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Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
Farmer s Collection of Choicest Standard VEGETABLE SEEDS . 18 extra large packets containing everything required for first class Farm Garden . Only 5 i &gt; centi . . EAST LYNN STOCK &amp; SEEIV FARM , 7 TamTOa , Ml . Aim II with its delightful climate , rich soil , absence I 11 Lf fl from frosts , droughts and pests , offers to 1111 ll U every thrifty American citizen a desirableUMlin home and rich investment , which can bo secured by every reader || fl || rn ofthisnoticoFree . This offer is genuine U 11 llll L V an ~ is made by a responsible Co ., man- 1111111 1 il god by mon of ability and national IIUIIILU reputation . Write Immediately for particulars and a pnpp * Book una Map of Cuba Free . LULL CIPAN IAND &amp; TRADING GO . IKLL . 1427 F Street , N . W ., WASHINGTON , D . C . DO VOU WANT THIS WATCH ? Xou -will If you once see it . It ls not a cheap watch , but a first class time piece , at tho lowest possible price , engraved . 14 K . ST . 1 D GOLDV LI...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
§ P | ^ t 8 to tbe ffititriti ous ^^^ , ® 0 &amp; . The boy or girl seeking opportunities ^«^ i ^^ ^ flllr £% -W to achieve honorable Success in life W ^^ % Slllr 5 §? : § p will find much that is suggestive , in-- j 7 % ~ JM ?! % fp Ji , spiring and helpful in the articles by ^» it } Jpt | 4 // ,, jl § w successful men and women written / . m ^^^^^^^ SL Hf HI for ^ e 1899 volume of % ^ S ^^_^^^^ K- ® i TL I ^^ ,-. / L *~ ^ HBPJBLi 1 hPToi it lYs ^ mi ^/ Kmw- l I companion -ifJ j HPHE following five contributions to the new volume serve to indicate the 0 &amp; W . I character and value of The Companion from week to week . They are W | jjf but a handful out of more than 200 articles and stories by . the most dis- Up gp | tinguished of living writers to appear in the 52 issues of 1899 . # | tH Hints on Reading , Rt . Hon . James Bryce , M . P . Art Students in New York , G . W . Breck . £ ggi Is ? The Boy with a Voice , David Bispham . Editor and Contributors , James P...
DOMESTIC AFFAIRS . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
DOMESTIC AFFAIRS . Edited by Mrs . Bertha Caswell Norton . The Sunlight of Love The world has been weary and lost to Love s art ; . There was rain on tlie hills , but the sun s out , sweetheart ! ~~ And all the birds singing , And all the bells ringing . And roses in desolate pathways are springing . The world has been weary ; but lo ! the clouds part ; There was rain in life s skies , but the sun s ont , sweet heart ! And rainbows are bending And messages sending Of Gods love and your love , unending—unending ! The world has been weary , but sorrow now seems , In tbe sunlight of love , like an echo of dreams ! See ! see ! the clouds part ; All has leaned to Love s art , And the sunlight of Love is where you are , sweetheart ! —Frank L . Stanton , in Atlanta Constitution .
Idiosyncrasies of Noted People [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
Idiosyncrasies of Noted People By Belle P . Drury . DR . JOHNSON wns noted for his peculiarities , one of which -wns a habit of suddenly breaking- cut with scraps of the Lord s prayer in a fashionable assembly . He was also accustomed to strike every post with his cane that he passed along the sidewalk . Madam de Staol had a bizarre idea that she would suffer from cold when buried . Perhaps Wesley also had some sucli feeling , as lie ordered that only woolen clothes should be put upon his corpse . Pascal was so haunted by fear of a gulf yawning just in . front of hint Hint he was sometimes tied to keep him from leaping forward . * Tho poet Young kept a . human skull on his study table . Perhaps this accounts for the dismal element in his Night Thoughts . It was a peculiarity of Sheridan , that ho always forgot to pay his debts , so a cast of his hand was made and kept at the honse where lie had lived-and in which it was said his ghost was often heard scratching away ith a pen . The ...
War and Women [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
War and Women By Meribah E . Walker . MEN seem really to be outgrowing what has been in all previous ages the yery worst feature of war—the savage cruelty shown toward defenseless women in . the hour of triumph , writes Thomas Wentworth Higginson in Harper s Weekly , Oct . 22 . It is well to emphasize this thought in the public mind . Men have not fought with more frenzy to protect their own lives in all past ages than they have to protect their women and children , for they have learned from brutal warfare that a quick death by blade or bullet could not compare with the fiendish tortures that often awaited their captured women . Knighthood sprang up as a rebuke to Where llie lantern signaled- raid Revere on h s famous ride from Boston to Lexington , April 1810 , 1775 , to arouse the minute-men . This ride is told of by Longfellow iu his poem , Midnight Bide of Paul Revere . such inhuman revenges , and the progress of civilization across the old continent bears witness to the gradua...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
nan SICK ) miiweiil I Many persons have their good day and their bad day . Others are about half sick all the time . They have headache , backache , and are restless and . nervous . Food does not taste good , and the digestion is poor ; the skin is dry and sallow and disfigured , with pimples or eruptions j v sleep brings no rest and -wort is a burden ^ - What is the cause of all this ? Impure blood . And the remedy ? m It clears out the channels J &amp; through which poisons are HB carried from the body . When WW all impurities are removed from / ST . the blood nature takes right hold MB and completes the cure . WB . If there is constipation , take W Ayer s Pills . They awaken the drowsy action of the liver ; they B cure biliousness . H Write to our Doctor . B Wo hiwe tho exclusive services of m somo of tlio most eminent physicians in Hi the United States . Write freely all tho KB particulars in your case . You will re- fak ceivo a prompt reply , • without cost . jSa Addres...
Culture of Geraniums [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
Culture of Geraniums By Susie Judd . IIIORIO are no house plants moro attractive or easy to raise for the busy * housewife than geraniums . If half taken care of they will bloom profusely during the most of the winter , but if well taken care of the plants will be nicer and have larger clusters of bloom . ¦ There arc so many varieties of geraniums . and colors of bloom , differing in tint aiid / shade , which tends to make tliem so attractive . J- the fall of the year I repot all my geraniums . I take rich , mellow dirt and put it in pans and set them in the oven , heating it thoroughly to kill all animal life that it may contain . Then shovel up a little charcoal and mix with the dry earth , wliich also helps to keep the plants free from animal life and makes the , plants hardier . Put tbis ; earth into the pots ,, first placing a . few gravel stones or broken china to effect good drainage . Moisten , the earth thoroughly and let it . stand a couple of days before transferring the ...
m . v Familiar Bible Quotations [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
m . v Familiar Bible Quotations In the Little Major series of illustrated Bible questions , which appeared Nov . S , a Bible was offered to the first oerson to send In a complete list , but not one complete list was received . . Maybe thoy were loohard . Here are two easy--ones : Try again . Majbe you will have better success . - We will give a nicely bound book No . 2 to the first ten sending in correct qnotations , giving book , chapter and verse where each may be found in the BibleAnswer must be mailed not later than December 15 . Following is a list of correct quotations to the nine illustrations : 1 . He rode upon a cherub , and did fly : yea , he did fly upon the wings of thc wind . Psalm IS , 10 . 2 . We took sweet counsel together . Psalm 55 , 6 . 3 . His enemies shall lick- the dust . Psalm 72 , 0 . 4 . What , therefore , God hath joined together let no man put asunder . Matthew 10 . 6 . . . ; . . 5 . While I was musing the fire b rned . Psalm 39 , 3 . 6 . Canst thou drawn ...
Simple Games [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
Simple Games Here are two simple games which will afford several hours of amusement in the evening or some stormy day , when the chip dren cannot go to school . Finding the Rings . First of nil , a ring must be provided , after which you can request the company to put on some one s finger , adding at the same time that you will tell them who has it . and also upon which hand , and even upon which finger it shall have been placed . The ring being deposited on a certain finger , you must then ask some one to make for you the necessary calculation . Multiply the number of the person having the ring by 2 ; to that add 3 . Multiply this by 5 ; then add S if the ring be on the right hand , or 9 if oii the left . Then multiply by 10 and add the number of thc fiiieor ( the thumb is 1 ); and , lastly , add 2 . Ask now tor the result , irom which substract mentally 222 , and the remainder will give the answer . For instance , supposing the ring were put . on the fourth person , on the left ha...
Power of Sympathy [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
Power of Sympathy An eminent clergyman sat in lus study busily preparing his sermon when his little boy came into the room , holding up a pinched finger , and with an expression of suffering , snid : Look , pa , how I hurt it . , . Tlie father , interrupted in the middle of : i sentence , glanced hastily at him , and with the slightest tone of impatience , said : I cant help it , sonny . Thc little fellow s eyes grew bigger , ami as ho turned to go out , ho said in a low voice : Yes , you could ; you -might have said Oh ! ¦» »
. A Pan of Pansies [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
. A Pan of Pansies By Mary B . Fowler . A PAN of bread first , but not always , , and always , surely , for—If all were for simple use Nothing for beauty or joy . Oh , how weary were life , for womanhood especially . Of course , woman is fhe joy of joys to husband and children , but the qualities that make her so , must be nourished or thc griud of everyday work will soon destroy thorn and she will be—ahme ! Little treats of something nice are strictly necessary , and one of thc sweetest ( and cheapest ) of these is a pan of pansies . Placed in the sunniest of windows , open a little nt ihe bottom , they will . turn their quaint blossom-faces toward the woman who is wearing herself put with overwork and over-worry , and gently remind her of other things . . . For they arc beautiful among their dark ¦ ¦ green leaves . The yellow ones with brown center , the pale purple and white , and rich purple , and yet out of all the gay colors , iind velvet texture , looks the old-fashioned home...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
Those Dreadful Sores They Continued to Spread in Spito of Treatment but Now They aro Healed-- ! Wonderful Work . For many years I have been a great sufferer with varicose veins on one of my limbs . My foot and limb became dreadfully swollen . When I stood up I could feel the blood rushing down the veins of this limb . One day I accidentally hit my foot against some object and a sore brokeout which continued to spread and was . exceedingly painful . I concluded I needed a blood purifier a ^ nd I began taking Hood s Savsaparilla . In a short time those dreadful sores which had caused me so much suffering , began to heal . I kept on faithfully with Hood s Sarsaparilla , and in a short time my limb was completely healed and the sores gave m &amp; no more pain . I cannot be too thankful for the wonderful work Hoods Sarsaparilla , has done for me ., MHS . A . ESGILSON , Hartland , Vermont . HOOCl S paH * . a Is tlie best—in fact tUe One True Blood Purifier . Hood s Pills cure all ...
Use for Old Gloves [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
Use for Old Gloves . What to do with old kid gloves is very frequently a source of reflection for thefrugalminded utilitarian averse to throwing away anything that can possibly be turned to account . Long stretches of suede or kid are consigned with regret to the rag bug and it was only recently and quite by chance that a modern piece of Hnnis kid work and a curions old . letter case met with in a curiosity shop , appeared to throw some light on the question . The mirror case is one of those wliich nuiy be picked up occasionally with other objects decorated . in , like manner . The foundation Is of deep plum-colored velvet , abnnt six inches long ; the . cut-nut ornament laid over this is white kid , pasted upon blue paper , and fastened down by long stitches of silver thread ; the spangles are silver , fixed OUT KID AliltROR CASE , down byshort lengthsof silver bullion brought round to form a very diminutive loop . The center ornament , as is plainly indicated , is covered with lon...
Underwear Repairing [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
Underwear Repairing By Emma Clearwriters . DEFORE renl cold winter sets in for * - * good is the time to look over underwent * nnd repair it . if any repair is needed . If the ends of undersleeves or the bottoms of drawer legs nre frayed and worn , cut off and sew the ribbed part of sock legs on in their place . They are a No . 1 substitute . All worn places can be neatly and strongly mended by using the best parts of worn socks to sew on tlie wrong side of a garment , the boles or thin places to be darned down from the right side . Good pieces of old socks will repair other socks better thnn anything T ever tried . 1 use them to patch the heel when the hole is too large to darn , also to resole the foot . This last is quite a discovery rind if the edges are whipped together instead of beng seamed , the result will be satisfactory both ns to looks and comfort . It doesnt pay us to mend school stockings very much where there are smaller children for whom the stockings can be made ove...
Home-made Christmas , Gifts [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
Home-made Christmas , Gifts THERE are several little presents that any little girl can make for some friend or relative . A gift from a dear little daughter , granddaughter , niece or friend is doubly precious when made by her own little bands . Bed Slippers . If you wish to make an nccpptnble present . for nn invnlid or nn aged person , crochet them n pair of bed slippers . They nre easily madeand very comfortable . One skein of . van will innke a pair . The daintiest would be of son white yarn with delicate blue or pink scallops . Those that I mnde would not soil qUiteso ensily , being of a light blue-grey yarn withblue trimmings . Chnin fifty . Crochet b . vik nnd forth until square in single crochet stitch , placing the . hook under the stitch or hnlf-stitehthe fartherst from you to give n-ribbed effect . When the squnre is completed -double it , sew the ends together and crochet a row , of shells of some other color around the open space . Run in an elastic cord . . The foot wi...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
^^ OTEN ^ S ^^ J LungBalsam | j jg composed of the ^ Dont active principles of Z 0 . . Roots and Plants , *} etay to whicb are chemi- fa Cure Tjhat cally extracted so as Z nniiftu to retain all their J 7 liUUuH medical qualities . fa WITH Its action is expec-Z Z AM EMJO torant , causing the y 7 MtfcM - *** lungs to throw off I linfrY the phlegm or mu-Z it ¦ LUlleL cus , changes the se- J 9 ¦» « cretions . purifies KQIOQITI the blood , heals the Z Z UaiOailll inflamed and irri- J * 9 I ..... I tated membrane , g ives tone , to the digestive organs , and Z L imparts strength to the whole sys- J 7 tem . Such is the immediate and satH isfactory effect , that it is warranted Z L to break up the most distressing j 7 cough . It contains no opium . For i H sale by all druggists . Z U THREE SIZES . 2 f 25 c . , 50 a , and $ 1 . 00 . 1