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DON'T NEGLECT [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
DONT NEGLECT To rend nil nboiit The Fnrmer s AVife Poiiy coutest on puKe 235 . The pony IN certiilnlji n henuty mid nny hoy or girl —yew , or even wonum—render , will he Kind to own this beautiful out lit . Bveryone who enterH this content will sel » prize * .
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
^^ jBfl c IbbaceoA ^ ( S ¦ w ^ llwwlrf i JrWrT WE GLADLY SEND ^ £ mmWiW 3 tf \ ^ lijfl j fe 5 j / ^ Free Treatment to All «( p * w l FREE , FREE FOR THE ASKING . F ^^ Ss ^ M ^ : I have sent this good news and Free Treatment ( o thousands , and [ P—fLWy ItSMi flfii iiSi ) i here arc a few of myriads I have helped . I believe any of tliem will \ fl BBBS ^*^^ JKfVZ ] j \ T OBR verify me in words of joy and praise , if stamped envelope Is sent : ( Jjj ^^ HTCSLJ y ^ i tVR ijLQrr WANTS OTHERS TO KNOW HOW EASY ( T 1 C % 3 ^ ^ Dcflr Madam : I am so silad that I can slve you a testimonial for y- - ^ y MVmm \ mmm \\ w . AwLmmmm * -- * . w your remedy , the tobacco habit cure , I will be glad to tell all f // Wm / ¦ BMMI ^ Pir ™ , others about It . My husband now says . It Is the ONLY CURE . \[ Y ^ PiE ^ Qr ^ l Wc are both so thankful , etc . etc . Mrs . R , L . Finch , Garriena , Calif . X * N V ^ fnT ^ y / f ^ CANNOT SMOKE A CIGAR . \&amp; t $ ^^ 2 * M - &gt; Dear Friend : I ...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
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Plans For Home'Builders . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
Plans For HomeBuilders . Article Third . GETTING THE MATERIAL . After deciding where to build and the plan to be used , the next step is to secure material . By beginning early and watching your chance you may be able to get some good bargains . I had a quantity of second-hand p ine boards offered me for less than hemlock was selling and while perhaps in general second lumber is a delusion and a snare , yet you should use your judgment . If the farmer has his own wood lot he can get much of the lumber from there , letting it season before using . Use 6 x 6 s for the sills if you can get them . They can be made by doubling plank 6 or 8 inches wide if necessary . There is to be a cross sill at or near the center of the house . For floor joists use 2 x 8 for the first floor at least . As these figure up rapidly , look around and see if you can not get some sticks in the woods which will answer for the first floor . These and the sills it will be best to have sawed at the mill , the flo...
A Double Joke and lU Fun . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
A Double Joke and lU Fun . Now , John , said Aunt Clara , as she cuddled Baby Fay a little closer , have we got everything in the sleigh , dear ? Well , I should hope so , laughed Uncle John . Here are all the lap robes and the hand bag and thiee children and two dollies and the great big dinner basket .. If it were not first class sleighing I should expect old Prince to object to such a load . He tucked the robes about Kitty and Jessie , who were nestling and giggling on a snug little seat at his feet . Then he shook the lines , and gave the word to Prince , and away they flew toward Uncle Charley s farm . Let s take the spring road this time papa , said Kitty , it s such a lovely day , and Uncle Charleys folks might be coming to see us . And they always come by the spring road , put in Jessie . Harry told me so . And such dinners as they bring ! cried Kitty . You cant get such things in town . Now J . must tell you about the dinners . Uncle Johns folks and Uncle Charleys folks wer...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
^ ^^ V ^ ~ L 1 / JKf You cin tlwayt depend oo Ihe wearing qiallly -tSSL ~ Mf • Mav w w , rk ¦ DOes for a uses and in all kinds of \ ^ V ^ Er weather . . \( NEf fffe % ¦ . / - ^ V Built s « lid , of selected and seasoned leather , pHmMifcy ^ lt ^^^^ ^ cy ace ky * ar the best work : sho * or farmers SkmW y : ^* iim T *^ Miners , Prospectors , Lumbermen , Mechanics , and JRr MayerWork Shoes like all Mayer ahoei ffefljfitt are built on honor and wear like Iron . Get them from rapfSHHwl your dealer , but be sure the Mayer trade-mark appears jt % ^ K 3 M For a dress-up shoe wear the ¦ .. . ; :-..:::.:. .. ! f &gt;; W * 3 * £ ?^* 7 BI ^ w W Work Shoes if ¦ JI , ^ V « Jw 1 : 1 ifl .. „_ -M IHK : M B fl fS ^ 5 j | l K ^ ft W fy PF | \ W M » ^ ^^ mmmmmmm * ! m \ Honorbilt \ JHOHl : £ M - ^ ::. ; y .- - . , . , . , . Sh ^ . ... ¦ . .. . . . • l . v ,. , .:. v . . .. J TflrrOtK DCD iflA EDCICUT Bill ! Apple , Pear . Plum , Clierry , Peach and Carolina Poplars InrrNv v CH IUU rnCIUni rft...
The Gentle Voice . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
The Gentle Voice . The outdoor life tends to develop the loud voice . The farm life vvitli its live stock to be commanded and its Ion ; distances to be covered . by the spoken word , encourages vocal noise , not to say a high pitched and habitually loud voice . The outdoor members of the family bring their loud voices into the house and often—usually—the entire family comes unconsciously to speak with unnecessary noise . T have a cattle ranch friend who , when he comes into my office almost lifts the furniture by his booming conversation . He forgets when he is speaking to me that he is not driving a bunch of range steers up the coulee . There are times when a big voice is a big help on the farm ; but taking it from dawn to dark , year in year out , the gentle voice will go farther and make for more comfort and better morals and manners in barnyard and house , than the shout , the whoop or the highkeyed voice . Some people believe that to carry conviction to a man or a cow one must ...
"THE POOR MAN'S OYSTER . " [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
THE POOR MANS OYSTER . This name is given to the snail by people in France and Spain , where this mollusk is not only a fairly common article of food among the poor , but is held in great esteem by the gourmet . Says an editorial writer in The London Lancet : The suggestion that the snail should form a cheap article of food in this country has been revived and there is nothing to be said against the proposal from a dietetic point of view , for , properly cooked snail is both nutritious and tasty . * * * * * * Care must be exercised in the choice of the snail for food purposes , as it is well known that snails feed on poisonous plants and it is the custom in France to allow a few days to elapse after they have been taken from their feeding ground in order that any poisonous matters may be eliminated . Most of the snails in France used for edible purposes are collected from the vineyards of Burgundy , Champagne , and Lorraine , which , we may be sure , afford a perfectly clean feeding...
Ai tune ine iuaie THE ECONOMY OF THE BEE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
Ai tune ine iuaie THE ECONOMY OF THE BEE . one Dees were uuo IUmale in equal numbers . The irresponsible male buzzed about , simply getting his own living , marrying and dying . The responsible female not only got her own living , but that of her children . Somehow , by and by , they came to see the advantage of communal effort , and , just as women say to one another now , If youll wash the dishes Ill wipe em , one feminine bee said to the other , Ill be the mother if youll get tho living . It was a bargain , and the accommodating females took drones in to board . The queen of a beehive does not rule ; she lays eggs . She does not mind the babies . She does not even do her own digesting , let alone getting the food . The attendants that surround her feed her with bee milk , secreted by glands in their heads . She has to be fed continually , for at certain periods she has the power of producing from 2 , 000 to 3 , 000 eggs a day , twice her own weight—four times , indeed , for more ...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
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HORTICULTURAL STRAYS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
HORTICULTURAL STRAYS . , Those who have hot been careful- observers . will often be surprised at the horticultural opportunities of their own farms , which may be . developed without expense . It is well to look the farm over with seeing eyes , and pick up and cultivate all stray trees , bushes , and shrubs . The most common fruit upon the farm is the apple . Some woman may believe in the possibilities of an apple orchard who has hot the money to buy a hundred or so young apple trees . Careful search will doubtless reveal scattered about under the old apple trees and in the pastures , huridres of sturdy little apple sprouts and seedlings . These may be carefully taken up and planted in a bit of prepared ground or in a garden patch . A little enterprise will secure the proper budding of these little trees , or better and more interesting . still one may learn to do it ones self . : With hundreds of little budded trees on hand , it is but a step to the new orchard . . It is surprising...
AN EXCELLENT CREAM CAKE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
AN EXCELLENT CREAM CAKE . 1 cup of sugar , whites of 3 eggs , 1 cup of thick sweet cream , 1 teaspoon lemon extract , a pinch of salt , 2 teaspoons baking powder sifted with flour enough to make quite stiff . Bake in layers and fill with whipped cream . —Mrs . F . Weinberger . Marrow With Cheese . Slice the marrow ; boil in a very little salted water , drain , dip in grated cheese and broad crumbs , place on a tin plate and set in the oven till the cheese is melted . Serve on slices of toast , or on a heated plate will a slice of lemon . C . C . D . n .
PRIZES FOR EVERYONE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
PRIZES FOR EVERYONE . The Fanner s Wile IUIK nccn piniiimiK n conies ! for some time ivhleh would Interest every render . On Iinsrc 23 . minouncenient l . s innile of our Pony Context . We hope every family of our renderx will lie represented nntl know you will lie delighted Svlth your prlxc even should you not win the Pony outlit .
RICE AS A VEGETABLE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
RICE AS A VEGETABLE . Ihe correct way to cook rice is to nave each kernel dry and separate from Ihe rest ; this is done by boiling a cupful in five or six cupfuls of water . After washing the rice thoroughly pour it into the boiling water , sail to taste . Let it boil twenty minutes . If necessary pour more boiling water into the pan , but do not stir witli a spoon . Mash a kernel of rice between your ringers , and if soft , pour all into a Hollander , allowing it . to drain into a pan . Serve as soon as drained . It is often ealen witli a curried meat stew . The rice water may lie used for soup . —Scarlet Sage .
BREAD PUFFS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907
BREAD PUFFS . When dough is light for bread , catch up between thumb and finger and pull dough out rather thin , cut off and fry in deep fat ; use same as biscuit . BUNS . One pint sponge as for bread ; Yi teacup sugar , Vi teacup lard , 1 pint warm water , sail to taste . Mix , let rise lill time lo hake for supper , then make into small round biscuil , put . in pans one inch apart , let rise fill very light , bake in rather quick oven . CORN BREAD . I pint corn meal , H pint white llimi ; I fgg , &lt; i teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons baking powder , sweet milk to make rather thin batter ; bake in quick oven . QiNQER BREAD . Two cups sugar , 2 eggs , H cup sweet milk , ] 4 cup butter , li teaspoon each cinnamon and ginger , I teaspoon soda , 3 cups flour . Bake in moderate oven . ^ —Bee .