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HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONS . Under this head we shall endeavor to answer each week all questions on any subject within the housekeeper s domain . We shall , be glad to have the opinions of other housekeepers on the subjects asked about . To be Wedded : —Acknowledge , a wedding present by a short note soon after its receipt . - Lettie : —We have heard it said that a simple way to keep the complexion fresh is to wash the face in very warm water every night just before retiring and rub vigorously . &lt; Elizabeth : —The disagreeable odor of new feathers may be mitigated by . open ing the pillows and airing , them in the sun for about two weeks ! If this proves ineffectual bake them in a moderately warm oven . Mrs . N . —The one thing which can hardly be equaled for brightening and refreshing the complexion is the milk which is squeezed from a grated cocoanut and applied to the face while it is fresh . , Cocoa butter will render the face plump and smooth if applied regularly and the pa...
Our Cubbing List [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
Our Cubbing List Save money by sending subscriptions to other periodicals to us . If you d © not find what you want in tnii Hat , write and we will quote you a reduced price . If you want more than one periodical on this list , deduct $ 1 . 00 from the combination price of each with this paper and send us the balance . Regular Sub- Clubbing , Frtca » scription Price . with this pap » iv 82 00 Advance , Chicago 82 90 1 00 American Bee Journal 1 80 50 American Poultry Journal 1 # 1 50 , American Dairyman ... 2 . 80 1 00 American Sheep Breeder 1 80 &gt; 3 00 Arena ... 8 80 100 Arthur s Home Magazine .... ; . 180 4 00 Art Amateur ................... 4 80 50 Arkansas Traveler ............. 1 40 4 00 Atlantic Monthly 4 •&amp; 50 Babyland ........ ...... 1 40 1 00 Blade , Toledo , Ohio ............. 1 80 1 50 Brainards Musical World ...... 2 80 2 00 Breeders Gazette ............. 8 50 100 Butterlck Magazine ............ 1 I &amp; 1 00 Carpentry and Building ...........
RECIPES . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
RECIPES . * Fried hominy—Take cold , boiled hominy , make but . in little flat cakes ;&gt; roll in corn meal , and fry in boiling fat . Trifle—Cut stale cake in slices and spread preserves between ; lay in a deep dish and heap the dish full of whipped cream . Havana soup—Two quarts of stock , one onion , ten cloves , four peppers and four tomatoes , one stalk of celery . Boil fifteen minutes , and add one cup of rice and one cup of salted shrimps . Serve when the rice is tender . Lemon saucer-Put a v tablespoonful of cornstarch into a bowl with a tablespoonful of butter and a half cupful of sugar . Beat well ; pour over boiling water , and stir over the fire until thick . ¦ Take upland add the grated rind and juice of one lemon . Geriis—Beat three eggs separately until light ; stir the yolks , one pint of milk and three cupfuls of sifted flour together . Beat well ; add a tablespoonful of melted butter and a teaspoonful of salt ; mix well ; sift in two teaspoonfuls of baking...
PAIN IN THE SIDE . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
PAIN IN THE SIDE . I was laid up with the grip for several weeks , which , left me with a pain in my right side and around my heart . I began taking Hood s Sarsaparilla , and after using it for a short time , the pain in my side was relieved , and after taking . two bottles it was entirely gone . —Nicolas Gasper , 109 Lewis St ., Chicago , 111 . Hoods Pills cure biliousness , indigestion . —When we are children we brag about our parents ; when we get to be young men and young women we brag about ourselves ; when we become older we brag about our children . —Boston Transcript . CHEAP EXCURSIONS TO GREAT SOUTHWEST . On January 14 and 28 , February 11 and March 10 , 1896 , the Santa Fe Route will run a series of homeseekers excursions from the East to principal points in Arkansas , Arizona , Southern Missouri , Oklahoma , Indian Territory and Texas . Ticket rate will be about one fare for round trip , with liberal limits and stop-over privileges . These Santa Fe Route excursions will e...
Our Young Folks' Corner [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
Our Young Folks Corner CUTTING BREAD . By Mae Myrtle Cboic Dont ask me , dolly , to cut bread , I really cant do so . ¦ For yesterday at supper-time , I , cut myself you know ! I had to wrap my hand all up In mamma s handkerchief ; And now to-day its painful quite , It s very sore and stiff . And so , my dolly dear , to-day You cant have any bread . And if you re very hungry , why You must eat cake instead ! LINCOLN AS A CAPTAIN , AWRITER in McClure s tells how Lincoln was elected captain in the Black Hawk war , as follows : Preparations were quickly made , and by April 22 , 1832 , the nieri were at Beardstown . Here each company elected its own officers j arid Lincoln became a candidate for the captaincy of the company frorii Sangamon , to which he belonged ; % His friend Greene used to give something beside ambition as his reason for desiring the captaincy . &lt; One of the odd jobs which Lincoln bad taken since coming £ rit 6 Illinois ^ was working in a sawmill £ or a man...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
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Our Story Teller [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
Our Story Teller The Don Professor s Specimen . By Edgar L . Wakeman . ( Copyright . All rights reserved . ) La paz de Dlos sea en esta casa ! ( The peace of God be upon your house !) Y venga con voz ! ( Come you with that Itolessingl ) The little gray old man who had uttered the ¦ Invocation and the little gray old donkey be- &lt; neatb . him , were sorry looking objects in the wondrous summer night moonlight which . poured through the rifts of the giant forest -trees , -there In the almost unknown mountain district of southern Cuba . The very radiance of the moonlight added years in appearance to the woebegone face of the rider , despite his deep and almost sparkling black eyes . It silvered the white of his hair , the gray -of his travel-stained clothing and ponderous patched panniers ; while what little of the shaggy hair of his donkey , whose head was already touching the ground with slumberous intent , could be seen , took on the same weird spectral appearance , i Stra...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
m $ - Q, The Pocket-Washer UQIiHE ^ Bis warranted to wash IOO PIECES Jlf \ fflf » nONE HOUR . S 3 clean as can be washe * &gt; XI ^* V on the washboard ! Write for prices and descrrp--J &amp;^ C * 2 ^ tion . ROCKER WASHER CO ,,. •» ^ f ^ m liberal InauoementB to live « «• Ft . Wajno , ImW Wisconsin FarmersInstitute Bulletin No . 9 is now ready for distribution . Fifty thousand copies issued . A 320-page hand book of agriculture , Treats of Dairying , Horse Breeding . Sheep and Swine husbandry , Potato Growing . Market Gardening , Boad Making , etc . No farmer should be without it . Free at Wisconsin Institutes . Mailed to Wisconsin farmers for 25 cents for cloth bound copies and 10 cents for paper covered copies . 8 ent outside of the State for 40 cents for cloth bound copies and 25 cents for paper covered copies . Address __„ _ i GEO . McKERROVV , Supt ., Madison , Wis . 3 ^ V ^ kl-kCi-r f-tffc- **) ^ Specimenpages . ??• t ^ LPfSlVJL &lt; 9 sent on applicati...
ALLEGED FUN [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
ALLEGED FUN — Kittie , you must letpapa s watch alone . . I wont hurt it , papa . I just want to— • - Put it down , I teli you ! I aint hurtin it . I only want to see what makes it— „ If you dont let that watch alone , I shall certainly have to punish you . I aint —• Wil you put it down ? All I want to do with it is to— .. Kittie , do you hear what I say ? Yes ; and youd hear what I say if you didnt talk so much . —Chicago Tribune . . —Mother— What is that you are drawing ? Little Daughter— That s a picture of Adam and Eve , an the apple tree , an the serpent . But you have given Eve a hoop-skirt , and dressed Adam in knee-breeches . Well , they , were the oldest fashions 1 could think of . —Little Miss Mugg ( proudly)— Pop has bought , this house , and paid for it , too . Little Miss Freckles ( loftily )— We wouldnt want to be known as the owners of such a miserable house as that . Little Miss Mugg ( angrily )— You live in a worse one . Little Miss Freckles ( triumphantly )—- We on...
HER FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
HER FORTUNE AN OHIO GIRL TELLS HOW SHE FOUND IT . Overheard in the Cars . Some women , says the Daily Commercial , have found , a fortune in their faces , while others have found a fortune in their . figures . But more interesting and profitable than the experience of these , is that of , the Ohio girl who actually found a fortune in her ear . &gt; This young lady has been a resident of the Buckeye State for fifteen years .. Her present home is 5 n Cincinnati , where she ranks as one of the most successful musicians and voice trainers in the entire west . Her personal attractiveness and usually vivacious temperament have , combined with her accomplishments , gained for her an enviable social position . To look at her bright , rosy , girlish face one would suppose that her life had been , one of perpetual sunshine , and that she had never known a mo TELLING THE REPORTER ABOUT HER FORTUNE . ; ment s unhappiness . No one would for an instant surmise that this same girl had for ...
To Every Reader : [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
To Every Reader : It will be to your interest to turn to page 2 for our special offer of a premium of twenty packets of seeds given away to every person who will send us a new subscriber . This premium is worth to you at least one dollar , as the geeds are choice and include both rare , vegetable and exceptionally fine flower seeds . Of cnirse we know that our old friends are all willing to help extend the circulation for the good it will do . But we add this bonus as a stimulus to immediate action . Please send the name before the end of a week . V HpF * This liberal offer is , of course , for yearly subscription at one dollar .
BOBBY'S COMPOSITION . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
BOBBYS COMPOSITION . PARENTS . Parents are things which boys have to look after them . Most girls , also have parents . Parents consist ? of Pas and Mas . Pas talk a good deal about what they are going to do , but mostly it s Mas that make you mind . Sometimes it is different , though . Once there was a boy home from college on vacation . His parents lived on a farm . There was work to be done on the farm . Work on a farm always has to be done early in the morning . This boy didnnt get up . His sister goes to the stairway and calls : Willie , tis a beautiful morning . Rise and list to the lark . The boy didnt say anything . Then his Ma calls : William , it is time , to get . Your breakfast is growing cold . The boy kept right on not saying anything . Then his Pa puts his head in the stairway , and says he , Bill ! Coming sir ! says the boy . I know a boy that hasnt got any par ents . He goes in swimming whenever he pleases . But I am going to stick to my parents . However , I dont t...
AN ABLE CITY EDITOR . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
AN ABLE CITY EDITOR . The second day after this his employer said to him , Robinson , there s a man come to town named-Wash Gazley . He is aKriminal and a deadbeat , who has killed five or six men . He is how drunk and going about town destroying the property of some of our best advertisers ; Just touch him up tomorrow morning . . Robinson wrote a ripping item , in-which he called the man a coward , tramp , chicken-thief , and so forth , and warned him to get out of town under pain of further disclosures in the fearless columns of The Dove . It was a hot paragraph , and when the foreman read it he simply remarked , Well , I hope the man that takes the city editorship to-mor-row will write a plainer hand . About ten o clock the next morning Robinson was walking quietly along . the main street of the town with his , right hand resting carelessly in his coat-pocket . Suddenly Mr . Gazley stepped out of the door of a saloon . He reached for his revolver . The young man from Yale who cou...
A GOOD REASON . [Newspaper Article] — Western Rural and Livestock Weekly — 23 January 1896
A GOOD REASON . A drummer . —and a drummer , you know , never tells a lie—told me of how a preacher tested the effect of hard times on his congregation . At the conclusion of one of his sermons , he said : Let every man in the house who is paying his debts stand up . Instantly every man , with but one exception , arose to his feet . The preacher seated the crowd and then said : Let every man who is not paying his debts . stand up . The exception noted , a careworn , hungry-look-ing , clothed-in-his-last-summer-suit individual , slowly assumed a perpendicular position and leaned upon the back of the bench . How is it , my friend , asked the minister , that you are the only man in the congregation that is unable to meet his obligations ? I run a harness-shop , he meekly replied , and my brethren here , who have just stood up , are all my customers , and— Let us pray , exclaimed the minister . — Exchange .