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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

WKM mzMMMm ^ r ^ :::.:. ; : ~ ::. ? . WITIMUJT DWUNG YO * R STOMACH ,.-f—rr- ^ - ; - - ¦ - iS-H ^ iiE ^ - _ - ¦ _ •• ¦ - .-.-. ¦¦ ¦¦¦ . .. ¦ . ] . ¦¦ - - • ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ - . ¦ :, -. ¦ • - ¦ . „ . . , ., ... „ .,, ., , , . ; ,..-, ¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦ . ¦ _ . _ I . . . , . ¦ . , . . We deal direct with the sufferer , direct from our laboratory to you . We have the latest Nebulizer and the most perfect treatment mailed on ten days approval . Do not neglect Catarrh . It is very dangerous . Delay will decrease the possibility of a cure and increase the complications . Death , Ruin and Destruction follow neglected Catarrh . ? H .- NiiMy > tfa . fij | TADDil ClalCCCDCDC ; - ; , They are acting , as store = hou ^ s and distributing st ations of germ life that breed diseases || n | Mlllf II vUriCilEillv ¦ - iangingi frbm iiibipient catarrh to quick consumption . Air isthe agency that brings these : ^ gl ^ intpiHeairpassages r and it niust te the agericy : to , remove them , rr C :. : /^ - aiinS ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

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Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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^ ili ^ i ^^ Oimsewes [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

^ ili ^ i ^^ Oimsewes Several thousands of new friends -will receive this Issue of The Farmer s Wife for the first time . To-these we extend a cordial welcome and feel sure that they willthoroughly e njpy the feast of good things we have in store for our readers the . coming year . And to the thousands of old friends who sent in their renewals during December we give our heartiest thanks . These are even more encouraging than the new , sub-, scrlptions because they show that friends who have known us for . a year or : moje appreciate the kind of a magazine we have given them and wish to continue to receive it . . /¦¦ This will undoubtedly be a banner year for The-Farmer s Wife ; subscriptions are coming in faster than we had even dared to dream . The only reason is because we are trying to make The Farmer s Wife a magazine of practical every-day value to every American home and we have put the subscription price at twenty-five cents which you will admit is very lowv for such a desir...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

00 YOU WANT THIS ELEGANT SET Quadrupuled Silver Plated GOLD LINED SUGAR BOWL and ( UK ? CREAM PITCHER ™™ I Size of Sugar Bowl , SH inches wide , handle to handle , cup VA Inches wide Slze . of Cream Pitcher , 5 inches wide including handle and mouthpiece . Oup 3 In . wide . These beautiful pieces of Silverware are exactly as represented in the illustrations , only larger * They have a quadruple plate of Sterling Silver , the heaviest put upon any silver plated ware , on a hard solid white-metal base . They are satin finished and genuine gold lined . They are guaranteed to wear perfectly for ten years and will make a beautiful and useful adornment for any table . Every woman reader will be proud to own this beautiful set and will tell her friends that they were given her by the publishers of The Farmer s Wife . Thus we will get a whole lot of complimentary advertising in your community which will repay us for giving away these valuable presents . OUR LIBERAL OFFER -Send two subscript...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

WEATHER F 0 RECA 8 T 8 I FOR EVERY DAY IN 1907 . _ A COPY OF THE REV . IRL R . HICKS FAMOUS ALMANAC for READERS of THE FARMERS WIFE STORM PERIODS FORETOLD-EARTHQUAKES PREDICTED- ~ TORNADO WARNINGS-WET and DRY SPELLS PROPHESIED . DAY BY DAY , MONTH BY MONTH , THROUGHOUT THE YEAR . To be Forewarned is to be Forearmed - ¦ . The Rev . Irl R . Hicks Almanac now has an international repu- i . tion . For over 13 years all storms , blizzards , droughts , tornadoes , J floods and great extremes of temperature have been foretold by Prof . 1Hicks , and close observers declare that more than 95 per cent of j his predictions have been verified . The chief feature of this great work are the Meteorological Forecasts for 1907 . The success or j failure of nearly everything we do depends upon weather conditions . \ If we can know weeks ahead what sort of weather we may expect , \< we can plan our farm work , planting and harvesting and so many S other things in such a way as to get the be...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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l & l ' " : ¦ ' ' : . / ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

l & l : ¦ : . / ^ : ^ tHk ^ r ^ Lr ^ % ~ 4 r J 3 y ^ m ^^ M ^ a ^ kff . Swee / ^^^^^ m & ^^ Swee / y CHAPTER I . ; A PARTY QF TWO .. For , the first time during his stay at the hotel there was contentment — nay , triumph—in Spencer Grant s eyes . For had he not , after seven days of conciliation and . manoeuvring , separated Josephine Whilden from the meshes of her mother s surveillance ? Thus far they had only been together in the presence of others , and even now his fore-planning was leaving her mother in the illusion that they were to be . two of a . party of twenty or more which was going up the lake in a sailboat . He had begged of Josephine the acceptance of a line which he declared was • peculiarly adapted to catching lake fish : but had so delayed the procuring of it that when they left the rotunda the rest of the party were upon the dock . Then he had engaged . her attention with the merits or the line while going down the hotel avenue , and had adr...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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MAKE THIS A DAY [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

MAKE THIS A DAY Make this a day . There is no gain • In broodins over days to come ; . The messags ol today is plain , The future s lips are ever dumb . . The work of yesterday is gone— , , • For good or ill , let come what may ; But now we face another dawn . Make this a day . Though yesterday we failed to see The urging hand and earnest face That men call . Opportunity , We failed to know the time or place . For some great deed , what ne ; d to fret ? The dawn comes up a silvery gray , Tho golden momentsmust be met , Make this a day . This day is yours ; yonr work is yours ; The odds are not who pays your hire , The thing accomplished—that endures ,- If it- be what the days require . . He who takes up his daily round , As one new armored for the fray , Tomorrow steps on solid ground , Make this a day . —The Talisman

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

» W BREAKFAST SET FREE own THIS BEAUTIFUL BLUE W |^» W BreaWa ^ y great expense , and giving them away FHEE merely to advertise e BLUE WUXOW pattern , and will give better wear and satisV ™ W PATTERN pictures . Address » >• atlJi ^ 11 . . • J I WtlUnrOl * KM A I nll ^ SlllA I ajaWVcl DlUUet WUWIIIV S f AFFF I BI J V J LUl Lftpijl JK | \ Se * gWSmWZ ^^ Sm I ffiffl ^ raHM « HHj | I Wm @ m ^ S 3 £ ESm 1 . ^ you will only have to give fl A __ J | * T _ Uf / x «« n , « T ^ ^^ ^^ BlrWBi \ \ ist send us your name and \ P | lf 1 V || | l ||| 1 | PV T 3 mWj & £ ! fi % gW VI ra h Pic ? ures a sLe P ( | oJfo • J ^ « * ¦ *¦* J TOffifllfflr H : is the greatest ever made by any concern . We wt „ , K 0 SS „ , „ , „ , ohlcago . ni . If * NTEE every statement we make . Your Break- pearsir-l received your Blue wmow Ware U Breakfast Set , and ^ H ta Mr 0 » 1 I 1 JjiJl a i j « 1 e ^ J ; W I shall always lecommeM you ror ^ MinMi ,. ¦ promptness , and generosity . Sincerely yours ,...

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^ ^*^ S ^^^^^^ [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

^ ^*^ S ^^^^^^ BvllletyorJLFiQrter ^ HL * ^ yJ ^ e ^ fS ^^^ It was on Christmas day that the big sleigh had broken down not twenty yards from the farm house ,. thus throwing Mr . . and Mrs . Wescott and two children upon the hospitality of the Harlow s . , . ¦¦¦ ; . -- . Seth Hirlow , the eldest-son , was away ¦ for the day with , the only horee and sleigh that the family owned : more over it was snowing hard , arid the roads were already badl y drifted . There seemed to he no possibility of the Wescotts tgping farther that night . , ; , 5 Then well just have to spend our Christmas , here , Mrs . Wescott .: had ijfid merrily , when she was told . . how ¦ matters stood . We certainly cant . reach my _ brother s tonight , so well just bring in our presents and celebrate | with you—that is , if youll let us , she ! added , smiling straight into the startled eyes of Mrs . Harlow . Certairily—of course—wed be very glad , Im sure , Mrs . Harlow had . murmured hurriedly , wondering all the...

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Ca r *) in 4 a * i d Sern ) in 6 Me a t * [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

Ca r *) in 4 a * i d Sern ) in 6 Me a t * To carve and serve meats is usually the duty of the host , but as there are hosts who are lacking in skill it is well for housewives to understand the art so that the carving can be neatly done in the kitchen when necessary . Some knowledge of the anatomy of the animal from which a roast or other piece of meat k taken , is necessary , before one can expect or hope to become a good carver . Carving like most other tilings cannot be successfully taught by demonstration . People learn to do by doing . An expert carver knows the direction of . the ^ various bundles ., of muscles , the-exact location of joints , where he may expect to find tough tendons , streaks or veins of fat , etc . No . 1 . - Farm boys have opportunity to learn these things when cutting large pieces of meat , such as sides of pork , mutton , and beef , into pieces of proper size for cooking . Almost any girl has opportunity to learn the location of-joints , tendons , etc ! ,...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

My Book About Curing DEAFNESS an EYE DISEASES AT H OIVI E listeda » w aracts of the eyes , Granulated HdB , Sore eyes , Pterygiums , Films . Wild-Hairs , Eye Strains or any weakness or disease of the eye , ear , hose or throat . This book gives the causes and symptoms ot each disease . It tells you not only how to cure these diseases , but how to prevent blindness una deafness . I wtnt to pi we one of theie books in every home in the United Stem . Write me a letter or a postal card and tell me your disease and you will receive this grand book and my opinion free of charge , and learn how people from every state in the United States are restoring their sight and hearing at borne by this new method . I want no money for this neither does it place you under any obligations to me whatever . I simply desire to show and prove to you how easy it is to get perfect sight and hearing by my method . Write to me today . Address OR . W . O . COFFEE 166 Century Bldgf ., Dei Moinel , lows FREE ! V...

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The * Re * sult of a Telegram [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

The * Re * sult of a Telegram By Maude R . annon . Oh ! . Mrs . Brown , do prove youiself a friend in need , exclaimed young Mrs . Elton , entering her neighbors kitchen about ten o clock , one bright summer morning , ¦ Here , read this holding out a yellow paper , the like of which has struck terror to many a feminine heart . No bad news , I hope , said Mrs . Brown . Oh , no , only I am at sea as to the fiod dinner required , laughed Mrs . lton . You know Tom says Have good dinner . The telegram read , Mother and Dolly till evening train . Have good dinner . Tom . Now , possibly , if I had time to go over my cooking school notes , and then had a good market , and plenty of time for preparation , I might evolve a suitable dinner , but— the pause was expressive . Mrs . Brown smiled . What would be Tom s idea of a good dinner , an elaborate one ? Oh ,- ncH-three or four courses , well cooked and served . Tom and I have abolished cooking school menus , as being too expensive . I do not...

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SECURE A SUPPLY OF ICE [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

SECURE A SUPPLY OF ICE The farmer s family who enjoys the luxury of an ice suppl y for one season will never again be without it . Ice is needed to keep milk , cream , butter , and fresh meat , vegetables and fruits in good condition for market use , and an ice house is not expensive , one of moderate size costing less than S 50 . 00 . Ice to use for cooling purposes may be stored in any unused building or shed , by simply laying down a few planks far enough apart to permit water to drip through them and providing for its running off . On these build up the blocks of ice in a solid mass , pack bay or straw between it and the sides and roof of building , to a thickness of about two and one-half feet , and while the waste will be considerable enough can be so stored to last through the summer by being careful to cover the opening we ll again when a portion is removed for use . As the ice must be cut and stored when there is little work to be done on the farm , there seems really no re...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

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THE MORNING OF THE YEAR . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

THE MORNING OF THE YEAR . :. : ; the • btf ^^ tcr ; ni & eretatfu ; : thB ; my 6 fem 6 uB ; K ^^ ers , ;^ , ^ 9 ti , y ^ pf : ; tlie Most , High . ift : ¦ dffltih ^ to £ inim ort ^ . ? - L :. . ¦ . ? Qrww 4 . JSHhe : : ^ ojrtf : wje- brir & . tp • you , friends ; in the- morning of the New : IYefjj ! ,: ¦ - . ¦ % ^ \\ : U : ( if ! : : y-. .- ¦ > . / - ; . ; . ; ; li ^ itvbw . ^ s ^ tfij ^ i ^ iieu for . any : . v : ari < i its every new day brihe new thoui » Kt 8 > / iiew irriderstanding : of ; life s problems , and so ^ evr hopes arid new 1 joys . . ! . ¦ . -The echoes of the Christmas chimes still linger in the ear when the joyous New Year bells , ring out the old , nag in the new : , : and we realize , that the world has rolled past another mile-stone of this grand century , which , though still so ypAing , has been so prolific of achievement . God has not forgotten the world . Still doth His inspirat / on guide great minds...

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