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FAMILY RECIPES . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907

FAMILY RECIPES . If those whose recipes appear in Ibis column will notify Tin ; FARMER S WIKK , ilicy will receive a pattern for each recipe used . State in what month it appeared . LYONNAISE POTATOES . Slice onions very thin or chop them , and put in a frying pan with a tablespoonful or two of butter , and cook until the onions are quite tender ; add cold boiled potatoes cut quite fine and heat together until the whole is slightly browned . —Hetty Hicks .

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Mrs . Cora B . Miller Makes a Fortune [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907

Mrs . Cora B . Miller Makes a Fortune Started a Few Years Ago with No Capital , and Now Employs Nearly One Hundred Clerks and Stenographers . 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 brown-stone residence and is considered one of the most successful business women in the United States . Airs . Miller s New Residence , Earned in Less Than One Year . Several years ago Mrs . Miller learned of a mild and simple preparation that cured herself and several friends of female weakness and piles . She was besieged by so many women needing 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 many cures when doctors and other remedies failed , the demand grew so rapidly she was several times compelled to seek large...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
TO LIVE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907

TO LIVE . Most of the tilings tnat worry us Don t matter much , Too many of us fret and fuss Al every touch ; There s nothing that s of great concern , Except to live , and love , and learn . Suppose the world dont go our way , What of it , then ? We have the better chance today To act like men ; And svil 1 insist at every turn We re here to live , and love , and learn . It isnt doing what we would Tnat counts for most ; It s being brave , and kind , and good , Amid the host ; For better than to crave and yearn . Is just to live , and love , and learn . We make too much of ease and joy And sordid gain ; • The things that vex us and annoy , The toil and pain , And every malady we spurn Mav help us live , and love , and learn . And there is notning else to fear , Of good or ill , Than just the failure of good cheer , And honest will ; No loss need fright ns if we earn More power to live , to love , and learn . —San Franc sco Star .

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FRIENDS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907

FRIENDS . You ask me why I like him . Nay , I cannot ; nay , I would not say . I think it vile to pigeonhole The pros and cons of a kindred soul . You wonder he should be my friend . , But then why should you comprehend ? Thank God for this—a new surprise : My eyes , remember , are not your eyes . Cherish this one small mystery : And marvel not that love can be In spite of all his many Haws , In spite ? Suppose I said Because . A truce , a truce to questioning : We two are friends tells everything . Yet , if you must know , this is why : Because he is he , and I am I . E . V . Lucas .

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
EVERYDAY BLINDNESS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907

EVERYDAY BLINDNESS . We seek for beauty on the height afar ; But on earthj ^ t glimmers all the while ; Tis in the garden where the roses are ; ¦ Tis in the glory of a mother s smile . We seek for wisdom in each solemn book ; But aye beyond the musty page it lies ; | Tis in the script of violets by the brook ; Tis in the laughter of the baby s eyes . We seek for God in every distant place ; But lo , beside us be forever stands , We meet him guised as sunlight face to face ; We touch him when we take a brothers hands . —Housekeeper .

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
BACHELORS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907

BACHELORS . Bachelors can be found roaming at large in all parts of the world . They inhabit apartments , clubs , open fields , bodies of water and music halls . They are also seen behind tiie scenes . They hover at times pear front gates , and have been found in back parlors with the aid of a searchlight . Bachelors are nomadic by nature and variable in their tastes , never going with one girl long enough to be dangerous . * Bachelors make love easily , but rarely keep it Rich bachelors are hunted openly and shamelessly , and are always in great danger . Those who finally escape are ns a rule , useless ever afterwards . , —Tom Masson , in the December Delineator . VIOLENT REACTION . Sarah Brum : How is your Browning club getting along ? Sarah Helium : We found it dull and uninteresting , and we ve worked it over into a candymaking chili . You ought to see what splendid fudges we can turn out ! —Chicago Tribune . After all , flowery eloquence never attained a compliment as pleasing ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907

LOVES YOUNG DREAM . fattier . IMOW , see ncrei it you marry that young pauper , how on earth are you going to live ? Sweet girl . Oh , we have figured that all out . You remember that old hen my aunt gave mo ? Well , I have been reading a poultry circular , and 1 find that a gooi ! hen will raise twenty chicks in a season . Well , the next season there will be twenty-one liens ; and each will raise twenty more chicks , that will he four hundred and twentv . The next year the number will be 8 , 400 , tiie following year 1 ( 18 , 000 , and the next 3 , 300 , 000 ! . lust think ! At only fifty cents a piece we will then have SI , ( 180 , 000 . Then you dear old pupa well lend you some money to pay off the mortgage on this house . ! —Selected . COULDNT SPARE IT . Your money or your life ! growled the footpad . Take me life , responded the Irishman , I m savin me money for me old age ! —Cleveland Leader ,

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THE VALUE OF A FRIEND . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907

THE VALUE OF A FRIEND . So lout * ns we love , wc serve ; so long as we are loved by others , I would almost say wc are indispensable , and no man is useless as long as he has a friend . — llobert Lewis Stephenson . NOT YET . Can your Dolly say Mama an Papa ? Mv gwjicioiis ! No—she s onlv three months old .

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

OSEND US A DIME IN SILVER for this mugi . illL-ent Violet Center Piece mid we win semi you FREE anelegant stamped collar and cuff set , one Carnation Dolly , one Holly Dolly , one Forget-me-not Doily , one stick pin case just to introduce our goods THE GOVERN CO ., I > eiit . l \ , 2515 Lowel Ave ., Uiimo , III . LEE MAUI BRACKET CO ., Three Oaks , Michigan free New Hominy Corn . We want to . send a Free Sample of our New Hominy Corn to you . Send us the names of five farmers , and a two cent stamp , and wo will send you a sample . Absolutely Free , postpaid . It will grow anvWiiere . CALIFORNIA CORN CO ., FW Dept ., FRESNO , CM . OX BLOOD ^ jg » TABLETS THIN PEOPLE B & 9 » FIRST $ 1 , 00 BOX 25 c . * ^ Send 25 c In stamps , wc will send you . charges prepaid , lull-sized SUM box ol « x lll . ll 0 DT . un . KTS Cure Rheumatism , Indigestion . Nervousness . A ( IroBtFlcNU I riidnerr . Thin peoweKaln 1 ( 1 Ills a month Pleasant to take . II vou area sufferer or ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
f ( M ^ 0 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907

f ( M ^ 0 LILACS . Do our readers comprehend what sources of delight there are in this great family . Last summer I saw 150 different kinds growing in the Arnold Arboretum at Boston . Well you say they must have been a beautiful sight when all were in bloom . Yes , many of them were in bloom at the same time , but the beauty of it was the continual blossoming from early spring till the first of July . Why is it that my lilacs do not bloom every year ? Yours are the old sorts and they start so earl y they are often nipped in the bud . It you would take the precaution to throw a blanket over them when in clanger of a late frost it would help—an old horse blanket or quilt or piece of burlap would answer . We might divide the lilac family into three groups . One called the Vulgaris , to wliich our common kinds belong , the Persian and Siberian and the Rouen which are the small leaved ones and the broad leaved . Villosa . Among the last we name the Villosa , Dr . Rretschneider , the Emod...

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

I Can Cure Cancer At Home Without Pain . Plaster or | Operat ! on and I Tell Vou How , Free . 1 HaS vKSe 75 be K ^ M 1 * It 5 Cured ot Home . JNo Pain , No ? ¦ » credit . It ta Piute , , No Knlfe .-Dr . Well .. j £ * Vd M » r i 3 them to health and strength . It you have cancer or any lump or sore that you believe is cancer , write today and learn how others have been cured quickly and safely and at very small expense . No matter what your condition may he do not hesitate to write and tell tnc about It . I will answer your letter promptly , Blv1 ns you , absolutely tree . lull Information and prool ol many remarkable cures . Dr . Rupert Wells , 2603 Radol Blag ., St ; Louis , Mo .

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
11 / ANTEII Men and Women If IIIB I Ell to buv Jewelry «¦¦ ¦ •¦¦» 8 „ d Diamonds . We furnish watches guaranteed for 20 years , on payments of 4 cents per dny . $ 200 dia -monds , which will last forever , on . vayrnents of 10 cents per day . No oneshouldbe without a watch or diamond after rending our plan . For particulars address , F . S . BOROIWAN , Box 17 . DE HAVEN . PA . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907

11 / ANTEII Men and Women If IIIB I Ell to buv Jewelry «¦¦ ¦ •¦¦» 8 „ d Diamonds . We furnish watches guaranteed for 20 years , on payments of 4 cents per dny . $ 200 diamonds , which will last forever , on . vayrnents of 10 cents per day . No oneshouldbe without a watch or diamond after rending our plan . For particulars address , F . S . BOROIWAN , Box 17 . DE HAVEN . PA .

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907

iJU ? : ? Seeds At One - Half Usual Prices Farm , Field , Garden and Flower Seeds ; Timothy , Clovcrand Lawn I Seed ; Nursery Stock , Fruit and Ornamental Trees , Shrubs , Roses , , Vines , Small Fruits . Everything for the Farmer , Gardener , Trucker , Fruit Grower , Planter , the Housewife and the Householder , Vegetable and Flower Seed * , nit new , fresh and reliable tt A APatktt • - • OC The same size packet and the same quality usually sold for 5 c and 10 c . Everything else in Seeds and Nur . scry Slock lowpricedin proportion . It Costs yon nothing to send for our FREE SEED GATAL 08 UE FOR 1907 . While you are sending for others , send on a postal card for ours ; then . compare prices and qualities and 5 eefca * Mrt | fM * MMftMMlfe by patronizing us . Buy no seeds till you read our 1907 Seed Catalogue—sent free , right from the press , by return mail . Write today . We have been giving millions of people a square deal for 35 years—we will treat you square , also . Montgomery...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907

& WATCH FREE ^ ¦ ¦ k . Send your name and address for 20 jflHRJI ^ k piece * of Jewelry to sell fora pretty mWm ^ mW ^ Bt watch and many . -SJBVAT aTrBB » Baa 3 aTr ^ BBi other premiums ; jJML KMHR K H BO money want «< i ^ flSS-w . ^ mwrnm / r Alllel . oro , Man . ^ aVHSaeV ^ AfiPNTQ PORTRAITS 85 c , FRAMKBlGo , O T « AB * IV ¦ w BheetpictureElc , atereoBcopea 25 o views le . 3 D days credit . Saaiplo * A Catalog Free , CoaKildated Portrait Co ., 280-11 S W , Adaau 8 U . CI . 1 WM ,

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907

fme ^ WALL PAPER OFFER — BOOK OP SAMPLES FREE WRITE US and say Send me your new 1907 Wall Paper Offer , and we will atonco Bendyou FREE , a big book of 1907 wall paper * : immense variety , beautiful patterns , at asUmiBhlnKly low prices , wo own our own big wall paper factory and sell you direct on factory cost basin , less than one-half prices you must pay others . Our new 11 / 07 patterns will delight you , our low prices surprise you . The big free sample book also snows . how to bang paper and do the Job yourself ; anyone can follow our simple directions successfully . j- _ $ tt _ ± YOU CAN GET THIS DRESSER jffl CDCC or a fine couch , Morris chair or fijSSsfi rntL , choice of hundreds of valuable hmgm articles free l ( you buy from us . Our Profit ESSS } Sharing Plain , as explained In the free wall IHralffln paper hook . Is more liberal than ever . MUBBWflM Write at once lor our new Wall Paper IHBMsnl Sample Book and see for flow little money mwBBSmm Sou can paper one room or ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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cMdle Work [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907

cMdle Work By c / lrs . criarqaref-Blair { DRAWERS . Materials : —Long cloth , cambric or nainsook . To make a pair of drawers , two yards of muslin are required , if other material is used for trimming . If trimmed with itself , two and onehalf yards are needed . If trimming four or more inches wide is used , allow one and a half the width of the bottom for each leg . Narrower embroidery requires less fulness . Cambric wears the longest of the three materials because it has a heavy thread , it also holds the starch better . There are many different kinds of cambric . If a person is making a trousseau French cambric is very desirable , as it is soft and fine , but wears well . Pattern for Drawers . Use No . 90 thread and No . 9 needle for making the drawers . Two measurements are required for drafting drawers . Those in the illustration are : Band , 24 inches ; length , 24 inches . The band measurement is taken around the waist . The length is measured from the waist over the hip to...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Sons of Eminent Men [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907

Sons of Eminent Men By Frank H . Staeet Presidents Sons . He will never amount to anything , for he is a great man s son He might , if he had half a chance , but he is overshadowed by his fathers reputation . Besides , as the son of his father , his head has been turned , probably , and he will never try to make much of himself . Remarks like this , often heard when the son of an eminent man is under discussion , indicate accurately the public attitude toward the youngster whose father has made a name and place in the world for himself . This is especially • true if the father is President of the United States . But the facts do not justify the attitude . Strictly speaking , only twenty-one Presidents sons , concerning whom there are available records , have grown to manhood . Six Presidents—Washington , Madison , Jackson , Polk , Buchanan ( a bachelor ) and McKinley—left no children . Two—Jefferson and Monroe—left daughters only . President Johnson had two sons , but both died befo...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
TO WOMEN WHO OREAD MOTHERHOOD ! [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1907

TO WOMEN WHO OREAD MOTHERHOOD ! Information How They May Give Birth to Happy , Healthy Children Absolutely i Without Pain—Sent Free . No woman need any longer dread the pains of childbirth ; or remain childless . Dr . J . H . Dye has devoted his life to relieving ; the sorrows of women . He has proved that all pain at child-birth may be entirely banished , and hewln gladly tell you how It may be done atjBOlutelyfree of charge . Send yoarmame and address to Dr . J , H . Dye . 26 ( 1 Lewis Block , Buffalo , N . T .. andhewill Bend you paBtpaidvJiis wonderful hook which tells-. how to sive birth . to happy , healthy children , absblutt ¦ ly without pain ; also liow to cure sterlUty . Do ^ notde lay bat write to-day .

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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