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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1906

THE ¦ ¦ : ¦ ¦ ¦ FARMERS WIFE tr- ^ j ^ ir 0 WMfa & sp Cmts- « af

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1906

ft SENDHE M M NAME ! m I iwaiit the name of everyreaderof tftispaper , who hasn t a PIANO or an ORGAN . If you haven t a beautiful instru- v # : meht ; at-y ^ ur libme ; YOUR D UTY-is to cut out the coupon below and send it to me , and Ill tell you why . I will , BSAVJE Y 6 > U MONEY , t will sehdyou the most remarkable buying plan and offers that any man or factory EVER MAI 3 E TO YOU . I will TRUST YOU for my pay if you havent the ready cash to buy with . I will SHIP ANY IN- £ |& ftM ^ YOUR HOME and I WILL PAY THE FREIGHT CHARGES • jiQTlI \ VAYSifyou don t say it s THE FINEST INSTRUMENT that YOU EVER SAW at anywhere near my price . fJ |? soon : asiI ; getypur coupon ( write your : name plainly ) I will mail to you complete particulars of my plans and f ^^ l oiMs s aMjrny b & u ^ i . py . KBEETHIAt PUIN inyourownhomegivesyou ; to me in not one cent until you receive the- ^ R ^ R ^^^ R ^ R ^ R ^ R ^^^^^ Rmi | afT Uie ^ opportunity to try and test a...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A Belated Valentine . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1906

A Belated Valentine . Written for The Farmer s Wife BY AGNES RODNEY REED , The children had run over to Grandma s to . ask pretty young Aunt Mabel to help them make valentines . I want about a dozen , I guess , said ten-year-old Dorris , beginning to count on her fingers . Im afraid Ill forget some of em . O , I know what Ill do—Ill address the envelopes first , an ! then I won t miss any . Better not , advised Harold , from the wisdom of his two years additional experience in life . I did that last Valentine s day , and got things mixed when I put em in the envelopes , and some of em went to wrong persons . Who were the wrong persons ? inquired Dorris . 0 , Charles 1 Clarke- and Helen Davis got wrong ones—I was going to send him a comic , and I had a real pretty one picked * o ut for Helen . Boys think comics are lots of fun , but the girls get mad or else cry when they get em . Did Helen get mad ? asked Dorris . Tell us about it , suggested Aunt Mabel . No , she didnt get mad—not ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1906

If You Suffer From Germ Troubles , Please Learn WheJt Liquozone Can Do . Thousands who were sick—like you , to Liquozone after thousands of tests - -MlM Tumors-rjiceu perhaps—are well to-day because of had been made with it . Its power had Fevers-Gaff stone . Throat Troubles Liquozone . Many had doctored long , been proved , again and again , in the K ^^^ ot thetoll ° T ^ tom <) s Many were discouraged because other most difficult germ diseases . Then stomach Troubles women s Diseases treatments had failed . But they were we offered to supply the first bottle J ^ iSSS fS ^» S ^ S ^ ma v treating germ diseases with remedies free in every disease that required it . ^ $ ^ Z $£$ ^ g ^^ u ***** which do not kill germs . And over one million dollars have - ^ - « **\ a EV AA We offered to buy them a bottle of been spent to announce and fulfill JUC . DOII 16 £ r © e . ^ U 0 ? i n ? T i , i Sl l M ^ Weoffer J , 0 U - * T !}^ th j !„ c : fer > u , „ . t inftnnnA „ , H yo...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1906

238 SONGS FOR 20 CIS , This offer is made to Introduce the Woman s World . thegreatestjournalof itsklnd published . Printed in four colors . Send 20 cents silver or 22 cents in stamps today and we will send you three sample copies of Woman s World 01 different issues , each containing a new song , and -e * . XiXa of the other following 236 Songs and Song Works . 1 When Hiram Cornea to Town 60 The Parting 1191 won t be a Nun 118 Just a Railroad Engineer 2 Comrades 61 The Indian a death song 120 Tie better so 179 Dainty Daisy Day 3 Tara-raBoomdeAy 62 The Pilot 121 The Minstrel Boy 180 Doivn in Peaceful Valley 1 Wd better Bide a wee 68 The Campbells are coming 122 What light , pleasing Fancies 181 Farewell , my Anna Belle 6 The Little Fisher Haiden 6 t lis the last Rose of summer 1231 saw her in the Violet time 182 Song that I hear In my Dreams 6 Fussy Cat , where have you 65 The merrleat Girl that s out 121 Oft in the stilly night 18 . 1 My Sunburnt Babe 7 Little Annie Roonoy [ been ?...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Atavism of Pauline . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1906

The Atavism of Pauline . By Ina W, Nelson It was sunny where we sat at Sutro Heights , between the white statues of Prometheus and Femme an Serpent . At oiir left , stretched a smooth , red road . The road of love , and it leads to Paradise , I remarked . Pauline was silent . Her dreamy eyes gazed beyond the little waves lagging in toward shore , out to the bank of fog which circled the waters as if to shut us two , there in the sunshine , away from the whole world . My glance lingered on Pauline s rippling brown hair , on her straight little nose , on her mouth ; and I gave one long sigh of content . Pauline , I said , will you marry me ? No , she answered . Her tone was caressing , but it held uncompromising firmness . The fog was coming closer in . Why ? Pauline turned her gray eyes from the ocean to me . One thing thou lackest , she quoted softly . Go sell what thou hast and give to the poor . I stared blankly at her . W | as this child of luxury , this butterfly of fashion , tu...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A Sure Way io Make Money [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1906

A Sure Way io Make Money I hare been worried almost todeath by debt , and am so thankful that I am free , that I am determined to tell others how I succeeded . I believe any woman or man who will try , can do as well as [ have . Iread of a woman making S 8 a day selllngmedicated gloves , and resolved to try the business . I have succeeded bettor than she did ; I have cleared $ 121 . 70 in two weeks . You can sell gloves at nearly every house , often several pairs . Being medicated , they heal sore , cracked or chapped hands , are durable , and then so cheap , only 30 cents a pair . It is astonishing the number you can sell . Boys and girls sell as well as grown people . Is this not worth trying ? Why work for low wages , or be in want of life s comforts , when you can make $ 5 or S 10 a day if you will . You do not have to canvass . Address , The Common Sense Mfg . Co .. St . Louis ,, Mo ., Box 128 and they will start you in the glove business , either home work or canvassing , so i...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1906

IW WLE / ^ r H , M 0 H THE JUMP ^^ . laaaflaafci VKoF M C ^ ck , bang—and there is dfltf ^^ ^ NM ^ £ ftaiy |[ * M .. * ess thief n tne cabbage ^ k jll ^^^ w ^ MH | li- > patch—and something good for ^ E 2 > STEVENfJ *¦• mtti - PFIRE ARMS lJ Mjim ¦ •! M should be in every home . There is ¦ Ba n In < f no other firearm made which can mffl $ iL # offer the Stevens qualities at f 3 BB $ ^^^^ Stevens prices . Our three factories ^^^^/^^^ sfr , ^ cover loX acres and we employ over ^ KH ^ Sv 1 , 200 men . It is the largest manuW ^ factory of its kind in the world . I ^ Send two j-cent stamps to cover postage on our Free I RIFLES FflR RAYS- Catalogue—ittellsallaboutStevens shotguns , rifles . nirua run ¦>¦•¦*• pistob , ammunitioo , sights , urgeU , reboringoldbarrefe , StCVtnS-Majnanl , Jr . / | 3 and a hundred things a sportsman wants to know . Crick Shot , . . . $ 4 Don t let your dealer persuade you some other is as I irila Una » CIS good . Ins...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Wnigp J 2 ^ - ~« . ^ jrtaj , (^ ipip apif ies [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1906

Women in Rural Communities by Mrs. B. J. Livingston ^ jrtaj , (^ ipip apif ies , II . Her Social Responsibilities . Social duties sit lightly upon the average farmer s wife- She is born to hospitality as the sparks to fly upward , —and she gets more out of it than she puts into it . No woman liveth unto herself alone . In her devotion to her husband and children , she is akin to the whole animal creation ; but the spiritual and . intellectual parts of her cry for nourishment . If this is not supplied , her nature will become unbalanced and in time be a mere part of the farm machinery . Wise men and women have long tried to fortify the country places against this danger . For this reason we have had mothers clubs , literary societies ; reading circles , sewing societies , library associations , magazine clubs . These societies will all flourish for a time , especially if there are several ladies interested in the movement , who have no children to occupy their time . Generally they s...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1906

ft 7 ft PER MONTH exSe ^?/ t f 0 I %# travel , post signs , advertise and leave ________ samples . State age and present employmenc . Kuhlman Co ., Dept . F , AtlasBlock . Chieago .

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1906

¦ BPfT ^ WBTyT / . Uik JJ ^ M ¦ | 9 y iWEmt & wjKt ^ ¦ % / f . * MmmmmmkmmmBnBm ^^ j ^ r Can You Spare 100 minutes durlnir the next thirty days , it It means health tor you ? Can you afford 100 minutes of your lifetime to Insure for you now strength , now blood , new force , new energy , vigor , life and happiness ? That Is all it takes—Just one hundred minutes . Five minutes to write for It , five minutes to properly prepare it upon Its arrival , three minutes each day for thirty days to properly use ft—just one hundred minutes altorether , just one hour and forty minutes . This is all you risk-only one hundred mlnutesof your ; time . We risk all else . We risk the dollar package of V .-O ., risk the postage on it , risk the cost or this advertisement , risk our name , our reputation—everything . Cannot yon afford to spend a stamp to write for it and risk one hundred minutes to test it ? You are to be the judge . If you need health , If you are sink and suffering if vou...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WATER 3 UPPJ . Y FOR FARM " HOUSES . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1906

WATER 3 UPPJ . Y FOR FARM HOUSES . E . C . Bennett . A neighbor gave this reason for getting a windmill : My well is deep , I have a good deal of stock , and my wife is not very strong . The world is thus shown to be more considerate of women than in the olden time , for the man delegated to select the model woman to l ) e the mother of the faithful picked out the one who said , in response to a request for a drink of water , I will draw for thy camels also . But if it will be advisable to avoid this hard , straining work , and save the women , why not have the windmill front Aavss . Water Ca send the water to the hcftise which is used by the family , as well as the water to the stock yard which is used by I lie stock ? The man who is considerate of his wife will do it . The fact that he has not done it is not because it is costly or difficult , but because he has not given the matter proper consideration . The windmill is too common to need description or to recommend . It is cheap...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1906

WONDERFUL ^ tWR- EDIS 0 N Phnnntyrarsh _^ a _ R _ l-flHaa-H ^ TO o rnUnUgrapil fl | nV ^ n / want to see a thonografh Q P P P B / fiu _ a > - [ a-l ^ v * S __ IB \ if every American J / oTne . ^^^^ _ M ___ a a , ¦ ^^ Caa-i ^ alble person can get * GENUINE CDCC TDIAI ^^ EDISON PHONOGRAPH direct PHPP I HI III from us to your home without deposit , without guaranIIBII I llinfei tee from third parties , without formality of any kind . Try It In your home , play the stirring waltzes , marches , two-steps . concert pieces , minstrel dialogues , beautiful vocal solos and other beautiful Edison gold moulded records , play all these , and If then you dont care to keep the outfit send U back at our expense . We charge you nothing for the trial . But we know , that you will 0 _^^ flfl A MONTH now pays tor n genuine Edison be glad to keep his phono- _ j _ fliUU n mvmii gem phonograph , ( larger ingrapn , for you may keep it ? _ £ stallments for larger instruments . ) A nickel now by ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Sura Cure For Rupture [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1906

Sura Cure For Rupture new scientific Appliance , Always a Perfect Fit-Adjustable to Any Size Person-Easy , Comfortable , Never Slips-Costs less Than Many Common Trusses-Hade for Hen , Women or Children . I Sent it ON Approval-You Wear it-It You Are Not Satisfied , I Refund Your Money Without A Question . I have invented a rupture appliance that I can safely say , by 3 D years experience in the rupture business , la the only one that will absolutely hold the rupture and never slip and yet is cool , comfortable , conforms to every movement of the body without chafingor hurting and costs less than many ordinary trasses . I hare put the price so low that any person rich or poor , eta buy , and ! absolutely guarantee It . Jti . Britton , CarsdofBoptarsbyC . S . Brooks . 1 make it to your order—send It to yon—yon wear it and If It doesnt satisfy you send It back to me and I will refund your money without question . That is the fairest proposition ever made by a rapture specialist . The ba...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
c / % fkis ^ ouncil [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1906

c / % fkis ^ ouncil BABYS SHORT CLOTHES . At what age is it best to put a baby in short clothes ? Should I wait until warm , settled weather ? My baby is now three months old , and is really kicking his flannel petticoats to pieces with his strong little legs . A neighbor advises against short clothes until June , which will require making new long flannel petticoats . Young Mother . Put the little fellow into short clothes just as soon as you can get them made . Babies are not now kept wrapped in swaddling clothes as in our grandmothers time . We have learned that the free use of a baby s limbs contributes greatly to his comfort , health and best development . And many mothers provide very few long clothes , putting a strong healthy baby into short clothes just as soon as they can get them made , at two to three months . Be sure to provide warm long woolen stockings that should be drawn up over and pinned in with the diaper on the inside of the leg , to insure perfect covering and ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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