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Our Stamped Linens . . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898
Our Stamped Linens . . Oval Serviette Hedge Rose and Fern . This is a . very useful : shape and much in vogue at present . The roses are in briar pinks , using four shades . Make in . one petal-two lightest shades , and in the one on either side in second and third shades , and : the remaining petals of the darkest shades . Begin the outside with the darkest shade used in the petal , working , light into the . heart or base of , petal . Bud Is in the darkest shade of pink , working light shades of green . around it . The yellow petals ; are usually made light , as they are supposed to be faded . Foliage is in three shades of yellowish green . Work the fern in , cool shades of green , with three shades , the top leaves of spray lightest , and then second shade with third at base . Stems of . darkest ; shade . Border in white , A green may also be used with very good effect in the small scallop . This piece is No . 0754 , 16 x 22 inches , price 30 cents . Selected silks for working , ...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898
eVERY Thursday the year round the young and old in more than half a million homes welcome as an old and beloved friend Jfovffxs(gmpanionRead with equal interest by each member of the household , for there is something in it for . everybody , it is truly the ideal family weekly of America . For the Cbanftsditittdnumber,- . November 24 , Miss MARY E . WILKINS will contribute an article with a delightful Thanksgiving flavor , A NEW ENGLAND GIRIr SEVENTY YEARS AGO . WILLIAM D . HOWELLS .. HON . THOMAS B . REED , THE MARQUIS OF LORNE , MME . LILLIAN NORDICA and i . ZANGWILL will be prominent contributors to the 5 December issues . THE VOLUME m 1899 will be the best THE COMI-ANION has ever published , more than two hundred of the most distinguished soldiers , sailors , statesmen , scholars and story-writers having been engaged to contribute toit . Every new subscriber will receive a 50-Cent Calendar FREE . This Calendar is 12 x 3 6 inches in size , folding in three panels , lithographed i...
Preparing and Cooking" a Turkey . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898
Preparing and Cooking a Turkey . FOR the benefit of young housewives who have never learned to properly dress a turkey , we give the following explicit directions by Jane E . Clemmens in Good Housekeeping . She says : Do not feed the poultry for twenty-four hours before killing ; catch them without frightening , tie their feet together , hang upon a horizontal pole , tie the wings together over the back with a strip of cloth ; let them hang a few minutes , then cut the throat with a sharp , knife , and allow them to hang until the blood has ceased to drip ; The thorough bleeding renders the meat white and more wholesome . Scald well , being careful not to scald enough to set the feathers , thereby making them more difficult to pick . Place the turkey on a board or table with head toward you , and pull the feathers away from you ; if they are pulled in a contrary direction from their natural bent the skin is likely to be torn . With a knife or pair . of tweezers , pull out the pin fe...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898
DoesYourBachAche?EIn constant pain when onA your feet ? » Is that dragging , pulling sensation with you from morn till night ? I Why not put the medicine I exactly on the disease ? Why m not apply the cure right torn the spot itself ? 3 You can do it with V Dp.AyersCherryPectoralPlasterImmediately after the AFlaster is applied , you feelA Kits warming , soothing in-S affluence . Its healing remediesH • quickly penetrate down deep H into the inflamed tissues . I Pain is quieted , soreness is reI lieved and strength imparted . I No plaster was ever made like it I fl No plaster ever acted so quickly and thoroughly . No plaster ever bad such complete control over all H kinds of pain . 5 Placed over the chest it is E g a powerful aid to Ayers gj Cherry Pectoral ; relieving H congestion and drawing out 1 g all inflammation . 1 H FOR SALE BY ALT . DRUGGISTS . H g J . C . AVER CO ., Lowell , Mans , g
Thanksgiving Long Ago . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898
Thanksgiving Long Ago . Tlie frost was onthe cottage pane , The skies were gray and chill ; But , with atrembling hand she smoothed Her ; kerchtefs dainty frill . For then she saw the youthful squire Dismounting In , the snow . In velvet ; coat and buckled shoos , Thanksgiving long ago . While : with her wrinkled sire he talked Of weather and of wheat , His ; car . was ever strained lo catch The -music of her feet . Her ; dimpled arms wore deep in flour , Her . rounded check aglow ; -lev father slept ; he stole a kiss , Thanksgiving long ago . His stately mother and her guests Were waiting at the hall Before ; the feast in silver served ; But he forgot them all , ; at the farmer s humble board , With curly head bent low , Ho called a courtly blessing down , Thanksgiving long ago . i Clear rose \ the moon above the woods And twilight veiled the farm ; But stillhe lingered at the gate , ¦ The bridle on his arm . Oh ,-bake and brew for me alone , Be mine for weal or woe ; . I love-you ...
- '" . •- •' . ' Contents of This Paper . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898
- . •- • . Contents of This Paper . . The following list of things are among the contents of this number of this paper . We will send a choice book as a Christmas girt to the bright boy or girl who is the first to send us a complete b st of correct answers , and a year s . subscription to this paper to the one who sends the second list : - 1 . A nnick Dlay at football . 2 . - Used in fishing . 3 . The place where laws are made . 4 . Some sharp things . 5 . Means of communication . 6 . SupDorting pillars . 7 . A , sDPCies of fruit boys are particularly fond of 8 . A piece of furniture particularly attractive at meal time . , 9 . , Prominent actors . 10 . Parts of a tree most conspicuous in summer time , ¦ 11 . Things that dont lie except when a liar makes them 12 . Wall ornaments . 13 . Stretches of time . 14 . A Judgment pronounced . •15 . A noint we all reach . 16 . Boys who are useful to senators and congressmen . 17 . An important part of men and animals . 18 .. A much coveted ma...
Jack . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898
Jack . ay Li . A . Jtsumigflt . J ACK wasnt a boy , nor a horse , nor a dog : but a big round pumpkin , just as vellow as gold . We found him—Harry and T—in Uncle Charlie s corn field , over to grandma s . He wasnt Jack at all then , not till afterwards . We took n knife—grandma always lets us have knives— . Tane wont . Jane is our cook , and she gets cross when we take her things , but . she makes lovely men for us out of cooky dough when she bakes , so we dont mind if she does scold . We cut out a square piece around the stem of the pumpkin and took out all the seeds . We fed them to Whitefoot ; Whitefoot is grandma s cow . Uncle Charlie says he called her Whitefoot because he had a black nose ; but I guess he was making fun . Next we ¦ cut out two round holes for eyes , . and a three-cornered one for a nose . Harry said it was an isosceles triangle , and he goes to kindergarten , so I suppose he knows . Then we . cut . a big mouth with two rows of teeth , and that was Jack . Jack...
Miss Mattie's Thanksgiving Dinner [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898
Miss Matties Thanksgiving Dinner By Emily Huntington Miller . T T WAS growing dark when Miss Mattie , 1 with her basket on her arm , came into the corner market , to buy her Thanksgiving dinner . The basket was absurdly small , but Miss Mattie was little herself , and when she set it on the high counter and stood blinking in the bright light the calf s head at her elbow seemed to be grinning at them both . Well , Miss Mattie , called ou the marketman , in his hearty fashion , I see your mind is not set on » a turkey this time , but just wait till I start this basket off for Cap n Lawson s and Ill show you the rightthing—a plump little duck . 1- clapped into the safe this morning , thinking to myself that s the very moral of a treat for Miss Mattie . Miss Mattie looked embarrassed and rubbed her forefinger uneasily over a small coin that lay in the palm of her hand under her glove . It was a silver 5-cent piece , and she had taken it with much hesitation from a little store of pieces...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898
PoorandWeakCatarrh and Bronchial Trouble — Had no Appetite—Now Better in Every Way—A Delicate Child . Some time since I took a sudden oolfl and could not get rid of it . Being subject to catarrh and bronchial trouble I coughed terribly . I lost my appetite and grew poor and weak and I did not feel like work . I began taking Hood s Sarsaparilla . In a short time the cough disappeared , I slept well , had a good appetite and I was better in every way . Last spring I was not feeling well , I had no appetite and no strength . I resorted to Hood s Sarsaparilla and soon felt more like work . My little nephew was a delicate child and had a humor which troubled him so he could not rest at night . He has taken a few bottles of Hood s Sarsaparilla and now he has a good appetite and is able to sleep . Miss ABBIE J . FEBESIAN , South Duxbury , Mass . HOGG S pariila Is the One True BloodPurifler . All druggists . Si . Hnorl c PiUc are the best after-dinner 11 UUU a _ - ____. pinSj aid digestion ...
4 ¦ - » PUZZLE BOX . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898
4 ¦ - » PUZZLE BOX . 203 . —CHARADE . My flrst is a girl , My second is a boy , My third is ii word of command , My whole is a dance . , , 204 . —BIBLICAL ENIGMA . ( Composed of twenty-four letters ;) 17 1 7 8 10 3 5 IS heareth his father s instructions Is a quotation from Proverbs . Fear not the gods of the 17 0 3 14 2 11 IS 24 is quoted from Judges . . &lt; The thing that Is 10 22 4 brlngeth lie forth Is from Job . 21 20 11 12 13 14 and honey shall he ciitVls taken from . Isaiah . The whole is part of a verse in Proverbs . 205 . —CHANGED HEADS . 1 . Change tlie head of an animal , and have a fruit . 2 . Change the head of a fruit , and have fr giit . 3 . Change ; the head . of a fearful , foreboding , and have an article of food . 4 . Change the head of an article of food , and have an article sometimes used for fuel . 5 . Change the head of sorrow , and have concise . 6 . Change the head of , a noted cape , and have a common grain . 7 . Change the head ot an article large...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898
—Some classes of fruit , such as the banana , raisin , fig , date , and apple , have food ele-ments-in such combination and amount that they are abundantly able to sustain life . No substances are so well prepared to enter directly into the nourishment , of the body when taken from the hand of nature as are fruits . They require less cooking , and when selected and gathered at the proper season , they are freer from disease than all other food ele--ments . Nearly every individual would find it an advantage to make a larger proportion of his dietary of fruit . —Dr . A . J . Sanderson . — - *— ± —No one can he disloyal to any civic duty without being false to his country .
HOI ONE THANKSGIVING IAS POSTPONED . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 17 November 1898
HOI ONE THANKSGIVING IAS POSTPONED . BY DOROTHY E . NELSON . THE elm trees stood etched against the still gold of a September sunset , but little pools of shadow were already settling in the hollows of the road and meadows when John Danforth set out on bis way to Rachel Whitney s . As lie rode along he met one and another , who greeted him and to whom he returned greeting , but he heard neither his own words nor those that were said to him , for his heart was full of Rachel , and the sweetness of her voice sounded in his ears . He pictured her as he had seen her , moving about the room through light . and shadow or sitting at her . wheel with the strong red glow of the fire upon her , looking up rarely with some shy answer to his remarks . But this evening was not to be as other evenings . The young fellow s pulse quickened and his heart beat more quickly as he thought of the one between . Tonight Rachel would be waiting—perchance she was expecting him now—and after tonight He haste...