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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1907

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Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Letters From Mrs . Goodwill to Her Friend Bertha . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1907

Letters From Mrs . Goodwill to Her Friend Bertha . • Early Dawn Farm . Oct . 9 th ,- WOT . My Dear Bertha : . I presume you have wandered why I have not written more promptly , but 1 have been away from home and am still visiting . But on this dreary day I am going to try to answer your questions of several weeks ago . You say you are planning to have your husband s family at your home for Thanksgiving dinner , and as they are New England people you desire to have the dinner such as they were accustomed to in the old home . I agree with you that to the average westerner Thanksgiving has not the significance that we Yankees attach to it . By the way , an acquaintance of mine tried to convince me that I had no right to that title because I did not come from Connecticut ( as he did ) . I admit that the people of that state were first called so , but custom , long continued , has given the name to all who are born in any of the old New England states and I am proud to he known as a Yank...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1907

LAD 8 ES WANTED To Introduce our large line oE foreign imd domes ) Ic dress ( foods . walstinus . embroidery and art goods . QukIt sales , largo pro tits . Our representatives can make S ! 0 f > to $ 2 J . 01 ) per week , working spare time and evenings Patterns exclusive and prices extremely low , as we buy direct from the mills . Exclusive territory to good representatives . No money required . Write for lull particulars to ROSE ART CO ., 605 f 1 th Street BINGHAWTON , NEW YORK . 0 1 ) Stunning Post CardsiScmosazinesl year Ifln LL nurses Tub . Co ., 2011 ) . H , ( lran 1 lla » L ! i , ) l ! c ! i . IUO

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1907

OUR BREAT WESTERN ^ f ^ A LARGE STORE DIRECT TO ^ m \ Sterling FARM HARNESS JBilk YOUR DOOR fll fl COST OF 1 CENT JBgm l & Bfc Lem HI 6 H GRADE VEHICLES ^ jS * L ^ Hr ^ IBF j ^ oooff ^ S 3 r ™ ™ S . . .. . ... _ „_ FAQTORYTO ^ Mm % W ^^ Br POSI TIVELY —————————- $ 29 . 50 AND UP COMSUMCR ^ . 35 % ™ . a * . Dw £ ^ - *» OUMUHmD Ifr-ftM ^^ m OUR CATALOG No . 68 , The Economy Guide Book HEATERS mm is ready to mall today . It contains nearly » homo at all times . liesn prices In this book E 55 alr tbouaandltlustfated pages and dBBcrlbes over arelowertlianpricpsmade by any competl- CTflVEQ flOTaAfl J \ 10 ( M » 0 everynlar cecesslties , which yon can tor , retail or wholesale- Itla easlerto order vjlvltav TKaUrfjPLa ^ buy at about half tne regular retail price . from this catalog than it is to go to town for ANO Cr £ 3 E & M < ai THIS CATALOG Is a ready reference and yourneeds . Write year letter non-i give It • »•» JgQ ) SS 3 a # Tl reliable authority o...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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OUR HOME CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1907

OUR HOME CLUB BY MRS . L . J . STEPHENS WINTER EVENING RECREATIONS . I will begin by telling of games that interest the small people . Hunt the thimble is one of which they never tire . One hides the thimble In some unusual place , but In plaih sight , while tho others remain in the kitchen or bedroom until ho says ready . Once the thimble was found in papa s ear , and sometimes when all the good places have been used , it is placed where It belongs , but -where no one seems to expect to find it , on mammas finger . > Another little game they enjoy is Occupations . They march in as large a circle as the room will permit , singing : This is the way we sow tho grain , Sow the grain . Sow the grain . On a springtime morning . This is the way we hoe the corn , Hoe the corn , Hoe the corn , On a summer morning . This is the way we wash the clothes Wash the clothes , Wash the clothes , On a Monday morning . etc ., suiting actions to words until they are tired , when they close ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
PRIZE CONTESTS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1907

PRIZE CONTESTS . Our contest on photographs of farm homes has resulted In giving us a number of good exterior views of comfortable farm houses , one or more of which we hope to show our readers next month . This is only the beginning of similar contests we shall have from time to time , when we shall hope to get photos of characteristic homes , In the North , South , Bast and West , so as to be able to present the prevailing styles of country homes in different sections of the United States and Canada . The first prize of $ 3 . 00 goes to Mrs . Wm . Malchow , Minn . ; second prize , $ 2 . 00 , to Miss Pearl D . Beach , New Ashford , Mass . ; third prize , $ 1 . 00 , Miss Ruth Raymond , Waverly , N . Y . Other photos which have been sent In , we shall hope to show you in the near future . A . number of our readers responded to the Thanksgiving Menu Contest , and as the method of preparing the various dishes which go to make the tempting and appetizing feast , is given , we feel assur...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1907

A BLESSING TO WOMEN M « SEg of Toilet and Rubber Necessities to your home . Addr . Desk A , Adv . M . 0 . House , 98 Market St .. Chicago

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1907

LADY SEWERS SisatbomTsion « taHIWI Vl . MI . IIW io 0 ; mnmakc 2 anhour ; work sent prepaid to reliable women . Semi reply envelope tor information to Unliersal io ., Dcpt . . ! 0 , l > iiila ., l , a .

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1907

^^^^^ ^ ^ ^ jj ^ l ^ W I BUILT on HONOR I You mast wear MAYER I HONORBILT SHOES , to apprecute their itiperiority over other I makes . They have the style and I wearing qualities , and feel right I from the first ; wear long and well , I and look good to the last . J ^ HONORBILT SHOES FOR HEN are made with great care , - of the highest grade material , by skilled workmen . They are honest through and through . You get style , quality and comfort In baying MAYER HONORBILTSHOES . Your dealer will supply you ; il not , write to us . Look for the Mayer Trade Mark on the sole . We also make Leading Lady Shoes , Martha Washington Comfort Shoes , Special Merit School Shoes . F . Mayer Boot < $ ShotTCompany . . . .... . r *¦ >¦• - B ^ a ^ i MILWAUKEE , WIS , fKaltSfltUSbB W * Sw OX BLG 0 D TABLETS FOR THIN PEOPLE . FIRST $ 1 . 00 BOX FOR 25 CENTS . TABLETS ( or thin 0 ° ople ! MHO | BMgv UliiiAT rl . KSIl HtOMCKIt 8 ff ? y > ffitsHS ( f Tliln people rain 10 ...

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

Among Ourselves . With the near approach of Christmas , the minds of The Farmer s Wife family must needs be turned toward thoughts of Christmas Gifts . With this idea in view , we persuaded the Editor to turn this page over to the Business Department because we promised her that we could fill it full of practical and inexpensive suggestions for ideal Christmas Gifts . That we have faithfully- fulfilled our promise we know you will agree after reading every word on this whole page carefully . First , as a slight acknowledgment to the Editorial department for this courtesy and also for the faith in our resourcefulness in being able to cany out our promise to furnish usable Christmas Gift Suggestions , we must compliment our readers on the exceptionally good magazine the Editors have been giving them . We know of no other periodical which is giving its readers such a high class > publication , full of interesting stories , helpful household hints , desirable fashion articles...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1907

BE ¦ illI l l i * l il IflEisitfiPf ^^ lHfiTOiil GOLD ffe £ MOUNTEDJIH tttora DAINTY-STYLISH-RICH T ^ An Exclusive Pattern , Beautiful Tortoise Shell 1 Coloring , Handsomely Mounted with Gold Fret Work Trimming This beautiful highly polished back comb is made ot excellent material and Is of superior workmanship . Tho long flexible teeth are so bent as to conform perfectly and comfortably to the head and It keeps the loose ends ot hair up to look neat and nutty . As desirable a back comb as this can only be secured In the big city stores and are very expensive . Because we nave purchased a very large quantity from the factory we obtained an exceptionally low Introductorv price which will permit us to give them to our readers . fl MIR firPPR * Send only 25 cents for a years ! UUII Urrtn . subscription to THE FARMERS I WIFE , ( new or renewal ) and we will send you by I return mail , one ot these beautiful gold mounted I combs free and prepaid . g THE FARMERS WIFE , ST . PAUL . MINNESO...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1907

^^ HK ONEIWKNMETALTSX . A § nM I \ m ^ m ^ Qm ^ ( F ^ v £ * ORDAIaSYPHOTOGMPHS FJf These Metaltype Photos arc extremely popular as they furnish an inexpensive ^ f l _ ot exchanging photographs . The reproductions can be made from any pnotograph ^ J ^ I , — » ^„« v . „ j ] are much better than the originals . The Metaltype Cards are finished to resemble alum mm M Inum . While the Daisy photos ( shown at the left ) are a { rule larger than the other two styles , • they do not have your name . It Is flultc the thing now especially among men belonging to lodges , to have your photo on your visiting cards . Younger people like to exchange tho Photo Hearts with their name on . Wo send you one dozen ( 12 ) photos ot any set you select . OUR OFFER I Send 25 cents for a years subscription to The Farmer s Wife , add 10 cents extra for noxttigc and packing and return original photograph ( 35 cents in nil ) , and we will send you one dozen ( 18 ) of any of above Metaltype Photos . Send name and...

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

The Farmer s Wife PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY THE WEBB PUBLISHING COMPANY , 61-67 East Tenth Street , St . Paul , Minn EDITORIAL STAFF , ELLA S . WEBB , M . D ., SUNAOIKO EDITOR . MRS . L . J . STEPHENS , EDITORIAL 1 \ AOE 3 , Horiisii s COUNCIL HOVE CLUB , CORltESFONDBNOE . MRS . MARGARET J . BLAIR , StODKL SEWIHO , GAIUIIiNr BlUeTINO AMD HoKfi AST , 0 . 8 . HARRISON , AJIOKO THE FLOWKlis , DR . ELLA S . WEBB , HEALTH TALKS . EDITH RAYMOND , OtlB YoONO FOLKS , RoUSD TillLI . JOSEPH M . HEINEN PUZZLE DEPARTUENT . CHICAGO OBrtcB : GEORGE W . HERBERT , 1136 FIRST NAT . BANK BLDO . v NEW YORK OFFICE : H . G . SOMMERMAJT , KUPLS COURT . 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 lino based on a Guaranteed Circulation exceeding 100 , 000 Copies Each Issue . Every Subscription Is stopped at the expiration . Subscribers are not required to notify tho publishers to stop . ¦ It the ...

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

WOMEN BREADWINNERS . A very interesting statistical report has recently been issued by the U . S . census bureau , complied from the schedules of the census of 1900 , entitled Women at Work , among whom the many women who are mothers of families and their own maids-of-all-work , the hardest working class of women the world over , aro not mentioned ! Why not ? Because their occupation is not considered gainful , and only women who are employed in gainful occupations are considered in this rerport . The total number of women thus employed in the United States was 4 , 833 , 860 , classified as follows : 1 , 771 , 906 native white women whose parents also were natives ; 1 , 030 , 744 native white women one or both of whose parents were immigrants ; 840 , 011 white women who were themselves immigrants ; 1 , 119 , 621 negro women ; and 11 , 288 Indian and Mongolian women . Thus the native white women of native parentage constituted 36 . 7 per cent , or more than one-third , of the total n...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
HEART AND HOME TALKS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1907

HEART AND HOME TALKS . Tho farmer s family should be the happiest of any in the world . For they lire so situated as to almost mako their own world . Or at least to ba very independent of the groat world outside , and able to make the homo , world the pleasantest and dearest spot , on earth . Tho home , however humble , may be beautified with plants and flowers , shaded with trees of fathers planting , set in a neat , well kept lawn . Meals prepared chiefly from the products of the farm and garden may not only please the appetites but keep allin good health . There Is joy In watching the upspringlng and growth of seed planted by one s own hands that those who have never planted cannot imagine . Tho elements are the forces with which tho farmer works , contends against at times , co-operates with at others , until the results of his labors are stored in cellar , granary and hay loft . There is much to be done that Is hard and toilsome , but always there are about the workers the swee...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THANKSGIVING . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1907

THANKSGIVING . After the seasons of hope and promise and fulfillment , comes the time for rejoicing and giving of thanks to tho Creator of all . However we may differ in our religious beliefs , In our conceptions of the creation of the earth , in the source of all things , we cannot but enjoy and rejoice in this beautiful and regular passing of the seasons of sowing and growing and mowing—to the harvest time , the fruition of the hopes of the nation , when we are annually reminded by its chief Executive of the ditty of giving thanks . This Is a most beautiful and truly American custom—the observance of a day of . general thanksgiving . And , whatever of trial or sorrow the year may have brought to any of us individuals , we can take part whole-heartedly in the general thanksgiving , and if we could make an inventory of our blessings , we could each find many things for personal gratitude and thankfulness . To gather as many members of the family as possible around the festive board ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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