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DOMESTIC ANIMALS AT LARGE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
DOMESTIC ANIMALS AT LARGE . All domestic animals should be Kept upon the farms to which they belong , unless when abroad for any purpose they are in charge of their owners and their movements properly restricted . Every reader will assent to the justice of the above statement . But how many have dogs whose liberty is not restricted in any manner ? They are allowed to run where they will , accompanying their owners to town and about the country , visiting every farmyard en route , and are often gone overnight . Their depredations , in the night when there is no one about to see or hinder them , often inflict great loss , especially to sheep growers . One who has ever seen a flock of sheep after a night visit by these -marauders will not hesitate thereafter to declare against permitting dogs their freedom . Having no means of defending themselves sheep are perfectly helpless when attacked by dogs and are either easily killed outright , especially young lambs , or so maimed and torn as...
TWELVE DON'TS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
TWELVE DONTS . Dont worry . Dont get excited . Dont sit in a draft . Dont wear tight shoes . Dont eat soggy pies . Dont turn night into day . Dont read in the twilight . Dont eat heavy suppers . Doi * t overload the stomach . Dont stay indoors too much . Dont stop exercising mind and body . Dont bathe immediately after eating . The Women s Council of Duiuth is reported conducting classes in sewing and cooking during the summer school vacation . Last year more than 100 girls were instructed in cooking and the results were so satisfactory that the sewing class is added this year .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
LOVELY BOOK OF SCENERV FREE . Just to boom our bis Illustrated family macazlne . wo will send by return mall prepaid a beautifully en- / craved book o ( views ol the Rockies and our erea » . S monthly mnmzlnc a year on trial tor only 150 . Cluba ^ ot . 1 anil 3 books ( different ) 40 c . Stamps taken . Oner limited—send at once . „ . ^ „ , . WESTERN MAGAZINE , Sta 24 , Denver , Colorado
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
M INNESOTA STATS r AIK ALL THE WEEK SEPT . 2-3-4-S-6-7 , 1907 . | HEW BUILDINGS | gj , lce t ] j e i ast fpjr $ 150 , 000 has been spent on permanent improvements on the State Fair Grounds . A New Dairy Building ; New Poultry Building and a New Manufacturers Building add much space for \ L * ^ exhibits . The Grounds I NEW EXHIBITS ~ I have been S reatly enlarged . Amuse- I mentAttrac tio ns | will Excel all Previous Years . Dan Patch will go against his Worlds Record | on Monday , Sept . 2 . Sweet Marie on Friday ; Automobiles , Saturday ; Air Ship Every Day Six Days LadiesRelay Rid- | HEW AMUSEMENTS i ing Race . Pyrotechnic Spectacle Each Night , i • B . F . NELSON , PRESIDENT . C . N . COSGHOVE , SECRETARY . ¦ . ¦¦¦¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ^ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦¦¦¦ iMMBMMMLW ^ -- . ^ AAAAi ^ AAMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaVAAAAAAAAA ^ AAAAAAaVAAAA ? j NEW WONDER EGG BEATER ; 3 ! W WITHOUT COST TO YOU . * M ? « i l f &amp;^\ This marvelous invention is three times as fast and a3 f ^ V ^ v * \ easy as any o...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1907
COME FROM A GOOD CIRCULATION OF THE BLOOD More People Die From a Poor Circulation Than From Any Other Cause MAGNETIC FORCE MAKES THE BLOOD CIRCULATE . Nature s Laws are Equal to All the Needs and Requirements of Man Under All Conditions , Whether Sick or Well . It is no longer a question as to whether MAGNETISM will cure disease or not ; it is simply a question as to whether we are capable of concentrating MAGNETISM in sufficient quantities to meet the requirements of the case , as MAGNETISM will give results in proportion to the amount of power used . We will cite you cases of Paralysis , Bright s Disease , Diabetes , Consumption , Locomotor Ataxia , Insanity , Dyspepsia , Nervous ProsNation , Tumor , Obesity and a hundred and one other diseases -that are called incurable . We can show you the most incontestable proof that we have cured them - We have cured patients who have been given up to die , and these people are sound and well today . . i : •; We are thoroughly imbued with th...
'The Reading Mtabife [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
The Reading Mtabife BY MILTON 0 . NELSON , Whatever may be said as to the com-parative-desirability of life on a farm and life In town , the greatest objection brought against farm life Is Its lonesomeness . All sorts . of reasons are given for leaving the farm for the town—good ; bad and indifferent—but the strongest of all is caused by the herding habit of the human race—the desire to see people , to pass the time in personal conversation and to lean on them both for mental and physical support . The man or . woman who lives much alone , must In . large measure be sufficient unto himself , able to provide for his dally needs and able to defend himself In emergencies . The farm boy out a-harrowlng , breaks , a button off his overalls ; . but he does not quit his work and go to the house for mother : to mend him up . He breaks aV thorn from a thornapple bush , a splinter from a fence rail , or twists a bit of barb wireoff the fence and mends the break while the team Is snatching bre...
Letters From Mrs . Goodwill to Her Friend Bertha . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
Letters From Mrs . Goodwill to Her Friend Bertha . Home , Aug . 7 th , 1907 . My Dear Bertha : Such a nice newsy letter as yours was , and how I did enjoy reading it . I am so glad you are getting along so well and r . rc so happy with your husband and his children . They are fortunate as well as you , I am sure ; in fact where both sides are willing to be pleased , and there is no undue outside influence , I have noticed that stepmothers and children seem , to get on as well together as where the relation is closer . Mind ! I do not say that ttic affection is the same , for I do not think it can be , and I trust you will know this some time by blessed experience , for It is my belief that no woman has really and truly lived a full life until she knows the happiness of motherhood . Of course I acknowledge there can be exceptions . A woman who is unfortunate enough to be the wife of a drunkard should , I believe , do all she can to keep herself from becoming the mother of children wh...
ON THE FERRYBOAV . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
ON THE FERRYBOAV . ITwas just an average little boy Of six or thereabouts ; I left him full of picnic , and He left mefull of doubts . He ate bananas , sandwiches , .. . Sweet pickles , cake and jam , Fried chicken and potato chips , Ice cream and tea and ham . To these he added pink poo corn And quarts of lemonade : Of what , then ; was his little turn So wonderfully made ? With bated breath I watched that child . Expecting him to burst , But presently , though still I gazed , I ceased to fear the worst . For after endless candy from . A green and sticky heap . That sated infant sighed and yawned , Then , smiling , fell asleepl • ¦ Edna Kingsley Wallace in Woman s Home Companion .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
y- *^ BREECH LOADING SHOTGUN AA ^ ^ A : gv ^ fc eo eg i 3 0 lirSPECIAI - PRICE ^ / J fl ^ H ^^ K K ^^ SB ^ S . $ 2 &gt; 89 AUTOMATIC SHELL # ^ H | taH grade . 12-Bauge , Jl * ^^^ ajfjp ^ ^^ HnraraaBlg As ^ HHlfl ^^ Lf Loading Shotgun , wlU ; extra quality taper choke bored ^ H @ BgS @ ¦ flU ^ S ^^ Mim ^^ V steel barrel , reinforced at breech , bored for either smoke- , VHB 9 || ^ r ^^^^ K ^ K ^^ r less or black powder , extra heavy steel breech , top snap ^^^^¦ 10 ^^* a ^ V ^ r ^ break , rebounding lock , full pistol grip , walnutstock , long teng , ^^^ V ^ V rebounding hummer , an extra strong shooting gun . and we ^^^ ^ rS ^^^ grade positive ejector which automatically throw the empty Bhell free from the gun Instantly the gun la openeo . * 7 OR BUYS THE GENUINE A . J . AUBREYHamnH ! : iosj , l 2 Mtixm . tetomtticSMJJBlKtliif , SingleBarrel . $ 1130 Breech Loadins Shotgun , exactly as Illustrated oelow and positively the highest graJealnjTe bapWhOfffl made In the world , wo...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
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 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 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 Coverly and hurries him into the narrow little room , just in ti...
Cheap Farm Homes in the Northwest [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
Cheap Farm Homes in the Northwest The many thousands of abandoned farms In New York and the New England states may account somewhat for the rapidity with which the government land of the West and the Northwest has been converted into homesteads within the past few years beside the tide of Immigration that has brought Into this country so many sturdy settlers from foreign shores . Improved farming land in the Northwest is constantly Increasing in value , but in the Eastern states values are constantly decreasing—in . round numbers Jl 70 , 01 ) 0 , 000 is the estimated decrease in the valuation in the farming lands of the Empire state alone In the past twenty-five years . In the Western and Northwestern states there are yet many thousands of acres of government land to be had for Mr . J . S . Bergquist s First Home on His Homestead . the simple compliance with- the homestead laws . So that neither In the East nor the West Is there any foundation in fact for the reported scarcity of la...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
Pimples on the Face that ma ? the beauty of the complexio n disa pp e a r wi t h t he use of warm water and that remark able s k in beautifier , Glenn s Sulphur Soap Sold by all druggists . HlU sHalrand Whisker Dye , Black orBrown , S 0 c - ORIENTAL LUCKY FftPf STONE PIN SET f flU U HThe very newest Jewelry craze , soon to he worn by all up to date people , it is yours if you will send us your name and address to introduce our goods . There Is nothing to pay . ALDEN HFQ . CO . SO Satin St . PROVIDENCE , K . I . Highland Park College , n ** A college that meets the demands of modern education . Nine large buildings ; Kitensive Equipments ; A Faculty o £ Specialists ; 8 , 000 students annually . COURSES OFFERED . 1 , College ) 6 . Musics 0 . Pen Art ; 8 , normal ! 6 , Oratorjj 10 . Tcle [ i- » r . rij | I . Engineering , ( all 7 . Commercial ! 11 . KallwajMafl 4 , Pharmacy ; b chs ) 8 . Shorthand ; 13 . Summer School . Correspondence Courses In almost all subjects . Write for fine now...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
CVRfc FOR LIQUOR . AND TOBACCO . The Kansas Anti-Liquor Society Is mailing free a recipe for the euro of the liquor habit It can be given secretly In food . Also one for the tobacco habit that can be given secretly The only request they make Is that you do not sell recipes , but give copies to friends . Add . with stamp . Kansas Anti-Liquor Soc y , 32 Gray Bldg ., Kansas City , Mo . OX BLG 0 D TABLETS FOR THIN PEOPLE . FIRST $ 1 . 00 BOX FOR 25 CENTS TABLETS for thin v ^ vJ Cures Rheumatism . ln &lt; digestion , Nervousness . A BKKAT FLUSH rKODUCMt . Thin people sain 10 pounds a month . Fletrant to take . wiBhtoVinflech , try them First box only at 25 c rate W . A . HENDERSON DRUG CO 4 IMh First Street , CLAR 1 NDA , IOWA . ^ HS ^^^ mmr W 99 S &gt;&gt; Nn | liKf » jgr «\ VECIalL D ^ XiSSHK ISVp ^ ViJaBn ] | l [ 3 t £ ~ SHP y . wBBsSrV ^ . TS JIHWWST ., . i 4 % A ¦ Pars for this big , _ III MAIITA bundle of goods ; i &amp; gB * III I . UIITte ! sur 0 *...