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HEART AND HOME TALKS . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

HEART AND HOME TALKS . The home subject upon which suggestions are most often asked is that of , the family purse . Has not a wife the right to a regular share in the income , is the burning question . Most certainly she has . When a man asks a woman to share and keep his home and become the mother of his children , and receives her ; promise , he has removed her individual earning capacity . The duties of wife , mother and housekeeper properly performed forbid any business engagements . How then shall she be fed and wherewithal shall she be clothed ? Not as a slave or be ° -gar surely , without expression of wish or want or need . What man worthy to be called a man will oblige his wife to come to him for every dollar , every time she needs money for her personal use , as a beggar would approach him ? Were this the case no woman would ask for money save for dire needs , and would therefore endure many privations before appealing for relief to the purse of her lord and master . I am ...

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

A FORWARD LOOK . Before another ( . opy of our paper reaches our readers unmistakeable signs of the approaching season of nature s annual resurrection will have appeared . Though now we of the Northwest are locked in the icy fetters of mid-winter , a few sunny days , a balmy breeze from the southland will set at work all the wonderful forces of nature to recreate , rebuild and renew . And we will wonder as we hear the frogs piping in the marshes , note the upspringing of the grass and the unfolding of the first spring blossoms , how all that seemed so dead was really only sleeping , ready to spring into life and growth and beauty at the proper time . And in the midst of this beautiful transformation , even while only dwelling upon and marvelling at its coming , our faith in the promise of the life beyond this world , for the highest of God s creatures is strengthened . Nothing in nature dies—there is constant renewal and transformation . Surely the laws governing the growth and deve...

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

LANGUAGE LESSON . 6 . By Way of Reminder . The verbs sit and set have caused much discussion . Both words being used figuratively in so many ways tend to complicate matters . Sit is so nearly always intransitive , that it is safe to call it an intransitive verb . Its principal parts are sit , sat sat . We sit when we take a seat , also while we retain it . Set is intransitive when used in connection with the heavenly bodies ; it is said to come from the word settle . The sun sets ( or settles ) . In idiomatic use the word is intransitive . They set off on their journey . We set out for home . The storm set in , etc . A recognized authority gives , His coat sets well , as an idiom . Set , to harden , as mortar is given as an idiom , by the same author . Aside from these uses , set , whose past tense and past participle are the same as the present tense , is a transitive verb . If this classification is accepted , one may always know which word- to use . Set is to put in place . I pla...

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

SPRING WORK Henry Ward Beecher edited an agricultural paper during a portion of the time he was stationed at Indianapolis , and had this to say in an article on Spring Work on the Farm : Seeds are sprouting , trees budding , flowers peeping out from warm nooks . Everything grows in springtime . Youth is springtime , habits are sprouting , dispositions are putting out their leaves , opinions are forming , prejudices are getting root . Now , take at least as good care of your children as you do of your farm . * * * You break a colt , and break a steer , and break a heifer , and break the soil , and if you wont break your children , they will be very apt to break you—heart and pocket . Whether you work for yourselves or for others , or in the Masters name , do your best—as worthy laborers in the garden of the Lord . In concluding an article on the effects of woman suffrage in Colorado , a writer in a recent periodical , who had expressed himself as not in sympathy with the movement , w...

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

fat People UCESSIVB FAT OR OBESITY ISA PROGRES SIVE AND VERY IMXGEHOUS DISEASE THAT HASTENS DEATH . % 0 All ^ u « erer « from Too Much Eat a Trial Treatment will be Sent M a Free Gift bj Simply Writing Or . Bradford , , Asking for It . I know you want to reduce your weight , but probably you think it impossible or are afraid that the remedy is worse than the disease . Now , let me tell you that not only can the { at be reduced in a short time , but your face , form and complexion will be improved , and in health and strength you will be wonderfully benefited . I am a regular practicing physician , making a specialty of the reduction of superfluous flesh and the permanent cure of Obesity-. My system of treatment is original . My method and cure is based upon natural and scientific principles . 1 do not seek to demonstrate a theory . I have no time for that .. I am accomplishing facts . ¥ ou cannot afford to wait or experiment with anti-fat or patent medicines . I am curing thousands ...

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

HAPPY HILL FARM . BY MRS . C . C . WOUTERS . j Stuffing People and Chickens . Mary was unusually silent as they drove homeward this quiet Sunday evening . They had not intended to stay to supper at , the Brown s , but they were urged so cordially that they could not refuse . What makes you talk so much ? asked John , quizzically , after a half mile of travel in which the only sound heard was the rattle of the harness and the squeaking tramp of the horsees hoofs in the snow . Oh , I was just thinking , explained Mary , smiling and blushing a little . You see , Jennie is coming with Oliver on Tuesday when hes going to help you butcher , and I was wondering what to get for dinner . Mister , but that must be a hard problem ! laughed John . Don t you have to get dinner every day ? Of course , but not for company . And what is company but more hungry folks like ourselves ? Oh , you re only fooling , John ! Of course everybody cooks better for company than they do for themselves . Then eve...

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

Impulsive small James , somewhat out of breath and with his blue eyes fairly bulging , rushed home after the temperance lecture and threw himself upon his mother . Oh , mother , he cried , find a safe place , quick , and hide the baby ! Why , James ! demanded the astonished Mrs . Bell , what in the world is the matter ? Hide her quick , panted James . That man that talked today is coining right after her . He boards next door , and just as soon as I heard him say , I intend to devote my life to eradicating the crying evil , 1 knew he meant our baby . Occasionally you hear of a man who was struck dumb with astonishment , but nothing like that ever happens to a woman .

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

THE LADIES * AID . We ve put a fine addition on the good old church at home , ¦ • ¦ It s just the latest killer , with gallery and dome ; It seats a thousand people—finest church in all the town , And when twas dedicated , why we planked ten thousand down . That is , we paid five thousand—every deacon did his best—And the Ladies Aid Society , it promised all the rest . We ve got an organ ; r . the church—very finest in the land , It s got a thousand pipes or more , its melody is grand ; And when we sit on cushioned pews and hear the master play It carries us to realms of bliss unnumbered miles away . It cost a cool three thousand , and it s the hardest test—Well pay a thousand on it—the Ladies Aid the rest . Theyll give a hundred sociables , cantatas , too , and teas ; Theyll bake a thousand angel cakes , and tons of cream theyll freeze ; Theyll beg and scrape and toil and sweat for seven years or more , And then theyll start all o er again , for a carpet for the floor . No , it isn...

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

• MY BOYHOOD HOME . Words by Bessie M . Franklin . Music by Fred . A . Franklin . { Andantino . ¦ -. - - — - * - *»» j Mv Boyhood Home .

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

RECIPES . Carrot Pie . Boil carrots in salted water . When lender , peel , and put them on for dinner . After dinner , take what is left and put them thru the meat chopper . Next morning mix the carrot in this proportion . For one , pie take two heaping tablespoons carrot , one egg well beaten , one cup fresh milk , tablespoon of sugar ( more if you like sweet things ) , and a half teaspoon each of cinnamon , nutmeg and ginger . This makes the filling . Bake in one crust . We all like it better than pumpkin or squash pie , and it is lots easier to make . Busy Bee . Baked Beans . I learned to bake beans when I was teaching school : my landlady baked them to perfection . Pick over and wash a quart of beans , and put on to cook in cold water . Watch them that they do not boil dry , and when they are done so they crack open by blowL ing on them , give them a generous sprinkling of pepper and stir in a tablespoon of New Orleans molasses . Slice enough salt pork , in slices just right for...

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

AMONG j OURSELVES . Why We Publish These Letters These letters are published simply to give you an idea of how our subscribers like the paper and also what they think of the premiums which are offered to new or renewal subscribers . Show them to your friends and they will assist you in securing new subscribers . Remember that the subscription price will be advanced on June 1 st . to 25 cents a year and all subscriptions received before that time will be accepted at the old rate of 15 cents a year or 5 years for 50 cents . Send for samples and get all the subscribers you can before the subscription price is advanced . DONT LIKE TO MISS ONE . Enclosed find 30 cents in stamps for two new subscribers to The Farmers Wife . I did not get the January number . If possible send me one as I do not like to miss one . Your paper is just fine . —Mrs . E . G . M ., Wolford , N . D . IT SHOULD BE IN EVERY HOME . The Farmers Wife is a paper that should find its way into every farmer s home There ar...

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

Talks on Everyday Topics I Misery Makers . By Hannah M . Hendryx . The misery that some people can get out of life is simply appalling . There is nothing more true than that we find what we look for , and those people who are so full of wretchedness must know where to look for it . Farmers wives , it seems to me , furnish a large proportion of the misery makers . It may be that because so many of us live within such a small circle so entirely within the pale of QUI , own personal experiences , that we become narrow in all our ideas , and easily affected and unset by little annoyances and vexations . Does rain threaten oh Monday morning , the housewife s face wears a heavier cloud than that which overhangs the landscape , when she might even find occasion to be glad of the rain , if not because the fields and garden need it , then because it will give her the opportunity to do some little piece of work tiiat has been crowded out in the weekly round and will fit in here . What a diffe...

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

A WHOLE YEAR FREE A Popular Illustrated Story Paper Given Away . We want names to whom we may send sample copies of our handsome illustrated story magazine . Send us five names and for your trouble we will send you our beautiful magazine a whole year free providing you include a 2-cent stamp In your letter to pay cost of mailing . Everybody Is pleased with our magazine ; it Is full of good stories , and has breezy , up-to-date departments of in te re Ft to the whole family . Dont mles this chance to get it free . Tell all your friends . Tola Is a special offer for SO days to Introduce the magazine to new readers . Address , HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE , 543 Jackson Street , : TOPEKA , Kan .

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

Health Notes by E. S. W. Mies Z & W Suggestions . Those who suffer from nervous disorders should Use olive oil , which is most highly recommended by those who have tried it . Begin with a teaspoonful half an hour after each meal : a little lemon juice or salt will remove the taste from the mouth . Gradually increase the dose to a tablespoonful . It is claimed that olive oil renders the complexion clear and healthy , and makes the hair grow glossy and abundant . When the voice goes , after reading aloud for a long time , or from the effect of a bad cold , a simple remedy is made by beating up the white of an egg and the juice of a lemon , with sugar to make it palatable . Take a teaspoonful occasionally . Callous places on the hands can be removed by using toilet pumice on the hardened cuticle , rub on this surface , some creamy ointment . Wear gloves when sweeping , or in doing any work that irritates the palms of the hands . An oatmeal paste which whitens and softens th...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Wowem iV " m-T "" » tj ~ i ^ fcr ^' *' t AftW < , n i '"' * 9 l , u * toT"fam [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

Wowem iV m-T » tj ~ i ^ fcr ^ * t AftW &amp;lt; , n i * 9 l , u * toTfam By Mrs . Ma rag ret Blair . By Mrs . Maragret Blair . ( Continued from February . ) China is distinguished from the White Granite and Semi Porcelains by its translucency and the clear bell like ring by which it may always be identified . So we classify dinner ware into two departments ; true china and the soft or artificial . We are slowly but surely learning that it is not only what and how much we eat , but how it is served that also touches the spot , and if so why cannot every one possess dishes that are beautiful as well as durable and at the same time , when necessity demands , inexpensive as well ? Much of the gaudy kalsomined trash is urged upon the public with trading stamp schemes , or in one way or other , because of the larger profit , where the first flash catches , or it is thrown in with oat meal packages or given as tea and coffee premiums , to catch the unsuspecting , many times willing , c...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WkMdkmrk 'Mr- ^ ir ^ i 3 [/ c ^ rh < Aarqaref-Blair [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

WkMdkmrk Mr- ^ ir ^ i 3 [/ c ^ rh &amp;lt; Aarqaref-Blair Novel Contest in Sewing . The girls of the School of Agriculture engaged in an interesting sewing contest on January 29 th in the class rooms devoted to the domestic arts . The contest differed in one important feature from other sewing contests , in that , in previous competitions , the contestants have done the work at their leisure and then submitted it to the judges . In the recent contest , all the work was done in an allotted time—two hours—and judged at the close of the period designated . The judges were of course present during the progress of the work and carefully noted the manner , method , speed , accuracy , and neatness of its performance . All these qualities were taken into consideration by the judges in awarding the prizes . If any housewife thinks the girls of the school had not an exacting task before them when they undertook , not only to do their work faultlessly but in a given space of time , let her...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ff -By OS ^ W & mVJfomm . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

ff -By OS ^ W &amp;amp; mVJfomm . \ THE MISSION OF BEAUTY The good Lord loves the beautiful and so he- has clothed the world with it . At times it seems as if he has taken the mantles from the flaming suns and hung them at evening on the walls of the evening sky . All the way from the tropics to the frozen regions of the north he has carpeted the earth with flowers . Wherever man goes beauty confronts him and it has its influence upon him . A gentleman riding in a wild mountainous portion of California fell in with a rough looking horseman . He was full of apprehension , for several robberies had been committed in those parts . But on reaching the summit of a ridge the man stopped enraptured by the scene . All around were charming flowers and there were dense forests , jutting crags , lofty mountains and fertile valleys—one of natures grand panoramas . Long the man looked and he broke out in fitting language , giving expression to his emotions . Then the traveller said , I let g...

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

mffiMions ®] THOUGHTS OF THE SPRING WARDROBE . Trie changing skies of March usher m a season of unrest in the wardrobe . Everyone feels that she must begin to plan her Spring clothes and in many instances the Spring and Summer wardrobe are the same . Spring has lost so much on both ends that unless one is a member of fashionable society she does not need a distinct outfit for this short season of the year . Even before the thoughts of house cleaning there comes a desire for freshening up one s gowns to render them in harmony with the regarnishing Nature does about this season of the year . _ In suits which are set apart as distinctly for Spring and Summer , the most popular materials are serge , Panamas , voile and the new raw silks called Rajah and Burlingham . Skirts are for the most part of round length and the jackets short . The prevailing modes for the latter are the Bolero and pony jackets . The new bolero ends above the girdle while the pony jacket is rather square in effect...

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

HOW TO GET PATTERNS Each pattern on this page mailed to any address for ten cents . Give number of pattern ( and bust measure when required ) . Add ten cents more and get The Farmer s Wife for one year . Address Pattern Department , The Farmer s Wife , St . Paul , Minn .

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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^ BY EDITH >| r RAYMOND . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

^ BY EDITH &amp;gt;| r RAYMOND . KIT GRAYS VISIT . A True Story . Bonnuy May was a little blue eyed girl of three , with long golden curls and a very sunny disposition . If she had not been a happy contented child she would have been very lonely in her flew home without Grandpa and Grandma and the kitties . But Papa had work in town that winter so he moved his little family from Grandpa s , where they had always lived , into town that he might be nearer his work . Two long miles from Grandma and Grandpa ! . It seemed such a long way to Bonny May , especially when cold weather came and she could not go and see them very often . She missed the two big cats too , for they had always been her playmates . Tommy had brought her his game all summer until one day he brought her a live gopher . He did n ot intend she should take that in her hands but she did , and it bit her tiny finger till the _ blood came . The wise old cat thought that was enough and he brought her no more mice or go...

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