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THIS IS TRUE [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
THIS IS TRUE I have discovered a positive cure for all female diseases and tho piles . It never fails to cure tbe piles from any cause or In either sex , or any ot the diseases peculiar to women , such as leucorrhcea , displacements , ulceration , granulation , etc . I -will gladly mall a free box of the remedy to every sufferer . Address . Mus . 0 : B , MHiivsB , Box 80 . Kokomo . Ind . * T &gt; . j
Whom Was the Joke Oh ? [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
Whom Was the Joke Oh ? IT was the head of the household doing the talking in the direct manner that men have with their wives . 1 like oyster soup well enough . It s satisfying for . the time and I suppose that it s healthy , but I m opposed to making an entire meal of it , as I was required to do for lunch . His wife placidly • informed him that he would be lucky if he never made a meal on anything worse . , - ¦ Y That afternoon he called on a friend to have a friendly game of cribbage and the game became so warm that he was invited to stay for the I : evening meal in order that the exciting contest might be carried to a finish . Word was telephoned to his wife , who agreed to come in the evening . I know why he stayed , she began as soon as they were seated for a four-handed game . Oh , - you neednt kick me , as she looked laughingly at her husband . Im going to tell on you . We had nothing but oyster soup at noon and he was so put out about , it that he thought he would stay here...
Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
^\ E ? A ^ NBSS &amp; HBAD NOISES CURBS % J C . A % I ™ My Tubular Cushions help wher toh 7 „ ^^ 7 * else 1 ailB . As glasses help eyes B ^ d ^ ° r « hlaid- , Nopttin Invisible . &amp; Hllcox . ¥ J 1 away , w . y . soledepot . Sendforbookaudproofs Fret NOTHING IS EASIER TO CURE THM VARICOCELE AND STRICTUTE . provided yon know how . Few physicians Know how , and that is why they do BO mncn barm . No diseases are more dangerous man ttieBe , because they destroy the manly Powers and induce serious kidney , bladder d ^ , ^ V ?! 1 S rn 2 isorders- ° w Bta P le . yet wonoerful Selt Treatment , in use 20 years , taken in , the quiet of your home , will forever cure wLtn 86 ° f Stricture , Varicocele or Sexual nr ™ rfS ? S »; , ™ £ dvice and book FREE . THE ROWS MEDICAL CO ., Buffalo , N . Y .
Page 31 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
WHEN OTHERS FAIL CONSULT DOCTOR SWEANY , For tbe speedy and permanent cure of all IERV 0 US , CHRONIC AND PRIVATI Diseases , even In tbelr most aggravated forme There Is no one man In the world who has perrormed so many permanent cures in both Men an « women of troubles which other physicians of ao- - fenowledged ability bad given np as hopeless as thlf . minent SPECIALIST . nothing baffles bis keen perception , his unerring SlSRuosts , nor bis marvelous professional abilities EBsnJung from many years of experience . x OXINO M £ N suffering from any of the many aliments resulting from Indiscretions of youth ci loen of maturer years suffering from excesses ol any kind should consult bim without delay , place i ^ emaeives under his treatment and have lost Birssftth , manly vigor and confidence restored . lAf D 1 TC It you cannot call , a letter W W % ¦ ¦ he car . efully describing your Jjmptoms and be will send to yon in plain envelop * S 3 solentlflo and honest opinion of your case f...
Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
I ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF JOSTEOPATHY f SURGERY AND HEDICINE . C ( tNCOniOBATED . ^ T Bead what one of Americas great author . has to say after having taken a coarse of Osteopathy at onr College : w I believe Osteopathy is one of tho moBt wonderful - X discoveries of any age . It makes a man step forth new , A school ought to bo established in every health resort ¦ v In the country . It is worth all the curative waters In the ! world . It IB the best field now open to men nnd women ? starting In Me . OPIE BEAD • t If your case has been pronounced INOUfti ABLE by physicians send stamp for TKBAT1 ISH ON OSTEOPATHY . • \ f YOU WHHT TO ADOPT fl LUCRATIVE PBOFESSIDH ft hat is not overcrowded , send for ILLUSTRATED OOL- ? LEGE ANNOUNCEMENT . Beference : Two thousand people ^ of Chicago . ? D . E . UlR , Etcj . 167 Dearborn Street , CHICAGO . ™ A r - ; r CBACKEB JACK _ ! V— - ^ SACK HOLDl R- * |\ m * * p . y 1 Just the thing for farmers , frrnln % Task jBg-gRaT ^ 1 feed deulerB . Saves time . ...
Page 32 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 9 February 1899
JONES HE PAYS THE IMIEIGHT . Tj ^ f Farm and Wagon «ItalPSCAFPS , United States Standard . All Sizes and All Kinds . Not made by a trust or controlled by a combination . . .... . 1-or Free Book and Price List , address JOXES OP BI 3 VGHAMTON . Blnghamton . X . ST ., U . S . A . BOWSHER $ Wi FEED MILLS ^ 3 ! ( Sold with or without elevator . ) / / tmmmt k OK 17 SII ear corn ( with or without B I / UMMMM shuokB ) and GKIND any kind of ] Lm / KtMMmt I small ( rraln nt samo time , mixiaeUmlaMWffWCmm In any proportion desired . Cordeal ^ aHtBKMamBa T shape erlndcrs . JtMmwlMlMWW A LIGHTEST RUNNING MM A I Handy to operate . 6 sizes—2 to CTjBr . Vaf | VI W ) 25 h . p . One size for windwheel use . VK .- IMI ¦ _ ¦ T ( ALSO MAKE SWEEP FEED QRIHDERS )/ sCayBfc * Hh A . N . J . BOWSHERCO . So . Bend . lnil , ^^ gSl ^ r 4 jj | 7 ^ MFfc -. WE SELL DIRECT TO THE FARMER . ~^^ ^^ . HardeHRd Steel Landside Double Board S-in . \^ Rgo n , $ 39 . aU ^ S 5 ) r \ . \ 1 &amp; -J Bsrd ^ d 1000 othe...
TABLE OF CONTENTS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899
TABLE OF CONTENTS CURRENT ¦ AFFAIRS—News Notes 207 , -208 , 209 Lincoln Day 208 Why So Successful 208 Predicts u Rise in Interest Kates 208 Socialism and Municipal Ownership . . 208 A Veteran s Right 209 Clemency to Eagan 209 Mexico and Coffee 209 HURAL AFFAIRSA Shipment of Late Pears—Illustration .......:.. ...... . . 205 Death of Mark W . Dunham . ... .. ... 210 Illinois Agricultural College . .. .... .. . 210 The Illinois Farmers Institute ....,..:: 210 Editorial Notes 210 , Sugar Beet Interests 210 Successful Onion Culture . ... . -. 210 Wisconsin Horticulturists Meet ..... . 211 Cocoanut Tree ............ . ........ . 211 Clover 212 Summer Scene in Northern Illinois ( I 1J lustration ) 212 The Value of Forests 212 ~ A Successful Iowa Dairy . ...... . . 213 * Stock that Pays 213 Feeding the Dairy Cow ; . . 214 Missouri Dairymen 214 The Three Hundred Pound Cow .... . 215 Garden and Orchard- Helps . . . ....... . 215 Get the Most Out of Sheep .... 221 Poultry Points 216 A Word for...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899
Was If _ ( onMimptionf ,. Doctors are often wrong . The local doctor , is an . overworked indi- - vidual . Hehiirries from a case of scarletina to a . case of diabetes and from that 1 to the amputation cf a leg . He must act quickly—sometimes hurriedly . It is not strange that he makes au occasional mistake . But mistakes are dangerous and should be avoided . Mrs . G . E . Kerr , of Fort Dodge , Iowa , recently had some experience . She says : I ^ st spring I was token with severe pains in my chest , and was so weak I could hardly walk about the house . I tried several , physicians and ihey told me I had consumption . Before Iliad v taken the first bottle of Dr . Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery , I was very much better . I took five bottles of it aud have not yet had any return of the trouble . ft Was it consumption ? ffi § 3 j 2 __ lS Probably not . Hr ^ LIXlT The Golden Medical Discovery has beep said to cure consumption . It surely and infallibly cures all bronchial and throat ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899
COLOR and flavor of fruits , • size , quality and ; appearance of vegetables , weight and plumpness ofgrain , are all produced by Potash . Potash , properly combined with Phosphoric Acid andNitrogen , and liberally applied , will improve every soil and increase yield and quality of any , crop . . Write and get Free our pamphlets , which tell how to buy and use fertilizers with greatest economy and profit . - ^ j _ QERHAN KALI WORKS , 93 Nassau St ., NewiSfork . /; Al pCPiPlNJWANTEDtoBell goods to ^^ r \ t-. C &amp; l \ U , l ^ A • wholesale and retail trade * $ 100 per month and expenses . Address with stamp HUM MFG . CO ., Box 8 , MILTOH JUHCTIOH . WIS . ~^ 5 JjP # ] Quilt Patterns . ^^ J ^ » ira ^ f ^ j ^ We want every quitter to have , ^ = I _ S *!^ \ PXz £ ^ L our book of 400 Designs , conJ | l | *\\ = __ , Zz &amp; mM ^ . tainlng the prettiest , queerest , wfflgm W $ m ) scarcest . mostgrotesque patterns , ^ _^® vi K ^* 4 fil • trom old log cabin to stars and aS...
CURRENT AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899
CURRENT AFFAIRS Aguinaldofras come to ! the conclusion that he- has- bumped up against the real thing this * time . ¦ - . ; . : ,.: ) ., ; —;—^_— _ —^ - _ : , :. - . ¦¦ -- An exchange-says that , in Prussia the . .. women do all the plowing and harvesting . . In this country they do most of the sewing and cradling . ,. . • ¦ ¦;; - . • ¦; ¦ - • ¦ c ^ A .-. .: ¦ . .-. ... ¦ y . ; . - ¦ ,-. ¦ ¦ -. , * ., - . .. 7 The total resources , of the . national banks were nearly ^ $ 300 ,- 000 , 000 greater in September last than they were in October , 1897 . At the present rate of increase how long will it be before tliey own the : country ? ... . . -r . — -- — : •— . Between January 1 st , 1887 , and January 1 st , 1 SSQ , Russia has spent l , 564 , o 6 o , 006 rubles for the purchase of private railways and for the construction of . state railway s .. ,. Russia pyictentiy believes in public ownership of public corporations . ¦ The business men of Jacksohville , Fla . ; are endeavoring to sec...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899
Published Weekly by the Howard &amp; Wilson Publishing Company , MADISON and FRANKLIN STS ., CHICAGO . . Gen . C . Hi Howard , Jas . W . Wilson , MAHAGING E DITOB , . BUSINESS MAHAGEB . Subscription fates , One Dollar a year of 82 numbers . Single copies five cents .- Advertising rates made known on application . ^ . .. E . S . THAIN , Manager , Advertieing Department . All communications should be addressed , • NATOONAfc RBBA 1 V AND FAMI 1 Y MAGAZINE , Chicago , 111 . EASTERN OFFICE ( for advertising department only ) : Frank s . Smith , 4 T Times Building , New York . , - . ¦ „ :.. Entered at the , Chicago Postoffice as Second-class Matter ,, .. .. Copyright , 1898 , by Howard . &amp; ,, Wilson Publishing Company . .
Why So Successful ? [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899
Why So Successful ? JOHN WANAMAKER , the so-called merchant prince of Philadelphia , has had almost phenomenal success in his new , • ¦ store in New York . It is credibly reported that Mr . Wanamaker s profits from his Philadelphia , store last year were over $ . 1 , 750 , 000 and that those from his New York establishment -will run close to that figure . The Saturday before Christmas tne receipts in New York were even greater than , in Philadelphia and exceeded $ 500 , 000 .. The New York store has paid a profit from the very day it was opened , although two firms Avkich occupied the establishment since A . T . Stewart s death have failed . Some will say this is Wanamaker s luck . All will admit that he has long demonstrated a character for thrift and business enterprise . But his predecessors at the old A . T . Stewart store in New York were in most respects not lacking in energy and attention to the ordinary rules of business . On our part we are disposed to attribute Mr . Wanama...
Lincoln Dav [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899
Lincoln Dav RECENT history-making events and the pomp and circumstance of war do not seem to diminish the interest in Abraham Lincoln . We learn * of celebrations iu many parts of the country . California is leading off . throughits Lincoln Monument League , with headquarters in San Francisco . The pulpits in that city and in different cities were to aid in the celebration as the birthday this year ( 12 th ) . was on Sunday . The observances in the public schools were set for Monday . The main object of the League is the erection on the Pacific coast of a Lincoln Monument . The League is making every effort to induce the California legislature to appropriate . $ 50 , 000 for the monument ; on the condition that the league shall raise a like sum . In the meantime the league considers it cannot better secure the benefit of Lincoln s patriotic example than by arranging for the adequate celebration of his birthday by the school children bf the state . In this . work , says a dispatch , ...
Predicts a Rise in Interest Rates [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899
Predicts a Rise in Interest Rates ONE of the leading life Insurance oflicers has a vision of better times for capital of insurance companies , savings - - banks and other-institutions seeking safety in investment . Richard A . McCurdy , of the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York , discusses the relations of the rate of interest to the future earning capacity of capital . He refers to the fact of the steady decline of the rate of interest for the last twentv years , and its hard ) effects on the life insurance business He might have mentioned that this is a mere corrolary of the more important fact that all real values have been declining by reason of the single gold standard policy ; that labor and every product of labor has brought a less and less price . An attempt has been made to convince investors in savings banks andholders of life insurance that it was for their benefit to contract the currency by excluding silver as standard money But Mr . McCurdy , as-quoted in the Bu...