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Sn Wysiic T ^ ood [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

Sn Wysiic T ^ ood O / fieial Organ ef the Vforfhwtttarn SPuxxltrt jCeagua . KAPPA KAPPA , EDITOR , THE GOPHER . Treasurer of The Northwestern League . MEMBERS OF THE LEAGUE . 59 . T . A . Funk , Decatur , 111 . 60 . Mae , Glenburn , N . D . 61 . Alberta , Rapidan , Minn . 62 . Leslie , San Francisco , Cal . 63 . Emerson G . Sutcliffe , Plymouth , Mass . 64 . Hester B . Smith , Waverly , N . Y . 65 . Rosa , Doland , S . D . 66 . Ferdinand , Bue , N . D . 67 . M . A . 11 ., Garfield , Minn . 68 . V . X . McConnell , Salina , Pa . 69 . William Kaufman , Watkins , Minn . 70 . Louise , Pipestone , Minn . 71 . Esther , Canton , S . D . 72 . Svensk Grandybo , Grandy , Minn . Xote : Eleanor says K . K . hasn t got them numbered right ; but never mind , we ve got 72 members , and these are em . ANSWERS TO JANUARY MYSTIFIERS . 36 . Praise , aspire . 37 . S 0 R A T A OLIVES RIPENS AVERSE TENSOR ASSERT 38 . ( A ) URCHIN CHURCH INCHED ( B ) F 0 U R C H URCHIN C H I N S E ( C ) ARTHUR THATCH URCH...

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

M « POINTERS . The farmer can raise poultry and produce eggs for less money than the man in any other business . Good feeding means giving a variety of good , sound , wholesome feed . This is the whole of feeding in a few words . No one should be satisfied with common scrub poultry . Get good stock and try to improve it every year . Mark the hens that molt earliest and put them in the breeding pens next year , they are the ones that lay in winter . The feed that is good for a cow in milk is good for a laying hen . Even silage chopped fine is a good winter feed for poultry . A well-known poultry expert tried late hatched chicks . The result made him poetical . He says they faded away like a dream . The hen that oftenest flies into the garden or is oftenest in mischief is very likely to prove to be the best layer in the flock . Hens will eat filthy feed , but they should not be allowed to do . so . Well fed , half bred is an old saying among cattle feeders . It applies just as well to...

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

HS A _ Use only the sweetest and cleanest milk for making cheese . The farm is the ideal place to make butter when things are clean . If you have five or more cows look into the economy of a separator . A dirty bucket and irregular feed is a sure route to calf troubles . Salt regularly , a little bit every day on the grain feed . Or keep in a box iii the yard . Don t let the milk on the cream freeze . There is sure to be a loss in butter fat . If you have no other use for skim milk next spring make it up into curd for the chickens and young turkeys . Feed up the fodder . After February its quality is constantly deteriorating and it becomes woody and fibrous . Look out for the cold , damp days and protect the cows . Then is the time the cows begin to shrink in milk yields . When you take care of the milk and think of the strangers that are going to use the butter , think of the Golden Rule . For roughness find something better than timothy hay . If you have only timothy hay sell it t...

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

A REGULAR BIRDIE AFFAIR . In the first place , said the tall girl , it . was an ornithological love affair . Ah , indeed ! replied her chum , how so ? Well , they felt like doves in courting . Oh , I see . Then they got married for a lark . How clever ! What was the outcome ? Why , now they . feel like a couple of jays . —Chicago News . An enterprising gentleman of the breezy W , est , who superintends the railroad eating house in his town , has recently hung out a sign that furnishes considerable amusement to those who pass by . It reads : Pies like mother used to make 5 cents : pies like mother used to try to make , 10 cents . Every woman can . possess superb health by simply devoting herself to rational dress , a common sense diet , air baths , dry friction baths , cold water baths , out-of-door life , the practice of dee , p breathing , sufficient active daily exercise , and , in fact , all the various natural means that tend to favor the building of greater physical energy and ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

30 ^? 0 ? L !! OUNDS ^^ PIKK < % ^ sizes and shapes mul in oil colors and gtuidea of the ralnbptv . Each package contains an Extra Large Assortment of different binds of silk nitd ninny lovely colors . Encli piece Is a distinct pHttern . all linvo been carefully trimmed , th « small string ? pieces thrown m-ny . Jinny women who linve not dealt with us before prefer to order a small quantity first , so for 10 cents we will send a h \\ t sample pr . ckt . jro . Or for 25 c wo will send onr extra lnrce reeular package containing threo ttmestiw amount of silk in tho 10 c sample packages . EXTRA OFFER—With every 25 c order wo send FREE tm > 5 c tudtsgef of best cold eyed sewing noodles and one silver aluminum thimble ( either small , medium or large size ) . Dont wait . Take advantageo ! thisbareoinealotoday . Satisfaction guaranteed . IIICHMDSQN & CO ., 134 Van Burin St ., Offer IS , Chicago . How A . D . Blocher MADE $ 750 . 00 IN TWO MONTHS WORKING FO...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Page 26 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

ffiSPRINa FENCE BgSSEa Closely woven . Cannot Sag . Evsrywlrs ¦ S 3 S 9 and svsry twist a brsot to all other JMHBM Ires ana twists . Hons-high , • ull- ^ 9 Hgg » Strang , Pig and Chicken-tight . rrang THIRTY DAYS FREE TRIAL SSjCBpjBI and sold direct to user freight prepaid , TjJfSWaai at factory prices . Our cataltwus tails TViSSSi how win Is mads , how gilvaniMd . wrui nSpsBSR sons Is nod , soma bid . You Bliouia sSLfSEa have tuuTnformatlon . Its Irs * . Write to SSES ^ m KITSELMAMBROS ., mmmm vox ^ MUNCH , INDIANA , ( Dodftt Sour flMMty look neater It it were tree from spots and stalnst Let me Brad you aboxot IVORITE , ltwlllremove grease , Fitch paint and all klnim of stains in all kinds of goods . VORITEwontdrawthecolororleaveamark . IVORITE used on coat collars has no equal and on paint It cant bo beat . IVORITE wont dry up and get hard , it » made perfect , no acids or injurous chemicals , there ii no labor , It doos Its work neatly and quickly . Send today , » cents by mall ....

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Page 26 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

¦ S ^ lSSTWittlMIIT Watch MiZS I ? flt JV • ¦¦ • 6 re » ailaalamlia » oiemeW jtCH Al * J > ! % jiBJnnnnW . CHAIN C O . 0 . • 3 , 70 . • * l 3 M >^ a ^ A Sufi MM , bT / uiWlll sumeV . il « o eln « aai aflSSKBelaK iteneil . fliteavltb arie & l * ie « eleitoioTemeataatl MHHjsMn maraitted a eorreot ttaeateper , with leal Gold aBQ ^ HQlHllaUd enelo lor lAiUi or vest ebals for tall . BK ^ SfSfiLnV no enoldee II equal lo aaj US BOIB iBanamnnBlaanf rilXBD WaTCill Warranted til WittS WSSkmWlAf ^ & , , P ,. ! , ^ Vn » l < le jour .. Oar W ^ H | W So joariueraotieseat • llbreoh nloti . Mealier . mBHkWmr If you want Gefitt or ladles aire . Address TI 53 Pt ^ FiRHBH * W ., n » , 2 IHulnej 8 t ,, ClllW « 0 . THIS RING FREE ] QSetwHhopftl 8 . turquolseorainethyBts , Blven , for Belling 10 tikgs . Saltkrilne , onrNoir \ lolet Perfume , at lOo . eiirti . Wo mall mods prepaid with taro premium list V B , Sf • ~ Oatcb Hpeelsat ) r % a . 8 a » th...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 27 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

Jte ^^ FmS . PIPB t . JFREE Sg ^ i ^ s ^ Cllal . ™ IfirtEPi * ? ¦ f crew em < tetMlble , moken ^«^ taSr , Si ™ w , i , Ildafford a 8 delightful a thl , aBn ? nO , frnm » R IP , 0 l , 10 d ? - We bOllBht BlOUlsndB Of Si ! JV pea rom tno mporter at a price which the lire . tSbtnVSS ^ A . to dos to send us two names and tionr * 2 K ™ . r „ Ti e , *»<>«> Mntofore monthssubscrlp . » ublloit ™ I £ ! hi 8 n „ c ?; i r l . *? e fl lS st and neatoBt farm toni m Jir ^ iS ? ult 6 d , state 8 - Full f beautiful halfnfhnm . l r S t i onswlt ] lade P rtme t 0 every branch Fte , rn d . , a / ma w lpngo , offo 8 , 1 , on 8 for he ladles . toeL-T •¦«» < oto 7 »¦¦» «• . llanp . or alitor lo eover 8 momli , . ubserisilm to ( lie yarwr . TkeplpelifMs . SUCCKSSFUl AGRICULTURE , F . W . SI Colon Block , SI . Paul , Minn . m ™^ 8 P t 5 L < , u L 0 ?? r and enclose 86 cents for six KsstaM • name 8 f 0 r *** # & » NAMB TOWN ST ** ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 27 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

BEAUTIFUL INITIAL TEA SET FREE * w ™ mD T HIS is the finest Tea Set ever offered as a premium .. 21 complete and distinct . pieces . Each and every dish decorated with the own- ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ er & -initial . in gold , Any lady sending us her name will he sent ¦— ¦ m ¦ ^~ 14 Of our handsome and multl-colore . 1 art pictures to sell . for 25 cents m— ^ mW ¦ ¦¦ m-m each . When-sold Bend us the $ 3 . 50 collected and this magniacent , ¦ Hm ¦ _ . ¦ beautifully decorated initial Tea Set will be shipped to you at once for ¦ ¦ m antannn anaanni your trouple . You only neefto sell 14 pictures ( no more ) to earn ibis premium . The dishes , cups and saucers , are all large size . THIS IS A MOST VALUABLE PREMIUM but want to . introduce our house at Will ] RACa OBSlfiTII ill nee . Our pictures are large size , 16 inches by 20 inches , in many « ¦ ¦¦ •¦ ¦»¦¦¦& . • beautiful colors and exact copies of paintings costing $ 10 , 000 . 00 , ready « . _„ ., * . | . . . „_ j f...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 28 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 March 1906

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Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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THE FARMERS WIFE [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 April 1906

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Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Jttjre Vtrsion of " Tht Jiinly and Mint . " [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 April 1906

Jttjre Vtrsion of Tht Jiinly and Mint . Po * lit brack sheep dat strayed away , Done los in dc win an de rain—An de Shepherd He say , O hirelin , Go fin My sheep again . An de hirelin say O Shepherd , Dat sheep am brack an bad . But the Shepherd He smile , like dat 111 brack sheep Wvn de oniiest Iamb He had . An dat lit * brack sheep am lonesome For de win an de rain am col , An He say , 0 , hirelin , hasten , Out dere , so far Pum de fol \ But de hirelin frown , 0 , Shepherd , Dat sheep am ol and grey ! But de Shepherd He smile , like dat 111 brack sheep Wuz fair as de break ob day . An He say , 0 , hirelin , hasten Lol here is dc ninety an nine , But dere , way off f um de sheepfol , Is dat lil * brack sheep ob Mine ! An de hirelin frown , 0 Shepherd , De res ob de sheep am here ! But de Shepherd He smile , like dat 111 brack sheep He hoi it to be mostes dear . An de Shepherd go out in de darkness Where de night was col * and bleak , An dat HI * brack sheep He fin it , An lay it a...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Wise and Ofhertvise . l [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 April 1906

Wise and Ofhertvise . l One hour to-day is worth two tomorrow . The boughs that bear most hang lowest . A simple light answers as well foi a hundred men as for one . More than 3 , 000 , 000 American flags of silk and bunting are manufactured every year . The American sewing machine is making advances in Japan far ahead of all others . Since 1892 no newspapers have been printed on Sunday in Norway , and since 1895 no bread has been baked on that day . Like attracts like . What you are accounts for the friends you make , and to a certain extent , for the things that happen to you . Hold yourself responsible . Mrs . Meadowe— You will find the woodshed at the back of the house . Tired Traveler— Excuse me , madam , but I never patronize a chop-house , —- Judge . A Chicago mother was trying to get her little boy to go to bed . Run along , Johnny , she said , and get into your bed . The little chickens have all gone to bed . Yes , mother , I know , said the little tot , with a quivering li...

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 April 1906

- SICKor lOBMCO New Remedy SENT FREE Oht what a pleasure to see j ^ fl ^ EiSKik yonr manor boy turn , with a ^^^^ K ^^ HanR * wry rant from tobacco , cigars , ^^ H ^^ BTOi ^ R ¦ cigarettes , or snuff , disgusted ^ Hr ^^ ^ H , and sickened by the very wKT \ . . M odor ! And Oh ! the joy of K ^ SVi f ff * Z ^ -3 M knowing that he rejoices too ; ¦ >* mtJ / , U—»> « rejoices to be free from iKyMH ^ SMRt I have had that pleasure . H | f *& 0 & t ^^^ Jt Any one can have it , 1 have ¦ ft , ** ¦¦ $ yL sH given ft to hundreds . I will ng ^ lltiP ^& ju . gladly give It toyou , as I have T ^ $ JP ^ : -WT 1 nothing to sell and want no llvfi ^ sife . nia money . My husband was a ¦ fJBESrJBKf Tobacco friend . This won- ¦ WTPWBPrajr -derfnl new reutdj-cured him , ^¦ fci _ M ^^ t * restored his broken health , ^^ gg ^^ g ¦ and I am determined that the ft n whole world shall know of this Heaven- ( fv Mv sent blessing for women , who cure thei...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 April 1906

WH 1 I ™ 5 jBi fl ^ S ^^ sL ^ ^ ^^^^ i ^^ j AGENTS WANTED TO SELL MAGNETIC COMBS . h ord > r (« tatrodaw « r Koad . rfi . 1 JH ^ nelle Ci . » l >« nt onw 1 offer thl » luntanie Aimiln lllxJnM ™ lll ° » Jj 1 *™ l !* Caanulai Outfit ( iln open 11 x 10 Inrliin ) nhuwlof 1 !! of Prof . Long s llBgnrtlt Conito , « l » o one additional Hajnetlo Drenlns Comb for vwr own Mrionil uift—all pu . lpalil for aBe . . ^ . MMni f . .,, Prof . Long siMaitiietlc Combs are mads of composite metals by a secret electrical process ; t hey are sanitary , unbreakable and guaranteed to prove satisfactory In every way . The greatest Invention of _ the age ,. Thes remove dandruff . stSp the hair from fulling out , a most Instantly relieve sick or nervous headache , quiet the ucr- ? e £ S . ™;^ enliven and b ? netn the hair and scalp as nothing else will do . Their use m . fca , « mneeeasary to drug the head with oils , tonics or shampoo . Every lady who values the health and beauty otbet...

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

JANETS PRESCKIPTJOJV Before Janet Wheeler had been in her cousin Mary s house twenty-four hours she learned two things : that a disarranged chair or a speck of dust was a crime , and that one minute spent in anything but work was just one minute wasted . Mary Johnson was a good housekeeper . In sight , and out of sight there was shining , speckless order . She had come to make a fetish of work , so that from one week s end to another there was not left one half-hour for reading , quiet meditation , or simple enjoyment with husband or children . Five minutes of idle-handed _ resting were enough to set her conscience to reproaching her—there was so much to be done , so little time in which to do it ! But how can I help it , Janet ? Mrs . Johnson replied in answer to her cousin s remonstrances . How can I help working ? Theres such a lot to do ! This keeping house for a husband and two children can t be done without work—and theres my sewing besides , she finished , bending over the ru...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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