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Page 14 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1906
YOUR FORTUNE TOLD CDCC Send 3 c ilamp and birth date and I will send yon rnCt . fl n nun picture of year life from birth tn destb . MADAM T 06 A , Pept . 18 Falrpeld , Conn . BED BtGEXPELLER WaFncnfflfc—l ^ £ k rt tteat awar t &gt; mta &gt; 0 BSD- ¦ M £ WJM ) Sral Bves . iLiis , im HCB , ¦ ^¦ te ^ T iSS ! C 0 € KE 0 lCHts , and allWdsof m / m / M &amp; fjL ^ Insects . Nomatterliowmany wmmmW V ^ SfflaV other kinds you have tried ) Wm ivtoiPit . s and ( ailed . Try This . We famm , h vCTx ^ H . lL euarantee it to rid a bonse tfHiB &lt; VO »^ -n 9 n foctnally and permanently ot jamam , w &amp;^^ Xm i ° ^ cts or money refunded , • aJHBl &gt; \ T :: Q £ ^ B 1 It does not leave any STAIN , ¦¦¦ Ck S ^^ ill DUST DIRT or BUElL . AD * ^ mVf / ffiKmiMkm ^ lM predated by every -r good mU ^ rt ^* sfBH housekeeper . Price . 15 Ceata ¦ » A ^ r 3 BI by mail , prepaid . ( Wholesale mWSr ^ SVlr ^ yi P rtce to agents and thedras ¦ ~* ~ trade , prepaid , ...
Mrftftr > [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1906
Mrftftr &gt; In the best of the pasture season , when the cows have sufficient range , little grain feed is necessary .. The grain feed will no doubt keep the cows in a little better vitality , but the increased milk yield will not pay for the grain feed as a rule . However , as soon as pastures begin to fail , the cows should have either a plentiful supply of some soiling crop such as fresh , sweet or field corn or else grain feeding should commence . Keep the fresh cows up to their milk yield . This season of the year is the time milk yields are lost never to be regained until the next freshening . A little extra feed and attention will be well repaid . Milk and butter take up odors more , readily than other food products . Dont keep the milk any place near bad odors , Regular feed , regular times of milking , and regular kind treatment are the chief factors in bringing in regular profits from the milk cows . Wash all vessels containing milk as soon as possible after they ...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1906
fSave all your Cream ( 1 * U . S . Separator Is biggest money maker because it eets more cream than anyother . Holds fv \\ ^ _ Worlds Record for clean skimming , and can be easily regulated to skim thick or thin \\ Uri ^^ T cream as you desire . Cream represents cash—you waste cream every day if you are not Aatzfe ^ dflB U - « &lt;; CREAM • Mm .. *&gt;• SEPARATOR IllEk - * Has only 2 simple parts inside bowl—easily and quickly washed . Low supply tank — BL—JH mmX ^ a ^ easy to pour milk into —see picture . All working parts inclosed , keeping out dirt and B j ^ U MTT \ protecting the operator . All parts accurately made , automatically oiled and light running . ^ ^ ¦¦ T JBaWk Many other exclusive advantages , all fully described and finel y illustrated in our big , ^^^« * M handsome , new catalogue . Write for copy today-do it now while you think of it . Be *^\ ^ J sure to ask for catalogue number 4 &amp; , and address ^ - ¦ j / Vermont Farm Machine ^ Co ., B...
Page 15 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1906
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 August 1906
I CAN CUBE ANY KNOWN DISEASE f . • jp ^ : • 1 Without The Use of Medicine . ¦ IHBk ^ P 1 T ^ HK- * want to say to T every man &gt; woman and child within my reach that I can cure ^ iflraV lYaP ^ HIi - &amp; n ^ disease t la t afflicts the human race . -tsi ^ a ^ a ^ Hadkti . Ma ^ a ^ aHaHtk . ^ ^ ma ^ e ^ statement just as broad , sweeping and all-inclusive as I know how . &gt; u ^^^ P ^ P ^ PJHpMP ^ P ^ P ^ P ^ HHlJl ^ I want to impress upon everybody that just that is what I mean , and I mean ^\ iJr *^ i ^^ EK &gt; H &amp; F ^ a ^ a ^ a ^ a ^ la ^ MkL . „ „ every word of it . JHF ^[^ rl ^ rl ^ rlHa ^ BBl ^ Br ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^¦^^^^ H r ^^ H ^ KJ ^^ s \ i jtfW . Va ^ aKBnlfe ^ i ^ i ^ i ^ iBgfe ; Every word of it is true . I know it to be true , because in the past quarter of a /^^¦ raC ^ . P ^ aPJH ^^ aP ^ aP ^ aP ^ aP ^ aP ^ aP ^ century I have proved it to my own satisfaction and the joyful satisfaction of thout ^\^^ m ^ Ui ^ m ^ m Wm ^ m ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906
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THEMVSTEKIOUS McCOCKLES . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906
The Mysterious McCorkles By F. Roney Weir Synopsis : —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 Rene McCorkle , the younger of the two girls . He insists upon seeing the aunt , who appears to be an invalid , never coming out of the room . Eene 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 Roberts , whom she intends to marry for a home for her 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 Rene , recognizes Sophie , who is so much alarmed , that the man is discharged with a bribe of twenty dollars to keep still . This , with the unexplained retirement of the ...
HATTY HILL FA'RM . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906
HATTY HILL FARM . ¦ BY MUS . C . C . WOUTETIS . CHAPTER IX . Only 45 ! My , itll freeze tonight , sure , exclaimed Mary , as she ran shivering from . the thermometer into the house . When I get tins milk strained and put away , wed better gather up some quilts and go out and cover up the tomatoes and vine peaches , Alice . All right , answered her sister . Ill get , the quilts now . The rows of garden fruit w r ere soon snugly covered up in their beds , and some grain sacks were put over the asters and nasturtiums and balsams . The lantern flashed in white streaks across the garden as it swung to and fro in Mary s hand . The corn rustled slyl y , and the cat ran swiftly across the bean rows , chasing an awakened frog . How &gt; lonel y it seem ?! said Mary , catching her sister s arm , and hurrying toward the house . As they passed the granary , Alice hung the lantern on a high nail on the side of the building . That will be a beacon light for John as he comes home , she sai...
CVRE FOR LIQUOR AND TOBACCO . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906
CVRE FOR LIQUOR AND TOBACCO . The Kansas Anti-Liquor Society is mailing free a recipe for the cure of the liquor habit . It can be given secretly in food . A Iso one for the tobacco habit that can be given secretly . The only request they make is that you do not sell reefpes , but give copies to friends . Add . with stamp . Kansas Anti-Liquor Soc y , 32 Gray Bldg ., Kansas City , Mo .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906
t pnyy BoysandGitIs Aplnof Foxy • » A I Grandpa or Happy Holligan I „ , ¦ -with beautiful silver ft nnisn . Everyone win noilce It on your f lapel and try to get a closer look at It . I ftQAUnBAiC All . you have to ^ UnANUrAd do press the bulb ¦ fjj —Foxy Grandpa CZ will finish the job by squirting a line K stream of water all over the Inquisitive k one . WD ! squirt 20 feet . | a XCCT i &gt; Greatest joke out . Order LMIUI i . one to day and fool all _______ P your friends . Sent postpaid lor 15 e or Foxy Grandpa and Happy Hooligan both for 2 Bt . Amer . Supply Co ., 537 Minnehaha St , St . Paul , Minn . POST CARDS FREE ! iToS ^ WY Views Free . 12 N . Y . City Views 10 c , 8 fine Comic . 10 c . MATTESON , S 09 « th St ., Brooklyn , N . Y . P / 1 T rlieimatlsm , nervous prostration , indlges lvt # ff tlon , malaria , liver or kidney trouble . If so Wiite F . Stella Co ., 7 S » -89 thSt ., Milwaukee . Wis . CHRISTY PATTERN BREAD KNIFE SET , Bread , enke and kltcnen knife , al...
THE LASS AT OGILVIE'S . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906
THE LASS AT OGILVIES . By MARy CASTLE A . LLIS . CHAPTER I . THE PEDDLER . One day lato in November , 1776 , the weather beaten sign of White Horse Inn , . on the road between Trenton and Philadelphia , creaked dismally in the wintry blast . The faded figure of the trusty steed giving its name to the hostelry , could scarcely be discerned through the swirling snowflakes which seemed driving from all quarters at once . Faster and thicker they flew before the gale , until the landscape appeared one great white blur , with no distinguishing mark to guide the wayfarer to this haven of warmth and comfort . At the square front window of the Inn s parlor , her forehead pressed against the sash , shivering at the dreary prospect as she gazed , stood Sally Campbell , niece of the proprietor . Sarali was her name she would demurely tell you ; but all in vain , for Sally it had ever been , and Sally it remained through everything . A tall , slender girl of twenty , witli dark hair , rich in li...
TABLE TALK . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906
TABLE TALK . CONTEST . We thank , our subscribers tor their prompt and hearty response to our contest on sour pickles and jellies . The recipes will certainly be of great value to those of us who are less versed In the fine art of cooking . We are obviously unable to acknowledge all the deserving recipes with a prize , hut make this proposition which we hope will meet with your favor . We will give to every subscriber whose recipes we print ( outside of the prize list ) one pattern , either from , the fashion page or from the fancy work department , If she will send for it referring us to the month in which the recipe appears . Our contest for October will be on recipes for bread , rolls and biscuits . Please remember fo sign y . our full name ( It will not be used , unless you so desire ) , and try to keep within the limit of 200 or 250 words . Some fine-papers of 400 and 600 words were reluctantly ruled out of the contest . JELLY AND SOUR PICKLES . First Prize . The general rule f...