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• , .... .. .. — • i m -... Winter Care of Carpets [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

• , .... .. .. — • i m -... Winter Care of Carpets By Elizabeth R . Parker . P OR houses where soft coal is ; used it is 1 very difficult to-keep things looking bright and . fresh . This , is particularly the case . with light colored carpets , and the bright , delicate hued matting , now so much used , even , iu winter . For dust , and sweep as she will , the housekeeper finds a dull grimy lookk ,. on , her floor . To remedy this , every two or three weeks the carpets maybe , cleaned and freshened with very little trouble . -.-..- ; .-:, ; Ay Select , a bright day , open the . windows , give the room , a thorough ; sweeping ana dusting . ... Put a gallon of hot water in a pail , ; add to it a tablespoonful , of turpentine and an ounce of powdered borax , liip a large . cloth in the water and wipe the carpet all oyer , with it , being careful not to have too much water in the cloth . Admit the . air until the carpet is dry , and it will not only be perfectly clean , but as bright an...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Our Stamped Linens [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

Our Stamped Linens This week we offer Dresden Doylies , No . 0451 , 8 inch . The set of six for 30 cents . Selected silk for working them , 45 cents extra , or 75 cents for both ; stamped linen and silks . This set of doylies , if done in colors of flowers , will go nicely with any center or tea-cloth . : No . 1 is forget-me-nots ; No . 2 , butter cups in bright yellow with yellow border , not too dark shade ; No . 3 , violets with lavender border ; No . 4 , holly , dark green leaves and scarlet for berries , border green ; No . 5 , hedge rose , briar , pink with pink border ; No . 6 ; bluets in corn-flowei-blue , white border . Pad the borders well and work solid and firm ; a nice border is one-half . of the small piece , but many overlook this fact . With flat , thin border , no matter : how well a piece may be worked out , the flat edge completely , spoils the rest of the work . Some prefer all borders : white . Order by name and number of design , write your name and ; address p...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

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Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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DomesticUses of Beef [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

DomesticUses of Beef By Caroline A . Huling . Soups . ALL soups have a general basis which is called stock . The French , who are noted for their economy , use all sorts of scraps , of meat and bone for soup stock , keeping a kettle expressly for this use termed a stock pot . Bones are rich in gelatinoids and thus are valuable for soupmaking . In the ordinary ; family much is thrown away and wasted that would be valuable in the stock pot . It is customary to buy the shin bone or leg for soup . A knuckle of veal adds substance to the stock , being very gelatinous . Crack the hones so as to allow the water to penetrate to the marrow . Use one quart of water to each pound of meat or bone . Put meat in kettle with cold water and heat gradually , skimming whatever scunrarises to the top as it comes to a boil . Let it simmer several hours until the meat is thoroughly cooked , then remove meat and bones and strain through a coarse towel laid in a colander , into ; a stone jar or earthen ve...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Good Old . Things [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

The Good Old . Things We used to have old-fashioned things , like hominy and- greens . .. ¦ .-.. ; .. We used to have just common soup , made out of pork and beans ; But now it s bullion , consomme , and things made from a book , .. . . .... And Pot au . Feu , and Julienne , since my daughter s learned to cook . We used to have a piece of beef—just or Unary meat . And pickled pig s feet , spare-ribs , too , and other things to eat ; While now it s fillet and ragout , and leg of mutton braised . And macaroni au gratin , and sheep s head Hollandalsed . . The good oldjhings have passed away , in silent , sad retreat ; We ve lots of high-falutin * things , but nothing much to eat . And while I never say n word , and always pleasant look . You bet T vo had dyspepsia since my daughter s learned to cook . .. .. , - • . •• - • . ¦¦ . ¦¦» - ^ GoodHousekeeping .

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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New Patterns [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 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 . Child s Dress with Pointed Yoke Collar , 7590 . Nothing is so dainty for a little girl as a dress of pure w-hitp lawn , and as here shown trimmed with insertion and lace edging Its beauty is greatly enhanced . The pointed yoke collar that fits smoothly over the shoulders is Included in the seam with the collar band , but otherwise made separteiy so that it may be easily laundered . ¦ Two rows of insertion are applied as shown , the material being cut away from underneath , and the edges are completed by a pretty frill of the lawn edged with insertion and lace . To make this dress for a child four years of age will require two and one-half yards of material thirty-sis inches wide . The pattern ,. No . 7590 , ls cut in sizes for children two , four and...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

| TiNVFRurFs Ti J Nuts , J | Dairying , J f Honey , t ? Poultry , Etc ., t I on our small irrigated farms I ¥ in most healthful climate in ? T America , . in midst of rich y % mining and agricultural ^ • country , • J Pay Better f • Than Oranges . 1 ? M * ild winters . Seasons as ? f long as at Norfolk ,. Va . § • Pleasant homes . Good tt A schools . Comfort . Easy m I terms . I I Illustrated pamphlet free , i ¥ ¦¦ if vou name this paper . ? | LEWISTON WATER & POWER CO ., A Lewislon , ldaho , or Concord , Washington , g

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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' ' ^ / /? = $ * . o ¦ S ' tetik- " ; ^ ^ S CH BO ^^^^^ ' ^'• [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

\ ^ / /? = $ * . o ¦ S tetik- ; ^ ^ S CH BO ^^^^^ ^• Washington s Birthday By Cyrus : Kehr . ( Copyright , 1899 , by Cyrus Kehr . ) S OME of you will think , when you first look at this picture , that it is some kind of a puzzle . It is not a puzzle at all . -February 22 will be George Washington s • - ¦ . birthday j ; : and the things shown in the picture all . belong to his life . Ah , I how hear-some one say , there is the hatchet with which , Washington , when a boy , cut down , his-father s cherry tree . Yes ; you may . , call it that ; but that haitctiet . was also used by Washington for another purpose .. . When he was a young man , he was a . surveyor ; and the things shown in the picture , including the hatchet , all relate to surveying . You have all learned that the work of the surveyor is to measure land . You have probably seen the surveyor measure for a liue between two farms or to lay off a field or a road . Many surveyors do only such work , and this does not require...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

Tit Hangs lon ^___ ^_ m If it was only health , we _ WX might let it cling . lSf But it is a cough . One cold ^ K no •• sooner -passes off before another comes . But it s the same old cough all the time . I And it s the same old story , I too . There is first the cold , M then the cough , then pneu- _^ k monia or consumption with the ^_ * long sickness , and life tremb- ^ m ling in the balance . Ayers Cherry pectoral loosens the grasp of your cough . . The congestion of the throat A and lungs is removed ; - all in- ^ A ( lamination is subdued ; the ^ m parts are put perfectly at rest ^_ W and the cough drops away . It has no diseased tissues on which to hang . Dr . Ayer s 1 Cherry Pectoral I Piaster M draws out inflammation of the lungs . Advice Free .. ¦ Remember we have a Medical Depart- I ment . If you have any complaint what- , ¦ ever and desire the best medical advice ¦ you can possibly obtain , write the ¦ doctor freely . You will receive a H prompt reply , without cost . H Ad...

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Boomerangs [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

Boomerangs THE worst trouble . about learning to - throw , a-boomerang is that fora long time the weapon is as contrary as the proverbial pig going to market . You riiay throw it in apparently the same way , any number of times , but it will never go in quite the same direction or , perform the same gyrations twice in succession . . S . J . Rawson , ; a Chicagoan who is now giving boomerangthrowing exhibitions in England ^ and who is said to be the only , man in , the world who can safely manipulate the Australian weapon in a hall of ordinary size , writes me . that he practiced many -months * on . Chicago vacant lots before he began to master the boomerang , says a writer in Chicago Record . Finally , however , after four years of daily practice , he has become suchan expert that now lie can make onie of the triangular-shaped clubs dart and dodge , whirl , flutter all about a stage , and finally return gracefully to his hand . He will hold a boomerang an arm s length behind him nnd...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Wi nrs . Wlnslow ' s Soothing Syrup . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

Wi nrs . Wlnslow s Soothing Syrup . Iis an old and well tried remedy , and for over ¦ nty years has been used by millions of moth- ?„ r f ° r their CHILDREN while CUTTING J . i , ETH with perfect success . It soothes the cana , softens the gums , reduces Inflammation , allays all pain , cures wind 1 colic , Is very pleaspt to the taste , and is the best remedy for oiarroeha . . Sold bv druggists In every part of * he world . PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A BOTTLE .. Be sure and ask . for Mrs . , Window s Soothing Syrup , and take no other kind , as mothers will . find it the best medicine to use ( luring the teething period .

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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PUZZLE BOX [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

PUZZLE BOX 257 . —PHONETIC CHARADE . My first is a kind of wine . My second is sometimes the Christian namemore commonly the nickname or a hoy . My whole was a Union general who served in the great United ! States civil war . 258—ENIGMA . I am composed- of , 15 letters . My 9 15 13 / is a kind of fish . My 4 IB 6 8 Is an uproar . My 4 5 6 10 8 15 - ls a kind of bird . My 2 3 4 15 is an animal . My 5 9 12 7 2 is a seaport in Scotland . My 10 1 4 9 15 1 2 is a sharp noise . My 4 15 13 3 7 12 11 15 expresses relation to something else My 7 2 12 15 11 9 Is- to take what belongs to another . My 11 3 4 5 8 Is a rascal . . , My , 11 12 3 13 Is a small bottle . , My whole is a-county seat , in-Virginia . ¦ - .. 259-HIDDEN GEMS . 1 . Tell Fred I am on duty as a policeman . 2 . Ned will brag at every good hit he makes . 3 . Dont rub your knuckles on sand-paper . 2601-HIDDEN PROVEKB . ( One word hidden in each sentence . ) 1 . They are all here . 2 . The birds have all gone . 3 . I could see h...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

Enomolino r IIdlIICI IM C V Polish , because it has all the latest im provements . A brilliant polish is produced without labor , dust or odor . There are three styles of package—paste , cake or liquid . Get the genuine . J . L . PRESCOTT & CO ., New York . is the Modern 5 tove

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

Oh , How Thankful Pain Was Maddening and Hope Had Been Abandoned —Wonderful Results of Purifying the Blood . A very severe pain came in my left knee , which grew worse and worse , and finally a sore broke out above the knee , lt discharged a great deal and the pain from my thigh down was maddening . Large , hard , purple spots appeared on my leg . I suffered in this way for years , and gave up all hope of ever being cured . My wife was reading o £ a case like mine cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla , and she advised me to try it . I began taking it and when i had used a few bottles I found relief from my suffering . Oh , how thankful I am for this relief ! I am stronger than I have ever been in my life . I am in tho best of health , have a good appetite and am a new man altogether . J . P . Moons , Lisbon Falls , Maine . HOOd S ^ pariHa Is the best—4 n fact the One True Blood Purifier . Hoods Pills cure all liver ills . 25 ceirts .

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Tirza ' s Valentine [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

Tirza s Valentine By Velma Cald well-Mel ville . < ff | T can t be for me ; there , must be some I mistake , was what Tirza Tracy said - *¦ asi she sat in the ; mellow i light of- the sitting-room one . St . Ya enuue s au . v . In her thin , white fingers she held a beautiful combination of cardboard and satinwhite roses , blue forget-ine-nots . Far down ; among the latter nestled . a ; tiny card , and . on this card were the words artistically printed : To one I much admire . i , It must be a mistake , she repeated ; it was meant for Tab . Queer he , whoever he , fe , made the mistake , in writing tbe name . And then- as she sat feasting her beauty-lov-ing eyes on the card , a tear-drop stole down the pale cheek and fell into her-lap , followed by another and another until there was quite a little showet . But it was not for long . Tirza Tracy , arnt you ashamed of yourself , shefsaidsuddenly * and ; severely . Sitting here whimpering over , your sister s valentine ! , I...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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