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MAGIC SQUARE PROBLEM . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 April 1906
MAGIC SQUARE PROBLEM . In this diagram , how many rows of three numbers will give by addition the constant sum of 152 , How fan those numbers be arranged so , that in every row . horizontal , vertical and diagonal , the three numbers will add up the same ? n ,, iir . „ Delian will give , for diagram of the square , and best account of the process , a mapie square built upon the number that is the age of the solver . A letter from Dclian is well worth ( lie trouble of solving- this old problem . Send your answers direct to him , giving your age and address . Daniel F . Savage . Hopkinsvlle , Ky .
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 April 1906
42-PIECE MONOGRAM DINNER SET I HIS is the finest dinner set ever offered ¦¦¦¦ ¦ ^¦¦¦—¦—¦—¦¦—¦¦¦—¦_¦ —¦¦¦ as a premium . 42 complete pieces . ¦ ^^^^ m § H- ^ k _ k § m 1 ^^ ssssss -very dish ( except cups and saucers ) mmm * M s mm m m mmm W mmm msmm ¦ M ¦ __¦ 1 ^ decorated with tbe owners initial . Any lady ¦ ¦¦¦ ¦ W Wmmm ¦ ¦¦ — ¦ mmgr m m sending- us her name will be sent 24 of our ¦ ¦ ^ T H H ¦ ¦ ~^ ¦ ¦ handsome facsimile framed art pictures to ¦ ¦ 1 L m ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ~ ¦_ ¦ ¦ § ¦ . __ MI sell for 25 cents each or two for 50 cents . ¦¦ ¦ ^ » msmm ¦ __¦ ¦ When sold send us the $ 6 . 00 collected and ¦ — . »» . •„ this elegant 42-Piece Monogram Dinner Set Wlitrt Dnco noctim ¦ EaCn DlSh ^ ll be shipped to you at once for your Wild KOSB LseSlgR ¦ _ ——* « ¦ «—¦«• - ¦ - trouble . You only need to sell 24 pictures in Tnl / tKC nn / l ¦ DornralDrl WSf-fo ( no more ) to earn this premium . IT WOULD In UllOra SHQ ¦ WlsUrcircCI Willi COSTYOUCONS _ Hi _ BI _ MOra ; Y &gt; butwant Frfcroc Tr...
fmWmf [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 April 1906
fmWmf April is a good month for getting out the chicks . The April hatched pullet with good care will shell out the eggs that bring the fancy price next winter . Yes , chicks are a lot of bother to people who do not want to be bothered with them . Chicks should not oe fed for 24 to 36 hours after hatching . Some good authorities advocate waiting 72 hours . Good air , clean quarters and pure water are as important as good feeding for the growing chicks . Eggs laid in April are the favorites for putting in cold storage . They are said to keep better than those hatched later . Do not be afraid of liberal feeding for young chicks . They can hardly be fed too much if the food be of the right sort . If you have never tried the dry feeding system for your chicks try it this season . Most people who have tried dry feeding cannot be induced to go back to the old wet mash system . Eggs or Fotols . A subscriber wants to know whether in starting with a variety of pure bred fowls it is better to...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 April 1906
^ Bil __^ gg ^^ B &lt;_ H __ BM _ M-VH &gt;_ s ^&gt; MMsHM-l--H--H _ MM &gt;^&gt; M &gt; VH-H-l- ^ - ^ Get Your Money s Worth SK _ U eggs for hatching , and you are entitled to it . You will get it when you buy eggs laid by our JBUSIN E S SJPU , J 1 c 1 Our pullets begin laying when five months old , and keep at it . We have tt Our yards are on the west side of Cedar Lake in Minneapolis , tion at any time . We want your orders and will g ABSOLUTE SATISI SEND FOR . OUR FREE ILLUSTRATED SANITARY POULTRY Box S-107 DO YOUR I Hit- If You Are i ! l £ i § fe &lt; s 8 POUi __^ k ^^*^ Mr _ 8 l \ P ££ 5 % 4 ttSP 4 vfKV / irJr , / Sm The Bet — , «_ . AU ruiinuui , uu utceu , iceu , I ^ WJ ^^ mrU ^^^ Sff hatch , rear , exhibit and doctor fowls successfully ; bow to ( K ~ iHinn !_ l ____ Br build houses , coops and fixtures ; answers questions , etc ^^^} J ) j ^ n ( m ^^ m : ^ iu What It prints you can depend upon—its editors aresuei y ^ ^ ...
iMflaio [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 April 1906
iMflaio Dairy JWotes , Milk with dry hands . Don t allow the milk to stand in the barn . Don t overwork the butter . It injures the texture . Salt the butter by weight or measure , not by guess . In packing butter use parchment paper , not wax paper . Use dairy salt in salting butter . Do not use cheap barrel salt . Wash the Separator thoroughly after using each time . Scald with boiling water the last thing . Cool and stir the cream immediately after separating . Do not mix warm and cold cream . Cool the warm cream first . Have a butter-worker . It saves labor and improves the quality of the butter . Put butter up in rectangular prints . They pack better than circular prints , liandlc better and sell better . It is getting milk cooled quickly that counts . A can of milk will cool , faster ill water at 45 degrees than in air at 35 . Keep tight covers off the cans while cooling the cream or milk to allow escape of animal gas and heat . There is no objection to a light cloth cover to ...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 April 1906
WORLDS BEST BUTTER DE LAVAL SEPARATOR TRIUMPH AT NATIONAL DAIRY SHOW ?&gt;« - / »¦¦ ¦ ¦ «» The gmt DAIRY SHOW and NATIONAL BUTTERMAKERS CONVENTION held at CHICAGO , February 15 th to 24 th , awarded ALL HIGHEST BUTTER PRIZES to entries made from BE LAVAL SEPARATOR CREAM , the prizes and scores being as- follows : GRAND PRIZE-GOLD MEDAL A , CARLSON , Rush City , Minn .., &gt; Score 97 SILVER MEDAL J . B , HOWE , Oakland , Minn . .. Score 96 % SILVER CUPS E . J , SIMONSON , Milton Wis . Score 96 W . H , BECHTEJIi , Garo , Mich Score -96 LOtIS NIELSON , Camp Point , 111 ., Score 96 P . L . ODELL , Greenfield , Iowa , Score 95 ^ Out of the total 610 butter entries 559 were DE LAVAL users , the other 51 representing the users of all other separators combined , while of the 496 entries scoring 90 and over . , 463 were DE LAVAL made , the other 33 covering ail competitive users together , All this Is in keeping with . what has happened at every previous Convention Contest o...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 April 1906
RAPID DISH SCRAPER Tliis rubber scraper tukes the ^ . — - * place of the old faslitoiied way U ., • *¦ of Bumping dishes with a sll- - = K 1 / ver knife or spoon and Is much __^_^ fl &lt; _ yy more rapid \ saves your silver ^ r fjfr ware , saves soap , therefore , 3 ^ 2 TL 3 x * -1 ^ saves money . Greatest thinK ¦ ggfe ^ yy ^ in the world for greasy skll- ^ il ^ aRI ^^ y les iind pancake «« jrk __ ^| S ^ / jtrliiaien . Sent IllCt postpaid for iVV AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE ( The rapid window drier . Same pattern as used in large building ! for plate glass front windows only t » n a smaller scale , ideal for housewife who lias windows or looking glasses to keep &lt;^ gT % _ clean . Does away with tiresome rub- ^ Zllfl : bine : gives a due gloss . Sent postpaid &gt;^^*^* SAHPLKS OF BOTH AKT 1 U . KS SENT POSTPAID 25 C O . R . BREWSTER « COMPANY , 803 Guaranty Blda ., Minneapolis , Minn . ^¦¦¦^^¦^¦ fOEND 10 for this HB ^ H ^^ HO latest stylecollar _ , ndcLi _ : WT...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 April 1906
CO-OPERATION J ^ MBl WILL SAVE YOU MONEY / KjESpat d Our prices save the Northwestern farmer from 20 to 60 per cent on I L &gt;— H | J I 33 SH ^ V &gt; I ^ J L everything he buys from us for the home or the farm . We are the lar- 1 1 ^« &lt; ^ HpUi 399 UH &gt;&gt; | ^^ L mT gest mail order house in this territory , and can supply everything you \ ¥ ^^_ T | j ^» lBl _ 7 iW I ^^ L ( need to eat , wear or use , and save you a lot of money every year in the \ J ^^ LzAS ^ SE ^ U ^ Sw ^ K ^ C *^ matter of freight charges alone . _ It will pay you well to make our fjL \^^^ V 7 n ^^^^ 1 A l 0 S | &gt;« . house your buying place . But it is through our plan of co-operation •*&gt;^/// WW x * I . ^ S . ^ T that you will realize the greatest benefits and savings . We certainly * T ^ S **_ I /// 1 \\\\ JxU have worked out the ideal plan of practical co-operation and it is help- L _^_^_«_™_^_ M __^_^_^_^_™__^ ing hundreds of farmers to save ...
A Memorial Day Story . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
A Memorial Day Story . 2 » y ELLEJf L . FETfRy . Mantorville was nothing if not patriotic , and as on the early afternoon of a bright day in late May the strains of martial music pierced the air , the shrill high notes of the fife pealing out above the drum taps that beat quick marching time , the entire populace rushed to the doors and ] windows and the sidewalk to see—the opposing forces of a baseball game the fats and leans , of Mantorville , led by the two grizzled musical veterans of the Civil war , who always headed the Memo- 1 rial day parade . The leans came first in good marching order stepping briskly on , ! alert and smiling , the fats bringing up | the rear , out of step , out of line , some carrying sun umbrellas , some fanning t vigorously and mopping perspiring faces with huge bandannas , the champion , heavy wei g ht of them all dragging his weary avoirdupois along some yards in the rear . Shouts of mirth greeted them , and continuous hand clapping and cat-calls unti...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
t AMONG OUFtSELVESH Only One Month More * . We wish to emphasize the fact that the subscription price of The Farmer s Wife will advance to 25 cents a year on June 1 st , 1906 . Only one month more on our special offer of 5 years for 50 cents . CASH IS pfOT ffECESSARy . Among our many subscribers we believe will be found many who may find the matter of a prompt renewal difficult for lack of ready money . To accommodate all who desire to do so we will give you an opportunity to earn your renewal subscription for 5 years by doing a little work for us . Drop us a postal card saying , I want to earn 5 years renewal subscription to The Farmer s Wife and we will send the complete instruction by return mail . You can do it in an hour . Write us to-day . St . Paul , Minn . THE FAHMETtS WIFE . ES A JUNK 1 , 1906 . subscription The price of The Farmer s Wife will be advanced to 25 cents a year after May 1906 . Anyone sending us 50 cents before June 1 st will receive credit for 5 years subscrip...
THEMVSTEIUOUS McCOKKLES [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
THE MYSTERIOUS MCCORKLES Suddenly Mrs . Handy heard the sound of wheels , and standing erect among the strawberry vines , wiped the perspiration from her eyes and gazed with curiosity at the carriage coming rapidly , not to say recklessly , down the hill , humping and bounding along the uneven country road . Willie Handy also left his berry-picking to gaze . It was a closed carriage , the only one in all the country round and belonged to the livery-man at Mackford . Aint that a funny buggy , ma ? said Willie . I wonder where it is going ? I believe it is bringing the rest of the McCorkle family , she answered excitedly . Do you run down behind that clump of bushes and see if they are driving up towards the house . ^ They re driving up ! cried Willie , returning hurriedly from his tour of observation , and Steve Stone has gone to the house , and Eph , and all the rest : and its noon anyhow —let s us go too , ma ! Well , said Mrs . Handy good-natur-Are there any boys in the McCorkle f...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
Pure , Brilliant , Fast Colors . Quickest , Safest surest dyes made . Same package Star J &gt; re colors cotton , wool , silk or mixed goods . All other dyes require different dyes for different jroods . StarDjeAdotheworklnnup ufiiin No chemicals required . Cheap-UHE HUUn est and bestfor successful home use — no failures lFinstructlonsare followed . Ninety shades . Sold by mail—any color—10 cents per package . H 16 BIHS MFC , CO ., DEPT . 28 , OLD TOWN , MAIHE Pfl 77 J fC THE B £ ST ONES r VM . ^ U . C . 9 EveR INVCNTEO . Ah PUZZLE KEYS , hero are two keys / JSJQX caught together with no visible menne - - K T &lt; a &lt; f ** of separation . Puzzles everybody liow ( jS 3 \ ify-o ) * ° ^ Mem apart . Price with secret ^ y v § 7 / tUrccfcfo » sl » ccHt . sppr 8 et . / S ^ ^ V ^ Ss , GOOD LUCK PUZZLE , can If dJi ^ is \\ you ta ^ e center shoe off . vL __| i g J | / / Looks easy but fools them ail . ^ sas *^^** == tf ^ Price willi directions 10 cents . * STAR CRE...
/ Qupffiomefolub . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
/ Qupffiomefolub . ALL AROUND THE HOUSE . The progressive housekeeper s motto—Live and Learn . Send in little helps to this column for the help of all . After the carpet has been well dusted , lay on the grass and clean with a cloth dipped in ammonia water , nibbing every part . —Bess . To wash feathers empty them from the ticks into a large sack of thin material , through openings in each that should be pinned together to prevent the feathers flying about . Put the sack of feathers into a tub of strong suds and squeeze and wash thoroughly , or use a powder . Rinse in two waters and place over the clothesbars out in the sun to . dry . Eunice . To wash woolen blankets : first shake and brush them well , then have ready two tubs of real warm but not hot water , in one of which make a very strong suds with soap that has been melted or dissolved for the purpose . Do not rub soap on the blanket . Wash quickly but thoroughly through the suds , rinse well and quickly , wring , and hang on ...