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The Flight of a Wife [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

The Flight of a Wife f ^^ i—n—mmn 1 —¦ — . ^ i — ¦ . — ^ —»^ —¦ ^ ¦ 1 —— . ^ i —^^ The Flight of a Wife Written for The Farmers Wife [¦¦ BY BARBARA MACGREbOR STEELE : : The tired horses that had traveled lir some miles slowly and steadily , ith hanging heads , suddenly and ithout urging started into a hurried -ot . The driver , roused from a half leep , straightened up with a chuckle nd remarked , sympathetically , Smell lie waterin trough , don t ye , boys ? , s £ a few moments later the noses of A beasts were plunged within its coolie depths . Refreshed , they clattered ( jomeward , their heavy hoof beats : ! the rumbling of the empty farm |! n the only sounds that disturbed ; country quiet of the September ¦ -fie harvest moon sailed high in the , yfodless sky and lighted up the peaceill prairie landscape , whose shorn \ rain fields and green pasture spaces ( Vere dotted here and there by the turdy growth of the wind-breaks , with which the early settlers in this ertile but treele...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THOUSANDS HAVE KIDNEY TROUBLE AND DON'T KNOW IT . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

THOUSANDS HAVE KIDNEY TROUBLE AND DONT KNOW IT . To Prove What Swa . mp-Root , the Great Kidney Remedy . Will do for YOU , Every Reader of Farmer s Wife May have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail . Weak and tinhealthj kidneys are responsible tor mor & sickness and sutlerino than any other disease , therelore * hen through neglect or other causes , Kidney trouble is permitted to continue , fatal results are sure to follow . Your other organs may need attentioa—but your kidneys most , because they do most and need attention first II you are sick or feel badly , begin taking Dr . Kilmer s Swamp-Root , the great kidney , li » er an * bladder remedy , because as soon as your kidneys begin to get better they will help alt the other organs to health . A trial will convince anyone . The mild and immediate effect of Dr . Kilmer s Swamp-Root , the great kidney and bladder remedy , is soon realized . It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases . Swam...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Wdri ej ) jj ^ rr ^ - & Q & 1 Q } J 9 n ? apiti & s ' [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

Wdri \ ej ) jj ^ rr ^ - & Q & 1 Q } J 9 n ? apiti & s I . How To Enjoy Country Life And Work . WRITTEN FOR THE FARMER S WIPE . If the farmers wife has not an inborn love of green things growing , she is to be pitied . It is not necessary to have been born in the country to have this love . A physician tells of finding a child born in and living in a city tenement , who had an onion growing in a tomato can . The child had polished the little window of the room in order that the onion might have a better chance ! It is quite as necessary and a good deal more practical to have , also , a love of making the green things grow , and of taking a vital interest in all that pertains to successful growing in all departments of farm life . Should a young woman fall in love with a farmer and have a chance to marry him , she should ask herself Am I in love with his vocation ? If she promises to take him for better or worse with the mental reservation , Ill mak...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
LYDIA'S QUORUM [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

LYDIAS QUORUM By Belle Maniates A W / ell , Lyddy , Ill get you the job * pf I can , but it s going to be a mighty fhard thing to get a corum , Deacon | . Watrous was saying . You see , that j young Wight thinks we ought to have ; a man . Of course , youll have my vote , but Bill Stiles is always straddiing a fence , and the last man he talks j to gets him . This young fellers high 1 falutin talk kind of caught Bill s fancy , and he was totterin , but I took him in hand and now he s leanin our way again . Ill stick to him tighter than a brother and keep him away from Wight till the tneetin is over . It s to-morrow night . You are so good , Deacon Watrous , replied Lydia , raising grateful eyes , and if I get the place Ill do my best to vindicate your choice . Ill do all I can , Lyddy , said the deacon . Lydia Gardner had spent the past summer away from home , and when she returned to the farm she had found the family in a state of gloom . Crops had been poor , a number of cattle had...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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I Can Cure Cancer [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

I Can Cure Cancer At Home Without Pain , Plaster or Operatioi and I Tell You How , Free . I Have Proven Cancer Can be Cured at Home : No Pain , No Plaster , No knife -Dr . Wells- ¦ I have discovered a new and seemingly unfailing cure for the deadly cancer . I have made some meat astonishing cures . I believe every person with cancer shonld know this marvelous medicine audits wonderful cures and I will be glad to give full information free to all who write me and tell me about thely 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 a short time—I must die , To-day his cancer is healed up and he is well . My marvelous radiated 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 write to-day and learn how others have been cured quickly...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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c / % hr ^ joiinciI [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

c / % hr ^ joiinciI THE SUNDAY SCHOOL-It is an immeasurable help to the mother in the . proper training of her children . If small and held only in the schoolhouse in charge of the young people of the neighborhood the Sunday-school is a power for good in the formation of character . It is a mental and moral uplift for the children and young people to meet thus for the study of the bible , which is made so easy and so plain by the lesson helps provided by the different denominations .. No matter what may be the mother s religious belief or denominational preferences or if she is or not a member of any church , she may yet be a Christian mother , and lead her children in the study of the book that has been the moral and spiritual guide of the civilized world—of its greatest and best , for so many centuries . She may search out the most inspiring peans of the Psalmist , the most precious promises of the prophets , teach them the wisdom of the Proverbs , and pray with them that they may...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Sure Cure For Rupture [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

Sure Cure For Rupture New Scientific Appliance , Always a Perfect Fit-Adjustable to Any SUe Person-Easy , Comfortable , Never Slips-Costs less Than Many Common trusses-Mate tor Men . Women or Children . I Send It ON Approval-Yon Wear It-It You Are Not Satisfied , I Refund Your Money Without A Question . 1 nave Invented a rupture appliance that I can safely say , by 80 years experience In the rupture business , Is the only one that will absolutely hold the rupture and never slip and yet la cool , comfortable , conforms to every movement of the body without chafing or hurting and costs less than many ordinary trusses . 1 have put the price BO low that any person rich or poor , can buy , and I absolutely guarantee It * Jas . Brltlon , Cared of llnpture by C . K . Ilrootj . 1 make it to your order—send it to you—you wear It , and if it doesnt satisfy you send it back to me and I will refund your money without question . That la the fairest proposition ever made by a rupture specialist ....

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Owafomi ^ luh . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

Owafomi ^ luh . IX m o / VnV : J . oylephens s COOKERY HINTS .-It is so hard to knovy what to cook every day , that I wish more attention might be given to plain , every day cookery . How many have tried creamed carrots and turnips ? These are peeled and sliced , then cut into dice , and when boiled tender served with a dressing of milk , Fresh apples are so high that I have felt I must use the evaporated fruit , and by adding a little vinegar to the water in which dried apples are soaked I find their flavor is much improved . I do . not cook them for pies and puddings , simply soak them over night , pouring warm water over after thoroughly washing them . In the morning I cut out all core portions that appear , and use the same as fresh apples . Potatoes are so high that we use fewer of them than usual , and more beans and rice . We like rice served with meat , with the gravy , the same as pototo , for a change , though I boil it and serve it plain with raisins with cream and sugar ...

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The Farmer ' s Wife [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

The Farmer s Wife PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY THE WEBB PUBLISHING COMPANY 47-51 E . 4 th Steet , ST . PAUL , MINN . EDITORIAL STAFF , ELLA S . WEBB , SI . D ., MANAOIKO EDITOR . MRS . L . J . STEPHENS , EDITORIAL PAGES , MOTHER S COUNCIL HOUR CLUB , CORRESPONDENCE . MRS . MARGARET J . BLAIR , MODEL SEWING , QARSIENT DBAFTI . VO AKD HOKE ART . C . 6 . HARRISON , AMONO THE FLOWERS . DR . ELLA 8 . WEBB , HEALTH TALKS . EDITH RAYMOND , OCR YOOHO FOLKS , ROUND TAILS -. KAPPA KAPPA , PUZZLE DEPARTMENT . CHICAGO ORTICEI GEORGE W , HERBERT , 1736 FIRST NAT . BANK BLDO . NKW YORK OFFICE ¦ WALLACE C . RICHARDSON , 788 TEMPLE COURT . TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS : Single Subscriptions is Cents a Year In Advance ; 3 o Cents per Year in St . Paul . Advertising Rates : 85 cents per agate line , - based on a Guaranteed Circulation exceeding 60 , 000 copies each issue . Every Subscription is stopped at the expiration . Subscribers are not required to notify the publishers to stop . If the subscription Is not rene...

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FORECAST FOR FEBRUARY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

FORECAST FOR FEBRUARY . In our present issue , a story by Mrs . C . C . Wouters , better known to our readers as Kappa Kappa , has been begun , and will run through several numbers . It wiH be followed with interest by our readers , for its plain , practical description of every day farm life . Mrs . Livingston will contribute a second article in the series entitled Women in Rural Communities . The article in the department of Scientific Cooking by Miss Lister will comprise a study of tea , coffee , cocoa etc . which will be found unusually entertaining and useful . The Home Art page will contain a very-fine article on china , with illustrations , by Mrs . Margaret Blair : The stories for our February number promise to be very enjoyable .

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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THE NEW YEAR [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

THE NEW YEAR The beginning of each year cannot but bring to the conscientious soul a renewed sense of the responsibilities of life and of the desire to fulfil them more worthily and well . The young look eagerly forward from the newly opened door into the future with hopeful , happy anticipation , and naturally wish to make in the coming twelve months a better record than in the past ; the new year becomes , therefore , a time for making new resolutions , as the mistakes and failures of the past are recalled against which they would guard the future . It is greatly to be deplored that this state of mind has come to be flippantly regarded and made a jest . Instead , it should be sympathetically appreciated and encouraged . We are all prone to err and it is well that the beginning of the year impress us as a fitting occasion for reviewing the errors of the past , and as a starting point on a new and better path . And as we greet one another with A Happy New Year , let us resolve most ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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. OUR HIGHEST POWER . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

. OUR HIGHEST POWER . Man is the most perfect expression of the Creator , the highest in the order of creation , possessing in himself creative and controlling powers . The greatest wonder of the universe is the reproductive power of all animal creatures . Next to this is the marvelous powers of the human mind ., as evidenced in the high state of civilization of the present day—the extent to which the elements and forces of nature have been made subservient to man s will and to contribute to his comfort . The highest power of the mind is that which assumes to control the physical state , and which , when the body is weakened , has been found capable of restoring its strength . Jesus was the first and highest exponent of this power , which was also exercised in a remarkable degree by his disciples , but which seems to have been apparently unknown and unused for centuries . Within the last half century this power has again been recognized , studied , taught and applied , to the help a...

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A COMPARISON—INDOORS AND OUT . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

A COMPARISON—INDOORS AND OUT . To one who has visited many farm homes in different parts of the country it has seemed strange and unexplainable that so many labor saving inventions in field machinery are provided , and so few that are needed in the house . The price of one of the larger farm machines would nearly if not quite cover the cost of all that the farmer should place in the house for the use of his wife . The farmer may say that he cannot afford to buy more than he does , and that in order to raise the crops necessary to provide for his family he must have the ; help of machinery . But is his ¦ work of providing materials any more necessary than that of his wife s in preparing them for use ? The food must be prepared for the table and clothing made and kept clean and whole . Besides this work , which keeps the farmer s wife employed . more hours each day than he , she has the additional burden and strain Upon her vital forces of child-bearing and care . It is not entirely f...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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WINTER ISOLATION [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

WINTER ISOLATION Home never seems so comfortable and so dear as when the inclement storms of winter shut the family indoors around the cheerful fireside . Country people are more completely shut away from their kind than their city friends , but if proper preparation has been made and the right spirit prevails , this season of more or less . isolation may be spent most profitably and happily . As much good reading as can be afforded should be supplied , and some means of recreation to vary the necessary and useful tasks that must be performed in and about the house . When dependent entirely upon one another for society members of the family are drawn nearer together , and naturally cultivate the graces and courtesies of manner and speech that contribute so much to personal agreeableness in the home and society , and in such a prolonged and close companionship each arrives at a better understanding of the other s nature and needs . Thus these otherwise dreary wintry days may be made ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THOUGHT ROOTLETS [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

THOUGHT ROOTLETS Every temptation is a test of character . The lesson of true sympathy can be learned only in the school of sorrow . Work ennobles when it is done thoroughly and conscientiously , y True and mighty conquerors are those who have truly conquered self . A life can never be wholly shipwrecked that contains a true love or a . true friendship . There is one true standard of daily living in the light of the full belief that Thou God seest me . Beware the critical habit . Criticism is the foe of kindness , courtesy , harmony , and hence of happiness . The old saying , Never look a gifthorse in the mouth , appears to be losing its popularity . And the rich are being taught a lesson—that a man may use such methods of money-getting , even under the laws of his country , that he cannot give his surplus away when he would . There are none so poor as to do him—and his millionsreverence . Though oftentimes weary of the daily monotonous round ) of home life , and of the necessity of...

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 January 1906

HEART AND HOME TALKS . No . IV . Having chosen a life companion and laid the foundation for a home , the aim of both husband and wife should be to make it a happy home . This will require more or less of the giving up of self , of living self sacrifice , of yielding one to the other , of forbearing the hasty word of criticism or censure under trying circumstances . Yet , if the marriage relation was assumed as the result of true love , no sacrifice that one makes for the other will seem a hardship . Self-sacrifice should not be carried so far as to become self-immolation—sac-rifice does not mean effacement . The founders of a home labor together for the good of the home , for the permanent comfort and happiness of the family . And if one is ready to bear all the burdens and all the privations , that one is doing both the greatest harm , and undermining the foundation of their happiness . Such a course will not only result in cultivating thoughtlessness and selfishness in the one who...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
| LANGVAGE I j LESSONS [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

| LANGVAGE I j LESSONS 4—By Way Of Reminder . Continuing the subject of last month s talk , we will consider a few points in number , before passing to the verb . One often hears of those kind of persons or things . If the subject is in the singular number let it be this or that kind ; if plural , these or those kinds . I like that kind of flower that blooms by the road-side We plant only those kinds that are hardy . Members of one family generally have one name . We may say of two or more of them Their name is Clark not Their names are Clarks ; one may say They are Clarks . To use a verb properly , one must know its principal parts ; these are the present , past and past participle tenses . A verb whose past tense and past participle are formed by adding ed to the present , are regular verbs ; those whose principal parts are not so formed are irregular verbs . The student finds nothing difficult m the use of regular verbs . The irregular verb must be studied ; it requires little ef...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
TO WOMEN WHO DREAD MOTHERHOOD [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

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 . Pye has devoted his life to relieving the Borrows of women . He has proved that all pain at child-birth may be entirely ban * iehed , and he win gladly tell you how 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 ho will send you postpaid , his wonderful book which tells how to give birth to happy , healthy children , absolute ] y without pain ; also how to cure sterility . Do not de lay but write to-day .

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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HAPPY HILL FARM . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

HAPPY HILL FARM . Getting Settled . BY MRS . C , C . WOUTERS . Here we are at our own door ! Run in , sweetheart , and Ill be in as soon as I ve put up the horse . So saying , John Hall unlocked the door of the little farm house , and Mary stepped into the dimly lighted kitchen of her new home . The stove was warm , tho the fire John made when he left at ten oclock had burned down to a few tiny coals . Mary hastily laid a few slivers of pine on the coals , then fine wood and some bark and in a few minutes the fire was crackling and rushing up the pipe with a home-like sound . Mary had just lighted the little hand lamp when John entered , carrying robes and satchel . Say . this feels „ good ! he exclaimed . This is something like a home .- Tell you , when a fellows been baching it for eight months he can appreciate a wife . And piling his load in one corner of the kitchen ,, he proceeded to show his appreciation of his wife . Mary-and John had been neighbors and warm friends for a nu...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906

ifcafA PER MONTH . Expenses advanced . Men to SlK travel , advertlse . nost signs and leave samples . If I W Iliival Sural } Co ., Unit . 520 , Alias Muck , CHICAGO

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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