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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1907
/^ CTC MM § I PICTURE PROVES IT F-TT ^ I uETS HLVmBgmJs &amp; THtCREAM E ^ M ™ mm We were onl y making about 12 pounds of butter a week . MPT The first week the U . S . Separator was in our house , we made ST 26 pounds , a gain of 14 pounds over the old way . This | 3 &amp; increase would well repay any farmer to buy a U . S . Separator . JpyTjLi January 6 , 1907 . Auburn , lit . WALTER S . WOOLSEY . SMJMEMBTM The picture above shows how clean the U . S . skims—ifllT ^ rnJEtPh H ° ^ 8 * ne World s Record—and with its simple bowl itn I HmllnjL onty ^ V 31 ^ inside ) , easy-running , self-oiling gearing , Mil K tlWuSa low milk tank , strong frame and proved durability ml III ill vBUlni ~ t le ^ S- is far and away the best separator . Blium wwr law That s what users say after trying other kinds . ¦ ¦ BamMJL \ Ym \* tdfB \ Send for handsome free catalog telling ALL about its conHI || j || B ^ JM ^||&gt; l BtB stlucUon and operation . Just write for No . 46 today ...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1907
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iA New School for Lace Making . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
iA New School for Lace Making . BY DORA BACHELLEK WRITTEN ron THE FARMER S WIFE . There are In the city of New York alone between three and tour hundred thousand Italian immigrants . There are entire blocks and one could with truthfulness say , entire streets given over to the habitation of Italians , making of certain portions of the city a little Italy . Much is written of the anarchistic tendencies of the Italians but on the whole they are looked upon by the authorities as peace loving , Industrious and law abiding citizens . They are a gentle people and their artistic sense and artistic acuteness of perception Js as great as in the days of their forefathers . It is a latent power for it has been dormant these many years , but only for the reason that the world has , in its mad rush for fads , overlooked some of the art of the medieval days and of the Renaissance . These are times when extravagance is thekeynote of living in all classes and to furnish the new and artistic , it ha...
Letters From Mrs . Goodwill to Her Friend Bertha . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
Letters From Mrs . Goodwill to Her Friend Bertha . Home , July 8 , 1907 . Dear Bertha : —To think that I forgot to speak of my new fangled churn when I wrote about my helps to housekeepers ! I am glad you asked me about one , for imine Is a dandy , as the children say . Just large enough to use for one cow s cream and brings the butter so . quickly . It is called the Improved Cylinder Churn . You can find out all about it by referring to your catalogue . Of course they are more expensive than * a dash churn , but one ean save In time , strength and patience , and you know , according to my creed , that Is the true economy . You beg for hints on canning fruits . I am not going to enter into detail as to how to can , quantity of sugar , etc , for you can find all this in your cook book and papers ; but I m , going to give you a few hints as to combination of different fruits , and some easy methods of my own . I never tire myself out , and every one else , byl standing over the stove ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
Highland Park College , ° M , * r * A college that meets tiie demands of modern education . Nine large buildings ; Kxtenslve Equipments ; A Faculty of Specialists ; 2 , 000 students annually . COUItSKS OFIftREn , 1 . College ) 6 . Music ; O . Fen Art ; a . Normal ) &amp; Oratory ; 10 . Tciccraphyt , t , Engineering , ( all 7 . Commercial ; 11 . Kail way Hal I 4 , Pharmacy ! o cha ) 8 . Shorthand : 12 , Summer School , Correspondence Courses In almost all subjects . Write for fine new catalogue . 0 . H . LONGWELL , Pres . HIGHLAND PARK COUEGE . DesMoines . la Nichols EXPERT School SHORTHAND , TYPEWRITING , BOOKKEEPING , TELEGRAPHY AND Reporters Post-Graduate Course for Stenographers PAYS RAILROAD FARE 200 MILES . GUARANTEES EMPLOYMENT . CHANCES FOR MANY TO EARN EXPENSES . SEND FOR CATALOGUE . MALCOLM EMORY NICHOLS COURT AND CONVENTION REPORTER AND CORPS OP BXPERT INSTRUCTORS Easnc Building , 23 East 6 th Street , ST . PAUL , MINNESOTA 7
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
Synopsis of Previous Chapters Captain Coveriy was passing the night at White Horse Inn on his way to Gen . Arnold with important dispatches . At midnight Saliie Campbell hearing a grating noise from the public room ol the tavern , as though the safe were being broken into , goes down stairs , pistol 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 i 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 Coveriy , 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 she touches a spring near the chimney piece and goes through the secret passage thus opened , to the wainscot chamber , where she hastily awakens Captain Coveriy and hurries him into the narrow little room , just in tim...
< M O @ t 5 'WlPEr - [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
&lt; M O @ t 5 WlPEr - li &gt; y tf &amp; leiQFr &amp; . noesffunbin £ ton The talk about you an that Renard girl has got to be stopped , Bob , said Jason Billiard with • a suddenness that brought a flood of color to Bob s surprised young face . I wont have my sons name rumored in with the likes of them Renards even in ; jest . For a moment Bob met his father s grim gaze in silence then his head went back a little . MSUy Renard cant help what her folks do , said he defensively , Its unfair ! to look down on her on their account . I aint talking about Mllly , but the hull gang , not one of them which has ever amounted to shucks , said Jason sternly . The Renards is looked down on by everybody that knows em an by good rights too . Look at Sam , in jail for runnin a still . What about old Peter Renard an his onery ways ? The girls dont drink or loaf but nobody of any account would think of marryin any of em . I may as well tell you now that Ive asked Mil...
OUR HOME CLUB . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
OUR HOME CLUB . BY MRS . L . J . STEPHENS . We have a very full meeting this time , and are glad to hear from so many of our members . The new ones are most welcome , and every reader of the paper is invited to bring into these Informal meetings any ideas , suggestions or experiences that will be helpful to housekeepers , mothers or teachers . The problem of the family purse Is already vexing the soul of one of our happy young wives , and we hope a number of our older members will * be moved to advise her In our next meeting and help her to solve It so that the future may hold no unpleasant financial complications . This matter is one that should be talked over and a satisfactory adjustment made very early In married life—indeed , it Is well for the two to have a perfect understanding upon the subject before marriage . And this is the more easily arrived at through the thoughtfulness of the prospective bride s parents , who should talk over with the future husband every point that w...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
pa ITS ^^ H Do Yon , or Your Children , or any of Your HB ^ BM IPrlenda , or Yoar Friends Children suffer from ^^ H Epileptic Fits or Falling Sickness ? ^^^ ha nvM Thousand ! Have Bean Rallaved i jfafafafafafafj when all else have failed , by the use of my i jfXfXfXfXfafafl New Olacovaty and Treatment . ^^^^^^ H Do not delay or experiment further , when ^ B ^ a ^ a ^ i ^ H yon can Bend at once and get a ^^ M Free Bottle of Eplleptlctde . ^^ Hl Fall dire ctions and Testimonials from my pa- ^^ H tients . When writing , give AGE and FULL B ^ L ^ I ADDEESS . W . H . MAY , M . D ., M * Pearl Street , New Yo * When Feet are Tired and Sore Bathe tbem with Glenns Sulphur Soap and luke warm water . The relief is im mediate , grateful and comfort ing . Sold by druggists . Glenns Sulphur Soap HIU S Hnirand Whisker Dye , BlackorBrown , 50 - - - c . Ik , Corns , Bunions , Warts and Moles ul V TP ^ - ^ quickly removed by entire new proccis . Guix * I-Yvjf « fcr an teed or money refunded . fartlcu...
EDUCATE THEM FOR THE FARM . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
EDUCATE THEM FOR THE FARM . When our country boys and girls na \ e a true conception of the real dignity and usefulness of farming , and understand that it is the primal occupation upon ¦ which every other pursuit and Interest . in life depends , because it furnishes the means to sustain life , they will be content to remain on the farm and devote all the time and means possible toward securing an education along the lines that will prepare them for carrying on all farming operations more scientifflcally and profitably , and of course therefore more ple asurably . There Is not another so independent an occupation , in which the individual has so much freedom of thought and effort or so much time for reading and study . it And if one does not naturally possess he may develop such a love and appreciation of the wonders of nature spread so • lavishly all about him that he will find all his work afield , where his eye may feast upon and his ear hearken to them , a series of constant enj...
The Farmer ' s Wife [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
The Farmer s Wife PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY THE WEBB PUBLISHING COMPANY , 47-51 E . 4 th Steet , ST . PAUL , MINN . EDITORIAL STAFF , ELLA S . WEBB , M . O ., MAiuoixd EDITOR . MRS . L . J . STEPHENS , EDITORU &amp; PAGES , MOTHER S COUNCIL HOME CLUB , CORRESPONDENCE . MRS . MARGARET J . BLAIR , KOHEL BEWINO , QABKENT Diureuto AKD Hon AM . O . 8 . HARRISON , AMONO TBI ! FLOWERS . DR . ELLAS . WEBB , HEALTH TALKS . BDITH RAYMOND , orja Yoireo FOLKS , ROUND TAELI . MINNIE A . FOLEH . PuzlUi DEPARTMENT . CniOAQO OEtTOE : GEORGE W . HERBERT , 1736 FIRST NAT . BANK BUM . NET YORK OFFICE : E . G . SOMMERMAN . TEMPLE COURT . TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS : • Ingle Subscriptions 25 Cents a Year in Advance ; 35 Cents per Vear In St . Paul and 50 Cents to Canada . Advertising Rates ; 40 cents per agate line based on a Guaranteed clrculotion exceeding 100 , 000 Copies Each Issue . Every Subscription Is stopped at the expiration . Subscribers are not required to notlf J the publishers to atop . If th...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
REMOVAL NOTICE . The Webl &gt; Publishing Company has removed its headquarters from the Union Block , 4 th and Cedar St ., St . Paul , Minn ., to a large and commodious building of its own on 10 th St . The Farmer s Wife , with enlarged accommodations and improved facilities , will hope to realize the brightest anticipations of its friends , by a marked Improvement in every department . The Farmer s Wife , as one of the papers published by this firm , takes this opportunity to ask the indulgence of its readers for any deficiencies which may be apparent , and the lack of promptness In response . to subscriptions ; and prizes , consequent upon the arduous work of moving and getting established in a new home .
ENTITLED TO PUBLIC GRATITUDE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
ENTITLED TO PUBLIC GRATITUDE . Do we hold Ufa too cheaply , or have we Implicit confidence In our fellows , that we place ourselves so completely at their mercy In embarking so unthinkingly every day of our lives upon electric and steam cars , launches and ferryboats , and automobiles run by hired chaffeurs ? How many give a thought to thanking or especially rewarding the man at the throttle , the wneel , or the lever for his faithfulness and carefulness in performing his duty and bringing us safely to our destination ? Many have doubtless read of the man who said that he never , stepped oft a railroad train that he did not walk forward to the engine to shake hands with the engineer and fireman and thank them for his safe journey . This custom might be more generally and appropriately followed * and would not fall to result In impressing upon those to whom the safety of so many thousands of precious ! lives Is entrusted daily a still greater sense of their momentous responsibility ,...
OUR PRESIDENT ON FARMING . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
OUR PRESIDENT ON FARMING . The National Agricultural Department should print and circulate as a bulletin , that all farmers might read It , the address delivered by President Roosevelt at the semi-centennial celebration of the Michigan Agricultural College . It is . the truest and most encouraging estimate yet placed upon the importance of the farm and the farming population as a factor in our present civilization that has ever been given the public and farmers families will find ft stimulating reading . The following extracts will be followed by others in future numbers of The Farmers Wife : If there , is one lesson taught by history , It is that the permanent greatness of any state must ultimately depend more upon the character of its country population than upon anything else . No growth of cities , no growth of wealth , can make up for a loss In either the number or the character of the farming population . When this nation began its Independent existence it was as a nation of f...
A DEMORALIZING INFLUENCE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
A DEMORALIZING INFLUENCE . The National Kindergarten Union at Its annual session , held recently in New York , passed resolutions condemning the comic supplements sent out with the Sunday editions of most dally papers , and by many weeklies , and voted to take steps toward suppressing them . The Union will have the assistance of all rlghtminded people in this movement . The convention made the following three definite charges against the supplements as a class : They inculcate bad morals in inciting children to rebellion against their parents by idealizing boys and girls who invariably get the best of their elders . They represent a low type of art , most of them being as bad artistically as they are In their influence on the impressionable minds of their readers . There Is no necessity for their existenco in their present form ; something far more artistic and more entertaining could be furnished which would prove quite as popular , and less demoralizing . The standard of morality ...
in DIET AND VEGETABLES PREVENT DISEASES . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
in DIET AND VEGETABLES PREVENT DISEASES . A cancer specialist reports mat ms practice , extending over many years , only one of his patients was a vegetarian , and declares it to be his belief that persons living largely on vegetables will seldom develop cancer . He should have added fruits to the dietary . Cancer is caused by the lodgment of some impurities or special impurity of the blood at some particular point in the human system . Vegetables and fruits act as eliminators , carrying out of the body waste matter that might otherwise remain in the blood and be lodged In the tissues creating some one of the so-called blood diseases , among the ] most malignant of which is cancer . Much more attention should be given to growing and preparing fruits and vegetables for food by all who desire good health and long life .