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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
l , JglC SAVEFEED . T IffllEFM ^ fiteiiiiS , Feed is fuel to the animal economy . It III ! ill ! llffl Jf b ° r J e , dul ; » supply Interealheat , If ills RMBII filBlBl a ! f d Ccookcd ) before it eoes Into the nnij raHrSsffi * fts 5 l ? laBtomac !» lt » eathatniuchfuel ( £ eed ) . s ISBMMf Electric Feed Cookers £ iWjBfflSflffliK 1 1 P !? rced &gt; , » • moncjr , and produce $ I iHisSsM ll » lr . 0 , s ° &gt; . Made SI beat cwt iron 2 U I-VfflSll . a ™ J ? 1 1 s ee , atas » J holler mode of extra _ ^ WSwIH ^ s ^ heaTygalrankcdotcel . Capacity 25 to 100 . J ^ r / S ^ __ ^&gt; W- OBS . Cltcular and prlc » free . « J i _ T z Electric Wheel Co ., Box 163 , Qulncy , III
Page 17 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
\ ^_^_ W ^ f ^ i ^^^^^^^ s ^ ^^^_^ m _^_ M MI / M vS ? 55 S / v *«—wVflflJ Hfl »\ 7 ^^ J . J &amp;^ i ^ N ^^&lt;»^ v / fl ^ LlI HapataSnfV flfl »»&gt; wli tt ami * mttXf &gt; wWB FOR fl Work Horses 9 J Driving Horses M &gt; Hogs and Sheep 9 ! HIGH GRADE MUTTON Eas- fl ily possible with Victor Corn fl and Oat Feed ; safe , too ., Mut- fl i ton made from Victor Corn and , fl &gt; Oat Feed : is tender and juicy ; fl | no stringy meat ; if you use this . fl t feed . Sheep prosper arid show -fl | good profits . Victor Corn and M \ Oat Feed is perfectly adapted to fl J successful sheep raising and , you fl : make no mistake in buying it . fl ! If your dealer has none in stock fl ! send us his name and we will fl | see that he has it . . 9 ! Sold only in Sealed and I fl | ( Branded Sacks . J fl Feeding for Flesh , an invaluable fl I book on Horse , Cattle ; Hog and Sheep X ^ Feeding . Sent postpaid on request . 2 I Our Feed Expert will freely...
Timely Topics [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
Timely Topics Trade ; and Price Review The following wheat statistics from the Statist of London will interest wheat grow erst ; 7- ; 7- ; : 777 ; 7 • • ¦ ¦ ; i Tie immense movement of wheat In America , betokening , as it does , large future supplies , is perhaps at the bottom of the present dullness ; but there is also a growing feeling that the very large production of wheat in the world this season will make itself felt- more seriously later than has so far been , the case . r The English wheat crop , as now officially i estimated ; shows the largest yield per acre , probably , since 1868 , that fainous . wheat year ; it ? is 34 . 74 bushels , against 29 . 08 bushels last year , - and 33 . 68 bushels in 1896 , which up to that time was the record year , as far as our own . agricultural department s returns are concerned .. The total produce for Great Britain is given as 9 , 128 , 000 qrs ., so that by adding the small yield in Ireland and . the Channel Isles , we have a total fo...
... A Successful Show [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
... A Successful Show The Scioto County Winter Fair Association will conduct the fourth annual poultry , pigeon , pet stock and bench show , and grand floral and art . exhibit Tuesday , Wednesday ,-Thursday , Friday . Saturday , February 7 , S ; 9 , 10 and 11 , 1899 , at Portsmouth , Ohio . Besides special cash and merchandise premiums , the following premiums will be paid : First premium , 50 per cent of en trance fees , second , 30 per cent ; third , 20 per cent . Each exhibitor , no matter how large or small the exhibit , will receive one or more premiums , except in case of violation , of rules of show . . . ¦ : 7 \ Express companies will receive and deliver in the exhibition ¦ linll and return exhibits free . Ship toJ . W . Mitchell , secretary .. ¦ .: 7 . . .: Entry . fee : Dogs , each , twenty-five cents ; poultry , twenty cents ; pigeons , ten cents ; pet stock , twenty-five cents . Address all communications to J . \ Y . r Mitchell , Secretary Winter Fair Association , care...
Florida Muck Prairie Lands Again [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
Florida Muck Prairie Lands Again WE have received the following additional inquiries in reference to the proposed plan for locating a settlement to take advantage of the present opportunity to secure a large body of the rich , muck prairie lands of Florida to locate a settlement thereon , as outlined in our January 5 th number . Jan . 16 , 1 S 99 . SEr . J . W . Wilson : I have read with muchInterest the description of the muck lands of Florida , and If they are as represented I want to speak for 200 acres for myself and brother . Will you run excursions down there ? I think your plan for securing the . land and improving it with the joint funds of the settlers is excellent and hope It , will succeed . Will be glad to hear more about it . When do you think of beginning work on-the landV ¦ __ .,., . „ -.- ¦ • E . I . - Heath . Minnesota . . ;;/ : * . ¦? : . . . ,. • You will find everything asrepresented . The great opportunity in the line of agriculture in the ; United ; States at p...
"THE WOODEN HEN . " [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
THE WOODEN HEN . We have heard of wooden horses and wooden ducks , but a wooden hen is something new under the sun—and Its purposes are different frum those of either of the other wooden animals mentioned . It is not a toy , though It will please a boy . It Is a hen , at least it will hatch chickens from hens eggs . It is 14 x 16 x 14 inches and will take care of 28 eggs . This wooden hen is made by George H . Stahl , Qulncy , 111 . If you want to And out more about it before you buy one write to Mr ; Stahl for catalogue , which gives a full description , and mention this paper . .
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
WHY SUFFER | FROM COLD &gt; and storms when you can livo in ? VINELAND $ 2 $ Southeastern Washington , % 0 where there are No Long Winters , No &amp; 0 ColUWinters . NoCyclones . No Blizzards , &amp; &amp; No Sunstrokes , No Pulmonary Diseases , __ £ No Crop Failures Under Irrigation . 5 ) t c ? m ! lm , ?» v D n ? , sp , 5 ro ^ s ^ steBfc R rnn , ln K &gt; nal 0 d ciSSL ° .. n 7 li J 1 P . ° Co il st - ; il d » nlo \ 5 Sir iS , ; 1 , mi , , f ta Great distributing . 0 # p oint Bk- ? mn r i , d , n nnd uaiiufacturlnK __ 2 &gt; SS q 5 , i „ ? flte on nnr-Binall Irrigated W t Norlolli , Vaf ! m und . 8 9 11 ll ° ¦ . * . X Address , for free illustrated pamphlet , ^ t ) tEWISTON WATER &amp; POWER CO ., | A Lewiston , Haho , or Concord , Washington . |
Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
t BARN SCALES ON TRIAL . CHEAPEST AND BEST Free Catalogue . All sizes . ADDRESS , JONES OF BINGHAMTON , BINGHAMTON , N . Y . A MAN SAVED BY USING A FOLDING SAWING MACHINE . Ono mini can saw more . &lt; A &gt; B 1 } NS TMPT Ui , £ \ i 1 wood with it than two / £ __ . _ 0 J _ *_ J u * tr ___ 7 aa &amp; in any other way and fiHHBaelMhB Mil 1 ,... tW &lt;? doiteasier . 9 [ OUSll M ^ H * S IN 10 HOURS . Saws | M « fl l ffl B &amp; _\ . any wood on any ffl &amp; TSBg vSl mS 5 ground . Sawn tree * KBB = == r ai-K 5 i / fczS » 1133 down . Catalog freo .. « B « gggarT ; gfefl ffi H First order securesneenoy . _ &amp;~ \ JiX HtJffl ^^ Folding Sawing Modi . Co . 64 S . Clinton St . RM 12 , Chicago . The DOMESTIC SHEEP . BY HENRY STEWART , World s Highest Authority on Sheep , The Domestic Sheep should be in the hands of every sheepman in the country . The morelt look through it the more I am pleased with it . —- . Hon . James Wilson , Secr...
Domestic Affairs [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
Domestic Affairs Edited by Mrs . Bertha Caswell Norton . Left Alone It s the lonesomest house you ever saw , This big gray house where I stay , — I dont call it llvin * at all , at all , — Since my mother went away . Four long weeks ago , an lt seems a year ; Gone home , so the preacher said , , An 1 ache in my breast with wantln her , An my eyes are always red . I stay outof-doors till I m almost froze , • Cause every corner an room Seems empty enough to &gt; frighten a boy , An filled to the doors with gloom . I hate them to call me In to my meals , Sometimes I think I cant bear To swallow a mouthful of anythin An her not sittin up there A-pourln the tea , an passin the things , An laughln to see me take Two big lumps of sugar Instead of one , An . more than my share of cake . There s no one to go to when things go wrong ; She was always so safe an sure . Why , not a trouble could tackle a boy That she couldnt up an cure . I m too big to be kissed , I used to say . But som...
Music in the Family [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
Music in the Family By A . M . M . T HERE is nothing in the world that can give more pleasure in a family than music . It is something young and . old can enjoy , and is as pleasant for the performers as it is , for the audience . AH children should be encouraged to . sing , as it is an excellent way to strengthen the throat and lungs , and I do not believe a case of genuine consumption could get a foothold in one who had made a practice of singing from childhood . It is not always that one , can remember to have the children breathe full deep breaths , to throw back their shoulders and fill up their lungs according to hygienic rules , but get them to singing , and they do all this without urging , or even being aware that they are doing the best thing in the world for their lungs . I have a case in mind where a little girl seemed Inclined to have weak lungs , she was hollow-chested , stoop-shouldered , and short of breath , ; and nearly always had a bad cold . She cared very little...
Country Socials , [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
Country Socials , By A . L .-M ..-A . T W T E have different kinds of . socials , X / V / First , our supper socials are con- * - » ducted thus : The ladies furnish the cakes , cookies , cheese , pies , pickles , cold meats , biscuits and butter , etc . The cake and pie are brought whole , at the appointed time and place , usually the school-house . Of course , the gentlemen bring the money . We have , music to call the company to order . Then an opening • song with music , . followed by some recitations by the young people and children , and a selection or two read by some older person or persons , with a song - now and then between speaking ana reading—having . about four songs in all . We altogether , about one hour s entertainment Then the ladies prepare the supper on plates , some . cut cakes , others cut pies , others fill . the ; plates and pass them to the committee to pass around to . the company . The price is a fixed one , a dime a plate . Second . We have a necktie socia...
The Third Hand , No . . 2 . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
The Third Hand , No . . 2 . By Clara , S . Everts . J ANUARY , February and March is the housekeeper s time to bring . up odd jobs of w 01 &amp; &gt; do the sarins sewing , etc ., and have all in readiness before housecleaning and garden making . come on , followed so quickly by warm weather , harvest and all the extra work of the summer time . ; . . . . / It is a good plan to first take an inventory of everything on hand that can be used , and then decide just what must be had now in the way of bedding ,,. table linen , underwear , dresses , aprons , shirts , waists , etc ., and how much new material is needed for these things . If one can buy muslin , calico or- gingham by the bolt from one to tnree cents a yard may be saved . All old material should be repaired beforethe new is made up . Sheets that have worn thin should have the , outer edges seamed together , be opened down the middle and hemmed , thus bringing the worn places on the outside and the better parts...
m » v Useful Miscellany [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
m » v Useful Miscellany By C . B . THE good parts of woolen dresses , trousers or men s coats , if washed and carefully pressed , make warm and comfortable quilts for children s-beds . If lined with blanketing or the unworn portions of old bed blankets , so much the better . , * * * In ironing white shirts much time may be saved by having a good bosom board and clean , very hot irons ; An excellent way to clean irons is to pour • about a thimbleful of kerosene on a folded newspaper and rub them while hot over the paper until they are perfectly smooth and free from rust . -Then ; do your other ironing before you iron the white shirts . Thus , the irons will be in good trim for the most difficult articles of the wash . , * * * [ If there are children in the family , old I woolen clothing may be utilized in a number of ways . I made a jacket for my little boy of three , from a pair of navy blue trousers that had , done service for a year or more for his papa , arid were worn through on...
¦ ~— ¦ * ' * .. : Our Stamped Linens [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 26 January 1899
¦ ~— ¦ * * .. : Our Stamped Linens The accompanying design shows Mo . 0 G 33 , eighteen-inch centerpiece , wild rose and scroll . This design could be worked , in outline stitch if desirable and would be very simpie and pretty and so quickly done . Of course solid -flowers -would-be much handsomer , and it is for this kind of work -that silks are furnished sit . price mentioned . Scrolls and border should ne worked in white , with leaves and flowers in their natural colors , or border may be worked in pink like the roses . If for the dining table , . white is daintier , but if for the parlor table , the colored border is beautiful . Price of centerpiece , lu good quality of linen , with above design stamped on , • 25 . cents ; silks for working , . 45 cents extra , or 70 cents for both stamped linen nrwl eillre Order by name and number of design , write your name and address plainly , inclose necessary amount to cover order , and send to Pattern Department , National Rural , Chicago...