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DEAfNESS CURED [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
DEAfNESS CURED By New Discovery I h &amp; . vo demo n s t r a t e d that dea-fness c &amp; n be cured . —- Dx , Guy Clifford Powell . The secret of liow to use tho mysterious and invisible flu Lure forcos for ( lie ciuc of Deiifno * uiul Head Noises htis at last . been discovered by the famous lMivsiciiiii-Scieiitist , Dr . Guy Clifford Powell . Deafness and Head Noises disappear as if by magic under the use of this new and wonderful tliseovery . He will r-eiid all v ; ho . suffer from PejiJ iioss anil Head Noises full information bow they run be eured , absolutely free , no mutter bow Ions ; : they have been deal , or what eaused their deafness . This inarvelousTreatment is so simple , natural mid reiiiiin that ymi will wonder why it was nut discovered befor » . Investigators are astonished and cured patients themselves marvel at I he quick results . Any deaf peiwHi am liavefull information how to be cured quickly and nurd to stay eured at home without investing a ,...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
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EASTER DAY [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
EASTER DAY Easter Day , which falls this year on March 31 st , most beautifully , coromemcaces the resurrection of Him whom Mi Christendom , of whatever race or sea :, accept , as their savior and guide—the Perwc ; On ::. - . vhDss stainless life was so iiilea * i : ii 3 od -voikA . . with deeds of love an ..: fc . iiess as : o ave been the inspiration a : u ss-:. mp .. 3 _ 3 v the millions that have ivy . ¦¦) -::-2 . as r ; - . vi ! l continue for countless . ir-v :.: yi , . 0 : J . That He lived v lipqn ea . v ; i .- ; z ir .. subject to . the weaknesses . - . . ; : r : \ ~ - tations of a man , yet put them . - . ¦¦ . • : ;• . ? =- • his feet , and in . that last supreme .-i £ u ; of anguish while He prayed : O , n . ; . Father , if it be possible , let this cup pass from me ; could . yet . y ield himself so entirely to the Father s will as . to conclude , nevertheless , not as I will but as thou wilt , ; ( Matthew xxvi : 42 ) has helped all men since to withstand temptation and t...
TEACHERS' SALARIES AND PENSIONS [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
TEACHERS SALARIES AND PENSIONS THE F ARMER S WIFE notes with pleasure a general movement towards advancing teachers salaries . In the Minneapolis schools the teachers in the graded schools have been given an advance of So per month , and the sentiment seems to be ¦ eneral over the entire state of Minnesota that teachers are poorly paid . Donations recently made by Andrew Carneg ie and others , and societies organized by teachers themselves for providing a fund for pensioning professors in colleges and other teachers is a practical and shameful admission that teachers do not receive sufficient compensation to enable them to equip themselves and live as they are expected to , and be able to , put by anything for-- their support in old age . Teachers as a-class will not enjoy , thus . being matte virtually objects of charity .-in their , declining years , and instead .-- . of pensioning itherri efforM , shotlld be directed toward securing for them such salaries a $ will permit them tod...
THE WINTER'S HARDSHIPS [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
THE WINTERS HARDSHIPS That there has been much privation and suffering and great losses of live stock throughout the Northwest during the intense cold and heavy snow blockades of . this unprecedented , terrible winter , is well known . And at this writing the railroads have been unable to open up their branch lines ¦ leading to the smaller towns and stations on the frontier , where , it is feared , the people are enduring dreadful hardships , if , indeed , they have fuel and provisions sufficient to sustain life . While in , a measure blaming the railway companies for failing to provide transportation facilities for the supplies needed by the settlers , one of the great city dailies recently placed the chief blame upon the settlors themeslves for not laying in a stock of supplies earlier . The fact is that merchants and fuel dealers all through the Northwest have been vainly endeavoring to secure shipments of supplies since the first of September . Offering every possible inducement...
CONCERNING CENTRALIZED SCHOOLS [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
CONCERNING CENTRALIZED SCHOOLS THE FARMER S WIFE will be glad to receive from parents or teachers who have had experience in centralized township schools descriptions of their organization and the curriculum and the manner in which they are conducted , how the pupils are transported to and from school , etc . Also information as to the expense compared with that of the small district schools of the township which they replace ; and if the centralized school is satisfactory . to the community generally , with objections , if any . There is no more important question before country residents today than that of how to provide better and more practical educational facilities for their children , which T HE FARMER S - WIPE wishes fully discussed in its columns from every view point .
SCIENTIFIC EDUCATION PROFITABLE [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
SCIENTIFIC EDUCATION PROFITABLE . An instance of the practical application of scientific education is thus reported by an eastern exchange : The r :- of a New York farmer recently * . :.: z :. ! ed from a course , in electrical [¦ ¦ . _ :, ; hi ! . When he came home be c : „ ::-.. - ; nt the little brook running -, ¦ ,-. y . • vj : j ; 3 i ought to go to work , - . &gt; x . . - . ; .:- a dam and a little pott : •! - :. ; . ¦ - -- - 1 wer (! installed dynamo . ¦ ::.: :.:. A ; present the brook , wi ,. : ¦ - ¦ .. ¦ .. ¦ : • :-.: &gt; « uselessly through the ..-v . - - : --- electric light for the hou . .: ,:. ¦ ^ . mat for the winter months . r : : ir the cream separator , churn &gt; . ¦ ~ . small machinery about the place . i-mer is doubtless already much . m . han repaid for . the expease of his sons . icntific instruction , as is every parent in time , in some way , who assists his children to develop and be able to make use of any special natural ability th...
WOMEN'S WORK [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
WOMENS WORK , Women s work is becoming more , and more a power for good in every community . Women , generally are becoming interested in measures for the common good , and are assisting iir promoting them and making them effective . They do most efficient work in improvement leagues , boards of charities and corrections , humane societies and other philanthropic organizations . Not only arc the greater number of teachers in the common schools women , but also most of the principals of the graded schools , the majority of instructors in high schools , and many county superintendents , and when mothers learn to understandingly and heartily co-oper-ate with teachers , their combined influence and power cannot , be estimated . Women can vote in but few states , but they can influence and really control votes if they will educate and properly prepare themselves to understand what it is all about when public questions come up for consideration and action . : Women should learn to look at...
PLAN FOR SUMMER BEAUTY [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
PLAN FOR SUMMER BEAUTY It is quite time to be looking over flower seed collections and planning what to plant to beautify the homo place the coming summer , no matter how humble it may be—indeed , the more humble and plain it is the more need of embowering it with flowers . The sod house and the prairie shack should be planted all about with seed of climbing , running vines that will with a little care soon conceal even their rough outlines with a wealth of foliage and blossoms . Plant vines also about , _ the outbuildings and every unsightly object , and in beds or rows , or corner , especially prepared for them grow some of the more beautiful flowers to delight the eye , not , only where they grow , but also to cut for indoor enjoyment in vases and bowls , on the dining table and a stand or shelf in the living room . Give the children each a little flower bed to be cared for entirel y alone by each small individual , and their delight , and pride in their work and flowers will kno...
THE COUNTRY SCHOOLS NEEDED [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
THE COUNTRY SCHOOLS NEEDED While full y appreciating the need and advocating the establishment of schools that shall combine instruction in practical agriculture with that of other studies , THE FARMER S WIKE does not endorse the suggestion which is often made that such instruction be required in country district schools . For , with from a dozen . to thirty or forty pupils of all ages and nationalities the country teacher is already overtaxed , twenty or more recitations a day being required For the various degrees of the pupils attainments in common school studies . There are few district schools in which the pupils can be so graded as to allow more than fifteen minutes to each recitation ; when at least half an hour should be given . And no additional work can be expected of teachers already so greatly burdened . The wonder is that under the present conditions teachers in country schools are able to accomplish so much for their pupils . The country school system needs to be entir...
HEART AND HOME TALKS [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
HEART AND HOME TALKS Nowhere else is there so great need of practicing all the saving virtues and pleasing courtesies of life as in the farm home , where the family is thrown so constantly together , and isolated from outside companionship so much of the time that eacli should make himself as agreeable and companionable as possible to the others . Children are great imitators , and those reared in the farm home imitate the speech and manners of their parents more closel y because they come in contact with lew others . Josh Billings put many trite truths into his quaint and homely phraseology . His advice to a father was : If you want your bov to grow up in the way he should go you must skirmish along that way yourself . If the father is kind and courteous the son will be . If the mother is cheery and considerate and sympathetic the daughter will be . And if the parents are careful about their personal appearance and their manners , the children will be the same . The father who chew...
CHARMING NEWSERIAL . " [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
CHARMING NEWSERIAL . The next ; number ot THE FARMERS WIFE will bring iteat to its readers in the opening . cnapters of a new serial by Mary Castle AlhsDe Cou , thegifted writerofTheLassatOgilivie s , which was so much enjoyed last year . It is entitled Further Adventures of the Lass at Ogilvies , and follows the former story as a sequel , with the same characters , which were so vividly portrayed .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
ANNOUNCEMENT . Every farmer s wife should consider thlsher paper , and regard . hersetl as a member of Our Home Olub and Mother s Council sending for publication therein her best thoughts , best methods of work , and her practical experience along every line concerning which questions are asked , as well as her perplexities—becoming in feelfng and In fact a member of TUB FARMER S WIFE S great Home 1 Club , every one of whom la actuated by the spirit of mutual helpfulness . ; - /&gt; ENTERED AT . THK POST-OFKICB AT ST . PAULAS • SECOND-CLASS . MATTER . • .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
TAKE NOTICE . When this paragraph is marked with blue pencil It is to notify the subscriber that the time will be out with the next number and that we will stop Itifnotrenewed , When this is marked with red pencil It means your time Is out and if you want it continued you most send jifi cents ln stamps or postal note at once . ;&gt; - Change Of Address-When ft subscriber removes and changes her address , notify us at once , but ln doing BO do not fail to give your old address also when giving us . the new . If you fail to notify us of your changed address you may miss copies , of tho paper Which we will not beanie to supply as we cannot guarantee to furnish back numbers of the paper .
THE TRUE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE WOMAN'S CLUB . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
THE TRUE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE WOMANS CLUB . It is scarcely claiming too much to say that the Woman s Club has come to signify womans power ; and woman s power , please God , makes for good , for human uplift , for steady progress of the race towards nobler conduct , as well as nobler ideals . We may well recall where woman stood at the commencement of our c-ra . The drudge , the burden-bearer of the world through ages af savagery and centuries of Tiarlnirism . she came forward timidly at the call of Christianity , and took her place at mans side , still half doubting her own power , dubious even of her primal rights . And still at times today ive are driven to believe that her doubts have never wholly lifted . But womans vision gradually cleared , hei knowledge of good and evil increased , above all , there grew within her through every generation the recognition of a mi g hty influence vested in herself alone , which she was free to east in either balance , to make for the true or t...
UNFINISHED PLANS [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
UNFINISHED PLANS Nothing is more beautiful than an excess of bloom , promise and aspiration in youth . But when the youth comes to old age the man grown gray looks back over his past and realizes that not onetenth of what he had planned has been accomplished . In character we are plans , not cathedrals ; cartoons , not pictures ; thumbnail sketches , not perfect drawings ; bundles of resolves , rather than great minds and hearts in whom morality is automatic and truth and goodness unconscious because native . It is nothing against a tree that in its ambition to do great things it unrolls more blossoms than it can ripen fruit . It is nothing against a man or woman that their aspirations outrun their achievements . What if the gifted youth be denied his chance ? What if the poets songs be unsung ? What if the reformer s dreams be unfulfilled ? What if the mother must die before her children achieve their success ? What if Moses never builds his Jerusalem in the Promised Land ? God und...
FARM MEMORIES [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
FARM MEMORIES One morning I was awakened with a strange ne « joy in my mind . It came to me at l hat moment with indescribable poignancy , the thought ot walking barefoot in cool fresh plow furrows , _ as I had once done when a boy . So vividly the nlemory came to me—the high , airy world , as it was at that moment , and the boy I was , walking free in the furrows —that the weak tears filled my eyes , the first I had shed in many years . Then I thought of sitting in quiet thickets in old fence corners , the wood behind me rising still , cool , mysterious , and the fields in front stretching away in illimitable pleasantness . 1 thought of the good smell of cows at milking . You do not know if you do not know I 1 thought of the sights and sounds , the heat and sweat of the luiylieds . I thought of a certain brook I knew when a boy that flowed among alders and wild parsnips , where I waded with a three foot rod for trout . I thought of all these things as a man thinks of his first love...