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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898
BABYS SMOOTH , FAIR SKIN A Grateful Mother Writes this LetterTells all about Her Troubles when Baby Broke out with Scrofula Sore * . At the age of two months , my baby began to have ; sores break out on his right - cheek . We-used all the external applications that we oould think or hear of , * to no avail . The sores spread all over one side of his face . We consulted * physician and tried his medicine , and in a week the sore was gone . But to my surprise in two weeks more another scrofulous looking sore appeared on baby s arm . It grew worse and worse , and when he was three months old , I began giving him Hood s Sarsaparilla . I also took Hood s Sareaparilla , and before the first bottle was finished , the sores were well and have never returned . He is now four years old , ¦ but he has never had any sign of those scrofulous sores since he was cared by Hood s Sarsaparilla , for which I feel very grateful . My boy owes his good health and smooth , fair skin to this great medicine...
| KiF & ^ ^^^ SHip ^ kikr ^^ Scio ^&_ . -, * A 1 ' COPYRIGHT , 1898 , 'BY CYRUS KEHR . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898
| KiF &amp; ^ ^^^ SHip ^ kikr ^^ Scio ^&amp;_ . -, * A 1 COPYRIGHT , 1898 , BY CYRUS KEHR . School Begins ( Copyright , 1898 , by Cyrus Kehr . ) In the last number of this paper I told you about the Knife andScissors School , explaining to some extent what it is to teach and 1 do and telling all of you to be ready for work when the . next number should come . And now here is the paper , and I rise to ask all of you young people to come to order and give your best attention . Perhaps you have heard your public school teacher say something like this at the beginning of school . Perhaps you have also been asked to fold your arms , so as to be the better able to give attention . In this school the bands are to be- used so much that I shall not ask you to fold your arms . I shall trust that you will train your arms and hands so well with all that there is to do in the school that you can easily keep them still , without folding , when you are to give attention . How sorry...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898
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A Book ' s Desires . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898
A Book s Desires . Jflease uont handle me with , . dirty handsy or leave me out In the rain . Books catch cold as well as children . . . Or make marks . on me with your pen or pencil . ; It would spoil my looks . Or lean on me with your elbows when you are reading , me . It . hurts . Or open me and-lay me face down on the table . You wouldnt like ; that . Or put in between my leaves a pencil or anything thicker than a single sheet of thin paper . It would strain my back . Whenever you-are through reading me , If you are afraid of losing your place , dont turn down the corner of one of my leaves , but have a neat little bookmark to put in where you stopped , and then close me and lay me down on my side ; so that I can have a good , comfortable rest .. . Help me to keep fresh and clean , and I will help you , to be happy . . . V 4 ¦ » , collie was considered a prize , but to-day a warm tan is absolutely unassociated with a pure-bred sheep dog , as in a true collie the tan should be a ...
PUZZLE BOX . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898
PUZZLE BOX . 219—OHARADB . My first we see in d ladys hand , At a party , concert or ball ; My next will show how a good Bible name . Is nicknamed by us all ; A Spanish dance my whole will be , Which people often third . to see . 220 . —HIDDEN CITIES . 1 . He lives mainly on soup on rice . 2 . I have given up a rise of salary . 3 . Faber never , made better pencils . 4 . I dont want him to miss his nap , lest he be cross and fretful . ¦ : / . 5 . The demon of drink hath enslaved him . 6 . The mad ride of John Gilpin made hira famous . 7 . Sober linings will suit better than gay ones . 8 . Will is Bonepartes warm admirer . . 221 . —BEHEAD AND CURTAII ,. Entire , ! sound o er the chleftan s grave ; Beheaded , in April breeze I wave ; Behead me again , a suffix I , . Confined to the leaves of the grammar dry ; Curtail me now , O wondrous change ! The whole broad earth is now my range ; Curtail , me again , if . you can , I m the center of all things to selfish man . 222 . —WORD SQUARE ...
Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898
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WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898
WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW MOVEMENT OF GRAIN . __ Chicago , December 13 . Wheat and flour on ocean passage Increased 720 , 000 bu last week , while corn Increased 1 , 200 , 000 bu . The English visible supply of wheat Increased 630 , 000 ba last week , against 640 , 000 bu lncreaie the same week last year . Primary receipts of wheat yesterday were , 1 , 533 , 000 bu , against 1 , 841 , 000 bu the corresponding day last year . Shipments were 946 , 000 bu , against 296 , 000 bu last year . ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ . ¦ Primary receipts of corn yesterday were 794 ,- 000 bu , against 952 , 000 bu the corresponding day a year ago . Shipments were 457 , 000 bu , against 436 , 000 bu a yer ago . Stocks of wheat decreased 2 , 623 , 000 bu ; corn decreased 2 , 516 , 000 bu ; oats decreased 183 , 000 bu . Bye increased 204 , 000 bu ; barley increased 162 ,- 000 bu . Local stocks include : Wheat , 2 , 622 , 000 bu ; corn , 4 , 340 , 000 bu ; oats , 700 , 000 bu ; rye , 183 , 000 bu ; barley , 406 , 000 bu . Of the 8...
Reform in China [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898
Reform in China THE latest mails from China bring full accounts of the turbulent state of affairs among those who hold the reins of government . An attempt has been made for some time past , by several progressive young men ef the empire who were educated abroad and imbibed some of the broader ideas of the outside world , to introduce some reforms , but they lost their lives in the attempt and their names will be added to the long list of martyrs who have sacrificed their : lives for principle . The story of the attempt , failure and death of the young reformers is as . follows : Kang Yu Wei had the ear of the emperor at all times , and scarcely a day passed without an interview . He was often accompanied to the palace by Tan Tze Tung , the brilliant son of the governor of the province of Hutch , who was also educated in England , and was very progressive in his ideas . These two young men were allowed great freedom in their audiences and were treated by the emperor as familiar frie...
Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898
SENMNE D 0 LtAH ... ay aa ^ Cut this ad . out and send to us and ^^ 3 niric __ 3 ^ we will send you tbls II 1 GH-UIUDE Bl I ACME 600 lb . PUTFOBII SCALE by — I freight , c . 0 . D ., subject to examf . Bl I nation , you can examine it at your HI ^^ freight depot and if found perfectly HI I . % satisfactory , exactly as represented HH _ MT and equal to scales tbat retail at | H fc— . ( 25 . 00 , pay the railroad agent our special H 9 J _ . ^^ price , $ 9 . 35 , less the fcl . UO or HI ^ —« j S 8 . 35 and freight charges . The HH m ^^ shipping weight fs 155 lbs . and the HH ^» **^ freight will average 75 c for each Bl TT ^ E 500 miles and we soara-tee safe do- __ H 3 _ 5 -I ll » ery . TheAemo __ M J FT ! for farm , store ^^^ msaBm ^ SlilllSffSlmmmAAm ^^ lifetime . Will weigh 600 lbs . by using all weights tar- - S . . W 011 ^ Brass beam weighs 50 lbs ., has StoTens Brass SlIdlnirFoIie . platform is 16 x 22 inches , restingon adjustable chill bearings , has Denton steel pivots , mopt s...
THE TRUE STORY [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 15 December 1898
THE TRUE STORY OF TH _ Conlidlng Woman , the Cynical Man and the Bearded Lady . The scene Is a comfortable sitting ; room . Mr . Eovegood Is hurled ln a book and his wife is scanning the , advertisements In the evening paper . Suddenly Mrs . Lovegood says , Sayl dear * . In a voice that make Mr . Lovegood almost drop his book . Well , what is It ? he says with a laugh , another real genuine bargain offer ? I dont know that youd call it that , his wife replied . But , yes , yon might , she continued , for It Is a bargain offer-of free medical advice . Let s hear all about it my dear , said her husband-. But you know I m a little dubious about your bargains . Your swans so often turn out to be geese . Well then , It s ah offer by a woman ( physician ) to give free medical advice by letter , and It says It s better , to wrlte to a woman because a man cant understand a woman , just because he s a man , and . It says , too , that it s just revolting to go to a man physician anyhow . And ...