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Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

/ • JJIIP^ WASHDAY ^ S ^^ PwSif J ^ 6 eas > by -The World s ¦ liL ^* ^ fiil Washer . Wasfies easy , clothes vMV / 3 VW clean , white as snow . , By my T B / OTM 8 j \ yo , P a > to l a World s ^ VK ^ jgSJVv Washerafter you have tried It // 1 ^ \ 3 i 3 ; n < 1 hlive found It satisfactory . /// * \\ Circnlnrs free . 3 I nay freight . IM Vc , E . KOISS , , . 306 CleiuTlt . Lincoln , Illinois , . $ 60 for ^^| Sewing Machines Slit . ^^ = fc n 3 We sell every reliable Sewing Afachine lfl ! t !! £ flHfiSj 9 Rggi ^ r > l &| lG We emnloy no airRnte , pay na RIM A h ^ Sei cc-mmiEsions , -which enables us to usvc { arai \ ± d $ B & vou from » JS to ¥ 40 on anv Sewing M * v ^ fjf \ iTjBtSffr enme you may select . . AH machines onwd - ^ • JWii ^^^ Sffill new , guaranteed latest improved , with « n > £ mK arM attachmentF , and warranted for Jftyears . t . ^ OrASSn ^ nll ( Satisfaction guaranteed or moneyrcfund . o E If...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW SUPPLY AND MOVEMENT OF GRAIN . Chicago , Feb . 7 , 1899 . The visible supply of grulu In the United States and Canada on the dates named was as follows : . Feb . 4 , Jan . 28 , Feb . 5 , 1899 . 189 U . 1898 . Wheat , bu 28 , 984 , 000 28 , 583 , 000 36 , 022 , 000 Corn , bu .. 28 , 208 , 000 27 , 130 , 000 39 , 505 , 000 Oats , bu . ...... 7 , 038 , 000 7 , 025 , 000 14 , 766 , 000 Eye , bu 1 , 567 , 000 1 , 441 , 000 3 , 596 , 000 Barley , bu 3 , 211 , 000 3 , 335 , 000 2 , 693 , 000 Changes In the visible supply for the wee * were as follows : Wheat , Increase , 401 , 000 bu . ; corn , Increase , 1 , 069 , 000 bu ; oats , 13 , 000 bu ; rye , Increase , 120 , 000 bu ; barley , decrease , 124 , 000 bu . Local stocks were posted : Wheat , In store , 3 ,- 897 , 000 bu , Increase 88 , 000 bu ; corn , In store , 8 ,- 798 , 000 bu , increase 307 , 000 bu ; afloat , 2 , 525 , 000 bu , Increase 402 , 000 bu oats , In store , 1 , 378 , 000 bu , decrease 73 , 000 bu ; ry...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Favorites of Time [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

The Favorites of Time How the Matron Preserves Her Matron Maiden Beauty Has old Father Time his favorites ? It would seem go . Two-young- girls , sisters-or schoolmates , assume the responsibilities of wedlock at the same time . They are equally young , equally faar . They walk In even step with Time for a few years , and then they are so different in . appearance that they might pass for mother and daughter instead of equal age . As a -matter of fact Time has no favorites ; he is kind to those who are kind to themselves . Tike younger looking woman -will tell yon she floes not know how it is that she keeps her youth and fairness , she uses -no cosmetic , no powder , no paint . The woman who looks so much older will say , I m obliged to use paint and powder , I have to cover up my yellow skin aiwS hide these wrinkles . If you probe a little * eej > sr Into the secrets of these women , yon mu and that the youthful one lias learned that the b * st cosmetic is health , and t...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CHESS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

CHESS For Beginners IN addition to its powers already described , the P has a peculiar ; and exceptional power of capturing an adverse P in passing ( en passant , abbreviated , e . p . ) This power only exists under the following conditions . The P . capturing e . p . must be on the fifth rank , always counting from his own side , of the board : then , if the adverse P on the file next adjoining to left or right moves two squares , from second to fourth rank , he may be taken , on the next move only , in passing . The captured P is removed from the board , and the capturing . P is played to the square over which it passed in moving from 2 nd to 4 th rank—that is , to 6 th . rank : The resulting position . is the same as though the P had advanced only one square , nnd had there been captured . The . P is the . only one ... of the forces which can attain-promotion . On reaching the Stir rank it becomes either Q , R , B , or Kt , as its player may choose . The K has a move not ; hither...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

> . .. — ^^ vN ^ v . ^ virx ^^/ Nj /^ vy ^^^^^^ 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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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
An Interested Listener : rr [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

An Interested Listener : rr AT a dinner party not long ago a certain young gentleman ( an enthusiastic golfer ) started in with the shellfish to enumerate to his partner the details of a match that he had been playing that day , says W . G . Van Tassell Sutphen in the Independent . It was not until the pudding was brought on that he suddenly bethought himself that he had been doing all , the talking . Indeed , the young lady had-not said a single word during the entire progress of the meal . It ¦ was possible that she was not interested in the subject ; incredible , but still possible . I am afraid that I have been boring you with this talk of the shop , he said . inhalf apology . Oh , no , not at all , was the polite respouse . Only , what is golf

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Thoroughly Americanized [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

Thoroughly Americanized KATRINA had been troubled for a long long time . . Mrs . Reaves had taken heiv when ; she was as gi ; een as grass and had brought her up , as it were , in the servant s capacity . And Katrina had become in time a good girl . In her new surroundings oft did she think of August so far away , beyond the sea , back in the home of their childhood . Mrs . Reaves found Katrina crying softly to herself by the kitchen window and she asked her in . her motherliness what the matter was .. ; Katrina told her all about it . She told her how : she had left home , promising to wait for August , who said he would come in two years .- Und here I am , vaiting , added Katrina . As the . days passed the mind of the girl became troubled . At a dance she had met Gottlieb Liudenschmidt and he had taken 7 her home . After that he had called once a week regularly . Mrs . Reaves grew interested in the case , and last night she went up to Katrinas , room to learn if any hew . developm...

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

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Catching the Turkey- [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

Catching the Turkey- Prize Story by Frances E . McCoy , age 15 . ROB and Minnie were two children , who lived 6 n ,. a large farm , in a very fine house . : ; ¦ • : • - On this farm were many ; ducks , geese , turkeys and chickens . On the west side of the house was a large pine grove , and in this grove the children made a pen and put a large coop in it . It was then the latter part of September , and they had planned to ask their parents if they could get a turkey and shut him in , the pen they had made , to fatten him for Thanksgiving . They went into the kitchen , where the cook was making pies , and she perceiving how merry they were , asked what they had been doing . They told Biddy ( for that was the cook s name ) what they were going to do . She only laughed and said that it was too early to begin talking about Thanksgiving . They said they didnt care how early it was , they were going to ask their mother . . Where is mamma ? inquired Rob . Your mother has gone to the city a...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Filing' His Application [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

Filing His Application There are many ways to achieve success , but perhaps the doors of opportunity are opened oftener by the boy who knows how to use tools than by ordinarily unhandy mortals . One man , who tells his story in The Cleveland Plain Dealer , literally filed his application for work in a new and completely successful manner . He says : When I . was fourteen years old it became necessary for me to go out into the world and earn my share of the family expenses . 1 looked about with small success for a week or two , and then I saw a card hanging in a store window , Boy Wanted . ¦ I pulled down my hair , brushed the front of my jacket , and . walked in . Do you want a boy ? I asked of the clerk . Back office , he said . I walked back to the little den with a high partition around it , and pushing open tbe door , which I noticed was slightly ajar , cap in hand , I stepped in . It was a chilly day in November , and before I spoke to the proprietor , who was bending over a de...

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Not Like Other Women [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

Not Like Other Women TTEIrl / you , Fosdick , my wife Is . a won1 derful woman ! exclaimed Keedick . She has been looking for a chafing-dish for some time , and at last she found one . that she thought suited her . Itwas for sale aTTa store about two blocks from where we live , and the price was six dollars . She didnt buyit , however , until she had taken her sister to look at it . Her sister s verdict was favorable as to quality , but she knew . a place downtown where one just like il could be had for five dollars . and seventy-five cents , and she strongly urged my wife to go down and buy it there . .- I can tell the rest of your story for you , Keculick , said Fosdick interrupting him . Go ahead ! Well , your -wife got the address from her rifiter and she went down-town and couldnt find the place until she wasted a whole afternoon and spent about seventy-five cents in ¦ carfare and lunch , allto save the quarter of a dollar in the price ,. and then came home fired out and disgus...

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Showed How It Worked [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

Showed How It Worked WOMEN are . not apt to be thorough in the pursuit of knowledge . But the ready wit of the sex enables them to come out of a trying situation in which , the first fact has placed them , with , flying colors , where man s hebetude would leave him to chew the cud of bitter ignominy . • A certain physician had a large ToeplerHoltz electrical machine , which gave a spark like a young streak of lightning . His wife was much interested in it , and watched the doctor manipulate it until she fancied herself master of the apparatus . One day a party of friends called when the doctor was out , and the good wife seized the opportunity of paralyzing them with- her knowledge of science . She was a very dignified woman , of portly presence , and after leading them into the office , shebegan her explanation with all theimpressivenessrof a lecturer . The day was dry and cold , and there was a strong residual ! charge in the Leyden jars , waiting for a chance to do-mischief . Of ...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

AGENTS « E ° ft MAKE ^^ M A IIAV selling our Celebrated Non alcoUE A UAI hoiic Fruit Flavoring Powders : KHM Better and cheaper than liquid extracts . T ^ ^^ Every home your Held . Exclusive territory . Write today . W . II . IHII 1 D & CO ., 18 Hut End . IUUIlurg , P » , FOR SALE . One of the Best Stock Farms In the State , 360 acres . 200 acres In cultivation ; balance Wood Pastures . Water abundant . Buildings , barns , etc . Seven miles east of Quincy , 111 . One of the Best Markets . Always accessible . A real barsrain for a Cash Buyer . Address , J OHNWESSELS , Administrator . QUINCY , ILL . GREAT CUNS ! Third solid train load west sinceTliank-s-givhnj . February 14 th Nebraska gets 40 cars—525 miles—of Page fence . Ten days weaving . PAGE WOVEN HIKE FENCE CO ., AllltlAN ,. 11 H II . ^ 5 * Smmf ^ im mmmmSSmmmmmmmmm m ^ emmi j ^ 5 STOCKHOLDERS MEETING ! ,. With difllculty in retaining their holdings , or restricting the operations of bulls or bears , wll find-our Ch...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Forerot His Wife ' s Name [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

Forerot His Wife s Name W HEN an old lawyer , who has had no end of experiences , meets with one that he calls unique , it is sure to be something very much out of the common . I had a man come to my . office the otherday , relates an attorney who has long done business on . Griswold street , to have me make out a deed for a nice piece of real estate that he had just purchased for her as a Christmas present . He is . a bright business ; man , and had made a . good deal in this instance and wanted the papers , just as soon as they could be prepared . Full description was afforded by the : abstract and nil went swimmingly till I turned to him and- asked his wife s name . Oh , yes , of course . Wife s name . Very necessary to be sure , and it was plain to be seen that he was sparring for time . while making ¦ every effort to bring his memory , into play . He had a rush of blood to the face , looked : sorely troubled and . finally turned his back on me while he looked out of the window ...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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To Prevent a Cold [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

To Prevent a Cold A GOLD is the result of a stoppage someA where of the free circulation of the blood , to which one is first sensitive through a feelin | o ° slignt is the chill sometimes that not until the preliminary sneeze comes is the victm aware that he has been in the track of a . lraft or that the temperature has changed . The usual notion is that by going indoors , changing to heavier clothing or retreating from the moist temperature the danger is • tverted These precautions are all well enough , but the first and most efficient measure should be to restore the quick flow of warm blood through every ., vein , and so by heat constantly counteract the little chill . One method is to inhale three or four deep breaths , expand the lungs to their fullest extent , holding . every time the inhaled air as long as possible arid then . slowly letting it forth through the nostrils . . In doing this the inflation of the lungs sets the heart into such quick motion that the blood is driv...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
^ m ^ "Do Unto Others " [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

^ m ^ Do Unto Others Everyone respects ) and admires the main or womam who devotes a lifetime - doing gooflitouottiers . Ever !) a medicine ^ . . tbat .-has . - j he ^ ed . ; atiaVVcurefr ! ;^ deserves- ¦ the respect and 1 pradse ¦ of mankind . Dr . Peter s Blood Vitalizer is an : honest • Swiss-German ) remedy , composed entirely of roots and herbs ., It has been doing good for others for many years . What it has done unto others it will do unto yon . It supplies a rich , pure , nourishing vital stream—tbe blood—strengthens the entire system by driving out tbe ills that follow in the wake of debility . It is not on the same plan as ordinary drug store meddcine It is not to be obtained of druggists but of regular Vitalizer agents . For further Information , address Dr . Peter Fahrney , 112-114 South Hoyne Ave ., Chicago , Ills .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899

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

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