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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 9 January 1896
Wt &gt; SMOKE YOUR MEAT WITH * ^ ULemcu LAR . E . KRAUS ER JcBRD . MIIIO ^ m . Wife , Mother . Sister . Does your husband , son or brother smoke or chew tobacco ? D i you wish them forever cured of the filthy habit without their knowing how it was done ? If so I guarantee you a positive antidote at little cost . Write Backus Cook . M D ., originator and discoverer of this cure , room 32 , 209 State St ., Chicago , and get the facts and proofs thereof . Over 1 , 000 cured last year . Wiga ^ j 100 . 000 MADE HAPPY fe j i ^ JjJlBBf Using the R OCKER W ASELF R , [ i ! . ^¦ SPIP Warranted to wash a familyf Svf ^ S-A . washing of IOO PIECES INC i \ . ~ yL \ m ONE HOUR , write for prices to , . 1 igeneral and live local agents . Address 1 1 S- ^ T ^^ J -S *?*^ i Northwestern University EVANSTON AND CHICAGO , ILL . Tbe University has a College of liberal Arts , a School of Medicine , School of Law , a School of Pharmacy , and a School of Dentistry . The Garrett Biblical ( Institute ...
DENIM STAND-COVER . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 9 January 1896
DENIM STAND-COVER . If one likes to do old-fashioned chainstitching and crochet work , a pretty and serviceable stand-cover may be made of blue denim . Not the art denim , but the heavy overalls goods . Choose a firm , soft piece showing the blue deeply on the right side . Measure the size required ; as it only comes a yard wide , the cover must necessarily be for a small stand . Ravel out threads to use in hemming and fell the hem down with them . Then cross-stitch on the right side with turkey-red cotton ait the upper edge of the hem . Have a braiding design stamped in each of the four corners . Select a large , plain design , and one that will fit into the corners , like a bunch of flowers or grasses with stems , or a fan design or anything that fills a corner out nicely . Work the design in turkey-red cotton in close chain-stitch . Make the trimming for the edge in oldfashioned crochet work in block pattern , using O . N . T . crochet cotton No . 30 , in navy blue and turkey red...
DIRECTIONS FOR CARVING . . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 9 January 1896
DIRECTIONS FOR CARVING . . IN a recent Delineator were the following practical suggestions : A deft carver first thrusts his loirk as deep ais it will go into the highest part of the breast of the turkey as it lies on its back , the tines passing down astride the ridge of the bone . The knife is them drawn with a deep cut close : in between the side and the leg next the carver , and the leg is bent away from the body to exoose its joint , which another touch of the knife severs and sets free without leaving a ragged edge . The leg on the opposite side is removed in precisely the same * manner . The top of the shoulder is then , cut into and first one wing and then another is disjointed and lopped off . If these parts must , because of the smallness of the platter , be removed to another dish before the carving is completed , the wings are deftly lifted with the knife , and the legs by their ruffles , the fork not being withdrawn from its place . Next the breast nearest the , carver ...
A FAMILY MEDICINE CHEST . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 9 January 1896
A FAMILY MEDICINE CHEST . T HAVE just finished looking over and * restocking our family medicine box m anticipation of colds , coughs , and croup , says a good housewife , mother of several children , and I am going to tell you how I manage to nip in the bud the little disorders that , if neglected , so often prove serious . We always keep on hand certain medicinal preparations ready for the emergencies that are especially liable to come in households containing little children . Ipecac , diluted aconite , tincture of rhubarb , castor oil , musard , paregoric , olive or fowls oil , and a bulky package of flaxseed meal have their places in this medicine boxj nor do we dare long be without therm Each fall and spring , these vials and parcels are carefully examined to make sure that no rancid , lifeless or doubtful preparation is given quarter , but every bottle and box and paper labeled true to contients arid those contents as pure arid fresh as possible . Besides the rolls of old , s...
RECIPES FOR COOKING ; KRAUT . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 9 January 1896
RECIPES FOR COOKING ; KRAUT . ALTHOUGH the great majority of peoT pie like sauerkraut yet comparatively few kriow but one method of cooking it , an-4 that is to fry in meit fryings , arid send it to the table hot , greasy arid hard to digest , while in truth that is the poorest way in . which it can be cooked . Baked Spare Rib and Kraut . —This is al-, ways an acceptable dish . Prepare a spare rib for baking , crack the bones through the center so it will fold , fill it with kmut , fold together and bake in a moderate oven , add ,, ing a half , pint or more of boiling water , with which to baste it frequentlyi When , nearly done open the rib and let the kraut brown a little . . When 1 done , heap the kraut in the center of a large platter , carve the rib and arrange it on the platter around the . kraut If the rib was a fat one ; to the fat arid liquor left in the pan , add a . pint of wa-, _ ter aind when it boils slowly stir a ; tablespoonful of flour that has been smoothed in a li...
QUESTIONS ANSWERED . , [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 9 January 1896
QUESTIONS ANSWERED . , Under , this head we will cheerfully answer any questions asked by any member , of the household . Please write on separate-sheet from subscription or other matters . Mother—Rub the baby s bowels for about ten minutes with castor oil for constipation instead of giving internally . Prohibitionist—Where the use of wine occurs in receipts , lemon juice , currant or grape jelly may be used instead . . Kate . —To remove the iron rust spots from your fine tablecloth , place salt well saturated with lemon juice on the stained places and expose to the sun . Mrs . B ., Michigan . —An excellent cough syrup can be made of mullein and horehound , boiled low , strained , and sugar added , and cooked to a syrup . Young Cook—The reason your custard curdled was riot because the milk was sour but because it was cooked too long . Custard should never be allowed to boil ; it should come only to a boiling point . Margaret . —Vinegar candy is made by taking one cup of vinegar , tw...
Qur Cubbing List [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 9 January 1896
Qur Cubbing List Save money by sending subscriptions to other periodicals to as . If yon . do not find what you want ln this list , write and we will quote you a reduced price . If you want more than one periodical on this list , deduct $ 1 . 00 from the combination price of each , with this paper and send ng the balance . SSS-ifef S SH Clubbing Price scription Price . with this paper . $ 2 00 Advance , Chicago . $ 2 90 100 American Bee Journal -1 80 50 American Poultry Journal 1 40 1 50 American Dairyman 2 30 1 00 American Sheep Breeder 1 80 3 00 Arena 3 80 1 00 Arthurs Home Magazine ...... 1 80 4 00 Art Amateur ........ . 4 50 50 Arkansas Traveler .- l 40 4 00 Atlantic Monthly 4 05 60 Babyland -, 149 100 Blade , Toledo , Ohio . * . . * . 180 1 50 Brai . nard s Musical World 2 30 2 00 Breeders Gazette 8 so 1 00 Butterlck Magazine 1 85 1 00 Carpentry and Building 1 80 2 00 Chautauquan . 2 80 4 00 Century ( formerly . Scribner s V ™» 5 ?^ &gt; n , th ^) • ••••• •• * 10 1 50 C...
RECIPES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 9 January 1896
RECIPES . —Ginger cakes—Mix one cupful each of molasses and brown sugar , half a cupful of lard , three cupfuls of flour , a teaspoonful of ginger and three eggs . Roll thin , cut out and bake in a quick oven . | . —Corn Bread . —One pint sifted cornmeal , one pint wheat flour , one pint buttermilk , two eggs , beaten light , one-half cup sugar , butter size of ah egg . . Add last one teaspoon of soda . Bake about twenty , minutes in a hot oven . —Stuffed oysters—Wipe and season large oysters with salt and pepper ; roll them in cracker dust ; spread half the oysters with force-meat ; cover these with the remaining oysters ; press them together gently ; double bread , and fry in the usual way . Serve on a folded napkin with lemon points . —Light waffles—Sift a quart of flour , rub a teaspoonful of butter in it ; add a teaspoonful of salt and three cupfuls of milk . Beat well . Dissolve half a cake of compressed yeast in a little warm place for half an hour Beat three eggs and add . L...
. • " - »)¦ •) ERUPTIONS CURED . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 9 January 1896
. • - »)¦ •) ERUPTIONS CURED . Ever since I was . an Infant I have been troubled with eruptions on my face and body , My mother gave me different medicines without benefit and at last I began taking Hood s Sarsaparilla and this medicine has cured me . My brother has also been benefited by Hood s Sarsaparilla . Miss Josephine Wolf , 2847 Lowe avenue , Chicago , 111 . —Hood s Pills cure biliousness , indigestion . Oatmeal , Pancakes . —Two cups of cold oatmeal mush , one-half cup of sour milk , two eggs , a little salt and soda . Mix together and add enough flour to make ia good pancake batter . Fry in lard and serve hot . This is a very good way in which to utilize oatmeal mush that is left over .
THE WORLD'S EIGHTH WONDER . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 9 January 1896
THE WORLDS EIGHTH WONDER . Its , not . a pyramid nor a hanging garden ; It s Salzer s Silver Mine Oats , which yielded 209 bu . per acre . Silver King Barley produces 116 bu . per acre . You can beat that in 1896 and win $ 200 . Largest grass clover and grain seed growers in America , ! 148 page mammoth catalogue 5 c . postage , or if you will cut this out and send it with 10 c . postage to the John A . Salzer Seed Co ., La Crosse , Wis ., you will receive their mammoth catalogue and ten packages of grains and grasses , including package of Silver Mine Oats and Silver King Barley . One cent for a postal card . Address The Western Rural , Chicago . We will tell you how to make a few dollars easily .
Our Young Folks Comer [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 9 January 1896
Our Young Folks Comer A LITTLE GIRLS WISH . Maynt I be a boy ? said our Mary , The tears in her great eyes of blue , « Tm only a wee little lassie , There s nothing a woman can do . 1 Tls so , I heard Cousin John say so , He s home from a great college , too ; He said so , just now , in the parlor , There s nothing a woman can do . My wee little lassie , my darling , Said I , putting back her soft hair , I want you , my dear little maiden , To smooth away all mother s care . Is there nothing you can do , my darling ? What was that pa said last night ? My own little sunbeam has been here I know , for the room ls so bright . And there Is a secret , my Mary , Perhaps you may learn it some day—The hand that is willing and loving Will do the most work on the way . And the work that Is sweetest and dearest , The work that so many ne er do , The great work of making folks happy Can be done by a lassie like you ! —Ladies Home Journal . OLE DOBBINS CHRISTMAS . By Maude Morrison Huey . 41 np ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 9 January 1896
No Risk in Vacuum Leather Oil . Get a can at a harness- or shoe-store , 25 c a half-pint to $ 1 , 25 a gallon ; book How to Take Care of Leather , and swob , both free ; use enough to find out ; if you dont like it , take the can back and get the whole of your money . Sold only in cans , to make sure of fair dealing everywhere—handy cans . Best oil for farm machinery also . If you cant find it , write to VACUUM OIL COMPANY , Rochester , N . Y .
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 9 January 1896
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Our Story Teller [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 9 January 1896
Our Story Teller COMRADES . * By Uncle Guy . The old dog rises from the ground , Walking around to the door , Glancing at me with a wistful look • As he has oftimes done before ; To the mountains he points his nose / And gives a wheedling whine , As much as to say , my master to-day , I am sure the hunting is fine . Not heeding his look , he barks softly—vAnd trots to the foot of the hill , Arid capers and barks with a will . Dear old dog ! Many times we ve wandered Over mountain , hill and plain , Many the hours we ve squandered Beating the coverts in vain . But the enchantment is still on us , . We long for a smell of the pines , With a chance to start the antlered buck Prom his coverts among the vines . The hot blood bounds in our veins again , And our heart seems to be on fire , Over hills and dales away we go , And our limbs they never tire . Aye , comrades ; we ve been ! indeed , old dog , And shared alike ln the chase , My blankets were large enough for two ; At my feet you h...
THE PAIL PUZZLE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 9 January 1896
THE PAIL PUZZLE . It s Easy If You Know How . THE WAY TO ADO IT . Ninety-nine women in a hundred may think that It Is an easy thing to hold a pall at arm s length . Let them try It . Here and there one will succeed In holding the empty pall , but It will puzzle even a man to hold a pail full of water ln exactly this position . There is no trick about it , however . The pail is a real pall and the water is real water . The secret Is hidden In the arm • and Jbody of the woman who does lt . Woman Is but little lower than the angels and yet the plan of creation gave her bones , muscles , and sinews which in their perfect development mean strength . THIS WOMAN CAN DO IT . To make the human machinery complete , she was also given nerves more wonderfully delicate * than electric wires and more potent for good or Ul . Without nerves she would be unable to control a single muscle . She could not raise her hand , move her lips , or close an eyelid . Her lungs could not draw ln the breath of l...
Alleged Tun [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 9 January 1896
Alleged Tun — Take away woman , says a society paper , and what would follow ? Why , man , to be sure . — No , Maude , dear , we do not think the cat s voice is musical even if the animal is full of violin and banjo strings . —Philadelphia Record . - Well , Willie , asked granma , have you had all the dinner you want ? Nome , answered the truthful little boy , but I have had all I can eat . —He—Miss Ella , I love you ! I am here at your feet—I am your slave ! She—My slave ? Very well , I will give you your freedom . —Fliegende , . —He— -I see it says Miss Astorbilt wore a piece of lace that was 200 years old . - She—Two hunderd years old ! Well , think of it now , and them with all that money . — Do you think the baby resembles me ? Well , yes ; but then , you know , health is the main thing , and he looks as though he had a good constitution . —Chicago Record —Miss Beacon Hill—Dear me ! Strange but I cannot remember . Where is Dresden ? . Young Lakeside—Oh , that s easy . In China ...