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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

TyWKjf ^^^ ___ - ^___ M __*____ W ___ l ^__________ - * Vr _ fj * Lf ?^^^* i ^ y - ^^^^^ KSi ^ - ^^^^ REDHEADS HEREF 0 RDS F 0 RSAIE . A few choice young bulls by Ancient Briton and otLer tires , also choice young : heifers and matured cattle . Myherdhns -won many prizes at the leading State fairs . Address , GEO . S . REDHEAD De-j Moines , Ia . $ 5 . HAUSSMANN DEHORNER $ 5 . __ % . SIMPI . ESX . -- - { Wp ^ MOST POAVEBFCIi . S ^ I J -p EASIEST OPERATED , ( E f—9 S 9 Every one guaranteed . aJ- Sent by express on receipt of ¦ * ===== ! price . Circulars free . HAUSSMANN & DUNN , 109 South Clark St .,. CHICAGO . i l ttM DR . LEAVITTS LATEST IMPROVEMENT Leavltt Mfg . Co ., Hammond , 111 ., U . S . A . tjj ^^ w y ww ww ywwyyyyyMy m I jPOTATOESfkofJ « Largest Seed POTATO cronen ln America . ! # The * Kural New-Yorker elves SnlzcrsEarllcst i J n yield of 464 bn * . per acre—rlpo In » 8 day .. Bee . ¦ Catalogue for prices . Our great Seed Hook , 10 _ Form Seed Sampli-s , worth ...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Domestic ' Affairs [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Domestic Affairs Edited by Mrs . Bertha Caswell Norton . Boy and . Girl Wanted Wanted—A boy that is manly and just , . One that you feel you may honor and . trust , Who cheerfully shoulders what life to him brings , • ¦ - ¦ : . . ¦¦ : Its sunshine and pleasure , or troublesome things ; Whose eye meets your own with ; no shadow of fear ; . ¦ ..., No vile on the face that is open and clear ; Straightforward ln purpose and ready to push—For a bird in the hand Is worth two in the bush ; Who scornfully turns from a something to gain If it bring to another a sorrow or pain ; Who is willing to-hold what Is right ever dear , ind is patient , uriheeding the sebff or the jeer ; Who does all he . can with a heart that s elate—He is -wanted , that boy , whatsoever his state . Wanted—A girl , not a butterfly gay , Who is gentle and sweet In a womanly way ; Xo beautiful picture , so languid and fair , That always seems labeled , Please handle with care ; But one in whose heart there is hidden tru...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Entertaining an Evening Party [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Entertaining an Evening Party ANOTHER . riovel way to entertain a com- ¦ pany requires 1 quite a little work , iu preparation , but is very interesting . It might , be called Book Titles . Prepare about fifty sheets of cardboard , about 7 x 9 inches , and on each represent the title of some book , by pictures- cut from newspapers , magazines , circulars , etc . As an example , one young lady made a set as follows : Seven Lamps of Architecture -was portrayed by seven lamps in a row , and below , one or more handsome buildings . A little girl in a scarlet go-wn poring over a book represented A Study in Scarlet ; . Woodstock , a picture of a -wood , and others of cows , sheep , pigs , etc . Great Expectations ! may be suggested in many different ways . Our friend chose a picture of a little maiden with a bowl , of milk in her hands , surrounded by a half dozen eager , expectant cats Robinson Crusoe was illustrated after the style of a rebus—Robin-son-erew-sew ; and Ships That Pass in ....

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Our Brain Teasers [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Our Brain Teasers M 5 RE is something for our . quick-wit-ted boys and girls or older people who delight in puzzles . It is also a . fine amusement for an . evening party . Supply the end letters to each double -ee-, only one letter at each end and no word to be duplicated . Some liberal prizes are offered below to those who send correct answers . • A LOST END LETTER TALE . Among farm and . family papers we -eethe National Rural the best . Its regular visits each -ee- are relished with-ee-delight . It has never -ee-. known to -ee- by word or -ee- from the path of right but would ever -ee- to -ee- with what is-ee- for the farmer s -ee- and to -ee- a sharp loc -out and -ee- the deepest interest in his welfare . - It tells him how to -ee- to secure a due -ee- of -ee-, pork , mutton , niilk or , butter , and when and how -ee- to sow grain or plant the -ee- of cabbage , -ee-, carrot , onion , -ee-, or flowers , to fend his -ee- or poultry and care for his horses -ee-. The farmer who foll...

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

TREATING COLDS and C 0 UGH BUT TO ( QUICKLY EFFECT THOROUGHLY AconE ( EP p ECT | vELY TAKE ALLENS iLungBalsam And dont tamper with yourself by dosing on tablets , which only afford a temporary relief . Thi- ( iK «( 7 Balsam is commended liighly for its Expectorant properties , causIn ? the phlegm to rise , and soothing and ¦ healing the Inflamed membrane . It contains no Opium or any other deleterious ¦ drug . Ministers and Public Spealeers will , if they will only try it , be gratified ¦ with the result . Ask for and be sure to get . A-ZENS -VNCr JiAItSAM . At Druggists , 26 c , BOo . and $ 1 . 00 per Bottle ¦ y Vhere are jfffany Ways of fa J | I 2 2 I J 9 r ¦ Z J Z 8 H L _\ SJ H L _\ • 3 L Z B L Z Z . Z J 7 . TST THEH EOII ^ Coughs , Colds , fisihma , Bronchitis , Hoarseness and Sore Throat . * # / , 9 A ° e ™ ry tiamu ^ viMammi iM 8 ^^^^ ^^ T k I I I f 1 R _ _____ , _ v _ — .

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7 firs . Wliidslow ' s Soothing Syrup . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

7 firs . Wliidslow s Soothing Syrup . Is an old . and well tried remedy , and for over fifty years has been used by mllHons ^ of mothers for ; itheir :-, CHILDREN .-wMle CUTTING TEETH with perfect success .. It soothes the child , softens the gums , reduces inflammation , allays air pain , cures wind cbHc ^ ls very pleasant to the taste , and is the best remedy for diarroeha . Sold by druggists 1 every part of the world . PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A BOTTLE . Be sure and ask for Mrs . Winstowi s Soothing Syrup , and take Jio other kind , as mothers will find it the best medicine to use during tihe teething period .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

BABYS SMOOTH , FAIR SKIN A Grateful Mother Writes this LetterTells all about Her Troubles when Baby Broke out with Scrofula Sore » . At the age of two months , my baby began to have sores break out on his right cheek . We used all the external applications that we could think or hear of , to no avail . : The sores spread all over one side . of his face . We consulted a physician and triedhis medicine , and in a week the soro was gone . But to my surprise in two weeks more another scrofulous looking sore appeared on baby s arm . It grew worse and worse , and when he was three months old ,-1 began giving him Hood s Sarsaparilla . I also took Hoods Sarsaparilla , and before the first bottle was finished , the sores were well and have never returned . He is now four years old , but he has never had any sign of those scrofulous sores since he was cured by Hood s Sarsaparilla , for which I feel very grateful . My boy owes his good health and smooth , fair skin to this great medicine . MRS...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

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Our Painting Lesson : [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Our Painting Lesson : We find it necessary to omit the painting lesson this week . Those who -want to be practicing may make -crayon drawings of the home of [ the poet Hawthorne ; / illustrated in . these pages ! Jah . 19 , as that will . be the next lesson . This will be a good opportunity to prepare a sketch , also , in competition for the prizes which have been offered for the best crayon or oil sketch made from the instructions given in the first six lessons of this series , age and experience to be - considered .. Sketches must be mailed on or before February . 18 . These lessons began Dec . 15 . Back , numbers , may be obtained ; ¦ ¦ ¦ .. ..... • » * —— .

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Oversleeves for School Girls [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Oversleeves for School Girls T WISH to tell mothers of school girls 1 : v how I save my girls sleeves . I took some gingham that would not fade and measured the . arm so- the gingham would reach above the elbow and down , to the hand , allowing for a frill at each end about an inch deep ; Stitch this twice around , leaving a space between to run a . rubbercord , and fasten ) the one at the hand a little smaller than the one ^ at the elbow ; I make them wide enough to go on over any ; sleeve , and I find they are a real help , and saving to the dress sleeves of our girls at school , for they haveso many hours of writing to do , and it is niuscle movement , and that tells on-the sleeves . These oversleeves can easily be taken off out of school hours . My daughter wanted me to let the rest of the mothers know how to make these sleeyes , so she and her smaller sister would not be the only ones-in school wearing them . A . L . M . A . -4 » —The truth never needs apology . Eggs Scrambled ...

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• Our Stamped Linens [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

• Our Stamped Linens The accompanying illustration shows sixteen-inch centerpiece , No . 0607 . It has a lovely border , heavy , yet neat and easily worked . The border and scrolls should - beworked in white , and the for-get-me-nots in blue ; or it might be worked all in white if for the dining table , orall in blue if for other use . . These pieces are stamped on a good quality of linen , silks are fast colors , arid altogether they seem to bt very satisfactory , - judging from the number of orders re . ceived . The price of this sixteen , inch centerpiece , No . 0607 , is 20 cents ; silks for working , 35 cents extra , or 55 cents for both stamped linen and silks . Order by name and number of design ; state color of silks ; write your name- and address plainly , inclose necessary amount to cover order , and send to Pattern Department , National . Rural , Chicago , 111 .

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Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

* s the Modern Stove Polish ; it is put up in paste , cake or liquid l ^ fldtH fill fid rH uinBlllTy | * *\ . form . There is no dust and no odor , and the result is a brilliant polish without labor . It has the largest sale of any stove polish on earth . J . L . PRESCOTT & CO ., New York .

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Cooking Peultry [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Cooking Peultry By Elizabeth Armstrong , A . M ., Author of The Modern-Kitchen , Etc . IN the various families of fowls we find the . daintiest and most delicate of meats for the table . But however young and plump the birds may be , it is an easy matter to spoil theni in cooking . It is important to remember , first , that , all birds and fowls must be thoroughly cooked . Bare beefsteaks and rare roast beef are a luxury , while even lamb chops are-good if eaten hot , although a little rare ,, but pork in all its forms and fish , poultry also , must be well done . Roast Turkey As the turkey is the king of birds , he naturally stands at the head of the list ; and as he is far better roasted than boiled , it is the roast turkey which first demands our attention . ..- . . The young housekeeper should examine it very carefully to see that it is properly cleaned—that no relics of the crop and especially , of the . gall have been left . Then the bird should be stuffed over night and sewed...

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Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

CJ y »»» w > fclinnimwwwQ g BUY DIRECT 3 tj AMD SAVE MONEY . r _ % __\ Money saved 18 money earned . We _ ~ _ g i moke a complete line of Surries , Phae . i a | — : tons , Buggies , Spring Wagons and KoadU 7 r ~_ 5—- ¦ Wagons , aud sell them to you direct at- ¦ —? % : wholesale prices . ! g f—j Beat Spring Wagon Made . r§—i Two and three seat Some styles —c §— am low as $ 37 . BO —i 1 ; C . B . 2 toiuUar , 2 i { ib , Kani : , vrilu : Xteeiud [—g a JVo . 028 Combination Spring Wagon tnfin . tkape . —g § i Contiihr I aavtd $ 25 . 00 by dealing withyou . ** \ p § ! - > YOU are NOT too far away to do bnsi- > f I ! ness with us and save money . Send for _ ~ m I i now illustrated catalogue—FREE . All i—S e ~~ prices marked ln plain figures . Com- ;—_ | —; plete line of harness 84 . 80 and upwaid . —g f—i EDWARD W . WALKER CARRIAGE CO ., HI J—5 88 Eighth St . Cohen . Indiana . r —§ From hard work I ^ A ^ I Qf fonnllQ ( 13 ! or outdoor exercise ( J kjf \ A \...

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Stove Polish and Rugs [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Stove Polish and Rugs By Mrs . : P .- A . Baisley . I have a receipt for stove polish which I would like to have you publish , for it is far superior-to anything ..-I ever tried and it might be of benefit to some of the rest of your readers . . Cut off as much polish as you think will polish the stove—say about two teaspoonfuls—then three teaspoonfuls of molasses , and . mix the two ingredients with soapsuds . It should be thick and will stick and last twice as long as . if plainly applied ; polish as with any other receipt . I would like some one . to tell , through your paper ; how to make home-made rugs from rags . . . . 4 i » : ¦ . .. —Any man knows what the girl , who doesnt think talks about , but it impossible for him to discover what the girl i who doesnt talk thinks about . —Chicago News .

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AWAY WITH DOUBTS . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

AWAY WITH DOUBTS . If you are weak , sick , tired . - ¦ . Dull ami without ambition ; ... • If you tove dyspepsia , catarrh , Rheumatism , neuralgia or scrofula ; If your whole life is miserable Because of physical ailments . And . you hare become discouraged , By the failure of medicines . We say to you confidently and honestly , we-be-lieve Hoods Sarsaparilla has power to relieve and cure you ., A course of-Hoods Sarsaparlia will first make your blood rich and pure , and after the blood begins to be purified , you will be surprised at the : change that will at once take place . Appetite will come , strength will return , health will be restored . Have you any good reason to doubt this ? Remember Hoods Sarsaparilla cures when all other medicines fail to do any good whatever .

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