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A CONTRAST , [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

A CONTRAST , A farmer s son , Proud of field-lore and harvest cratt , and feeling All their possibilities—how rich And restful even poverty and toil Become when beauty , harmony and love Sit at the humble hearth as angels sat At evening in the patriarchs tent ; when man Makes labor noble , and his farmer s frock The symbol of a Christian s chivalry ; Tender and just and generous to her Who clothes with grace all duty . Still , I know Too well the picture has another sideHow wearily the grind of toil goes on Where love is wanting ? how the eye and ear And heart are staryea amidst the plentitude Of nature , and how hard and colorless Is life without an atmosphere *********** # * # ************** # And , in sad keeping with all things about them , Shrill , querulous women , sour and sullen men , Untidy , loveless , old before tneir time , With scarce a human interest save their own Monotonous round of small economies , Or the poor scandal of the neighborhood ; Blind to the beauty every...

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

HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW . Henry Wadsworth Longfellow is justly accounted one of the best of American poets . He was bom Feb . 1807 , and began writing in the early days of our republic , when England was beginning to discover that she must revise her ideas in regard to our literary ability , as she had of our fighting qualities , some years before . He entered Bowdoin College when he was fifteen years old , and graduated in three years . Before this he had written poems that had attracted the attention of literary people . Perhaps this was partly because he took for his subjects persons and places with which he and they were most familiar . The people of Portland , Maine , Longfellow s early home , have an affectionate regard for his poem My Lost Youth , in which he describes the place . Often I think of the beautiful town That is seated by the sea , etc . People point with pride to the Wayside Inn which still stands at South Sudbury , Mass ., which he has immortalized in song , ...

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

SAMBOS HONEYMOON . TWO-STEP AND CAKE WALK . F . A . Franklin . Sambo s Honeymoon .

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

FLORICULTURE FOR PROFIT , In the April number of Farmer s Wife there is an interesting article by Mary A . Dartt , showing opportunities for women on the farm to make money on poultry raising , dairying and horticulture . There is now a growing demand for perennials and there is no reason why women should not make money as well as regular florists . This would not infringe on their domain but would rather enlarge it . For instance ; if a farm woman had half an acre of paeonies , phloxes , delphiniums , columbines and many other hardy flowers ; seeing them in all their beauty , would awaken a wide spread interest and create a demand for them . And further than this , there is almost always a call for these things , and seedsmen and dealers would be glad to know where these things can be had . For instance this spring the delphiniums and phloxes are nearly exhausted , and there is a brisk call for hardy perennials . I get a great many letters from ladies who wish to make a little mone...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

BED BUG EXPELLER KVo ^ r mm ^ zme- , ^\ vm BI -GS , F 1 KAS < CI , CKIffltBEp BUGSJ CKJ ROA 11 IES , MCE , AKTS and all iESKSRp ^ C S 3 kinds of IIWCT 8 . No matter WekliiSw ^ wi how niany other kinds you JSSairlSEiXv have tried and failed TRY 9 Uf i > XS ! y *» . » THIS . We guarantee it to rid l $ W VTv ^^ % ft , a house effectually and perWm * C *^ £ * SM manently of INSECTS or mons itim . ¦ W * 5 ~ ir » a ! i ey refunded , ltdoesnotleave ? ¦¦ > V ^^ lw ? STAIN , DUST / DIET or feUvW k ^ ZT ~~ i B SMELL . Appreciated by every m ^/ vMwSSm ^ M good housekeeper . Prlce . 25 c Y-jlS >| KESIIIItl by mail prepaid . ( Wholesale ft X < > atffll price to agents and the drug fW - - •^ ll trade , prepaid , $ 1 . 00 per j »(~ ... «»» » • * W dozen . ) Write today . MILLER MERCANTILE COMPANY , 32 Union Block , St . Paul , Minn .

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TalKs on Everyday Topics . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

TalKs on Everyday Topics . WASH DAY PHILOSOPHY . The fight against dirt is the greatest mark of civiLuation . The stronger the fight , the higher is the degree of culture and refinement . It is a battle to the end . In darkest Africa and sections of some of the slightly more civilized countries where nations and tribes consider washing necessary , the women cleanse their garments on flat stones along the river banks . While it is bard on both women and clothes , it is far better than wearing filthy apparel . Next came the wash-board and tub—an invention which permitted the women to wash indoors . This was a great step in our progress towards civilization . IThe washing was apt to be postponed in cold or stormy weather and for obvious reasons , serious results often followed . For years we were contented with this primitive and now almost obsolete utensil until man began to realize its serious disadvantages and the washing machine is the result . Women who consider time worth anythin...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

AMONG OURSELVES Special Short Time Offer . Do you want your paper stopped ? Several thousand subsrciptions expire in June and July and we do not believe you wish the paper dis = continued . The subscription price is now 25 cents a year . We have ad vertised this change in price for several months and yet many of our sub scribers have not renewed their subscription . You may be one of these and if you are you can tell by the date just your name on the address label . We do not wish to stop your paper but it will be necessary to do so unless you renew promptly . Our Short Time Offer :- Send us 25 cents by return mail we will extend your subscription for 2 years . Send us 50 cents and we will extend your subscription for 5 years . Dont wait as this offer only good for a short time and if you do not take advantage of it your will be discontinued or it will cost you 25 cents a year for renewal Anyone sending us 25 or 50 cents for a two or five year subscription at time will receive a bea...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

UNSCRUPULOUS FIRMS Most naturally will look for victims among the farmers wives , because of their distant location from the largo business center * , which makes mail order purchasing almost an unavoidable necessity , As this moans buy Inn and paying without seeing the article first , tho greatest care must bo exercised in selecting reliable llrms to buy from . A Wise woman will not buy 1 rom peddling agents , nor from mall order jobbing houses , who are known to handle the cheapest trash on the market . Beware ofelieapgoods-thoy will bo dear In tho end . The boat policy and assurance of really cheap buying in to deal direct with a responsible manufacturer who liana reputation at stake and will carefully guard It . You can safely trust him—bis guarantee protects yon—but keep away from manufacturers who arc afraid to iiavo yon order your goods through , your own locul dealer , should you so desire . Catchy free trial schemes oE late have been the rage- It is tho latest method , part...

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

cffealtL We / tfflef HEALTH SUGGESTIONS . • A sallow complexion indicates derangement of liver , and a lack of acids . Lemons , oranges , and all acid fruits are indi cated with an occasional cathartic to clear the system . Rose water and elder flower water are used for removing tan , and making the skin soft . The best tonic for the hair is sunlight and fresh air . When a child swallows a tack or pin , give him the white of an egg to take immediately , as it forms a curd around the substance . A good meal of mashed potatoes , later , will be likely to carry it through the digestive tract without injury to the lining membrane . Do not give a laxative unless the child is constipated . An infectious disease is more likely to fasten itself on the system when one is fasting than after eating . The earl y morning walk so highly recommended is more likely to be followed by an attack of malaria , if not guarded against by a little food before going out doors . Pimples and blotches on the f...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

???????????????????????????????????????????????? ??????????????? j Tuesday , June I 2 fh , is Bargain Day . I ? Every Reader Should Take Advantage Of This Special Offer Which Is Made For One Bay Only . ? A \ flllD n CITED t 0 < 000 Sillier Sugar Shells and Butter Knities To Be GiDen Atvay In a Few WeeKs . Send us the names of 10 Ladies not ? Y UUfl U ¦ t Clf n ° takis our nc pa , er ( The Farmer s Wife ) and in return for your trouble we will send you postpaid your choice of either a Fine £ ? . Siher Plated Butter Knife or a Silver Plated Sugar Shell prorlded that when you send the names you include 10 cents in stamps for a X ? years subscription to The Farmer s Wife on our Special Bargain Day Offer of one year for 10 cents . The subscription price of this paper is now 25 cents a year , so dont f ail T I to mail the coupon before June 12 th . Any letters bearing postmark later than June 18 th will not be accepted . ? I THIS * D I BARGAIN DAY COUPON . I ZT ^ r ? According ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

Consumption ^ gg ft g BooV m \ mWjj 3 mmn ^^^^^^ JP ^ HflL / BflffSlV This valuable medt ^^ HSHPainfltimu cal D 0 ° k tells n mMwriliilMspfem P lain simple Iani ^^ H i UUwilH guage howConsumpmmwuUFvtiM & m tlon can be cured in mmmwEBSV & nBEu ? our own nome- H mm \ WaJtdSWmnM you know of any one MmtvB ^ EfnVam ^ suffering from ConMmWmmliikuat & r sumption , Catarrh , mmvfln ! ti 2 lB @ r Bronchitis , Asthma Mmksitm ^ or any throat or lung jMWBmr trouble , or are yourself ^ mjpr afflicted , this book trill help you to a cure . Even If you are In the advanced stage of the disease and feel there is no hope , this book will show you how others have cured themselves after all remedies they had tried failed , and they believed their case hopeless . Write at once to the Yonkerman Consumption Cure Co .. 1003 Water St ., Kalamazoo , Mich ., and they will gladly send you the book by return mall free and also a generous supply of the New Treatment , absolute...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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When Tony * Ran Abvay . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

When Tony * Ran Abvay . WRITTEN FOB THE FAKMER s WIFE . By George Wood . The pleasant June day was drawing to a close . Tony Smith , a boy of about ten or eleven years , lay sprawled under the trees near his father s cottage , reading Robinson Crusoe with intense ininterest . A year ago his parents left their home in New England and came • to this wild spot in the mountains of Eastern Tennessee . They had a pleasant four roomed cottage with a tiny garden back of it and a cow which it was Tony s duty to take to and from the pasture on the mountain each day . He Felt Himself Being Carried Through the Air . It was nearing milking time and he had forgotten all about her in his interest in his new book but the voice of his mother who had called him repeatedly finally served to remind him of it . Reluctantly he rose and , hiding the book in a hollow tree , nearby , started for the pasture . Old Blossom had never failed to be at the gate before , but tonight she had wearied of waiting and ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

: AJN ^^^ mA Dnnif c I ^ « f , M ^^ 3 W BUUIiO f r V & ti & iw ^ M ? 1 i ^ vnn MM uiwc TUCU HI I » lWc # Mi »/ ™ ™ ™™ ^ * \ ^ ^ ll ^^ Ji ^/ / l ^ j 7 / if y ° u w ^ secure subscrip- * ^ ^^^^ J ^& f ^^ l / tions for The Farmer s Wife -1 I t ^^^^^ m > ^^^^ ^^^ at only 15 cents a year . | Ml | ONE BOOK FREE f \ ^ M w for every years subscription you send us at * I \ 0 >\ fp ^\ a 15 cents each - 2 Books Free with a 2 year I £ \ y ^ % P subscription [ 30 cents ] or 5 Books Free with a * I \ £ ^^ five vear subscription [ 75 cents ] . * r > 1 Three Men in a Boat . 27 Loys , Lord Beresford . ? E > 2 A Study in Scarlet . 28 In Durance Vile . «|> [• 3 Wedded and Parted . 2 !) A Mad Love . * !• 4 The Man in Black . 30 A Troublesome Girl . * !• 5 Treasure Island . 31 The Sherlock Holmes Detective 4 » | t 6 The House of the Wolf . Stories . 4 > b 7 The Sign of the Four . 32 The Danvers Jewels . ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
^• J *?& l ?^ r >? sr ) 3 ^ 7 ttrin ^&< w ! 'e ^? v && d ^^ oMdlemrk [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

^• J *?&amp;amp; l ?^ r &amp;gt;? sr ) 3 ^ 7 ttrin ^&amp;amp;&amp;lt; w ! e ^? v &amp;amp;&amp;amp; d ^^ oMdlemrk Bi / c ^ r &amp;amp; cAargaref-Blair \ DARNING . Utility has so long held darning for its own that it is difficult for the guardian of the mending basket to appreciate the artistic possibilities of a well-mended hole . But agood darn has so many advantages over a poor one that , so soon as we have considered the subject together , I am sure you will agree with me that whatever is worth darning at all , is worth darning well . The well-woven darn will wear better , look better , and feel better than the illwoven one . And then too its accomplishment gives that sense of satisfaction which is the housewife s sure reward for all work dispatched with neatness and precision . My own devotion to the darn does not go so far as that of Mary E . Wilkins Darnine Stockings . Freeman s New England maiden lady , who confessed to cutting a hole in the unworn...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Mowe ( frt § '""' frr—T '"" " h , i & le ^ hf 1 " * * t « W $ i « . // , # " * " * rff / V ^ . * [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906

Mowe ( frt § frr—T h , i &amp;amp; le ^ hf 1 * * t « W $ i « . // , # * * rff / V ^ . * By Mrs . Margaret Blair . By Mr 8 . Margaret Blair . THE SLEEPING ROOM . When the wise housewife is planning a new home or the renovation of an old one , she will not blindly copy the arrangement she has observed in other houses , but instead will plan her rooms each upon a basis of its uses . Therefore she will not regard her sleeping rooms as places to decorate and adorn , but as sacred to the uses of rest . If more women had learned to exact from their bedrooms the rest and recuperation they might be made to yield , the rest cure wards of the hospitals would not today have so large a feminine population , nor would the sanitariums be futilely endeavoring to restore so many nervous wrecks . For healthful sleep is the secret of good nerves . One of the first essentials to healthful sleep is fresh air . During our sleeping hours we breathe far more deeply and naturally and potently than durin...

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