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Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
1 YOU CAN USB Coiled Spring , Cable , Barbed or Smooth Wire in our $ 10 MACHINE And Build the BEST Wire Fence at 16 to 24 Cents per Rod . Agents Wanted . Write for Catalog 3 BOWEM CABLE STAY FENCE CO . Box 70 Norwalk , 0 .. U . S . A . . m ^ gH ^ Hmrm ^ iwii . iwu ^^ Alexis , Illinois . I never feel so good as when I am selling a neighbor Page fence , as I know from experience I am doing him a favor . CHARLIE STRONG . PAGE WO . VEN WIRE FENCE CO ., ADRIAN , MICH . _ Wr- __ mv ^ . a ~__^—MM _\~ w ~_ an __ m $ S MJ ^ MHI Miaa lBB W MI MliiiMv _ U ^ f ^^^ Hn —— ^ MMM — IMWM ^ B z ^ H WE GIVE AWAY Nothing but the most convincing proofs that our Chain-Stay fence is incomparably the best stoclc-coiifiner and crop-protector ever made by man . These are free—no postage . Send- for them . • CHAIN STAY PENCE CO ., 10 Miller St ., Sterling , III mmW £ _ F * W _ % m ™_\_ % . • gggw ^ ggfinon _ W _ m _\_\ w ^_^^_\ l ___ fpOR ^ iS DOULiAR ^ it YOlfOAU BlflLVSOltiCMESmGKr , , _\ | 100 RQDWWQYEN WI...
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW SUPPLY AND MOVEMENT OF GRAIN . I January 31 , 1899 ... It is now claimed that only . 25 . per cent . of the wheat crop of the northwest still remains iu farmers hands . The English visible supply of w . heat decreased 454 , 000 bu last week , against 392 , 000 bu decrease the-same week last year . - . • The world s corn shipments last week were • 4 , 832 , 000 : bu , against 3 , 944 , 000 bu the week previous and 5 , 498 , ° 00 bu the same week last year . The visible s &gt; ply of wheat increased 310 , 000 • bu last week , ^ acre 500 , 000 bu increase was expected and wiii .-e there was 551 , 000 bu decrease the same week last year . - The visible supply of grain in the United . States and Canada on tho dates named was as follows : Jan . 28 , Jan . 21 , Jan . 20 , 1899 .- 1899 . 1898 . Wheat , bu 28 , 583 , 000 28 , 273 , 000 30 , 602 , 000 Corn , bu .. 27 , 139 , 000 26 , 081 , 000 40 , 581 , 000 • Oats , bu 7 , 025 , 000 0 , 080 , 000 15 , 112 , 000 R...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
INDEX TABLE OF PRICES FOR THE . WEEK ENDING JANUARY 28 , 1899 . — : ;—; ~ : : ~\ ¦ ; T ~ ~ Food Products , Etc Monday . Tnesday . Wedn ay . Thnrsd y Friday . Sntnrday Average . Wheat , No . 2 red , per bushel Z ~ ml ~ ^~~ . •! % .. ¦ ¦ _ - -lS r , - ? , SIt S 18 Corn , No . 2 , per bushel 80 . 8616 . 807 o . 375 . 3726 . J 775 . 37 SSt &amp; SSfiaa-:::. -:-::::: S T | 6 f f 5 . : B -f 1 ggfStSSiS ^ . ^^ :: ; ::::::: .: S 8 | 8 | 8 : | , ; S 8 : | . 8 : &amp; Po &amp; oes . average , per bushel . 8325 . 34 . 34 . 34 . 3625 . 362 a MV &gt; Butter , averaeecreamery ............ . 641 . . 152 . . 162 . . . 152 . IB . IB . . M _ SsS ^ ir ^^ -:::: f : 35 __ . ? : &amp; . 5 : 8 : ! : S ¦ ? fo ? : &amp; . Na ^ BlanHeTbnsheir . 1 . 125 1 . 125 1 . 125 1 . 125 1 . 125 1 . 125 1 . 1275 Onions , per bushel 40 . 40 . 40 . 45 . 45 . 45 . 485 Index average for the week - . • &gt; &gt; ... i . a _ . Live Stock . • Monday . Tuesday . We...
GBANDFATffKR'S . REMINISCENCES ., [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
GBANDFATffKRS . REMINISCENCES ., Mr . John Wolfe , of Mapleton , la ., relates the following : I have read a-great deal in the Christian Oracle and other papers about- the cures effected by Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer . I can remember hearing my grandfather and father speak of tlie great skill of old Dr . Peter , the grandfather of Dr . Peter Fahrney , the present proprietor of the Vitalizer . He was for years their family doctor in Washington Co ., Md . Their names were Hamilton . My grandfathers name was George and my father s Frank . A medicine cannot live a century unless it possesses merit . It is oyer one hundred years since Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer was discovered by old Dr . Peter Fahrney . It is a combination of herbs , roots and leaves . It has been doing a grand worlt of blood purification ever since . Not to be had in drug stores . Sold- only by special local agents . For further information write to Dr . Peter Fahrney , 112-114 South Hoyne Ave ., Chicago , 111 .
» » - _ - _ ' ^ _ - '_ r '' t ~ 'TP' ^ 'v- _ v ^'_ -s- ' — ' ^"_ ^ f * . . ^ * «> f ¦ ¦ - . • . ¦ | I A MONEY f ! SAVING I SYSTEM . t * ' .. X [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
» » - ___ - _ ^ _ - _ r _^_ t ~ TP ^ v- _ v ^_ -s- — ^_ ^ f * . . ^ * «&gt; f ¦ ¦ - . • . ¦ | I A MONEY f ! SAVING I SYSTEM . t * .. X 4 • We believe every careful buyer appreciates the fact that the manufacturer . f * C § K conducting his business on a strictly cash and direct to the consumer basis , &amp; T gives the greatest value for the dollar . Companies doing business this way are T 4 . enabled to figure the selling price much . lower than concerns doing business on 4 * K the credit plan . Receiving cash for every sale , they contract no bad debts , and j |» T are not obliged to overcharge one customer to make up the losses on others . jf * 4 The manufacturer who sells for cash usually buys , for cash , and to pay 4 &gt; T cash for material is to under buy competitors who pay by note or buy on long X 4 ¦ time contracts . To sell for cash is to undersell competitors who sell on time * $ » (&amp; or the installment plan . „ g &gt; T The f...
Page 35 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
Elkhart Carriage and Harness Mfg . \(^„ aMM- Esta ^ , ! . ¦¦ ¦¦ •¦ . •• . % ¦ . ; . • ..--:-- • . ¦• ELKHART , INDIANA . ¦ - l \ A -P /^ 4- NO . 707- EXTENSION TOP SURREY . m Not including lumber sheds . ; . - . ¦ No . 707 is equal in every respect to similar styles sold at retail for One Hundred Dollars . Our price , C . Q . D . with pole or shafts , $ 72 . 00 Our price , cash with order , - 60 . 84 « T , YOU ; N ~ R sk m , ¦ j _^__ . • __ _____ $ - No . 606-LIQHT END SPRING SURREY . ¦ - ¦ . • - : - ¦¦ ¦¦ .. . ; ¦¦ ¦ ¦ No . 606 is complete with curtains , apron and sun shade . As good as sells for Ninety Dollars ¦ . . . Our price , CO . D . with pole or shafts , $ 58 . 00 Our price , cash with order , ------- 56 . 25 ¦ SEND FOR LARGE FREE CATALOGUE SHOWING ALL -OUR . DIF FERENT STYLES OF VEHICLES AND HARNESS . ffi ^^^^^ ffinj ^ jHr ^^^^ f : ——— : —^~ ; • ¦ — — - : - * . I * T I $ $ 4 &gt; ¦ - ¦ * f » 4 » . . ¦ .- . . _ .- -.... ¦ _ .. - . . ; . ; ¦ -. .. 4 ^ . Ns . - \ /^^ ...
Page 36 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
IVE THOUSAND fflLBS AWAY .. . . ^ t . M . i . &lt; . &lt; . &lt; . &lt; You can e ^&lt;^ e ^ v % !^ Q ^« ^ p . c ^* Same as others shade and lamps « ¥ » 4 $ 60 . 00 58 . 20 No . 216—CANOPY TOP THREE SPRING CARRIAGE . Our No . 2 J 6 is complete with side curtains , storm apron , sun sell for Ninety Dollars ¦ • Our price , C . O . D . with shafts , Our price , cash with order , ; ELKHART , INDIANA ELKHART CARRIAGE AND HARNESS MFG . CO Entire Line . No . 725- STANHOPE WITH LAnps AND FENDERS . Few dealers handle anything the style of our No . 725 . Those who do charge from $ 35 to $ 45 more than our price . Our price , C . Q . D . with shafts , $ 65 . 00 Our price , cash with order ,---63 . 05 3 s : : ; ; « g » I k : . j | 00111111 I ¦¦¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ f . 4 , ¦ . I 4 * ^? = » -TifiTirtrP ^^ 5 a = jL __ 3 ^^^ aP «&amp; . 4 X j | j . j |* 4 « . . «§&gt; 4 4 » . J * 4 &gt; 4 * . 4 * J J 4 / *§* «§» . J t I . t &lt;§* . ag * 4...
Page 37 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
SHIP OUR HARNESS FOR EXAMINATION ^ ^ the same as we do our vehicles . We have so much confidence in our ability to WE i f •?¦&lt;?¦•&amp;&lt;&amp;•&amp; •&amp; please our customers that we are willing to take all the risk , if there is any . We do not feel that there is any risk , however , for we think our harness is even better than we claim . At any rate we are continually receiving letters from our customers who actually claim more W our harness than we do . We have one of the finest equipped harness factories in the country 4 &lt; e-p . X * % ^ J „ * j No . 202-TEAM No .. 202 is HARNESS a about $ 8 . 00 less than others -will charege top . PADS , with hooks and tenets J inch . TRACES , ty _ inch , 6 feet £ very good and reliable team harness . It will give you good service .- Our price is * V HAHES , red , iron wer J inch . HIP STRAPS , you harness better . BRIDLES , ^ -inch , sensible blinds , round reins and winker stays...
Ruptured 20 Years [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
Ruptured 20 Years Wonderful Cure of a Well Known Citizen of Wisconsin . R . M . Wilsie s Good Fortune in Overcoming His Affliction . It is a piece of good fortune to relate the fact that there is a cure for rupture . Some people contend that only a surgeon with a knife and a needle can bind the broken place MR . E . M . WILSIE , Brandon , Wis . together , but the experience of R . M . Wilsle , of Brandon , Wis ., completely upsets this theory . There Is a doctor in Adams , ~ N . Y ., who has discovered a marvelous system of treatment that not only retains any Ulna of a rupture but also causes the muscles to grow together . Mr . Wilsle heard of it and gave it a test . The results were astonishing . Although 61 years of age and badly , ruptured for more than twenty yeaa-s , Mr . Wilsie began to mend at once and was perfectly cured in a remarkably short time . Today he is hale and hearty , a tine looting gentleman and completely restored from the slightest trace of rupture . He natural...
Selling-Out at Auction [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
Selling-Out at Auction SERVES some women right , said old Mrs . Magruder-when the conversation beganto lag : What does ? asked her neighbor , who stood . with her apron over her head waiting to hear- the latest gossip . Trying to beat the rest of the world . You ve heard about Min Stevens and the auction , havent you ? No ? Well , it s too good . They were going to have an auction over at Fitch s , right across the street from where Min lives , aiid Min asked if she couldnt put in an easel and a couch and a lamp , things she had been trying to give away for a long time . Cost her ten cents to get the things taken over to Pitch s . When the auctioneer put up the lamp somebody bought it for fifteen cents . Then the easel brought ten cents ; that is twenty-five . An old maid in the crowd bid seventy-five cents for the couch . Min thought shed raise the bid in the hope that the old maid would go higher . Well , they seesawed until the old maid bid a dollar arid for-ty-five cents . Then ...
A Homeopathic Cure [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
A Homeopathic Cure A PHYSICIAN and his friend were standing on the street corner of a Virginia town where they were spending a few days , says Short Stories . Their attention was amusingly arrested by the sight of an old darky belaboring the flanks of a mule in a vain persuasion to make him move on . At last the doctor was appealed to . Say , boss , Ill give yo five dollahs ef yoll make dis hyer mule go . . . . . With a sly wink , the physician opened his case and . took out his hypodermic syringe , filled the needle with an acid , and sent it into the hindquarters of the mule . The effect was magical . With a wild plunge the mule went tearing down the street , with the darky after him , the-bystanders roaring witli laughter . A short time afterward the darky , dustcovered and panting , approached again . Say , boss , how much was de wuffi of dat stuff yo done squht in dat mule ? Oh , said the doctor , about ten cents . Down went the darky s hands , in his jean pockets . He fished o...
Page 38 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
NOTHING ^ igSL Will afford ynu the relief from \ j mm _ 2 , y ° ur aches and pains like our y &amp; SBffl ^ Sai Family Battery—it will cure TB ^ Sffl Rheumatism , Neuralgia and ( glHglS many other diseases . Write for ^*&lt; S &lt; = «^ our Free book on Electricity . McINTOSH BATTERY CO , Chicago , III . w £ M _ M BEAUTIFUL HAIR ) • sSXaaeT ™ E NEW KATHARION INSURES IT . \ sGw ?&gt; . &gt; A $ -00 Standard Remedy OCw af n now reduced to . ZOG . ^ *** tt pnslllTely remoTei dandraff , prertnti baldncsi , and promotes the TlgoroM eronth orthefanlr . Warranted- to prevent cut . balr non prematurely turning grey . Strong endorsements dnrlna wm 1 * nan . To IntroJnco It In your nelshborhood will send SjMJ !»«» B » « 10 e . Fn treatment to hut 6 month ., i _ . KWJJUunii rent poat paid . Large dliconnl to Igtnts . Pull dt » ol » on » TOjSTety paokace . Addrera Sole Proprietors , FUBULMITON t , CO .. HBO ? VineoihiM in , CW »( k
Page 38 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
ON 30 DAYS TRAM .. _____^ S __ Sss _ THIS NEW tfSSBklJSIIC ^ TRDSS _ W ___ W __ w _ W ^^ as a ^ a ^ different from all Kgp a = ^^ S ! S £ | y ^ others . iscupshape . withselfWi AsndjustingBall in center , adaptsitself ^ fi . _ m to all positionsof the body . while the ^ fri 1 nir ^ ball iu the cup presses back the intestin -t . . lust ns a person does with , the . ; -. firiKer . With light pressure the Hernia is held securely day and nlght . and a radical cure certain . It is easy . durableand cheap . Sentby mail . Circulars free . C . U . 15 HULKST 0 N i CU „ 210 BASUN 1 C TEBPXE , CHICAGO . DER Uf CTTIUfS CUBED . Sample FEEE . SJCW-BBEB llilV ! Dr . F . E . Moy , moominSton , 111- USUI UJCTTINP CUBED . BOX FREE . MlstSLU nLIIIIlb souri Bemedy Co ., St . Louis , Mo .
Page 38 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
,, „ , „ , _ Catron , lowa , Sept . 3 , 98 . Mr . Frank Sehrage , Chicago , 111 . Dear Sir :. After having suffered with rheumatism for twelve years , I sent and got- three ( 3 ) bottles of your ? 1 , 000 , 000 Rheumatic Cure . When I had taken two of themI felt great relief , so I sent for a case , and have kept it on hand ever since .. I have cheerfully recommended . It to many , and . they have oenetltted thereby . For four years I have been free from rheumatism and out of misery . Respectfully yours , . ¦ . August Stuak . Sold by the trade generally or cent to all porta of the world on receipt of price , $ 1 . 60 a bottle . Circulars and testimonials mailed . FRANK SCHRAGE , Druggist and Chemist , 977 North Clark St ,, Chicago WE WANT A WOMAN of energy and ability In every county ; a bualness woman who expects to devote all her time to business and Is not satisfied with half-work and half-pay , but Is willing to do good work and wants good pay . Address P . B . Marsh &am...
FARMES' ALLIANCE .- [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
FARMES ALLIANCE .- To The Members , of the Farmers Alliance &amp; industrial Union : ! have inade n- careful investigtitlon from the best sources of reliable information about the Swanson . Rheumatic Cure Co . s Heinedles , and found that they were giving good • satisfaction .: I therefore deem It but an act of simple justice to our members to say , that 1 believe that the claims made by the Company for their remedies will be fully realized by those who will give them a fair audi reasonable trial . Yours fraternally , Jno . C . ¦ Huniey , Business Agent R A . &amp; I . U . St . Paul , Minn ., Oct . 28 th , 1898 . Bead the advertisement of Swanson Rheumatic Cure Co ., headed For Da Grippe ; Use 5 Drops , which appears in this issue .