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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
a Mm fim- m ¦¦^ afe If J 11 are suffering JK ^^ ¦ Wr ^ m ** from female trouble , ¦ III V ^ afc displacement or the ^ a _ aV &gt; Ma ^ aV I a ^ aalaj womb , bearing down , * » W m ^ HB ^ BF profuse periods , painful menstruatlon . or irregularities—please write me . I was cured after having tried everything . It is a Hod send to women . Will be only too glad to tell you what cured me , if you win only send me your address . Will send reply in plain envelope—or if you wish , 1 will send you this blessed remedy for 11 . 00 . So positive am I that It will cure you that 1 will gladly refuna the money if it falls . Dont wait a minute . Write at once , if you want immediate relief . I dont want any pay for what I am going to tell you . I have betn paid already In health and happiness , and I consider it my duty to help Buffering humanity where I can , It costs money to tell you all this In The Farmer s Wife and I cannot afford to keep it up very long , so if you cannot write now c...
iQurffiometoliih . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
iQurffiometoliih . Ikk By orfrsX . f . dlephens Z \\ We have had a most cordial response to our suggestion of a contest on recipes for using up scraps in a palatable way . So many delicious sounding recipes have come in , that as we read them all over we felt as though we had enjoyed a full meal , from soup to dessert . We regret that we cannot give prizes to each one , but try again , dear Home Club readers . Perhaps you will be more successful next time . In a later issue of our paper , we hope to insert some of the excellent recipes sent in for this contest , which have been omitted for lack of space . Below we give some of the toothsome recipes , sent in which we hope will be tried by those to whom these combinations are new . First Prize . How I Use My Scraps . —I never have enough scraps to satisfy the demands of my family , the Gude Mon asks for Bread Pudding . —I take bits of bread , cake , and even corn-bread , add a little boiling water , cover and steam soft ; add milk to...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
AWIFESJESSAGE Cured Her Husband of Drinking . Write Her Today and She Will Gladly Tell You How She Did It . ( My husband waa a hard drinker for over 20 years and bad tried in every way to stop but could not do so . I at last -rt * ^ cured him by a simple OIMOLKL borne remedy which any Me-ffiviekw one can give secretly . I mn ? sS want everyone who has M L ... A Tea drunkenness In their Vjfil ^ Sk ^ P homes to know of this and W f . ? ¦ R if they are sincere In their y ( wr ^ ™ desire to cure this disease ? - \ vS * FJ and will write to me . Iwill •^ y V A 2 f t 611 tnem Just wnat tne / 7 myk-m 4 &amp;^ remedy is . My address is jMu ^^ Bl ^ fr Mrs . Margaret Anderson , ^ iPKEaKlL Box 940 , Hillburn , N . Y . ¦ ^ MWS &amp; SmjKln I am sincere in this offer . ( V 28 gjjg | BMI ¦ I have sent this valuable jJj 3 f | R » 7 information to thousands and will gladly send it to you If you will but write me today . As I have nothing whatever to sell , I want no money . Globe Bu...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
The Farmer s Wife PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY THE WEBB PUBLISHING COMPANY , 47-51 E . 4 th Steet , ST . PAUL , MINN . EDITORIAL STAFF , ELLA B . WEBB , M . D ., HAHAOINO EDITOR . MRS . I . } . STEPHENS , GnnOBIAL PAOffi , MOTHKH 8 COUKOtt HO « B CWB , COBKESVOKDENCB . JfRS . MARGARET J . BLAIR , HOPBL SKwmo , QARHKSI piiAmno . AKD HOW AM . C . 8 . HARBISON , AMOSO THE FLOWKHS . DR . ELLA S . WEBB , HEALTH TALKS . EDITH RAYMOND , OUB Yomo Fours , ROOTBTABLS . KAPPA KAPPA , PUZZLE DEPAETMENT . CHICMOO OKflCBl GEORGE W . HERBERT , 17 S 6 FIRST NAT . Bum BLDQ . NKW Yo &amp; ic QWIGB WALLACE 0 . WOHAUDSON , K 5 TEBFM COURT . TERMS TO SUBSCRIBERS : ~~ Single Subscriptions 23 Cents a Year in Advance ; 35 Cents per Year In St . Paul and Canada . Advertising Rates ! 86 oenta per agate line , bated on a Guaranteed Circulation exceeding 60 , 000 Copies Each Issue . _ Every Subscription ia stopped at the eipiratlon . Buascrloers ore not required to notlfy the publishers to stop . If the subscr...
ANNOUNCEMENT . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
ANNOUNCEMENT . Every farmer s wife should consider thlsher paper , and regard herself as a member ot Our Home Club and Mother s Council . sending for publication there in her best thoughts , best methods of work , and her practical experience along every line concerning which questions are asked , as well as her perplexities—becoming in feeling and in fact a member of THE FARMER S WIFE S great Home Club , every one of whomlsactuated by the spirit of mutual helpfulnecs . EKTBUD AT IEI POST -OWCE AT ST . PADTJAS SECOND-CUSS MATTES .
THE NATION'S ANNIVERSARY . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
THE NATIONS ANNIVERSARY . As the natal day of our land approaches how full are our nearts of gratitude and reverence for the memory of those who stood so strong and steadfast for the right of representation , for the privileges of citizenship , on that early day from which we are so far removed in the sunlight of peace , progress and prosperity of the 20 th century that we cannot know what such a stand meant to them , nor how uncertain and dark the future . And dark days indeed followed the grand Declaration of Independence until finally , after many vicissitudes , came the surrender of Yorktown , The victory , that then alighted upon our banner , never thereafter departed . Under neath its proudly waving folds have marched our conouering hosts until this annual day of the nations rejoicing . And though on this anniversary adown the centuries , as on that day of the nation s birth , bells are pealed and guns fired in token of rejoicing , yet , too , we feel that this day should be k...
A COMPARISON [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
A COMPARISON The terrible experience of the young king of Spain and his fair English bride on their wedding day , when a number of their subjects fell mortally wounded by a bomb intended to bring death to them , from which they narrowly escaped with horses and royal carriage spattered with blood , strikingly reveals the dangers that doth hedge about a king . The comparison is great between that blood-darkened nuptial day of European royalty , and the happy wedding so recently beautifully celebrated in the family of the chief executive of our own fair land , where the only royalty is that which is self acquired , true manhood and pure womanhood . It was not at the boy king , who is generally loved by his subjects , nor at the young queen who came from her quiet English home to a thus blood-be-spattered throne , that the bomb-throw-er s missile was aimed , but at the despotism their inherited station represents , under which for centuries so many countless souls have dragged out hopel...
Club Women in Contention [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
Club Women in Contention An Epitome of the WorKofThe Biennial Meeting of the / National Federation . The eighth biennial convention of the General Federation of Womens Clubs , which convened in St . Paul the first week in June , was a thoroughly representative body of women , whose proceedings proved that club work has progressed beyond a fad , to earnest , organized effort for the goo &lt;! of the home , the school , the municipality , the nation—for the elevation of humanity generall y . Forty-six state federations now held membership in the general federation ; 846 individual clubs hold direct membership , one national society , two district federations and six city federations . The delegates to this convention , therefore , represented fu . l y a half million club members and ine . uded many of the brightest and brainic ; t women of the country . Every session was filled to the minute with reports of able chairmen of committees , addresses of enthusiastic members along ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
JULY RENEWALS . —Remember , the subscription price of this paper is now twenty-five cents a year . For every new subscriber you secure we will give you one year s credit on your own subscription . Secure five new subscribers and it will pay your subscription for five years In advance . ; ONE AGENT WANTED in every community to whom we will pay liberal commissions in cash if you will canvass the entire community for new subscribers to this paper . We have a Special Summer Proposition which will only be offered to one party in each town . You could easily make $ 10 . 00 to $ 25 . 00 in a very short time , Write us now for full particulars of our Special Summer Cash Proposition . THE PRIZE CONTESTS . This was a new feature with us in our June issue and many excellent replies were received . Let every reader look over the articles sent in by the prize winners in the Household and Young Folks departments and then go and do likewise . We would like to have 200 replies to our July prize con...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
TAKE NOTICE . When tills paragraph Is marked with blue pencil It Is to notify the subscriber that the time will be out with the next number and that we wiU stop It it not renewed . When ( his is marked with red pencil It means your time is out and if you want it continued you most send IB cents In stomps or postal note at once . Change , of Address-Woes a subscriber removes and changes her address , notify us at once , tat in doing ; so do not fail to give your old addreesalso when giving us the new . If you fail to notify us of your changed address you may miss copies of the paper which we will not be able to supply as we cannot guarantee to furnish back numbers of the paper .
HEART AND HOME TALKS [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
HEART AND HOME TALKS As , June is the month of brides , in the month following there is much nest-building and furnishing and planning for future happiness in the new home . It is the spirit that pervades the home which makes the home , not its furnishings . If the spirit of true , unselfish love abides , within it the happy future of the home is assured , for no matter what trials of adversity or affliction may come , love will bear and forbear and always prevail . The young , untried souls who have engaged in the work of making a home together have much to learn—of themselves and of each other , and of the responsibilities wedded life will bring to both . There is nothing more true than that experience is a dear teacher , in this as in everything else , and sometimes it is the only means of instruction that avails . Yet much of heartache , even heartbreak , might be saved would our young • iends heed a few words of warning from lose who have gone further on in the pathway of life ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
$ 4 ¦¦ inn On Our Free 30 EiSTl ^ * Bifcpc ^ * IY— Day Trial Offer , BR V 5 H ™! H _¦ 10 you can obtain this New Model 1906 ( High Grade YOUBllV V /\\ MKTMI ^ _¦ Co-operation Special Leather Quarter J \/\ vfflM / l _______ Hi H SAfiYI Top Buggy , complete with shafts , I i n ,. „ ..-. * NfilfflHUI ¦ ¦ 9 37 _ . shipped % ? SSSPFrom Minneapolis &lt; W ^ # iiHPs ^ r- &gt; at a saving of » 17 to * 3 T , which represents the / fTWBnif ^^ MT VvXl rN ^ 1 differenceTbetween ourpopularOo-operatlon Jr \ I _ Hl ^^ j ___^_^ B _^_ WX / s \ prices and the prices chargedyou by yourdeal- /\ \ \ f--W £ ^ m \\\\\\\\\\\\\\ / \ er or agent for a buggy of equal or inferior quality , Dont pay J 55 to f 75 ( or 1 L \\/ JBS __^__^__^__^___ CIV / - ^ * 1 what § 38 will buy . Our New Model 1906 Co-operation BpeolaPTopBuggyatour f ^ OJft &amp; t ^ -lJfMM ~ p ~~ gBIW ^^ Ilx ^ ^ 1 Srlce of S 38 Is the most wonderful value ever offered the people of the Northwest . I jirafl !! iLjJJL __ L...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
fs &gt; AVV Here you are boys . A me rUAT dolllon pin of Foxy Grand I , beautifully enamelled In colors . Everyone will notice it on your lapel and try to get a closer took at It . ¦ * BAUnDA &gt; C AH you have to UHANUrAa do press the bulb —Foxy Grandpa , will finish the Job by squirting a fine stream of water all over the Inquisitive one . Will squirt 20 feet . I ATFCT Greatest joke out . Order Ut It * I one to-day and fool all ¦» your friends . Sent postpaid lor I 5 e or Foxy Grandpa and Happy Hooligan both for ase . Amer , Supply Co . f 537 Minnenaha St , St . Paul , Minn . m \ m \ m a I HARVESTER cuts and throws In pile I 11 II _ l on harvester or windrows . Man and I . I I Kill horse cuts equal to a corn binder . UUIII 1 Prlcetu . Circulars free showig HarW w ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ vester at work , • NEW PROCESS MFQ . CO ., Lincoln , Kansas . Cfift MONEY M * Kiifo SecKErs . Reveals fortunes that dUU you never thought of . Sent postpaid with oar valualbo book of priceless reci...
Women in 'Rural Communities . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
Women in Rural Communities . IV . THEIR AMBITION AND SELFRELIANCE . The wife and mother who lives but a few blocks from the doctor , has no incentives to remember the remedies that mother used so successfully . If a member of the household wakens in the night in pain , her first thought is of the doctor . Yes and her second and third . In fact she thinks of little else till the doctor gets there . « A physician told me of being in to see a 9 year old boy who was on the couch writhing with pain in the head and ears . He had a high fever . Some one had filled an old pipe with tobacco and blown smoke into his ears and face until the little fellow was vomiting when the doctor came in . This was taken by the mother as a sign that the child was getting worse fast . The room was cool . The doctor s first remark was cover him up . His next was feet warm , are they ? I never thought of his feet , said . the mother , and began to untie his shpes . She found his stockings wet , and feet like i...
Washing by Gravity [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 July 1906
Washing by Gravity Pay Me Out Of What It Saves You You ve never seen a Washer like this I Because it has only been invented a short time ago . It Is as far ahead of ordinary washers as a , horse would be ahead of a cow In a race . And It leaves the Washboard so far behind that it s lost from sight in the distance .. We ve sold thousands and thousands of Washers . after putting each one of them out on a months trial test . Think of that for a test of goodness . We call the machine shown in the picture our 1900 Gravity Washer . Yoji know , Gravity is what makes a stone roll down hill . ., , „ And our new Washer is called the Gravity because it almost works itself by practically the same principle as the stone rolling down hUU . . . You throw the clothes into a tub of soapy water , start off the machine , and the Gravity does nearly all the rest . I dont mean that it washes all the dirty clothes without a little help from you—mind that ! You must throw the clothes Into the tub by hand ...