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

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 , Chicago , enclosing 10 . cents for each pattern . LADIES * HOUSE JACKET , 7555 . -..- This comfortable and rather dressy jacket of fine French flannel in bebe blue has small polka surface 1 - W e sllk embroidered . all over its <^_ f _ ^ jac ^ t , ? , In tWs style can be made from iwL « ere * cballle . camel s hair , French or outnnfl % ? , nel ! P a other soft woolen fabrics India 2 n i as ks or cotton wash fabrics that will on be made up for next seaeons wear ; by provident women . Lace insertion , frizzed ribbon , narrow braid and . embroidery , all furnish Suitable decoration . To make this jacket for a lady of medium size will require four yards of material twentyseven Inches wide . -The pattern , 7555 , is cut In sizes for a 32 ,-34 , 36 , 38 , 40 and 4 _ inches bust m...

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

If you see an advertisement in the National Rural and Family Magazine it is reliable

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

AGENTS ! AGENTS ! AGENTSI Ihe grandest ana fastest seUtngbodk ever published ia DARKNESS ^ DAYLI ^ OP LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OP NEW YORK LIFK By Helen OsmpbcU , and Supt , l $ yrnes , with introduction By Kev * Lyman Abbott * IT overflows -with pathos , humor , fact and Btory , splendidly illustrated with Ji 50 superb engravings from , flash-light photographs oj realVfe . Ministers say ffoa speed if . Everyone laughs and cries over it , and Agents aro selling it by thoueatids . os ?* lOOO more Agents wanted—men and women . $ 100 to $ 300 a month made . Send for Terms to Agents , and choice specimens of the beautiful engravings . Address JlAKTlfOitb PUBLISHING CO (; UarUbrU , Conn , IW MGOOD SALARY I I | B 31 < G £ ? dc ssl Ji ns BKVJERIDGES San I til ry ? I !& SW Steam Cooker . Distills the water , purifies I I <\? Slli the cooking . No burning , no odor . Saves labor I 5 __ W i * nd { f I _ J ln ^ , s - lve- * u »< 1 » iy to 5 | Klllili affo...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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I ' . ^ ji ^ . ' l ^^^^^^ P ^ lf ^ _ Wi _ i & __ i F , Ah-3 blnllJU-JJii—a . A .-,., ,: *> o ^ [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

I . ^ ji ^ . l ^^^^^^ P ^ lf ^ _ Wi _ i & __ i F , Ah-3 blnllJU-JJii—a . A .-,., ,: *> o ^ NUMBER EIGHT ({ Copyright , 1809 , - -by Cyrus Kehr . ) Lincoln s Birthday . LINCOLNS birthday is near at hand , and I have thought of something which all of you can do in connection with that day . f On Feb . 12 , 1809 , in La Rue county , in the central portion of Kentucky , Abraham Lincoln was born . In that region at that time log , cabins were the rule , and Mr . Lincoln s parents had their home in such a house , and afterward Mr . Lincoln lived in log cabins in Indiana and Illinois . Let us build a log cabin , such as Lincoln lived in , and such as many of our own parents lived in , and , perhaps , such as some of you how live in . When it is done , we ¦ will call it the Lincoln Log Cabin . The drawings Show the end and the front of the cabin , and also one of . the corner joints , from which you can see how to notch the logs to make them lock together . The drawin...

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Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

fls not ia the promise of . the cook , so much as with the eating ; so it Is with advertising —not what the advertiser promises , but what you get when you buy his goods . WE WANT YOUR TRADE And our co-operative plan Is ** the only real plan that benefits the consumer . We want you to . test us thoroughly an > d decide whether or not we benefit our customers . A SAMPLE ORDER taken from our latest catalogue and grocery list , consisting of 23 Items that every family in the country need every week is selected and offered in this advertisement . This is not a bait- to attract your attention but a bona fide order , taken at our ¦ r . REGULAR CATALOGUE PRICES and will be sent you upon receipt of $ 1 . 00 to insure your good faith . You can examine every article and if everything Is just as represented and you are thoroughly pleased with the goods , pay Hie freight agent $ 9 and freight charges and take the goods . PRESENTS COST MONEY And we cannot afford to give you anything f...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Prize Story [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Prize Story j The first prize , for best story about the picture Catching the Thanksgiving Turkey , was won by Anna M . Titterington , Springfield , 111 . The prize ottered was a volume of Beautiful Joe , a companion book to Black Beauty , , the former being the autobiography of a dog , and the latter that of a horse . The second prize , choice of our stamped linens , was won by Frances E . McCoy , Middle Grove , 111 .

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

. Conundrums If we . turn an X-ray on . a dog s throat , wnat do we see ? Answer . The seat of his pants . Who is the shortest man mentioned in the Bible ? Answer . Peter , when he said gold and silver I have none . ¦ • Why is woman s wit like the telegraph ? ,. Answer . Because it is far ahead of mail ( male ) intelligence . Why is it unnecessary to import foreign dudes ? Answer . Because the Yankee dudell do ( Yankee doodle do ) . Why was Paul a pastry cook ? . Answer . When he went to . Philippi ( fill a pie ) . A man who lived in Bible days had five sons and on an occasion gave an entertainment for the benefit of the young people , to which he invited five young ladies—the daughters of a neighbor . After , the entertainment , when the time arrived for the young .-ladies to go home , the young men , not being up in social etiquette , the old gentleman found it necessary to-command them to see the young ladies to their homo . In doing so , in turn ; he embodied the name of each of...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

JS _ 7 __ * VOU CAN MAKE StO TO $ 30 ~ \ ^ tgfcJtl . lR Per day exhibiting our J ^ SPgflpP . rf Panoramic Cuban War \ W _ W 52 i _ lh : 2 * Exhibition Outfit • JV _ 7 J _ ZKW _ Everybody ia enthused over P * * T ? TTW ^ J X l 10 brilliant victories of our <_ *<* V * £ - ! p _ - WandNavy and the exhi . v j 3 ^ feVJ Dltlons nave only to be adver i _ Z __ Xp- ^ tised to bring : crowded houses t » - -UC _ > at good prices for admission . Clndlnitfi 2 PnI ,.. n -, e A Iko eomplcto onlttt , In- ¦ » ° mj . Cutfthii ° / J ?*«/ • *< l = l . ilonWel » U , ete . tor alltfio ParSoulSi __ S ™? ut ?? send or circulars with full Who oremaiM ?» £ ? leso £ testimonials from exhibitors Sears ! RnSXK .-l ? m . m & with our-outnts . Address , ™ . Roebuck & Co ., Inc ., Chicago , III .

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

FOR LA GRIPPE USE 5 DROPS . FOR 30 DAYS YOU CAN TRY IT FOR 25 CENTS . Bf Rheumatism . Sciatica and Catarrh ITtv ^ RlfSi CURED BY lU vijitfcfcl 5 PROPS Tliree Tears Ago . TfB DOC ORS PRONOUNCED HIM INCURABLE . ^_ W _ Wm He is Still Well and Writes , on Oct . IO . 1898 : I Feel It a Dutv ^__ W £ r That I Owe to Cod and Suffering Humanity to Announce to CTHftDE MARK . ) You and All the World What 5 Drops has Done for Me . Siberia , Perry Co ., Ind ., Jan . 29 , 1896 • SWANSON RHEUMATIC CUBE COMPANY .- -I would like to thank you for you great remedy , 5 DROPS , and tell you wlhat it has done for me . I had Rheumatism iu evenjoint and In the heart , and I . had Catarrh of the Head for 30 years . I was so poorly that I lost the use of my legs and arms , and could not move without pain . I was so crippled that I had done but little work for seven long years , and our family physician , a good doctor , told me that my Rheumatism and Catarrh were incurable , and I believed him . But now , af...

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Miss Willard s Independence [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Miss Willard s Independence F RANCES -WILLARD celebrated her eighteenth birthday by reading her first novel . Asshesat on : the : porch reading Ivanhoo , her fatheivcamo-up the steps . i ; • Whathave you there , he asked . ¦ One . of , Scott s novels . ; 7 ¦ .. ¦ . Havel not forbidden you to read novels ? You . forget what day it is , father . What 1 difference does tlie day make in the deed ? . . 7 .- . - .. A . great deal . I am IS to-day , and I do not have to obey any laws but those of God hereafter . . In . my judgment Tvanhoe is good to be read . . , The amazed father was tempted , for an instant to take the hook aSvay , then he said seriously : . She is evidently it chip of the old . Puritan block . That was the ., old-fashioned Protestant , declaration of independence . Mr . Wilinrd always had 11 whim of giving his personal attention to the purchase of his daughters wardrobes , taking only his own taste into consideration . Ho sent the girls a couple of red worsted hoods whi...

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

CHESS For Beginners THE FORCES AND THEIR POWERS . # „ $ _ THE KINGS are the most irnpor- _ W tant of the forces , as impending and certain capture of the King ends the game . The King is therefore the soul of the game—each player seeking to preserve bis own-King and to checkmate that of his adversary ., The move , of the King ( abbreviated , K ) is one square in any directionfrom the one he occupies to an unoccupied square . Thus , on an empty hoard a K can move from any corner square to . cither of three squares —one in rank , one in file and one in diagonal . From any other side square he can move to either of five squares—two in diagonal . And from any square not at the side of . the board , he can move to either , of eight squares—four in diagonals , two in rank and two in file . The K has once in -n game , unless forfeited , a special privilege of moving two squares , under conditions to be described in another article . -sXB , . jn , THE QUEENS are . true to the H 3 sf charact...

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

Those who write advertisers will confer a favor if they will mention this paper .

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Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

| Kidney 1 { Troubles { i . require prompt attention to prevent W | ? evil developments in tho human system , m m A case neglected means an early death to 0 0 tho afflicted . Tho best regulator for all i J0 kidney affections is i t Dr . Peter s J Blood | Vitalizer j 0 the old Swiss-German remedy—in con- w 0 stent uso for over 100 years . It seldom £ _ l fails to euro diseases caused by impov- _[ m erished or impure blood or from a dis- # 0 ordered stomach . j « No Drug-Store medicine ; is sold • 4 only by regular Vitalizer agents . 0 w Persons living where thero aro no 0 0 agents for Dr . Petet s Blood Vitalizer 0 x can , by sending $ 2 . 00 , obtain twolvo 85- _\ 9 > cent trial bottles direct from tho pro- W 0 priotor . This offer can bo obtained only 0 X once by the same person . _ [ 5 Write to DR . PETER FAHRNEY , 0 112-114 South Hoyne Ave ., Chicago . 0 WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT DOCfoVsWEANY , WOT tbe speedy ana permanent cure of all IERV 0 US , CHRONIC AND PRIVATE Dis...

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SOUTHWESTERN NEBRASKA . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

SOUTHWESTERN NEBRASKA . Mr . Editor : I spent ranch time looking up a location for . farming and stock raising . The best place I found is around- MeCook , Red Willow county . There is the finest land 1 ever saw . I farmed in the richest portion of Illinois , twenty years-, and fourteen in the best part of Missouri , but ; never worked a soil more productive than that out there . A man rented a farm and sowed seventy acres to- wheat and got 2 , 583 bushels . . His > share more than paid for ICO acres , of land . . There were thousands of acres where the crop on one acre would more than pay for two acres of land . Corn there was better than here . Alfalfa is a great crop . It yields three crops the driest seasons . Wm . Coleman got three tons per acre at one cutting . Cattle are not fed three mouths any winter , and some winters none . Since Dec . 1 st the ground , has been bare and roads fine . Seeding commences In February . Wm . Coleman showed us farms , for sale , and ...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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" Some Patriotic Names [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899

Some Patriotic Names AUNTY , can you send for the wash right away ? I asked , after explaining why 1 was in a ! hurry for it . I reckon I kin , sah , she replied , crossing Hie room and looking out of the window . Heah , yo Hobson , come heah ! she screamed , at some invisible person in tho yard . Sampson , why dont you come heah ? she screamed again , after waiting a few seconds . Yo Dewey , I wollop yo good less yo come heah d rectly ! she announced after another wait . Schley , I se puffectly shamed on yo . Why dont yo do like I tolo yo ? after another wait . I lambast yo fo . keeps , yo Shaftah , less you come heah this minute ! after another wait . Miles , what yo doin yo dont heah me ? I tells yo come heah ! after another wait . Yo Wheeler , I jest weahyo to a bone in anothah second ! after another wait . Why , aunty , I interrupted , as she opened her mouth for another effort , I never knew before you had so many children . I always thought Johnny was the only one . Yes , sah...

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