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A YEARS' EFFORT [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

A YEARS EFFORT A year s effort has now been given by the present management of THE FARMER S WIFE towards contributing ¦ to the comfort , beauty and happiness of farm homes . How well we have succeeded remains for our readers to say , and very many of them have written us most appreciative letters . Therefore , good friends , we are cheered and heartened for future effort , and shall continue to try to make our paper—which is especially their paper —in the highest meaning of the term helpful to farmer s wives—to all women upon farms . And we want to ask our readers who have found enjoyment or help in its pages to tell other farm women about it . As it is published solely in the interests of farmer s wives , we want to reach them all as quickly as possible . And as the number of our readers increases so will the value of our paper as an advertising medium , which is what brings in the means that provides for its publication , and permits maintaining its standard of excellence . Severa...

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

THE EARTHQUAKE . It is hard to read the lesson in such a great national disaster as has crushed to earth the beautiful city that was The Golden Gate to the Pacific . That it has attuned all hearts the country over to sympathy , and that sympathy has been expressed in every form of substantial aid , from the most devoted personal service among the injured to that of drawing from a noted bankbook hitherto opened but grudgingly a check for several thousand dollars , gives us the first lines , perhaps , of the lesson that may some time be written in letters of light on the pages of history . Many pictures present themselves in kaleidscopic change as the events of the catastroplie are recalled : The terrible visitation of the earthquakes in the night sending the terror stricken people fleeing , they knew not where , for safety amid falling walls and flaming buildings . The heroic efforts made to succor and save , even in the midst of continued and extreme peril . The desolation when morn...

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

LECTURES THE FARMERS Bernard McFadden , who leads the Increasing hosts of those who through natural means , the operation of natural laws , a simple diet and reasonable care of the body , are seeking to retain perfect health and regain that which they have lost , has this to say to the farmers in a recent number of his magazine : We used to think the country people as a rule were healthy and strong . But after six months study of farmers and their habits of life we unhesitatingly make the statement that the majority of them are not healthy . We do not hesitate to make the statement that owing to their unintelligent methods of living , most of these oeople need physical culture and need it badly . Farmers as a rule make away with more bottles of patent medicines than do the aenemic office clerks in large cities . We used to wonder how farmers could remain healthy upon a diet that turned a city person s stomach . We have come to the conclusion that the moderate amount of health that t...

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

CENTRALIZATION OF SCHOOLS The centralization of country schools , the union of all the schools of a township into one located at some central point , has proved a great success in many places , where country children are provided with equal educational advantages with children in city schools . Centralizing the schools thus permits the grading or classifying of pupils , the employment of a corps of competent teachers for each grade , and provides also a high school course , for which otherwise the young people must go away from home . Centralization is not sought as a means of lessening the expense of schools , but as offering oetter advantages . The average country school teacher is greatly overworked and so poorly paid that few ambitious , really competent teachers remain long in such a position , drawn cityward by the larger opportunities and higher salaries offered there . In the short six hours of the school day the country teacher must crowd work that in city schools is distri...

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

The Farmer s Wife PUBLISHED MONTHLY BV THE WEBB PUBLISHING COMPANY , 47-51 E . 4 th Steet , ST . PAUL , MINN . EDITORIAL STAFF , ELLAS . WEBB . M . D ., MANAGING EDITOR . MRS . L . J . STEPHENS , EDITORIAL PASES , MOTHER S COUNCIL HOME CLUB , CORRESPONDENCE . MRS . MARGARET J . BLAIR , MODEL SEWINO , GAMIEST DRAFTING AND Hon AST . C . 6 . HARRISON , AMONG THE FLOWERS . DR . ELLA S . WEBB , HEALTH TALKS . EDITH RAYMOND , OUR YOUNO FOLKS , ROUND TABLE . KAPPA KAPPA , PUZZLE DEPARTMENT . CHIC too OEFICE : GEORGE W . HERBERT , 1788 FIRST NAT . BANK BLDO . NFW * YORK OFFICE * WALLACE C . RICHARDSON , 725 TEMPLE COURT . TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS : Single Subscriptions 25 Cents a Year in Advance ; 35 Cents per Year in St . Paul and Canada . Advertising Rates : 25 cents per ngnta 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 ...

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 June 1906

TAKE NOTICE . When this paragraph Is marked with bine pencil It Is to notify the subscriber that the time will be out with the next number and that we will stop It If not renewed . When this Is marked with red pencil It means your time Is out and if you want It continued you must send 15 cents in stamps or postal note at once . Change of Address-When a subscriber removes ana changes her address , notify us at once , but in doing so do not fail to give your old address also when giving us the new . It you fail to notify us of your changed address you may miss copies of the paper which we win not be able to supply as we cannot guarantee to furnish back numbers of the paper . ANNOUNCEMENT . Every farmers wife should consider th ! sherpaper , and regard herself as a member of Our Home Club and Mothers Council , sending for publication therein her best thoughts , best methods of work , and her practical experience along every line concerning which questions are asked , as well as her per...

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

STTrnESSUTTT . WOMEN FARMERS . Not only does the FARMER S WIFE number more than one successful woman farmer among its contributors , but there are others , many of them . Notably Miss Ella W . Frederick , of Chester County , N . Y ., who , though only twenty-four years old , now most successfully runs a profitable dairy farm . Miss Frederick is a practical farmer at first , harnessing her own horses and driving them before the wagon from which sue delivered milk to customers . She has also followed the plow and driven a harvester . The products of her farm include beside the bottled milk supplied to over a hundred customers daily , poultry , eggs , butter and cottage cheese . Her dairy cows are Alderneys and Guernsey s and every one has a good milking record . At Glenview , twenty miles north of Chicago , Miss Mabel Babcock , conducts a 100 acre poultry farm . Ten years ago Miss Babcock was a clerk in a Chicago wholesale house . She lived at Kenilworth and had a natural fancy for th...

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

HEART AND HOME TALKS . 1 told you sol Who has not felt the hurt of that phrase ? How much unpleasant feeling is caused by its repetition . It seems strange that anyone can wish to add such a sting to another s load of discouragement and self-condemnation . . We cannot all view matters in the same light , and if , guided by the light we have and which we follow conscientiously , we sink into quagmires of difficulty , how can anyone have the heart to push us in still deeper with I told you so ? But it seems to be a weakness of human nature — and a much greater weakness then any it would condemn , for the exercise of a little self control will hold back the fruitless phrase . And a moments thought should inspire the desire , instead to cheer and comfort those who have stumbled into the slough of despond , and help them to forget or to see the brighter side of the experience . A very good woman who loves her husband and is otherwise considerate and kind says she , cannot forbear even no...

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

SUMMER SUGGESTIONS Live out of doors as much as possible . Time spent puttering among plants and flowers is not wasted , but most wisely used . The majority of women need a change of occupation , and this should be sought out-of-doors in summer . Cultivate an out-door fad—flowers , vegetables , chickens , bees , berries , beans —anything that will furnish a pleasant change of work , accompanied also if possible with the prospect of gain , which will make it the more enjoyable . Or simply go out to rest , and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature with the children , rambling through the fields and woods , and when tired spreading a lunch upon the grass . The days are long on farms in summer —the day s work . Plan for a rest some time during the day of at least a half hour or an hour , and take it lying down , on the most comfortable bed or couch in the house , in the coolest most quiet spot , sleeping if possible . The utter relaxation of the body and brain that occurs when sleeping ...

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

Justice ( sternly)—You are charged with stealing nine of Col . Henry s hens last night . Have you any witnesses ? Brother Swagback ( apologetically ) — Nussah . I s pecks Is sawtuh peculiar dat-uh-way , but it aint never been mur custom to take witnesses along when I goes out chicken stealin sah . —Puck . A Western Kansas postmaster wanted to inform the public that the location of the postoffice had been changed , so he inserted this notice in the local paper The postoffice has been moved from where it was to where it is now . —New York Tribune . It is easy not to do a thing to excess if you dont like it .

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

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Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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HATTY HILL FARM ' [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

HATTY HILL FARM ay PTRS . C . C . WOUTEWS , It was a beautiful morning in May ; the birds sang in a perfect ecstacy of delight , and the smell of the warm earth and growing things was very pleasant . But Mary got out of bed with the wrong foot foremost , and she only noticed the day as being a good one for gardening . Can you help me plant the garden today , John ? she asked after breakfast . Not today , nor tomorrow , Got tci finish plowing that valley field and get it in this week . Let the garden wait till next week and Ill be able to hel p you . Stuff will grow all the faster if the ground gets real warm before the seeds are put in . And John went cheerfully off to his work , not noticing how downcast his wife appeared . But Mary was a determined little body , and she had made up her mind that the garden was to be planted the first week in May . I think John is mean , she soliloquized , crossly . His old valley could wait one day instead of my garden waiting a whole week . Every...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CURE FOR LIQVOR AND TOBACCO [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

CURE FOR LIQVOR AND TOBACCO The Kansas Anti-Liquor Society is mailing free a recipe for the cure of the liquor habit . It can l ) e given secretly in food . Also one for the tobacco habit tliat can be given secretly . The only request they miike is that you do not sell recipes , hut itlve copies to friends . Add . with stamp . Kansas Anti-Liquor Soc y , 3 i Gray Bldg ., Kansas City , Mo .

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

TO PROVE IT I SEND A TRIAL FREE My treatment actually cures the deaf , scop head noises , cures running ears and removes every trace o £ catarrh . ; _ J HO CHABGtfWHATEVEH for sending you tho FREE TRAIL TREATMENT . Dont let this generous otter pass . Answer the questions yes or no . • Cut out and send to DR . GARDNER , 40 West 33 d St ., N . V . CITY . andrecelvethetrlal V Eli F . M POR THE DEAF . Do your ears foe ] full ! Do your ears throb ! Do your ears itch ! Are you worse In damp weather ! Do your ears discharge I Is your nose stopped ! Do you have catarrh ! Do your ears rlngor crack ! SAME • •¦• ADDRESS y * <* .. * « • Written by at [ American K A 441 A ** C tor Americans , giving His < 3 & TIIt 5 l 2 > tory , Climate , Soil , Tern *^* *^ r perature , Rain Fall , ttov ^^ m m ernment , Resottrs \ Ona / lta « l ees , Tarlff , Eiports , WCLrVOiUlOlll Imports . Agricul- ^^**»* »»««»•»•«• - • tureTLand Surrey , _ _ 4 Registry Systems . N...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

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Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
, m -m - » , / " ¦ % i • i " S" ^ e Opportunity ^ -- " t ^ oi the T ^ irvc ^ D sli ghter [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

, m -m - » , / ¦ % i • i S \ ^ e Opportunity ^ -- t ^ oi the T ^ irvc ^ D sli ghter WRITTEN FOE THE FARMERS WIFE . WRITTEN FOR THE FARMERS WIFE . There is always opportunity in the circumstances in which we are placed . Many farmers daughters do not believe this . If tliey did we should not see so many young women from the farm 8 seeking work in the already overcrowded cities . Those who have had experience know there are a dozen applicants for every situation in the city ; that only the most laborious and poorly paid positions are open to untrained and inexperienced girls . The most ordinary board , not half as good as that in the country , cannot be obtained for anything less than four dollars a week , while good board in a good locality where one may feel a sense of protection and security is much higher . Morever , no girl should be allowed or should allow herself , to take any of the lower grade positions such as those of waitress , chamber maid , factory girl , or sewine eirl ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

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