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% i $$ m [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906
% i $$ m The season of little chicks is here . Dont forget the importance of cleanliness , pure water , pure air , good food and plenty of it in variety . A Minnesota farmer has figured it out that lie makes more out of ten hens than out of one cow , with less capital invested and with less labor involved . This doesnt prove that there is more money in hens than in cows , but it does prove , doubtless , there is more money in . liens for this particular farmer . And there should be no farm on which hens are not a source of profit . A comparatively new feature of the pure-bred poultry business is the selling of newly hatched chicks . Many claim that this is more satisfactory than selling eggs for hatching . The chicks are shipped by express when twenty-four hours old . As chicks can go without food very nicely . for seventy-two hours after hatching they can be shipped long distances . It is not difficult to ship them so they will be comfortable . There is nothing like good quality to...
Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906
¦ A SOUVENIR POST CARDS . Stunners , Coinlc , IU Korkerx . no 2 alike , ami our nig magazine 1 year , 10 c . Leader Co ., Dept . D . AI ., Grand Rapids , MU . ll . M UinDMEXPELLED ALIVE . H « d . WIIKME misrantenl ! if . utinprwlnwlili-l . II UI I III llvron FMil * Co . lH 2 Staff SI . Ililengo A SOVVIililll Postals , 10 c , Yale College . Colored anil III fronted Views . American Art Co ., New Haveu , Conn .
Page 22 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906
$ 125 PROFIT ON 50 HENS Made by One Woman in a year UfflRIf UCRCPI P 1 spare minutes . Any woman , girl or nwnlV nCnSCLr boy can keep poultry and make from St tug ) on every hon . All that Is necessary is knowledge of up-to-date methods . The novice loses dozens of chances to ** . cutdown the expense and Increase tho income simply beXjfi cause he doesnt know . We can teach you lUtlHlfi Al I TUP UUIHU ALL I fit HOW TO IHahE POVLTBV PHY It Wo know how for we have made pay . our editorial stall 1 are four men who have made poultry profitable for market and fancy . These men give just the advice you need , lust when you need It—all about hutching and rearing clileks . iimklng hens hiy . brcedlug winners for tho big shows , building houses and coops , curing diseases , how large plants are operated , etc ., etc . All this Information Is thoroughly reliable , fully illtistrutecl and may bo had by sending only nty cents for one year s subscription to Poultry Herald , St . Paul , Minn V ~ -...
Miilte , [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906
Miilte , Dont take anybody s word for it that the separator need be cleaned but once a day . It is always better to clean it thoroughly after every time it is used . This custom of cleaning but once a day is the cause of many a poor batch of butter . There is such a thing as skimming milk both too thin and too thick . That is , there are extremes in the content of butter fat , beyond which wo should not go . The most satisfactory fat content for cream will probably be found in that testing between 2 ii and ? . i per cent . It will give better satisfaction both for butter and for milk . A large share of profit in the dairy business is found in the proper utilization of the by-product of skim milk . And the best way to feed this skim milk is to have it in good condition . It is a question which animals on the farm will make the most profitable use of the skim milk . The young hogs will make wonderful growth on it in conjunction with clover pasture . Fed as curd or cheese , made by boi...
PLANTING A TREE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906
PLANTING A TREE . What does he plant who plants a tree ? He plants a friend of sun and sky ; He plants a flag of breezes free ; The shaft of beauty towering high ; He plants a home to heaven anigh For song and mother-croon of bird , In hushed and happy twilight heard—The treble of heaven s harmony—These things he plants who plants a tree . What does he plant who plants a tree ? He plants cool shade and tender rain , And seed and bud of days to be , And years that fade and flush again ; He plants the glory of the plain ; He plants the forests heritage ; The harvest of the coming age ; The joy that unborn eyes shall see—These things he plants who plants a tree . What does he plant who plants a tree ? He plants ,, in sap and leaves and wood In love of home and loyalty , And far-cast thought of civil good—His blessing on the neighborhood , Who in the hollow of his hand Holds all the growth of all our land— A nation s growth from sea to sea Stirs in his heart who plants a tree . —Richard...
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906
WHY YOU SHOULD BUY A Cream Separator BECAUSE—It will save you at least $ 10 .- to $ 15 .- per cow every year of use over any gravity setting or skimming process , and last you at least twenty years . BECAUSE—It will save you at least $ 5 .- per cow every year of use over any imitating cream separator , and last you from five to ten times as long . BECAUSE—In proportion to actual capacity and durability it is not only the best , but also the cheapest of cream separators , and saves its cost the first year of use . BECAUSE—It can be bought either for cash or on such liberal terms that it actually pays for itself . BECAUSE—Being the first of separators it has always kept far in the lead , being protected by one important patent after another , and its sales are ten times those of all other machines combined . A new DE LAVAL catalogue explaining these facts and many others in detail is to be had for the asking . The De Laval Separator Go Randolph &amp; Canal Sts- „ , ^„ 109-113 ...
A filar Complexion [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906
A filar Complexion Tlw E « ter of Tilt hi * Ttlh Mi Siitorliir . Rev It Ukn Skli Tmklf . 11 M editor el this paper has heqaeatlr had letten from sebtcrthars who want , to know if there fa no care tot-dan trouble . Some say they suffer from chronic pimples and blotches , while others write that they are afflicted terribly with itching enema , psoriasis and other torturing diseases . A care has BOW been found , so simple a rare that I cannot refrain from telling yon more about it . I am therefore particularly glad to call attention to the D . D . D . Company * announcement on this page . As offend , yott can get a . sample battle of harmless external remedy free by simply signing the coupon below . The D . D . D . Co . makes this offer in order to prove positively that their remedy will instantly relieve the itch and • eon give ah absolutely pure complexion . Read Yaw Editor s Opiates This remedy known as D . D . D . Prescription is the discovery of the eminent skin specialist , Or . ...
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906
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Page 24 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 June 1906
THOUSANDS TESTIFY To the Wonderful Merit of D . D . D . Prescription The case of Stella Hartman is but one of a very , very many . What D . D . D . Prescription did for this child , it is doing for thousands and will do for you . Her * are but • few of the letters constantly received from grateful patients . Hundreds of similar letters are printed In the D . p . D . Co . s tree pamphlet . IwuonndofiklndlHuXPMrlulBllii IM matin uerttaublt . HudpnrloiulT &lt; hlny tUyi by •*» b . D . D . Remedy . offered KM to get the relief winch I found WIUIAM E . BOOOS . In one bottle 01 TD . D . D . for « . w . FWtor U . X . Church , South Uttrtm , Ask , 1 . A . QOBMAN . — lUS . Ceplul ATe ., IndIiiupoll « , Inil D . D . D . cured me of ecteme , uy . » , HO * . s t , r . ODsm , — Boekport , Ma , JtB . IS , 1 W . D . D . D . hu glien me permunit relief — when » ll other remedies l » ll « l . It Is cer D . D . D . completely cured me ot « M 1 teJnlyaQod ^ enit to hunmnity . eueofeaenu . GEO ...
TILIE'S T'RAMT . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
TILIES TRAMT . Tillie crept tremblingly into the farthest corner of the bare room and huddled down on the floor , a most forlorn little figure . When Charlie left her with a cheery farewell , and set off at a rapid pace for the minister and Mabel and Ned , Tillie had made up her mind to await their return with all the bravery in the world , and not to be frightened the least bit . As he strode rapidly away her heart sank with every step and her fears arose . The darkness and silence of the deserted house oppressed her . Strange creaks came to her ears ; [ weird shapes flitted in the dark . Her heart beat fast and her eyes stared wildly at the blackness . Her thoughts were full of the stormy scene of yesterday between her father and Charlie ; how she had wept and implored and besought in vain to turn her parent from liis obdurate way of thinking ; of her meeting with Charlie that evening , and of the hastil y planned and executed elopement . Surel y her father would not think of look...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
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THE MVS TE'RIO US McCOKKLES [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
The Mysterious McCorkles By F. Roney Weir. Two girls—the Misses McCorkle and their aunt take a berry farm , and attempt to run it with local help . Steve Stone , the , general overseer , tries to dominate over the girls , and is thwarted at every turn by Miss ilene McCorkle , the younger of the two girl s . He insists upon seeing the aunt , who appears to be an invalid , never coming out of the room . Kene comes out best in a horse deal with Old Man Roberts , thanks to Mrs . Handy and her son Willie , who are berry pickers . Mrs . Handy is engaged to Old Man Kobcrts , whom she intends to marry for a home for Jicr son , although , she is in love with John Gray , an eligible farmer in the neighborhood . A short time after the story opens a man presents himself for work on the farm , and after being engaged by liene , recognizes Sophie , who is t so much alarmed , that the man is discharged with a bribe of twenty dollars to keep still . This , with the unexplained retirement of the aun...
HATTY HILL FAItM . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
HATTY HILL FAItM . ¦ BY MRS . C . C . WOUTB-RS . CHAPTER VII . FUN AND FRUIT . June passed quietl y by . John was the town assessor , and took this month for that work . Mary went witli him one day , and had a most delightful ride . She made several new acquaintances , and had little chats with some old friends . They were both so pleased with the day that they decided to go fishing after potato planting . This they did , after persuading their neighbors , the Grants , to go , too . The boys fished and the girls rowed , and then the girls fished while the boys rowed . They made coffee , with two stones for a stove , and the fire between them . Then Mary fried some of the fish which the boys had cleaned . They sat on the soft green grass to eat , and enjoyed to the Full that beautiful June day . Do you folks realize , asked Will Grant , as he tossed the backbone of a pickerel to Ponto , his big Newfoundland dog , that in less than two weeks the Fourth of our Fathers will be here ? So...