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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1907

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Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1908

Do you know how long it was between Christmas and New Years in tins year of our Lord , 1906 ? Exactly six hundred and ( our thousand , eight hundred seconds ; and every second was as long as an ordinary year . I can prove it uy Emeliiie . For Enielinc was having her first heart-break , and like other first things it came hard . It had begun on Christmas Eve . Erneline , sitting in the front row of seats behind the organ—the place assigned to the class which was publicly called the Young Ladies Class for the first time that Christmas—had not dreamed of such a thing as a heartache . She was as happy as a sixteen year old can be , for she had on a new red dress ; ( he hat that had been made over for ho third time by the village milliner 1 . id been pronounced most becoming , and the Christmas vacation upon which she and Phil Kennedy had been counting so long had at last arrived . It was almost time for Phil to come in . He would linger outside the church door a little while to prove hi...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Woman of the West . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1908

The Woman of the West . By Aubrey Fullerton . Through some of the wildest mining districts of the West , in search of gold and fortune , weiit a girl . Houghing it like any pioneer of the wilderness , she well and bravely played a prospector s part and In the mining camps of Idaho , Montana and South Dakota made a name for energy and courage . Here and there over the gold-country she went , looking for a strike , and slackened neither her eagerness nor her effort till she found one . And this she did for the sake of the man she loved . They were both school-teachers and their first meeting had been at a teacher s convention . Shortly after , the white plague laid hold upon him and it seemed that he must die , for , but for her love , he was poor . She went away , then , disappearing suddenly and mysteriously , and the sick man at home waited and wasted . Presently , In the western mining camps a handsome young prospector was heard of , who went by the name of Maleom Kingsley and who...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1908

111 ! At Home Without Pain , Plaster or Operation and I Tel } You How , Free . I Have Proven Cancer Con Be Cured At Homo No Pain . No Plaster , No Knife Dr . Wells . I have discovered a new and seemingly unfailing remedy for the deadly cancer . I have made some most astonishing cures . I believe every person with cancer should know of this . marvelous medicine and its wonderful cures , and I will be glad to give full information free to all who write me and tell me about their case . Peter Keagan . Galesburg , 111 , had cancer of the mouth and throat . Doctors said , no hope . Mr . Keagan wrote : It is only a question of n short time—I must die . To-day his cancer is healed up and he is well . My marvelous nuli ::- tized fluid did it . It has other just such cures to its credit . It is saving people every day and restoring them to health and strength . If you have cancer or any lump or sore that you believe is cancer , write to-day and learn how others have been cured quickly ? and ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1908

/ Xftoafcta 1 \ iWSwvuj ^ I COMFORT SHOES I Thouswdj of womea thoroughly ¦ ajoy the genuine relief and com- ¦ oft of Miriba Washington Comfort ¦ Shoes . They lit like a glove and ¦ Feel at easy as a stocking . Nol bother about buttons or laces ) ¦ they just slip on and oil at will . ¦ Elastic at the sides prevents ¦ pinching or squeezing ) andH gives with every movement ¦ of the foot . Absolute comfort ¦ guaranteed . I Your dealer will supply you ) I if not , write to us . Look for ¦ the name and Trade Mark on I t FRBSi Send the name of IH a dealer who does not handle f ^ LJ Martha Washington Comfort I ^ M Shoes . andwewillsendyoufree , | fN postpaid , a beautiful picture of H ^ Martha Washington , size 15 x 20 . EL We also make the stylish \ fftt Leading Lady Shoes . wfl F . Mayer Boot & Shoe Company li MILWAUKEE , WIS . ^ ^ U ort JHM |^| H I ^ WESa »» S ^ » a ^^*^^^^^^^ sB ^ Ki 3 sB ? 4 i EARN A RAMBLER AUTO IN ONE HOUR Seat . 6 People , S Hone Pemr . SpMd 28 MUM in Ho...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1908

5 MOUNTED /^ J DAINTY-STYLISH-RICH ^ An Exclusive Pattern , Beautiful Tortoise Shell Coloring , Handsomely Mounted with Gold Fret Work TrimmineThis beautiful highly polished back comb 19 made ol excellent material and l 3 of superior workmanship . The lone flexible teeth are BO bent as to conform perfectly and comfortably to the head and it keeps the loose ends of hair up to look neat and fluffy . 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 introductory price which will permit us to give them to our readers . ftllD flCCCDi Send only 25 cents for a year s OUR Urrcn ! subscription w THE FARMER S WIFE , ( new or renewal ) and wc will send you by return mail , one of these beautiful gold mounted combs free and prepaid . THE FARMERS WIFE , STA . M ST . PAUL , MINNESOTA W Beautiful Prize Free ! Wo Want You to arrange these ( our ^^^^ IT...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Burke Kennedy ' s Quest . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1908

Burke Kennedy s Quest . SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS . Burke Kennedy has worked his way through college and , in spite of honors in studies and athletics , has returned to his boyhood s home , where he has no relatives , with the intention of working his way through the cotton factory—the local industry of the place—hoping to climb to the top , —perhaps to win the hand of the manager s daughter . In his childish days , Anna Belle Woodmansce had scorned him and he had vowed she should some day be glad to shako 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 Collinton is brought tip , a little waif , -who was devoted to Uurke , 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 had left for him , and in it was discovered a note which proved her to be the niece of ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
I 40 . OUR HOME CLUB . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1908

I 40 . OUR HOME CLUB . BY MBS . L . J . STEPHENS . New names are added t « Our Home Club at Its every meeting , Several new corners join this time In the discussion and bring practical suggestions , all of whom and which are cordially -welcomed Will not some of the enterprising members who succeeded the past year in some of their efforts outside of the regular housekeeping , tell us all about it ? A year s subscription Is credited for every letter published . Suppress Trashy Literature—Will you let one who is not a farmer s wife into the Home Club ? I have been a silent but interested reader of The Fanner s Wife for several months , and -would like to say a few words of appreciation of the many good things I And in it . I was especially pleased with a short article in the August number , A Demoralizing Influence , and I would like to suggest as a topic for February , What can mothers do to help in the suppression of all trashy literature ? Not only Sunday supplements but many books ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1908

TO WOMEN WHO DREAD MOTHERHOOD ! Information How They May Give Birth to Happy , Healthy Children Absolutely Without Pain—Sent Free . No woman need any longer dread the pains of childbirth , or remain childless . Dr . J . H . Dye has devoted his life relieving the sorrows of women . He has proved that all pain of childbirth may bo entirely banished , and he will gladly tell you now it may be done absolutely free of charge . Send your name and address to Dr . J . H . Dye , 256 Lewis Block , Buffalo , N . Y ., and he will send you , postpaid , his wonderful book which tells how to give birth to happy , healthy children absolutely without pain ; also how to cure sterility . Do not delay but write today . - 30 BABY DRESS PATTERNS t » nd a SS . 00 UNIVERSAL <) CDRESS CUTTING CHART for ZOC 4 I will send you one Universal Dress and 1 Cloak Cutting Chart ( with which you cut gar * vtents wit heat patterns } and a set VV P of cither 30 longer lOshortclothcs i 7 baby patterns with di...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Tested And Tried Recipes . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1908

Tested And Tried Recipes . By Good Housekeepers . r Russian Drop Cakes . 3 eggs , 1 cup of butter 1 A cups of sugar , 3 cups of flour , 1 tablespoon of hot water , with 1 teaspoon of soda dissolved in it ; 1 lb . raisins , chopped , 10 cents worth of English walnuts chopped line . Drop with a teaspoon into creased pans . If too rich , add hot water and flour . They will spread a little when put into the oven . White Cake . K cup butter , 2 cups sugar , 1 cup sweet milk , i A cups ( lour , 1 [ teaspoon vanilla , 2 teaspoons of baking powder , whites of 4 eggs beaten stiff . Bake in moderate oven . —C . M ., Minn . Lemon Custard . Grated rind and juice of one lemon , yokes of three eggs . Butter the size of a walnut , H cup sugar , 2 teaspoons Hour . Pour this custard into a tin , lined with flaky pie crust and bake . Beat whites of eggs ot a stiff froth , sweeten a little , and put this meringue on the pie , browning it in the oven for a few minutes . —M . H ., la . T Sweet Muffins ....

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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TRY THEM FREE . / ••""—^ S . . ^ " """"" N . ' WanttoProve to Ton That Tru « f ~ . ¦ r ' siiht Spectacles Are the ¦ * M ~ U ^^ % 1 II _ M ' Ever Wore * y .- / ^ J ^ ¦/"" Simply Send Me Your Name . tL „ S L * Jy 1 will send you my perfect Truiight / ™ Eye Tester with which you can test I II * II ..... n ....: » il 1 your own eyes as well as the most I No Money Requirea J ®* ° &™* - whe ™ win ™ l " " # the tester with your test 1 will send / you a pair of Genuine Trusight ^^ ^ S Spectacles that will surely fit you on ^^ - ± ¦ * ¦ ^ 6 days * free trial . I won't . ask for Q cent of money—no deposit—not even a reference . You wear the glasses in your own home for six days and if perfectly satisfactory in every way—3 they are the best glasses you ever saw at any price—send me only $ 1 and the glasses are yours . If the glasses for any reason do not suit you—if you don't believe them to be the best bargain you ever bad—return them and yon are out nothing . It is because I am so positive that you can see better with Trnsight Spectacles than with common glasses that I want to send a pair especially fitted to your eyes on 6 days * free trial . Send for tester today . TRVSIGBT SPECTACLE CO ., 241 Ritfs © BH & , Kansas City , Mc % , [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1908

TRY THEM FREE . / ••—^ S . . ^ N . WanttoProve to Ton That Tru « f ~ \ . ¦ r \ siiht Spectacles Are the ¦ * M ~ U ^^ % 1 II _ M Ever Wore * y .- / ^ J \ ^ ¦/ Simply Send Me Your Name . \ tL „ S \ L * Jy 1 will send you my perfect Truiight / ™ \ Eye Tester with which you can test I II * II ..... n ....: » il 1 your own eyes as well as the most I No Money Requirea J \®* ° &™* - whe ™ win ™ l # the tester with your test 1 will send \ / you a pair of Genuine Trusight ^^ ^ S Spectacles that will surely fit you on ^^ - ± ¦ * ¦ ^ 6 days * free trial . I wont . ask for Q cent of money—no deposit—not even a reference . You wear the glasses in your own home for six days and if perfectly satisfactory in every way—3 they are the best glasses you ever saw at any price—send me only $ 1 and the glasses are yours . If the glasses for any reason do not suit you—if you dont believe them to be the best bargain you ever bad—return them and yon are out nothing . It is because I am so positiv...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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1 DE NEW YEAR . | [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1908

1 DE NEW YEAR . | % * v vv M , Listen , honeyl Doan yo hear . . . J AA How de bells an riugin clear ? < « $ « , ¦ * , ^? J ** Dis am New Year s mawnin , chile . ^ .. % ^ .. J . Comb yo hair an * dress , an smile . * $ .. $ A . ; . Let de past be past ; doangrebe . W Aj . Fo de Ole Year ; ies belebe A . j . .. ^ Dat de New Year s gwine to bring . .. ; . A . T . V * * * ^ . ^ . All dats good an comforting . A . ; . ; . »;? Dig a grave an ! bury deep , . M ^• 4 > All yo troubles . Jes yo keep . £ ?? . • . U Last years lessons , lettin go . ; . A u Ebery circumstance o woe . . ; .. ? . { . A God hab sent de New Year , chile , . ; , ^ . ; .. ; . Fo 10 make yo ! glad an smile . - % A . v . * . —ltuth Raymond . . ; . ^ |!* ? r . ; .. K <******** # *** W Gross negligence on the part of the Canadian government is charged in the terrible disaster of the cantilever bridge at Quebec . Investigation brings out the facts that the dominion government made no effici...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1908

HSEEDS ¦ ^ BUXBElfS SEEDS SUCCEED ! ^ M WTSPECIAL OFFER : ^ Ur Slide t » kulld New BaitaeH . A trial will ^ n make you our permanent customer . H Pfi 7 P f nllCf tidal BMIIBIBM varieties ; t * t * V W n the finest ; Turnip . T splendid : union , 8 best varle- | Uai ; i 08 prinB . flowerinr ; buibi—06 varieties in all . I I eCAEANTELD TO PLBASE . I I Write to-day ; Mention this Paper . I I SEND 10 CENTS I to cover poitagt and pnokIi . fr and receive this valuable m B collection of Seed * postpaid , lopetbK with my bin H Initruetlve , Ikantlftil Seed and Plant Book , M ^ K tells all about tho Best varieties of Seeds , Plants , etc . ^ m ^ L II HI Dii « LtiAa H 0 CO 0 RD SEED FARMS ^ M Blti We DUCKD 69 , FARM 99 B 0 aKF 0 RD , nJ .. ^ H I WE WANT TO SEND EVERY PltrP GARDENER AN ASSORT- kUpr MENT OF GARDEN SEED lULL ( A When wo Bay Kree we mean ^^^ 0 * M Free , we do not ask yon to do vfibfe . fcS // any work or pay us one cent . UKA J / SLf * fJ Wewantyooto try our aeeda , ^^ v / TwVnJ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1908

FORTUNE ! % & Send two . cant stamp with Mrth dats « nd I wilJ Bead yon * pen picture of your life from the cradle to the grave , All matters ol InwlneflB . love , marriage and health , plainly told by the greatest Autrologer living . Patron * aatonlehed and wiUstled . Prof . Leo Amzl 18 First Ave ., Bridgeport , Conn fk & m > 60 DAYS TRIAL ^ saBSHl gives yon an opportunity of tak- ¦ EJI ^ X ^ P B fig ° n two batoties and thorI ^^ HHK ongnly trying machine . Send i ^^ WlP ^ S 1 hack If not satisfactory . Send IwanavR I for free Illustrated catalog . | Mfl L ^ To ^^^ nTd ? 0 * ANY WOMAN CAN EARN $ 35 £ ! 1 ! K Pleasant , eonecnlal work—tie profits . Be your own boss . Samples free . Write quick . Crescent Works , ( Kstaulihhcd 1 ; Yearn ) Dept M , Ana Arbor , Mich . Please Mention this Paper when Writing .

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1908

r v * HrreoDuci OUR surution HORTNUir STOCK Wl Omit A PAIR OF Angora Boat MSuS ? $ 10 . 00 ^ Ma > - ^ Onb > One Pair at thto ^^ p ^ TJa ^ Prlcatonay one sddzeia it ^ ir * 3 ^ Av wimrt W « * P TO \ -Mltjr \ ti * . /} Angora Goati are W ^ f ir ^ ^~ M tho moat profitable ZffALlr UrgHtAmeitea of all larra anUnals— ^ Vf ^ brtBdnaudalitp - valuable fleece , meat ml Den Aiuon GoftU and pelt . A pair will ^ tcqaaint yea with their habltf and rwdllr conrlnce you ot the worth of Angora Goats on your farm . Express charges will be nominal . Write today for complete AN G OKA CATALOGUE , or for CATALOGUE illustrating Angora ruga , robes , coats and children s furs at producers * prices . Northern Angora Goat and Live Stock Co . DEFT . D . HELENA , MONTANA . ^^^^— M— . ^ . ^— —¦¦ . —— . nm—a ^— . a FREE lairFood TRIAL BOX To Prove its Worth Tho 0 NIY WA 7 to tell the mil of falling hair Is aea and women is to make a UI 0 BO 80 OPI 0 EX & M 1 NATIDR of the hair .....

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J 42 The Farmer ' s Wife [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1908

J 42 The Farmer s Wife PUBLISHED MONTHLY BV THE WEBB PUBLISHING COMPANY , 61-67 East Tenth Street , St . Paul , Minn , EDITORIAL STAFF , ELLA 8 . WEBB , II . D ., MiNAOINO KMTOB . MRS . L . J . STEPHENS , EDITORIAL PAGES , MOTHER S COUNCIL HomCmi , CORHESPOKDEN 01 I . MRS . MARGARET J . BLAIR , _ HOBXt , SEWING , OAHHEKT DRAFTING AND HOW AST . 0 . 8 . HARRISON , AHOKO THE FtOWERS . DR . ELLA 8 . WEBB , HEALTH TALES . EDITH RAYMOND , OUR YOTOO FOLKS , ROUSDTABLE . JOSEPH M . HEINEN , PUZZLE DEPAHIKKKT . CHICAGO OKTICR : GEORGE W . HERBERT , 1736 FIRST NAT . BASE Bu > 0 . NEW YORK OFFICE : H . 0 . SOMMERMAN , T KUPLK 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 . Subecribere are not required to notify tbe publishers to etop . Ittbe ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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* WMWWV HEART AND HOME TALKS . Ilfnu .. mnillAKII liaiTaQ ' * jfl Iff fltlfl aflnilltta [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1908

* WMWWV HEART AND HOME TALKS . Ilfnu .. mnillAKII liaiTaQ * jfl Iff fltlfl aflnilltta AUtVliy lllVllJum ,,..,. auw , » .. * . less many times as many more have felt that if they had known how different they would find the management of a home and family from what they had anticipated , they would never have undertaken it , would never havo married . They are depressed with a sense of failure , of individual weakness and Incapacity . Many feel that they were not only incapable of properly endowing children , but that they have been guilty of sad mismanagement , and are unworthy the place of mother , example , counsellor and guide . Let us recall a wise old saying , than which nothing is truer , that every back is fitted to Its burden , nothing is put upon us that we are not able to bear . But It rests with each of us as to 1 iow we shall bear our burdens , whether bravely , patiently , cheerfully , with a daily prayer for help and strength from the Higher Power , which never falls us...

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