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Page 31 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

BEA UfETTIIIP CUBED . Sample FREE . DClIlf b 1 I IHU Dr . F . E . Hay , Bloomington , 111 . ClirrCDIUP UinUm Valuable information about OUl rLKmb nUIDLn a sure home cure , free . AU diseases . Write now before you aro incurable . LEXINGTOn SANITARIUM , 1350 Lexington Avenue , Cleveland , Ohio . VI A \ l I is woman s -way to health and you have I r \ V ¦ not heard of lt . You have tried to find relief and have failed . Your doctor does not cureyou and you begin to think there ls no cure , but there is a convenient , tmfe and cheap cure for home use . Particulars freo in sealed envelope on application to WAV . COMPAHY , ssar MM B B ^ NBSS & HBAD NOISES CURflD I 1 ¦ __¦ M \ pB My Tubular Cushions help when 1 ^ ! ¦ _¦ # n _ i I all else falls . As glasses help eyes . Whispers heard . No pain . Invisible . J ? . Hisoox . 80 S Bdway , S . Y . sole depot . Send for bookaud proofs Free M _ ei _ ECTKICITY from -3 MPjnw | f ^ ir infcw needle through your table or ^^ By £ 6 ||| £ j...

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J U . S . STANDARD SCALES [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

J U . S . STANDARD SCALES I EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE ONE . 4 r Scales that Require No Pit . Are Easily 4 Erected or Removed from One Place 4 to Another . Best Quality at A Lowest Prices . A A farmer , can have no piece of machinery or • Implement on his farm that will give him so ? much satisfaction as a wagon or stock scale . • His hay , grain , cattle , hogs and all the products , 4 are sold by weight and , If he has no scales , he ? Is obliged to trust to others , and if he has taken : A the trouble to Investigate he . has found that buy- ; 7 ers of produce and stock are very liable to make ; A mistakes , consequently If he has looked Into the , T matter far enough he has discovered that by do-: m ing his own weighing he can save . the price of 4 a scale several times over during a year . Besides It is a great satisfaction to weigh the stockj • arid know just how It Is doing on certain feed .- + Many farmers or others buy . thonsandsot busneis : • of corn to feed to stock and the...

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

m / TAII __ . CriI 5 \ I WASTED to sell goods to T W /\ I __ , l _ , »_ Ji lDn wholesale and retail trade . A * ^ 8100 per inontli and expenses . Address with 7 stamp HUJCI . MFG . CO ., Box 8 , MlLTQH JUHCTIUN , WIS ! ^ Z ^ v TAHDEK SWEEP A l \ V / CMP € • VV ^ K 9 \ I ahcadof allothermllls . . Thuload 9 \ W ^ -IV y / Afi V \ l Is eq ° all * e < If Rud each horse must _ k \* 4 a > 23-S 8 l ill trail WB OTIB aWe . Oreat Bain to capoW ^ £ £% 53 tR ItJKaclty . speeaoniconifort . No gearing ) no I g ^^ - ^ S ^ ffl-j ^* frfetljn . Give your horses a chance . 4 _^^^^ SS » s , ,, EB J ? . l , , 110 EiTO ; 2 yH < , pf » ( CWS—d 2 s 8 _ . - »*» sl-csb-ltpowermllla . 2 . 0 .-5 H . r . j 4 N ^ P ^^ 1 N . J . BOWSHER CO . SOUTH BEND , IND . 4 W GRIND ON A FRENCH RUHR MILL , I ^ BF * 4 mm ^ k CHEAPEST , BEST , MOST SATISFACTORY METHOD JLJmJi A /^ w ^^^^ mVm \ ° ^ Sending Meal and Feed . Grinds Clear Grain MaSMmJMsSJ !® W hifi ^ f ~ 7 ^ mWflm \ \ or Crushed Com a...

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

ONE CENT F 0 RA fJ || M Breechloader , and guaranteed . You can U | ^ J | Q find out how to get this gun by addressing ^ m ^ ¦ ™ Amateur Sportsman , S 57 H Park Place , N . Y . iK ^ JTHK WASTE LJ < j , j i fjitfr ¦¦ ^ j Sy ^ , -. ° f feeding your grain wliole would ^^^ iSSihSsvs ^ SXS moK t ^ ian vay y ° ur * axeB > AH . K % ^ mg ^^^ Mj M __ srouni 1 grain la sure to bo dl- « iwffisZ _^^^^^ Sds ^ B * 8 c ^ when eaten by animals . raS 3 Si ^^ $ T _ lR FEED X uP ^^^ dO * vlHn GRINDERS . . ri ^^ jji- ^ Sii ^^ f .,-, ( * Ind nil grains singly or mixed , SI «^^ C ^ 3 [/^ Ei |^ S 0 ^ Sj ^ c 1 corn , dry . damp , frozen . Cant £ S & affi ? 5 SW ^ 2 S 5 * ^ Wc & choke . Circulars of Sweep & Steam f ^ lin >^ 5 iJ 5 l £ ? -j--gdytf ^_ Blr _ inis free . Write for them at once . fggHBE &^ SBS 3 ^* STAR MPG . CO . «^ e |§|| lij 3 sS _^__^ S ^ 88 Depot St . flew Lexington , 0 .

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Page 32 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898

A -well known manufacturer of -Lubricating A | j Oils wisliei . to correspond Willi reliable tra . ve . ii _ K I 9 salesmen who are in position to carry an addi- A f tional line . Exclusive territory given to riier- 7 % geticmen . References required . Addresi . -Lock A 6 Box 75 . Station D .. Cleveland , Ohio . T £ SLICED EAR CORN j I Is pronounced by Cattle Feeders as effective as corn and 9 JK cobmeal and at One-Fourth the Expense when pre- £ if pared by our EAR CORN- SLICER . Orin bo bperated A ijg ¦ nn by hand at the rate of 40 T * jjj ^^ 6 eS 9 ________ . T ^_____ . bushels . per hour , can be A fl ^^ S ^ SB ^ -Xiyilltlk . used in -wagon box , or crib , A M JF ^< RBI ^ ntt or C ! m De run ** y P ° wer . % Bj ll fsffiilL L 0 W pRCED- 41 ll aMm - tnT Saves all waste , makes besj A 8 JlL . Wt . unm . jH kind of feed for calves , § 2 W 0 * &^ JH steers , and milch cows . A < 11 j ^^^ jfiP Length of cut adjustable . T * i ^ circular free . A SANDWI...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898

. . . - * HEREFORD BULL OWNED IN THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC . Engriivucl expressly for the Nationnl llunil and Finnlly M «_ u / . lne . i \

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Outlook for Prices . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898

Outlook for Prices . Our index table of average prices will indicate the tendency for the week of the twenty staple farm products . The following are Brads-reefs index numbers of 107 articles by month from October 1 , 1897 , to November 1 , 180 S : October 1 , 1897 : 73 , 277 November 1 , 1 S 97 . 73 , 265 December 1 , 1897 . 73 , 527 January 1 , 1898 . 74 , 184 February 1 , 1898 74 , 19 b - March 1 , 1898 75 , 243 April 1 , 1898 . - . . 73 . 5 S 6 May 1 , 1898 . 74 , 66 ( 1 . Tune 1 , 1898 74 885 July 1 , 1898 75 , 570 August 1 , 1898 76 , 556 September 1 , 1 S 9 S 76 . S 43 October 1 , 1898 .. . 76 , 562 November 1 , 1 S 9 S . 76 , 940 It will be seen that this shows an increase of 3 . 675 for the year . , The bank statement for the United States shows a gain iu circulation and discounts , and a decrease in the reserves amounting to net $ 13 , 352 , 900 . This favorable showing is more than offset , however , by the unfavorable reports of foreign banks , which show a large decreas...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898

Many a woman throws away the flowei of her youth—her beauty , her amiability and her capacity for wifehood and motherhood—without realizing it . There is no sadder sight than that of a young woman who has for years been bearing up bravely and silently under . physical tortures that would drive a man to the mad-house . Thousands of women suffer in this way and ask neither aid nor sympathy . They realize that they are the victims of weakness and disease of the distinctly womanly organism . They do not consult a physician because of the well-founded fear that he will insist upon disgusting examinations and local treattrient . Dr . Pierce s Favorite Prescription-does away with- all necessity for these ordeals . . .. It cure s in the privacy of the home ; It restores health and strength and vigor to thedelicate organs concerned in wifehood and motherhood . It tones , invigorates and . builds up . the nerves and-transforms nervous , ; overwrought , sickly : invalids into healthy , happy w...

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An Additional Offer . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898

An Additional Offer . If 10 cents additional is added to defray the expenses . of mailing to either of the aboye offers , making $ 1 . 10 in all ,-we will send in addition , postpaid , any one of the following four standard and exceedingly useful books , viz .: The New Hygiene : A drugless remedy for the treatment of all diseases , the promotion of health and longevity . without medicine or doctors . By J . W . Wilson , associate editor and manager of the National Eural and Family Mazazlne . Three hundred pages illustrated . Over 100 , 000 sold . The most popular , useful and effective medical work ever published . Thousands of testimonials of cures and lives saved . Worth many times its weight in gold . . Cyclopedia of Information . Political , statistical , agricultural , and general facts for every American home . Prepared from original sources , 450 pages of fine agate type . A wonderful book . The Modern Kitchen and Practical Housekeeper . lly a practical housekeeper . pronounc...

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Three Best Papers for Si . oo . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898

Three Best Papers for Si . oo . A . single copy of this paper will be sent to quite a number who are not now regular subscribers . To them we make the following generous offer for the purpose of getting them in the habit of taking the National Eural and Family Magazine . We will not agree , however , to make so geuerous an offer for another year , viz .: Enclose $ 1 in an envelope carefully addressed to the National Eural and Family Magazine , Chicago , 111 ., with your name and address carefully written , and we will send you for one year , the National Rural and Family Magazine , published weekly , of which this number is a fair average sample . The Gentlewoman , a high . class , 24 to 36 , 11 x 16 page profusely illustrated monthly journal for the women of America . Price , $ 1 per year . Also yoru choice of the following high class , widely circulated weekly newspapers : .. - ... •• The Detroit Weekly Tribune , The Toledo Blade , The St . Paul Globe , , Kansas City Star , or The...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898

K ! £ JBB $ IOtb $ 25 SMEO P *^— - -- ~~ ^ in buyingdirect from lactory . 80 days free trial . No agents large profits to pay . No money in advance $ ( 15 Kenwood Machine for $ _ : _ :. 50 No better Machine at any price . GO Jlrlltipton Machine for ., 510 . 50 I her- _ In chines $ S . OII , $ 11 . 50 ntid Slii . OLi 11 attachments free , over 100 , 000 in se . Catalogue and testimonials ireo fri te today forspecfaltrei-Thtofre :: CASH BUYERS UNJO & 158-164 West VanBuren St ., B-9 i _» ChlcnKo , T . LUMBER AT HALF PRICES . Send us your bill for estimate . We furnish complete barn , house , corn-crib and factory outfits , doors , windows , shingles , lath , lime , iron roofing and building- material of all kinds . CHICAGO HOUSE WRECKING CO ., Purchasers of West 35 th & Iron Sts . World s Fair Buildings ; Chicago Post Office Builaing . Send for free Illustrated General Catalogue , containing Merchandise for the Home , Field , Farm and Factory . We can save you m...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898

Published Weekly by the Howard & Wilson Publishing Company , MADISON and FRANKLIN STS ., CHICAGO . Gen . C ; H . Howard , Jas . W . Wilson , MANAGING : EDITOR . BUSINESS MANAGER . Subscription rates , one dollar a year of 52 numbers . Single copies Ave cents . Advertising rates made known on application . B . S . THAIN , Manager Advertising Department . All communications should bo addressed NATIONAr , BUKAX ANDFAMILY MAGAZINE , Chicago , 111 . EASTERN OFFICE ( for advertising department only ) : Frank S . Smith , 47 Times Building , New York . Entered at the Chicago Postofflce as Second-class matter .

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CURRENT AFFAIRS . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898

CURRENT AFFAIRS . Consolidation is still the word with the big corporations . Five immense properties in copper mines in Michigan have combined . This policy should lead pur people in general to co-opera-tion on a large scale as is done in England by merchandising , manufacturing and farming interests . ? • * : — Gen . Woodford , our late minister to Spain , though he says that every instinct of our people is opposed to Imperialism , as some attempt to characterize it , yet comes to the conclusion that after giving the Philippines a taste of freedom , to leave them to their fate now would be a crime against God and man . - »»» Osborn W . Diegnan , the Iowa boy who was on the Merriniae with Hobson at Santiago , had to face another line of Are , as It were , which might-make some bashful young fellows blanche worse than the thunder of the cannon of Spanish forts . Reaching his mother s , home at Stuart , la ., last week , the girls of the town organized ; to form a line and kiss him ....

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Reasons for Thanksgiving ' . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898

Reasons for Thanksgiving . P ECULIAR interest attaches to the President s proclamation this year . When our country is at peace and our people are simply summoned to meet in their usual places of worship to recognize the common blessings of Divine Providence , it requires some effort on the pan of the Executive to say anything original . But , owing to the Spanish war , the document this year has a freshness , both of subject and style , quite out of the commonplace . 1 . Among the unusual ble ssings and causes , for thanksgiving is mentioned the fact that all sections of our common country have been brought together and knitted into ¦ closer bonds of national purpose and unity . This reference to the cementing effects of the war upon the North and South is worthy of being remembered and dwelt upon in the public observances of Thanksgiving Day . 2 . The President then devotes an entire paragraph to the , cloud of war in most fitting and eloquent terms , which we . quote in full , to...

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Still Going Down . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898

Still Going Down . MR . ANDREW CARNEGIE , in a recent interview , stated that at present rates small manufacturers in steel must go to the wall . In order to sell steel at the rate of three pounds for two cents—the present price—it would require a sale of some millions in order to save anything worth while . If a concern manufactures 2 , 500 , 000 tons per annum a living might be made , even with a very small margin , especially if there is no bonded debt . The inference is that these are the conditions of the Carnegie works at Pittsburg . One utterance of Mr . Carnegie was significant : WRile the consumption of iron and steel is enormous , yet prices do not rise . He further says that he does not expect an increase of consumption . Mr . Carnegie s remedy is consolidation —a euphemistic word . We have sometimes called it a combine , and our law-makers have used the term trust , which has in consequence become a little unfashionable not to say unpopular . But is consolidation or trus...

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A Hero in Civil Life . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898

A Hero in Civil Life . A MONG the indirect victims of the war , of which there have , been a number worthy of public commemoration , Col . Waring will be counted as perhaps the most deplorable . He wasformerly at the head of the street cleaning department in New York . He died in that city from yellow fever , contracted in Havana , where he had gone by request of _ President McKinley to examine the sanitary conditions , with a view to instituting measures to prevent the ravages of typhoid and yellow fevers . No man in our country was so competent to consider such matters . As has been well said of him , he believed in the gospel of , cleanliness , outwardly and inwardly . In . his official position in New York he showed that he was as much a foe to moral filth as material . His course was approved by good citizens in general and New York was the envy of other great cities , looking upon his patient and efficient work from a distance . Although known as an expert in all matters of dr...

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RURAL AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898

RURAL AFFAIRS Edited by W . B . Lloyd . The Matter of Good Roads , y HE leaky roof can not be mended while . it rains and when the sun shines there is no need of its being mended , so the destruction of comfort and waste of property goes on . A similar condition pertains to poor roads ; when the mud is hub deep nothing can be done to remedy the evil , when the ground is dry or frozen and the team trots merrily along with its carriage or walks briskly with its full load of grain , no thought is given to the matter of stood roads when the rains descend , or the frosts heave . * * * During the winter season is when the making of good roads may be and ought to be pushed in two ways . One is by direct work upon them by hauling of gravel or crushed stone upon portions that have never been top dressed and the filling of all depressions , however slight , with the same material so there can be no standing water upon any part of the road bed . It is the little sink holes that cause the surfa...

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Western Live Stock Prospects . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898

Western Live Stock Prospects . THE following was sent from Omaha , November 6 , to the Chicago Record . and indicates that the Nebraska farmer has something besides wheat to sell : The cattle industry in the west has been given a great impetus in the last few months . This change for the better applies to all branches of live stock , but more particularly to cattle and hogs . The sheep industry has been steadily good and any improvement , in that direction in this section s not so calculated to attract attention . This marked improvement does not take in Nebraska , only , but the ranges of northern Kansas . South Dakota , Wyoming and Colorado . * * * W HEN the shipping season opened stock began to come through from the western range in a way that puzzled wise heads who had known there was no stock + o be shipped this fall . In August stock was moving very freely . In fact , the receipts for that month at the local yards were so heavy that it exceeded any previous August in the histo...

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