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A MEW YEAR FOR ONE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

A MEW YEAR FOR ONE . ( Continued from page 173 . ) both his hands to his wife . Can you forgive and—forget ? Bobby darted forward . It s father—it s my present ! he cried joyfully . You did bring it , didnt you ? And it is the one mother wanted most of all ? The man looked long and earnestly into the loviny , joyous eyes of the woman in his arms ; then he said softly : I think , Bobby , that I did . Thank God ! Mrs . Agnes Lewis , of England , has received the degree of D . 0 . in recognition of her labors in deciphering some ancient manuscripts of the Bible which were discovered in a monastery at Mount Sinai . She is a Presbyterian and is the most famous Bible scholar in the world . She possesses the degrees ofPh . D . andLL . D . The city of St ockholm , Sweden , can boast the only woman s co-operative store in the world . Shareholders , management , buyers and sellers are all women . Only two men are employed and these drive the delivery wagons . Miss Anna Wliitlock , leader of t...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

^^^ wmw ^ W ^ mWf \ - SggVENS p : Nine times out of nine youll find a ftf Stevens Firearm true to your aim . £ Sinus Singh Bawl Shotom , ¦ • Ho . lOT . $ 8 . 50 K Stennt Double Barret HamnirSholEiin , Ho . 250 , 20 . 00 i £ , ttinniDouH » BarTiiHaminirtest Ho . 350 , 25 . 00 ; If four dealt * cannot mfc 5 * fly , order direct from MS . Write for our 140-page free crtriMt , 1 Any man or boy interested in firearms will find i it full of helpful information on hunting . proper r- care of weapons , notes on sights , ammunition etc . Why not write to us to-day i Send 4 c . - • In stamps to cover postage . , . For 6 c . in stamps we will mail you our ar- * - ¦ tisticten-color lithograph . It is an attractive u bunting scene worthy of space on any wall . S > i . STEVENS ABMS ASD TOOIi 00 , f , 860 Pine Street K , . - Chleojee Falls , Mast ., V . B . A . \ . ¦ : : ¦ FREE TRIAL OFFER , a ^ AT HALF PRICE M ^ i fBBff ^ tStSXSS VISlBBkWBA *»« 1 terms and payment condi- £ ¦¦ ISBV Uom ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

RELIEF FOR ASTHMA * CATARRH AND HAY FEVER SUFFERERS NEW YOKK : —The thousands who suffer from asthma , catarrh and liny fever will hall with delight the news that a remedy has at last been found which will not only relieve the distress attendingtliese diseases , but will completely and permanently euro . The new discovery , known as permaneo , has been • marvellously successful In the most obstinate cases , and In order that permaneo may become more widely known throughout tho country , the Paris Drue Company , 147 and 148 ff . 23 rd St ., New York , Is now supplying permaneo free of charge to any ouo who writes to them for It . LADIES ! Mp ^ ggj ^ if Dr . Reed s Safe Belief fails tore- ^ ffi ?» sHeve delayed monthly periods no matter ¦ jrMXmaWk how long suppressed . It is the only m / Su ^ Ski reliable home treatment . Thousands Jt ^^ lmmW gm ^ of the most obstinate cases have been \ V K ^ Skil relieved in one day . Pilla $ 3 , fflp ^ « I ^ S Liquid $ 3 . Ladies , write for free 7 ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE FARMER'S NEW YEAR'S THOUGHTS . WRITTEN ron THE FARMER ' S WIPE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

THE FARMERS NEW YEARS THOUGHTS . WRITTEN ron THE FARMER S WIPE . ilie Ulcl Year dies us a king might go Wrapped in a shroud of the drifting snow . The New Year dawns like a prince of the blood , Welcomed by bells in a silverv flood , And I in my comfortable , easy chair , Reflect on the future without a care No interest to pay on a mortgage have I No store bills to make me look sour and wry . I balance my books with the crop every fall , And am always at home when mv creditors call . There splentyto eat from my flock s and myherds , My orchards and gardens and chickens and curds . There s plenty ol butter and eggs to be sold . And fleeces and hides to be turned into gold . And tho 1 my dominion s a quarter of soil , Measured by balancing pleasure and toil , I m richer to day with my blessings of home , 1 Iian the man who possesses an empire and throne . My house is not large , but its cleanly and neat , For genuine cooking my wifes hard to beat . My daughter s at college , my son s ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
MRS . MILLER MAKES A FORTUNE [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

MRS . MILLER MAKES A FORTUNE Says She will Now Give Away $ io , ooo Worth of Medicine to Women . ¦ Until a few years ago Mrs . Cora B . Miller lived in a manner similar to that of thousands of other very poor women of the average small town and village . She now resides . in her own palatial browu-atone residence , and is considered one of the most successful business womenin the United States . Several years ago Mrs . Miller learned of a mild and simple preparation that would readily cure female diseases and piles . -After curing herself and many of her friends she was besieged by so many women needing the treatment that she decided to furnish it to those who might call for it . She started with only a few dollars capital and the remedy , possessing true and wonderful merit , producing marvelous cures when doctors and other remedies failed , -the demand grew so rapidly she was several times compelled to seek larger quarters . She now occupies one ¦ of the city s largest office buil...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A NEW YEAR'S WISH . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

A NEW YEARS WISH . God keep thee , dear , through nil the years , Through alt the joys , the sorrows , tears Of life—its commonplaces , too , Good keep thee sweet , and brave , and true , Amid the doubts and fears that rise In every life—the mysteries , Things that are hard to understand , The ruovings of a mystic hand , God keep thy reason sound and sure , Thy mind alert , thy heart still pure . Gou keep thee always—this I pray For thee , upon this New Year s Da v . —B . McM . Bell . He writes humorous poetry , doesnt be ?* . Not intentionally . —Cleveland Leader . Whats this peculiar instrument ? ! inquired the visitor . That , . replied the manufacturer , is a table knife . We ve just filled a large order for a Chicago firm . But whats the idea in the raised rim all around the blade ? Thats to keep peas and tilings from rolling off . !—Philadelphia Ledger . Boss . — See here ! Every time you see a G you call it a 2 . What s the matter with you—near sighted ? Stenographer . — No ,...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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. THE VALUE OF A DOLLAR . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

. THE VALUE OF A DOLLAR . There are three ways to learn the value of a dollar : The first is to spend it , and see what you get for it . The second is to earn it , and see what you give for it . The third is to save it and yearn for all the things it might buy if you were weak enough to spend 1 it .

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

Dont Wear a Truss t Brooks Appliance Is a new sciontillc discovery with auto . niatic air cushions that dram tho broken parts together and binds thorn as you would a brokon limb . It absolntely holds firmly and comfortably and nover slips , always light and cool and conforms to evory movomentof tho body without « baRng or harting . I make it to your measure and sond it to you on a strict guarantee of satisfaction or money rotunded and I have put my price so towthatan . yliody . riclior poor , can buy it . Remember I make It to your order—sond Ittoyou —you wear it—and IE Ik doesnt satisfy you , you Bend It back to mo and I will rotund your money . Tho banks or any responsible citizen in Marshall will tell you that is the nay I do business—always absolutely on tho square and I am selling thou * sands of people this way for tho past flvo years . Remember I ass no salves , no harness , no lios , no fakes , I Just gtooyon a straight business deal nt a reasonable price . € .. £ . Brooks ,...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

Make Your Money EARN MONEY Fortunes are being made by those who know how , wnen and where to invest . It Is our business to know a good Investment . Those who have followed our advice have made money . Last May we advised the purchased ot Mohawk Mining Stock at 50 c . It has sold since atS 19 . 50 . An investment then ot S 500 ID 1 . 000 shares made a profit or $ 19 . i > 00 or 3 , 800 per cent in 6 months . At one time Mohawk sold at 10 c . We recommended Silver Pick when It was selling at 27 cents . It sold later at $ 2 . 15 . Another stock wo recommended advanced 100 per cent in less than 30 days . Wc now recommend Nevada Star at 10 c . Buy It . and buy all you can afford to carry . We have carefully investigated this and we do not believe that you will ever have a better chance to make a large fortune from a small beginning than right now in the stock ol the Nevada Star Mining Co , M 10 Gents Per Share . Par Value $ 1 . 00 , fully paid and non-assessable Nevada is con...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
mm 0 * $ * $$ >••''*• ' " * r - ' " . '' . ' .. "' ¦ . '" ' <» f % T & [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

mm 0 * $ * $$ &amp;gt;••*• * r - . . .. ¦ . &amp;lt;» f % T &amp;amp; ,:, ;\ ... ; , ^ ; : ,. RUGS .-, ; : It is a far step from the . olden days wlien our early Saxon forefathers dwelt in huts with earth floors , occasionally spread • with straw , down to modern tmies van A homes with elegant Boors of marble aiid hardwood laid with costly aiul- beautiful rugs . ¦ If we-had time to begin at even-a more recent period of history &amp;gt;&amp;gt; nd study the floor coverings since , the-days of puncheon floors and sanded floors used during the colonial period of our history , we should fuid 1 it an v &amp;lt; absorbIiujstory beginning , with the home-made rag rug or carpet over the wooden floor , and leading through the era of thick padded carpets , ingrain or velvet ; as Suited various purses ; then through-the still more costly -rugs to save wear -on the costly carpets , making a floor covering that would drown every football , and afford comfortable quarters ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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JmteH Veitfitre * [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

JmteH Veitfitre * 1 hate it , I hate it ! cried June , throwing down her embroidery defiantly . Her aunt looked over her glasses in stern disfavor . What is this , Janet ? Do you dare to say to my face you hate the work I seleot for you ? Here I have given you- a good home since you were a baby and how you rebel against a little fancy work . I want something different to . do , burst in the girl , house work ; or something out of doprs , away from this everlasting , needle . She knew- this would horrify her aunt and it did . But she was not expecting what followed . Her aunt rose and looked , at her haughtily . fi J . did not ever suppose a niece of mine would wish to demean herself to do a servant s work , the last scornfully . . But you are different , you are not what I expected . Now for a year I forbid your entering my house , go and degrade yourself if you like by any low work you can find . In a year you may come back , if you wish , a more humble girl , I trust . Now , go , ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

Cancer Owed No Knife , No Pain r « ple I hare cured ot cancer proTe the astonltbing rjiolti ol mytreatment . Peter foegan , Galealrarg , 111 ., wHtoi : It 1 . onlr » aueltlono ^ tlme-IInuItdlo . • Doetora aald no hope . Mr new method ma need and to ^ ar Mr . Keagan a cancer ol tin throat ieliealed .-andheleweU . Ike ™ made wonderful CUMI without pain , operation ! , »« ckr behni , oll « or flatten . Mr treatment la clean and wlolMOme . It jlvea inrtant relief from the IUHUIII , ItohlnMnd terrible burning palni dettrora the ofenilYo odor and hai eared cam given up by tie family phyalelan and apeclaUiti . If you hero cancer or hate a friend who has cancer , write mo today . Full Information .. piwfiand ad &amp;lt; rlce siren withoutchaw . Addr . ii DB . BUPEWT WELLS , 81 B « Badol Bldf ., St , Lasts , Missouri AMMffiapf ^ SSi PJBB ^ BBS Ism • fiMsBlaM ^^^^ TO ¦ G ^^ , ^ TEnl ^ ssVs ¦»*• , ™ ^ prove they are WSBW A WBS . healthy and vigorous well W ^ M * W - send your Trees 3 yrs ....

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
v , ¦; £ v ; v 7 * . - • z # w ; [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

v , ¦; £ v \; v 7 * . - • z # w ; SUGGESTIONS . Canada balsam used on a burn will stop the pain promptly . , ¦ ¦ A sensation of fatigue is natures warning that we need rest , A gargle of peroxide of hydrogen , one part to four of water niakes a most efficacious remedy in all cases of sore throat . , An ulcer in . the ear is often cured by using cranberry juice on cotton , after the usual medicinal , remedies have failed . Walnuts are considered a specific in cases of gout or chronic rheumatism . Eat at least a dozen daily , and the swelling and pain will decrease ; A cup of hot water taken half an hour before breakfast removes the accumulation of mucus on the walls of the stomach , and prepares it for digesting the meal . If you have , not time to eat a meal at the proper time take a glass of milk and wait until you can eat deliberately . Eveiy bolted meal means distress by and by . New bread , coffee , tea and rich foods work havoc with the complexion . A good skin is the outward a...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

Si 95- 55 Stylish BlacK *\ Jill * Dress Suit and V fry Extra Trousers ¦ ¦¦ jir-i ^ LA * -n J Tn oiore widely introduce our jfflffiw JwX ^ wonderful values Jn clothing , W &amp;amp; NEi U \ . vflMsk . gfi . 95 lH all we ask for this fine J ^™ FuST / W «^ ( l uallt J r Dlacl £ wool Thibet £ &amp;amp; rm WI dftX fl 8 Ult ^ M a 8 Pec &amp;amp; 1 P 8 * JG * M R \ I / aLjSfS ml ] im and advertisement , mrr ^ m ^ n \ I Ikvfmm we will give free with each El ScxM &amp;amp;\ l / m -fifl BUlt at M ^ f * pair of hand * I ^^ MAV &amp;amp; AlmSLtM m Bom 0 . ftncy striped dress Wr W &amp;amp; ffi jMWmB &amp;amp; M Tno 8 u fc lB made from ver 7 l » m fffHRw -jlflnegradeblackwoolThlbet . I faitjm * . I ttrnWhim » Ann , heavy , fast colored • AypW * MiWFyLw o « fabric , wlthaperfectweave firms t t / l ^ 5 JBMa \ y \ -. aid a handBome , Ji M \ ^ iJeSS &amp;amp; l v- *^ 1 ^ , smooth , deep black / ft ) -H-lA jSsj ^ -A P *^ finish . The suit Is *^ lm wAVJj BM •»• — made u...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

. ¦¦ . ¦¦¦ jh . Bond us ypur name and address , and we I RnlKX -vill scad jon a set of fancy Shirt Waist LHUIba pin , FREE . . . W « 8 TBB » 8 UPPLI CO ., Box IMC , Boek Iiland , Ul . VETERINARY . COURSE AT HOME . 11911 ( 1 yeat and upwards can be made taking our Veterinary f ItUU Course at home during spare time ( taught In simplest English ; Diploma granted , positions obtained foisucceisful sradents ; cost within reach of all ; satlsfcetlon guaranteed j parHcu . larsfree . ONTARIO VETERINARY CORHESPOMDEIVCE SCHOOL , Dcpt . * 0 , London , Cauda * ngBFREE Bill Itli 11 HHIHHH ¦ niHtwi at it UUtmWwSKKMBm GOLD * mjm lYIOUNTED ^ H Back Combs ™ DAINTY — STYLISH — RICH ^^^ H An Exclusive Pattern , Beautiful lortoise Shell ^ H Coloring , Handsomely Mounted with Gold V Fret Work Trimmings . Tills beautiful highly polished bach comb Is made of excellent material and Is of superior workmanship . The long flexible teeth are are so bent as to conform perfectly and comfortably to the head and I...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Fmcy WmJL 7 > m [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907

Fmcy WmJL 7 &amp;gt; m Any of the ieijgft . rbelo &amp;amp; mt ^ l ^ Chreitfi ^ J ^ p ^ y j ^ ess MtoMEWS-WlF &amp;amp; tf ; : ^ mionMl ^ KSt . ^ aal ^ -MInn This set ¦ ¦ ef . thiree handkerchiefs , are exceptionally pretty . thougA _ the patterns are . very simple . , ., . .. 1 ,. x ..,-v ..-. Np . 189 . Set of thfee handkerchiefs , Stamped on Linon- Lawn . Set of three , 25 cents . Material to complete , extra . - The edge may be worked either in Colors or in white . The forget-me-nots are worked in light bhie in the Kensing- . ton-stitch . The leaves are worked in the ¦ slanting satin stitch , using a silvery green to , outline the stems . The designs in the otrjer two handkerchiefs are worked in the slanting satin : stitch . , These are very pretty . worked in delicate colors .. No . 187 . Ladles or Girls Apron . On Unon Lawn , 5 cents . Material extra to ; oiriplete ,:, 20 cents .- . ; This apron is a very neat design and me-that is easily-worked : It-may beJone , e...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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