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^ » p Our Stamped Linens [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
^ » p Our Stamped Linens THE accompanying design of convention- * al leaves Is a nice one for a sofa nillow or center piece and could be worked In any desired shade , but several shades of green would be handsome . Worked in three or four shades of green , with dark suaae rov stem , the effect would be fine . Work the edge in white except the four points , which should be light green . This design is No . 0742 , size 22 inches diameter , price-35 cents ; silk for working , 50 cents extra , or 85 cents- for stamped linen nnd silks complete . Send orders with necessary money , to Pattern Department Farm , Field and Eireside , Chicago , 111 .
m » m New Wavs of Cooking : Onions [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
m » m New Wavs of Cooking : Onions By Clara S . Everts . Onion Soup . - Cut . two or three very thin slices . of bacon or salt pork about three Inches long , cut each of these crosswise into strips not over an eighth of an inch wide—smaller if possible . Drop-them into a hot soup kettle and stir and turn until crisp and brown . To this add a coffee cupful of finely minced onion : season with salt and pepper and cook until n delicate brown , stirring frequently . Then add a small cup of boiling water , cover and cook fifteen minutes . Add a quart of rich sweet milk , and when ft begins to ; boil , slowly-pour in a tablespoonful offlour smoothed in a little cold milk , stirring constantly to prevent lumps . Let it boil for two minutes and serve with rackers or with small squares of toasted bread . &gt; Creamed Onions . Pare small onions , cover them with boiling wnter and cook for five minutes . Drain off all the water , add enough fresh boiling water to nearly cover them , sa...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
, Qf GOOD SALARY \ I . tefif M-t-e sellinir IEP . VUKUXaiS Sanitary ? I l feSl stCf , m Cooker . Distills tlie water , purines I I * Nf * sj , , t , ui cooking . No burning , no odor . Saves lat tir I X m - ? -7 r m , (* fue . t nny stove . Good pay to ? - I PtlSa aKCllts . 2 . S 85 sol ( llnone town . Write ( IioxtK 13 ) j ty ___ J linvprlilco Jet s ? . Co ., IlAi . TiMoitn . Mi &gt; I . ^— m—MM—M——&lt;(»—««— . M—III— ^• TlUnMESTUDYWJ . &amp; iS- i I If * am ¦ Hli WM kt &gt; i | ifnir , I ( ustness Forms . FrnAl IvA III llll I imimhln , Coml I &gt; air , lettere &amp;&amp; jJp \ IB VIIBl HU rltln ^ Arltlimeltc , Short- * X ^ $ /^_ f _ IiantI » KnpHsh Si Civil Scrvlre brunelim , tUorouphlj- \ _&gt;^ SF P b &gt; MAIL nt your own HOME , Success guaranteed : atntS ^ yUj r We B ive n useful , Jlmiey-Mnklnir Edaca * , i fi = r 311 £ ^ far on , RnlurlprtSituationsomiilni-d ^^ llpjpIf Br \ $ B by ourstiidenN , National...
Why One Boy Left the Farm [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
Why One Boy Left the Farm AIA HE orchard was so shady and invitI ing I thought to take a nap-while father was talking to a neighbor Who vas known to be a long talker . I had just got into a doze when father aproachcd me . Jim , get up ; dont you know ive must get thnt hay in before it rains ? father said . But , father ,: my room over the kitchen is so hot and my bed being under the west eaves , I get so little sleep these sultry night . Cant I have twenty minutes to sleep ? What ! isnt your sleeping quarters to your taste ? father answered , angrily . I used to sleep in a log house no bigger than our wing , and we had no complaining there . Well , I retorted , I might have the spare room T think , as well as to sleep in the hired man s room . I think this fellow brought bugs and I know he goes through my pockets . With that we went to the field , father urging me , a boy of nineteen years , to keep up with him , a muscular man of forty-five and the hired man , who was fully thirty ...
The Walking Biscuit [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
The Walking Biscuit By Grace M . Cooke . • ONE night just before dinner , when Maizie and Baby Kate sat telling stories and waiting for papa ib come , and the room was all shady and quiet , Maizie suddenly noticed something white and round moving . about over the floor . She pointed to it . What is that ? she said . JL » id you drop some of your playthings , Katie ? • . 1 didnt , said Katie , and Im so scared I m fraid I m going to cry . I fink . its a bistick walking in here ! and Katie got on her feet ; and backed hastily away from the queer thing as it came in and traveled up and down , and around and around , acting as if it were really trying to run after her ; never rolling , but scooting or shoving over the carpet . .. O , said mama , laughing , biscuits don t get down on the floor and chase little girls about trying to eat them—it s the little girls who eat the biscuits , and then she saw the thing herself , and jumped up too . She tried to pick it up , but it slipped away f...
How a Boy Measured . a Tree [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
How a Boy Measured . a Tree He is not a boy in a book ; lie lives in our house . He seldom says anything remarkable . He eats oatmeal in large quantities and tears his trousers , and goes through the toes of his boots , and loses his cap , and slams the doors , and chases the cat , jut like any other boy ; But he is remarkable , for he asks few questions and does much * thinking . If he does not understand , he whistles—an excellent habit on most occasions . There was much whistling in our yard ^ one summer . It seemed tn be an all-summer performance . Near the end of the season , however , our boy announced the height of our tall maple tree to be thirtythree feet . Why , how do you know ? was the general question . . Measured it . How ? Foot-rule - and yard-stick . You didnt climb that tall tree ? his mother asked , anxiously . No m ; I just found the length of the shadow and measured that . But the length of the shadow changes . Yesm ; but twice a day the shadows are just as long ...
PUZZLE BOX . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
PUZZLE BOX . • 211- ^ WORD SQUARE . 1 . To . wear . 2 . Base . 3 . A sea . 4 ., To rear . 212 .-i _ OMJiINED FRACTIONS . One-fourth balm , one-seventh : mullein , one-sev-enth mustard , one-eighth eatch : fly , one-fourth rose , one-sixth yarrow , one-fiftiv lilac , one-fifth tulip , one-fifth pansy , form what common field flower . 213 . —ENIGMA . My 12 3 4 5 means at no time . My 2 3 4 5 Is always . My 3 4 5 0 is a part of speech . My C 7 S 9 Is what some people are very fond of doing . My 7 S 0 is a- fragment . My 8 9 10 Is past ; My 9 10 is ti word heard at races . My 10 11 is a proposition . My 11 12 Is an Interjection used to express contempt . My 12 13 14 is what wo call a person whom we are addressing . My 13 14 15 Is a- possessive pronoun . My 14 15 is a proper noun used in the Bible . My 10 17 15 is a kind of tree . My 17 18 Is a verb denoting existence . My 18 19 20 21 is to avoid . My 19 20 21 22 is to search after . My 20 21 22 23 24 means as far as . My 21 23 22 is the...
m » v New Patterns . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
m » v New Patterns . - To obtain any of these patterns fill out pattern coupon on another page , giving name , address and number and size of pattern wanted , and send to pattern department , National Rural , enclosing ten cents for each pattern . Ladies . Basque Waist—7501 . Separate waists may he made In this style In charming combinations of velvet and MIS , plain and embroidered taffeta or satjn , figured and plain satin or silk with lace , net or mousselne over satin for yoke and vest . Plain woolens , such as cashmere , or cloth , may have front and revers of fancy silk or satin , while fancy mixed woolen fabrics are In better taste with solid : colors- In . combination .. Gimp , applique , Insertion , ruching or any fashionable -decoration may , be styIlshly japplled . .. ¦• . . ;• . ;•¦ :. .- ¦ 7 To-make this waist for a lady of medium size will requite two yards of material forty-four Inches . wide . .. The .. pattern , No . 7501 ,. iscut in sizes for a 32 , 34 , 36 , 38 an...
¦ » « » HOMI-SI-EI-EKS' -liXOURSIONS . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
¦ » « » HOMI-SI-EI-EKS -liXOURSIONS . Dec . 6 and 20 , the Chicago , Milwaukee &amp; - St . Paul Railway will sell round-trip , excursion v tickets ( good for twenty-one days ) to a great many points in South and North Dakota and other western and southwestern 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 . Agent , Old Colony Bldg ., Chicago , IU .
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
V ^ H ^ l &amp; DCPTilPI EC at-wholesale . Bend k _^ A ____ S _ i wanted . COUtlBKerilUALCO . CbleocoiUi * DATCUT securedormonoynilrehirnpd . Scnrchfreei THI LII I Collamcr &amp; Co . 1 3 5 K St ., Wash . D . C . - % V ^ DAV WSH , Mcnwee , CTABKf &lt;«* bi ; * ,, » WeirAl ifyousellStark &gt;| AES Rorfport , Ife . TREES . Outfit absolutely free . © Mini Oaosvffie . H . I ONE CENT FOR AHIIM Breechloader , and guaranteed . You can U ^ JIV hud out how to get this gun by addressing ^ ^• * ¦ Amateur Sportsman , 37 H Park Place , N . Y __ LAI F »^ riPN WA 1 ST ] E : o tos ou goods to ^* m-. M-, ui wi wholesale and retail trade . *~^ $ 100 per month nnd expenses . Address with stamp HULL MFG . CO ., Box 8 , WlLTOH JUNCTION , WIS . A well known manufacturer ot Lubricating Oils wishes to correspond with reliable traveling salesmen who . ura In position to carry an additional line . Exclusive territory given to energetic men . References required . Address Lock ...
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW STOCKS OF GRAIN AND VISIBLE SUPPLY . Stocks of wheat -at Liverpool are about 600 , 000 bn . a decrease of 150 , 000 bu during the last week .. 1 The stock of wheat at New York , Boston , Baltimore nnd Philadelphia aggregates 5 . 851 . 000 bu , an Increase for the last week of 902 , 000 bu . Last year these four points had ti . 41 ( l , 0 UU bu . Tbe visible supply of grain ln the United States and Canada Is as follows : Nov . 3 a , Nov . 19 , Nov . 27 , 18118 . 1 S 94 . 1 «!) 7 . TOeat , bu .. 23 , 369 . 000 21 . 3 U 2 . 000 . 88 . liSB . 800 Corn . bu .... 22 , 203 , 000 23 , 28 . 1 . 1 X 10 42 . U 5 U . tlU 0 Oat , bu .... 5 , 5-111 . 000 6 , i 6 l ) , 0 U 0 15 . 2 H .. UU 0 Bye , bu .... 1 . 13 i . OOl ) 1 . U 21 . UU 0 3 . 695 , 1 X 10 Barley , bu 3 , 898 . 000 3 , 781 . 1 ) 00 6 . B 91 . 0 U 0 Of the above totals Chicago elevators contain : Wheat , 2 , 180 , 000 bn : corn , 7 , 142 , 000 bu ; oats , 628 , 000 bu ; rye , 123 , 000 bu ; barley , 321 , 000 * u...
The Wants of Man [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
The Wants of Man I lind Wants of Man by John Qulncy Adams , among my scraps and inclose for W H Drake , as requested . —0 . JI . Allanson . THE IVAKlS Of MAN . : r . , , . Ky John . Quincy Adams . Man wants but little here below ~^ i : ¦ ^ , m Nor wants that little long Tis not exactly with me so . But tis so in the song My wants are many , ami , if told Would muster many a scoreA ri % ? % eacb wish « bint of -old I still should Jong for more ? od Mla 4 fls ! « ; ant Is dally bread , Anfl , iW , ls backs and winer A B ^ e SS ^ Wf 11 0 5 P - a Slrt- ^ r --- ¦¦ ¦ * ft c &gt; tt ^&amp;^ ¦ Black sable furs fm . im ,. . AS ^ S ^ - An ^ d 1 ?? 80 8 ^? a &amp; B ™ Ws «&lt;* . * • Ami diamond riiis m ,. ,. • , ^ 1 n , bie . sfo ? ° my , ; , ; e ^ nas to S ™ ce , SSss lS ^ ^ Sfve « 4 bfeV ? 0 los ° Me »» V SSItS « -a ^ -- -. iifair „! rs . »» n .. 1 want a cin-iinn n ... * -SSlsSU IliHi ^ i s — - Aii Edc ^ tispl ^ . 00 11 ^^ grow , - S ^^ - ^ e ^ fol ^ o fa ,,...
IHE WAXTS OF MAN . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 1 December 1898
IHE WAXTS OF MAN . By John Qnincy Adams . I want —( who daes not want?)—a wife , AffectlonatQ and fair ; To solace all the woes of life And all Its joys to share ; Of temper sweet , of yielding will , Of-firm yet placid mind , With all my faults to love me still , With sentiments refined . And as Time s car incessant , runs . And fortune fills my store , I want , of daughters and of sons , From eight to half a score . I want —( alas ! can mortal dare Such bliss on earth to crave ?) That all the girls be chaste and fair , The boys till wise and brave . And when my bosom s darling sings With melody divine , A pedal harp , of many strings Must with her , voice combine A piano , exquisitely wrought , Must open stand , apart , Tiiat all my daughters may be taught To win the stranger s heart . • My wife and daughters will desire Refreshment from perfumes , Cosmetics for the skin require , And artificial blooms ; The civet fragrance shall dispense , And treasured sweets- return , Cologne r...