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OUR HOME CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
OUR HOME CLUB BY MBS . L . J . STEPHENS PRIZE CONTEST . Prizes will be given by the Home Club Department for the best photographs ( exterior view ) of the homes of our subscribers , with a view to publishing them in our paper . Give name , town and state . This will not be published if not desired . There are no conditions attached to this contest , except that all photographs must be sent In by the first of October . They will be carefully used and returned , if stamps are sent for return postage . ¦ The first prize will be $ 3 . 00 , the second , $ 2 . 00 and the third $ 1 . 00 . The result of the contest will be made known In the November issue of the paper . HOME CLUB LEADER . Another full meeting , in which Young Wife is given the experience of others as to the family purse , which we hope she will find helpful , and there are several queries that will furnish topics for interesting discussion in our next meeting . County fairs will all be over before our next gathering here , ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
Mrs . Winslow s Soothing Syrup Han been used by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILE TEETHING , with PERFECT SUCCESS . It SOFTENS llio GUMS . ALLAYS tho FAIN ; CORES WIND COLIC , ttnd is the best remedy forDIARIiHCEA . Sold by all druggists . Be sure and ask lor -Mrs . Winslow s Koothins , syrun . Gtlaranteetl under tile Food and Drucs Act . June so , 1900 . Serial number 1003 .
THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE TO THE HOME . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE TO THE HOME . Every woman who reads it will wish that as wide publicity might be given the letter written by our President to the recent New York State Mothers Assembly , as was given to his annual message . No editorial comment is needed to strengthen this message to the homes , which the Farmer s Wife hopes to see republished in every woman s periodical and woman s page the country over . The letter reads thus : For one of your topics , how would it do to speak of the place of the father In the home ? Now and then people forget that exactly as the mother must help the breadwinner by being a good housewife , so the father in his turn , if he is wortfi his salt , must in every way back up the mother in helping bring up the children . - . After all , the prime duties are elemental , and no amount of cultivation , no amount of business force and sagacity will make the average man a good cltlzeTi unless that average man Is a good husband and father , and unless h...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
TAKE NOTICE . When this paragraph is marked with bine pencil It Is to notify Che subscriber that tho time will be out with the next number and that-we wlU stop It it notrenewed . When , this Is marked with red ; pencll Ujneftns your time Is out and it you want It continued you must send cents in stamps or postal note at onoe . . Change of Address—When a transcriber removes and changes her address , notify us at once , but In dolus ; so do not fall to give your old address also when giving na the new . If yon fail to notify us of your changed address you may miss copies of the paper which we will not be able to supply as we cannot guarantee to furnish back numbers of the paper .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
The problem of how to secure farm help , both indoor and out , seems as far from solution , as ever , judging from the present inadequate supply for the demand . And Its only practical solution will be found : in so conducting farming operations as to provide employment for help the year round , at as good wages as are offered in other occupations . College students , entirely unused to farm labor , the ¦ shiftless ne er-do-wells who are drifting around the country , or genuine tramps are the only men who can be hired for a few weeks or months in the year , none of whom are reliable help and few are desirable inmates of farm homes . Add to the farm operations such lines of diversified farming as will provide constant employment and insure an income from the winter s as well as the summer s work , such as egg production or winter dairying , arid the farm help problem will be solved . If a separate house could be provided on the farm , many men with families would prefer employment in...
The Farmer ' s Wife [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
The Farmer s Wife PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY THE WEBB PUBLISHING COMPANY , 61-87 East Tenth street , St . Paul , Minn , EDITORIAL STAFF , ELLA 6 . WEBB , H . D ., HANAGIMO Enron . ¦ ¦ MBS . L . J . STEPHENS , EMTOBIAI . PAGES , MOTHER S . Council Horn CLUB , COBRESFOmtEHCE . lim MARGARET J . BLAIR , MODEL SEW 1 KG , QARHEHT D &amp; AFTIKa AMD HOlM AM . 0 . 8 . HARRISON , AMOKO TBI FtOWKBS . . DR . ELLAS . WEBB , HsUMHTALKS . . EDITH RAYMOND , OOB Yorao FOLKS , ROTHD TABLE . MINNIE A . POLES , PUZZLE DEPAaTMEHT . . • ¦ . CamcooOKI-ICE : GEORGE W . HERBERT , 1739 PmsrHAT . BAKE BLDO , NEW YORK OFFICE : H . G . SOMMERMAN , TEMPLE COURT . . . — - —; ; i TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS : Single Subscriptions 25 Cents a Year in Advance ; 35 Cents per Year in St , Paul and Canada . Advertising Rates ; -40 cents per agate-line based on a Guaranteed Clrculotlon exceeding 100 , 000 Copies Each Issue . Every Subscription is stopped at the expiration . Subscribers are not required to notify the publishe...
' AGRICULTURAL BULLETINS FOR ' SCHOOLS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
AGRICULTURAL BULLETINS FOR SCHOOLS . The demand for scientific arglcultural Instruction In the public schools has so far been recognized in some states as to cause the publication of bulletins prepared by the heads of the different departments In the state agricultural colleges , designed for the use of teachers . In the ungraded - district school , with - more classes already than there is time for recitation periods of sufficient length to give thorough instruction , the teacher can do little beyond distributing the bulletins among the pupils to take home to study and put in practice the knowledge gained from them on the home farm . Pupils might be encouraged to each try glowing some particular kind of grain , vegetable , - fruit or flower , and In due time bring a sample of their productions to school , and describe the methods of cultivation , an occasional afternoon being devoted to such exhibits and descriptions . Parents would also become interested , and from realizing the b...
MARRIAGE IMPROVED THE MAN AND THE MAGAZINE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
MARRIAGE IMPROVED THE MAN AND THE MAGAZINE . When Mr . Edward Bok was first placed in charge of the Ladies Home Journal It was amusing to read its preachments to women In Its editorial columns . Educated professional ; women , writers and reformers were highly entertained but hardly edified by the publication of what were supposed to be the beardless boy s vapid vagaries concerning wifely and motherly duties , and it was suggested , sotto voce , as It were , that It was not yet too late for the application of the mother s slipper ; while facetious brethren of the press gleefully dubbed him Miss Bok , and delighted to quote the most striking extracts from ^ he Journal s effusions . ¦ , . • But time passed on , and Mr . Bok married ( It was suggested at the time that he should have married a man so as to have one in the family ) , and it was noticed ere long , that the Journal had much less to say on the subject of woman s especial duties , and it . was supposed that its editor was na...
LEGISLATION BY WOMEN . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
LEGISLATION BY WOMEN . Finland has bestowed the right of suffrage upon its women , nineteen of whom have been elected to the national leglstlatlvo body , the Finnish Diet . These women legislators have already prepared several bills , which if their passage Is secured , will add greatly to the nation s welfare . These bills severally provide that there shall be free education for all ; that the manufacture and Importation of liquor into the country for use as a beverage shall be forbidden under heavy penalties ; and that illegitimate children shall have the Same property rights as children born in wedlock . Concerning these measures representative Finnish women say , Free education from kindergarten to college will abolish the curse of social caste . Finland will be the first country freed from the evil of drunkenness . We believe in the sanctity of the marriage relation but we do not believe that Innocent offspring should suffer from the sins of parents . This bill will right a gre...
THE BEGINNING OF THE SCHOOL YEAR . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
THE BEGINNING OF THE SCHOOL YEAR . Both children and parents wonder how the weeks of the long vacation could have passed so quickly as the former make preparations for returning again to their studies , strengthened for their mental labors by the more or less active out-of-door life they have enjoyed and which has added so much to their physical well being . And while the mother Is occupied with putting little garments in order for school wear , making new ones and planning wholesome and appetizing luncheons she should not forget that much of the children s accomplishment in school will depend upon their proper conception of their duties to their teacher and their school mates . They should be Impressed with this fact as they start for school , and also with the fact that the teacher will have the mother s hearty co-operation both In her methods of instruction and her management or discipline of the school , Teach them to regard the teacher as a true friend , who is desirous only of...
HEART AND HOME TALKS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
HEART AND HOME TALKS . Although it is man s special privilege to woo and woman must wait to be won , there are , nevertheless , many perfectly proper ways in which she may show hor preference of the available matrimonial material to the one most interested . -j The maidenly nature , while recognizing almost against her will or accepted consciousness the fact that she la the object of unusual attention and tender solicitude on the part of one of the opr poslte sex , alarmed at she knows not what , files from the point of danger or attack , If we may term it so , for a time , and sheltered In some secluded bower , peeps out , half desirous , half afraid , not unwilling to be led along tills new and mysterious way of life , yet almost terrified by its very newness and mystery , — standing with reluctant feet where the brook and river meet . The happiness of the young girl s entire future life depends upon her wise guidance now , yet far too few mothers realize this , and leave their da...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
AN INVITATION . Every farmers wife should consider thl 8 her paper , and regard herself as a member of Our Home Oluh and Mother s Council , sending for publication the . ein her best thoughts , best methods of work , and her practical experience along every line concerning which Jiuestions are asked , as well as her perplex ! ties-Aecom pg In feeling and in fact a member ot THE FARMER S WIFE S great Home Club , every one of whom Is actuated by the spirit of mutual helpfulness . - ENIBBED AT THE POST-OFFICS AT 8 r . FAtrbAa SXCOXD-CLASS HATISB .
A WOMAN'S AMBITION . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
A WOMANS AMBITION . . Oh dear ! pettishly exclaimed Estelle Van Antwerp , another refusal . Why cant I come up to the editorial standard ? 1 do so long , to succeed as a writer , Do you give it up ? laughingly queried ner . husband , who had entered the room Just In time to hear the almost despairing words of his wife . No , never ! I will write , and I must succeed sometime . It is there and must tome out or Til explode , Oh , I did not mean the . writing ! Very likely you will hit that off sometime , but I referred to the riddle , enigma , or whatever it was you were propounding to the fates when I came in . Yes , I give up trying to solve that—perhaps It s luck , as some people say , a iort of lottery , you know . If so , I must lave the gambling fever bad , for Ill keep at it till I win . Shall I tell you my theory , Estelle ? ft is this : You are too happy , and always have been . Your character lacks fhe sympathetic touch which real suffering alone can give . Why , even our to...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
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DON'T STAY FAT Obesity Quickly and Safely Cored . No Charge to Try the NEW [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
DONT STAY FAT Obesity Quickly and Safely Cored . No Charge to Try the NEW KRESSLIN TREATMENT . aftst Send Vour AtMrefi and a Supply Will Be Sent You VRBB-Do It To-Day . Fat people need no longer despair , for there Is a home remedy to be had that will quickly and safely reduce their weight , and , in order to prove tliatitdoes lake off superfluous flesh rapidly and without harm s a trial treatment will be This represents the effect the Kremlin Treatment has hud In hundreds of cases . sent , free of charge , to those who applyforit by simply sen * me name and address . It is called the KKESSLIS TREA 1 MENT , and many people who have used it have been reduced as muchas a pound a day , often forty poundsa month when large quantities of fat were to be taken off . No person is so fat but what it will have the desired effect , and no nutter where the excess fat is located—stomach , bust , hips , cheeks , neck—it will quickly vanish without exercising ; dieting , or m any way interfering w...
Flower Notes . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
Flower Notes . THATS WHY . I filled my little green waterln pot , Wlf water all the way up to the top , An I watered the baby to malte him grow , That s how they do wlf flowers , you know . He looks like he s awfully fat an strong , He s tryln to grow , but It takes so long , An I wanted him quick , to play wlf me , That s why I watered him . Dont you see ? —Detroit Free Press , LILIES AND THEIR CULTURE . The lily , that emblem of purity and Innocence , with Its calm dignity and warm coloring , has right well been named The queen of the garden . There have been flowers introduced to the public and have gained popularity , retaining it for a while , then sinking back into the shadow of Insignificance as before , but the lily was cherished and admired In ancient times and through all the wear and tear of ages , of changes of public opinion and criticism it has held Its own remarkably well . For no other flower are we indebted to so many countries . In Africa , the Bermudas . Canada , ...
Short Notes on Health . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
Short Notes on Health . MEDICINAL USES OF FRUIT . Fruit is a perfect food when fully ripe , and if it were In dally use from youth to old age there would be less of the many minor ailments that are so common these days . Encourage the children to eat more fruit and less candy . The skins are for the protect ion of the delicate fruit from dust and germs and not intended to be eaten . The apple Is one of the best of fruits and the most generally useful . But It is so common that very few persons are familiar with Its remarkable medicinal properties . An old Scandinavian legend has It that the apple was the favorite food of the gods ; that to it they owed their perpetual youth . Whenever they found themselves growing old and Infirm In body and mind they ate of the apple and were once again strong , young and active . The apple Is excellent brain food because it has more phosphoric acid In easily digested shape than any other fruits . It excites the action of the liver , promotes sound ...
DEAfNESS CURED By New Discovery [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1907
DEAfNESS CURED By New Discovery I have demonstrated that deafness can be cured . —Dr . Guy Clifford Powell . The secret of how to use the mysterious and invisible nature forces forthocure oi Deafness and Head Noises has at last been discovered by the famous Physician-Scientist , Dr . Guy Clifford Powell . Deafness and Head Noises disappear as if by magic under the use of this new and wonderful discovery . He will send all who suffer from Deafness and Head Noises full information how they can be cured , absolutely free , nonmtterhow loim they have been deaf , or what caused their deafness . * This marvelous Treatment is so simple , natural and certain that you will wonder why it wasnotdiscoveredbefore . Investigatorsarenstonished and cured patients themselves marvel at the quick results . Any deaf person can havefull information how to becuredquickly and cured to stay cured at home without investing a cent . Write today to Dr . Guy Clifford Powell , 1231 } li Bank Bids ; ., Peoria , ...