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The Cup of Kindness [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

The Cup of Kindness By Helen Franett Huntington , Couldnt you please let Jimmie have a cup of milt ? said a young , troubled voice from the outer dusk . Darcy j who was milking with brisk , practiced strokes , turned a dark morose lace towards the bar where a boy of ten stood holding a much younger boy by the hand . If you re thirsty there s plenty of water in the well , said the man brusquely . Jimmie s hungry , the boy explained patiently . Fd do some work to pay for the milk , if youll let me . Hungry ! Darcy repeated darting a curious glance at the little face between the bars , a white , thin face with still , questioning eyes . What are you two little tykes doing around here , anyhow ? Why aint you at home where you ought to be ? We havnt any home , the older lad replied . Then where did you come from ? There was a moment of heavy silence then a solemn voice said , We run away from the sylum . Darcy eyed the children disdainfully . Oh , you did , said he . Well , youd better r...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

citFniii BAnivneeeBTO INTRODUCE OUR LATEST , LAKOE , POWERFUL SPECIAL 60 DAlOFFEU ACHROMATIC TELESCOPE . WITH SOLAR EXE . PIECE POSITIVELY such a good telescope , with Solar Eye-Piece for viewing the Sun , wafl never Bold lor this price before . These Telescenes are made by one of the lamest manufacturers of Europe , measure closed 12 InchpR and nr-en ovor ty , » r-t lu 5 sections . They are BKASS BOUND . BRASS SAFETY CAP on each end to exclude dual , etc with POWERFUL LF . VSKS . iclentlflcallv around and adjusted . GUARANTEED BYTBE MAKBIt . Heretofore Telescopes ol tbla size have been sold from * s 00 to ( 8 . 00 . Every sojourner In the country or at seaside , resorts should certainly secure one of these Instruments ; and no farmer SBOHH be nllhont one . Objects miles away are brought to view with astonishing clearness . Sent by express forll safelv narked : If l » - mail 11 . 11 ) Onr new catalogue of Watches . etc . eent with act order . This Is a grand ffrr and voashmint not ....

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

A I I ????????????????????????????????????????????????? ??????????????? SOWN FARMEJ PARK REGION OF MINNESOTA . AFTER A SHORT TIME A CQMFORABLE HONE X A ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ A Settler s Home in Cass Counn . ^ Y DHTTCD Mmnesota tookfirst prize at the Buffalo and St . I I I | U | B p T % Minnesota manufactures more lumber than any T ? Dv I I kll Louis Exposition , for the best butter made in the ¦ ¦ W 111 DCn other state . You can build a home with lumber ? ? ~ United States . : _________________ : cut from your own land . ? X FLOUR Minnesota goes on record as making the best flour HEALTH ^ nnesota s , tw ° lar S es * f ™ » sI J 0 WI J b ^ st . f t 1 r t-W V IV - m the worfd . Her wheat fields Je world famous nCMU I n tistics , record the smallest death rate of any cit- + ? ___ Z _____ Z ___ Z _ : — ies of like s . ize in the world . ? X CDIIITC Mmnesota carried off first prize at Boston , Mass . ) Uf A T C D Minnesota has the largest number of lakes of any ? J P rl W I I O for th...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Ta lk * on Everyday Topics . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

Ta lk * on Everyday Topics . The Garden—Its Benefits—Begin Work in the Fall . BY GEORDIE WADELL . In the June number of THE FARMER S WIFE , an article from the pen of Bernard McFadden takes the farmers severely to task on their unwholesome diet and mariner of living , and no doubt there is much truth in his remarks . Though there are many- notable exceptions , among our more intelligent farmers , the fact remains that there are altogether too many who live more on the fat of the hog , and unhealthful , greasy foods , than on . the fat of the ¦ land provided by a generous supply of fruits and vegetables . It is not likely that very many do without the products of the farm , such as milk , eggs , fruit , and vegetables , in order to cart them to market and sell them , though presumably there are such here and there either from necessity or choice who do stint themselves somewhat in such marketable products . Nearly every farmer has set out some fruit frees and bushes , and every farm ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FAREWELL THE DAY [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

FAREWELL THE DAY Words and Music bv Paul W . Mavitv ¦ & - -w Farewell the Day .

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
TalKs on Everyday Tonics . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

TalKs on Everyday Tonics . I have never been able to understand wh y there should be such a prejudice against life on the farm among a-large class of girls , many of tliem farmers daughters who are anxious to leave the farm home and find something to do in the city . For myself I much prefer living and working at home on the farm , which I consider much more free , independent and pleasant than following any occupation in the city . To do kitchen work or house work iri one s own home with mother , for father and brothers and sisters , is much easier and more enjoyable than doing all the hard work in a city family where one is only a servant . And to clerk in a store is worse , to my mind , for there one is the servant of any or all who may enter the store . And to be bound to a desk as bookkeeper or stenographer and typewriter I could not endure . I could not stand such constant indoor confinement and such surround ings . Yet most of the girls who do such things look down on girls w...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Wise and Otherwise . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

Wise and Otherwise . Love never leads astray . Little white lies soon become soiled . You cannot kill time without hurting character . He is soon forgotten who never forgets himself . He has no force with men who has no faith in men . Most of a man s hero worship is wasted on himself . A big head is often the result of a few small ideas . The man who is buried in thought has no funeral expenses . A girl can be a great deal of help to a -woman if it isnt her own mother . Here is a good , old-fashioned saying to repeat to the man who worries : Never take more on your heart than you can kick off at your heels . You will never make a mistake by talking to a man about himself . Being In love seems to be either all joy or all pain , according to no rule whatsoever . A woman has such natural faith she can believe a thing she wants to , though she knows she doesnt . If a boy is active and lively his mother discovers every day that there are new ways in which a boy could be killed . A pretty...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
"Wonjep j ^ * ^ ^ f ^ Qvp irj uiyiiies [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

Wonjep j ^ * ^ ^ f ^ Qvp irj uiyiiies ^ S » . ^ . J . UlVlNOSTOM . f * BEES . I wish to learn how to keep beeswill you please tell me how to begin ? First get two colonies of bees somewhere—subscribe for a weekly Bee Jour nal , and there you are . I once learned a good lesson from a friend who wished to keep bees , and who wrote me for advice , knowing that I had a fair success in the honey business . I was delighted that my friend wished to learn this most fascinating art , as she had a good location . I was so full _ of my subject that I began at the beginning and filled several pages with minute details of what , when and why . I doubt if my friend ever l-ead all those pages . but she wrote me Dear me , I had no idea it was so much trouble . I have no time to take all the bother you describe , and she gave up bee-keeping before she began—aft because I had given the meat-or fruition , before she had drunk of the milk of interest . Since that time I advise all who show any desire f...

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 September 1906

f ) ^^ l ^ ^^ f ^ T ^^^^ y ^^^^^^ T ^ ^ nttnt ktttutm MMHIL 2 O \ H ^ S AR Guaranteed Watch FOR $ 3 7 = S --iiy > - ^ BPrgSy-4 j a > _ , The belt , handsomest and most perfect genuine American H karat gold plated watch ever _¦_¦ ^ -Set-EIrV 9 B off * * * or •***• Bouhle hunting ewe , rich solid gold pattern of eagraviog , assorted de- ^ P __ a _ -WJIPH _ g »^ P » K tifcT-t , Fitted with the very best seven Jeweled American movement , etem wind and item - ^ -4 PM ! -I-M __ X ^ ffin let , absolutely guaranteed to keep perfect time for 20 YEARS * Positively the groat- ¦ n ^ HKSn ^ igWwtbargainonthe face of the earth . SEEING IS BELIEVING . Cut thfeontandeendftto uB VsAo 3 Sfi | Sll 9 _! _ H wl * k y ° nr name > P ort el * 00 Bnd express office address and we will send the watch and a beautiful ^ Utnf ^ EBSStESamw chain complete to your express office for examination . You examine them at your express office ^^ kwmWWJVrwBSr and u represented pay express ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
f < • 3 v si ? ztfw i ____ . ^________^ [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

f &amp;lt; • 3 v si ? ztfw i ____ . ^________^ THE ART OF REJUVENATION . WRITTEN FOE THE FARMER S WIFE . Wh y do farmers wives invariably look older than their city sisters ? was a question lengthily discussed at a woman s club meeting . The unanimous answer was they work and worry too much . ... Undoubtedly the above solution is the correct bne for no other class of women work as hard and long as farmers wives , and as for worrying that generally goes with over-work or rather follows it as disease follows disregard of physical laws , consequently the farmer s wife loses her youth and good looks long before her less worried city sister does . Now while farmers may be a little behind the times as to fashions and fads they are exactlylike the rest of mankind in their admiration for womanly attractiveness and grace which they appreciate in their own wives immensely although they may not put their admiration into words . It behooves their women , then , to make the most of their lim...

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 September 1906

We Give this PIECE dinner set FREE SoS-ST Woman Here is a Picture of Our 101 Piece Dinner Set , made of Dainty Thin SemiPorcelain Ware , decorated with Sprays of Violets in natural Colors and striped and banded with pure gold . A set that you cannot buy in any store at less than from $ 15 . 00 to $ 25 . 00 . Gifts For All Your Friends HsSrwS yon to give away for us 35 Sets of Six Solid Silveroid Tea spoons—full size , elegant pat- | tern and warranted to wear ten years—but you must promise not to give more than One I Set of Six Spoons to any one family , and introduce our Chemically Pure Soaps . Do you I know 35 families who would accept as a gift from you a handsome Set of Six Spoons ? Of course you do I Then the 101 Piece Dinner Set is practically yours . A Gift For You Right Now ^§ 5 ^ Cut the picture of the Spoon out of this ad and mail it to us with your name and address and a 2 c stamp and we will send you one of these handsome Spoons , free of charge and postage fully prepaid...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Fancy WorK . "Dept [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

Fancy WorK . Dept This new department of fancy work will give to our readers some valuable suggestions for making Christmas gifts , and also effective designs for dress decorations , which they can make themselves . The patterns shown below will be mailed postpaid upon receipt of prico by THE FARMER S WIFE . There is nothing prettier than a centerpiece of the latest , conventional design like No , 238 . It is a very simple piece to work , requires only a small amount of silk , yet can be worked to look as elaborate No . 238 . Centerpiece , 18-inch ; linen , 15 cents ; silk to complete , 30 cents . Same design , 12-inch ; linen , 10 cents ; silk to complete , extra , 20 cents . ; - as a &amp;gt; piece requiring double the amount of silk , if worked in shades of pale blue or pink , makes a pretty piece , the conventional leaf design maae up with the centerpiece and three small twelve-inch doilies to match make a very attractive table set and also very inexpensive , buttonhole the ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

i * • \ / *&amp;lt; / t \ • &amp;gt; t / • X v . I % T : \ H * • \ o ^ foV ^ • ; s ° ° Hfe : ¦ •• i jSsfr ; : ¦ / : m .- i • ¦ • • vK J I ¦ ft 1 No . 229 . Chemisette witfcgillar . Stamped on nen , 25 cents , or lawn 25 cejini . ¦ MAKES FAT VANISH IMIMM Obesity QaicKly and Safely Cared . No charge to : ]! l | ji ! !! P !| l !!! z Try the NEW BRESSLIN TREATMENT . -M ll ^ r ( Jutt Send Your Address and » ^ liBr ^ lllllllll ! llllf ^^ . lllllllP Supply will ba Sent You FREE . IIW ^ JHI ra ^ FS ~ J We have such marvellous records of reductions in hundreds of fi \&amp;amp;\ fwUlllllllllllllnlllharxlllllul cases With the Kresslin Treatment that we decided , for a limited WLT ZaB _ Jr * 9 illllllllllll , 1 period only , to give free trial treatments . A reduction o * 9 ___ - ____ trr ^ llllllillllllv llllllll S pounds a week guaranteed . No person is so fat 3 S ^ T ^____ fllli !! llil ! llli £ w l \ lllll buf what it will have the aesired effect , and no matter where the H - ^ ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 16 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

f 1 . YOURNAMEMSPHOTO a neatlyrepiodnoadonono Wj dor . on Motaltypo i Photo Hearts SOe W Send nnmo , plioto ind N f and we will make you on duzen of tlicio hearts and return your photo unharme with order . EXTRA . When you write tell ue what paper you saw thlB advertisement In and we will Include two years subscription to The former s WCe , our new story and household paper for women . WEBB PUBLISHING CO ., ST . PAUL , MINN . _ fes ^ J ^ M AriiTati 1 st STCMWIND jfmerlMn monnent l &amp;amp; ii » Jttlimj . mim * nich . hu SOLID GOLD MID CASK , |_ £ » OKBBlnp &amp;gt;&amp;gt; ° BOTH SIDES , «! &amp;gt;&amp;gt;•&amp;lt; Wawmv ^^ iS ^ rallr vunnUi tlmMcep « r , appMrl rqutl to Solid H ^ lflUl Oi , 14 W . tcti OUkMNTECD 2 B YtaRS . _ KHR 9 _ Hr 7 { nWillnllFIIEEr &amp;lt;&amp;gt; ruinstSI ) iil « Miifbtiiliiimi IBKSClWTWllln . 60 HJ . w . lrJlllOodCll . Siallddnu Mm WIMEWlli Iff ll i l | i 1 l | iil | ir w &amp;gt; i «&amp;gt; , M •• nd J 5 ; ° 5 W...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ai ^ dleWork [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

ai ^ dleWork Buc /^ rsn / tarqaref-Blair \ THE SHIRT WAIST . Far from being a seasonable problem , this popular and necessary adjunct to a woman s wardrobe , appears as a solution , nor has the shirtwaist weakened in popular favor . On the contrary , with the broadening tendency in the feminine life , the plain , shirt-like waist which depends for its beauty upon its fit and laundering , constantly grows in favor . No . 1 . In the selection of the shirtwaist , the Jirst thing to _ consider is material . Linens are invariably good especially the Japanese linen , which is very beautiful and also durable but expensive ; Scotch madras and pique are very good . Silk is a rcost excellent material for traveling . All these materials are perfectly adaptable to the requirements of the shirtwaist . In making the waist let me caution you against the pitfall of the compromise , a waist that is built half upon fancy lines and half after , the manner of the shirt waist is an abomination to the la...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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