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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
OX BLOOD TABLETS rOR THIN PEOPLE . FIRST $ 1 . 00 BOX FOR 25 CENTS ( WHAT tlisll lUOIIllKII . W . A . HENDERSON DRUG CO . 40 IH First Street , CLAR 1 NDA , IOWA . TttWhW &amp; ViBak , DRINKHABITCURED No person need be a slave to DRINK . Four bottles of R 0 UQIL will positively cure tlie worst cusc of ALCOHOLISM . Uouqil is pleasant to take , is a nerve builder , and harmless to n child . There is no bud effect , Thousands of cases have been cured by Rouqil . Price per bottle , S 1 . 00 . Write for literature . THE NORUIUBEGA CO ., DEPT . E , 31 g Dearhorn St .. CHICAGO .
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
I The old pan way of raising cream dont ^ MTll ^ kjfl pay—it s too mussy andiussy—too much ^^ 9 ^ P &lt; .. H work for the women . And it don t pay ^ ULf ^^ p ^ H in dollars and cents because you actually « HBIHaHH lose SO per cent of the cream you ought to get . Yfltt can increase your cream product about SO per cent over pan setting ; 33 per cent over cans set in cold water ; 25 per cent over patent creamers or dilution cans by using the SHARPIES TUBULAR SEPARATOR Besides you can skim the milk immediately after milking—save the handling and the expense of storage . A good milk-house costs more than - |» , /? T \ a Tubular and isnt half so pro- r * 1 tmW . rT ^ Stable—even if you already have I | i- jj | I 1 *¦ ¦ ¦ the milk-house it will pay in la- ^ . JPi lmk bor saved , in crocks and pans saved , ^ || j jj j- ^^ a and the increase in cream will be all Tf H Jjj clear profit . Of course , when you buy tfJfSf ^ fl ^ a separator , you want the one that will jMl \ Ltj get you ...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1907
EVERY KNOWN DISEASE CAN BE CURED WITHOUT THE USE OF MEDICINE In the past quarter . of a century , I have proven In thousands of cases that diseases that were considered incurable can be cured without a drop of medicine , and I am convinced that there are in reality , no incurable diseases . There are thousands of people alive and well to-day , who testify that I have saved their lives , after all other earthly help had failed , I cured every one of these cases with magnetism . Magnetism is the greatest law-of-cure God has given to man . Man s ability to cure • Jisease ( conditions is limited only by the extent of his knowledge of nature s laws . I have used magnetism exclusively as a therapeutic agent , for a period of over twenty-seven years , and I have yet to know of a diseased condition that magbody , will at once set up a harmonious vibration that assists in the metabolic changes that must be constantly maintained , in order to preserve Tiealth . ^^^^ Hi By using my famous Thac...
Letters From Mrs . Goodwill to Her Friend BertKa . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1907
Letters From Mrs . Goodwill to Her Friend BertKa . V . Home , June 6 , 1807 . My Dear Bertha : I was so glad that my last letter was just what you needed , also that you have a cow ! Indeed it does make it easier to previde for your family table . Wo would not feel we could ilve without a cow , we have always kept one since the children came . You again ask about systematic housekeeping , so Ill give you my idea . There are those who have castiron rules . They must do just such things , on just such days of each week , no matter what happens nor how nruch discomfort is caused the family . Because it Is a rule of mine , they expect to be excused . Such people are my special aversion . Yet many women put the system and rules they have formulated , before the comfort of everyone . I do not call them good housekeepers , for to my mind a good housekeeper is a good homemaker . To be sure , in order to keep a homelike house , one must have a degree of system and order . A dirty and disorde...
One Summer in a Garden . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1907
One Summer in a Garden . BY F . H . SWEET . WRITTEN FOR THE , I had always associated the country with an unlimited suppl y of fruit and vegetables , so the first thing I did after finding myself firmly established as the proprietor of a small suburban place was to make a critical examination of the ground with a view to a possible garden . It was good soil , my neighbors said , but needed a little fertilizer . So I purchased fertilizer , and a gardening book , and supplementing these with such gratuitous advice as the disinterested seemed disposed to give , soon found myself in a fair way to become a food producer . By the time I arrived at a strawberry bed I was well across the tedious plain of amateurdom . I did not have the remotest idea of taking m a partner , but when the strawberry plants came and I carried them out to my nicely prepared bed , I noticed that a robin flew promptly from a neighboring apple tree and watched me with much interest and approval . When I walked acro...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1907
DONT DELAY IN SENDING US YOUR ORDER WE SELL EVERYTHING . Our Hay Tool Outfits are the very best ana arc sold for one-half the price that others ask . Wo can ship all orders for Hay Tool Outfits \ th ° ^ O ^ T ^ llTour prices arc F . 0 . B . Minneapolis , which saves you considerable in freight as compared with eastern quotations . Our Implement . Catalogue will be sent free if you ask for it . It describes ; HayOutfits amieverything in the Buggy , 1 arm Implement and Harness Line . ¦ OUR SPECIAL NO . 342 , 88 PAGE BARGAIN LIST JUST ISSUED . It contains everything wearable , eatable anil drinkable , You will niui many new goons therein and thousands of bargains on all goods . Write today for our No . 342 IWgain List . It is tree . „ , _ ,, ¦« . __ .- __« - Minn a u uluu mms ua k rHE T . IK . ROBERTS CO-OPERATIVE SUPPLY CO ., Dept . FWJT 7 ^ imn ^ BS lSiJS ! £ ! L illu . trnilon of In JCSlk . J / Mim ^ SSSS ^^ ¦ ^ MUmSmmM I WWWmmtSnfJtn ^ SHIHlHHPBrW ^^ m •• ¦ = i . 7 i ^ . JW- mi M I...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1907
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oj % T ASS Wm & i OGILVIES , ^^ g ^ p r [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1907
oj % T ASS Wm &amp; i OGILVIES , ^^ g ^ p r By Mary Castle Mils De Cou . By Mary Castle Mils De Cou . Synopsis of Previous Chapters Captain Coverly was passing tho 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 taverni as though the safe were being broken into , goes down stairs , p istol in hand , to investigate . Opening the door she is confronted by Legrand—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 search of the Captain . Instantly springing to her feet sire touches a spring near the chimney piece and goes through the secret passage thus opened , to the wainscot ...
Bennettville s Great Day A Fourth of July Story . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1907
Bennettville s Great Day A Fourth of July Story . BY E LLEN L . FERRY . Bennettville was stirred from center to circumference over the question of a 4 th of July celebration . For some years there had been no special observance of the day beyond the sending up of small displays of fireworks by different families in the evening and the shooting of toy pistols and cannon crackers by boys during the day . Most of the younger people and many of their elders , however , were attracted to other towns near , which boasted of being more patriotic because of their noise making demonstrations and spectacular fireworks . This year the matter was canvassed early among the business men of Bennettville , the majority ; of whom , if not all , it was understood , were in favor of getting up a celebration that should eclipse anything of the kind ever before known in the county . Some such statement had been made in their one newspaper , and reprinted in the papers of the other county towns before th...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1907
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1907
To Possess a Healthful and Pearly use Glenn s Sulphur Soap with warm water daily . For pimples , redness , roughness , sunburn , nothing compares with Glenn s Sulphur Soap Sold by druggists . Hill s Hair and Whisker Dye , Black or Brown , SOc Skin Highland Park College , ** $ T h A college that meets the demands of . modern education . Nino large buildings ; Extensive Equipments ! A Faculty ol Specialists ! 2 , 000 students annually . COURSES OFFERED , 1 . Collens 6 . Unlit ! 9 . Pen Arti a . flonull O . Oratory ; 10 . TelecTiphY ! I . KmEineflrloe . ratl 7 . Commercial ! 11 . RallwaySlall 4 . Pharmacy ; b chs ) 8 . Shorthand ; 12 . Bummer School . Correspondence Courses la almost all subjects . Write tor fine now catalogue . O . HIOHGWEU , Pres . HICHlAND PARK COL ! EGE , DesMoines , la _
The Tea Cup Inn [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1907
The Tea Cup Inn BY DORA BACHELLER WRITTEN ron THE FARMER S WIFE All of Washington points with pride to the success of the Tea Cup Inn . And well it may . It shows what women may do If there is an honest purpose in view and honest effort for the attainment of that purpose . At the end of the Spanish-American war the Daughters of the American Revolution opened , for the benefit of tho widows , wives , daughters and sisters of tho soldiers who fought In that war , a lunch room . Never , at any time , was It a success financially , or a help to any one . There was much dissension among those in charge and in a few months the business was turned over to Miss Annah and Miss Katherine Coleman for a small mon The Old Bancroft Home ey consideration . At that time there was no place In Washington to get a lunch unless one went to a regular restaurant . It was a most opportune time for the right people to start something of the kind . These two sisters were the only daughters of one of Washing...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1907
Six Silver Spoons ; Afi ^ QUADRUPLE STERLING SILVER PLATED \ If || fPfck Warranted For Ten Years . * lawWtrre-ISUff The chief point oi excellence in these spoons is the fact ¦ HUeTa * tjW that in beauty and richness of design they rival the best of ? ¦ KflSirrA &lt; Jn » Sterling ware . To do this the manufacturers have put the nmu # ^ W same care and expert workmanship into the creation oi the ? UW yV &amp; ii . *« l design that is put into solid silver . Then they have given BHI I L ? V ^ - * t 2 f / tne s P ° on 8 an extra heavy . s : lver plate , equaling any , and ? iHlif ¦ surpassing most silver-plated ware . Thus they have given uU Kifi m us a 8 P 00 n which at once has the elegance and originality ? KM Si * KI ° ^ ie Sterling ware and the durability and superior wearing ¦ Hi fK * M qualities of the heavy plated spoon , a most happy combination . ? fit I THE W , LD R 0 SE PATTERN . &gt; tUMir •!/ ^ his 8 undoubtedl y the most popular among Sterling Sil...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1907
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HEART AND HOME TALKS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1907
HEART AND HOME TALKS . How hard it is for parents to realize that their children are children no longer . Even though their eyes see them In tho stature of men and women their understanding seems holden , and they continue to treat them as the boys and girls of ten years ago . In homes where the grown sons and daughters are treated as equals by their parents , taken into their confidence , their wishes consulted and heeded about tho farm and household management ; and where , instead of having their clothing bought for them , and whatever their parents think necessary supplied , they aro given a certain sum each month or year , or a share of the proceeds from certain farm -products whose care or cultivation they share , to use independently for themselves , none leave home except as they go out to make homes of their own , and then with the blessing of their parents , who advise and assist the— in every way possible . We hear a great deal about the lack of respect and consideration ...