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A Wonderful Book [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
A Wonderful Book If : the doubting reader . who is not familiar with the value of the method of treating sickness aud disease set forth in the New Hygiene could see our mail . he would quickly be converted ; For example , one of our Oregon friends writes : lam well and heatry as a buck . My rheumatism , and pleurisy have left me , and all on account of the new remedy . I would not do without it for any consideration whatever . If you know of any , one th . at is suffering with the : above complaints advise them , as . you did me , to use this remedy , and persevere in using it andto stop taking drugs , and I will guarantee their rheumatism will leave them , sure pop . Dozens of others .. write- in the same strain . Some tell of cures -of dyspepsia , constipation , piles , kidney disease , indigestion . One says it cured him after twelve doctors had given him .. up . One said after spending $ 50 On a doctor for the cure of rheumatism he was told that he would be a cripple for life , ...
Enlarged Prostate Cured [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
Enlarged Prostate Cured Wonderful Record of the Famous Solvent- Alterans Method and its Certainty to Cure . - A Michigan Man s . Recovery from Enlargement of the Prostate Gland . A man should always count the cost before he submits to a surgical operation for prostafc trouble . There is the cost ii . nervous , energy ranged , by-the shock to the nervous system : the danger , from blood poisoning ; the cost in t vne for . the operation and time for the wounds to heal ; the cost in physical suffering and the great risk of the operation Itself . SIR . L . C . DUSTIN , KALAMAZOO , MICH . &amp; r 0 f ^!» £ &amp; Sea - use the &lt; Stbrte ? P CTeri tuif to ^ SPW 01164 to nnd the pa n and inconvenience from hi J flY ? ter had caused him to consult eight dTfforLl 56 ? 80 sieians in the hope of some viSat JSeren , e Ph - V most killed him by usinl leftli B ™ ey £ aa « bougies to remove the obsfructlof S 0 Unds and w ^^ Sn ^ ffgSTfflSW MS eye = * system and lie determi...
Page 39 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
ft aTCI 1 Tsecuredormoneyallretnrnod . Setirchfree . I AI IL 111 Collamer &amp; Co . 1 3 5 B ot ., Wash . » . 0 . dp lloC » K * arms tor saleTS 2 pcr ~ acre cashibalalIBB fc ^ ro ^ nlil paid-7 JJ- * lulhall . Siouii r ^ lt ^ JjjjB ONE CENT FO R A n ||| Uj Breech loader , and guaranteed . You can U UIV and out how to get this gun by addressing *™ ~ w ™ Amateur Sportsman . 87 H Park Place , N . Y . I ^ OJr * SA . I &gt; E ; . A farm of 1 ( 10 acres in Gage county , southeastern Nebraska , two miles from town ; all tillablelarge young orchard ; flue grove ; good laret house ,-iiid barn ; finest water wind mill corn crib nnd other buildings . Call or write W . P . LOBPER ,, Dlller . Nebraska ! f-f c ^ VICTORIA WAVES || l | and POMPADOUR BANGS j ^^ gj AUK THE PREVAILING STItl ^ S MM WIGS and . HAIR mSa For Ladies and Gents ir specialty . | J » Bangs , Waves and Switches o £ all styles . Pompadour Bangs are the latest Sen * l for Catalogue and prices . B . C . STREHL CO , ...
Page 39 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
Waterloo Electric Cure . A snnltarlum for the treatment of chronic dl » - Mies . The best equipped Institution for electrtcal treatment in the west . Static , Galvanic , P * radlc and Sinusoidal electricity administered to any diseased organ . Skilled gentleman and lady assistants . Large experience In the treatment of chronic disease * by electricity . Electricity especially beneficial i ? nervous diseases , diseases of women , dtabetta . Bright s disease , disorders of stomach , bowel * , liver , kidney and spleen . Catarrh of nose an * throat , etc . For full particulars address , WAT ERLOO ELECTRIC CURE , 210-212 West Fourth St ., • Waterloo , Iowa . l \ t A ^ NBSS 4 HEAD NOISBS CURED I J M -1 _ h \ 1 ™ My Tubular Cushions help when __ *—* * ¦ all else falls . As glasses help eyes . Whispers heard . No pain . Invisible . V . HiscozT 8 S 3 B dway . N . y . sole depot . Send tor book and proofs Fret
Page 40 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 2 February 1899
2 g ! 18 &amp; £ W tt ! ttt &amp; 8 / Bl 8 B _ i l S _ 1 ^^ Quality ^ Price Considered 1 ft j I # lG ^^ The CHICAGO SCALE CO , J ^ Ji I iSBS ^ SK • HaveNo Competitors . . ; MSk &amp; 5 * I i ^^^^^^^^ S The ^ ^ y * Grain Stock , Coal and Cotton ; Scales ^ SI ( K §^| gf I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ stand atthe head in quality and are sold : * Y ^ iI ^ ^ S ^ * I . at lowest prices . - - ^ 4 ^^ ^^^ j | f- There are . -other-companies , manufacturing especially among farmers , who will yuy antblag in price it is furnished almost as low as the » first-class scales , none of which arc in . any . way because it is cheap , consequently there are a few p 0 Or apologies for scales which are sold by irre- § g superior to the Chicago Scale Company s , buttne foundries and , blacksmith shops about the conn- sponsible concerns . This company are also mak- » * 5 enormous expense which they are at for rents try , and a few notion and mail order houses In -, ¦ ¦ ¦ : ¦ ¦ ¦¦¦ ¦ - ¦ ,- • * ¦ ...
TABLE ^ OF CONTENTS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
TABLE ^ OF CONTENTS OURBENT AFFAIRSNews Notes .... . 175 ; Bad for the Farmers 176 Out in the Cold . 176 Reform Marriage-Laws . . V .. 176 : Government of the Philippines 176 Commission to the Philippines ......... 177 • A Government by the Whim of a • President .. .. .... .............. . 177 ¦ Bx-Gov . Horace Boies on Finance 177 RURAL- AFFAIRS— -- The Principles of Agriculture ......... 178 ¦ Editorial Notes ..... . .. | 178 . . Making Ewes Own Lambs . 178 Improving the Common Hen . 180 Feeding for Eggs . 180 Bee . Moths—Bee Houses . 180 Goose Breeding 180 The Best Variety of Strawberries . 181 Small Fruits and Ornamental Shrubberyl 81 ; Landlord and Tenant 182 Farming in South Dakota . 182 Whose Advice Must We Follow .. . 182 Prize Hog Barn- and Pen ...:........ . 183 . Evolution of Our Native Fruits ........ 183 Great Meeting of Horticulturists ..... . 184 • Hot House Lambs in Ohio .. .... 184 • Poultry Notes . 185 : Money in Rape .- . 186 Stimulative Feeding 186 Let the Blood ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
Mrs . Alfred Clarke , of Hite-. wan , * Manor Co ., Iowa , hass been the moth-11 er of four f children . Now | she says : I I am about to become a mother i again , and I . I have been troub- , led with moraine sickness and vomiting . I could I Ijf not eat any break- JH fast ; but two days I II . ago I began taking [ your Favorite Pre-U scription twice a day , iti a teaspoonful at a | time , and I am pleased ^ to say that I have noO had a vomiting spell for two mornings . The Favorite Prescription relieves morning sickness and the other discomforts of the -oeriod ¦ preceding motherhood by purifying the whole system and by strengthening and ¦ invigorating the special organs involved . Morning . sickness is due to the efforts of ¦ nature to remove from 7 . the body every bit ; of ^ impurity which- might - offset the health of the . _ . little one to come .. ; . The £ ~ direct cause of the nau- ¦¦ sea is an , irritation- of ¦ . . the nerves of the feminine organism , which have , a symp...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
WE SFII DIRECT TO &amp; AT ONE-HALF TUC \ DEALERS PRICES . ririiirn te jjjggggy yvsi * 0 H Pii : * ra &lt;&gt; - * -: Sff-3 6 NB New Disc Harrow , Grain Drill Throwing tho earth all oneway . Revolutionizes the method of Eecding , as tho twine binder did tho harvest . Discs Ghi in . and 9 in . apart . Send for circular . DEATH TO HIGH PRICES . M-ln . Sulky Plows , Sffi . 16-in . S . B . Plows , $ 9 . Kolling Coulter , Extra § 1 . 60 . M-T . Lever Harrow , $ 7 . 60 . Mowers , S 29 . 10 . Ridine Gane Plows . $ 85 . 12-16 Diso Harrow , S 16 . Hay Rakes , $ 11 . 65 . Wagons , Buggies , Harness , Sewing Machines , Cane and Older MillB . Hay Tools and 3000 other things at one-half dealers prices . Oatalogue free . llaiigood Plow Co ., Box 21 * J , Al (« -
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
Potash Tf NOUGH of it must be ¦ * - * contained in fertilizers , otherwise failure will surely . result . See that it is there . Our books tell all . about fertilizers . They ; are sent free to all farmers applying for them . ( JERMAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., New York . . eZ AI PCPtRN WAlixEDtoseU goods to ^^ ^^ , l * - * J ^ wholesale and retail trade T ^ lQO » er month and expenses . Address wi th stamp BlIII MFG . CO ., Box 8 , HILTOH JIUCTIOH , WIS . r ^ MjC ] Quilt Patterns . ^ r / ^ T ^^ aPv ^ sw ) We want every qnilter to have / - ^ Sfess / - ^ Ksijp ^ our D 0 ° k ot 400 Designs , con- /^ a ^ a . ^ J ^ m talnlnB the prettiest , queerest , w 88 L _ , _ , fal scarcest . mostgrotesqne patterns , ^^ r ^^ o K ^ sllll from old log cabin to stars and , « irS « iB lS \ jnSa puzzle designs . 7 tb revised edl- • * V-X . ^^ - ^ l / v ^ - ^^ Won ; beautiful and unique . All IwJ JS ^^ fL m- i sent postpaid for ten cents . ^¦•^¦ l ™ r-ADIES ABT CO ., 203 fT ^ 0 ^ I Pine St ., B 108 , S...
CURRENT AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
CURRENT AFFAIRS The treaty of peace with Spain was ratified by the senate Monday afternoon , February , 6 , the vote being 57 to 27 , only one more than the two-thirds majority required . ¦ z According to a special dispatch received from Manila by way of Hongkong , more than 400 Spanish , prisoners have enrolled themselves in Aguinaldo s army . Among them is a former officer of engineers . V . ¦ . ¦ ¦¦ .. .-.. ¦ The Republica , the oflicial organ of the -Filipinos , announces thatthe congress at Malolos has adopted the Philippine constitution , passed a vote of confidence in Aguinaldo and empowered him to declare war-on the Americans whenever he may deem it advisable . —•— ¦ —•——— • London has had a surprising bank robbery . Over £ 60 , 000 were taken from Parr s bank in that city . Jan . 23 and on the 26 th the chairman of the bank announced at a meeting of the shareholders that £ 40 , 000 in the biggest notes had been returned to the bank by mail . . ¦ s ——- The Spanish government...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
PublishedjjjWeekrygbylthe rz ^ j - ¦ Sg ^? iT z _ Howard &amp; Wilson Publishing Company , JMADISON and FRANKLIN STS ; , CHICAGO . Gen . C H . Howard , Jas . W . Wilson , • MANAGING EDITOB . BUSINESS M ANAGEB . Subscription rates , One DoUar a year of 52 numbers ., Single copies five cents . Advortlslug rates made known on application . E . S . THAIN , Manager Advertising Department . All communications should be addressed NATIONAI- BUBAIi ANDFAMIIiT MAGAZINE , Chicago , 111 . EASTERN OFFICE ( for advertising department only ) : Frank S . Smith , 4 Times Building , New York . Entered at the Chicago Postofflce as Second-class Matter . Copyright , 1898 , by Howard &amp; Wilson Publishing Company .
Government of the Philippines [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
Government of the Philippines C ONSIDERABLE ado was made last week in the Senate over two resolutions offered by anti-expansionists , one by Senator Bacon of Georgia and one by Senator Sullivan of Mississippi . There really seemed to be no good reason why the President or anyone who is anxious to have the treaty ratified should object to either of these resolutions . The Bacon proposition declares that American occupation of the Philippines shall be temporary , and that the Filipinos shall be permitted to establish an independent government when fitted for self-government . The Sullivan resolution is as follows : That the ratification of the pending treaty with Spain shall i ! n no wise determine the policy to be pursued by the United States to regard to the Philippines ; nor shall it commit this government to a colonial policy ; nor is it intended to embairrass the establishment of a stable , independent government by- the people of those islands whenever conditions make such a pro...
Bad for the , Farmers [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
Bad for the , Farmers R ECKLESS assertions concerning embalmed meat and canned roast beef from which the extract of beef has been taken , are likely to do much . harm . If General Miles ¦ cannot sustain by proof his talk as to these things , he is not only hurting a great and prosperous business , but he is liable to ¦ destroy a good market for our meats abroad and so greatly injure our farmers and live stock raisers , who are just beginning to realize again fair prices for their beef product . In the letter from William E . Curtis in the daily Record the views of the Secretary of Agriculture are stated , and as Mr . • Curtis is reliable in his reports , we quote : The Secretary of Agriculture says if General Miles has evidence to show the packers have been poisoning the soldiers he regrets exceedingly that he does not submit it to the proper authorities and make the truth known . German newspapers are publishing General Miles statements and using them as weapons with which to light...
Out in the Cold . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
Out in the Cold . A FARMER would not think of leaving his hoiso standing out in the cold without careful blanketing . If the horse is harnessed and so unable of himself to get to shelter , his owner is the more careful to select a sheltered place for his animal and to provide a wanner and better covering than lie would have in the stable . Whether our average farmer ; is as thoughtful about the comfort of his hired man or , indeed , for his own or that of any member of- his family , is sometimes called in question . The rule often is , first to care for the animals and next expect the men , to have common sense enough to look out for themselves . If , however , a well-to-do farmer were to take his team and family out of an evening , with a hired . man . to drive , to some party or neighborhood meeting ,-provision would be made for the driver as well as the team to have a comfortable place . Rich people , in the cities , have not always been as mindful of their employes . It is repor...