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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
THE CHICAGO HOUSE WRECKING CO . SAVES YOU 30 TO 50 PER CENT II This Mammoth Sale of Sheriffs and Receivers Stocks Is the MOST WONDERFUL BARGAIN ottering ever advertised . Such an opportunity seldom occurs . We are the only company la the world devoted to the purchase and sale of BANKRUPT STOCKS . By our unique methods we are able to sell you the . highest grades ot merchandise of every kind at prices that seldom represent the original cost ot production . In these days othlgh prevailing prices , when trusts and combinations control every manufactured line , we give you a CHANCE TO ECONOMIZE In your purchases . The costliest ot merchandise Is sold by us 30 % to 50 % lower than you can purchase it tor elsewhere . The time to ACT Is TODAY , while this Bargain Sale Is taking place . Dont wait until It s too late . Act quickly . That s the way to save money . You need have no hesitation In I buying from us . We fully protection , it you dont like the goods , all you need to do Is to retu...
T * Fui ^^^ r ^ oj % TASS llpj <* OGILYIES , ***** ^^ I l | F ^ Dy Mary Castle Allis De Cou . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
T * Fui ^^^ r ^ oj % TASS llpj &lt;* OGILYIES , ***** ^^ I l | F ^ Dy Mary Castle Allis De Cou . Synopsis of Previous Chapters . Captain Coverly was passing the night at White Horse Inn on his way to Gen . Arnold with important dispatches . At midnight Sallie Campbell , hearing a grating noise from the public room of the tavern , as though the safe were being b oken into , goes down stairs , pistol in liana , to investigate , Opening the door she is confronted by Legraiw—Silver Fox—in the role of a burglar . While planning how to capture him without arousing the household , her arms are pinioned from behind by a British scout , and she realizes that she is the prisoner , and that they have in reality come in search of Captain Coverly . Leaving her locked in the room the two men proceed to go through the Inn in searcli of the Captain . CHAPTER II . THE WITCHCRAFT OF SALLY CAM ? BELL . Sally held herself quietly in her seat until the last echo of the receding footsteps had die...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
Bringing Our Big Store j ^ m \ Right to Your Farm Mm ? Wi SL That s What Buying By Mail From fl ^ a ^^ K ^ . OurMammoth Catalog Means f i 4 ^^^^^^ S &amp;^ It means that you don t even have to go to town to buy your supplies . Yon ^ j ^^^ LVm ^^^ jJ ^ W ^^^ ^ % / MJ ^ f S ¦ 6 $ r * ~~ * can sit in the quiet of your home , wi . h the family gathered round , and at your t \ ma ^ , T ^ ~^ $ S £ ySl £ Z 3 ^ lt / jNr jjk &amp;^ t ^ Z &amp; gL leisure , away from the persuasive influence of the slick salesmen , order the things J ^ BJK ^^^^^ == ~^^^ tW ^^~^^ M , aKjl § , S § flil § l ?? ? &gt; you need . Yon can compare the various goods and fit your purse ^ -you « n buy 1 /^ mmKS ^^^ —~ ¦ f ^ Mt /^&amp;&amp; % 2 r intelligently and deliberately without any trouble , and each member of the / fflffljHHE ^ P « ^^ f ^ kS ^ \ - /^ Ox ^ family can be there to have a say as to what they prefer . Buying by mail from M meKmm &gt; 3 Sm /^^ r ...
^^ LPltOVroMffiJlIM ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
^^ LPltOVroMffiJlIM ^ By Caroline Kettle By Caroline Kettle Bob Marshall and I batched in Colorado • all last summer and we enjoyed every day of it , except the one on which the Bishop and his sister visited us . You see we had both of us known the Bishop and Miss Agatha at home , and we had not the least objection to them in their proper place—Bob explained this to me while we were getting lunch—but it did seem as though the proper place for a bishop and his sister was not in a one-roomed cabin in the Rocky Mountains , ten miles from a civilized meal . Of course , if we had been heathen and they missionaries , it would have been , different , but we were not and they were not . We were Christian gentlemen , living close to nature—which means we caught as many fish and lolled as much game as we could—and they were two improvident people who had lost the trail and were hungry . The Bishop said it was a special Providence which showed them our cabin , but that was when he first arrive...
PILES [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
PILES Wonderful New 3 = Fold Remedy Curing Thousands—Anyone May Try It Without Cost . Send Your Address Today and Get a $ 1 Package to Try—FREE . We want every sufferer from piles who sees this advertisement to send us his or her address at once . Return mail will bring—Free to Try—our complete new three-fold absorption cure for Piles , Ulcer , Fissure , Prolapse , Tumors , Constipation and all rectal troubles . If you are full y satisfied w i t h the benefit received , send us One Dollar . If not , we take your word and it costs you nothing ; you decide after a thorough trial . This treatment is curing even cases of 30 and 40 years standing , as well as all the earlier stages . Act now and perhaps save yourself great suffering . Our three-fold treatment cures to stay cured , because it is constitutional as well as local , and we want you to try it at our expense . Our valuable new Pile Book ( in colors ) comes free with the approval treatment , all in plain package . Send no money-...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
WOULD YGU LIKE TO EARN 1 , 200 to £ , 000 PER YEAR ? YOU Can do it . We guarantee a Salary of $ 1 , 200 a Year . Do You want to enter a Business life that will make more than that for the hustling man ? One years time to reach it . The expense is Nominal . No Opposition The greatest opening for the Hustler of any line to day . One Hundred energetic men in each state arc Wanted at once , for spring opening . Address with stamp enclosed , A . H . DOTY , Mgr . 476 Utrachell Ave .. St . Paul . Nina . -FROM- . ,
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
TOBACCODEATH HOW TO PREVENT IT . Thousands are being wronged , robbed and murdered by Tobacco , the moat treacherous drug , and the most Insidious foe to mankind , tlmt does KB dastardly work so silently , so slowly ( but oh ! so purely ) that It is never condemned publicly like whiskey , opium , morphine and cocaine . fljfrf ^^ J 0 ^ nmarffk ^ ^ fe | - «^ -Si I can prove it kills the heart , dufla the intellect , diseases stomach , liver , kidneys and nerves , while Its poor foolish victims doctor in vain for chronic diseases until death . TOBACCO DEATH clutches the heart and claims them . FREE TREATMENT CUHES many , and I can prove that thousands have been redeemed from lives of tilavery and disease by using this wonderful new remedy to cure the tobacco-craving habit . I gladly send free trial in Tablet form for willing patients , orPowder form ( for tit © unwilling ) which may be given secretly , in tea , coffee or food , Send at once , for you will lose no pleasure , and will sa...
PLANT FLOWERS EVERYWHERE [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
PLANT FLOWERS EVERYWHERE Every farmi home is so easily and inexpensively made a place of beauty by planting flowers all about it that it seems strange there should be a single country home that Is not embowered in greenery and blossoms . They should be planted everywhere , and with little care and attention will yield such a wealth of growth and bloom as will transform the most unsightly places into objects of beauty . If you have ! little time to give to their care and cultivation , plant only the most common hardy sorts that bloom profusely , petunias , nasturtiums , portulacca , poples , pansles and asters and morning glories , scarlet runners and the wild cucumber for screeni and shades . A flower garden and set beds are not necessary . Indeed , to plant flowers in nooks and corners here and there and to grow vines forscreenand shade will be productive of more beauty and pleasure . Have the children put sortie seeds in here and there that are to be their special eare and so begi...
The Farmer ' s Wife [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
The Farmer s Wife PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY THE WEBB PUBLISHING COMPANY , 47-51 E . 4 th Steet , St . PAUL , MINN . EDITORIAL STAFF , ELLA 8 . WEBB , SI . D ., MANAGING EDITOR . MBS . I . J . STEPHENS , EDITORIAL PAGES , MOTHER S COUNCIL HOME CLUB , CORRESPONDENCE . MRS . MARGARET J . BLAIR , MODEL SEWING , GARMENT DRAFTING AND HOIIE ART . C . 8 . HARRISON , AMONG THE FLOWERS , DR . ELLA S . WEBB , HEALTH TALKS . EDITH RAYMOND , OUR YOUNG FOLKS , ROUND TABLE . MINNIE A . POLES , PUZZLE DETAKTMENT . CHICAGO OEFICE : GEORGE W . HERBERT , 1730 FIRST NAT . BINE BLDO . NEW YORK OFFICE : H . G . S 05 IMEB . MAN , TEMPLE COURT . TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS : Single Subscriptions 25 Cents a Year in Advance ; 35 Cents per Year in St . Paul and 50 Cents to CanadaAdvertising Rates : 40 cents per aeate line based on a Guaranteed Circulation exceeding 100 , 000 Copies Each Issue . _ Every Subscription is stopped at the expiration , subscribers are not required to notify the publishers to stop . If the subsc...
THE SOWER . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
THE SOWER . Behold , a sower went forth to sow , not in the old-time as now riding afield in state , but scattering the seed nevertheless with the same hope of growth and fullness of ear and reward of harvest as our sowers of today , who with their greater knowledge of what constitutes the good ground prepare all so well that little seed is wasted among thorns and in stony places . How wonderful are nature s processes , which , from the tiny seed hidden in the dark earth , bring forth so quickly and miraculously such wondrous growths and carrying them on to their perfection in the fullness of time out of her fruitful bosom provides for all the needs of man . Natures processes , we call them , set in motion and carried on by the action of such universal and unchanging law that our faith in the promise of the reaping time never falls , nor our labors go unrewarded . In a very special and most beautiful sense are those who . go forth to sow co-workers with God , as , guided by the chan...
A NEW CONTRIBUTOR . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
A NEW CONTRIBUTOR . One of the attractions of forthcoming numbers of the Farmer s Wife will be a series of articles upon American women who are actively engaged In industrial , commercial or philanthropic work , and who have accomplished something by their Individual efforts worthy of note for them , selves or humanity . Sllss Dora Bacheller . The women who , unaided by wealth or position , have carried out ambitious purposes to successful ends , are entitled to stand side by side with those whose attainments have been greater only because their opportunities were greater , and the work of women of both classes will be described . Miss Dora Bacheller , herself a selfmade woman , who has , therefore , a thorough appreciation of woman s opportunities and limitations , will be the writer of the series , the first article of which will appear in The Farmer s Wife for June . Miss Bacheller is a western woman , a graduate of the Nebraska State University , and has had considerable experie...
CO-OPERATION THE WATCHWORD . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
CO-OPERATION THE WATCHWORD . There is no question but that the farmer s Is the most poorly paid of any vocation in life under present conditions—he realizes the smallest returns upon his capital invested and the least reward for his labor of any class of investors or work ers . He has so long been told that he must Increase his returns from the soil by better and more diversified methods , etc ., that he had really begun to think that the reason he could not accumulate wealth was owing to his own mismanagement . And the thought and study he has given to improvement along lines of agricultural production have been beneficial also in other ways . For he has not only been led to employ better methods of farming , but into habits of reading and reasoning that have revealed to him his real place In the scheme of human life . He sees now that he is the real wealth producer , though not to his own enrichment . -The greater portion of the results of his labor go to enrich transportation cor...
PRESENT DAY COMMENTS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
PRESENT DAY COMMENTS . Millions lost and won in railway stocks in Wall Street , yet the business interests of the country remaining undisturbed , should prove of how little real value such Blocks are these days in the hands of unscrupulous managers and manipulators—composed mostly of water ! Government ownership or control of railroads seemed a dream of the future a few weeks ago , yet today it appears a very present possibility . Railway managers were so busy piling up millions for themselves and combining various lines and properties that they had not time to attend to their duties properly as public servants and are now being made to feel the public s displeasure and power . As a Christian nation the United States has always felt that God is on our side , and now with so forceful an executive at its head there is no doubt but that the battle against monopolistic greed and capitalistic combines that have threatened to impoverish its people will be won , and the country will be sav...
FREE THE CHILDREN . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
FREE THE CHILDREN . A carefree childhood and an education for every child will be secured when and only when its parents are granted a living wage for their toll . When manufacturers and other employers are compelled to pay a fair price for the labor that enriches them will the shackles of the slavery poverty enforces be struck from the limbs of little children . How gladly would every parent watch his children skipping gaily through the sunlight to school , were it not that the necessity for bread to sustaln life dooms them to labor in dark corners . The investigation of the child labor question has only begun when the children who toll under such heartrending conditions are found . Those who furnish them employment should be interviewed , their names and methods published , and such public prejudice excited against the purchase of goods of any description on which child labor has been employed that there would be no market for them . The laborer should be encouraged to demand at l...
CHEAP FARM HOMES . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
CHEAP FARM HOMES . In no other way can a farm home be so cheaply and easily secured as to buy land at some one of the public sales of state and school lands that are still held periodically in all of the northwestern states . The lands are sold at public auction , often for so low a price as $ 6 per acre , only 15 per cent of the purchase price and the Interest for one year has to be paid In cash , and the balance may run forty years thereafter , if desired , upon payment of the interest annually at 4 per cent . Those Interested should write to the state auditors of the several states and learn where and when such sales are to be held the coming summer . While cultivating Ihe crops cultivate habits—of cheerfulness , patience , hopefulness , and the capacity to find pleasure in the round of everyday life .
HEART AND HOME TALKS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
HEART AND HOME TALKS . We are told that wo make our own happiness In this world , whfcli Is largely true . The mental attitude has more to do with happiness making than anything ; else . The hopeful , optimistic person will be cheerful , even happy In circumstances that would be hard for others to bear . We all need to inventory our causes for happiness occasionally . But , Instead , wo are prone , to too often magnify and sum up such causes as we can find for unliapplness . There are too many misery makers In the world and too few happiness builders . To the healthy optimist every new day brings opportunities of unlimited posssibllitles . He looks Into the face of every one he meets for a message of cheer . The handclasp of a friend is to him a great lieartener . He feels that life is indeed a good gift , granted upon so beautiful a spot as this wonderful earth that is ever being recreated and beautified , and whose resources for man s comfort and convenience , wonderfully as many ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
TAKE NOTICE . When this paragraph Is marked with blue pencil It la to notify the subscriber that the time will be out with the next number and that we will stop it if not renewed , When this Is marked with red pencil It means your time Is out and if you want It continued yon must send 25 cents in stamps or postal note at once . Change Of Addre 99-When a subscriber removes and changes her address , notify us at once , but in doing so 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 the paper which we will not be able to supply as we cannot guarantee to furnish back numbers of the paper .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1907
ANNOUNCEMENT . Every farmer s wife should consider thisher paper , and regard herself as a member of Our Home Club 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 feeling and in fact a member of THE FARMER S WIFE S great Home Club , every one of wuomlsactuated by the spirit of mutual helpfulness . r- &gt; ENTERED AT THE POST-OFFICE AT ST . PAULAS SECOND-CLASS HATTER .