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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

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

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

LUMBER AT HALF PRICES . Send us your bill for estimate . We furnish com- , plete 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 . Worlds Fair Buildings ; Chicago Post Office Building . Send for free Illustrated General Catalogue . containing Merchandise for the Home , Field , Farm and Factory . We can save you money . SiO Sewing Machines for $ 18 . We sell every reliable Sewing Machine made . We employ no agents , pay no commissions , which enables us to save you from * i 5 to $ 40 on any Sewing Manine you maj select . All machinesbrane ew , guaranteed latest improved , with al : ttachmcntt * , and warranted for lOyeare , Satisfaction guaranteed or money refund . fl . ) Onr illustrated catalogue ffives full articulars , and will be mailed free . Address : J „ N . HOOK & CO ., 1351 Central Ave . jr .. ...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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As Seen by the Packers . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

As Seen by the Packers . F OLLOWING are some questions which were propounded by Secretary F . D . Cbburr . of the Kansas Board of Agriculture to the leading pork-Dackers of the country , when compiling his quarterly report . Pork Production , and the answers made thereto in reference to swine for their purposes . These enable the farmer to see his swine as looked at through the eyes of the men whose business is the conversion of them into provisions , and innumerable other commodities , ready for the world of consumers whom th-jy seek : If in your business as slaughterers and purveyors you have any preference as to breeds of swine , what breeds are preferable and on what are your preferences based ? Armour . —In buying , the question of breed is given but little attention , quality and condition being the chief consideration . Swift . —For ordinary packing purposes we prefer PolandChinas . . ., _ . , Schwarzchild . —We prefer Berkshires . on account of better dressing , their smalle...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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Cuckoos and Shrikes . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

Cuckoos and Shrikes . The U S . Department of Agriculture has recently published Bulletin No . 9 , Division of Biological Survey , entitled Cuckoos and shrikes in their relation to agriculture . It contains two papers , one on The Food of Cuckoos , by Prof . F . B . L . Beal , and the other . The Food of Shrikes , by Sylvester D . Judd , Ph . D . These papers are based on investigations made in the laboratory of the Biological Survey . . ,,,,, „„ The stomachs of 109 yellow-billed and forty-six black-billed cuckoos , obtained in twenty States , the District of Columbia , and Canada , were examined . In the report the two species-are treated together since they proved to be very much alike in diet . The greatest difference is that , the yellow-billed cuckoo eats more beetles and fewer bugs . The examination showed that cuckoos do at times eat fruit , but that it is not their usual habit . The insect food of cuckoos consists of beetles , grasshoppers , cicadas , bugs , wasps , flies , ...

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Notes from the Kansas State Dairy . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

Notes from the Kansas State Dairy . By D . H . Otis . THE dairy class , in the State Agricultural College at Manhattan . Kansas , has been testing adulterated milk . Each member was supplied with five samples of milk without any knowledge of how they had been treated , and asked to give a diagnosis of ea ? h , sample . By the use of the thermometer , lactometer , and Babcoek test , they found that one sample was normal milk , one sample had been watered , . one sample skimmed , one both watered and skimmed , and one had cream added : to it . The dairy department of the experiment station has been expermenting with etheras a means of distinguishing between butter and oleomargarine . Take very small portions of butter and . oleomargarine , about the size of a pin head , and place in separate - spots on clean piece of glass . A drop of ether placed on the butter will assume a wavy but somewhat regular outline ; while a drop placed on the oleomargarine will have a ragged outline ; very ...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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The Shepherds' Contest at Omaha [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

The Shepherds Contest at Omaha THE four $ 10 . 00 special prizes offered by the American Sheep Breeder to the four shepherds whom the judges should deem most worthy of them were given under the following conditions : Bach shepherd contending for a prize to bring into the arena five home bred sheep of his own fitting , the test of merit being the condition of the sheep shown and the-manner in which they were presented for inspection . Thomas Bradburn of England and John L ; Thompson of Indiana were the judges . The en + ries for this contest were as follows : Dan Taylor of Allerton , 111 .: Tom Radwell of Avoca , Iowa , and Geo . Heatley of Lexington , Neb ., respectively representing the show flocks of Geo . Allen , Ed . Wineland and C . H . Ballinger . Herbert Radwell ot Stonington , Hi :: Willie McKerrow of Sussex , Wis ., and Wm . Bla ney , Si-ssex . Wis ., representing respectively the flocks of Dick Stone and Geo . McKerrow . John Linden , of Gibson & Walker s flock...

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QUERIST COLUMN . ' [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

QUERIST COLUMN . Sign your name and address to all letters for this ; department . We take no notice of unsigned communications . We will not publish the names If so requested . Questions will not be answered unless written on paper containing no refernce to subscriptions or other departments v . of the paper . Questions of ; law In this column are answered by O . R . Barnett , of the Chicago Bar , 153 G Mohadnock building , Chicago . Owing to the large number of legal questions received by this department ¦ ¦ .. with requests -for , ; reply by mail , we shall hereafter answei no legal queries by mail unless accompanied by a , fee of ? 1 . per question . Tariff Schedule . Please toll me whore I can obtain . correct statistics , giving the tariff on the different prod ? ucts- and those on which there is no tariff . —W . Grun , Mo . —Write to . Secretary of the Treasury , Wash- , ington , D . C , for tariff schedules . - Thanks for Song . . Many thanks to the kind friends who sent the...

Publication Title: National Rural And Family Magazine
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H'OMKSKKKEitS * EXCURSIONS . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

HOMKSKKKEitS * EXCURSIONS . Dec . 6 and 20 , the Chicago , Milwaukee & St . • Paul Hallway will sell round-trip excursion tickets ( good for twenty-one days ) to a great many points in South and . North Dakota and other western and south- 1 western states at practically one fare for the round trip . Take a trip west and see what an amount of good land can be purchased for very little money . Further Information as to rates , routes , prices of farm lands , etc ., may be obtained on application to any . coupon ticket agent or by addressing Geo . H . Heafford , Genl Pass . Acent , Old Colony Bldg ., Chicago , III .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

Those who write advertisers will confera fayor if they will mention this paper .

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

L . C . YOUNG & CO . LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS . Hogs , Cattle and Sheep . Room 14 Exchange Building , f 111 / > A C / *» Union Stock Yards , V - > rH ^_ iAVjLMarket reports furnished free . ! iaa ^^ iiaa ^ iiaim ? j « ij jgj ^ ga . _ 2 Quiet , Orderly , Gentle and Safe I animal is the one that has been dehorned . H means nnlinul comfort and that means animal profit . This knife cuts clean , no arutthhifc or brulalitp . Jt is quick , causes least pain . Strong and lasting Fully warranted . Highest awards World s Fair , Send for free circulars and prices before buying . A . C . BBOSIUB . Coehrnnvllle , Pa . Trade ^ wwN ^^^ N ^«< v >^ y ^_^^ v % * * dj LUMP jaw ] ___ MI ; * 1 ^ SifcS __! Er Easily and thoroughly cured . \ ; gggfittlifc-al _?\§ qft New , common-sense method , f E ^ 3 SH |^ I ^ SV £ U not expensive . No cure * no r ^ - -. ISS-lP-SE ^ ty I , uy * * ISE . A practical , ill- / € - _ 35-W ^ S !_ My _\ S \ strated...

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DOMESTIC AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

DOMESTIC AFFAIRS Edited by Mrs . Bertha Caswell Norton . The Pumpkin By . John G . Whlttier . Oh , greenly and fair In the lands of the sun , The vines of the gourd and the rich melon run , And the rock and the tree and the cottage enfold , With broad leaves all greenness and blossoms all gold . Like that which o er Ninevah s prophet once grew , While we waited to know that his warning was true , And longed for the storm-cloud , and listened in vain For the rush of the whirlwind and red fire-rain . On the banks of the Xenil , the dark Spanish maiden Comes up with the fruit of the tangled vine laden ; And the Creole of Cuba laughs out to behold Through orange leaves shining the broad spheres of gold ; Yet with dearer delight from his home in the north , On the fields of his harvest the Yankee looks forth , Where crook-necks are coiling and yellow fruit shines . And the sun of September melts down on his vines . Ah ! on Thanksgiving Day , when from east and from west , From north and ...

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The Boy Orator of Illinois [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

The Boy Orator of Illinois M ASTER Victor A . Bullman . the boy orator of Illinois , was -born March 17 . 1891 . near Bunker Hill , 111 . He is much beloved not only owing to his handsome features and gentle heart , but because of his intellectual ability . At his first bv oft repeating to his mother that as soon as he was old enough he would give entertainments , and wanted his mother to be sure and come . The little fellow predict- ed quite correctly , for at the age of only two years he made his first appearance in public , at Centerville , 111 ., a small country place , and the hall in which he spoke was crowded . He spoke with a clearness and force that astonished the vast audience . The piece he rendered was one of Longfellow s old and spirited poems , called The Tempest , the recital of which was so applauded that the little orator was compelled to reappear and responded with a song . ^ Master Victor s parents did all in their power to encourage him in his VICTOR A . BULLMAN ...

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Domestic Uses ; of Beef [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

Domestic Uses ; of Beef By Caroline A . Hilling . ¦ - H AVING explained the chemical effect of the various methodsof cooking so that they may be thoroughly understood , the principles may be briefed for memorizing thus : For roasting , stewing , broiling or frying , the meat should , be exposed to a high degree of heat at first and then cooked more , slowly until done . For soup put flesh , fat and bones into cold water , heat slowly and then simmer for several hours . Corned beef should also be put into cold water and the boiling point slowly , then kept at that temperature , boiling gently until done . When it is desired to serve cold let it cool in . the water before removing and pressing . In cooking any meat never fill up the kettle with cold water under any circumstances . Keep a tea-kettle convenient so as to replenish with hot water if needed . To reduce the temperature too suddenly in cooking changes the chemical elements and toughens the meat . This applies to roasting , b...

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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

I . W A ^^ X Cbe T Watermelon I PatcJv S i I I { $ &> fifflHWw i | lk Every lover of watermelons will envy the . W jp * MJI ^ iW ^) young heroes of this humorous story by ^ # jr HE YOUTH % i ^ ¦ COAVPAN ON WILLIAM D . HOWELLS . - ^—^ JR * Contributors to other December issues will be Hon . Thos . B . Reed , Congressional Oratory ; » Marquis « 5 VofxK ^ Efa « r- ^«^ S & Christmas ; Mme . Lillian Nordica , Experiences m a Singer s g Life ; and I . Zangwill , Troublesome Travel in Italy . MtSS ^ a ^ ° * $£ Cbt Companion for wo- * ¦ Jr ^^ k 1 m Companion CaUnaar . M ™ e e st 1 | 1 In addition to the 52 issues of the volume for 1899 , -which , will be , W | ¥ § 4 *«»; the best THE C OMPANION has ever published , every subscriber will 2 g & iPkli ^ nnflV # t § - 4 m A receive the beautiful Companion Calendar , lithographed m the most S || K V _ UI \ - . 11 VIUI Kg | a « k delicate and harmonious colors , with a border of stamped gold , lt \ W...

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His Thankserivinsr Sermon [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

His Thankserivinsr Sermon By Velma Caldwell Melville . HB was a minister and the morrow was Thanksgiving . An eloquent , flowery sermon lay finished on his desk and ,- fax the eaTly twilight , well satisfied , he turned an easy chair to the fire and settled himself to rest . But the mind never rests and soon he was busily engaged in counting up the successes and blessings of the past year . Its been an uncommonly satisfactory year , he mused ; and an uncomonly busy one . Let me see , I have preached at least seventy-five sermons , and touched on every vital question . No , you havent ! said a decided voice beside him . Turning in surprise , he saw a sweet creature , angelic in appearance , who certainly did not look capable of contradicting a man so flatly . Why , what s this ? Who are yon ? I am an angel of mercy . Eh ! Anybody dying or in need ? Did you want me ? Plenty of people are dying and in need , but for none of them am I here . Yes , I want you ; get ready for we have a lo...

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Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898

fotcping j Consumption I I Do not think for a single I I moment that consumption will I I I ever strike you a sudden blow . . I I It does not come that way . I I It creeps its way along . - I First , you think it is a little 1 cold ; nothing but a little hackI ing cough ; then a little loss in I weight ; then a harder cough ; I then the fever and the night I sweats . 1 The suddenness comes when I you have a hemorrhage . 1 Better stop the disease while I it is yet creeping . B You can do it with [ Ayers Echcrrg j pectoral You first notice that you cough less . The pressure on the chest is lifted . That feeling of suffocation is removed . A cure is hastened by placing one of Dr . Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plaster I over the Chest . I A Book Free . I It is on the Diseases of the B Throat and Lungs . fl Write us Freely . fl H If you have any complaint -whatever H H and desire the best medical advice yon B K oan possibly receive , -write the doctor _ H freely . You-willreceiveapromptreply , ...

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