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™ V Our Stamped Linens [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898
™ V Our Stamped Linens Lace Net Centerpiece—No . . 0700 . THIS 22-inch centerpiece , as you will notice , is made entirely with the buttonhole stitch and from the engraving here shown looks very plain . When the following : directions , however , are followed , you will be more than surprised at the effect . A fine net is first basted under the design , care beingtakento get it down smoothly , then run a stitch ( by sewing machine is the best ) around the inside line of each scallop . ; When this isdone , cut the linen out of e achscallop . . Thepiece is now ready to button-hole . By doing the work this way , you will notice that there is no chance for the linen to ravel out in laundrying as you button-hole over the edge of linen cut out . With each order for center piece , net and silk , we will send free a 12-in . doily to match so that you can utilize the piece of net which is cut from under the linen in the center of large piece . Price of stamped piece , 30 cents ; net and silk...
A LITTLE SUFFERER [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898
A LITTLE SUFFERER Face , Hands and Arms Covered With Scrofulous Humors—How a Cure Was Effected . When five years old my little boy had scrofula on his face , hands and arms . It was worst on his chin , although the sores on his cheeks and hands were very bad . It appeared in the form of red pimples which would fester , break open and run and then scab over . After disappearing they won id break out again . They caused intense itchjng and the little sufferer had to bo watched continually to keep him from scratching the sores . We became greatly alarmed at his condition . My wife s mother had had scrofula arid the only medicine which had helpd her was Hood s Sa rsaparilla . We decided to give it to our boy and we noted an improvement in hia case very soon . After giving him four bottles of Hood s Sarsaparilla the humor had all been driven out of his blood and it has never since returned . WILLIAM BAKTZ , 416 South Williams St ., South Bend , Indiana . You can buy Hood s Sarsaparilla o...
The First Thanksgiving * Dinner [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898
The First Thanksgiving * Dinner THE first Thanksgiving was appointed by Governor Bradford , at Plymouth , Mass ., in 1621 , the year following the landing of the Pilgrims , in order that the Colonists in a more special way could rejoice together at having all things in good and plenty , writes Clifford Howard in the November Ladies Home Journal . In preparation for the feast gunners were sent into the woods for wild turkeys , which , abounded there in great numbers : kitchens were made ready : for preparing the feast—especially the large one in Dame . Brewster s house , which was : under the immediate direction and charge of Priscilla Molines , she who afforward : became the wife of John Alden—while a . messenger was dispatched to invite Massasoit . the chief of the friendly tribe , to attend the celebration . Early on the morning of the appointed Thursday—about the first of November—Massasoit and ninety of his warriors arrived on the outskirts of the village , and with wild yells a...
OUR YOUNG FOLKS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898
OUR YOUNG FOLKS A Surprised Family . The Thompsons small hoy is the kind of youngster usually spoken of by the neighbors as that imp . The Thompsons themselves , because he is one of the family , pass over his misdeeds in silence and reserve their opinions . As Halloween approached young Jim was observed to be in a perpetual state of chuckle and unholy glee , which state , to those who knew the signs , foretold something especially i : i maddening fermenting in his brain . Like the London policeman , who cannot arrest a man he knows is going to murder till tbe suspected gentleman has committed the crime , the Thompsons were unable to take summary measures in advance , but Thompson pater decided to issue a warning couched in general and all-em-bracing terms . Jini , he said , sternly , at Sunday morning breakfast , if you have a yearning to get mixed up in any gate changing , horseblock moving , signstealhie ppisodes tomorrow night , pause and remember the Mainp bnfore It goes any fa...
7 Catching the Thanksgiving Turkey [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898
7 Catching the Thanksgiving Turkey To the girl or boy eighteen years of age or under sending in the best story suggested by the accompanying picture , we will give a nicely bound volume of Beautiful Joe . the autobiography of : a dog ; This and its companion , Black Beauty , the autobiography of a horse , ought to be in every familv . The children never tire of reading them . For the next best story we will give , if the writer be a girl , her-selec-tion of our stamped linens ; if a boy , a book that will njense him . Stories must be written with ink , on one side of the paper only , must not contain more than 500 words , and must be mailed not later than Dec . 12 . »&lt;»
Who Gives Us Our Thanksgiving Dinner _ [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898
Who Gives Us Our Thanksgiving Dinner _ On . Thanksgiving Day little Dorothy said , With many . a nod of her -wise curly head , The , cook Is as busy as busy can be , And very good , too—for tis easy to- see She , gives us our Thanksgiving Dinner . Oh , no , little Dorothy , answered the cook , Just think of the trouble your dear mother took In planning , the dinner , and getting for me The things that I cook ; so tis mother , you see , Who gives us our Thanksgiving Di oner . Of course It Is mother ; I ought to have known , Said Dorothy ,. then , In a satisfied tone . But mother said smiling : You fire not rlglil yet ; TIs father who gives me the money to get The things for our Thanksgiving Dinner . But father said : I earn the money , tis true ; But money alone not a great deal can do . The butcher , the grocer , whose things we must buy . Should not be forgotten , for they inoi-e than I Will give us our Thanksgiving , Dinner . 01 i , Isnt Is funny ? said Dorothy , thou ; And-now , ...
A Risinp * Artist "' [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898
A Risinp * Artist By H . W . Smith . My little boy is an artist great ,,. He drew these pictures upon a slate , A horse with , a mountain-like back Standing on legs just like a : tack . ¦ His birds are queer looking things , With small bodies , and scarcely auy wings , Tho they may be wondrous wise—For they are mostly head and eyes . The latest work upon his slate . The work upon which hangs his fate , The best I ever knew him . to draw , Was apicture of . &lt; Pa and Ma . v - ¦ ¦ . ? * * — Did I see you comin out o my white folks backyahd late last night ? inquired Miss Miami Brown . , Idunrio , answered Mr . Erastus Pinklcy . Mebbe you might have . Is you got any possessions dar ? No ; I aint got no regular possessions ; only ies acoalin station . —Washington Star . —The Rev . Mr . Perkins , called upon suddenly to address a Sunday school , thought he would get a few original ideas from his young hearers . Children , said he , I want some of you to tell me what I shall tal...
Our Young Folks' Letters [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898
Our Young Folks Letters Dear Editor : —I , am a little boy seven years old . I go to school every day and read in tbe second reader . I have one brother five years old . • We have two cats and six little bantes ; they are so tome that they eat out of my hand . —Ernest Froth , St . Joe Co ., Mich . Dear Editor : —! like to read the young folks letters very much . I am nine years old , and go to school and read in the fourth reader . We have a lady teacher this term , and we all like her . Her name is Miss Cook . One of our little school mates had his hand caught in the bean thesher and It was crushed so badly ho was obliged to go to Chicago to the hospital and . had his hand cut off above the wrist . He was gone nearly two . weeks . My sister and I took a half a term of music lessons and we had to stop when school commenced . I liked lt very much . My papa has taken the Western Rural for several years and likes it very well . —Grace Shcue , Kenosha Co ., Wis . • ¦ * Dear Editor : —I ...
Conundrum Corner [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898
Conundrum Corner Not one correct answer was received to the fifteen conundrums given in this paper of October 27 , nor was there a list containing more than seven correct answers . One of the conditions of the otter was that at least eight of the conundrums must be correctly answered , but we make an exception this time and send a set of six stamped linen doilies to the two best lists , which were sent by Mrs . Lizzie A . Herman , Beloit , Kan ., and Geo . H . Marshall , Morrice , Mich The correct answers to the fifteen conundrums are . as follows : 1 . Madam . I m Adam . 2 . Because it had no Eve . 3 . For Adam s Express Company . 4 . Because he -aised Cain . 5 . The Ice isdsis . ) . ¦ -. G . Because be sometimes goes out at night when he oughtnt to . 7 . In Webster s Dictionary . S . The Widow s mite and the wicked flee . A A 9 . Alphabet . ¦ 10 . Fascination . 11 . Because when once changed it soon goes . 12 . Because all they want is carrying out . 13 . Because they hold the rai...
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898
MISCELLANEOUS Hints on the Study of the Silver Question • ¦ ¦ - By John A . Grier . In a late number of the Library Bulletin I notice an article by Mr . E . V . Smalley , general secretary of tbe National Sound Money League of the United States . If it were not for his official position I would not trouble you and your students who propose to undertake the study of the money question with these comments . Mr . Smalley states the position of the gold men fairly well and endeavors to define the position of those who defend the honesty and expediency of our silver dollar coinage , but in this respect I think he makes a failure . Persons who agree that bur silver dollar coinage is both honest and expedient do not agree in all the details of the money question . However , we jointly contend against the injustness of the single gold standard , and what is of even more importance , we all agree that the paper or credit money of the United States should be issued and controlled by the gover...
Call for a Convention [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898
Call for a Convention A CALL headed Our Country s JNew Responsibilities asks for a conference , at Washington , D . C , December 13-15 . 1898 . Its scope is sufficiently set forth in the call as follows : Our country has been suddenly called to develop into self-governing citizenship millions of people that have but recently emerged from savagery , and other millions that have been degraded by long-continued • oppression . We therefore invite to the above-named convention all Christian citizens , for a conference , with special but not exclusive reference to our new island territories , on the following questions : Should suffrage be limited by educational tests or otherwise in the new island territories ? Should civil-service reform be extended to the new island offices ? Should the national laws for onr present territories , requiring scientific temperance education , forbidding prize fights—bull fights also—restricting divorce , and forbidding bigamy and fornication , be extended...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898
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Magazines [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 24 November 1898
Magazines , -The Arena appears again , only a little late , and with its familiar and attractive look and usual full list of stimulating articles on . live topics . It will receive further notice in our next . —No ; articles published . ih years have attracted so much attention as those entitled Suppressed News from Washington , now running in the New Time , Chicago s aggressive reform magazine . The third installment appears In the November number and declares that the reason President McKlnley does not force Alger s resignation is due tothie fact that the former appointed all or nearly all of the officials responsible for the scandals now being investigated . —Attention is drawn in the North American Review for November to tbe subject of - / National Public Health Legislation , by Ul-O . B . Wingate , M . D ., secretary of the Wisconsin State Board of Health . Dr . Wingate is an earnest advocate of the socalled Spponer Bill , which was presented ¦ to ! i the Senate of the Fifty-fi...