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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

CS & UtWn—The market is full of imitations , represented to be the same as BDnWM ^ Bronchial BnWwn 0 Troches ot Boston • ThoGenuinehasthe FacSlmUa jt / J / p . S S » eTer Signature of A ^/^ w . ^ box -

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Page 24 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

f Xjkere are 97 ? any Ways of ( m J TREATING S [GOLDS and COUGH BUT TO ( QUICKLY I J EFFEC A T THOROUGHLY J I CURE ( EFFECTIVELY l I TAKE 2 \ ALLENS I LungBalsam t And dont tamper with yourself by dosing I on tablets , which only , afford a temporary L £ relief . This Lung Balsam is commended I I highly for its Expectorant properlies . caus- L L ing the phlegm to rise , , and soothing and healing the inflamed membrane . It con- L £ tains no Opium or any other deleterious 9 drug . Ministers and Public Speakers L t will , If they will only try jt , be gratified with tbe result . Ask for and be sure to get Z L AZZEWS IJTTNG BAIASAHC . J 7 At Druggists , 25 c , 60 c . and $ 1 . 00 per Bottle .

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

If you see an advertisement in the National Rural and Family Magazine it is reliable

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Where Age is Looked Up To [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

Where Age is Looked Up To The parents ; word is always law in Japan , and perhaps this accounts for the sweetness and gentleness of the Japanese character , writes Onoto Watanna in the February number of Ladies Home Journal . The Japanese are inherently an obedient people . The old always take precedence of the young in all things . An eager , impetuous young man , be he ever so . brilliant and clever , is not expected in Japan t ? have the reason , the wisdom and the foresight of an old ninii . Therefore the old man comes first always . As a result , there is , perhaps , more general happiness iu Japan than anywhere else in the world . One might imagine that where duty is carried to the extent it is in Japan the natural love is not so much in evidence—I mean the actual affection , rather than the mere duty , ot a child to its parent . On the contrary , the natural bond of affection between parents and children is nowhere so wonderful as in Japan . No matter how unkind ! unjust or e...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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.- ¦ . ' m • w IT BEATS THE BAND . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

.- ¦ . m • w IT BEATS THE BAND . The newest and most inspiring piece of Sheet Music , arranged for piano , isThe Pioneer limited March composed by Capt . Frederick Phlnney , Buudmnstpr United States Band , published bv . S . ; Urninard s Sous Co ., Chicago , 111 . ; distributed only by the Chicago , Milwaukee & St . Paul Railway . Enclose fifty ( 50 ) cents and address , Geo . H . Heafford , General Passenger Agent , 555 Old . Colony Building , Chicago , 111 . ,-.-

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Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

AGENTS « E ° N MAKE 4 *^ ^« m niu selling our Celebrated Non alcoKE A UAf hollo Fruit Flavoring- Powders .. HTCMH Better and cheaper than liquid extracts . ^ f ^ «^ Everv home your tleul Exclusive territory • Write today , w . il . UAIBI )*< : !> .. 18 *» - < t En * , nurture , Pa , . —r » III H —~ W II III Hi— , I gfc GOOD SALARY I I rf ^ lT Made filing BKVKRIDGES San it nry ? I Si Stemn Cooker . Distills the water , purities I . I ( ^^ 51 the cooking . No burning , no odor . Saves lahor 1 X ? 3 ? F * wfr aiu * * e 1 , , lts n , lv stove « Oood pny lo * IW & 3 ilffOi tS . 2 , 385 sold in one town . Write ( Box 9 C 3 ) T i-J ^ J Bnverldpo Itlfff . Co ., BALTIMORE , MD I - — , „ - ^ 4-H-- ~ H- ^—m— -H _ Ht~—Ht ^—- l ^~ l U n M C STUDY F ^ a E . ¥ . - I If * H I I llll P » kecplne . Buslneii Fornn , Prn- , t | ISA I II llll I manshlp , Coml hi , letter JJSLL ^ A ¦ • W _ -- « \ Vrltlng , Arithmetic , Short- \ * Qfws b band . Enpllsh &amp...

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WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW SUPPLY AND MOVEMENT Off . GRAIN . A .. . Tuesday , Feb . 14 , 99 . Corn exports from America since July 1 have aggregated . 108 , 279 , 000 bu , against 105 , 506 , 000 bu during the same time last season . Northwest receipts of wheat for the last week were 2 , 173 cars , against 3 , 104 cars the week before and . 2 , 260 . cars the-corresponding week a year ago . Corn exports from this country last week were 8 , 865 , 000 bu , against 3 , 691 , 000 bu the week before and 4 , 508 , 000 bu the same week last . year . Wheat receipts at primary markets for the last week were 3 , 266 , 000 bu as compared . with 4 , 022 ,- 600 by the previous week and 2 , 583 , 000 bu the corresponding week last year Primary receipts of corn-for-the- last week were 6 , 673 , 000 bu as compared with 6 , 103 , 000 bu the week before ahd 4 , 548 , 000 bu the corresponding week a year ago .- Farmers deliveries of wheat in the united kingdom last week 588 , 000 bu , against 701 , 000 bu t...

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The Way to a Man ' s Heart is Through His Stomach . " [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

The Way to a Man s Heart is Through His Stomach . phyisology Throws New Light on the Od Saying . It is popularly held that what the sun is to our solar system , the heart is to the human system , !—the center of life andi energy : And so , coined in our common speech , are a multitude of sayings , which recognize Im the heart the center of mental , moral and physical life . Thus we speak of the desire of the heart , of heartache and heartbreak . We say of a man he . is a hearty man and that he ls a hearty eater so associating both cordiality and apetite with the heart . Perhaps It Is but a natural result of this viewthat the instant the heart Is affected , off we go to the doctor , no matter what the fee . We suffer all sorts of pains in the stomach . -We endure much from the torpid liver . We put aside the thought of danger to the lungs , by saying : Oh ! it s only a cough . It will go away after a time . But when the heart gives an uncommon pulsation , or when it beats too quickly...

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. Origin of Dominoes [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

. Origin of Dominoes Two monies , who liail been committed tn a lengthy seclusion , contrived to beguile the dreary hours of their confinement , without breaking the rule of silence which bad been imposed on them , by showing : each other small flat stones marked -with black dots . By a . preconcerted arrangement , the winner would inform the other player of his victory by repeating in an undertone the first line of the vesper prayer . In process of time the two monks managed to complete the set of stones ,. and to perfect the rules of the game ,, so that , when the term of incarceration had . expired , the game was so interesting that it was generally adopted by all the inmates of the monasery as a lawful pastime . It very . soon spread from- town to town .-nml became { popular throughout Italy . ; - .- and the firstline of the vespers was . reduced to the single word Domino , by-which name the game has ever since beeii known . . ¦—— ? . ¦ . —Brave soiils are not afraid to tell the...

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

CHESS Jottings MR . PILLSBURYS recent visit to Chicago cannot fail lo stimulate interest in the game in the big western city . There seems to be an opinion in some localities that there is no very good chess . west of the head waters of the Ohio river . . There is reason to believe that the Chicago , . Club has some as strong players as any club in the country . We are somewhat confused as to what actually happened in play between Messrs . Uedemann and Pillsbury . A friend , writing us about this game , says , Pillsbury played 1 very steadily , and not only withstood the attack but filially broke it up and ; won . The A . C . M ., reporting what must have been the same game ,- says ,- The same evening , Louis Uedemann succeeded , through a slip of Pillsbury s , ¦ ire-tally rag-a-victory . at-the champions expense . About a , week earlier Mr . Uedeman defeated-Pillsbury in . a little twen-ty-minute battle of considerable merit . In the individual game between- Messrs . Pillsbury and ...

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MCeepoYour Husband Happy ' [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

MCeepoYour Husband Happy By feeding him well . Bv serving meals on time . Bv keeping yourself well . ..... Rv not boring him with domestic history . By taking an intelligent interest in his affa Rv iudicious flattery and judicious blame . , By being an ornament to his household and i credit to his taste . , • Bv not locking up the ways o £ a sweetheart in the chest with your bridal veil . — . m i » —It is said that when Cornelius Bliss , who recently retired from the position of secretary of the interior , was a small schoolboy , his teacher asked him it Jerusalem was a common or proper noun . Neither , replied the little pupil , without hesitation ; it is an interjection !

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

If you see an advertisement in the National Rural and Family Magazine it is reliable

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Page 29 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

. m % iTpyf secured ormanfrallrotnrnfd . Searchfree . rAlE . nl Collamer & Co . 1 3 5 F St ., Wash . D . C . VloWa farms tor » SlsrS _ peT 7 acre - c «_ h 7 «>« i « n ™ ¦ Ucroiyfititll paid . . 3- Mulhall . SiaUK £ i > 2 faiMH * ** * ^^^ ¦ : : J - —L—; ¦ _— 560 ACRE FARM . O A BUSHELS corn per acre . Well located . Address OU CAIN & KUGIiER . Stanberry , Mo . Rheumatic § Fains A with their excruciating torment need a no longer be endured , since an effective , 0 prbmpti . arid . sure remedy can be secured . J Tlie majority of cases are due to the im- W purity of the blobd . t Take .,, # Di * . Peters J Blood Vitalizer the Swiss-German remedy which , was 0 discovered by an old German physician > over a hundred years ago , but advertised W only within recent years . . . , . W It restores purity and life to the blood , A strengthens the entire system and builds W up the general health . Seldom fails to * cure all diseases caused ...

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Our . Sugar Fad [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

Our . Sugar Fad ( Continued from page . 223 . ) flour exported from the United States that year was barely enough to pay for the sugar imported . The . total > value , of . all live and dressed beef and lard exported that year barely equalled the amount paid for imported sugar . The immense export trade in cotton amounted in Value only twice as much as . the import of sugar . The vast exports of tobacco ¦ must : be : magnified ! thrice to Counterbalance sugar ! imports . . The barley ; oats , rye . ifruit , nuts , hopb , vegetables , oil , oleomargarine , butter , beef , pork-and ham that were exported that year : all put together represented ; in value only twothirds of the sugar imported . ¦ . , ¦ . The , writer then goes on . to show what this industry would mean ito ; the : United States by stating it would require - 920 factories and about 2 , 000 , 000 a : cres of land , to supply the demand of the United States alone . To build these factories would cost $ 300 , 00...

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

rhose who write advertisers will confer a favor if they will mention this paper .

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

Bargains in Sundries , FOR OUR SUBSCRIBERS . . Our Retail . Price . Burglar Alarms 2 . 00 , 1 . 00 Thermometers . 35 . 2 © Corn Huskers . . 40 . 80 Horse Tail Ties ( per pair ) ...... . 50 . 2 * 5 Curtain Fasteners ( set of six );; . . ¦ - . 35 . 20 Colcords ; Green Forage rl . 40 * . 25 The Graf tons 1 . 00 . 50 Industrial Struggle , 1 . 00 ; 50 Every Man His Own Architect . . 10 . 05 Treasures of Art and Beauty ... 2 . 00 . 1 . 00 Dream City ... . 25 . 1 <> Shylock s Daughter : 30 . 20 Klondyke 30 . » Almanacs . 25 Binders 40 . . 30 Barrel Cart 5 . 00 3 . 00 Steam Cookers 3 . 75 2 . 50 Patent Milkina : Cans ......... 2 . 00 1 . 00 Transplanters , . 35 . 25 Uncle Sam Tobacco Cure 1 . 00 . 75 Clay s Medicators ............. 2 . 00 1 . 00 Ropp s Comercial Calculator ... , 2 ft Fruit Can Wrenches ( each ) .... . C 6

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Page 30 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 16 February 1899

WE SELL DIRECT TO Ir AT ONE-HALF THP L _____ J DEALEHS PRIPES . ¦¦ ¦ New Dino Harrow , Grain Drill Throwing the earth all one way . Revolutionizes the method of seeding , as the twlnebinder did the harvest . Discs 6 M In . and 9 in . apart . Send for circular . lttaflSfelBwsTfiJs . ^ e- iSS B ? SoweF-flr Bolt ing Coulter , Extra $ 1 . 50 . 64-T . Levor Harrow , # 7 . 60 . Mowers , f 29 . 40 . _ RidIng Gang Plows . $ 36 . 12-16 Disc i Harrow , $ 16 . Hay Bakes , $ 11 . 66 . Wagons . Buggies , I Harness , Sewing Machines , Cane and Older Mills , Hay Tools ana 1000 other things at one-half dealers prices . Catalogue free . HapgoodFlow Co ., Box 212 . Alton , rn . FARMERSpraj ^

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