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Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
THE-YOUTH ^^ sV lO COMPANION *^? . I1 - ¦ ¦ ¦&gt; Ai-j . i-jK ~ j-... Ji n- m- u- u-u ^ Ml iH- * » ^ r ^;;; 11 : lv w ^^^ i i lB 3 KiHE l 8 voIume wil 1 be the best THE COMPANION has ^^ m ^^ : : : : ;~ v ^^^^ Sj ^^^^ j ^^ I nrassl ever published , strong in those qualities which make it • jj ^ gBpl ^^^^^^ gp ^ e t ^^ W ^^ aE J K L V EIII the welcome friend of young and old in thousands of homes , ^^^^ g ^ 3 SKrt ? W ^^ gL ^ L ^^ y &lt; yJi | i ^ read with equal interest by every member of the family . i : : ^^ Iff SS atf ^ B ^^^^^^^ y ^ V Among the articles and stories to appear in the fifty-two issues for ~ Tl &amp;&gt;^ Paflai : T - ¦ ¦ ^*^ % || 9 HOW I WENT TO THE MINES , BRET HARTE . A GIFT THAT IS RE- ^ Qm SERENY MARIA AT SCHOOL , MARY E . WILKINS . NEWED EVERY THURSDAY 1 ^ A POCKETFUL OF MONEY , W . D . HOWELLS . TTTT ? VTTAT ? T ? OTTWn IFU THE AGRICULTURAL STRIKE , CHARLES LUSH . X ± 1 J 1 IJiAK KUUHJJ . • • • j 0 l : « LfIX ~™ S ~ W , . T . H...
DOMESTIC AFFAIRS . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
DOMESTIC AFFAIRS . Edited by Mrs . Bertha CaswellNorton . Only a Little Thing Twas only a bright good morning 1 That was called from over the way . But it left its . cheerful memory Through a long and weary day . Twos only a gentle handclasp That was given In sudden mood , But It made all earth seem brighter So that even work was goodi Twas only a bunch of flowers That grew In a garden fair , But all their hidden beauties Were seen by an Invalid there . TIs only a , word or a gesture , An act or a thought of ours , May prepare for . unborn- millions A path of thorns or flowers . —Selected . * »
Our New Art Department [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
Our New Art Department THE study of Nature is made , the key-note to the series of scientific home lessons to painting and drawing , by Menban B . Walker , which are to begin next week . From the first analysis given-, one begins to look out upon nature with new eyes . Even the prosiest of minds will become deeply interested in the chain of optical illustions which the writer has discovered to be the basis of the laws of perspective . In these illusions the relation of Nature to Art bursts into the clearness of sunlight . YearB of experience in teaching have specially fitted the writer -for imparting to others those things that have made her own canvasses so life-life and beautiful . Beginners need not hesitate to take up this course , for every detail will be given so clearly and concisely that none can fail . More advanced pupils and artists will find the work of great value In systematizing their present knowledge , correcting It where it is In error , and rounding It out where I...
• . w ^ Homes of Our Poets [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
• . w ^ Homes of Our Poets THE name of Emerson is second to no other in the literary world aud his gvavein Concord is- made the objective point of many a pilgrimage . It is on * the crest of the highest hill in Sleepy Hollow cemetery , only twenty ; , minutes walk from the station . It is marked by an immense boulder of rose • auartz , -while a bronze tablet bears the following inscription : RALPH WADDO EMERSON . Born in Boston . May 25 , 1803 . Died to Concord . April 27 , 1882 . The passive mother lent his hand To the vast soul that o er him planned . By . his side lies his wife , and the grave of the little son , Waldo , in whose memory he wrote the Threnody , is next his own . Almost adjoining are the lots wherein lie Hawthorne ; the Alcotts , father and mother and four daughters and Thoreau . Three generations of the Einersons are buried here , and the various inscriptions recall curious bits of local history and tradition . Our illustrations this week show the home of Emerson ...
The Switchman ' s Child [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
The Switchman s Child At Littleton Station lived Little Lem Fitch , Who minded the depot and tended the switch ; A gay-hearted fellow , with dark , wavy hair , A novice to grief and a stranger to tare . His home was a haven of sunsnlne and . 1 oy— . . He had a sweet wife and a bright little boy . i Twas late on a lovely . and fair afternoon ; The train from Fort Scott would be due very soon . Lem stepped from the station , he side-tracked the freight ; And , having a few Idle moments to wait , He twitted the brakeman of stopping to see The telegraph girl at the station at Lee . 1He laughed ha ! hal ha-a-a ! he looked carelessly back ; He saw his-boy-baby at play , on the track , Then came through the cut , with a . crash and a roar , The train from Fort Scott ; In a moment or more The child would be cruelly mangled and crushed Neath the wheels . With a ! cry to the : switch-bar he rushedV The terrible thought through him suddenly thrilled , The train will be wrecked and the passenge...
Our Stamped Linens [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
Our Stamped Linens YOU cannot make a more appropriate or ¦ • acceptable Christmas gift than -this lovely centerpiece , with its wreath of holly . If you have not time to make it , give only the stamped linen ,- even without the silks for working .. - And of course you want one yourself-to decorate -the Christmas table . This : is a . beautiful piece for center or dining table . ¦¦ ¦ . . - ¦ . - ¦ Fill the holly berries with white , embroidery cotton and work over : with red silk , being careful to keep the berries round arid 1 even . . - iWork the stems in dark green and the leaves in . three shades of green , either solid or to the long and short stitch . The edge as best buttonholed in the Spanish floss . Price of this 18-inch centerpiece , which is No . 0707 , is 20 cents . Selected silks 40 cents extra , or 60 cents for both stamped linen and . silk . , FORGET-ME-NOT CRAVAT CASE . This illustration shows No . 02341 , 18 x 20 in ., cravat case , which makes , an extremely pretty ...
A Little Romance [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
A Little Romance Here is the foundation for a pretty little romance : . Capt . Whitney of the staff of Gen . Miles , who made the military reconnaissance of Puerto Rico and furnished the material upon which the plan of campaign was based , owes his life to a young woman attendant in a photograph gallery at Ponce . Whitney had spent a month in Puerto Rico in various disguises , principally as a sailor from a British merchantman , and wore a shabby seaman s dress . He kept his notes and memoranda carefully sewed under the collar on the back of his shirt . One day as he was making preparations to leave for the United States he went into a photograph gallery at San Juan to buy such views as he could find of the harbor and fortifications and various places along the coast . Watching her opportunity a young Puerto Rican girl who was employed in the place , whispered to him that the Spaniards were looking for an American spy who was disguised as a sailor , and hinted that he better not be ...
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
THE MODERN STOVE POLISH OEnamei me &lt; gjg r ^ Every Package Guaranteed . LIQUID . . J . L ^ KeSCOTT &amp; CO ^ NrlWYORK l Hood s coupdN Calender 4 C ^ m ^ i ^^ Is a P erfect beauty , , | £ 4 k % &gt; A ^» fl patriotic , up to dateAn American GirL One of the handsomest pieces of color work issued this year . Lithographed , with border of army and navy emblems embossed in gold . Leave your name with your druggist and ask him to save you a copy or send 6 cents in stamps for one to C . I . HOOD &amp; CO .,. Lowell , Mass . [ Mention thlspapor . ] • REMEMBER Hood s Sarsaparilla is America s Greatest Medicine for the Blood and the Best that Money Can Buy . Hence take only Hood s .
Some Pork Recipes [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
Some Pork Recipes A LTHOUGH pork is considered by many to be unfit for food ,-it keeps its place on the bills of fare of the majority of housewives , and will continue to do so until we cease to . be a meat-eating people . When properly and thoroughly cooked it is certainly as sweet ; and appetizing a meat as one cati fiiid ; r .: biit is- takes- much- longer . to digest than almost any other meat . Following are a few reliable recipes , gleaned from various sources : Roast Tenderloin of Pork . Place one and a half pounds short tenderloins of pork , seasoned with half a tablespoonful salt . and a half teaspoonful pepper in a small roasting pan with one sliced onion , three slices of carrotand three slices Of larding pork . Set them in a hot oven and roast till brown , then add half a cup of water , roast and baste till done . Lay the meat on a hot dish , remove all fat from the gravy . Dilute one teaspoonful cornstarch with a little cold water , add it to the sauce , stir for a few ...
Two New England Dishes [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
Two New England Dishes By Julia Sargent Visher . A MQNG all the good suggestions for the use of corn to these columns I have not seen that old Nw England dainty , no less useful . than staple , hulled corn . As it is now a canned product , and sold at certain delicacy stores in Boston and Chicago at fifteen cents a quart , it may be said to have out-lived its origin in the hard times of early colonial days . In our family no dish is more relished- Oh , you are hulling corn . That s good ! is always the cry when rushing in from school the children see the great ironkettle full of the steaming grains . In my childhood , on a New Hampshire farm , the tuning of corn came as a , grand finale to the labors of soap-making week . Along in April the winter s accumulation of grease demanded quantities of lye to transform its unpleasantness into usefulness . The big barrel of wood ashes had been leached by allowing water ,. to - trickle through the soaked mass . The soap boiling was over and ,...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
Gseocesssesseeeeeseesseeeeesceeeoecesecseeeeceeseeeeooo . / IAPkJNjibs i LAKIvirN SSI QA AD&lt;v ifliBi B^ MIr \ KII&amp; S^^ HHI Q L AT ^ k ^ A * I ^ m &gt; W W ± ~ -M 0 Ss %$ ? Xl ^ mi \ ~ LARKiNsoAPMFC . es Ml J ? o ^ ^ ^ mW Jm mm . m . ¦^^ jigil &amp; l CwtETHOhlT 18 0 The Whole Family Supplied with Laundry m ^^ 2 E ?~ S ffi Z ^ &amp; £ n / k-fZ * * - - ^ 9 0 and Toilet Soaps for a year at Halt Price . JjIMMlU ^ lB ^&amp; g . ^ &lt;&gt; 2 Sent Subject to Approval and Payment after . ffl ^^ jlLJ [^^^^^^» p !?«^ j 23 « ^ » 8 On Thirty Days Free Trial . ^^^ ^ * E §* $ r ^ r | X B - „„ i a __ tt TT IS WISE ECONOMY TO USE GOOD SOAP . Onr soaps are sold X A HsWSs &amp; iiaSsSW X entirely on their merits , with our guarantee of purity . Thousands g . 0 KM &amp; iSSoWwBSR of Families Use Them , and have for many years , in every locality , A . 0 | ipaKia ^^ S » ^ many in your vicinity . Ask us for your neigh...
** V New Patterns . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
** V New Patterns . To obtain any of these patterns fill out pattern coupon , on another page , giving name , address end number and size of pattern wanted , and send to pattern department , National- Rural , enclosing ten cents for each pattern . - Girl s Costume—7507 . Very many charming combinations of material and coloring may he suggested by the mode . The bertha could be all of velvet with guipurfc applique bor der , and the yoke and collar covered with all over guipure or the dress may be all of one fabric , the yoke and collar being covered and the bertha outlined , with , rows of ribbon , plain or frizzed . Serge , cheviot ; cashmere , veiling , broadcloth or other woolen fabrics will trim durably with braid , white silk materials may have insertion or ribbon as decoration . To make this costume for a girl of eight years will require two and one-half yards of material forty-four inches wide . The pattern , No . 7507 , Is cut in sizes for girls of four , six , eight , ten an...
Big Drop In Dress Goods . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
Big Drop In Dress Goods . Every one can now buy Dross Goods of every description and from one yard upwards , for just as little money as the largest merchants can buy in quantities . You will receive free by mail postpaid , a book of 60 cloth samples of latest things in all kinds of Dress oods , ; at 12 % c to $ 1 . 25 per yard , also full instructions how to order , etc ., if you will cut this notice out and mail it to the big reliable house of SEARS , ROEBUCK &amp; CO . ( Inc . ) , Chicago .
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
The Cough Which Lingers g . cent . because of a run-down condition of the system , £ 1 and is not affected by ordinary cough medicines , M will yield readily to Scott s Emulsion because pn »« gi » t » . ft ^^ 3 ^^^ to ^ wcakened body and f | B | enables it to throw off disease . * # * # &gt;»*&lt;** WE WILL SEND ONE ELECTRIC BELT FREE to one person in each locality for advertising purposes . GoodB sent to reliable persons of either sex to be paid for after seUing ^ E . JSMEADCD . D 7 e 3 pt . VIWELAHDJJ . SSI $ 60 Sewing Machines for $ 18 . ^ ^ Jwffjff ^ B . Wc sell every reliable Sewing Machine Miasg «^^ fniailc , Wc employ no agents , pay no QHjjKrT i ^ SlJagj commiBsionp , which enables its to save IgiiPH V ^ / fflSBa you from &amp; 5 to $ 40 on any Sewinc Ma- *^ Hl lr Sitftrirr Cn * ne y ° u may ^ cc i All machines brand S iLL ^^ wffli new , Ruaranteerl latest improved , with all S K £ M TPfia attachments , and warranted , for lOyeani . ¦ ^ KS &am...
r fe ?! Ly' • v ^ _ ¦ -r [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 8 December 1898
r fe ?! Ly • v ^ _ ¦ -r \ The Knife nd Scissors School Copyright 1 S 98 by Cyrus Kelir . YOU may have trouble in guessing what kind of a school this is . What &lt; lo you think it is to teach ? How to make knives aud scissors ? It may . teacii that : but . it is intended rather to teach the making of many things with knives and scissors and with other tools which we may t-all companions to the knife and scissors . It will further teach or show the way to earn some other things which will be pleasing and helpful to young people . We shall try to teach you to do . and to see . and to entertain you at the same time . A part of the work to be done may be called , manual training . Some of it will be drawing , mathematics , natural philosophy , botany , zoology , geology , and chemistry ; hut there will not be separate classes in these branches . They will be taught to-set-her in the same way that you eat several good things at the same meal or m the way you sometimes eat rice , ...