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Our Stamped Linens [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
Our Stamped Linens This week we offer ah exceedingly handsome design stamped 011 a twenty-two-inch centerpiece . It wild roses . and ! buds , which are carelessly , placed as if some of them had just dropped off from the spray . The piece may le worked , all ta white , but it would be more beantifcE with border worked in white and roses and leaves natural colors . Iff for , parlor table work the border pink like the flowers , but if for the dining table the white border Es daintier . The price of this twenty-two inch centerpiece , N » - 066 S , is 30 cents ; silks for working , rs cents extra , &lt; nr 55 cents for . both stamped linen and silks . . •¦ . . ,-. . ; Wfhat -prettier valentine c o n . I &amp; you send a dear friend or relative than one of these beautiful stamped linen pieces ? Bt would remind them every day ECU the year of your love and thoughtfulness . We think it a pretty idea to give something of this kind , or a nice book , in place ot the old-fashio...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
HEALTH , l»~~ GAM E, ~~—J- ! GOLD MINING I- « Mild winters , pure dry air , make % T the Climate Cure a success for * 4 all reduced in health . Splendid « J salmqn fishing , December to ? ? March . Trout later . Deer , bear , « J grouse in easy reach . Rich gold * ? -mining covers hundreds of square « J miles in tributary territory . Most f ? profitable fine fruit culture by ? J irrigation ; independentof rainfall . ? ? - - Power for manufactures ; ample # X raw materials and markets . Fine J ; ? opportunities for active men with « X little or large capital . Everybody * ? . prosperous . Developing rapidly . «&gt; J Great distributing center . • J 1 ¦ ¦ : * T Address , for free illustrated pamphlet . * t LEWISTON WATER &amp; POWER CO ., £ X Lewiston , Idaho , or Concord , Washington . £ »???»?????????»???»?» $ »» + &gt;
Scientific Home Lessons in Paint -ing and Di awing [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
Scientific Home Lessons in Painting and Di awing ( Copyrighted , 1898 , by Merlbah B . Williams Walker . All rights reserved . ) LESSON IX . —COLORS OF SUNLIGHT . C OLOR and light are usually spoken of as separate and distinct things , but it has been found by analysis that the white light of the sun contains three primary colors—blue , yellow and red . The rainbow is an illustration of the analysis of the white light of the sun . The drops of rain in the sky act like prisms and separate each ray into its different colors . A glass of water mar *&gt; e so placed in ¦ a . stream of light that the colors are separated and a rainbow or more properly a spectrum is formed . Other prisms may be • used and the colors carefully studied . A close inspection of the rainbow , or spectrum , will reveal the fact that beside the three primary colors—blue , yellow , ana red—there are four other colors—green De HOIIE OF NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE , CONCORD , MASS twee . n the blue and yellow , and...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
Good Blood ! Your heart beats over one hundred thousand times each day . One hundred thousand supplies of good or bad blood to your brain . Which is it ? If bad , impure blood , then your brain aches . You are troubled with drowsiness yet cannot sleep . You are as tired in the morning as at night . You have no nerve power . Your food does you but little good . Stimulants , tonics , headache powders , cannot cure you ; but &amp;&amp; ^ 21 will . It makes the liver , kidneys , skin and bowels perform their proper work . It removes all impurities from the blood . And it makes the blood rich in its lifegiving properties . , ; To Hasten Recovery ^ You will be more rapidly cured if you will take a laxative dose of Ayer s pills each night . They arouse the sluggish liver and thus cure biliousness . Write to our Doctors . We have the exclusive services of some of the most eminent physicians In . tbe United States . Write freely all the particulars in your case . H Address , ...
firs . Wlndslow ' s Soothing Syrup . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
firs . Wlndslow s Soothing Syrup . SfS - a ? na weI 1 trIca remedy , ana for over eS * £ w ar ? ,. h ?* been used by millions of mothTBTOTKI tl JSL I CHILDREN . while CUTTING child lLF 1 Hl Perf « ct success , it soothes the nuw . 5 ? , en ? the sums , reduces inflammation , ant + „ tl pa i n cures wltt &lt; 1 -colic , Is very pleas-dlarC-hn 6 £ a ? £ e V an ? ls the oest remedy for the wSfti S iS &amp; US drugSsts In every part of Birr-Trr !? P ^ OE . TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A sto «*» B L M . ? 6 ! F e ana ask for Mrs - Wlnalr ^ fwL 0 ^? , ? Syrup , and take no other kind . S 1 ^ PiS . rs i w , ! L flna lt the best medicine to use aanng the teething period .
A Valentine [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
A Valentine Dear little maid in tho scarlet hood , I know you re merry , I m sure you re good ; Your little blue skirt Is patched and frayed ; You ve a shoestring bow on your tousled braid , Your shoes are stubby and square and old , Your raveling mittens let In the cold ; But you pass each day when the school bell rings , Merrily making the best of things . Hopptty-skipp . ing , I watch you come , Arms entwined with a giggling chum , Borne on the crest of a wave of girls , A motley tossing of hoods and curls , Friends behind you nnd friends before , Surging in shouts to the schoolhouse doorHomely and happy , and shabby and proud , The laughing queen of the chattering crowd . Wise little mnld of the hundred friends , Cheerily taking what fortune sends , Your nose Is snub and your mouth is wide , ( I ve seen a cooky tucked whole inside !) And freckles . all over . your round cheeks lie Like , cinnamon sprinkled on pumpkin pie ; But yoiir eyes are gay , and your laugh is sweet , As yo...
Geographical Rebus [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
Geographical Rebus The first six who sent in correct lists of states in answer to the Geographical re bus are : Iiuverne Wiggins , Bloomingdnle , Mich . ; Lizzie Constance , New Richmond , Wis . ; Grace Ebbinghpus ; N . Manchester , Ind . ; Fern Hamlin ; Etna , Minn . ; Ernest R . Paull , Chicago , 111 . ; Irene- F .-Mctntyre , Ransom , 111 ; ; The prize book has been sent to each . For various reasons books were also sent to Mrs . M . B . Johnson , Waupun , Wis . ; Zelda Vanhorne , Warsaw , Ind . ; Irving R . Demont , Belding , Mich . ; Isessie Blodgett , Brookfield , Wis . ; Benjamin D . Baer , - Summerfield , 111 . ; Ray : W . Cole , Warsaw , Ind . ; Mrs . Nellie Lamont , Oregon , Wis . ; Mrs . H . A . Lubeno , Bassett , Wis . ; Mrs . R . W . Shblts , Oregon , Wis . The correct list of states is as follows Florida , Idaho , Dakota , Pennsylvania , Virginia , West Virginia , Maine , North Carolina , South Carolina , Nebraska , Nevada , Tennessee , Colorado , Kansas , Arkansas , De...
PUZZLE BOX [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
PUZZLE BOX 252-CHARADE . My first is quite a piece of ground , And so will very soon be found ; My whole is needed by my first , In my last dwell men , from best to worst . 253-ENIGMA . Composed of 10 letters . My 5 , 17 , 8 Is a fruit . My 15 , 2 , C , 13 is a shaft of a column . My 6 , 3 . 12 . 10 is a kind of nail . . My 9 , 14 , 12 , 18 , 10 is a name given to an animal . My 10 , 1 , 11 , 13 , 9 is a small bone of the body . My 10 , 4 , 7 , 0 . 3 is damp . My whole Is an old saying . 254 . —HIDDEN DOGS . 1 . All who understand this , say so . 2 . The sunset terminates the day . 3 . Say to them that err , I err also . 255 . —WORD SQUARE . 1 . Imperfect . 2 . To decline positively . 3 . A mixed mass . 4 . Formerly . 256 . —SCATTERED PROVERB . A health proverb , , dedicated-. to personswho are subject to colds—one word in each . sentence in the following series . 1 . Two beads are better than one if one Is a sheep s head .. 2 . It ls . a . cold , day when the politicians get left ....
New Patterns [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
New Patterns To obtain any of these patterns fill out pattern coupon on another page , giving name ,. address and number and sze of pattern wanted , and send to pattern department . National Rural , enclosing ten cents for each pattern . CHILDS DRESS , 7569 . An exquisite combination for the brown-haired little maiden is shown here In a pretty Shade of • 195 brown cashmere with burnt orange velvet and Irregular cream-colored insertion . Pretty combinations in this style are within the reach of every mother who can utilize a pattern of this kind in making down garments for small girls . Plaid , striped or mixed fabrics with plain cashmere , serge , mohair , cheviot or other woolen fabrics will combine satisfactorily , or the dress may be allof one material and braid , ribbon , gimp or insertion be used to decorate yoke , epaulettes , collar and cuffs . • • .- . ¦ . ;; To make this dress for a child of four years will require two yards of forty-four Inch material . The pattern , 7569 ...
WW Z ^^^ ' - :, Ll —I —/ - , 5 ^ 0 £ 2 v 1 ^^ - ^^ - ^ SoBfe ^ "¦¦ •'¦ .. ^ J [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
WW Z ^^^ - :, Ll —I —/ - , 5 ^ 0 £ 2 v 1 ^^ - ^^ - ^ SoBfe ^ ¦¦ •¦ .. ^ J * ^ Saint Valentine ( Copyright , 1 S 99 , by Cyrus Kehr . ) F EBRUARY 14 will be St . Valentines day , and you will all need some valentines and envelopes in which to send them to-your friends . Let us first make some envelopes . From the drawing you can learn how to make a pattern sheet from which you can cut the sheets of paper or blanks for any number of envelopes of one particular size and shape . On a sheet of paper larger than the envelope is to be draw a picture , A ,-showing one side of , the envelope , making the long edges five and - one-half inches long : and the short edgesrfour inches long . Then lay a ruler from . the ; : lower : left .. hand corner to the upper right hand corner , and along the ruler draw upon the paper a short line across the . middle of the picture of the envelope ! Do the same from the other two corners . The two pencil lines will cross each other , and where they cross is t...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
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A Happy Thanksgiving- [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
A Happy Thanksgiving- Prize Story . By Anna , M . Titerington , . ... .. . age 16 . T ACIC Robinson , who had gone to the &lt; J . war , had been lying in one of the hospital ships at the point of death for several months . So one day when papa Robinson brought a letter telling them that . lack would be home in time to eat Thanksgiving dinner with them , Neal and Ros » were overjoyed , and kept hopping about on one foot , exclaimlning , What fine stories he will have to tell us ! That evening . the children were very anxious to know what they were goiu « - to have for dinner on the all-important day . • We must have the big bronze gobbler ! said ISeal . . And cranberries , too , added Rose . . Aever mind ; children , said papa , I guess we can trust mamma to give us a flue dinner . .-.. ¦ . That week seemed dreadfullv long to-tb &gt; children , but the day before Thanks ^ ivin Anally arrived , and Mrs . Robinson said to Rose and Neal , Children , are you going to hel...
* . w If I Were a Man [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
* . w If I Were a Man If I were a sailor across the blue seas , American , German , whatever you please ; , Ot whatever nation , or people , or clan , ; Id hoist my true colors , If I were a man ) Be certain I would , if I were . a man . If I were a Christian , of whatever church , Inever would give my religion the lurch ; Whatever Its doctrines , its creed , or its plan , Id live by my colors , If I were a man , Wherever I was , if I were a man ! If I were . In politics up to my throat , Nobody should question or bid for my vote . Id march straight ahead , with the best of the van , •• ¦ - - . Id follow my colors , If I were a man , Clear : througb to the front , if I were a man ; I never would wait for a minute to guess What party was likely to win , more or less ; &gt; But choosing the right way , as any one can , Id stand by my colors , if I were a man , As long as life lasted , if I were a man .
Ned ' s Valentine [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
Ned s Valentine She has not . rosy cheeks , Nor eyes that brightly shine ; Xor golden curls , nor teeth like pearls , This valentine of mine ! But ,: oh , she s Hist the dearest ; . The truest and the best ; And one more kind you will not find In many a long day s quest . , Her cheeks are faded now , Her dear old eyesare dim ; Her hair s like snow , her steps are slow , Her figure isnt trim ; But oh ! and oh ! I love her , This grandmamma of mine ; • I wish that she for years may be My own dear valentine ! - - • . •