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r « -Afl / . ^ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ ¦ >_ , ,. . . - ¦ ; ' I Ifci ^^^^ ffipM [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
r « -Afl / . ^ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ &gt;_ , ,. . . - ¦ ; I Ifci ^^^^ ffipM A Wooden Knife and a Gams . By . Cyrus KelVr . ; ( Copyright , 1898 , by Cyrus Kehr . ) A WOODEN KNII _ E . 1 , N speaking of knives , I told you that there are many kinds and that we might , perhaps , make some . We will now each make a wooden knife called a paper knife or paper cutter . Does it not FT a . i . seem a little odd to call a wooden knife a paper knife ? These knives are used for cutting the uncut leaves of magazines and papers . Fig . 1 of the-drawings shows such a knife . B is thefblade and H is the handle . Use hard wood having a fine grain . Hickory , hard mapleiyfine grained oak , osage orange and other % woods , will answer . . Make the knife at least eight / inches long . If you have a piece of wood of the right thickness and having the bark on it , the bark may be left on the handle . If you use a large stick , first whittle down until the part which is to be the handle is as small as you wish...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
[^^ . LL ^ S ^ J LungBalsamf 7 I 1 Is composed oi the _\ ziont sotive principles of Z m * n ~ i „„ . J _ Roots and Plants , 2 Jr Z . * hich - are chemi-fc Cure U / ta . catty extracted so as Z PnilPU * ° re ^ anl aU their J 9 uUUuH medical qualities , fg WITH Its action is expec-Z _ B Al I FNQ torant , causing the 7 Hiun g lungs to throw off fc fc I linn *^ e phlegm or mu- Z jg LUllcL cus , changes the se- J Z n I cretions , purifies K 91 Q __ ITl the blood , heals the Z . L liaiOailll inflamed and irri- J Z ~ tated membrane , g ives tone to the digestive organs , and Z L imparts strength to the whole sys- J ,- • 9 tern . Such is the immediate and satisfactory effect , that it is warranted Z L to break up the most distressing J 7 cough . It contains ho opium . For B sale by all druggists . L ( j THREE SIZES . Z 9 25 c , 50 c , and $ 1 . 00 . 2
PUZZLE BOX . I [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
PUZZLE BOX . I 228 . —CHARADE . i whole two lovers straying Upon Uie pebbly beach : • What are tlie wild waves saying ? She asked iri silvery speech . They sny tis just the weather , The youth in hastereplied , For me to ask you whether Youll first my bonny bride . He last her hand a waited ; The answer came so slow ; He stood with breath abated . If she should answer , No * And she , with blush delicious , Made this demure reply , The weather is propitious-: What lovely sea and sky ! 220 .-HIDDEN FLOWERS . 1 . Bring-me the warming pan , Sylvia . 2 . Tlie master s orders came toi-dny . 3 . Tie that rope on your dog s collar . 4 . Can you spin , , Kate ? 5 . Sure , an is your head alsy now , Pat ? 6 . The thermometer stood at nearly a hundred degrees above zero several days in . July . 7 . Did you see the scow slip away ? S . The rain Is- now-, dropping fast . 0 . Shall I lace it for you ? 10 . . What did you find-In the lane , money ? - 230 . —DIAMOND . 1 . In Asia . 2 . An Implemen...
4 ¦ » Useful Little Gifts [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
4 ¦ » Useful Little Gifts A WEE bit of a girl can sew well enough to hem several cheesecloth dustcloths for mamma , or half a dozen or even a . pair of new checked linen glass towels . And even washrags make a most welcome present to most housewives . Some appropriate little motto may be worked in the corner of ; the Turkish toweling which has beeribought by the yard , cut in squares and bound or hemmed , or which comes with selvedges for hemming . An appropriate motto is Wash and wipe you dry , Wash again by-and by ; or if something shorter is desired , take Keep clean / or Cleanliness is next to godliness . - A pretty little match-holder may be made by taking a little white jar such as meat extract comes in , and pasting some pretty little pictures on it or , what is prettier paint a little scene in : water colors oh one side Then tie a baby ribbon around about a half inch from the top . If you can make a Delft pattern in blue , use a blue ribbon , or if you can paint or . paste o...
HE LOST THE SENSE OF FEELING . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
HE LOST THE SENSE OF FEELING . SpiUville , Iowa , Jan . Tth , 1896 . For three years I had suffered with severe pains In my leg , until finally I lost all sense of feeling in It . It wasso numb , that I felt no pain Whatever , when the doctors performed an operation on it and pierced the flesh with their needles . The treatment which I received Irom the physicians , some of whom were liighly spoken of In their profession , was of no benefit to me . Finally my attention was . called tb . Dr . • Peter s Blood Vitalizer arid Oleum Liniment . I commenced using these remedies arid after using five bottles of each , I had . perfect control of my limb , but not only that , I regained my former health . I had also suffered inuch with indigestion . I recommend these preparations to all sufferers . John Sobolik . Dr . . Peter s Blood Vitalizer and Oleum Liniment have puzzled many by their peculiar efficacy in the treatment of aliments , which have even baffled the skill of physicians . These ...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
\ MEN AT WORK arealwavs ACCIDENTAL HURT ( &gt; OR ON , are alWayS OR j . PLEASURE BENT subjectto some PHYSICAL STRAIN , j I OT IAPODC All isa g 0 ° d friend in such- j [ Ola JHUUDO UIL tiirifes of need ; it cures surely . j ^• fcrj Quilt Patterns . ^ S ___&lt; r ra ^ v ^ SfjSSM WG -wnnt every quilter to have ^ N I _ S ^ . N _ ly /^ £ ^ L our book of 400 . Designs , con- /® jpVN _ 2 _ , ^^ W ^ wf taining the prettiest , queerest , iWmSf ) ES ®» Bcarcest . most grotesque patterns , ^ i &amp; z AWs \ w *&amp; W &amp; from old log cabin to stars and a &amp;* Lw \ v \ J \ £ s . Puzzle designs . 7 tU revised edl- ^ y ^\ SfijrSf \ Jy *&amp; A : tion ; beautiful and unique . All / W 2 *»_ P ? * rC v 5 \ - ! sent pewpaid for ton cents . ^ I &amp; WWHa ^ LADIES AKT CO ., 303 PC % *•*« ^ Pi _ ieSt ., B 108 , St J _ ouls , Mo , *? ^; T , SI 0 to S 25 SAVED - ^ tg ± &gt;—L * M ~ = Bi ^ --in buyingdirect from factory . 80 iBt...
SHOT HIMSELF IN f HOTEL [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
SHOT HIMSELF IN f HOTEL It was this way : He had been a prosperous business man m New York . He was forty-five years old . He had been honest , hardworking and ambitious . In his anxiety to push his fortunes , he . had neglected to take care of his health , tittle by little his health broke down , until suddenly he awoke to a realization that it was utterly gone . With ill-health came inability to properly look after his business and subsequent financial troubles . He became despondent and hopeless—half insane . Then he . took it into his head that he had a right to leave this life because be had become a burden to himself and family . One night he went to an obscure New York hotel and registered under an assumed name . The next morning he was &lt; found dead with a revolver clutched in his hand . He shot , himself through the head and died instantly . ~ •¦ • -J .- ; L-r ; . - -Ayy :. y This ; is just one of a ; thousand similar stories that &gt; appear inthe . metro...
Origin of a Slang Phrase [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
Origin of a Slang Phrase Admit him , said Frederick William of Prussia . , With a lowybow the lackey withdrew . He returned presently with a man nearly eight feet . higli ;; whom the royal agents had picked up somiewhere in Ireland and secured for the king ^ s guards by the promise of a large bounty . What does be cost ? . inquired the king . Thirteen hundred pounds , your Majesty , replied the attendant . , He comes high , murmured Frederick William , gazing admiringly at the giant , but , I must have , him ! , . ., . • And the phrase passed into the current slang of the da ^ f—Chicago Tribune . ¦ — 4 « » ; — : ~ y . —The University ; of Illinois is feeding sugar beets in large quantities to cattle , sheep , and hogs in every case with the best results .
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
The Great Singing Class Book Is Straub s New Model . Delightful Method ! Charming music ! Extra size ! Low Price—60 c . Large discount . Send only 30 c . ln stamps for one sample . Full descriptions free . S . W . STRAUB &amp; CO . 6403 Monroe Ave .. Chicago . C ^ - _ - __ l ° T ™ - i ° tor Hu : , .. ftgffi * ^ fr IECH-HI ffithfullBetofatUcbtiuan . AtUptedto ¦ iiVY ^ -iir UMlf SMiwJl 8 lnorl-. awr . rgt ... Ouuumdf . t fflfSil . SK H ^« 3 ^ BR 9 IS lO yeftn . 80 DATS FREE IRIAj-. [ T ~^~;_ fi l | aV _&gt;« WS $ 22 . 00 _ Buys _ a /!* . Victor SpSSHM ] ^ nl J ___ -2 ra _ ft 5- _ ChuTchor PirlorOROATf . Qniim . . ¦ ili-Mimi-eK . ( B ^ &gt; flE 3 t « i _ for 2 Sjra . SODiysFneTrULl \; . **&gt; im ^ l ___ ows _ B __ 5 _ m Ctwl 0 « lle 9 Fre ** Addreas Dent . 740 . ] fSitSalnlr HJ | 1 |&amp; _ M VICTOR JUNCTAOTDRINU co . lHaKlpjl « V- * 205 • 297 FltUl Av » .. Chicago , UL iy _ - _ P __ % DO VOU WANT TO LIVE In a fine , mild and healthy climate , w...
No . 13 , Npt . Unlucky [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
No . 13 , Npt . Unlucky Notwithstandingthe superstition of railroad engineers the most useful , successful and satisfactory locomotive on the Baltimore &amp; Ohio svstem is No . 1313 . It is one of their tenwheel locomotives with three seventy-eight-incU drivers , built under contract by the Baldwin Company , and is not the best of the lot , but the best on the road for running record nnd for repairs . It has been constantly in service for nearly nine years , has never had an accident to itself or to any car if has hauled , has been late less times than any other engine in use bythe company and has cost almost nehring for repairs . Whole years have passed without having to send this engine to the repair , shop , although the other nine engines which were built at the same time by the same man and from the same material are laid up frequently . It is also claimed that No . 1313 is the most economical fuel burner on the road . . There is a great deal of difference among • engi...
Didn't Want to Be Kissed [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
Didnt Want to Be Kissed AVhen tlie prisoner appeared before Uie police judge in a Missouri town it was diii - ficult to say what manner of man lie was or whence he came . It was evident , though , that he was not entirely sober and-had been very much less so . In addition , he had no doubt been rolling in the gutter and had scraped his face over some pretty . rough sidewalk . All in : all , he was a dilapidated specimen ; yet there was a something about him that bore the distinctive niafrk of difference from the common herd of that courtroom . Arent you one of the famous , Rough Riders ? asked the judge after he had talked to him very plainly , watching him narrowly the mean-while . The prisoner held up his hand warningiy . Just what I say , judge , . repeated the prisoner , bending over so as to get as near as possible . Dont give it away , I thought I had concealed my identity from the public gaze . And he looked down over himself , half in pride , half iii shame . This was too mu...
TO THE LAND OF SUNSHINE . [Newspaper Article] — National Rural and Family Magazine — 29 December 1898
TO THE LAND OF SUNSHINE . Take , tflie Sunshine Koute from Chicago to Los Angeles ; San , Francisco and other , points in California ; and escape . the rigors of winter in the East nnd North ; Pullman Tourist Cars for first and . second class passengers leave Chicago every Saturday ut : 2 o clock p . m . via the : Chicago , Milwaukee &amp; . St . Paul Railway to Kansas . City , thence : to California via-. the _ _ tcWson ,:. Topel _ a and Santa &gt; Fe Kailway—a . real Sunshine Route . This is th &amp; 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 best , and most patronized through car line for mien , women and children .. Every attention paid to the needs of passengers en route . Send for a ! Sunshine -Route time-table folder . It costs nothingAddress F .: A . Miller , Assistant General Passenger Agent , Chicago . 111 .