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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1907
DINNER AND TEA SETS CMC B . T ° EvE „? Y . M DY ¦ ni giving with each pound a BEAUTIFUL IMPORTED CUPS AND fAUCtVs 83 Hany ladies have obtained our valuable presents worth many , many dollars at no cost to them whatever . You om \^ KBttSfNB ^^ S 89 Sss 3 F ^ do the same . REMEMBER , NOT ONI CENT IS REQUIRED . We take all the risk . ¦ Bond your name and address on asBM ST 3 Ta WaBMriToTl BIB postal and we will send yon full particulars ; also out mammoth , premium catalog showing hundreds of presents weHB 11 a I 1 HHH 1 III Ifmm give with our Coffee- Etc ., and a complete list of magnificent presents you can getFREE . You will agree with ^ K 2 ?** wMg &amp;^^^ ES 5 * iWaVl &gt; £ ^ us that they arc the biggest and most liberal offers evef made by any firm In America . WRIT ! TODAY . aaBBSES == asaasaaaMB ^ == aBBBsl RED CROtfS SUPPLY CO ., 112 Red Cross Bldg ., St . Louis , Mo . Ti « t \ wMi »» Ms &gt;* mmt &lt; mrMt ; . Gold Spectacles Free . . / . SPE...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1907
Qf ) Pieces E-zli W £ * CUTGlAS § Il ¥ bi HERE is a picture of a beautitul and elegant genuine mould-cut glass service , butterfly pattern , consisting of thirty-two distinct and separate pieces , and made up of four complete and entire sets . You can get all the thirty-two pieces absolutely free by giving me just a few minutes of your spare time and no canvassing is necessary . Every fitce guaratf tied , full size , fitcher 8 % in . high holding half gallon . Other dishes in frofortion . This is a magnificent and elaborate service which will grace any dinner table and any dining room . It is tbe very same pattern of cut glass that you would find in the dining rooms of millionaires . It is the genuine mould-cut glass which is strong , durable , extra deep pattern , bright and glittering . Remember there are thirty-two pieces and four complete sets—all absolutely free . You cant imagine the beauty the diamond-like glitter and the perfect rainbow sheen of these marvelous sets until yo...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1907
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1907
I Cured My Rupture I Will Show You How To Cure Yours FREE ! I was helpless and bed-ridden for years from a double rupture . I wore many different kinds of trusses . Some were tortures , some posltlvly dangerous , and none would bold tbe rupture . Tbe doctors told me I could not cure It without a surgical operation . But . 1 . fooled them all , and cured myself by a simple method wblch I discovered . Anyone oan use It , and I will send the cure free by mall , postpaid , to anyone who writes for It . Fill out the coupon below and mall It to me today . Free Rupture-Cure Coupon CAPT . W . A . OOLUMOS , Box 7 , Wmtartown , H . Y , Dear Sir : —I wish you would send me your . New Discovery for Ihe Cure of Rupture , Name — .- Address . -. — - . :.--.- t &gt; j £ 55 v ALL THESE * . f &amp; g ^ MAGAZimS ^ V ^ A ND P APERS O NE YEAR : to one or different addresses for 60 c stamps or coin provided you send us with your order the names of ten magazine readers to whom -we can send...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1907
Keeps the Face Fair Glenns Sulphur Soapmakes the skin healthful and c lears the face of pimples , blackheads , blotches . Sold by druggists . Always ask 101 Glenns Sulphur Soap Hill s Halraad Whisker Dye , Black or Brown , 50 * c . We Sell You ON CREDIT Order Alt You Want from Amerlca a Largest Homo Furnlmhera Combined Capital , TEH MILLION DOLLAR F ^ -and $ 1 . 75 monthly until all is-pald-ls all yon have to send to get this durable Kitchen Queen Steel Range—handsomely decorated In nickel—a perfect cooker © 09 QC ( With reservoir and baker . Price ??* JiP ? «*»¦&gt; Send It back If not natigfled-the S 3 . 50 ifl yours . | We Trust Everybody It s Easy to Pay the Peoples Way We ore tbe largest Company In the world selling direct from Factory to homo at factory prices -on liberal credit terms . Wo want YOU to got the benefit ot onr big offerings . We will sell son anything you need for your nomo on onr IHwrni confidential cradll plan . Our Big Free Easy-Way-to-Pay Catalog has ...
Burke Kennedy ' s Quest . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1907
Burke Kennedy s Quest . BUmiE KESfSfEVVS Q UES T By FranK H . Stveet , Written for the Parmers Wife . Chapter I . Burke Kennedy strode half way down the car , his head • high , his ¦ shoulders squared , his eyes bright with the acclamations which still rang in his ears . ; lt had been a great week , and this , the last day , had been a fitting crown for the busy ansa before . His boat had won , amid ., waving handkerchiefs : and the plaudits of a thousand voices ; and . he , its captain , had been the cynosure of many eyes from -start to finish , of many thoughts from Monday • morning until this , the end of the brilliant week . As he sank into a seat on . the platform side of the car , where he could look into the faces of the many who had come to see him oft , his hand yet tingled with the grip of the crowd he had pushed his way through . • For twenty miles over the road his brain throbbed with the remembrance , his hand stHI tingled and his eyes remained bright ; then calmer thou...
OUR HOME CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1907
OUR HOME CLUB BY MRS . L . J-. STEPHENS PRIZE CONTESTS . Photos of Farm Homes . Any reader of The Farmer s Wife may enter the prize photo contest announced in . Our Home Club last month for the three best exterior views of farm homes . Note that the prize was offered for the best view photo , not for the photo of the finest home . A number Of the best photos will probably be published beside the prize winners . First prize , $ 3 . 00 ; second , $ 2 . 00 ; third , n . 00 : The time has-been extended to October 12 th . Thanksgiving Menu Contest . Our prize offer for this month is for a dinner menu for Thanksgiving . This contest will doubtless draw many entries , and more prizes are therefore offered for the good cooks who should so delight in the skill that they will enjoy writing out a Thanksgiving menu , and furnishing recipes for the dishes named . Limited to one column of space , over 1 , 000 words . The length of the articles will -not . be considered , so long as they come with...
TABLEfTALK [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1907
TABLEfTALK . BREAKFAST , DINNER , AND TEA .. What do I want for breakfast , dear ? My wants are all in mymind quite clear ; You—with your cheerful morning smile , And a pretty dress , thy thoughts beguile Into thinking of flowers ; an earnest word That will all through my busy day be heard , And make me sure that my morning light . Beams strongly , true , een while dancing bright , Be certain to give me these , all these , And any thing else you can or please . But dinner—what will I have for that ? Well , dear , when I enter , doff my hat , And turn to the table , I want to see you , Standing , just as you always do , To make me lose all the forenoon s fret , And cheer for the afternoon s . work to get ; Tell me nil your news , and Ill tell mine , - And with love and joy . and peace well dine . Be certain to give me these , all these . And anything else that you can or please . And what for tea ? Have I any choice ? Yes , dear , the sound of your own sweet voice , And your gentle p...
tne SUGGESTIONS FOR SCHOOL LUNCHES . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1907
tne SUGGESTIONS FOR SCHOOL LUNCHES . Care should be used In preparing children s school lunches that they may be both appetizing and wholesome . Fruit of some kind should always form a part of the lunch . An apple , banana , orange , grapes or any fresh fruit in seaBon ; or a handful of raisins a few dates or figs , or a jelly glass of some kind of sauce , which may be carried safely if covered with the close tin top . Bread for sandwiches should be cut thin , each slice spread lightly with butter and put together with a filling of chopped meat , nicely seasoned , a thin slice of meat or cheese , or with jelly or salad dressing . Crackers , spread with butter and put together with cheese or jelly , are also generally liked by children . Pie 1 s most unwholesome , and if fruit is provided it will not be desired . Hard-boiled eggs , cooked at least 20 minutes , are a nice , substantial addition to the lunch . Pickled eggs are greatly relished . Simply place the hard-boiled eggs , afte...
HEART AND HOME TALKS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1907
HEART AND HOME TALKS . As the chill of the autumn , the shorter days and frosty nights come on , how dear and cosy , seems the humblest home , with its warmth and light and love . There is joy in the beautiful , blessed summer time , but winter draws all hearts homeward , If wives and mothers but knew their power they would hold all their dear ones within the home , despite all outside enticements , these long winter evenings . Make the home more attractive than any other place to father and the boys . Fill it with comfort , good cheer , smiling faces and pleasant words . Greet them happily when they come In tired and cold . Have a warm ! fire and a good supper awaiting them . When supper is over bring out favorite papers , other periodicals , books and games . Crack nuts and jokes . If- necessary make a real exertion to be entertaining . If the old books have all been read buy or borrow some more . Secure regular exchanges from the state traveling library , if there is one in the s...
POTATOES A PAYING CROP . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1907
POTATOES A PAYING CROP . A farmer in . Northwestern Minnesota began raising potatoes for market 18 yearn ago , planting the first season 17 acres . He found the crop so profitable that he increased 1 his acreage from year to year until now . he plants from . 200 ; to 490 acres annually , and has recently , refused an offer of $ 50 an acre for . the crop on 260 acres—or $ 1 , 300 , He expects to harvest a crop of 160 . bushels to the acre and 60 cents a bushel , or $ 75 an , acre . . Two varieties are planted , Early Ohio and Triumph . Here is a plain pointer to farmers who are grubbing over wheat ground year after year , with a yield of 10 to 18 bushels per acre , which is sold . anywhere from 65 cents to a dollar a bushel , as the stock exchange bulls and bears shall decree . It might pay to plant potatoes on at least , a part of the plowed land nextyear , but hardly a hundred acres as a starter . Every business has to be learned and every branch of a , business . The agriculturist...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1907
AN ll-VITATIOlt » . Ev 6 ryfMme ^ , g ^^ lfe 8 ho ^ kconaIde ^ thlfl ,, llfi ^ paper , , and regard herself as a member of Oar Home Club and Mother s Council , sending for publication therein her best thoughts , best methods of work , and her practical experience along every line concerning which questions are asked , as well as her perplexities— becoming in feeling and in fact a member of THE FARMER S WIFE S great Home Olab , every one of whomlaactaated by the spirit of mutual helpfulness . - ... ESTBKBB AT THE POST-OmCK AT ST . PAVhAB - SECOND-CLASS sums *
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1907
TAKE NOTICE . When this paragraph is marked with blue pencil It is to notify the subscriber that the time will be out with the next number and that we will stop It tf not renewed . When this Is marked -with red . penoil It means your time is out and if you want It continued yon must Bend cento In stamps or postal note at once . Change of Address—When ^ - transcriber re * moves and changes her address ,-notify us at once , but in doing so do Dot fail ; to give your-old addreasalso yihen giving us the ¦ new . If yon -fail to notify us of your changed address youmay miss copies of the paper which we will not be able to supply as we cannot guarantee to furnish back numbers of the paper , A
The Farmer ' s Wife [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1907
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PREPARE THE HOME fOR WINTER [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1907
PREPARE THE HOME fOR WINTER Make the home warm and comfortable for winter , but . do not fall to provide for a controlled circulation of fresh air . Each room should have one stfirm -window on hinges , that It may be opened to admit air when the wind Is right —when it will not blow directly in . If the house Is small and the rooms- open into one another one hinged window on each side of the house will answer the purpo se . Bank around the foundation if necessary to keep out the frost and cold winds , and prevent drafts along the floor and undesired places , but for the good health of the family provide for a free circulation of fresh air . Farmers are accused by the hygienic cranks of shutting up their houses so tightly in winter as to make them real breeders of disease , compelling the inmates to breathe the same air over and over , the only inlet for fresh air being the doors , often only one door , when it has to be opened to go but arid in . AJr once inhaled is exhaled laden wit...