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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907

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Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907

^^ WSWK ^ lGENTS $ 103 . 50 nrrmontb ^ a ^ a »» Aft M ^ r H selling these wonderful sola- ™ JSpfljt 3 « Jfl ™ f «!»» or 8 . V . C . Olebner , Columbus ^ J CUTS 10 mm o ., sold 22 pairs In 3 h ., made Nassau $ 13 ; you can do It : wefshow bow . Free Outfit , F . THOMAS MFC . CO .. SOA . St ., DAYTON , O . 24 SoovenirPoslCarflsa s WA c X c . «? . 0 /^ Me . B « RGKBrUB . C 0 „ Dept . l ) . lt ., UKARI ) R » FID 8 , milt . SBED WETTING niDCn It la not a habit bUKKU but a , afftawa * . Cure guaranteed . Q jmin la fW Box LCI ) . BloomlngtocIU . A BEAUTIFUL FACE jA Ail the Old Methods of securing beauty and ft < H ^ H ^& Perfect complexion rtre replaced by use of tlta ^ Ps ^^ HK RVBBKR COMPLEXION hVLU . It p « wnti and - i 7 *»» removes wrinkles , pimples , blackheads , makes AkA ^ r Br skin soft , smooth , and white . A lingle appliea * [ yrx ^ A Hon produces remarkable result * . Blackheads in I / C *^ V many instances builihedin a few minutes . The speed with whic...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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FASHIONS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907

FASHIONS . REMODELING A WARDROBE . It Is easy to make over worn dresses when you know how . The Flora Mc- ¦ Flimsey feeling of nothing to wear , which overtakes every woman at the sight of her last year s wardrobe , can be allayed If she will spread all of her gowns —good and bad—and also her waists , laces , ribbons . and even hats , where she ean see them all at once ; and then begin a sort of survival of the fittest . Select the best dress , and see what can be done with It . . .. Most likely , Its sleeves are wide at the wrist , when they should be large on the top , for nothing changes more than sleeves . If so , turn them upside down , and cut them across at the elbow ; take a strip from the lower part , and insert it under the arm . Should this puff not prove large enough , set a strip of wide insert ° n lengthwise down the middle . If the sleeves are hopeless , cut them off and make , the waist into a jumper , with or without a shoulder flounce , for almost any device which ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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USES FOR ROSE PETALS [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907

USES FOR ROSE PETALS The sweetest and daintiest of cushions is the rose pillow . Save the petals from withered bouquets or from fresh flowers , and dry them . A pretty ideafor a girl graduate is to fill a pillow , made from the same material as her gown , with the dried roses of her graduation bouquets . The roses may be used simply with their own delicate perfume or they may be treated as for a potpourri . But the best way is to get a druggist to mix three drops of oil of attar of roses with [ half an ounce | of alcohol . Spray the rose leaves with this before putting them in the pillow , and add a few pinclies of rose sachet powder . For tincture of roses gather fresh leaves , or rather petals , and drop them into a wide mouthed bottle with crushing them ; pour sufficient spirits of wine over all to well cover them , cork the bottle securely and tie it over with kid , to avoid evaporation . This tincture will keep for years Some people put layers of spices and salt with the rose p...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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SUMMER . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907

SUMMER . Around the lovely valley rise The purple hHls of Paradise . O softly on yon bank of haze Her rosy face the summer lays . Be calmed along the azure sky The argosies of cloud-land lie . Whose shores , with many a shining rift Far off their pearl-white peaks uplift . Through all the long midsummer day The meadow sides are sweet with hay . Sweet woodland music sinks and swells The brooklet rings its tinkling bells . The swarming insects drone and hum , The partridge beats his throbbing drum , The squirrel leaps among the boughs And chatters in his leafy house . J . T . Trowbridge . The Playground Association of America will open on July 1 a model playground at the Jamestown Exposition ,, containing , only home-made apparatus , that is , such as is not patented or ean be duplicated at small expense . The playground will occupy 200 feet square , and will accommodate 600 children . The object is to show municipalities , particularly in the south , the advantage and economy of givi...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907

t Freckles Look Bad T . I ., 1 T . »» I a » Freckle ! , annTrial Treat- CpaA turn , tan , pirnment Given rivCpks , aallowness , blotches , aud nil akin affections or discolorations positively removed by HOLCOMBS FRECKLE CREAM Immediate Results . To prove our faith in tho cream no will send a full size GOc jar Free upon receipt of I lie for portage and packintr . Posltiveryonejaronlytoaper sonattnisprice . Aeents make big money . Herman F . Hotcomb Co ., Do * 3 Z 6 , CMMSO

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Poultry Pointers [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907

Poultry Pointers H . A . NOURSE , Editor . First-class grain is always cheapest to feed to poultry . Most of the screenings and sweepings sold for poultry food are really the most expensive to feed . Let the old fowls out of their yards and permit them to run in the orchards from now until fall and you will find that they will be In tetter condition to lay eggs when the price Is ihlgh next November . The fowls will soon begin to shed their feathers preparatory to putting on their new plumage . Make sure that they are absolutely free from lice for vermin will Irritate them and sap their strength . The corn field is an excellent place for growing chicks . Place the coops as near the edge of the field as is convenient . The youngsters will find shade among the stalks and will consume numberless bugs and worms which make the animal part of their diet . The growing chicks should now be quartered in roomy , well-ventilated roosting coops which are almost entirely open on the south side . ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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QUESTIONS ANSWERED [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907

QUESTIONS ANSWERED TOO EARLY FEEDING . The Farmer s Wife : I would like to know what is the matter with my chickens . They look fine until five or six days old when they begin to die . I keep them In a good brooder at night and when it Is wet outside . 1 feed them chick starter , hard boiled eggs , corn bread and plenty of good , fresh water . I also give them milk , clabbered and sweet . If they , live to be two weeks old , they do finely . I treat them for the large head lice and give them salts in their drinking water . Please tell me what to do . —Mrs . 0 . H . P . S . Ans : Tour chicks , If free from lice , including head lice , owe their trouble to one of two causes or a combination of the two ; a lack of vigor when hatched or too heavy feeding when young . From the fact that they do well if they survive two weeks , we judge that they are not weak when hatched . We would feed cornbread the first two or three days twice a day , and a chick starter three times , though no doubt ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907

I believe it is the duty of the government to defend the farmers of the United States In their market places . I believe in an adjustment of the tariff laws that will give them a market for their surplus products . It is just as much the duty of the government to open and defend the foreign markets for farmers as for manufacturers . Through some inexplicable blundering the gates of France have been shut in our faces , and perhaps the gates of Germany will also close . Already a steer that would sell in Chicago at 4 cents a pound sells in Germany at 15 cents . It takes the folly of two nations to produce such a result as this . Agriculture has been raised from a mere vocation to a scientific profession . We have learned that it requires a trained intellect to grow the farmers products ; we should realize that the problem ) of how and where to sell his products demands equal study . —Governor Cummins , Iowa . I doubt not that all men and women love the onion ; but few confess their lo...

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907

FBEEI A YARD OF ROSES FREE ! ¦ ¦ ¦ Baaa 1111 , a * a « BB » BiiiBaaaiii ^ aiiii ^^ MwaiiiBBie «^ BiiiBaaae «^ Bi B—^ aaaB— . tyard o ( j ^ g i , | B conceded b * ^^ -a-aosii—iiBm ~~ i > BBBa » Bj splendid family magazine and story paper , which already has a half million readers , wo mall this grand work of art all charges paid to anyone who sends lOccnts ( stamps or silver ) for Tho Household 3 months and picture . Wemakothla unusual offer to induol yon to become a regular subscriber . Send at onco before they are gone . Address __ . „ THE HOUSEHOLD PICTURE DEPARTMENT . 500 JACKSON ST ., TOPEKA , KAN . Six Silver Spoonsi ^ ^ . QUADRUPLE STERLING SILVER PLATED \ WwSj & Hk Warranted For Ten Years . \ VMWftS ^! s 91 | The hef I ) oint of excellence in these spoons is the fact ^ HBun-LJtlBf that in beauty and richness of design they rival tho best of mMtti ? JfM Sterling ware . To do this the manufacturers have put the VMvpt <* i ? l ( jff same care an...

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In the Dairy . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907

In the Dairy . D . A . WALLACE , Editor . Skim milk made into curd makes fine feed for young turkeys . - Clean the dairy utensils as soon as possible after using . The longer this work Is neglected the harder the task becomes . Do not turn mischievous colts or horses into the same pasture with the milk cows . Everyone knows how the cows are chased and irritated under such circumstances . The quietest and coolest pasture possible Is the best place for the milk cow . Money spent on fly repellant is well spent for the bother from such pests actually reduces the milk yield . Such fly repellant can be purchased at most hardware or drug stores or can be cheaply made with fish oil and some of the coal tar products . There Is a theory that the heifer calf raised for dairy purposes should not be fed fattening foods nor kept fat for then , it lsargued , she wi ll learn to put the fat on her back instead of Into the milk pail . However that may be , there is no mistake in putting on the calf a...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907

AUGUST , 1907 . I Because You I I Need I Ml The Money I M \ It s your business and If yon dont /¦ ¦ I attend to it , who will ? You cannot lm ¦ I afford to keopoowa for fan . That Isnt lm ml business , and , furthermore , it isnt (¦ ml necessary . There is money In cow \ H ml keeping if you go at It right , and be- \ M ¦ I sides there is more fun In going at It \ m ¦ Ml right than there is In staying wrong . ] ¦ B \ You need a , Tubular Cream Sepa- IB ¦ 1 rator because it will make money Tor / Mr ml you ; because it saves labor ; because { ¦ ml it saves time ; because It means all tho ! ¦ ml difference -between cow profits and VK ¦ I Look Into this matter ; see what a IB ¦ I Tubular will do for you and bay one lm ¦ MY because yon need it . . lm m \ How would you like onr book /¦ ¦ I Business Dairying ) and our catalog ¦ ¦ ml B . 2 « both free . Write for them . H II The Sharpies Separator Co . )¦ ¦ I West Chester , Pa . lm Ml Toronto , Can . Chicago , 111 . \ M flfr CREAM IS MONEY 5...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907

CVRE FOR LIQVOR . AND TOBACCO . The Kansas Anti-Liquor Society is mailing free a recipe for the cure of the liquor hatnt It can he given secretly in food . Also one for the tobacco habit that can be given secretly The only request they make is that you flo not sell recipes , but give copies to friends . Add . with stamp . Kansas Anti-Liquor Soc y , 32 Gray Bldg ., Kansas City , Mo . YOUNG LADY Are You Wendering What To Do ? If vou are , decide to be a milliner or dressmaker The work is pleasant , rennet ! and profitable . We can fit you . for a position in either line in a very short time m our practical school of Dressmaking and Millinery . We have applications for trimmers for the fall millinery season , and can prepare you tor such a position ifvou begin at once . _ Write NOW for circular explaining our method and reasonable terms . ES 3 EXDRESSMAKiNGSMlLl ! NERY 6 QLLE 6 E 23 East Sixth Street , Rooni 207 ST . PAUL , MINN : f , OX BLOOD TABLETS FOR THIN PEOPLE . FIRST $ 1 . 00 B...

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907

© Superfluous Hair permanently removed . CURB GUARANTEED . Free trial treatment acomcedemonstratlnglatest scientific method , registered Washington 1005 . No EMOTKICITI or POISONS , tl package will convince you of my euro . Mute . MAYHE , Face gpcelsllit , Dept . W ., 820 Firth Aie . * <&*¦* $ ( $£ Slid Street , New York City . AmWK » FISH RITF Hun- ^ mSap r 13 D * i » - a gry Wolvea ^^^ hVy Any season of the year if you use Awr - -Jg a AGIO FISH LUCK . Best bait ^ mlMf ^^ l ever larented for all kinda of fish . If you ^ mmM llketocatcb a big string every time you n go fishing write to me and get a box of this won * l | k dcrtol bait to help introduce it in your locality . P >» RENO fISli CO ., Dept . S . I , Omaha , Neb . . —— 1 —— , S SONG POEMS { , ° E I will write the music and present to Big N . Y . Publishers . 1 made a lortune writing songs : my experience will aid you . Mysongs Blue Bell and way Down In Aly Heartachieved world-wldofame . Wri...

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

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IN MYSTIC MOOD . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907

IN MYSTIC MOOD . Official Organ ot the Northwestern ruzzlersLeague MINNE A . POLIS , EDITOR . CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE . Presented for the consideration of the League . President Kappa Kappa , Hawley , Minn . First Vice-President Old Fellow , Sparta , Wis . Second Vice-President Reuben Hayseed , Gillette , Wis . Secretary Minuo A . Polis , Minneapolis , Minn . Treasurer Molemi , Orillia , Iowa . . Official Editor The Gopher , St . Paul , Minn Directors Jo MulliiiB , Miami , Mo . Arcanus , Iowa City , Iowa . Hyacinth , Stacy , Minn . NEW LEAGUE MEMBERS 120 . Mrs . R . M . Palmer , Bunker Hill , III . 121 . Old Fellow , Sparta , Win . ¦ 122 . Ozo Ezy . , MoKiuney , Tex . 123 . Fred Domino . Corinth , Miss . 124 . De Lance , Cresbard , S . Dak . 125 . Walter T . Horton , Katonnh , N . J . 128 . Bush , New Hayen , Conn . ANSWERS TO JUNE PUZZLES . 27 . That Spring Housecleaning . 28 . Decoration Day . 29 . Vernal , learn , lane , lea , 30 . Plowing . Legend . Ogden . Ween . Inn . N . D . G ...

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