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Page 30 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898
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QUERIST COLUMN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898
QUERIST COLUMN ( Cpntlnued from page 1403 . ) Address of C . W . McMurry . Please give address of C . W . McMurry , one of tho contestants for prize at Illinois State Fair for largest yield of corn raised upon one » cre of measured ground . —E : R . Swain , Michigan . —Curran , Champaign County , Illinois . Chautauqua Assemblies . Give names of all the Chautauqua assemblies in each state . Their location and postoiiice address of the president or secretary . —S . J . Bullman , Illinois . , ,, ,. —If there Is a list of them you can probably get it by writing to the Chautauquan Magazine , Meadville , Pa ., inclosing a stamp . December 29 , 1829 . - On what day of the week did . December 20 , 1829 , faII ? -SubscrIber . . —Last week the above question was answered : We have 110 means of ascertaining . If s the ed-itor-who answered it had consulted the Cyclopedia that the Howard &amp; Wilson Publishing Co ., Chicago , III ., sell for 23 cents , ho would have learned that Decembe...
Page 31 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898
DEI . UICTTIIIP 0 DEED- Sample FREE , , | f |_| flfE 1 I IRU Dr . F . E . Moy , Bloomlngtoi ) , m . Olir / CTDIUP liinilCN Valuable Information about UUl I LKInb WURILll a sure home cure , free . All diseases . Write now before you are incurable . LEXINGTON SANITARIUM , 1350 Lexington Avenue , Cleveland , Ohio . VB A \ # I is woman s way to health and you have I r \ w I not heard o £ it . You have tried to find relief and have failed . Your doctor does not cure you and you begin to think there is no cure , but there is a convenient , safe and cheap cure for home use . Particulars free In sealed envelope on application to VIAVICOMPAHY,tafflr FREE.FREE The best booklet out , 64 pages on private diseases , edited by tho acknowledged leading Physicians and Specialists of this country , I &gt; R . HATHAAVA 1 &amp; CO .,. ai 5 Dearborn St ., Chicago , 111 . Write for it to-day to the above address . a Tlir ; ELECTRICITY . from I ML the batteries will turn a needle through ...
Page 31 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898
TOO GOOD TO BE FREE ! ?^ a |^_ i : 2 of 4 n Drop 3 . ^ you a Trlal g ^ Wt / 0 1 Rheumatism , Sciatica and Catarrh ¦ ^ * Bfc ___ CURED BY ( TjT |^^ FF 3 | 5 DROPS Three Yeara Ago . U ^^ SJ ^ bM DOCTORS PRONOUNCED HIM INCURABLE . ^ B ^ ^§ He Is Still Well and Writes , on Oct . 10 , 1898 : I Feel It a Duty That I ^^ m Wm ^ m \^ r Owe to tod and Suffering Humanity to Announce to You and ETnADEMABK . l AH the World What &lt; S Drops Has Done for Me . ¦ v ¦ ¦ Siberia , Perry Co ., Ind ., Jan . 29 , 1896 . SWANSON UHEUMATIC CUBE COMPANY : —I would like to thank you for your great remedy , 5 DKOPS , and tell you what It has done for me . I had Rheumatism iu every joint and in the heart , and I had Catarrh of the Head for , 30 years . I was so poorly that I lost the use of my legs and arris , and could not move without pain . I was so crippled--that I had done but little work for seven long years , and our family physician , a good doctor , told me that my Rheumatism and Catarrh were...
U . S . STANDARD SCAtES [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898
U . S . STANDARD SCAtES EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE ONE . Scales that Require No Pit . Are Easily Erected or Removed from One Place to Another . Best Quality at Lowest Prices . A farmer can have no piece of machinery . or . implement on his farm that will .. g ive him so much satisfaction as-a wagon or stock scale . His hay , grain , cattle , hogs and all the : products are sold- by weight and , If he has-, no scales , he Is obliged to trust to others , and if he has taken the trouble to investigate he has found that buycrs of produce ; and stock are very liable to make mistakes , -consequently if he has looked Into the matter far enough he has discovered that by doing hls . ownAweighing . he . can save the : price of a scale several-times ovev-jduring a year . , Besides It is . a great satisfaction to -we gh the stock and know just how it iSj . dolng on certain feed . Many farmers or others buy thousands of bushels of . corn to feed to stockand the only way to test tho nmount nald for...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 3 November 1898
( LATER STILL ) . Opinion Not Prejudice . Trans-Mississippi and International Expositioa . Authorized by Act of United States Congress at Umalia , iveb ., U . S . A ., June 1 st to November 1 st , 18 U 8 . DepartmentofExhibits E . E . Bruce , Manager . . H . B . Hardt , Asst . Sftigr . •Bureau oi Jury oil Awards . ¦ : J . M . Woodworth , Chairman Committee on Awards ; l . J . E . Dtt , Assistant Chairman Committee on Awards ., ¦ . Office , Manufacturing ; Bldg .-Gallery .. Exposition Grounds , Omaha , Neb ,, October 29 , 1898 . -CHICAGO / SCAffiGO ; , N 0 . 7639 Machinery and Electricity Building ,.- - :. 7- ¦•- ,.- •; Dear Sirs : You are lierebynotified that dijploma for ( orold 7 Medal has been awarded ;; tpv . yon for Stock and Hay Scales . ¦ •- ¦¦ v ; il i p , 7 ; : Asst . Chairman , Committee on Awards . When Scales that are acknowledged by com- . petent judges to have no superior It . seems like-
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898
THESE THREE FOR ONE DOLLAR . The Greatest Weekly 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 ? i . oo A YEAR . WORTH $ 1 . 00 A YEAR PRICE $ 1 . 00 A YEAR . Comprising a Full Hand or Year s Supply of Reading Matter each one year . and ALL THREE FOR ONE DOLLAR . To any person who will send us One Dollar before January ist , THE OFFER : 1899 , we will send each for one year , postpaid ,- the following three great and most useful papers . • The National Rural and Family Magazine , $ 1 . 00 a Year ..... The Gentlewoman , ? i . ooa Year ...... And your choice from the following five great Standard Political weeklies , viz : DETROIT WEEKLY TRIBUNE . The National Rural and Silver Republican . Family Magazine . T RepubS ° BiADE - Published weekly , 32 to 40 pages , at $ 1 . 00 a T „„™ T &gt;» ITT nnRv year . The greatest and best Farm and FanifaUvt ? Demoorat ? Magazine on eart...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898
Bagsters Teachers Bible . Teacher s Illuminated Holy Bible .... The most magnificent ^ ^^^^¦ SMH ^^^ Ife Bible ever printed . Large , ^ KBS * si ^ M _ HB _^^^ H clear text . Complete refer- HSg ^ SJHHHB ^ Hj ^^ H ences . Self-proving text , MHBi _________________ SB ^___ i ^_ B concordance , and all tbe ^ H ^ S ^^ BI ^^^^^^ H usual helps and many new ^ H ^____^________________ HinflB ^___________! ones . Fine colored maps . HB ^^^^^ Hi ^^^^ HflH 12 mo . size . American mo- PnB ^^^ Hi ^ H ^^ HHM rocco . Divinity crush E ^^ HH ^ HHHi ^^ Hfl binding , silk sewn . This ^ ffi ^ H ^^^ H ^ H _______ H ___ fl binding IB superior to ¦ S ^^^^^^^^^ HN ^ SS Turkish morocco . Can be j ^ E ^^ HHSSSsBa ^ P rolled up like the accom- ^ SI ^^^^ B ESSSSHB panylng illustration with- H ^ Sf ^^ SS ^ B _^^^ H injury . ^^ S ______^ B _ B ^______^_________________________ B B ^^^ I ^^ H 600 Original ^ R ^^^^^ HHH ___ Engravings . ^^ BP ^^^^^^ . Directly Illustrating the Accompanying Test , Each of these pic...
CURRENT AFFAIRS . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898
CURRENT AFFAIRS . Our men were kept at Siboney until the very close of the campaign , and Siboney was a pest hole . For the first three days that , we were , at Santiago we nearly starved to death .,. FJually thirty of our men volunteered to foot it to Siboney and bring out on . their backs pnonch supplies to keep the men alive . In connection , with this General Shatter sent me a very sharp note complaining that I had not reported the situation directly to him . * - » - *• : It is of some Interest that the Maria Teresa—the Spanish armored cruiser which was raised and had started for New York but was abandoned in a storm—has , it is now thought , goneashore on Cat-Island . Many people in the Bahamas claim that Columbus first landed on Cat Island . A vessel answering the description of the Maria Teresa was seen ashore at Cat Island . Old Glory was- left waving in the breeze on the captured ! cruiser . Some remarkable offers by the publishers will be found on the opposite page . . - ¦...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898
Published Weekly by the Howard &amp; Wilson Publishing Company , MADISON and FRANKLIN STS ., CHICAGO . Gen : C . H . Howard , Jas . W . Wilson , MANAGING EDITOB . BUSINESS MANAGEB . Subscription rates , one dollar a year of 52 numbers . Single copies Ave cents ; Advertising rates made known on application . It . S . THAIX , Manager Advertising Department . Ill commarilcatlbns should bo addressed - NATIONAL RURAL AND FAMILY MAGAZINE , Chicago , 111 . . EASTERN OFFICE ( for advertising department only ) : Frank S . Smith , 47 Tlines Building , New York . . , , Entered at the Chicago Postofflce as Secoud-elass matter .
Evidence of a Soul . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898
Evidence of a Soul . T HERE are exceptions to the rule : Corporations have no souls . The Chicago &amp; Northwestern Railway Company has disproved the adage by its treatment © f the soldiers during some months past . Instructions were issued to every agent and conductor to give special care and attention to soldiers returning to their homes from the camps . The orders went beyond the ordinary services of a railway employe and even beyond what might be . extended in the form of courtesies . The General Manager directed that employes should be diligent to ascertain if any of the soldiers are in need of food , and snore particularly if they are sick and require medical attention , and if any such . are found he is to be attended to at the expense of the company , if necessary . It is not necessary , it seems , for the soldier to be in uniform to get the advantage of the road s hospitality , for if he could show the proper papers of discharge or furlough , he received the same c...
Is Gold Stable ? [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 10 November 1898
Is Gold Stable ? T HERE are two disputed points on which the Banker s • Money Bill , commonly called the McCleary Bill , are based . The one , the stability of gold , is held by the advocates for the sole use of gold as the agent of valuation , rather than the use of gold and silver for this purpose . Many of the gold advocates are continually asserting that gold is stable , in its exchangeable value under all circumstances , while silver is like a nicely balanced weathercock , constantly shifting . In fact , Mr . Eckels , the former comptroller of the currency , said only a few days ago at the Bankers Convention in Joliet : Gold has a fixed and unchanged value . Again he said , in speaking of gold as money : It is unalterable and meets the needs of commerce : it is gold . No writer of the least reputation as a political economist , whether he be an advocate for gold alone or for gold and silver , teaches any nonsense like this . . In fact , all , to the best of our knowledge , take...