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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906
How a Woman Paid Her Debts . I am out of debt , thanks to the Dish washer business . In the past three months I have mode 8500 . 00 Belling Dish-washers . I never saw anything sell so easily . Every family needs a Dish-washer and will buy one when shown how beautifully it will wash and dry the family dishes In two minutes , 1 sell from my own house . Each Dish- washer sold brings me many orders . The dishes are washed without wetting the hands . That Is why ladies want the Dish-washer . I give my experience for the benefit of any one who may wish to make money easy . I buy my Dish-washers from the Mound City Dish-washer Co ., 3686 B . F . LaClede Ave ., St . Louis , Mo . Write them for particulars . They will start you In business lu your own home . L . A . 0 .
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906
HFor this latest style collar and cuff set in eylet embroidery and we will Bend FREE one strawberry center-plece , one 0 In , dolly , one bookmark , one needle-book , one anchor for shirt waist or boys sailor suit , in all 324 square Inches of Art Linen for only 10 c . THE NEEDLEWOMAN , U Hamilton Place , Boston , Mass . Learn Dressmaking AT HOME BV MAIL . You can easily learn to design , cut and fit the plainest dress or the most elaborate gown by taking our correspondence course in Dressmaking . Learn ho w to make your own dresses , EARN BIG WAGES , $ 20 to 140 per week , or conduct an establishment of your own and make BIG MONEY . Our course is thoroughly practical , complete and scientific . Send for Catalogue . Century Correspondence School * 201 Manhattan Building , PES MOINES , IA . Southern &gt; Minnesota Normal College DID YOU FAIL IN TEACHERS EXAMINATION ! II BO , write at once for catalogue of the Southern Minnesota Normal College . The Teacher s course fits for F...
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906
I ^^ BfHBB ^ HM ^ ^ I Arabian Perfumes , we offer 800 extra lame genuine Silk rem- 4 M £ AF U 0 R THIS ECONOMY / IJO BOILER AID FEED COOKER ^ ¦¦ ^ ¦ 1 MaMaM The Economy Feed Cooker is the best built cooker on ¦ ___ . IHH . HI fanf-iruvfhemsrJEettoday . It is constructed so as to get the very ¦ ~ S - _ ^ T pKfclUH I P 08 tresul t 8 r ° m the smallest amount or fuelnossible . The Mi l * i-. : n Hi — . _ • — . Kettle is well and strongly made of the smootEest oast iroa , ¦ _ : £ . V Mm Rtt | u and has a handle on each side so that it can be removed Hi I f-i - — - ~~~— ¦ — -- ¦ , T | 7 ^~ . ~* K » ... I—I—«—« hr will last a lifetime . The casing , ¦ Ar ^ i Hr » it HI | m in i III 11 n i 11111111111 III 11 i i 111111111111111111111111111 M I * g &gt; Ti i ii • • • —__ fT supported at the bottom by a heavy wrought iron band . Hi V ^ 5 BI ___________ B — J TJ ™ cooker has the largest fire door of any made , and is ¦ ft ^^^ mmmm mm mmm ^ Z ^ r the strongest , most serviceable feed c...
? MdleW ) rk Biic ^ r & Aarqaret-Blair i [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906
? MdleW ) rk \ Biic ^ r &amp; Aarqaret-Blair i THE SELECTION OF LINEN . Fortunate is the housekeeper whose linen closet is stocked with fine , pure , grass-bleached linen . But , unless she , has preserved some to which she has fallen heir—linen made at least two generations ago—the housewife of today is likely to have little or none that will . fully answer this description . Grass-bleaching has given place to chemical bleaching ; and , instead of the old-fashioned mode of spreading the unbleached webs on the grass and permitting the alternate dews and sunshine of the variable Irish climate to whiten them by a process at once natural and harmless , manufacturers have resorted to the cheaper and quicker process of chemicals . This modern system weakens the fibre of the linen and ruins its • wearing qualities , at the same time robbing it of the beautiful lustre which is natural to flax when properly treated . Flax Fibre . Trademarks of Manufacturers of special Damask Cloths ...
Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906
Write for Free Catalogue / -SEND NO HONEY ^ | S ^^ E 35 olfiO HOT 0 R 0 EB [ S ^^^ ^ 39 o | Jha * HE . 11 . antllyoo receive oar free eatalome »^_—» w ^— ^__ w . A . OBfl • «¦• for trial orders , order blank , and ( all ^ IMUUM ¦ aflflaa ODll SHOES partlcnLre , we do btulnen differ * ¦ • . •^ v , , ^ mv—* BBB WW » »»«™ entlyfroraanyotbernrinweknowof , ^ dju ^ u \ AW Am MMMmm GoodQnallty , and we waneto explain our plan to . anmaflr Tmal (¦ BBS . durable , neat youln full We eelfonfy to member ., Hill HIR laT * , l ™ l TM JpBVpjBk appearance , end want you to become one . Any * » vW MfUWH !&gt; A IL . HI I ^ HngBBk All . lie . bod y may become • mem ber . l ™ J « , t ,. l fc , BT HRgkiMta Simply say on a postal card , H « i » 5 jip | CMCKB 5 W tBMRfiS &amp; W Ourblg , end £ oe ( ree eatalog ^ or mi out $ 1 7 R I CaCletV ¦¦ BHHBBwBBtt ^** and mall the coupon below , litbese I . ¦ &lt;? ZfT ^ MkW ^ vSSSmmmmm , prlct * . Interect you , our other price . I PI P XS...
Phmmffl & eM s ^ c / ^ t ^ TO . v [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906
Phmmffl &amp; eM s ^ c / ^ t ^ TO . v A pleasant way to spend a winter s evening is to plan the flower garden for the coming summer . Sit down some day soon and write a postal card to several different seed companies for their flower catalogues , I have ; found them accommodatingandthe catalogues more interesting than my usual magazines . I hope those of us who keep fire thru the night have a few winter plants , if nothing more than the old standby , the Geranium . There is such a lot of pleasure in watching for each , new leaf and bud to open , it encourages oneto wait more patiently for the warm days and gardening time . But few of us realize the great possibilities contained in . a small ten cent ( package of Pansy seed . For early flowering tfoey should be sown in a box in the first spring months and then transplanted , when the weather is suitable and the danger of frost is past . Sow them where you can see their bright little faces from your window . Keep the blossoms ...
THE MOTHERLOOK . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906
THE MOTHERLOOK . You take the finest woman , with th roses in her cheeks , An all th birds a-singin in her voice each time she speaks ; Her hair all black an gleamin or a glowin mass o gold—An still th tale o beauty isn t more thn halfway told . There ain t a word that tells it ; all description it defies—The motherlook that lingers in a happy woman s eyes . A woman s eyes will sparkle in her innocence and fun , Or snap a warrrin message to th ones she wants to shun . In pleasure or in soger there is always han - , someness , But still there is a beauty that was surely made to bless—A beauty that grows sweeter , an that all but glorifies—Th motherlook that sometimes comes into a woman s eyes . It aint a smile exactly- &lt; -yet it s brimmin full o joy , An meltin into sunshine when she bends above her boy Or girl when it s a-sleepin , with its dreams told in its face ; She smoothes its hair , an pets it as she lif s it to its place / It leads all th expressions , whether gra...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906
A OHLY CQC « n . T For this U BTI . • .. \ £ £ Stylish WW- : Jjif MEW SHIRTWAIST ^^^^ 8 lRJf § l ; M fall * and if not highly pleased return it and we will refund the purchase price . Sizes S 8 to 44 . tallD PATAI AC quotes the lowest prices on Dry UUn VMlAUUU Goods and General Merchandise . Hailed FREE upon receipt ot your name and address . &lt; £ ffiimmaift § hn &amp; TUB S 0 EIUWE 8 T 8 8 BR 4 TB 8 T 8 TOM » . O . B » xM 9 ST . PAUL , MINN . . THIS RING FREE ! a Set with opals , given for selling 10 Packages Satchetlne , our New Violet perfume , at 10 cents each . Dont wait , Send your name . We mail C . SATCH SPECIALTY CO ., 823 Chapel St .. New Haven , Com , j f RED RIVER VALLEY 1 I EARLY CHIOS I I grown in the cold Northwest are tuunr-1 passed for vigor and early maturity . Olds ¦ P bt e i se d lec t , B , eed ls the best that can be ¦ J - Send - Il ose i I ! or 89-Page Catalog Potatoes , 9 Ga 3 R i * f 7 8 wd 0 llU * Be ^* B ¦ —MIIIIWI MIIIMS IIISI III imS ¦ ...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906
I Cure Women OF FEMALE DISEASES AND PILES I Will Cure You So Thai You Should fc ^ fc Stay Cured —Women No Longer mSSkMf Need Submit to Embarrassing Ex- lT / T # aminations and Big Doctor Bills . Jta | _ t To Show Good Xulth Fj- ^ v ^ L ^ L \\ m \ and to Prove to l ou ^¦ a ^ jUI ^ JHaS ^ IH That I Can Core You I Will &lt; fl ^^^^ H Bend Free a Package of My ^¦^¦^¦^¦^ V . Remedy to Ever * Sufferer . ^ J ^ J ^ J ^ H I hold the secret of a discovery whtcb ^ taNaNalain has seldom failed tocurewomenof piles aiBlBlB ^ Ll orfema ! eweaknoss . Fallrogofthewomb , f ^^ Bi ^^ painful menstrual periods , leucorrhea , _^^ granulation , ulceration , etc ., are very readily cured by sir treatment I now offer this priceless secret to the women of America , believing that It will effect a cure in almost any cose , no matter how long you have suffered or liow many doctors have failed . I do not ask any sufferer to take my unsupported word fortblssowlllsendyousomeofthemedlclucree . Ityou wlllse...
w ^ m ions ^ [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906
w ^ m ions ^ THE BEST OF THE SEASONS MOOES FOR THE HOME DRESSMAKER . In this day of bustle and rush , many women procure their apparei before the season is begun and in many instances wish for something newerand more desirable before the time is half over . So it is practical for the woman of limited means to find out first what are the best and most enduring modes and then which of these is best for her own needs . In skirts , the tendency is toward the plainer models . Few skirts belonging to the finest type of tailored suits show any decoration other than a bias fold or two . For this , the home , dressmaker may be devoutly grateful because it means much less material and considerably less labor . The circular skirt has supplanted the gored and pleated models to a great extent , and it requires but one half of . the material needed for the skirt of a year ago . Gored skirts continue to be worn and probably always will be , for , like the shirt waist , they have been found too val...
Page 19 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906
• SPECIAL OFFER . A S 3 . 78 Gents . Hair Watch Chain for $ 1 . 75 . Send Combing , or Cut Hair and we will make you a S 3 . 76 Gold Mounted Hair Chain An this ls the actual cost or gold mountinirs . we would request you to send money with order . St . Paul Hair Co ., 158 But mm street st Paul , Minn . IMCCiMC QIIC wind &gt; t up and M . ^ m \ MvwMu DUO , place in a box , or / HP * J /^ -3 * envelope and when opened , outnies &gt; 3 ga | al @ W a terrible looking bug in your face , and wgslBgiP with great flipping of wings goes bob- TgaHftHST Ing around on the celling . Can be \ gpwyg wound over and over , lots of fun can be bad scaring your friends with it . Can be mailed in an ordinary letter . Sample mailed 10 c . Western Specialty Co ., Dept 10 , St . Paul , Minn . ! THIS « E MI » E E &gt; IM &gt;&gt; tilled . Simulation iavuu ( iiv i-mivu on- BHMUjIIB ^ BMMffl ar . The handsome trimmings on Hll ^ HraU bowl and stem are foil nickel finish ...
^ piing ^^^ J ) [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906
^ piing ^^^ J ) BY EDITH ^ RAYMOND . DISH WASHING AND STORY READ ING . Bennie just loved to have mamma read to him . They were just in the midst of Little Men at Plumfieid . Bennie had gotten up a whole hour earlier than usual and hurried with his chores so mamma could read to him before he went to school . It was a rule , every one must learn to work , at Liberty Hall . So s to know how fore we get big and haven t time . said practial Ben . « Now ^ while Bennie loved to hear mamm % raa 4 &gt; -Sid liked some kinds of work , he did not love to wash dishes . He was only nine years old , But he had learned when he was seven . His cousin Ruth had taught him how to do it just right , when he was visiting there . Shes awfully tickular , he explained to mamma . But she says its better to learn just right at first , and you had so many to teach , and was not well , she was afraid you wouldn t get around to teaching me fore Id learned wrong ! Mamma of course was glad and told him wh...
Ih Smtte 3 li 035 ¦ ^( jiiTs [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 January 1906
Ih \ Smtte 3 li 035 ¦ ^( jiiTs Make happiness a habit . ¦ Keep within your means . Hard places successfully filled make heroines . It is not pleasant to hear disagreeable speeches , do not make them . Loyalty to friends does not include criticism of others . Blessed be failure , if it corrects mistakes and strengthens endeavor . It is a graceful thing to apologize for a mistake or wrong doing . The whole world will run more smoothly , if our work is well done . Girls grow old and nervous , crotchety and disagreeable if they continually fuss . Stop it . Practice makes perfect is as good a rule for cheerfulness and happiness , as for sewing and cooking . Make a heaven of your home , and your family and friends will believe in a Heavenly Home . Do first the thing that must be done . If the lessons are difficult master them ; if you have done wrong , confess it ; you will enjoy the rest of the day better . It is not so much what we do , as how well we do it , that counts . • The habitua...