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tl & Sn [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1906

tl & Sn DAIRY NOTES . Treat a cow well and she will do well by you . Milking with wet hands should be avoid * ed , it is not a clean practice . To make at least $ 10 clear out of your cow , you must have at least $ 45 profit . Milk that is cooled as soon as drawn from the cow will keep sweet much longer . fresh cream should not be added to older cream until after it is cooled to 50 degrees . The hours of milking should be regugular , and each cow should be milked in regular order . Decaying food and stagnant water will injure the health of the cow , and the quality of the milk . When cows teats are tender and they are sensitive and inclined to be irritable when being milked , apply linseed oil , after each milking . A dairy cow should not be allowed to wander over a very large field , as the energy spent in walking about will show in a reduction in quality of milk . The best possible time to separate cream from milk is when [ first drawn , and while the animal heat is st...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 21 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1906

* 9195 BUYS THE NEW IMPROVED fiE * MODEL K ECONOMY HAND * T fq ] CREM SEPARATOR A II 400-pound per hour capacity , the Jfk ^ mB belt separator made In tlieworld , «• f ^ VBBa *^ , yei . si Main HUT aav ariaa M sits . • SB SEND NO MONEY . tSWti llaV Had tout and we will send . tbltMf , 400faVafA . pound per hour capacity . New . ImatataVa |» a * . proved , Model K economy Hand l a fcart Cream Separator by freight , C . O . D .. 1 HU subject to elimination . Examine It 1 HJ . at your nearest railroad , station , and ^ Baaa ^ If you are convinced It Is the equal AmmK X- ^ of any separator you can buy ^ mmmm ^* anywhere for $ 100 . 00 , then pay ^ SWi the railroad agent our special thirty-day MMBBM offer price $ 24 . 95 and freight charges . ataVM The separator weighs about 200 pounds IW ill and the freight will average about $ 1 . 00 AB nil for each 600 miles . / I ll TAKE THE SEPARATOR m B mJ \ II AMP Z ^ v « itmthoroughtriaUcom flLplf ^ VknVniCj pure It with any other tepm Jlxarator ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 21 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1906

PAID FOR ITSELF IN 30 DAYS COHOES , N . Y ., Sept . 14 . lW 6 . M About threa years ago I was selling my milk at 21-2 cents per quart tor a creamery , but I thought that 1 could do better by selling the cream and keeping the skimmilk on the farm for feeding pigs and calves . I set the milk in coolers and skimmed with dippers . The best I could do was about 20 quarts of cream per day from 20 cows . I sold the cream for 121-2 cents per quart . I made up my mind to get a No . 6 U . 8 . Separator and try it . By keeping an accurate record I found that with the TI .. S , 1 was getting about 40 quarts of cream per day from 20 cows , a difference of $ 2 , 50 in favor of the : .. U « g *< CREI A WL • » . SEPARATOR making a gain of $ 75 . 00 in 30 days . Then 1 value the skiaimilk- at 331-3 cents per hundred quarts for feeding purposes ort the farm , arfiOtoting to $ 15 . 00 for 30 days at 150 rjrarfs per day . As the total amount gained by the U . S . paid for it in 30 ifays , I ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Page 22 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1906

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Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 23 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1906

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Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 24 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 November 1906

-- —• - vr . EVERY KNOWN DISEASE CAN BE CURED WITHOUT THE USE OF MEDICINE . j I There is no such thing as an incurable disease . I make this statement just as broad , sweeping , and all-inclusive as 1 jgpg ^^ - . . know how . j BBW ^ ^ - Mans ability to cure disease is limited only to the extent of his knowl- • ML TMM \ edge of nature s laws . | , m . JA 1 £ L mwkm \ t When I say there are no incurable diseases , I mean every word I say . > ; ^^ MH *^ t lvB » h - ? very word of ! t is true * I know lt to be true know ! t to be true because . W ^^ K -K - X * ABBB WI $ *\ m the , ast 1 uarter of a century I have proved it to my own satisfaction , and • •• dJ / kmBaWshMaBBBBBBBBB *** t 0 the ° ^ u satisfaction of thousands of others . *^ w * 4 i ^ HSRp ^^^^^ HBu I am constantly on the lookout for other diseases to prove it on . I -i ! il w A ^ HfirO ^ aiilllllllllllllllllllllllHR - can prove i ( to anybody —« n fact , I want to prove it to everybody . I do not * <...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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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 December 1906

WEATHER FORECASTS FOR EVERY DAY IN 1907 . A COPY OF THE REV . IRL R . HICKSFAMOUS ALMANAC For READERS of THE FARMERS WIFE STORM PERIODS FORETOLD-EARTHQUAKES PREDICTEDTORNADO WARNINGS-WET anil DRY SPELLS PROPHESIED . DAY BY DAY , MONTH BY MONTH , THROUGHOUT THE YEAR . To be Forewarned is to be Forearmed The Rev . Irl R . Hicks Almanac now has an international repution . For over 13 years all storms ; blizzards , droughts , tornadoes , floods and great extremes of temperature have been foretold by Prof . Hicks , and close observers declare that more than 95 per cent of his predictions have been verified . The chief feature of this great work are the Meteorological Forecasts for 1907 . The success or failure of nearly everything we do depends uponweather conditions . If we can know weeks ahead what sort of weather we may expect , we can plan our farm work , planting and harvesting and so many mother things in such a way as to get the best results . This almanac Will help , you to do al...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

v OarseKtes How do you like our Christmas number ? A pretty good one , isnt it , for-a two year . old ? But this Is only a foretaste of what is in store for you during 1907 . We wish we could bring each one of you into our office and tell you our plans for The Farmer s Wife for 1907 . We know every one of you would then sendus In at least one new subscription along with your own . Wont you do so anyway ? Well be deeply grateful besides showing our appreciation In a more substantial way , In this connection we want all of you to read carefully our offers on this page , and about the Spoons and Back-Combs described elsewhere in this issue . These are . the most desirable rewards we could secure for Christmas gifts and We know you will be doubly pleased with the ones you select . DO YOU WANT THIS ELEGANT SET Quadrupled Silver Plated GOLD LINED SUGAR BOWL and PQrC O CREAM PITCHER TllCC ¦ Sto of Sugar Bowl , & H inches wide , handle to handle , cup 3 % inches wide Size of Cre...

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

THE LASS AT OGILVIES . ay MAn y CASTLE ALLIS . CHAPTER IV . THE MAGIC FLUTE . Just then young Travis came tramping down the stairs , in all the bravery of an old hunting-suit and musket found up in the gar-ret , and Sally at once pounced upon him and sent him into the council room with a note for Captain Coverly . The young officer promptly appeared in reply ; when Sally told him of the peddler s box and its occupant , and of her long vigil . My orave girl ! was Setons response , somewhat unsteadily . Thou should st have called me sooner , sweetheart—thou are wearied beyond words . The sweet , tired face went to the mans heart ; so that he turned with an angry frown to the box . Faith , Ive a mind to . spit the fellow where . he lies— twould serve him well for a coffin ! . -But Sally caught his arm . Nay , Seton , thou must not ! I—I almost promised—indeed , Seton—I could not bear it . / Coverly . glanced quickly into the Starry eyes , so full of a present pathos , and put up his sw...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Women _^ y « - »* [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

Women _^ y « - »* BEES PAPER ii . Well , you have quite a bee . dairy here , said an old man who had been in business all bis life . His eyes kindled with pleasure as he looked over the yard and asked many questions about the industry . He chewed very fast at something he had in his inouth , as was his wont when anything suited him . It is a sight to p lease the most fastidious . Forty or fifty hives all just alike , freshly painted in some light color creamy white is a favorite and looks well in its green setting . Whether the hives are arranged in long , straight lines at even distances apart , or in a semicircle or . an L , or in groups , depends on the situation . They look equally well if only the hives are all alike . I am talking now of the beauty of a well established apiary . The hives should face east if possible , and have the morning sun . They also require the afternoon sun , except during the hottest weather . But it is very imEortant that the heat of midday should e 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 December 1906

Better Thdii GAS /* SAYS THIS NEW YORKER . ¦ a , I have and The Angle Lama lar beyond the lime set for trial and find lilt one tfiffllBP cannot be too enthusiastic ever It , 1 writes Mr . Granville Banna , of Cold Sprints , N . J . w /||| It certainly lives the brightest and at the sane time the softest lllnmbatloa one could IT // J ill We lived In New YirkCllr for tome years and used all the latest and most to * U / Jlm proved appliances , devices , etc . la connection with gas or electricity and yet I most sin . Iff / mi cerely nrje the inpertority of ( his staple yet wonilerfnJnetlrMoIIIIrailaafloa . Oaecaa iW / JIJt hardly say too much in Its praise . M ^ SfflV Angle LampCW ddflk . makes common kerosene the best , the cheapest and ^ mk ^ I ^ I ^ H Jfo & m * ffl If * 5 ^ moat satisfactory of all lighting methods . Safer and ^ K | g ^^^ H THr » BJfi . WWsim more reliable than gasoline or acetylene , yet as con * ¦& & , ¦¦ ¦¦ ¦ JmaM B rfig &a...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

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