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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
WW ^* * * wt * L foifsA , ! W ^ V *^ . m °°° MWM jfffl / JI &gt;^ TREE BOOKS EVERY TMR » SHOULDIHAVE Wewanteveryfarmer swifetoknow the great savingourplanofdlrectdenllngwillaffordher , thatis , buyinffdirect from the manufacturer all her house hold supplies . We want to show her in actual dollars and cents just how much money she can save every few weeks by our factory to family saving plan We also want to show her how she can furnish her home without cost on our free home furnishing plan . In order to make this plain to her we have published these two books which everyfarmer swifeshould have . One of them tells How The Farmer s Wife Can Save $ 10 . 00 in a short time and the other one How The Parmer s WifeCan Furnish Her Home Without Cost . The first book contains a full line of the goods we manufacture : with honest descriptions and just as an illustration we wish to mention that in bakinepowder alone which you are now paying : your dealer 25 c per can , we self you a Pure...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
The Farmer s Wife PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY THE WEBB PUBLISHING COMPANY , 47-51 E . 4 th Steet , ST . PAUL , MINN . EDITORIAL STAFF , ELLAS . WEBB . lt . D ., MANAGING EDITOB . MRS . L . J . STEPHENS , EDITORIAL PAGES , MOTHKR S COUNCIL HOME CLUB , C ORRESrOKDENCB . MRS . MARGARET J . BLAIR , MODEL SEWING , GARMENT DRAFTING AND H orn AEI . C . B . HARRISON , Alioxo mm FLOWKES . OR . ELLA S . WEBB , HEALTH TALKS . EDITH RAYMOJJD , Oua Touuo FOLKS , Room TABU . 1 EiFPA KAPPA , PBZZHS DBFABTmafT . Cnio « ao OKTICE : GEORGE W . HERBERT , 1730 FlBSlNAT . BUIK BLDO . NEW YORK OFFICE : WALLACE a RICHARDSON , 785 TEMPLE CODRT . TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS : Single Subscriptions 15 Cents a Year In Advance ; 30 Cents per Year in St . Paul and Canada . 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 . Su bscri tiers are not required to notify the publishers to stop . If the subscription i...
MEMORIAL DAY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
MEMORIAL DAY . To alL patriotic Americans the most beautiful National observance of any day or season in any land is that of our Memorial Day ; the day upon which our people forsake all business and labor and gather to do honor to the memory of those who fought as valiantly to preserve the Union upon which our national safety and prosperity rests as did their forefathers to found it . The heroes of the Revolutionary war made the nation ; the no less heroic soldiers of the Civil war preserved it . Enjoying all the privileges and blessings of the freedom and union thus dearly secured and perpetuated , we should keep Memorial Day , not so much as a holiday , though it has been legally made such , but as a national holy-day . Nothing is more impressive than this great annual Memorial service held when all nature is beautiful with bloom , a part of which is the garlanding of the graves of the soldiers . There is scarcel y a burial place of any size anywhere in this broad land that does n...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
lie , the Ladies of the G . A . R ., and the Woman s Relief Corps , the former composed of women directly related by ties of blood to soldiers of the Civil War , and the latter of all patriotic women , the objects of both being the same , to assist in keeping green the memory of their country s defenders , to care for the needy families of veterans , and to see that principles of patriotism are instilled in the minds of the children in the public schools , that , in the words of another Memorial hymn , No floral wreaths loving hands can entwine Can rival the memories our fond hearts enshrine . Of the noble and brave , the faithful and blest ; Honored martyrs of freedom , serene be their rest .
HONOR AMONG WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
HONOR AMONG WOMEN This startlmgassertionmetmeonapnnt ed page recently : Women have no sense of honor . And my first feeling was that of indignation , as I hope was that of every other woman who read it . But a little reflection convinced me that while the writer was wrong in thus stigmatizing the sex , he may have been right concerning a class . IBs definition of honor among men was given thus : A sense of obligation to some standard other than one s own whim or pleasure or advantage ; a perception of the fact that no man is himself the center of the universe , nor at liberty to do wholly as he will ; a feeling of loyalty toward others , regardless of conditions or consequences ; a sensitive acknowledgement of the authority of some code , law , custom , or usage , which must be respected and placed before mere personal preference . And this , he declares , women have not . Not simply a class of women , or the mass of women , but women as women have no sense of honor ! He does not at...
ROOTLETS [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
ROOTLETS We take out of life much of the quality we put into it . It is a small soul that expects more than it is willing to give ,. The simple daily round of duty doing is often the highest service . We would not plant weed seeds in the soil , let us be careful not to plant them in the soul . Cheerfulness is contagious— give it to as many as you can . Everyday trials should be as lightly regarded as the clouds that so quickly p ass from the summer sky . Soul hunger is as real as physical hunger , and must be fed for growth and life—life eternal . We may daily enjoy the companionship of some of our truest , most helpful , most congenial friends—those we find in books . By bearing it constantly in mind we unconsciousl y grow into the likeness of our highest ideal . Envy not the greatness of others . The greatness of self is all that should give us concern . How much the songs of returning birds add to the joy of life . And as we are greater than these we should reflect greater joy . ...
HEART AND HOME TALKS [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
HEART AND HOME TALKS It is just as necessary to clear out dust and cobwebs from the mental as the physical atmosphere . Shut in upon itself the heart starves and suffers . Let us open the windows of the soul as you do the windows of your dwellings in this joyous spring-time , and breathe once more the breath of life and love . It is a beautiful world after all , though we must all have our days of doubt and discouragement . Perhaps we have not quite understood the feelings and motives of others . We may also have been too exacting , and a little over sensitive . . New effort gives new life , new thoughts , new love . Old things are passed away . Let us forgive them , forget them , as we enter upon the tasks and the joys of spring time . Others are moved by the same sweet influences of the season to much the same thoughts , and will doubtless meet us half way . The strenuous efforts necessary to thoroughly cleanse and put our homes in order are strengthening in themselves , to both b...
NEW STORY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
NEW STORY . With tins number will begin a strong serial story , written for the FARMER S WIFE , by Miss F . Roney Weir , already known to our readers through her delightfully original contributions to our paper . She is at her best in The Mysterious McCorkles , a bright story , sparkling with humor and exciting in its . flavor of mystery , which is well sustained to the end . It will hold the attention from the first .
A Memorial Day Story [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
A Memorial Day Story ( CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 . ) tried to down him . But he s right , and hell come out all right in time . I dont remember such a debate , Mr . Hemingway , it must have occurred after I went away . Tell me about it . Well—Oh , I have the papers , an Ill read it to you , or you can take em home , only Id like em back again . They made it so warm for Dick last year that he felt called upon to make a statement , and he said he hadnt anything better to say than what he said in that debate years ago—he just stood where he had always stood .. Heres what he said : The Philippines were at war with Spain in an attempt to secure their liberty—the freedom of self government . Our victory over Spain allowed us to dictate the terms by which we secured control of the Islands , and simply by the right of such possession we deny to those people representation or the right of self government . There has never been a case so nearly parallel to that of England and the American colonie...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
^ j ( P j Learn Dressmaking m ^ ffm ^ y EARN $ 15 TO $ 100 A WEEK mW ^ mvAWtmW 1 ^^^^^ . mWBlWlWiamW ^^ mJmW Dressmaking Is the most profitable occupation In which any woman can enmWaSWiSsW men ltwlilpay you twice as well as any other and quickly enable you to mWMS ! l 2 l ££ ~ 3 l bntte ryour condition . Some dressmakers receive KJ . OOO for a single gown . mwmmwW ? £ 7 _^_ All are paid the highest salaries usually paid women for other work . ¦¦ R ^ w aflBa . If you are a stenographer , bookkeeper , housekeeper or clerk , or even ~ ¦¦ ! « . ¦¦¦ k a dressmaker , fee can soon double your income . Even It you have no MMmw *^ ¦ regular occupation , are keeping house , perhaps , and want to increase AWm m m ^ A Al HHHr jour income and dress better for less money , we can make you the mMmWMfrj e m \ % WmT best paid woman In your vicinity . It does not matter where you live , BfcsifklSk We Will Teach You at Home by Mail ^^ HMnglffilJl ALL INSTRUCTION IS PERSONAL ^^^^^^ HKSM OIgaGoldzier ,...
'RECITES [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
RECITES We have received a number of practical recipes from our subscribers , which have been tried and found successful in their hands . We are glad to pass there along for others to use . Let us hear from more , of their favorite methods of preparing meats , vegetables and desserts . Ginger Cakes . This is the way to make Shiny Back ginger cakes . One pint N . 0 . Molasses , half a cup of lard , a cup of sugar , one egg , a giH » f sour milk , a large teaspoonful of soda , tablespoonful of ginger and one of cinnamon , as little flour as will be necessary to roll them out . , Tiptop Ginger Cakes . One cup New Orleans molasses , one egg , piece of butter size of walnut , one half cup of sour cream , half tablespoon of soda dissolved . in cream , ginger to taste . Flour enough to roll . The secret of success in making ginger cakes is in using as little flour as possible . Drop Ginger Cakes . One cup New Orleans molasses , one cup Wgar , one cup lard , one cup boiling water , five cup...
IN THE COUNTRY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
IN THE COUNTRY . The tree by the gate is brown and bare And it shows no signs of spring , And a bluebird sat on a swingin branch And warbled like anything . His back was blue as the blue of the skies , And his breast was pink as a rose , And he looked like a bud of promise there To bloom when the spring breeze blows . And I guess he s going to bloom all right , For another one came his way , And he cottoned to her to beat the band , \ nd they both had a lot to say . I I He fuzzled his feathers and chirped and chirped , And the other one cooed ana cooed , Then they shook their wings and away they flew In the pleasantest kind of mood . But they came back soon with straws in their bills . A chatterin with deliirtit , And by and by . when the spring has come I guess theyll blossom all right . —Lampten in New York Sun .
THE HAPPY MAN . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
THE HAPPY MAN . The happiest man m the world is the common , everyday chap , who makes his own living , pays his bills , has a little money as he goes along , but doesnt strive to get a corner on the local output , and is a slave neither to ambition nor society . He loves his God and his fellow man , thinks there is no place like home , the haven of rest ; prefers the company of his wife and children to that of anyone else ; never lios tn sit no at • licrlit In onnlrirp his conscience ; believes in the doctrine of live and let live , and when he encounters one of the needy he doesn t stutter with his pocket book . The plain man is happy because he is satisfied and does not spend the best of his life yearning for things four sizes too large for him . —Exchange .
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 May 1906
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