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SURE STRICTURE CURE , [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
SURE STRICTURE CURE , Solvent-Alterans the Only Effective Method Known to Science . A Home Method that Hr . A . G . Vollmer Found Surer and Easier than Operation . Hospital records Inform us that , in submitting to an operation for the cure of stricture a man has only onechance in ten of being cured , and that the danger from hemorrhage , blood poison and shock- to the nervous system makes any such operation always hazardous . . MB . A . G . VOLI / MEK , KNOX , PA . When a stricture Is in the deep urethra , close to the neck of the bladder , the risk of an operation Is always greater and the percentage of failures always higher . Mr . Vollmer had for some years a very troublesome stricture in the deep urethra , close to the bladder . His home doctor bad tried to cure him by operation , but falling in that he had at length settled down to the regular use ofa steel sound as the only treatment he knew of that could be of service . One day Mr . Vollmer , while reading the Pennsylvania G...
The Practical Farmer , [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
The Practical Farmer , Do you envy the joys of the farmer . An long for his free , easy life , While you sit at his bountiful table And praise his industrious wife ? If you chopped . ln the woods in the winter , Or followed the furrow all day With a teaip o unruly young oxen An feet heavy loaded with clay , If you held the old plow , I m a thinkln Youd sing in a different way . THE PRACTICAL PARMER . Photographed by Eugene J . Hall—Engraved especially for The National Rural . II . .. ¦ You may dream o the golden-eyed daisies An . lilies that wear eech a charm , But lt gives me a heap o hard labor To keep em from spllln ray farm ; . You may plctur the skies in their splendor , The lan scapes so full o repose , ¦ _ ¦ But I never git time to lojk at em , Except when It rains or It snows . You may sing o - the song-birds o summer—Ill tend to the haivlrM ui * the crows . By Eugene J . Hall . III . , You may write o the beauties o natur An dwell on the pleasures o - toil . But the good th...
Care of Sheep in Winter [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
Care of Sheep in Winter By L . P . Abbott . THE key to success with sheep in those sections where housing the flocks is a necessity to thrift and comfort , is wintering well , so the flocks will come to the ground in spring in , thrifty , heatry condition , so the lambs will be strong and the ewes furnish a free flow of milk for the early dropped lambs . It is a good plan when the flock exceeds fifty or sixty head to divided into two or more bands . However careful the feeder and watchful his care , there will be some individuals that fail to thrive with the best , and these should be quartered by themselves , especially if grain is fed to the flock , as invariably the greedy and strong animals will gobble up more , than their share to the injury of the slower feeders and weaker animals . . * ¦ Then the weaker animals are more susceptible to diseases which afflict sheep , but if fed by themselves this timely nursing and care will tend to keep them in a thriving condition , while if ...
• ¦ » Hawkesbury Agricultural College , Australia [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
• ¦ » Hawkesbury Agricultural College , Australia THE October number of the Farm and Dairy , published at Sydney , - Australia , contains an interesting account of the Hawkesbury Agricultural College , located at Richmond , forty miles northwest from Sydney . This flourishing and practical school is the possessor of a farm of 3 ,- 500 . acres of poor soil . It is supplemented by two other fields for experimental farms , which possess rich soil , but are located , respectively , at Wagga and Brisbane . It is planned to have intending students pass initiatory stud y and work at these experiment farms and complete their science studies at Richmond . At Richmond the teaching force consists of a principal , science master , farm foreman , experimentalist , orchardist , dairy instructor , carpenter , poultry and bee expert , blacksmith , baker , and engineer . The plan of the college is to thoroughly weld science and practice . Students pass from the lecture room direct to the microscopic...
Homing Pigeon Affairs [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
Homing Pigeon Affairs THE National Association of American Homing Pigeon lenders held its first annual meeting in Philadelphia Decembers ; 189 S . The association is riot a year old , yet despite this fact it is the largest and most successful body of the kind in the country ! There are sixty-two members in good standing and / over 23 , 000 birds wei-e entered in this year s races . President E . P . Baiter , of Baltimore , reviewed the season and spoke of the . future in a very str 0 ng : and complete speech . Secretary C . H . Jones , of Philadelphia , read his report . Among items of interest contained therein were the following : The association this year raced 16 , 825 old birds and 6 . 889 young birds , a total of 23 , 714 . The remarkable and unprecedented fac . t that over 500 birds flew 500 miles in the day was mentioned . Commodore , a Pall River bird , flew the longest distance on record ,-1 , 250 miles Biloxi , Miss ., to his Pall- River , loft ; Connell &amp; Sl...
TO CAIJII-ORNTA : [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
TO CAIJII-ORNTA : Attention is called , to the excellent service of the North-Western Line to California and the favorable rates which have been made for single and round trip tickets for this season s travel .- Best accommodations In first-class or tourist sleeping cars ,. which run through every day -In the year . Personally conducted tourist car parties every week to -California and Oregon . : Choice of a large number of different routes without extra charge . Particulars cheerfully given upon application to agents Chicago &amp; North-Western Ry ., or connecting lines .
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
CTARK DAV WSH every WEEK if you sell r itlr &amp; nS r _ rll STAKKTREES . Outtltfree . STARK V 8 KU- NURSERY , LOUISIANA , MO ., Rockport , IU .. Oansville , N . r . d \ A PCI *! * J \] WAIiTED loseU gnods to ^ 5 * - » -t * - l » * - «* wholesale and retail trade . ^ ^ 8100 ner month » nd expenses . Address with stampHUIXIMOJCO ^ BOXS . MILTONJUHCTIOH . WIS Parmer s Collection of Choicest Standard VEGETABLE SEEDS . 18 extra large packets containing everything required for first class Farm Garden . Only 50 cents . EAST LYNN STOCK &amp; SEED FARM , Tamaroa , 111 . business BIG IMPORTED PRIZE BERKSHIRE PIGS . Gold Medal Herd , over all—2 years in succession . Prlie Leicester , Cotswold and Dorset sheep generally for sale . See circular , liOO prizes won . ¦ METCALF BROS . S STOHE . EAST ELMA ,. HEW YORK . JHH DUHOO JBRSBY 8 ^^^^^^^¦ k The farmer s hog , Mode ^ mmW ^ kmWWWr Criterion 1515 heads herd . Fine lot of jSr ^ tHH-IHE PiRSi both sexes , for the seasonss trade • ...
Scientific Home Lessons in Paint -ing and Drawing [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
Scientific Home Lessons in Painting and Drawing By Meribali E . Williams Walker . LESSON • III .- ^ MONOCHROME . SKETCHING FROM NATURE . B EGINNERS are most successful by sketching with one color only ; Such pictures . are called monochromes . They are much prized even by connoisseurs ; The real color of the object is not considered in monochromes , but the forms , the play of light ; and • shade , and the airiness of the scene should be carefully copied . The handling . of the brush and paints . has much to do-withjthe , effect produced . For example , colors much mixed .. or ground together with 1 he palette-knife take on . a hard , stony appearance , while , on the contrary , ; . colors blended slightly with the brush are bright and airy . . Looking out toward the horizon , one sees a hazy veil that obscures the distant objects , and it is evident that , in painting the scene , this haze must be copied just as truly as the objects that are seen through it . The atmosphere , the f...
Domestic Affairs [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
Domestic Affairs ( Edited by Mrs . ; Bertha Caswell Norton . ) Common Sense Shecame among the gathering crowd , A maiden fair wlthout . pretense , And-when they asked- her , humble name , She whispered mildly ; . Common Sense ; Her modest garb drew every eye , Her ample cloak , her shoes of leather ; Arid , wihen they sneered ; shesimply said , I dress according to the weather . fhey argued long , arid- reasoned loud , ¦ In dubious Hindoo , phrase ; mysterious , . While , she , popr , child , could not divine Wtoy girls so young should be so serious .- They knew the length of Plato s beard , And how the-scholars wrote-in ; Saturn ; • She studied authors not so deep ; • And took the Bible for , her pattern . And so she said , Excuse me , friends ; I find all have their proper places , And Common- Sense should stay at . home With cheerful hearts and smiling faces . —James Thomas Fields .
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
20 CASCARETS f ( itE We sell 40 lbs . GRANULATED SUGAR for » 1 . 00 . Medicirif . l . nlf price , etc ., valuable formula FREE to new customers . Sends 2-c . stamps for our catalog ( describing our big bargains ) tt receive 20 Cascarats , worth 25 c . free . Wo rebate 16 e on your first grocery order , so Gntalogue costs you nothing . Bin Money for Atimt * . N . WARRKN MKRCAKMLKCO ., Importer . * Johbiri . I !! ll 7 . «&lt;_ lf ) 0 YOII WISH tobeDrou r ? ht into direct touch with the Ables „ ^ TT , &lt; - 1 Writers and the Ripest Thinkers ? If so then THE LIVING AGE is to you a necessity . It reproduces , as no other magazine does , the latest utterances of the highest British and Continental authorities , French , German , Spanish , Italian , Russian , etc ., upon questions of international politics and the freshest contributions in every field of literature , Science , Investigation , Travel , Discovery , History , Art and Biography , with Fiction aud Poetry * A WE...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
Bargains in Sundries , FOR OUR SUBSCRIBERS . Our Retail ; Price . Lewis Combined , Spraying Pump ............ ... $ 4 . 00 $ 2 . 00 Burglar Alarms 2 . 00 1 . 00 Cream Testers ............... . 35 . 20 Thermometers ........ ....... . 35 . 20 Corn Huskers . 40 . 30 Horse Tail Ties ( per pair ) ..... .. SO . 25 Curtain Fasteners ( set of six ) . .. 35 . 20 Colcord s Green Forage ........ . 40 . 25 The Graftons ............ 1 . 00 . 50 Industrial Struggle ...... . 1 ; 00 . 50 Every Man His Own Architect . . 10 J 05 Treasures of Art and Beauty ... 2 . 00 1 . 00 Dream City .. . 25 . 10 Shylock s Daughter ........... . 30 . 20 Klondyke ........ ........... . 30 . 20 Almanacs .... .......... . 25 ; Binders ............ . 40 . 30 P Barrel . Cart .................. . 5 . 00 ; 3 . 00 Steam Cookers ............... 3 : 75 2 . 50 ; Milk Cans 2 . 00 1 . 00 Transplanters . ..... .. ; ......: . 35 . 25 Uncle Sam Tobacco Cure ..:... 1 . 00 . 75 CIay ? s Medlcators &gt; . ; ... ; . : ; ..... 2...
Miss Jerusha ' s Surprise [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
Miss Jerusha s Surprise IN A LARGE old-fashioned nursery five children were very miserable together one Christmas Eve . Now and then the larger of the two boys brought his fist down energetically upon the nursery floor . Willie Hodges was sitting with his short legs , wide apart , and he brought his fist- down \ between them . Each time Wil-lie-thumped the nursery floor he cried out bitterly , I dont believe it ! -Claudia Jerusha , nursing her dolly , swayed mournfully to and fro in her small rocking-chair with the high , red velvet back . You shant know anything about it , murmured Claudia : Jerusha , pressing Miss . Clarinda . the doll , close to , her , heaving little bosom . You shall wake up in the -morning and find my own gold breastpin in your stocking . . Stretched out before the little woodstove , gazing with large , tearful eyes into the glowing coals thatshowed themselves at the draught and occasionally tumbled forward . upon ; the hparth , was Isabel Hodges , the plumper...
Page 20 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
[ jost ?! &gt; cough \ ^ k Not worth paying attention £ ^ k to , you say . Perhaps you W V have had it for weeks . ^ k W Its annoying because you ^ k have a constant desire to cough . It annoys you also ¦ - because you remember that A weak lungs is a family failing . K At first it is a slight cough . JH r At last it is a hemorrhage . ^ B At first it is easy to cure . ^ At last , extremely difficult . Ayers Cherry Pectoral v quickly conquers your little hacking cough . Ji- There is no doubt about . the cure now . Doubt comes - . ^ from neglect . A ^ k For over half a century jkm . H Ayers Cherry Pectoral has fl M been curing colds and coughs \ m and preventing consumption . H It cures Consumption also if taken in time . I _ m Keep one of , Dr . Aprs ctierrg W w Pectoral Plasters over par m m longs It goo congh . M __ J Shall we send yon a D ^ ^ book on this subject , tree ? ^ B m Our Medical Department . JB A _\ If you have any complaint -what- __\ __ f ever and desire the be...
Teaching His Wife a Lesson [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
Teaching His Wife a Lesson • My wife has a disagreeable habit of leaving her pocketbook in exposed places , said the man who was telling the story . I have cautioned her more than once that she would lose it if she wasnt more careful . I came down town with her the other morning , and the first thing she did after boarding the car was to deposit her purse on the car seat while she relieved herself of the terrible suspicion . that her hat wasnt on straight . A movement of her arms knocked the purse on- the floor where it remained until I . picked it up . _ I rescued that purse no less than a dozen times before we reached the bargain counter that was the goal of my wifes ambition . Events around a bargain counter occur with kaleidoscopic swiftness , and I soon found myself the sole guardian of my wife s purse , which lay before me on the counter where it had been deserted by her in a mad rush for the other end of the counter / To teach her a lesson I emptied the contents of the purse ...
FROM FOOT TO KNEE [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
FROM FOOT TO KNEE Ohio Woman Suffered Great Agony From a Terrible Sore—Her Story of the Case , and Her Cure . For many years I was afflicted with a milk leg , and a few years ago it broke out in a sore and spread from my foot to my knee . I . suffered great agony . It would burn and itch all the time and discharge a great deal . My health was good with the exception of this sore . I tried a great many kinds of salve , but some would irritate the sore so that I could hardly stand the pain . I could not go near the fire without suffering intensely . Some one sent me papers containing testimonials of cures bv Hood s Sarsaparilla , and I told my husband I would like to try this medicine . He got me a bottle and I found it helped me . I kept on taking- it until my limb was completely healed . I cannot praise Hood s Sarsaparilla enough for the great benefit it hns been to me . It cleanses the blood of all impurities and leaves it rich and pure . MRS . ANNA E . EAKEN , Whittlesey , Ohio . ...