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TO WOMEN WHO DREAD MOTHERHOOD [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
TO WOMEN WHO DREAD MOTHERHOOD information How They May Give Birth to Happy , Healthy Children Absolutely £ Without Pain-Sent Free . &amp; No woman need any longer dread the pains of childbirth ; or remain childless . Dr . J . H . Dye has devoted hlBllfe . to relieving the sorrows ot women . He has proved that all pain at child-birth mav be entirely banished , and he win gladly tell yoa how it may be done absolutely free of charge . Send your nameand address to Dr . J . H . Dye . 2 M- Lewis Block . Buffalo , N . Y ., and ho will send you postpaid , his wonderful book which tells how to give birth to happy , healthy children , absolutely without pain ; also how to cure sterility . Do not delay but write to-day .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
M | faji I have cured cases of 20 years standNil •• ing . Trial package frco by mnll . IB ta * I ) r . 8 . TERHY , 1 &gt; SM . r-ark Bta ., Callage , III . We have beep trying for some , time to secure an exceptional set of silver teaspoons that we could offer our readers with a practically unlimited guarantee . We now have been successful because we have secured from the famous Oneida Community five thousand sets of their beautiful . Wild Rose teaspoons which they will guarantee absolutely for ten years , and back-of which stands their well-earn-ed reputation upheld by government tests which show that they put a heavier plating of silver on their ware than does any other manufacturer In the country . Therefore we are very glad to callyour attention to , our remarkable offer on this page of this Issue .
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
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Tlaru and Planning [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
Tlaru and Planning . - . FOKr A SMALL , HOME By John Upton . SECOND PAPER . • To attempt-to furnish a house plan for spine one else . to build from might be considered a thankless task , if not an impossible one . 1 shall try to help you to your own planning . A Few General . Hints . Remember the more nearly square the house is , the more convenient it will be , hot only to build , but to add to in after years . What most of us are looking for is a plan which can be changed so as to suit our own individual needs . Let . us begin with an oblong large enough so that onehalf will make a good sized living-room and the other half provide for one or-two rooms to be used as Jotchen aiid dining room . On the second-floor there will be two large bed-rooms . and plenty of space for closets . Later a wing can be- added at the side which will provide for a kitchen and dining room , either separate ; or : combined . Another room may be added , at the . rear of the main building , - also-one at t...
Wonjep ¦ jx ^ yr " . ^ x ^ fy xpv ^ aifiiias [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
Wonjep ¦ jx ^ yr . ^ x ^ fy xpv ^ aifiiias THlEIR SUCCESS WITH BEES . THIRD PAPER . Did anyone ever make a success of a business , without beginning at the A . B . C . ofit ? A gentleman attended a Farmers Institute . There he heard that the annual output of the silver mines did not equal the yearly income froni the American hen . He went home in deep thought—read farm and poultry papers , studied plans for a hen house and made up his mind he would have a share in that wealth . He owned a house and several lots in the suburbs of a thriving town . Here he put up a poultry house and yards at the expense of a thousand dollars . This man never had set a hen , or cared for a brood of chicks in his life—of course he failed . This is not talking of bees , but it illustrates the point—the danger of zeal without knowledge . But in defense of Biddy , I must tell you of a puny boy , the son of a farmer . Like many another delicate boy he had much to bear from his father who called him sissy an...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
afw w \ r ** TT J * v Slavesof E 1 Tobacco / WE OLADLY SEND mfihmWvNp ^ ffffffl ir ^ Free Treatment to All Wm ^ WPH | FREE , FREE FOR THE ASKING . ¦ ^ Wr T ^ 22 j I have sent this good news and Free Treatment to thousands , and V n y * z * isALOoNy 5 *^ - ft . • fS . * a few of myriads I have helped . Ibelieve any of ( hemi will £ V fCJgjfc Si snTrrasSrtl . aaasff verify me in words of joy and praise . If stamped envelope Is sent : jr * sjTwWt II BP iPt 2 fia * B , V WANTS OTHERS TO KNOW HOW EASY IT IS TO CURE . I \ ¦ fcLJ « afe ^ l VmW Dear Madam : I am so triad that I can give you a testimonial for 7 B ^^ BC ^ WUKlk nPBV your remedy , the tobacco habit cure . I . will be glad to tell all ( JfimmW &amp; Zt UrTfil \\ JSrf others about It . My husband now says . It Is the ONLY CURE . *^ A AWeHmW . Ml AT KlWt we are both so thankful , etc . etc . Mrs . R . L . Finch , Qardena , Calif . Kf JaW r ?| Wl-Ji Mlm . \ „ ^ ¦ fCANNOT SMOKE A CIOAR . ¦ ll Wft ¦ !!*• mVEJL Dear Friend : ...
W ^ Rpi •^ ! [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
W ^ Rpi •^ ! BY EDITH Nils RAYMOND . BY EDITH &gt; lr RAYMOND . THE KNIGHT ON THE WALL . F . H . Sweet . The sun , coming round the , corner of the house and glancing in the window , found Tom Ranlett still in bed . But he was awake , and had been awake for hours brooding—or rather repenting , to be exact . And yet Tom Ranlett was captain of the Cherry Street Grammar School ball team , and a . star in the school debating club . The house was quiet now , oppressively quiet . He had heard the milkman rattle down , the street and found the back alley , the newsboy run whistling up the Bteps with the morning paper ; the rising bell and then , the breakfast bell , followed soon after by Jane s coaxing voice calling him to breakfast ; but he had continued silent , motionless , staring grimly at the ceiling with tightly closed fips -and unseeing eyes . At length he heard firm steps leave the dining-room , and pass through the hall . That was Ins father starting to . business ; and ...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
ftnWiMMl . 1 W ^ ALL I t Genuine |\ ORGAN ^ Jk \ % Play It 80 Days FREE . II You Dont Find It All MllM &amp; mmmWmml ^ ? ¦ We Claim , Send It Back at Our Expense and aM &amp;^ H ^ HHi ^ H f • You can how get a Genuine Kimball Organ dlreot ¦ n ^ HHfHnfl 9 Rl r from the great Kimball factory at LOWEST MANU- H |^ HH M | ^ H 9 FACTURER 8 PRICES on payments as low as $ 2 . SO Q ^^^^^ BUKflH J your simple request brings you by return mail , ^ ¦¦¦¦ M ^ ^ ^ SiH UaaaaaT j * paying for the organ . Could we make you a * ^ •¦*¦ ^ - % - * &lt; : zr t ^ ^ ^^~ ¦ more generous offer ? ,,.. „« ¦ • * But we do not stop even here . We do not say to you that we guarantee Kimball Organs 1 for five \ eare or for twenty or a hundred . But what we do say is—byflealing direct wtthus you j know where to find us . We are right here always . If anything goes wrong with a Kimball * Organ through fault of ours , anywhere , at any time , we stand ready to satisfy you . . The Great Kimball ...
CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
CONTEST DEAJt YOUNO FOLKS : — Iwish you all a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year . You have all been so prompt with your letters , and written so well , that I must congratulate you on going beyond our expectations in responding to the picture of the two faces . Confidentially , I must tell yon , that we had some long consultations as . to whether you would see in the ( aces what we wanted to bring out . But I think you all understood that it was the lack of will power in the one that made his good resolutions of no avail , quite as much as his circumstances , while in the other there showed an ability to carry out any resolution he made . The story on this page will tell you of one brave boy . It reminds me . of tlie story of King Arthur s brave knights in the days of old . Did you ever read Tennyson s poem of King Arthur and nis Round Table ? Perhaps some of our boys belong to a Round Table , if you do , will you write us about it ? We will all be glad to hear how it is carried ...
FEBRUARY CONTEST [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
FEBRUARY CONTEST What trait in the character of George Washing do you most admire , and wiiat story of the Revolutionary War in whicli he figured , do you enjoy best ? This contest is for young folks over fourteen years old . Tell us in a paper of not over 250 words . Which Study Do You Like Best ? And Why . This contest is for all young folks under fourteen . Write a paper of about 250 words . Thero will be two sets of prizes . First prize , a handsome seal hat pin for girls , a nickel plated watch for boys . Second prize , school dictionary or a knife . Third prize , a string of beads or a handsome book . Fourth prize , twenty-five cents . Consolation prizes will be given for tho next six best papers . Rules : Contestants must be members of a family subscribing to this paper . Sign your full name , it will not be used if you do not wish it to appear . Articles must be written on one side of the paper only , and must reach us not later than December 10 th . Let all the young folks ...
I LOVE WINTER [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
I LOVE WINTER First Prize . Of the two seasons , I love winter best . Then tho busy farmers have their rushing work all done , and when the lovely white snow comes down and the old earth wears her white dress , how many nice sleigh rides they give their families . Our papa often hitches up Mollie and Prince on the bob sleds in the evening and takes mamma and nil of us children out for a ride and what a line time we do have . We go to some neighbors and play games and sing songs and have jollv times . Other pleasant evenings arc spent at home when the neighbors and their children come in . And then tho nice long evenings to read . I think I can learn more in one week in winter than I can in a month in summer . 1 think a walk on a clear frosty morning gives one a clear brain to learn with . I never missed a day or was tardy during the five months winter term last year . And then , the skating and sliding . I cant skate , but I enjoy seeing tiie others . I can slide , though , and have...
I LIKE SUMMER [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
I LIKE SUMMER Third Prize . Summer is my favorite season and for a great many reasons which I am going to tell you about . First , because my birthday is in August , and I always have a most excellent time with my friends , as I have a party , all out of doors . I always have time after my work is done to do as I wish , so I write stories for my scrap book , under the trees , and almost everywhere . I pick wild flowers , watch the birds and insects and gather specimens of plant and insect life for winter study . When papa is short of help I go with him to the fields and help him in the hay , and get a ride home on a big load . I cRn drive the horses then and I like that . I like to pick berries to put away for winter , and I help mamma do that , too . I do not have to worry over school lessons as I have a four months vacation every year from school , and sometimes I go to visit my married brothers and sisters who live in the city . On baking days , mamma lets me watch her bake and t...
PRIZE WINNERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
PRIZE WINNERS Story of the two faces : First prize : —Mabel Keyes , Minn ,, seal hat pin ; second prize , Portia , Minn ., dictionary or knife ; third prize , Henry Hansen , Wis ., handsome book ; fourth prize , G . A . G ., Minn ., twenty-five cents . Consolation Prizes : —Young Subscriber , Can ., Pocahontas , Minn ., Baby Hippo , Minn ., Carrie Nielson , Minn ., Gay , Pa ., Mabel Swanson , Wis . Honor Roll : —Raymond J . Cullen , Wis ., Frances M . Hansen , Ind ., Irving F . Dean , Wis ., Elizabeth Lindsey , Ohio ., Rosebud , Wis ., Edith M . Morgan ! Ind ., P . ig John , Minn ., Joshua Bunch , Ind .
PRIZE WINNERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
PRIZE WINNERS Summer or Winter : First prize : —Anna De Marse , age 12 , Minn ., seal hat pin ; second prize ., Harry Hansen , age 12 , Ind ., knife ; third prize , Florence Hansen , age 12 , Ind ., beads or book ; fourth prize , Lorraine L . Brown , age 10 , Minn ., twenty-five cents . Consolation Prizes : —Irene L . Olson , Minn ., Mary Olson , la ., Little Mike , Minn ., Hedley G . Morgan , Ind ., Eva E . Potter , Wis ., Myrtle Wilson , N . D . Honor Roll : —Sadie M . Wolf , Minn ., Irene M . Brian , Minn ., Noel W . Sitton , Mo ., Solon Wood , Wis ., Lawrenco Shoen , Minn ., Mary Cullen , Wis ., Andrew Sylinberget , S . D .
A BEAR STORY [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
A BEAR STORY About one year ago a farmer living about six miles from here went out to feed his horses at break of day . Going through the yard he passed his pigs as he supposed , but going later on to feed them he found a bear and two cubs eating with tho pigs . He drove them away , and calietl a neighbor who chased them with a gun ; he fell and hurt himself and so gave up the chase . Others took after them , but had no guns , so one man borrowed a gun and got them in our corn field by themselves . When lie tried to shoot the old one she showed fight , and lie found his gun was no good . The old bear and one cub then ran away . Pretty soon a man came running up . to our house telling papa there was a bear in our corn field . He was very much excited , as we had no gun , we bovs rnn and got a neighbor that had one . It was fun for all the boys , but wc were afraid to go near , until the men ran the young cub up a tree and then shot it . Now they have it stuffed in a window in one of ...
PRIZE CONTESTS . THE TWO FACES . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
PRIZE CONTESTS . THE TWO FACES . First Prize : Judging from the two faces before me , the boy with the calm , firm expression , smoothly combed hair , and neat appearance , will undoubtedly be the one to keep his New Years resolutions . The boy of agitated features and untidy dress is probably a person of slack and irregular habits . He will lie in bed until a late hour each morning , dreaming of the wonderful things he will accomE lish at some remoto future date . He will egin the day by hurrying carelessly through his morning toilet and appear in a disorderly condition at tho breakfast table where he has kept others waiting . He will undoubtedly come late to school or work and during the whole day will make himself much unnecessary trouble . He will be a cause of much humiliation to those who wish to be lifs friends , and give pain and mortification to his relatives . He will , sooner or later , come to feel himself abused and misunderstood . All his good resolutions will be aband...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
UIIUTCn ! YOUNG MEN ! RAILROAD ! IfMlllEIJa Rrafcpmcti , Firemen , RagKaRemen . Eletlrle Notonncn , Iondnctnni . Experience unnecessary . Instruction l ) y MAIL . Application blank and hook for Btauip . INTER . ltY . INST . So . 0 , IiKUananoIli , Ind . ¦¦