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Seasonable Recipes [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
Seasonable Recipes Sweet Potato Pie . One pint of potato rubbed through a sieve or colander , four well-beaten eggs , one full cup of sugar ; a tablespoonful of butter ; nutmeg to taste ; make into a very thin batter with rich milk ; fill three under crusts ; bake in moderate oven . Ham Salad . Chop fine cabbage and onion , mix one pint of cabbage , one tablespoonful of onion , season with salt , pepper and crushed celery seed ; sprinkle over the cabbage and • onion one cup of minced ; . boiled ham ; pour over all good vinegar and serve quickly . Cabbage Salad . One head of . cabbage chopped fine , two cups of vinegar , one cup of sugar , one • cup of water , one tablespoonful of mustard , two eggs ; place this on the stove and let it come almost to a boil , then pour over the cabbage , add a little salt and pepper , and mix well together . Pork Cakes . Chop raw fresh pork very fine , add salt , pepper , one chopped onion , half , as much stale bread crumbs as there is meat , soaked...
TO . THE LAND OF SUNSHINE . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
TO . THE LAND OF SUNSHINE . Take ttie Sunshine Route from Chicago to Los Angeles , San Francisco and other points in California , and . escape the rigors of winter in the East and . North . Pullman Tourist Cars-for first and second class passengers-leave Chicago every Saturday at 2 o clock ip . m . via-the Chicago , Milwaukee &amp; St . Paul Railway to Kansas City , thence to California via the Atchison , Topeka and Santa Fe Railway—a real Sunshine Route . This is the earliest afternoon train leaving Chicago for the West after arrival of morning trains from- the- East , thus avoiding tedious delay . The Sunshine Route is essentially the hest and most patronized through , car line for men , women and children . Every attention paid to the needs of passengers en route ; Send for a- Sunshine Route time-table folder . It costs nothing . Address F . A . Miller , Assistant General Passenger Agent , Chicago , 111 .
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
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Y v ™!? v » + ^ r «^ 4 » 9 &^ T !< . u :. c . ttiM < 1 ji « s . IM | "i V ' MI | . | I I | . I ! I !|!| I |( H || y-ljI'KljlHIIj' -Ij " Christmas Cheer [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
Y v ™!? v » + ^ r «^ 4 » 9 &amp;^ T !&lt; . u :. c . ttiM &lt; 1 ji « s . IM | i V MI | . | I I | . I ! I !|!| I |( H || y-ljIKljlHIIj -Ij Christmas Cheer My dear little children , jou understand That the rich and poor all over the land Have one dear Father who watches you , And grieves or smiles at the things you do , And some of His children are poor and sad , And some are always merry and glad . Christmas will bring to some of you joys— . Food and plenty , frolic and toys , Christmas to some will bring nothing at all ; In place of laughing the tears will fall . Poor litteTlmto your door may come ; Your blessings are many—spare him some . The Christmas bells will sweetly ring The songs that the angels love to sing , The song that came with the Savior s birth , Peace , good-will and love on earth . Dear little children , ring , I pray , Sweet bells in some lonely heart that day . —Selected
• Our Dear Ones [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
• Our Dear Ones How *« nder we are of our dear ones , we never can . smile at their pain ; . We never , can laugh when they sorrow ; we never can love them in vain ; How . careful we are of our dear ones ; what sympathy wakes at a glance ; What happiness waits on their presence to ev - ry new blessing enhance . Dp in the mountains high , high , high , There s a jolly old chap with a glist ning eye In a workshop quaint he hammers and saws , And the name on his sign is Santa Claus . There s where he turns out Christmas toys Ready for bright little girls and boys . With knives nnd chisels and . cans of ; paint He works all day does that jolly old Saint . At early morn when the mail comes in He goes through It all with a jolly old grin , For it fills his heart with Intense delight To read ev ry word that the children write . How patient we are with our dear ones ; though j hearts may with anguish be wrung We ever are one with their ,, sadness , no matter ] how timid or young .-. - How g...
dlAifi ^ ST ^ fiki & iflr § - VTM JN ^ Hl ^^ fe lloaeM-r ^ M ^ JWW « ml »!^^^/ JK ^ y jSbfeM u r < i ji WJIS ®* - [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
dlAifi ^ ST ^ fiki &amp; iflr § - VTM JN ^ Hl ^^ fe lloaeM-r ^ M ^ JWW « ml »!^^^/ JK ^ y \ \ jSbfeM u r &lt; i ji WJIS ®* - iTSfefiWi ^ 5 ELL , I dec . are ! exclaimed Mn , fflfflW / il Greely , the postmaster s wife , - Mlljyfe if here isnt a letter for Uncle ¦ 3 ^ 33 ^ Eay : Waller E . Kay , Esq . it says . I do wonder who it is from ; they havent had a letter before , since we ve been in the office . And not so very long e ther , that isnt , laughed Mr . Greely . I dont suppose tlio old man does much writing nowadays . Sounds odd to hear him called squire , though . Yes , it does , said Mrs . Greely absently . She was examining the lette : cuii ; usly , shaking it , holding . it up to the li ? ht , trying to guess something of the contents from its outward appearance . It s bulky , she said pr ; s 3 ntly . If they had any folks Id think it was something important , but I dont believe they have a near relation in the world . And kinsfolks that . they hadnt seen fo...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
. WM ^ mmmiMMmmmmmmaw In Pain ? In the Back ? J Then probably the kidneys , a In the Chest ? | Then probably the lungs . 4 In the Joints ? £ Then probably rheumatism . ^ No matter where it is , nor what kind ; you need have it no longer . It may be an hour , a day , or a year old ; it must yield to Dr . Ayer s Cherry } pectoral piaster Immediately after applying it yon feel its soothing , warming , strengthening power . It quiets congestion ; draws out inflammation . It is a new plaster . A new combination of new remedies . Made after new methods . Entirely-unlike any other plaster . The Triumph of Modern Medical Science . The Perfected Product of yeart of Patient Toil . Placed over the chest it is a powerful aid to AVers Cherry Pectoral in the treatment of all throat and lung affections . Placed over the stomach , it stops nausea and vomiting ; over the bowels , it controls cramps and colic . Placed over the small of the back , : it removes all congestion from the kidneys and great...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
r . THE MODERN ~ srvrsieLiNE FN AP ™ ^ S »^ PASTE Wr I 1 *~ + m WBHHHh CAKE Makes an old Stove as ^ HSSSill OR „ bright as new in a minute . - ^^^^ P ^ LIQUID . « J . I _ . PRESCOTT &amp; . CO . — • NEVTYORK ¦ ^ Oh , HowThankful Pain Was Maddening and Hope Had Been Abandoned —Wonderful Results pf Purifying the Blood . A very severe pain came in my left knee , which grew worse and worse , and finally a sore broke out above the knee . lt discharged a great deal and the paia from my thigh down was maddening . Large , hard , purple spots appeared on my leg . I suffered in this way for years , and gave up all hope of ever being cured . My wife was reading of a case like mine cured by Hood s Sarsaparilla , and she advised me to try it . I began taking it and when I bad used a few bottles I found relief from ray suffering . Oh , how thankful I am for this relief 1 I am stronger than I have ever been in my life . I am in . the best of health , have a good appetite and am a new man a...
A Penny Saved . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
A Penny Saved . T Hiu Senior Ten- of ttie King s Uaugnters were holding a meeting at Laura Forbes . Carrie Hoyt had just left the room , saying • she must finish the afternoon at her uncle s office helping him with his posting . I wish I could earn money as Carrie does , sighed little Nellie Page . A penny saved is a penny earned , dear , rejoined Laura . ¦ Im sure you make fortunes by yOur contrivances . Think of that rug you made out of the brown feather trimming that used ; to border your wrap . And you know I admired your toilet set that was made from an old dotted muslin apron . Why , yes : so it was , Nellie replied more cheerfully . Its easy enough to save on one s own things / but I like to . give handsome presents . You always do , Laura . Laura shrugged her shoulders . You are thinking of that chocolate pot I gave your aunt . Well , butI had to resort to wonderful makeshifts to have enough cash left from my allowance to buy it . : . - I washed my sleeveprotectors and black...
The Yule Log [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
The Yule Log When the Yule log burns upon tlie hearth , With carol , chime , and Christmas cheer , • A fire should kindle In . each soul To gladden all the coming year ; A dame to brighten / heart and home , ; And shine as well for other eyes , iTed by good deeds which still glow on When dim - and . cod the . Yule log lies . No life so poor but it may know A spark of this dlvinest fire . No life so beautiful and rich But still , flame-like , It may aspire . Then kindle Yule , logs far and wide To burn on every happy hearth , Fit-symbols of the faith and love That purify ? ahd bless the earth , i — Selected
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
jj Tjhere are 97 ? any 2 £ fays of fa % ~ TREATING | COLDS and COUGH I BUT TO ( QUICKLY J I EFFECT THOROUGHLY ! 1 ACURE ( EFFECTIVELY ! TAKE Z I ALLENS LungBalsam I Z And dont tamper with yourself by dosing fe H on tablets , which only afford a . temporary Z Z relief . This Lung Balsam is commended H H highly for its Expectorant properties , caus- Z Z ing the phlegm to rise , and soothing aud E H healing the inflamed membrane . It con- Z Z tains no Opium or any other deleterious m m drug . Ministers and Public Speakers Z Z will , if they will only try it , be gratified H with the result . Ask for and be sure to get Z L ALLENS LUNG BALSAM . f 7 At Druggists , 25 c , 50 c . and $ 1 . 00 per Bottle . B BSVVBSSSS ^ iBSVsBSBISBSBSBS ^ B
A Beautiful Christmas Gift [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
A Beautiful Christmas Gift A MOST useful and at the same time beautiful scrap-portfolio may be made from tlie following directions . It is well known that ordinary scrap books have numerouos objections . The paste is not always at . band with which to paste in the clippings . Properly paging and indexing tbe matter is almost impossible . The partly filled and confused pages are inartistic and oftenajmear slovenly . V Long hunts are often necessary to find an article when . wanted , and many clippings are lost before the convenient ; spare moment . for , ; inserting them is found . All of these difficulties and many more are obviated by this new device which , we give to our readers . Procure an ordinary scrap-book and a quantity of strong envelopes . Paste tbe envelopes , the address side down , onto the many pages of the scrap-book . Two or njpre envelopes may ba placed on a page according to size and fancy . The envelopes are then to be lettered A , B , C , etc . on : the . flap ....
PUZZLE BOX . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
PUZZLE BOX . 223 . —CONUNDRUM . WJint is the difference between a bird men tioned in a well-known proverb and a drum ? 224 . —ENIGMA . I am composed of 7 letters . My 2 4 3 5 is a part of some animals . My 10 7 Is an attribute of some animals . . My whole Is the name of &lt; i song . 225 .-ANAGRAMS . Rivers of North America . 1 . A ; nehun squash . 2 . Mean : to scar . 3 . Curdenlainb . 4 . ; Ask Ansa Watch . 5 . I or , danger . C . Walter Seen . 7 . Arm Crime . 8 . , Ben Cenfce . 0 ., Cut cent coin . 10 . E . sent seen . 11 . Boston cop . 12 . A loiipaca chap . 226 . —HALF SQUARE . 1 . A fire-dog . 2 . Closer . 3 . A man s name . 4 . The rainbow . 5 . A color . 0 . -. . A conjunction . 7 . A letter . 227 . —BEHEADINGS . . 1 . Behead a girl s mame , and leave a species of insect ; again , and leave concreted sugar . • 2 . Behead a kind of grain , and leave to grow warm ; again , and leave to corrode ; ng aln , and leave In . 3 . Behead separately , and leave solitary ; again...
Winner in Prize Contest [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
Winner in Prize Contest In the Nov . 17 number a prize was offered for a complete list of things appearing in the Contents of this Paper . Not oiie complete list was received , but we will send a book to the bne-. nearest correct . The answers are as follows : , 1 , Dash ; 2 , lines ; 3 , capitals ; 4 ; points ; 5 , letters ; 6 , columns ; 7 , dates ; 8 , table ; 9 , stars ; 10 , leaves ; 11 , figures ; 12 , pictures ; 13 , periods ; 14 , sentence ; 15 , the end ; 16 , pages , 17 , head ; 18 , title ; 19 , contents ; 20 , rules . The book will be sent , to Miss Mae Daniels , Wittlin , - Wis .
A Compromise [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 22 December 1898
A Compromise Santa Claus was in a quandary . He thrust his hands into his pockets and gazed despairingly at the stocking suspended . in limp supplication . from the mantel-piece . Then he turned it inside ont and inspected , it Next , he idly counted , its checks . He looked at the offending stocking this way and that with growing ire ; he pulled it , lie pinched it , ho turned it , he twisted it . he fingered it in every way in an agony of indecision . When every hope had . deserted him , he stood off and reckless of discovery , puffed vigorously upon his pipe . And then a bright idea came to his relief . Well , he muttered , chuckling at his escape , bust me if in these days I can tell whether , you re a man s or a woman s , but a bicycle lamp is sure to suit either way . — New York . Tournal . « » &gt; — I wnnt to buy a Christmns present of si book for a young man . Yes , miss ; what kind of a book would you like ? Why , a book for a young man . Well—but what kind of a yo...