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most . Making and Marketing Beef . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898

most . Making and Marketing Beef . * By Clay : Robinson & Co . ^^ i ^ NE of the essential , conditions in beef production is ^ il | 3 ff a careful consideration of the market to which the beef ? I [| I [_ L must go . When therefore the feeder or farmer purchases $ 5 ? = &> or produces he must keep in mind the requirements of his m a r k e t—t h e quality , weight , finish and class demanded . He must select one •of the leading beef breeds , or . a judicious cross , if he would make sure his foundation . To attempt to build a beef structure upon a Holstein , Jersey or other dairybreed base would be to imitate the man who built his housa upon . the sand . The wind . of market condemnation - w 0 u 1 d •sweep the . structure away . in one fell swoop and financial disaster ... attend the unfortunate feeder s misguided efforts . There : are three distinctively beef breeds —Short-horn , He ref ord and Aberdeen-Angus -that are the popular market cattle . G...

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Building a Beef . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898

Building a Beef . By L . H . Kerrick , Bloomington , 111 . ELECT your cow , which must be of the best beef-producing type , and mate , her . with a . male of the same kind as the . first step in the process of building a model : beef . The pair need not be of the same breed . The care of the dam while carrying - .-. her . calf , 1 must leave to my Intelligent reader . This is not a book that we are-writing ; it is but a short article on beef production , therefore we cannot go into the details : of cattle breeding . That your cow must at all times receive at your hands gentle , humane and . generous treatment , I take for granted you all know ; and that you all give it to her . It is my general practice to allow the calf to run with its dam until eight months old ; the cow and < x . lt having the run of a blue-grass pasture with shade and an ibiiridant arid continuous supply of good pure water . If at any time in the season the grass does not afford generous keeping for t...

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Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898

$ 5 . HAUSSWANN DEHORHER $ 5 . ^& SIMPIiEST . , ¦ ¦ ¦ > g « g ^ MOST POWERFUL . // 7 J JTP EASIEST OPERATED . l (\ ( g- ^ g J Every one gu aran teed . V > \ ^ ^ J } , sent by express on receipt of — T ^ _ £ ^____ g r ripa . Circulars free . HAUSSMANN & DUNN , 109 South Clark St ., CHICAGO . ¦ L .-C . YOUNQ & CO . LIVE STOCK COMMISSIONMERCHANTS. Hogs . Cattle and Sheep . Room W Exchaoge BuHdlng , PHTpAflfV Union Stock Yards , V _ J n 1 V _ ji _ VJW

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Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898

FENCEYOURFARM WlthaGoodFenco Choaply . iOnaBV-BS-SS & ij THE ADVANCE WOVEM WIRE FENCE ¦ whichis solddiroct to the farmer , frel £ htpaid , webelieve to bo the best fence mode for the money . Our nlan or Belling saves the fanners the dealer s profit and brings the fence to a price that beats the liana iencemuc-ilno bothfor cheapness and quality of fence . A continuous fence ; all tie wires b « inf ? interwoven—no loose ends ; tie wires cant slip . Prices way down . Send for our new circulars and extra special discount to tanners . \ DVANCB FENCE CO ., GSOldSt . PeoriQ . Ill .

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Page 18 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898

TEN WEEKS JfOB TEN CUNTS . That big family paper , The Illustrated Wee-ly Sentinel , of Denver , Colo ., ( founded 1891 )) , -will be sent ten weeks on trial for 10 c ; clubs of 0 , 60 c : 12 for $ 1 . Special offer solely to introduce it . Latest mining news and Illustrations of scenery , true stories of love and adventure . Address as above and mention National Sural ; stamps taken . ¦ mSENTONTRIAL jf ji lU iiiy Hi _«**»»* Wilson s Automatic Fountain . Ifll WHiH -d ^ KfM Costs nothing . Send for one . niua holes . Worlcf , in winter . Pay for it ( v *_& j £ \ when satisfied . It is the host—OS . 75 . \ grTl 1 Portable Disc Sharpener—Used in JW /\ r fleld .-with ut water or taking DISCHR- / -cK ^ n \ apart . Durable , cheap—S 3 . 00 . * S ? U ^ ., \ L \ I ) L \ J ) Agents - anddealcrswanted . Catalog 1 , fcJvTraSa v of 33 other novelties forfarm free . V 9 _ KsS * 1 When ordering , send address of 25 , ^ SSr 7 J f 1 good fanners and deduct 25 c . from _ E _ --Jr ^ I _ l...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898

THESETHREEFORONEDOLLAR. The . Greatest . The Best Family News- And a Great Farm and Family Paper paper of Your Own and Popular Woman s < on Earth . Political Faith . Household Journal . PRICE $ 1 . 00 A YEAR . WORTH $ 1 . 00 A YEAR . PRICE $ 1 . 00 : A YEAR . : , ; Comprising a Full Hand or Years Supply of Reading Matter . < . ea 9 1 ° . ne 7 ear an ( * * v . ALL THREE FOR ONE DOLLAR . ¦ Ihe -Vjtiett To any person who will send + ns One-Dollar before Jan . 1 st , 1899 , we will send < each for one year , post-paid , ttie followmg three great and most useful papers , which wc denominate : , , , The Big Three for $ 1 . 00 The National Rural and . Family Magazine Published weekly , 32 to 40 pages , at $ 1 . 00 a year . The greatest and best Farm and Family Magazine on earth , of which this number is a sample . Ably edited , handsomely illustrated . Largest array of expert contributors . Filled to repletion with good things for the Farmer and his family ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898

Address THE NATIONAL RURAL AND FAI / HLY MAGAZINE , Madison and Franklin Sts ., Chicago .

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DOMESTIC AFFAIRS [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898

DOMESTIC AFFAIRS EDITED BY HRS . BERTHA CASWELL NORTON . Beef is Built for Food : ( M ^^ JB N tlie preceding pages of this Special Beef Number J // SyB ) v 9 . men of ability and experience have given . their aPPvaJx views as to the best and most profitable way of V ^ BiMJJy Building a Beef . They have talked of breeds , _ ijK §§|| p §> and breeding , care of the calf , feeding , etc ., leading finally to the marketing of the finished product . And why is all this care put upon the building of a beef ? So that it may take its place as one of the principal foods on which the human race depends for sustenance . Because of the prominent place held by beef on our bills of fare , cattle raising is foremost of the live-stock interests . Tho dairy interest , of course , is important , but eventually the dairy cow , and even the old family cow , when their usefulness as milkers is gone , find their way to the table . Therefore , as its use as a food is almost the sole object for ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898

make a fine roast , the first three being called the choicest cut ; two ribs make as small a roast as is profitable . A thinner piece does not cook well . In buying the cheaper rib roast the * butcher sometimes cuts off the bones and rolls the meat , keeping it in ¦ shape by skewers and strings . In getting this cut remember that thebones may be utilized for soup . Second-quality pieces are used for roasting , broiling , pot roasts , braizing and stewing . The round is too often neglected because i © to O C _ *¦* • 2 a o -S » •a > © ,-, ^ mzi ft ANIMAL POOD . H | 4- * ~ _ 1 -a _•¦ *¦¦ ^ a _ S * 2 ss-- - < sS g § ¦ - ¦ S » S- 3 . 5 . 3 -S - ? ¦ - . • ¦ « > g . fe . - g * £ •— . . - _ . ^ SQjs _ „ , , . . j , ^ eof ; fresh . Pr . ct . Pr . ct . Pr . ct . Pr . ct . Pr . ct . ries « Chuck , including shoulder ( medium fat ) 17 . U 611 . 3 1 S . 7 . 10 . 2 8 7 n Chuck ribs ( medium fat ) . - 13 . 8 i \ V 6 15 . 0 21 . 1 8 170 Loin , sirloin butt ; ( 52 . ...

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Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898

! __ 4 ss _^ ii & s »_ •**__ *¦ % . _ r ¦ ¦ m J » ¦./^|kTheYouthsi 1MlCompanion...J \ fo SW ^^ i ^^^^^^ F THOSE who subscribe at once for the 1899 volume- | | T li- ^^^ w 5 ^^^^^ S ^ \ X will receive the remaining issues of 1898 , including . j ) £ // M ^ m ^^^^^^^ S \ x ^ the beautiful Double Holiday Numbers , Free . Among S m ¦ ^ m ^ K ^ l ^^^^^^^^ m ^^^ * e many famous contributors to these issues will be Jj \\ ^ rft ^ iWms . ^ WiMg £ ^ Wni ^ Dllfl l jf- ^ PH Kir _ l _ r __ l Nov-I 0 th issue- T ^ e Burning Tf J S mfm l » W > i te ^^ Hi | H ^ K < N . KlHJyai U - ll | 7 _ IIiy of the Sarah Sands . The ff 4 ! 11 ! \ V \\\ W ^^^^^^^ MiWti ^ S W / | \ l _ I / A-. _ r />! l < - < __Dec . rst issue . The Water- J J 111 \\ ^^^^^ W ^ m / I nOWCIIS -S 6 melon Patch . A story of fruit- | ) ff ^ iP ^^ lW I illi ^ -f- M /~_ I * ____ 51 Dec * 22 d lssue- Incidents in a 1 ( 1 H --. 111 BUI l llUI VI _ 1 _ U Singers Mfe . An Ame...

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. Our Stamped Linens . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898

. Our Stamped Linens . No . 0220 , 10 x 14 inches each . .- These doilies are a splendid size for oiive or pickle dishes , also for the dresser , sideboard , etc . Tho two- designs are stamped on-one piece of linen . . , The one in violet is worked in the regular shade , making the two top petals darker than the lower . Border in white . Long and short buttonhole where lines are single and regular stitch in other . The fovget-me-nots are worked in two shades of bine with pink buds and ,. light green . calyx , two shades of green in leaves ,, making small leaves of lightest color aira . larger leaves with two shades , Border _& me as violet . If color is desired in border , siirfde in lightest tint whore the long and sliort stitch is used . We will send both of these designs , stamped on good quality of linen , for 25 cents . 7 Selected silks for , working , 45 cents extra or 7 . 0 cents jfor the two stamped do _ ies ! and silks for working . ; Wlien ordering give number ...

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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898

Scrofula Snakelike in its subtlety . It lies hidden for - years in the ambush of the blood , : and when it strikes it voids its , venom alike on strength andy beauty , disfiguring the one and undermining the other . Ayen Sarsapirllla is a specific for scrofula in its worst and most , malignant forma . ¦ . Scrofula is a blood : disease . Ayerte v Sarsaparilla is a blood purifying medicine .. Mineral medicines only drive scrofula below the surface . ¦ Dr .-J .-C . Ayers Sarsaparilla is a vegetable remedy and it eradicates the disease . There is no remedy for . scrofula equal to Ayer s Sarsaparilla . , ; v i I was . cured of a long-standing case of scrofula-by-Dr .-iJ .-C-Ayer s Sarsaparilla . , The disease first manifested itself when I was a child , by breaking out in red blotches , all over my body .. I was not free from tho trouble until I took 1 several bottles of , Ayers Sarsaparilla . That effected a permanent cure . —MRS . E . H . SNYDER , Lehigh * ton , Pa .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898

- BIrs . ; Wiiislow s Soothing . Syrup Is an , old nrid well tried remedy , and for over . fifty , years -has ; .: been . used by ; millions of mothers for their CHILDREN while CUTTING TEETH with perfect success . It soothes tho chllfl , softens the giims ^ reduces inflammation ; allays all pain , cures wind collcrls very-pleasant , to the-taste ,, and-is-the best remedy ., for , dlar > rhoea . Soldby druggists in every part ofthe world . PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS A BOT- , TLB . Be . sure and ask for * Mrs . -Winslow s Soothing Syrup , and take no other kind , as mothers will find it the best medicine to use during the teething period . - . •-- -

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, * ' » ¦ ' ' • New Patterns ; [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898

, * » ¦ • New Patterns ; To obtain any of ¦ these patterns fill out pattern coupon on another page , giving name , address and number and size pf pattern wanted , and send to pattern department , Western Rural , enclosing ten cents for each pattern . GIRLS COSTUME , NO . 7500 . •A pretty combination of plaid and plain dark blue serge Is here attractively decorated with rich ruby velvet , a coloring shown In the plaid . Anarrow frill of satin ribbon to match the velvet , edges the graceful bertha that flares •apart In --front -andback The , bertha is interlined withlight . weight canvas , and . finished at the lower edge before it is ap plled around the yoke outline . The skirt shows the very popular graduated circular flounce , afavoritewith girls ns well as with their mammas . . The skirt is somewhat of circular shaping and may either : reach to the lower edge or terminate at thetop .-of . floun ce . Tlie front and sides fit snioothly .-. gathers causing a pretty fullness in center...

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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898

01),HowThankful Pain Was Maddening and Hope Had Been Abandoned—Wonderful Results of Purifying the Bipod . A very severe pain came in my left knee , which grew worse-and worse , and •finally a sore broke out above the . knee . It discharged a great deal and the - pain from my thigh down was maddening . Large , hard , purple spots appeared on- my leg . I suffered in this way foi years , and gave up all-hope of . ever being cured . My wife was reading of a case like mine cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla , and she advised me to try it . I began taking it and when I had used a few -bottles I - found , relief ¦ from my suffering . Oh ,. how thankful I am for this relief ! •jlam stronger than I have ever been in my life . I am in the best of health , have a good apoetite and am a new man altojgether . J : P . Moons , Lisbon Falls , Maine . HOOCJSparHIa Isthebest ^ -In fact the One True Blood Purifier . Hood s Pills cure all liver ills . 25 cents .

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Familiar Bible Quotations Illustrated . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898

Familiar Bible Quotations Illustrated . By Jas . W . Wilson . Little Major Series , No . 1 . Dramatis Personae , Little Major and Majorin . E ACH one of these little pictures represents a familiar quotation from the Bible . We will send postpaid a beautiful , Illustrated teachers Bible to the first subscriber , or member of a family of a subscriber to this paper , who will send us a correct list of the nine familiar quotations represented , giving chapter and verse where each quotation is found in the Bible . We will also give another prize of an illustrated Bible for the best story suggested by this series of pictures , written by a boy or girl not over eighteen years old who is a subscriber or a member -of the family of a subscriber to this paper . The story not to exceed 500 words , and to reach us not later than November 17 . These Bibles are perfect gems of art and utility . They are elegantly and serviceably bound in the usual divinity circuit ¦ binding common to teachers Bibl...

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