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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
DO YOU WANT YOUR NAME * / - - ~ \ ^ AND ADDRESS \ / * P , to ^ \ ON THIS ^ Mm . r ° \ ^ N ^\ TAG / ^ fc * 8 ^^^?* ^ % / ? We \ ^ J * * Mto ^ S ^ T ^ / Some Are \ fe ^^ JVVfiC ^/ Wide Goi „ g ^^^ &gt;^ y ° tSt Awake Send This ^ &lt;^ 4 g « * « w ^ / » ?*? r i i A iXi ^*** e % KT ^ / Girl Will Complete Outfit ^ ^ - ^ % / Get This PONY = WAGON = HARNESS ^&lt; J Dandy Rig SADDLE = BRIDLE = FRXE For a Little Work RII IY ( thats his name ) is a i « ; ¦ ¦¦¦ ; „ i MJHJMJI fUu grown spotted pony . , i * - • I , * i * ^ d y ° u ever see a P ict ue of the i * , 1 If ¦ I f &gt; Roosevelt children s spotted pony ?) , l &lt; • iff , j J- i ! raised here In the Northwest where k i IgSSt -t . 1 . * T % -. **! ~ r , since early last fall . We found i * &amp; -tiH «! B £ r &gt;^ ** * m \ uf * _ a £ - = , , BUy some time ago , but his owner p J * gi | d ^ KfiK 4 R f ^^ jSh . * * , IVIT ^ ^ finjffl .- ¦ U sS ^ t ™ ¦ ne was sucn an intel , gent ani...
^^ M ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
^^ M ^ SUGGESTIONS FOR THE TUB DRESS . It is the tub dress that occupies the attention of femininity at this season of the year and this is the time when the inexperienced home sewer can fashion her clothes wthout any fears of their not fitting or being too elaborate for her unskilled . fingers . . The simplest wash dress looks just as charming so far as daintiness goes as one of more elaborate pretensions and no one needs to be elaborate in the summertime unless she goes where society entertains itself . The so-callerj lingerie gowns with their rows and rows of lace and exquisite embroidery realize for the summer girl and woman the most beautiful of Fashion s creations as they embody all of the daintiness possible to feminine apparel . The gown represents all grades of values from that which costs but a few dollars to the almost priceless garment possible only for a daughter of Midas . The simpler dresses In French nainsook , Organdie and batiste are exceedingly dainty and may be i...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
Consumption igja Book ^^ trouble , or are yourself afflicted , this book will help you to a cure . Even If you are In the advanced stage of the disease and feel there is no hope , this book will show you how others have cured themselves after all remedies they had tried failed , and they believed their case hopeless . Write at once to the Yonkerman Consumption Remedy Co ., 1654 Water Sreet , Kalamazoo , Mich ., and they will gladly send you the book by return mall free and also a generous supply of the New Treatment , absolutely free , for they want every sufferer to have this wonderful cure before it Is too late . Dont wait—write today . It may mean the saving of your life . VaOTMMMHH ^ H ARTISTIC VASES CHEAP . Itefined people use Kramer s beautiful , artistic Iron Vases to mark the uraves of loved ones . Filled with bloominK plants , ferns . aml evcrprcen vines .-what more sacredly scntlmen tai and beautiful the your round ? So much more so than cold marble tomb stones ! SoarUslle...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
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MOTHER GOOSE [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
MOTHER GOOSE There is no accounting for the strange fate of the books that are published . Gulliver s Travels was written by ¦ Swih to record his hatred of humanity . It lives today as a fairy tale in the nursery . No doubt when Defoe wrote Robinson Crusoe , he thought it would have a fair sale , bringing him a little ready money ; but it is put down as one of the two deathless cosmopolitan classics , the other being Don Quixote . Ti . - ... e is another little book that is very old , surprisingl y old . What makes it live ? You find it in all the book stores , and you see it every holiday in flaring attire placed where the children and their parents can see and buy it . It is the Mother Goose book of rhymes . Have our young readers ever thought how old it is ? It was printed first one hundred and ei g hty-three years ago . The man who printed it has been dead one hundred andi orty-fouvyears . The little boy who was soothed to sleep and quieted when in a bad humor by having the melo...
THE CHOICE OF AN IDEAL . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
THE CHOICE OF AN IDEAL . I ve really quite decided Since I ve come to sweet sixteen I must select a lover To weave in my day dream . I cant abide the sissy boys , Nor yet a prosy sinner , Who only thinks about his pipe And what is good for dinner . The doctors scare me dreadfully , The lawyers are too tonguey , And though I like the artists They are always out of money . The millionaires are grapes too high For little me to reach And ministers at home I fear Are always on the preach . The actors , brokers , diplomats Are nice without a doubt , But to my mind a cowboy Is the nicest thing that s out . My beau must be a cowboy , From out the Golden West In leathern suit and silver spurs , Just like the pictures drest . He must ride a dashing broncho , Be the bravest in the land And to be the height of handsome He must be a trine tanned . And when he throws his lasso Ill let my heart be caught , If only by King Cupid Hell let his own be shot . —May Ildstad
SONGS OF THE NURSERY ; [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
SONGS OF THE NURSERY ; — OR — MOTHER GOOSES MELODIES FOR CHILDREN . PRINTED BY T . FLEET , AT HIS PRINTING HOUSE , PUDDING LANE , 1719 . PRICE , TWO COPPERS . The little book was popular from the start , and made its publisher money . I can almost see now in imagination the children of the then small town of Boston sitting around the fireside listening to their parents reading the verses , and never dreaming that scores of years after they laughed over the wonderful pieces other children would find in them the same delight . But we want to know more about that family . I wish I could tell what became of grandmother Goose , but the histories are silent . Mr . Fleet made money , and built himself a nice mansion on the corner of Water Street in 1731 , having for his sign a heart and crown . Here he lived with his family , printing and editing , and maintained a shop and auction room . This was about the time Benjamin Franklin had a printing shop in Philadelphia and sold feathers and bo...
fn Wvstic Wood . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
fn Wvstic Wood . Offlelal Organ of tJktr 9 fortAwott * m iPujez-tors jCeayu * . MINNE A . POMS , - Editor . Officers of Northwestern Puzzlers League . President . The Tourist , A . W . Rundquist , Crookston , Minn . First Vice President . Molemi , Morton L . Mitchell , Orillia , Iowa . Second Vice President . Rising Sun , Francis M . Kelly Houston , Minn . Secretary . Hyacinth , Laura E . Lent . Stacy , Minn . Treasurer . The Gopher , Joseph M . Heinen , 630 Robert St ., St . Paul , Minn . Official Editor , Minne A . Polls , Mrs . Sarah Gilles , 1027 27 th Ave ., S . E ., Minneapolis , Minn . Directors . « Aunt Jane , Mrs , J . C . Burrill , Hawley , Minn . Frances , Mrs . Myra Powell , Crookston , Minn . Reuben Hayseed , S . O . L . Swartz , Gillette , Minn . Send twenty-five cents to Hyacinth , which pays your subscription to THE FABMEK S WIFE , and League dues . ANSWERS TO APRIL MYSTIFIERS . 15 . All Fool s Day . 18 . Canoe ; ocean . 16 . 1 . Longfellow 19 . 1 . B—hang 2 . Bill N...
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
29 SUA 10 flAHl SWITCH FREE . ITIONS . Bcnda uir . inroMaoiiwndytatnrmail , uiiibawnai , iii ihes long , txomeeluneesishortctem . koge with switch turnittoustlMl 6 If fonndezactly est extraordinary keeplt , « RH »« ead &gt; dajl er TIB OS8 IT » I . M EACH deendtoue . weto hemdlrec «&gt; jm »» • flerraotfredif iialmai ikn jw nnfcr rear TtlsPom- ^ flpm 90 « r j ^ B » M « 4 tai B ^ BTaVMi Mr to B ^ EY eaWOTtr 44 p ^ kw « fMidland B if with or WW without AY / friBM in S ( root . tornrthnrrnioM . • Accrue . AaMrew iUHum , ww CHICAGO . BED BUG EXPELLER £ &amp; £ S BID BUGS , FLEAS , COCKROACHE 8 . UCE , ANTS and all kinds ot INSECTS . No matter how Sany other kinds you haye tried and failed , TOY [ BIS . We guarantee It to rid ahoo . se effectually and permanently of INSECTS or money refunded . It does Sot le « e i » y STAIN , DUST , DIM or SHELL , jtopre elated by every good housekeeper . Price , 25 CENTS by mall , prepaid . ( Wholesale price to agent * « ea fM dr...
% im ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
% im ^ R \\\\\\\\\\ A \ wm JV . A , fiottrse . Editor . Place the coop containing the Juno chicks in a shady place where they will be comfortable and grow fast during : the hot weather . Do not use close ,. stuffy . coops during warm weather . Malte them , as open as possible so that the air may . • circulate freely in them . Overfeeding in hot weatheris a prolific source of trouble , both with mature fowls and with chicks . Neither should have more at each meal . than will be consumed within a , short time . • At this season of the year young ducks that are four weeks old need no shelter except from the sun and rain . - Open sheds or simply water-tight roofs set on posts are sufficient . Feeding a wet mash to little chicks will almost invariably Cause bowel trouble . If moistened mash is fed at all it should be so dry that It is crumbly and not fed more than twice each day . If the chicks appear droopy look for tho big head lice that bore into their , heads . Whether you Arid these...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
TO WOMEN WHO DREAD MOTHERHOOD Information How They May Give Birth to Happy , Healthy Children Absolutely 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 lias proved that all pain at childbirth may be entirely banished , nnd he will gladly tell you how it may be done absolutely free of charge . Send your name nnd address to Dr . J . H . Dye . 250 tewls Block , Buffalo . N . * ., and he will send you . postpaid , his wonderful book , which tells how to give birth to happy , healthy children , absolutely ulthout pain : nlso how to cure sterility . Do not deny hut write to-day .
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
Eye and Ear BOOKFREE HOWTO REGAIN SIGHT ANDHEAR 1 NG Even the general ^ notpledg this book imparts will • finable you by yourself gmwm to overcome-many , your simple ailments . tJ ^ Ifeeleertainthatmy bookT on Eye und Ear troubles / which I offer to send free f to every afflicted one wlio I writes to me Is without a Jifltt doubt the beet book of theism kind ever sent out . It 18 ImSi written in plain , every-1 ^* day language so that all I can understand and it con-1 talus a great- deal of valu- IA able Information abont the lM ^ cause and cure of Faliing ^ Eyesight , Cataract , Granu lated Lids . Scums , Sore Eyes , wP Deafness , Head Noises , IMngrag and Buzzing In the Discharging Ears and CaUrrh etc , It is full of Bplondld lllue * ( rations , and I have aimed to wv . tfi this book so that it will prove of the greatest benefit MtMk \\ to all who read it . Write for mKe \\\\\\\\\ m a copy and judge for yourself . It will not cost you a single cent ; It will please me greatly to se...
Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
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b & iflty [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
b &amp; iflty 2 &gt; . A . Wallace . Editor . Tlie cow is tin watchful of the feed box as the man is of the dinner bell . It Is a good thing to be regular with both . The only way to tell whether or not yon have a profitable milch cow is by the use of the scales and the Babcock test . Get acquainted with your cows . Some of them may need a little petting In the way of feed and others may need restraining . When the milk yields drop off in tho middle of the milking period there Is limmlfy sonicthlrfg wrong . It is up to you to find out what It is . i Too much skim milk makes sick calves . If you have any trouble with your calves cut down the skjm milk the first thing and Bee if this is not where the trouble lies . Bran is the best grain food with which to keep up milk yields In the spring before good grass , comes . It is laxative In its nature and rich in protein , which makes milk . Warts on the cow s udder may be removed by clipping them off with a sharp knife or s...