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WBBss £ ^ wkM ^ ^^ 2 ?^ Cla u de & Veredith [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1907

WBBss £ ^ wkM ^ ^^ 2 ?^ Cla u de & Veredith It was a most disheartening trick of the brain—so John Loftus told himself—a trick of the memory , a way it had of dropping into that old i-ut , and going over and over again the same awful road of misery and desolation . He was angry with himself for allowing this bitter , useless retrospection to continue , so angry that he forgot his cigar and let his hand fall . limply over the chair arm , where the cigar sent out a bit of blue circling smoke , and presently a great splotch of white ash fell on the velvet carpet Ordinarily John was a very tidy ^ , man . but just now he . was a good deal disheartened . - He stared blankly at tlje ,. magnificent , furnishings about him . But . what lie , really saw was a very different , picture . What he saw was . a rocky .. hillside pasture ,- with myriads of Canada thistles , and V barefooted ; boy picking his way among them ; at the heels , of a straggling little line of home going cows ....

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1907

DISEASE CANNOT EXIST Where There is a Perfect Circulation of the Blood HEALTH AND STRENGTH Are the Result of a Good Circulation ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ We make this statement just as broad , sweeping and all-inclusive as we know how , ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ fl Man s ability to cure disease is limited only to the ^ P ^^^^^^^^^^^^ P ^ BH |^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I When we say that disease can be cured without the use of medicine , we mean every ^ Hjjj ^ HmH ^^^^^^| H ^^^^^^ HH word we My- Ever 3 word of is true . We know to be true because past ^^^^^^^ HHHHj ^^^^ H ° f a century we have proved it to our own satisfaction and to the satisfaction of thousands ^ K • ^^^ HBN ^ E ^ INH HK ^^ V ^ INNNNNN M ° ^ ° ^ bers . ^ B |> ¦ ^¦{^^¦ pT ? ^* iHBfa ^* ^^^ B we are constantly on the lookout for other diseases to prove it on . We prove it to any- ^ HL ^^^^^ KjjhS jTky -JHSHI J body—in fact , we want to prove it to everybody . We do not care what the disease is , nor ^^ HHL &...

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

Burke Kennedy s Quest . SYNOPSIS OP PPJEVIOUS CHAPTERS . Burke Kennedy has Worked his way through college and , in apite of honors in studies and athletics , has returned to his boyhoods home , where he has no relatives , with the intention of working his way through the cotton factory—the local industry of the place-rhoping to climb to the top , —perhaps to win the hand ol the manager s daughter . In his childish days , Anna Belle Woodmansee had scorned him and he had vowed she should some day bo glad lo shake hands with him . Through jealousy and spite the superintendent gives him the position of fireman for his friend Ben , the engineer . As they talk over the past , the name of . Meg Colhriton is brought up , a little waif , who was devoted to Burke , to his great annoyance , and who went away from Mill Run to get an education , when Burke left , four years before . Ben gave Burke a locket she hud left for him , and in it was . discovered a note which proved her to be the . niec...

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

OUR HOME CLUB . BY MRS . L . J . STEPHENS . Who will advise the young wife who feels that she must earn some money for herself ? It would seem that there must be some means of convincing any fair minded man that there . should be such a division of the family income as would provide his wife regularly with a sum for her personal use . Wo hope some one or more of Our Home Club members will be able to offer helpful suggestions . We would be glad of more letters upon the suggested topics , particularly upon evening recreations . Will some of our readers among the young people in the farm homes , reached by this paper , become active members of Our Home Club by describing some interesting games for the family at home and for social occasions outside ? The subscription offers continue . Evening Recreations . —We play a game at home , when our young friends come in , which we call Blind Man . All sit in a circle save one who is blindfolded . The latter is given a long rod and , standing i...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1907

DRESSMAKING IFSSL § EARN SI 2 TO $ 30 A WEEK Wo tench you to cut and lit hy meiiKuic . Atape-Hnc . jMil-sttcK and scissors only required . You lcara to design , cut , lit , make and drape any carmen ! from the plainest to tuc finest . Drafting taught by Madame Stevenson s French tailor system . Yon can learn at Iiome by mall at your leisure , not interfering with regular work . Catalog free . Booklet , How TO SEW , 25 c . Address NATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL OF DRESSMAKING , Oepartmant p . Moto . Iowa , U . S , A , YOUR FORTUNE TOLD ^ Mp ^ by tho greatest Eggptiim Astrologer nnd tUL t Mystic Adept . Tho future , love , health , ^ F Wm i \ F _ iF- wealth and marriage , all made plain to ¦ Ma ^ H -ou gon ( j ^ 19 0 f birtli find stamp to PROF . ESHE BYAM , Dept . 44-78 SYRACUSE , N . Y . / \ /

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1907

r ^^^ HRj ^ W ^ m XJk I LEADING LADY I I SHOES I I FOR WOMEN I ^ M Leading Lady Shoes ate * but described in three I I I words—Style , Comfort , Set- B I vice . You rarely find alt Hft 1 I these qualities combined in I one shoe . I I SHOES I are seat and dressy . I I They fit perfectly and are ex- I I tremely comfortable from the I beginning . No better values I I are obtainable anywhere . I I Your dealer will supply youi I I if not , write to us . Look for I I the Mayer Trade Mark on the I I sole . I I We alto make Martha WashI Ington Comfort Shoes , Special I I Merit School Shoes , Honorbilt I I Shoes for Men . I I F . Mayer Boot & Shoe Company I HTRAOIMMII ¦ R ^ % y MILWAUKEE , WIS . I iicvL ^ ssy 30 BABY DRESS PATTERNS and a $ 5 . 00 UNIVERSAL $£ - DRESS CUTTING CHART lor LdC * I will send you one Universal Dress tad 1 Cloak Cutting Chart ( with which you cut garmpteuts withoutpatterns ) andaset ^^ P ofdther 30 long or 10 short clothes i 7 baby patterns with directio...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Dainty Holiday Presents . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1907

Dainty Holiday Presents . DAINTY HOLIDAY PRESENTS . ^ Margaret M . Wlthrow . fpk A Banana Sachet or PlncushHl \« Ion . —Get silk as near the color \ . \ Si In as many divisions as are in I a the skin , using a banana as a I a model . Sew the seams on the i wrong side , leaving one open . \\ \ i \ Through this insert cotton wad- \ j M ding , thoroughly sprinkle with gJM satchct powder . Close and sew gd ^ neatly together . Pin Balls . —These are easy % & £ > for little nngers to make . * JT Cover some round balls pt n \ worsted with bright velvet # 11 and over the joining fasten a JIS bow of baby ribbon . Suspend J ^ jj 1 them in a cluster with baby MW § f Little Red Riding Hood makes a pretty present for a child . Get a china doll and dress in a mantle and hood of red cloth , pink the edges and tie the cape and hood on with red baby ribbon . Hang a wee basket on her left arm . Floor Cushions . — orandmother will surely bless the little maid who makes her one o...

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

CHRISTMAS DAINTIES . CAKES . Sour Cream Cookies , One cup of sugar , small tablespoon puller , two eggs , one cup sour cream and n teaspoon soda , a clash of salt , a little grated nulmc !! , or caraway seed , one teaspoon vanilla , flour to make a soft dough , just so that they can he handled , roll tliin bake in a ouick oven till light brown . Douelinuts . One cup sugar , one tablespoon butter worked into the sugar , or , melted lard , one egg , on cup sour milk one teaspoon soda , dissolved m milk , or sweet milk and baking powder can he used , ( hough they do not keep as moist , grated nutmeg for seasoning , roll tlim cut with doughnut cutter or use biscuit cutter and a thimble to cut out middle roll about as you would for biscuit . Fry till a nice brown in boiling lard . Lard is of the right heat when a blue smoke arises from the kettle in which you arc frving the cakes . I . ard must bo kept at this heat so that the cakes will not soak lard and be too greasy . Jam Cake . One c...

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

CHRISTMAS DINNER . Cream Oyster Soup . Roast Turkey with Onion Stuffing . Rlced Foutous . Glblet Gravy . Cabbage Salad . Chicken Pie . Cranberry Sauce . Celery . Mince Pie . Cheese . Pumpkin Pie . Ice Cream . Fruit Cake . Angel Food . Raisins . Fruit . Coffee . Cream Oyster Soup . —Put one quart each of cream and milk into a granite kettle , over a slow Are . When scalding hot , put In one pint or more of oysters . Let come to a boil , season to taste and serve at once . ¦ Roast Turkey . —Dress young turkey , rub with salt inside and out . Partly fill with stuffing . Put into granite roasting pan with a little water , cover tightly and roast in a slow oven Vk to 3 hours . Onion Stuffing . —One loaf stale bread , moistened with milk ; 1 onion chopped fine ; 1 egg well beaten ; piece of butter , size of an egg ; salt , pepper and ground sage to taste . Mix all together lightly . Rlced Potatoes . —After they are mashed and seasoned , pass through a ricer . Cabbage Salad . —Slice cabbag...

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 December 1907

j | g * £ ; HARDY Trees anil Plants sfe ^ S WE A ^ 8 SF C FREI /^ ^ • TF . p . izTaylors Falls , Minn . JWKBI A Christmas Gift Suggestion . WHAT would please some friend more than to have you give her a year s subscription to THE F ARMER S WIFE , reminding her not only on Christmas day of your thoughtfulness , but twelve times during the year / We attend to all tlie details for you ; simply send the names and addresses of your friends , together with 25 cents for a year s subscription for each . We have prepared a Christmas card which wc will send to each one tor you . _ This is in beautiful old English type on heavy Bristol Board , your name is filled in and the card and the first issue of THE FARMEH S WIPTI are mailed by us lo reach your friend on Christinas morning . The subscriptions may bo sent to us at any time ; we hold the cards and papers to mail at the proper tome . And to reward you for these subscriptions you give to friends , we will send to vou the premiums we offer fo...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1907

ASSfk ^ SS • W ^ M ^* m ^ UiP ^^^ gnw tbem ^^^^^^^ U ^^ ^ by the million . To ^ PHBBHP ^^^ prove they arc healt hy and SlMaflK vigorous wo offer 6 fine Spruces Syr . HMlUSI old Free to property owners . Mailing I ^ H ^^^ Br eipenso 5 ct . t wlticlisendornot . Apost | ^ H |^^ al will bring them . Catalogue free . I The ! Gardner Mureery Co ,, Box 88 , Oflage , Iowa . j | THE T . M . ROBERTS CO-OP . SUPPLY CO . ELEVATOR CHECKS , we take them . We take CLEARING HOUSE CERTIFICATES . We take BANK CHECKS . And bear in mind , we take any kind of Monev Orders , Certificates , Checks or Drafts that are eood , the same as Cash . Send or bring them in . OUR PRICES WERE NEVER LOWER . $ 6 Violin Outfit Only $ 2 . 57 . ^ g ^ H 11 H 1101 . Our Special Stradlvarlus ModelTioIln . « i ¦ f / plflsj ^ lljllll ^ This licautltul instrument Is one that Is much sought pragaW tSZ 0 SsS ^ gS & SSS 2 , alter by amateurs that want a violin ol g 0 . uaUty at . » < » p ^ 2 §§ 3 nTIIIIII (§...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1907

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126 The Farmer ' s Wife [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1907

126 The Farmer s Wife PUBLISHED MONTHLV BY THE WEBB PUBLISHING COMPANY , 61-67 East Tenth Street , St . Paul , Minn , EDITORIAL STAFF , ELLAS . WEBB , M . D ., IlAKAoma EDITORMRS . L . 3 . STEPHENS , EDITORIAL PAOBS , Monica s COUNCIL HOKB CLUB , CORKESPOXDSNCB . MRS . MARGARET J . BLAIR , MODEL SEWING , GARMENT DHAPTIKG AND BOIIE ART , C . a HARRISON , AJIOKO THE FLOWSSS . DR . ELLA S . WEBB , HEALTH TALKS . EDITH RAYMOND , Oca YOUNG FOLKS , ROUND TABLE . JOSEPH M . HEINEN , PUZZLE DEFAMMEST . CHICAGO OmcE : GEORGE W . HERBERT , 1736 FIRST NAT . BASE BLDO . NEW YORK OFFICE : H . G . SOMMERMAN , TKUPLE 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 line based on a Guaranteed circulation exceeding 100 , 000 Copies Each Issue , „ Every Subscription Is stopped at the expiration . BubscrlGers are not required to notify the publishers to stop . It the subscription Is not r...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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WOMAN'S WORK AND IMPLEMENTS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1907

WOMANS WORK AND IMPLEMENTS . Man s work Is from sun to sun , but womans work Is never done Is as true today as When the old adage was first spoken , although in most of the trades and occupations in which women are engaged the working hours of women as well as men have been reduced to eight or at most to ten hours a day . But the work of the woman who Is at once housekeeper , maid of all work , seamstress and nurse continues as strenuous and as continuous as before the day of labor unions , of strikes and of Improved farm and household machinery . The housekeeper who either cannot afford or secure help should be provided with at least as many helps for her work In the way of labor-saving implements and utensils as are in use afield . It is just as necessary that food bo prepared as that it be provided ; that the house as well as the fields be kept in order ; and , especially wnere there Is an increasing family , the mother needs every possible help of recent inventions and manufactu...

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

THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT . Anticipation and work for Christinas pervades every home . The children , for whose benefit the occasion is made a joyous one , are naturally especially excited . And a joyous one it is throughout Christendom , as commemorating the birth of the Prince of Peace , the divine apostle of Love , rightly regarded as God s best gift to man . Were His teachings generally followed the world over would not only be at peace , but every act of every person the . world over would be influenced only by love , which would lead each to do all in his power to promote the happiness and well being of every other of his feilowmen . And while we make Christmas the happiest day of the year for our children , we should not let the day s attractions and festivities and the pleasure their gifts bring drive from their minds the reason why the day is thus observed . This thought should be so impressed upon them previously that it will be uppermost upon receiving their gifts which are be...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WOMEN'S WORK IN MUNICIPALITIES . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1907

WOMENS WORK IN MUNICIPALITIES . The United States is far behind European countries , in many of which the municipal ballot was long ago granted on exactly the same terms as to men . In only the four states , Colorado , Wyoming , Idaho and Utah , where they have full suffrage , and in Kansas where municipal suffrage has been given women , may women in this country serve their cities just as men may . But in spite of political disability , woman s sphere of usefulness in the municipality is widening . We have before us just now the cheering example of a great city , Cleveland , Ohio , the seventh in size In the United States , inviting a committee of three women into the public service , by way of A Visiting Committee for all City Institutions . This committee is established by the board of public service and its members are required not only to report to that Board , but also to make recommendations . No salaries are attached , but expenses are provided .. The women selected to serve...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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THE FINANCIAL "FLURRY . " [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1907

THE FINANCIAL FLURRY . The recent Wall Street disturbance created by some of the big gamblers operations there , denominated a flurry , seems now to be pretty well quieted ; not , however , without ) making itself felt more or less over the entire country . But the national banking and currency system has now too deep a foundation to be materially weakened from such causes and normal conditions will soon be resumed . The protective measures adopted by the banks , acting co-ope-ratively , and the assistance given them by the government , prevented the financial flurry from developing into a panic . Over sixty million dollars in gold has been secured in Europe , and upon its distribution the present strain will be relieved . Regarding the western situation , the following Washington dispatch is of interest : Senator Heyburn has entered a protest against further deposits by the government in New York banks , in which he declares : On behalf of the people of the western states , and esp...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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