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VhmlhiO [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

VhmlhiO HOME MADE CHEESE . _ It is best to use , both night s and morning s milk in making cheese . Stir altogether till well mixed , pour into a boiler ( a wash boiler if you have one ) on the stove , and heat slowly till the thermometer stands at 90 degrees stirring it often to prevent scorching . Now pour it into your tub or churn , if you nave one . If you have . twelve gallons of milk it will require one rennet tablet . If less milk take less of tablet ; use rennet in proportion of one tablet to 100 lbs . of milk . Dissolve the rennet in about two tablespoonfuls of warm water . When the milk has cooled down to 85 degrees , put in the dissolved rennet , stirring constantly until thoroughly mixed . In about three minutes you can see the milk coagulating . Cease stiring now and cover up for fifteen minutes . A higher , temperature than 85 . degrees hastens the process , but wastes the butter fat and makes the curd tough . Handle the curd very gently till it is solid , as rough or ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

^ rTTTTTT ^ I -The Poultry Manual , nnllRI F a new book written by WUVUhh up-to-date poultry exVAIIB perts . It ls undoubtedly I Win the best book ever vnovw listaed on this subject . IIAIIEV AH Over 15 , 000 copies have nUIIC I IM already been sold and — _ ., the demand Is enormous , Pnlll TRY It contains Information rWWhini that will enable yon to ^ ¦ » more than double your profits on your poultry . The first part of the book is devoted to the study , of pure bred poultry . The second part is a pulde to profitable and successful poultry raising . It contains 73 illustrations taken from life . We are able to offer this valuable book to our readers at tbe very low price of 25 c . prepaid . Address . WEBB PUBLISHING CO ., 47 E . 4 thSt .. St . Paul , Minn . Silver Buffer Knife FREE ! 81 = ¦ ¦ ,: S WE ARE GOING TO GIVE AWAY 10 , 000 OF THESE 8 BEAUTIFUL BUTTER KNIVES TO OUR READERS . S 2 _________________^_ . a — . Si , FILL OUT COUPON TO-DAY . A - ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ y ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ P x ^...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 23 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

mm CLEAN SWEEP IN NORTH DAKOTA Users of U . S . CREAM SEPARATORS again car ry off all highest scores and prizes on Dairy Butter At *•* toMa State Fair Fargo , July 23-28 , 1906 Mrs . C * • ^ oea ° * Grand Forks won first prize on dairy butter with a score of 93 . Read what Mrs . Moon says about the U . S . Separator . 5 - ., July . I am using a No . 6 U . S . Separator and have used it ( or nearly , our Y mB , and never had anything broken or repaired . It looks like a new one today . I would never think o £ jiclng any other make ol Separator , because the U . S . skims perfectly , and Is easy to • teel ) dean . I have been awarded more prises ( or butter these ast years , they would be too many to mention . « o I Mil mention only a tew of the late ones . I was awarded a bronze Medal at the Louisanna Purchase Exposition ; or the jour months dairy contest , 1904 . I also won the first prize for Dairy Butter at the N . Dakota Dairy Convention , Jan . 18 , 19 , 19 CS . and the sweensta...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 September 1906

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

r jMTwTrvT ^ T H is a Test , a Test at our Risk . We know what we have to offer , we know the public One Single , Solitary , Red Cent . Ton must spend % cents for a stamp to write for It H HJ We trust to the power of whatweoffer . We trustto the publlc ssenseof Honor and or we cannot know that you need it , but we will return a 2-cent stamp to you after 30 H H Gratitude . The sick man or woman suffering day by day for lack of the right kind of days if you ask for it . We want the test to be absolutely , entirely and completely H HJ help , is glad and happy to pay-when they get the help . We know this we know Vits-Ore free of any and all cost to yon if Vitas-Ore does not help you . We do not want it to H H will help , we know we will get our pay , and so we take the risk . We want to take cost yon one single penny unless the 30-day treatment benefits yon , unless it proves H HJ it—all of it . We are glad to do It . Vitas-Ore the remedy for your ills , as it has proven the remedy for ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
THEMySTEIUOUS McCO'RKLES [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1906

The Mysterious McCorkles By F. Roney Weir Synopsis : —Two girls—the Misses McCorkle . mid their aunt take a beiry 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 . Reno 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 t...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1906

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

THE LASS AT OGILVIES By MA-Ry CASTLE ALLIS CHAPTER II . THE PEDDLERS BOX . Now , Friend Coverly , what is thy business ? How fares our good General ? Before replying to his host s questions , Coverly asked , an anxious frown on his handsome face : Who is yon knave in the ; , public ? • iWbat knave ? the publican returned calmly . My dear Set on , our Peggy would say ; much worriment had wrought thee daft . To which knave dost thou refer ? for there be several warming themselves over a tankard of Tarn Ogilvie s noted brew—though I say it , mayhap , as should not were I of proper meekness . . He regarded Coverly as disposed to be suspicious without due cause , but his eyes shone in irrepressible good-humor . Coverly , however , was far too anxious to take heed of small things , and answered in all earnestness : That black-looking knave seeking to hide himself behind the door . Did you note how he slunk out of sight when I entered ? Ill wager my last sixpence tis a ve . y villain , wai...

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

Uupafomev ) luh hw By atfrs j £ f Stephens Z Table Talk OCTOBER CONTEST . We congratulate our renders on the fine recipes for bread rolls and biscuits , which we are able to present as a result of the contest this month . We consider this a very valuable collection , all that a young housekeeper would need to assist her to become a good breadmakcr . The recipes are alt so excellent thai , there is very little to choose between them , and this has made the position of umpire a most difficult one . There are many more good recipes , which are crowded out , of this issue , but we hope to use them in the future , and will offer , as we did last month , tn every subscriber whose recipes we print , one pattern , either from the fashion page or from the fancy work department ( at ten or fifteen cents ) if she will ask for it , referring to the month in which the recipe appeared . BREAD , ROLLS AND BISCUITS First Prize . Never-Fail Bread . —Take three pints of lukewarm potato water . Add on...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1906

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Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1906

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Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
EVOLUTION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1906

EVOLUTION OF WOMENS CLUBS Club work among women is in an encouraging state of progression . At first , only a popular fad , really a craze , that set women to organizing for every sort of purpose , and often with no sort of purpose beyond gathering for the most trivial entertainments , from card parties to the aimless discussion of the whichness of the where ; and study clubs , the chief study of whose members was apparently that of dress , the designing of stunning costumes in which to appear when presenting a paper before the club which was often written to order at so much per line . Such devotees to club work have now either dropped out , discouraged by the genuine effort of the really intelligent members , or have become active and worthy members with an enlarged and higher conception of life and its opportunities for not only the improvement of the mentality of the individual through the stimulus of club work , but the improvement of the sex , the race , the schools , the muni...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
PHASES OF CHILD CONFIDENCE [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 October 1906

PHASES OF CHILD CONFIDENCE It is of the greatest importance to the moral well being of every child that its parents , ( its mother particularly ) , have its perfect confidence . The child who from its earliest knowledge turns to its mother for help and sympathy in its daily experiences , not only through babyhood and childhood , but on through the years that lead to manhood and womanhood , will never go astray . How to encourage and keep that con fidence should be every mother s greatest care , as being her greatest aid in fulfilling her responsibilities as counselor and guide for her children , because in no other way can she hope to gain so perfect an understanding of the needs of her childrens natures . This beautiful child-confidence is often thoughtlessly destroyed by parents in the attempt to check the fault termed tattling , telling tales upon one another or about their mates , and it is hard to so guide children in this respect as to retain the one and eradicate the other . ...

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