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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1907
Merchandis 8 f ^ Sheriffs a « iR 6 Cdiv ^ Sal 0 S IVk M W M ra CEIIT . 01 YMI PIKHIISB . I THE CHICAGO HOUSE WRECKING COMPANY is the only concern in the world devoted to the purchase and sale of I general stocks of merchandise of every kind from , Sheriffs , Receivers and other sales .. We save you money . The wonderful . I - opportunity that is now offered you to secure staple articles in every , line at extremely low prices demands your closest attention . ¦ The way to makemoney la . to save it . Our whole business is one of quick action . We have these goods today and tomorrow Ithey v may be sold . Dont delay . Bargains wait for no man . Send us your order today . Absolute satisfaction guaranteed . I l 5 ? 5 ^^ t 22 m S 2 g &amp; w «* . . » ¦ S K ^^ ISrS ^ SfT . MM ^ . !^ . UMBER from the ST . LOUIS ¦ „ WlwLatoi «*»^ , ^ ^ ¦ K r WORLDS FAIR Kr » TW ¦ ^ , ^ £ ! imT «^ tf , Htlllllffi ^ H dlfiersnt ( to «« ns . land wmexmnrittjbia . We guarantee abac- ¦ a ^ BBBBBBBrJwIm abo...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1907
EVERY KNOWN DISEASE CAN BE CURED I , . , :. , ^ y : fe ; . , ; —H BY THE USE OF MAGNETISM - , r - t / -- &gt; ~ M 1 P ^ T SHIPI % , , % , There is no such thing as an incurable disease . - J « P ^ StliXiii ! , * v • I make this statement just as broad , sweeping , and all-inclusive as I know how . vi ^ Bfc ^ W * l ^ fe ^ *¦ Man s ability to cure disease is limited only to the extent of his knowledge of nature s &lt; &gt; ? ^^ NBPiH *&gt; X A £ B &amp;}&amp; ¦ * i &amp; N V /^^^¦¦ ¦ ijl ^ k ^^^ y ^ fila ; - . When I say there are no incurable diseases , I mean every word I say . Every word of ^^^^ H @^ K ^ . ^ f W ^ BlHn ^^ ** s true * * kllow jt to be true ) ecause in the P ast quarter of a century I have proved it I JIB ¦ J ^^ H ^ MJIMI .: to my own satisfaction , and to the joyful satisfaction of thousands of others . v -- ^ - ^^^^^ MJBff *• d ^^^^^^^^^ Bmife I am constantly on the lookout for other diseases to prove it on . ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1907
Jjy W ^ G ^ MJ ? rcmkff . Sweefi Jjy 1 ^ i &amp;® r Jfrayk ff . Sweefi Synopsis of Previous Chapters Josephine Wliilden and her mother are spending the season at a fashionable iiotei in the soutii . Spencer Grant , a young artist , ia very much infatuated with the pretty society girl , and succeeds in separating lier from a fishing party , and takes her across the bay . in an old launch , to / see a piece of land lie wishes to purchase , intending to build a home and establish her as its mistress . He declares his love , and is refused as Josephine thinks he is of the working world , and she of the social strata . CHAFfER III NEW RELATIVES . Josephine walked by his side , strangel y subdued . Once , she glanced up at his set face , then instantly swept her gaze out upon the lake . But it was a gaze that was unseeing . Not until they reached the end of the dock did they notice that the launch was several rods away , moving toward the other shore . Hold on , there ! Spencer ca...
WASTED LAND [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1907
WASTED LAND By FranK . H . Stveet . More ground . This is the cry of many small farmers . If I had more ground I could do well ; but as it is 1 can barely make a living . I have land for only half as much wheat as I want , half as much corn , half as many potatoes ; and the looking after of the small crops takes a good deal more time in proportion , than larger ones would . No , no ! To get ahead a man needs as much land as he can manage . True . But how often does he manage all the land he has ? There are some farms of course , where the fences and walks and field corners are clean , where scarcely a weed is allowed to ripen seed , and where bushes and briers are kept in their proper places . But to one such farm how many of the other kind do we know , where , it-cultivating the plow has to be swung three or four furrows away from the wall on account of encroaching alders and hazelnut bushes and green briers , and where the corners of fields can hardly be seen for invading growth ?...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1907
STEVENS ^ gl \ C / jSSKOt ^ W J ? ^ * a &amp; l I J um P on fro S s f I WNtS &amp; nSsff * /^ / ^»^^ w ^ I } ou use a 9 u c k I liwtidS ^ S ^ == s ^^ Si 3 S ^ Rifle itsrec ° rds IBPS »* HK 3 SI * r » * ^^^^^^^^^^^^^™ jHkj ^ H ^ ffl ( n unapproached by mmmmmmMMMmm ^* m ^* mmmmmmmmmaMam * mmm ^* mmm any 0 ther make . Use a Stevens and get results in frog shooting—the severest test of reliability in firearms . Here is a list that should interest you : I— .,., _ - ___ _ - „_—1 Send 4 cents in stamps to cover postage for our FREE MI o t MM OATAEOG-it tolls all about guns , rifles , pistols , ammu- - Utile Scout - S 2 . Z 5 „ ition ] giants , targets , reboring old barrels , and a hun-Stevens-Maynard , Jr . S 3 drod thing 3 a 8 port 8 mon wonts to know . II « I . ? «« For 6 cents In stamps wo will moil our artistic tenLittle Krag ¦ $ 5 color lithograph . It is an attractive hunting scone worthy Favorite No . 17 ¦ S 6 | of sp ( l 00 on ony wl ) lli Dont let your dealer pers...
&~ ^ - ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1907
&amp;~ ^ - ^ By ^ IrW ^ HELEN PRANCESTIUNTINOTON B ^^ IP ^ H ELEN P RANCES TIUNTINGTON The far-reaching fragrance of Italian violets drifted abroad on the damp February air from the fine old Mortimer garden where Miss Lucias careful ingenuity- kept , flowera blooming throughout the long , sharp winter when all the rest of the Northern worldwas gray with frost . The two men riding down the broad sodden road that led past the garden looked instinctively toward the big white house behind the cedar hedge . Isnt a wonder that Miss Lucia never married 1 said Bernard Gray , the younger of the two men , whose blithe love affair had put him in a sympathetic mood toward the world at large . She certainly was not intended for an old maid . I have always admired Miss Lucia greatly , the other man answered . She is a fine , fu [ l measured woman who would doubtless make a model wife and mother . Yet here she is wasting her charm and goodness on an exacting old aunt , who doesnt deserve h...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1907
I ^ EHK CYCL 0 NE BSBBSI ^ KEB ^ St ^^^^^^^^^ M Sent on free trial . ^^ P ^ lk % JZr £ r problem , in ouo inlnutti macMnefii ) of dlKhta without placing hands in water , without spilllm ; any water on floor . Will not break t ho most frnRlleplGcoofcliiim . Matieofpiivaiiizeil steel , RUl Inst foryenrs , Eaayto opornte . Easy to clciw . Mndoiu 4 Bines—for families , boarding liouucs , rchtnunmiB , niiil liotclH . We wain yoi : to try it before you buv i t bt-caiisu i f you try it yim will buy it . Write today for fuHdi-seriptioii , prk-e , oud our free trial plan . zI * S P * fr c . B U RANDLEMAN , MANUFACTURERS , 111 W . Grand Ave . j l ^ Mofnog £ . l 2 * a ^____ J m . POEMS ™? v ° TwrTt I UI-lllW music and popularize . Popular Music PoMsMog Co , 243 Fnlorprlje Bldg . WilcsgD .
LETTERS FROM MRS . GOODWILL TO HER FRIEND BERTHA . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1907
LETTERS FROM MRS . GOODWILL TO HER FRIEND BERTHA . HOME , January 1 st , 1907 . My dear friend Bertha : New Years , day seems a peculiarly appropriate time to- extend to you my sincere good wishes , and express my pleasure in the news which your last letter contained . It is always a joy to feel we have helped a friend ; and in this case I have an added cause for thankfulness , in that I did not allow a feeling of false pride to keep me from inviting you to visit me last summer . You see I : knew you were accustomed to a life of comparative luxury , even though it was in a boarding house , while our Tiome is very plain , and our living extremely simple . I had not seen you for years , and I feared you might not enjoy our quiet life . After weighing the pros and cons of the case , my affections won ; I did so want to see you , I determined , before youi-ame , that we . would simpl y welcome you to our home and life wluch is the liest we can afford , and also to make no apology for th...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1907
lPiU * iMLUk ¥ lMliiii ^^*\« ^ Best quality Garden . Flower ^ OvV ^ f * J £ I X 8 H nnd Farm Swds , Sfalta , &gt;^^ A , &gt; f « S ;! Clover , Seed Potatoes . Wo ~^ v V *( jFsC ™ J 5 J ? will send free with cat- ^ % *« 6 * i ^™ M ° ft head lettuce &gt; rA , | P tfv ^ an * Bulla ever tatrfe /^ ftVUvvnUDUUH HuTtSERIBS , dnoed . &gt; 5 ( SR . *?&gt; f BEATRICE , II ~ jr &lt; Sr w / B « 7 ft Hetoaaka . NO STROPPING , NO HONING . Set consists of 12 douBletdged blades ft 4 keen cutting edges ) with triple silver-plated holder In velvet lined case . Each blade good for an average cf more than 20 satisfying shaves . Handle and blade guaranteed to be perfect in material and workmanship . Inquire about SPECIAL FREE TRIAL OFFER . Gillette Sales Company , 21 Times Building , New York City . . ¦¦¦ Mi ^ BBBBBBMMMMMMMl ^ ^ I ^^ WE Wll I PAY ¦ V C WILL M ^ B ^™ B **¦ How Many Pieces of China appear in the above illustration ? Every person who correctl...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1907
WONDERFUL FENCING OFFER Direct from our own fencing factory at Knlihtttown , Indiana , wo furnish the highest grade , strongest and greatest variety ol poultry and farm fencing , prices Just a little more than factory cost , 15 o a rod and up , Just about one-halt tlio prices asked by all others . In our free Fencing catalogue wo show a picture ot our factory , also our entire line of fencing and netting with all our new wonderfully low prices . This a- ¦ —mi nu in _ i catalogue explains why we can ) ¦¦¦ save you so much money , why IH HHBJHHII our fencing is the strongest , n ^ H ^ ^ H easiest to put up , best made SJ ^ HHBHNMBB BI about fencing . Dont buy * RJNNBJBJV BHBBJI • Ingle rod until yon get this VBnmWtmamtSKKm Send me your Free Fencing fmmam ^ BSBSSHm Catalogue , and you will get ta—l a * - * everything by return mart INCLUDING OUR GREAT NEW PROFIT SHARING . OFFERS . P THESE GOODS FREE liJS &amp; SB of sharing profits with every customer you can jjB get a tine cou...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1907
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Deffgfi ffor Comfortable Homes [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1907
Deffgfi ffor Comfortable Homes By Geo . S . Kinsley . Architect A Practical House A Practical House . A practical arrangement of a house has a good deal to do with its desirability as a . home , therefore it behooves us to plan our houses in such a manner that they will be comfortable and convenient . It will save our women folks many steps and worries , and add to our enjoyment . I believe the plan of the house shown herewith is a very . practical one ; fdr the reason of its compactness and general convenience . Entering the house through a vestibule , to the reception hall , one can - go directly to any room in the house without passing through • another , a convenience which makes this plan desirable . Direct access , to the front door from the kitchen without having to . pass . through the parlor or dining room is another practical _ Fi-R sT- FLooi = ^_ ¦ -SECOND-FLOOR .. [ Plan of ft Practical House \ Four-Roomcil Cottage An Inexpensive Four Room Cottage . The accompanying illu...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 February 1907
Slaves of i Tobaccol ^ l WE GLADLY SEND JKSSO SSL ^ , [ Wife 5 !/! Free Treatment to All flB 31 ia . WftH FREE , FREE FOR THE ASKING . ^^ f ^ S ^ M . 1 I have sent this sood news and Free Treatment to thousands , and If V ^ rLr I — ^ g ^ JiJ \&amp;[ \ here are a few of myriads I have helped . I believe any of them will ft- va £ aWt H SMlffll AtiBkvi verify me In words of Joy and praise , If stamped envelope is sent : f ^ J SLZT ? rlilfi Itiai VKw / r WANTS OTHERS TO KNOW HOW EASY IT IS 10 CIRE . ( iflBR- ^ C ~} jw &lt; BH I Dear Madam : I am so glad that I can give you a testimonial for / /?^^ Hb = ^ r *\^ frowro uVjwy your remedy , the tobacco habit cure . I will be glad to tell all V J / mmwwA uS W « li &amp; f others about it . My husband now says , it Is the ONLY CURE . * /?¦ \ AmTnlHEL . m \ 0 * af / ar I J We are both so thankful , etc . etc . Mrs . R . L . rinch , Gardens , Callt HI J ^ rl Ki Jl t \ 3 } t \ ¦ CANNOT SMOKE A CIQAR . \ l \^ m \ ^ j 4 m ¥...