of ; morning trains from the East , thus avoiding tedious delay . The Sunshine Route Is essentially the best and most patronized through car line for men , women- and children . Every attention paid : to the needs of passengers en route . Send for a Sunshine Route time- table folder . It costs nothing . Address F . A . Miller , Assistant General Passenger Agent , Chicago , 111 .
Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
AGENTS ! . . AGENTS ! AGEHTS ! ji ^ The grandest mifastat selling book ever published is DARKNESS DAYLIGHT or LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OP NEW YORK MPE liy Helen Campbell , and Supt , Byrnes * with introduction By Rev * Lyman Abbofa IT overflows ¦ with pathos , humor , fact nnd story , B plcnuidly illustrated with » 50 superb engravings from flash-light yhotograpiis of real Vfe . Ministers say God speed it . . Everyone laughs nnd cries over it , ond Agents are selling it by thousands . 03 ** 1000 more Agents wanted—men and women . $ 100 to $ 300 a month mnflc . Send for Terms to Agents , ond choice specimens of the beautiful engravincs . Address HAttTFOitD 1 UUldSJliAti CO- liurtlord , Conn , i 4-POUND CATALOGUE FREE ! b r P N . THIS BIQ CATALOGUE CONTAINS 1120 PAGES is 9 x 12 x 2 inches in size , _^^ ^ - ^ - ^ containsoverlou , OOOquotations , lo , OOOiUa =. tiratione , the largest , most ^ i ^^ h ? T ^ VSTT ^ S ^** compl ete and lowest priced catalogue ever pubUsned . NAMES THE ^ ARafPte...
Page 28 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
Hurd s American &gt;&gt; tf ^ | i AM T «__ MAN to keep hug . s . __ MT ^ m nog tamerf ^ m Aoii ^ . ^ T ¦ ^ Jr paid to nearest railroad express ofllee for 90 cents . • D . P . &amp; JOHN WILKINSON . Mfrs . 160 Kinzie St ., Chicago WE WANT A WOMAN ot energy and ability ln every county ; a business woman who expects to devote all her time to business and Is not satisfied with halt-work and half-pay , Dut Is willing to do good wort and wants good pay . Address P . E . Marsh &amp; Co ., 804 Masonic Temple . Chicago , 111 . Bargains in Sundries , FOR OUR SUBSCRIBERS . Our Retail ; Price . Lewis Combined , Spraying Pump ........ ..... . , . $ 4 . 00 . $ 2 . 00 Burglar Alarms 2 . 00 1 . 00 Cream Testers 35 . 20 Thermometers 35 . 20 Corn Huskers 40 . 30 Horse Tall Ties ( per pair ) ...... . . 50 . . 25 Curtain Fasteners ( set of six ) .. . 35 . 20 Colcord s Green Forage . 40 . 25 The Graftons 1 . 00 , . 50 Industrial Struggle _ ... 1 . 00 . 50 Every Man His Ow...
Gave a Light to Schley [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
Gave a Light to Schley Tlie train was running through snow-cov-ered New Jersey lands bound from New York to Philadelphia . A man with a grayish mustache and imperial , who had taken a fresh cigar from his pocket and then discovered that his matchsafe was empty , says the New York Sun , leaned across the smoking car aisle and asked his neighbor for a light . The latter surrendered his cigar without looking up , but as he received it again 1 he raised his eyes . Pardon me , he said , with a puzzled air . I am sure I have met you before , but cannot remember where . There- was an instant s pause , and then a flash of recognition . Why , sir , he exclaimed , quickly , Ive given a light to Admiral Schley , havent I ? Yes , sir , you ve done me that , kindness , answered the Admiral , smiling . The other man was a patriotic American , so there were handshakings and congratulations . The few other passengers . in . the car quickly-became aware of the identity of their fellow traveler , and...
Where the Pins Go [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
Where the Pins Go Every individual who lives to grow up lias in all probability asked , at some time in his life , what becomes of all the pins that are manufactured and lost . An old gentleman in fLohd ph has prepared himself tb answer the question . By a series of experiments conducted in his back garden he has discovered that they go ihe way of all flesh and are resolved into dust . Hair pins , which he watched for 154 days , disappeared at the end of that time , having been resolved into a ferrous oxide , a brownish rust , which was blown away by the wind as-it formed ; bright pins took nearly 18 months to disappear ; polished steel needles nearly two years- and a half ; brass pins had but little endurance ; steel pins at the end of fifteen months had nearly gone , while their wooden holders were still intact . Pencils , with which he nlso experimenter , suffered little by exposure ; the lead was unharmed and the cedar almost as good as new , but , then , nobody has ever ,, aske...
He Had the Pestholes [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
He Had the Pestholes • a . short time since quite a discussion arose among the officials of one of our prominent southern railroads as to the reason for the many vexatious delays and troubles in the transmission of local freight . It was claimed by some of the parties interested that it was caused almost entirely by the stupidity or inetticiency of the local agents , and as there was some difference of opinion on this point , it was decided that the matter should be tested . J-o this end a tracer was prepared in due and J ™ mal shape , calling for the whereabouts of A » ne Box Pestholes , which it was alleged was missing from a prior shipment . This was sent out in the regular order of business , witn nothing except it internal nothing ness to draw attention to its unusual character ; and passed agent after agent without eliciting any comment or ; information , save the stereotyped indorsement not here . Some fifteen or eighteen local ( agents were actually passed in this way ; unti...
Buying a Paper [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
Buying a Paper Here , boy , let me have a paper . Cant . Why not ? You ve got them . I heard you crying them loud enough to be heard to the city hall . Yes . but that was down tother block , ye know , where I . hollered . . What does that matter ? Come , now . no fooling ; hand me a paper ; I m in a hurry . Couldnt sell you a paper on this here block , mister , cos it blongs to I _ impy . He s j ust up the furdest end now . Youll meet him . And who is Ijimpy ? And why does he have this block ? Cos 11 s other kids agreed to let him have il . Ye see . it s a good run on count of thn otlices all along , and Ihe poor chap is that lame he cairt git around lively like the rest of us . so wo agreed lhat the first one caught sellin on his boat should be thrashed . See ? Yes , I do see . So you have a : sort of brotherhood among yourselves ? . ¦ ¦ ¦¦¦ „ .. Well , were a goin to look out for ; a . little cove whats lame , anyhow . There comes Limpy now . Hes a fortunate boy to have such frien...
Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
Scetl &amp; £ mnkicn , _ !_ of Cod * Hver g * ves * mmc ^ tc a ^ fe y soothing « * W ^ VAJ U ^ IAV ^ I . stubborn cough and supplying tonic Y Oil , With 1 remedies to the weakened system . It A u &lt; . * i + * V _ I P revents consumption by promptly C riypOpjrlOS * / curing colds and suppl y ing the pret fthltCS I vent * vc P ° wcr by whicn the system » . * li . * __ T ¦ _ - _ . _ . _______ can withstand disease . soo ., »« ian &lt;__ uKu . i DAT CUT sccured ormonpjnili-tnrned . Scnrchfree , ¦ HI till Collamer &amp; Co . 1 3 5 Fat ., Wash . D . C . f Til I a rented or email farm while IMUV llll Cut &gt; a with its dellehtful Climate in all llll n ( l rich soil otters . to every ¦¦ II I I Ibh thrifty American , a desirable home and rich Invest- M _ T ™ _____! T I ™ O ment which maybe secured by every ML N I » || reader of this notice , on easy R ¦ ¦ I | 11 terms . This off er ls made by a reli- ll ___ . ll I ¦_¦ !/ able Company of which Asst ....
PUZZLE BOX . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
PUZZLE BOX . 240 . —CHARADE . • If I wished to behead a first , I would not cut off his second ; For that would whole the , dog , I think it would be reckoned . 241 . —BIBLICAL ENIGMA . Composed of 30 letters . 9 , 13 , 21 . 5 , MS , a not my brethren If the world hate you , Is found . In John . 1 , 6 , 13 , 24 , 23 , 7 maketli many friends , Is quoted : from Proverbs . : Thy heart shall 9 , !! , ¦ 28 , 20 , 23 , 13 , 23 , 27 verror , is from Isaiah . Hear instructions and 10 , 6 , 1 , 20 , 30 , 2 , is found In Proverbs . The price of 20 / 22 ; 28 , 25 , 9 , is above rubles , . is from Job . Bread of 28 , 6 , 12 , -18 , 8 , 23 is sweet to a man , Is taken from . Proverbs . Of 15 , 20 , 12 , 17 is the kingdom of God , Is from 1 ; Matthew . . 19 ,. 13 , 26 , 4 , 14 , 21 is deceitful , is from Prtiverbs . , The whole Is a verse in John . 242 .-CROSS WOKD ENIGMA .. My first is . In jewel ; but not In gold ; My second is . inbugle , but . not in . horn ; My third Is In young , but not in...
A Chinese Hotel Bill [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
A Chinese Hotel Bill A Chinese hotel bill is startling enough at nrst glance , says a traveler . When our first was presented we found dismal , hopeless bankruptcy staring us in the face . Here Is it : Accommodations with bed , rice and water for three 330 Extra bedding for three 75 Pork . !» Eighteen cups of tea 54 Cabbage , beans and potatoes 115 Two chickens ............... ...... 300 Peaches and pears ...... . .. ... .... 60 Lamp 15 Total 1 , 030 Suchanf account made three pairs of eyes open wide . We had , lived like ascetics , and slept like tramps . Then we figured the bill out . Chinese cash , 1 , 039 , In American coin represented about 80 cents . And still we had . ; been charged an amount twice as great as . Chinamen would be expected to pay . —Ex . * ¦ » —Mamma : Bobbie , I notice that your little sister took the smaller apple . Did you let ner have her choice , as I told you to ? Bobbie : Yes ; I told her she could have the little ofle or none , and she chose the : litt...
. Chinese Secret Societies [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
. Chinese Secret Societies Among the curiosities of the Chinese empire area considerable ; number of secret societies , which , taking their rise in the guilds which exist in . connection with every calling and in everj province , have become developed until their members inr elude an appreciable percentage of the population and their propaganda has become disseminated throughout the length and breadth of the country . In their organizations these societies partake of the nature of the western Freemasonry . In the days of their initiation they were regarded as brotherhoods and their . announced objects were the attaining of ideal perfection . Like most things /; in China , however , the outward guise of the 1 guilds in question lias always -been , very different , from the published principles , and there can be little question but , that most of the important political movements of the past 500 years have been in a large measure . due to the action of these secret assemblies . The ...
Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
^ iM BEAUTIFUL HAIR J SSSSaS ^ r IHE NEW KATHAMON INSURES IT . ^ fcmjv J &gt; A $ 1 . 00 Standard Remedy OCn ¦ A S _ W ^ 1 now reduced to _ LUu « ^ F f—s Mt positively remote * dandruff , prevent ! * baldness , and promotes the vigorous growth , ( ,-, of the b » Ir . Warranted to prevent the bair from prematurely ( amine grey . Strong endorsement * dnrini Mit 14 years . - To introduce It in yonr neighborhood will tend trial paring * for lOe ,. Fall treatment to last 6 noatbs , 86 e . Everything Bent post paid . Large dlmonnL to Agents * Fall dl * * 0 Ottoni on every pachace . Addrens Bole Proprietors , fAIBBlNOTON * CO- 8807 Vlneeoilea Av * .. CM *» I *
Page 30 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 19 January 1899
Waterloo Electric Cure . A sanitarium for the treatment of chronic di » - . Miee . The best equipped institution for electrical treatment In the west . Static , Galvanic , Faradlc and Sinusoidal electricity administered to any diseased organ . . Skilled gentleman and lady assistants . Large experience ln the treatment of chronic disease * by electricity . Electricity especially beneficial in nervons diseases , diseases of women , dlabetei . Brlght s disease , disorders of stomach , bowefc liver , kidney and spleen . Catarrh of note ar * S throat , etc . For full particulars address , WATERLOO ELECTRIC CURE , 210-212 West Fourth St ., Waterloo , Iowa . j Liver j I Complaint j 5 is an insidious foe to the health , that i X requires prompt correction , or it leads to _\ J complications practically incurable . To J 9 promptly cure all liver troubles _\ J Dr . Peter s 2 J Blood JVitalizer 0 is what you need . It is an honest Swiss- 0 _ l German remedy , in use more than 100 i W years . I...