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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

CDCC The Ladies Companion FU S C S C 291 Useful Articles . Something ¦ ¦¦ You Need Every Day , THIS HANDY PACKAGE contains a full varietyof large eyed needles also an assortmentof darning needles , wool . yarn . carpet and button neelles ALSO A FARMERS SACK NEEDLE . The advantages of this assortment of needles are large eyes , easy to thread , silver steel , will not bend , eyes drilled and burnished , will not cut the tViTpnrt Tbfiv will outlast anv three neeHill n ™ K Thp aeKortmenl- and dies now in use . ine assortment ana quality of goods cannot be equalled , It compares favorably With cases dealers would charee you 50 cents tor . They JM nnfivcpiled varietv . unenualled for JJ ^ IitS SSSimawiSI for utilitv ponvenquality , ra . surpasseo lor utility corjvenienc and beautiful for household and traveler suse . We have had these cases especially made and by giving a very large order have secured them at a low price . We offer our subscribers the benefit of our _„„„_ , „ „ -. „ CONT...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

^ kW Business Write for a copy of my book which describes the profitable combinations of £ g & Broiler , and Roaster Farms . Itgives the prices paid for eggs and poultn ; weel by weeS for the past three years . It tells bow and when a Baton taken off each week In the year conld be most profitably Marketed . Kshow 8 howyoacanmake » 8 . 00 on a large winter roaster . It tells what profits can Be made wltn each of the popular breeds , and the coats of production . I have helped thousands to make money with poultry . My Model Incubators , and Brooders are osed on the money-making farms . Ittemy business to teaeh those who use them to do so profitably . Whether your needs are small or large , I will furnish , without charge , estimates and plans for a complete equipment that will Insure success without your spending a dollar uselessly . Send for my complete literature . CHAS . A . CYPHERS 4005 Henry Strewt , Buffalo , N . V . 187 EGGS PER HEN la 12 months Is the average made ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Page 24 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

SAVE YOUR TEEJH By using 20 th Century Tooth Filled fills the cavity , Rills the pain and prevents firther decay . Can be used by anyone . Pitt up ana soldonlyby Pr . E . in Murphy , practicing Dentist . Suit * 401 Trunx Bfdo ., Can Claire , Wla . Price 50 cents postpaid . mmwmwmeoLD WATCH tUBkmAmVS ^ % & m ss ftHMaP ™ . W ** * Jm & kwFl & W & Si warrant *! timekeeper ; of propel liie . eppearaequal to fffrm : \> fflJ \ SOLID SOLD WITCH ( HHIUNTEEII as eWiaKfisffJ ?) Bt WARS . Ireglrale FREE loSojeeJOIrlllbr mr ^ BmVfS ^ lin ^ w Jewelry anlelei at lOe . eaea . Send at . miWfaEnkWLllg Ml * r * M ena wo will aead Jewelry postpaid ; when soli VMmS & B ^ r / ffXrivA $ 2 . 00 and we will peeitfrelf BEND watoh XaSlRtV ^ SJyKXaCTLV AS VESCRIBSU t ; return mall ; el » f ^^^ M ^ OOLUUIIKIIA m . UUIra aOENTSSTyi . K X f ^ g SP LIBIBTYJtWELCO . DCrr . 20 . CHICAGO Trees , Plants & Seeds y /@ -y / / > ...

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Page 25 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

-What TheWORLDS BIGGEST USERS Have To Say About CREAM SEPARATORS . Lincoln , Neb ., December 4 , 1905 . Our separator experience dates back about ten years . At that time the De Laval separator was already recognized as the best machine ; though its superiority was not quite so fully es- j tablished as it is at the present time . In those earlier days , through the purchase of other creameries in which the machinery was already installed , we had opportunity to use various i other makes of separators ; however , none of them did the work as well as the De Laval , either as to capacity for clean skim- \ ming or ease and simplicity of operation . • Before the advent of the hand separator the Beatrice Com- j panics operated between five and six hundred De Laval pozver \ separators and there were many instances where our experience j led us to deliberately replace some other make of machine with a new De Laval , paying good , hard-earned money for same . There is no disputing the fact t...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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THE FADS OF PHILANCY'S FRIENDS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

THE FADS OF PHILANCYS FRIENDS . The Fads of Philancy s Friends Written for The Farmer s Wife BY F . RONEY SMITH . Haven t I ever told you about the summer that I gave up to the fads of my friends ? Well , draw your chairs right up here close , to the fire , while I get out my crochet and Ill tell you all about it . One morning I was out in my garden putting out a bed of onion sets , when the gate clicked and I looked up to see Hannah Beach coming in . Says she , Good morning , Philancy , gardening . so early ? And I told her what I was doing , and says she , Thank goodness , I don t have that disagreeable task to do . Says she , My brother-in-law manages to take care of our garden . But I have enough to do that is disagreeable ( luring the day . You do have rather a hard time of it , says I . Well I should think so , says Hannah . First there is breakfast to get ; then there are four children to wash and comb and curl and get off to school ; then lunch to prepare . In the afternoon ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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*** a _ aMij aijjiislaaijl iijaijaaliHea > isjiiiaaajavjB >>< awj > sva "THE BABES IN THE WOODS . " [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

*** a _ aMij aijjiislaaijl iijaijaaliHea &amp;gt; isjiiiaaajavjB &amp;gt;&amp;gt;&amp;lt; awj &amp;gt; sva THE BABES IN THE WOODS . I don t know , pa , I just dread to see them go away so far all alone , they re nothing but just babes iii the woods , and don t know a thing how to take care of themselves . Thus , mamma , looking wistfully at Harry and me , the . day after our return from our little bridal trip , and at the same time the day before our intended departure for our new home . Papa lowered his book , —papa was reading , in fact he was always reading if there was a spare moment to be had , but he always put his book aside quickly when called on , —and with his forefinger for a book-mark , he tilted his head so that he could look over his glasses and after what seemed to me an age of consideration , said , Oh , I wouldnt worry , mother , I think they will manage to get along , they seem to be pretty lively babes . I iust could have kissed pa for that enc...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Won 6 p jg ^ ' — - Qzu ^ Qrpiyuyities [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

Women in Rural Communities by Mrs. B. J. Livingston III A Garden Rummage Sale . Spring with every charm so sweet ¦ was coming near . Not that it was really here , but the charm was working . You could tell it in the happy voices of the children out of doors , and invalids were able to get out to sunny porches and breathe , in great draughts of life giving ozone . The house mother could relax her vigilance in regard to her duties as family stoker , but increase in her sanitary precautions against foul air , which , at this season of the year , skulks in every ¦ poorly ventilated corner of the house watching to get in its deadly work . The robins had come , and the lilac buds were ready to burst . The plant lover tiptoed carefully among her buried treasures , looking after the damage • done by field mice and garden moles , : and seeing if the rabbit had been sharpening his teeth- and his appetite on foribidden dainties . There was temptation to plant something in every bit of dry soil...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Cancer Cured By Mail . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

Cancer Cured By Mail . Full lrferrhatloh Sent Ftw to All Who Write The day of the knife In the treatment of cancer Is gone forever , for the Dr . Wells method has cured cancer again and again withoutdangery painful operation or inconvenience , and In two to three months the patient was well . I do not use a knife or any burning fluids , or causticsalvesoroils . The method is my ownIt gives instant relief to the terrible burning pain of the cancer . In tho past years it has cured many sufferers who stood face to face with death , and not one cancer cured by this method has returned . Icangiveyouthenames of people in almost every state , whom I have treated in the past year , write them and see wh at they say . The treatment is given success , fully by ma . il in your ownhome and I am glad to give any sufferer full Information and proofs of many wonderful cures . Address Dr . Rupert Wells , M Granite Bldg ., St . Louis , Mo .

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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THE SCIENCE OF COOKERY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

THE SCIENCE OF COOKERY . V . DRINKING WATER AND ICE SUPPL 1 ES .= By Minis Mary Lixter . An abundance of water means lifeits absence means death . The story of the formation of water and of the mighty work which it accomplished in the days when the earth was young in preparing this planet for man s home is most interesting but it is a long story , and , while perhaps its telling would prepare the way for a better understanding of our subject we must leave it for each one to read for himself , taking up the story where we find it as written in the chapter concerning our own Ljfe . In former years when our country was being settled , the location of water . supplies , as lakes , rivers , or springs , ha 1 uch to do in determining where man should build his home . But now he has learned to take the water from its hidden sources and the question has changed front Where is water ? to Is this water pure ? In this northern section of the central portion of the United States we depend almos...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Rup ( ore [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

Rup ( ore NewSctentitlc . Appllance , Always a Perfect Pit-Adjustable to Any Sue Person-Easy . Comfortable , Merer Slips-Costs Less Than Many Common Trusses-Hade for Men , Women or Children . I Send It ON Appt-oval-You Wear It-It You Are Not Satisfied , I Refund Your r Honey Without A Question . I hare Invented a rupture appliance that I can safely say , by SO years ejperlence In the rupture business , Is the only one that will absolutely hold the rupture and never Blip and yet Is cool , comfortable , conforms to every movement of the body without chafing or hurting and costs less than many ordinary trusses . I have put the price so low that any person rich or poor , can buy , and I absolutely guarantee It . Jas . BriMoa , CarrdtfRnjtorekyC . B . Brooks . 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 Is the fairest proposition ever made by a roptlire specialist . The banks or th...

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( Shr ^ jomcJI l V ' A A [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

( Shr ^ jomcJI l V A A Wishes to be Independent . I want to keep my daughter , who is now sixteen years old , at home until she marries . But she says she wants to be independent and earn her own living , and wants to go to tpwn to learn dressmaking . She is discontented at home , and finds fault with everything—with the way we live , because there is nothing going on , and because she doesn t dress well enough . We are comfortable farmers , have a good home , live as well as any of- our neighbors , and dress as well . There is no need of her going out to earn her living , and with her father and three brothers at home to do the work for , I need her help . I have read some such good suggestions to other mothers in The Farmer s Wife that I write to ask for helpful words too . —A Farm Mother . I can entirely sympathize with this young girl , for I had the same longings for independence even though living in a comfortable home as well provided for as any in our commv . iity . I was no...

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Qurffiomewlim [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

Qurffiomewlim Vfc , j 3 y G / qrs £$ -Stephens ZJ ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS . HOME CLUB . Country Girl—You will probably find the patterns you wish illustrated in our pattern department . The flower designs in thin materials will be worn again the coming season . Will not your white dress be sufficiently in the mode if you make new sleeves after one of the late patterns . White is always worn , and there is nothing prettier . The short plaited bolero jackets to match the skirt will be popular with young girls . Mrs . Farmer—While I believe in patronizing local merchants whenever possible I can wholly sympathize with you in not wishing your best dress off the same piece of cloth with half a dozen , more or less ,- of your neighbors and townswomen . Any city store will send you samples , if you write for them . stating the color , kind of material wanted and the price per yard you wish to pay . Young Mother—I do not wonder that you do not like the overalls , viewed from an artistic st...

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The Farmer s Wife PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY THE WEBB PUBLISHING COMPANY , 47-91 E . 4 th Steet , ST . PAUL , MINN . EDITORIAL STAFF , ELLA 8 . WEBB , M . D ., MASAOIKO EDITOR . » fRS . L . J . STEPHENS , EDITORIAL PASES , MOTHER S COUNCIL HOME CLUB , COKKKSPOKDEKCE . SIRS . MARGARET J . BLAIR , MODEL SEWING , GARMENT DRAFTING AND HOME ART . C . S . HARRISON , Axons THE FLOWERS . DR . ELLA S . WEBB , HEALTH TALKS . ¦ EDITH RAYMOND , Oua YOUKO FOLKS , ROUND TABLE . KAPPA KAPPA , PUZZLE DEPARTMENT . CHICAGO OFFICE : GEORGE W . HERBERT , 1730 FIRST NAT . BANK BLDO . NRW * YORK OPHTCB WALLACE C . RICHARDSON , 786 TEMPLE COURT . TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS : Single Subscriptions 15 Cents a Year in Advance ; 3 o Cents per Year in St . Paul . Advertising Rates : 86 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 re...

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THEY FORGET TO GROW OLD . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

THEY FORGET TO GROW OLD . Questions that have been sent to our Mothers Council department would seem to suggest that parents need to be admonished to keep their hearts young , to live more in sympathy and harmony with their children . There is nothing like the society of young p . eople—keeping in touch with them and sharing their ambitions , plans and pleasures , to make us forget to grow old ! Parents have so much more interest in life —so many more interests than those who are childless—that they enjoy youthful thoughts and feelings until the last fledgling has flown from the home nest . And even then they continue to share their children s lives , and have so many interests , so much to occupy their minds and take their thoughts from themselves that they really forget to grow old . Look about you and say if this is not so . Mothers who may have been greatly overworked in caring for their children when all were little and helpless , are given a new lease of life and happiness whe...

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

AMERICAS ROYAL WEDDING The Presidents daughter is safely —and , let us hope , happily—married at last and the country is slowly recovering from the strain of over-attention necessitated by the preparations for the interesting event . No maid of royal lineage in any clime or time has been given in marriage surrounded by greater adulation than was bestowed upon the daughter of tlv President of our republic , spontaneously and ¦ generously , partaking alike of the nature of a tribute of the country s—and the world s—esteem for the President , and the expression of as genuine good wishes for his young and popular daughter . All the world loves a lover , and all the American world has greatly enjoyed the bridal of the President s ^ daughter , from the time the engagement was announced until the happy pair started on their wedding trip . The daily press kept us so in touch with the White House during the progress of the delightful and extensive preparations , that we had all almost as muc...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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WHAT IS PHYSICAL CULTURE ? [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

WHAT IS PHYSICAL CULTURE ? Physical culture is regarded as simply a fad by very many people , some of whom go in for it for a short time , and , providing themselves with tights or bloomers , join a gymnasium club or a class in physical culture , socalled , and go through certain prescribed exercises at intervals of a few days for a few months , then become engrosseS in something else and give the matter no further attention . After reading the following definition , given by one who is making the teaching and practice of physical culture the work of his life , one may get a proper conception of its importance . Bemarr McFadden says : Ehysical culture , in its broad , true sense , means the cultivation of all of one s physical forces , the storing-up of vitality and nervous energy , the build ing-up of superior health , and the bringing into being of a sound , clean , wholesome body , not alone through exercise , but also by means of correct habits of life , including sensible cloth...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
COLLEGE GIRLS REFUSED IN STRUCTION . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

COLLEGE GIRLS REFUSED IN STRUCTION . It is very generally agreed that woman s mission is that of wife , mother and home-keeper . And a girls education is said to be incomplete if it has not included a knowledge of homekeeping or housekeeping—how to preside over a well ordered home , if , indeed , she is not herself obliged to perform a part or all of the tasks that make itso . But how about the much more important instruction upon wifehood and motherhood ? Are girls instructed as they should be before marriage upon these , their highest and most sacred relations , duties and responsibilities ? Every reader , of this article knows that they are not , even while admitting the need and importance of such instruction . A false sense of prudery , mis-called modesty , has heretofore forbidden the dissemination of knowledge upon these subjects . But the world moves and it is hoped that the women of the future may not be compelled to feel their way through the darkness of ignorance , that s...

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

JAPANESE PROVERBS The Japanese are fond of proverbs . Here are a few specimens : It is more difficult to keep a fortune than to make one . Good wine brings out the truth . , The wise man shapes himself according to his environment as water to the shape of the vessel into which it is poured . Before we can sympathize with others we ourselves must have suffered . It is easier to find a thousand recruits than one general . The life of an old man is like a lighted candle in a draught . Having tasted bitterness one becomes a man . The error of a minute , the sorrow of a lifetime . Be not slaves to your children , they will have their happiness later . Sympathy is one of the great secrets of life . It overcomes evil and strengthens good . It disarms resistance , melts the hardened heart , and develops the better part of human nature . Visitor : How does the land lie out this way ? Native : It ain t the land that lies sir ; its the land agents . The days are growing longer , but it isn t g...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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