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CHTtlSTMAS STO ^ y . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

CHTtlSTMAS STO ^ y . THE LAST CALL . By Mrs . Gen . Geo . E . TicKfti . Was there ever such a dreary Christmas eve ? Kathryn Lyle shivered and bent over the grate fire . Not that the weather was cold . It was the gloom of it that threw . her into a shiver . A rainy Christmas ! Kathryn was accustomed to a white Christmas , clear and sparkling under the gleam of stars and tingling with the sharp kiss of December winds . She was used to the soft tinkle of sleighbells rippling out on the air and the crisp grind of sivift runners on the snow . I might have known how it would be , she said to herself impatiently . How else could it be down here in a region that is neither north nor south , but a neutral kind of country , possessed of the bad qualities of both and the attractions of neither . I believe in famil y affection to it reasonable extent , but it ought to have its limite , like-other things . I am sure I could have loved Aunt Eunice very much more if she had accepted mamma s invit...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

PnPtHhe Latest PopularI . r liEiEi March Two-Step Cntout this advertlsementandmarkanXbefore ir the article or articles in which you are Interested and -. expect to purchase In the near future . Mall It to - us with your name and address and we will send poet- - - Said a complete copy of Scientific Cooperation - ( arch Two-Step by Walter Everett Smith . You • will be delighted with the swing and catchy melody of this instrumental gem . Printed on finest paver In regular 50 e sheet music style . This March TwoStep Is now having an extensive tale In this . country . Mexico * Canada and Cuba . We have the exclusive rights to same and are making this tree offer to acquaint you with the fact that we are head- . quarters for everything ; in music Pianos , M 14 . 60 and up to 9103 . Parlor Organs , 124 and up to W 7 . i 0 . Chapel Organs , 820 , 25 and up to 167 . 50 . Talking Much In cs , ( 7 . 50 and up to ( 30 . 00 . JHutlc Boxes , 7 £ o and up to 131 . 85 , Violin-Outfits , $ 1 . 00 and...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
OurWome ^ luh [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

OurWome ^ luh ^ • . : ¦; .-. . ¦ • ¦ 3 u < 2 / Hn \ £ 9- < £ let 3 hens / ; THE CONTEST . The entries in our Home Club Contest on the subject of Teaching Children to help . were fewer than we had anticipated , as the subject is one in which all mothers are interested and have had more or less experience . The articles _ are all most excellent , and their publication from time ; to , time will , prove suggestive and helpful to our mother readers . First Prlie . T TEACHING CHILDREN TO HELP . It is easier to teach a child to work when he is five than when he- is fifteen , and no inheritance he could have is half so valuable as the ability and inclination to do work—hard , useful work . It will make -him his own master , save him from temptation and be a solace in time of trouble . ., . ... ... As a matter of fact , the teaching should beS in . long beforeheis five . With household elp so scarce , the mother must have the children help as soon $ & - pos...

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 December 1906

^^ FARE EIGHT ^^ . jHH ^^ H B ! 8 K ] e Books in the Biggie Farm Lib- ^ km ^ kw / H MD *^^^ S » Book—ready Dec . 1 st . One each thor-rf 5 ^^ Juf «| U . { ¦ muKSl £ ^ W 7 // 0 U S 1 y covering ; the following subjects : !! - , MfB 5 « S * M ¦ / 1 . tC ^ SVV // Berries . Poultry , Horses , Cows , Swine , MlW ^ lfsSK lOMHtJMKM tt Sheep , Health and Pets . All bound in PI .. • tt « B « V ¦ m n ?** iraTO /// cloth . Price of each 50 cents . Nothing VI « U 1 ** « SaiV ¦ mt ^ £ 6 ) l * Wrll Mcer Christmas gifts . 170 , 000 sola , ( 1 1 ( r | # ^ it fSSSm ) M FARM JOURNAL HflR ^ l ¦ fflJT . / 5 ! tvU * // I the leading farm paper in America , with ¦ IlSSwai I WS . t ^ Jb rfRM // I more . subscribers than any other farm fclJpag & »» W 1 lit lib * . //¦ Paper in the world . It is a monthly , thirty ¦ 4 jft ( iQ ©( iK J m ^ OKaOu //¦ yearsyounfr . taken and appreciated every- ¦ tSSlYAD L ^ s ^^ ^ j ^ IA m IM where , from Ma . ne to California . Thou- ¦ tSsfeoags ^^^ H ^^¦¦ k ^ T n...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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o /^^^ jmM : i [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

o /^^^ jmM : i FROM A : MOTHERS / STANDPOINT I want id thank Mrs Ferry for expressing , so much-better than I . [ ever could , her vci \ vs ; oh- Race Suicide vs . Mother Suicide , in November- Mother s -Council . I have often thought-that-our president could not be ; speaking from experience , when lie proinulgnled such-ideas of rearing large families . _ • With the modern ideas of house-keep-ing and dressing , which mean so much extra sewing for the overburdened m # iher , she cannot find time to do all for families of . eight and ten children . ¦ A mother of a large family is merely a piece of machinery , and moves as automatically ; sometimes a piece or part wears out and she must-be laid up for repairs , buti being mended , she moves on , perhaps a little slower , but still keeps going , for the little mouths must be fed , little stockings mended ; and dinner pails filled for school . -.-: •• It is not strange or- to be wondered at GOOD MANNERS , c ; • I think we cannot begin t...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

BABY CLOTHES PATTERNS . T ^—JZ-IS-SI fay New outfit contafns , 30 patterns and ¦ <^!! v directions lor long , or 10 for short clothes W ¦ 3 B with directions for material , etc ., a copy Eg ^ ign of N UR SES H INTS TO MOTHERS , also TRUE Hpr ^ a MOTHERHOOD , and my catalogue illuaS & Jft MM ¦ tratljig articles and clothing for the new W & SBF ^ W baby , with prices and full descriptions . WXHJLJF . , TWs outfit sent postpaid for 2 Sc , sIlver or V . T- ^ T - ^ i stamps . I guarantee Hati > faction or trill reftmd your mnnnj-. Address , Mrs . C . F . ATS MA , Newark , N . 0 . COLD LAID RINGS FREE pP ^ s ^ SHaiTrailYoiiIlklUUTUliofUKMgRSS ^ anM RwBll ? B ^ flBl ( UIBI , * oCwet 15 e * lc , ¦ f oiAwp JA SS ^ II H * N -- I 1 __ , — r Jl ine 11 , 60 . tnd the 2 tints sre toutrfjgy 5 g 3 jyfc . il Kfc .. - .., J ? M I 8 * 8 pr * tnlam Hit . ) AgerjU wmtrd | S 6 ^ KM a Mra QS ^ Si ^ iSsfiM Dr . R . LHamtuond . Woodibaro . Md WSmmm ~ -JmWm Free ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

WonderfuKgf ^ MreEdison Edison , , JRKCTm N Says : P H 0110 f / f aph ^ JtWB ^ L ^^^ tyoqnUo seeaphonogTaph OFFER ^^ iM ^ HF ^ LWl in every American home . Re * f Every jtMJsMHI ^ A ^ SB ^ HM IF ^ ° U l 0 — mnsIc > forward : HP ^^^^ wBr-d ^ i ^ BBp your home more cheerful , BE Ts «^ IT ^^ I ^^ 99 ^ H —ovwjrreaiiorrelWepar-- . mmum * ^ f \^ ^^ * B . SSHAUM ^^^ B BOn can « ¦ A BENU - ri V 0 i > I !•¦ € ¦ I A ^ r ^ dj ^ t O mWr WMT m \ H mt mrmm m \ , rom » to ynr homo . B . B -HL ^ BL ^ B B BB B B wuiiout deposit , with .- sflb iMU ^^^ m ^^ m ^ JkflU JMU JB ^ MMBl » u , „ guarantee from * third parties—no l , 0 . 1 > . Try is in your home , play the stlrrJnff waltzes , marches , two-st-ens , concert pieces , minstrel di nlosrnes . tieautffulvocalsolos * and other : beautltul-Edison gold moulded records , play all tliese , iindlf then yotido & tcardtokeeptheoutHtsendJtbaclCiiEoiircxpense . Wo charge you nothing for the trial . After the tree...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

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Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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¦ CHRISTMAS MUSINGS . - [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

¦ CHRISTMAS MUSINGS . - Christmas commemorates the . birth of the Cliild , and records the visit of angels : so it is right and fitting that the day should be set apart and made a day of days for children . ¦¦ ¦ •• No doubt most of us in the long ago believed in a real Santa Clang . Then came the awakening from a happy dream ; our faith was not so strong , and , after saying our evening prayers and retiring for the night , we tried to keep our heavy eyelids from closing while we anxiously waited to find out if possible who the someone was who came so quietly and mysteriously in the night thai no child ever saw him . Whether to teach children the Santa Claus story , or not , is a difficult question since they must find out sooner or later that the story is only a myth . , Nevertheless that old bov dressed in fur from head to foot and driving his tiny reindeer is still wonderfully real and dear to the heart of the average five year old child . Then the turkey dinner , with the numerou...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
A NEW CONTRIBUTOR [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

A NEW CONTRIBUTOR Every reader of THE FARHER S WIPE must not fail to turn to the dairy page of this number and read the deli ghtful article there from the pen of Milton O . Nelson . Mr . Nelsonis one of the most versatile and entertaining writers of the Northwest , and the management of this paper is fortunate indeed to have secured his promise to become a regular contributor . He was not engaged for the dairy department , but after reading his first article—deli g htfully entertaining and interestingly reminiscent as it is—our readers will agree with us that we could not put it anywhere else . But do not expect such a treat in the dairy department in every number , for no one knows where Mr . Nelson s muse may alight next .

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
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A NEW SERIAL [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

A NEW SERIAL Next month we begin a new serial from the pen of a well known writer who has entertained and . delighted our readers during the past year with his shorter stories . The scene of this charming novelette Is l , aid in the South , which Is familiar ; ground to our author , Mr . Frank H . Sweet , who gives us a suggestion -. of the pleasure in store for us . By ., his attractive and captivating title The Heart of a Maid . Weapons of any kind are useless until thqsean whose hands they are placed are taught how to use them : Congress has placed within the reach of the people weapons of defense against food adultefatprs , filthy meat packers and railway extortionists , but the best manner of their use is yet to be learned , and also the extent of their usefulness . Whether they , can be made sufficiently defensive remains to be proved by experience . We now have the laws , but must secure their enforcement . Nothing makes a more desirable Christmas gift than a year s subscript...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
HEART AND HOME TALKS [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

HEART AND HOME TALKS At this happy holiday season , when Peace on earth , good will to men is preached and printed and sung and chime J the world around , the heart grows warm and receptive and is stirred by loving , tender impulses . Shut not one of these out to waste in secret unknown , but send them out in words and deeds of blessing . Each good thought and word and deed begets another , and this is wh y , in the fulness of the year , life is so fuU of holiday cheer , the cheer of good thoughts , which prompt the good gifts that we delight to _ shower upon our friends :- If there is coldness anywhere there has been warmth , indifference where love once reigned * distrust where faith was strong , let the kindl y impulse rule that would restore the former dear relationship . Those of us who have climbed so Bear the summit of earthly existence that we can already begin to see the downward slope on the other side , know that life is short—too short for ¦ any - unhappiness or ill feel...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WHY SOME BOYS LEAVE THE FARM [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

WHY SOME BOYS LEAVE THE FARM The following , from the Missouri Agricultural College Farmer , which is edited and published by the- students of the college , explaining why some boys leave the farm is from the pen of a farm boy student : So much is said and written no ^ yadays in the way of advising the boy to stay on the farm that we should like to add a word from the young man himself , who has been advised and advised , and readvisert till he decided that the advice ; though good in intention , was not inclusive enough . The impulse which leads young men away from the farm is the desire to know more , and every young man who is worth his salt has such ambitions . To advise such a fellow to stay on the farm and be content to go on uneducated to the rest of his days is to persuade him to suicide . We advise a young man to obey the impulse to learn something . Leave the farm and attend some college of agriculture , and none are better than your own State University ; meet the best bo...

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

THE PRICE THEY PAID . It is to be hoped that the heiresses of American multi-millionaires of this and future generations will have too much self respect to become a part of the . purchase price of the titles of noted European libertines . Count do Castella ne s reputation preceded him to this country , and that of the Duke of Marlborough could easily have been ascertained . It seems that the possession of much money lowers the estimate of pure womanhood , and men of great wealth sacrifice their daughters at the marriage altar for mere social advancement and notoriety . Branded asthe purchased and spurned wives of titled libertines , their children s birthright feinted with their fathers shame , two of Americas loveliest and proudest daughters weep today in foreign lands amid the ashes of their hopes . The loved and honored wife of a trie husband who will leave his children the priceless heritage of a stainless name , is greatly to be envied by such as they , however humble her home ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
CHEERING SIGNS OF THE TIMES . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

CHEERING SIGNS OF THE TIMES . I he thoughtful and unbiased observer who has watched the trend of politics , particularly political campaigns , for tho last quarter of a century , sees marked progress . Only candidates of clean character may now aspire to high positions that are witliin the gift of the people . And partisan prejudice is being supplanted by the desire to promote the public weal . As witness the election in Minnesota in the last two campaigns by a large plurality of a man of professed opposite politics to the lone-time dominant party , first because the choice of the party managers did not have a clean public record , and this year no recognition and endorsement of his work while . in office . Such evidences of the desire for the purification of politics and the decadence of party presage yet- greater things for the future in the spread of good citizenship which will carefully choose and appropriately reward those who are faithful in the performance of public duty and ...

Publication Title: Farmer's Wife
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
ENTOYMENT IN WORE . [Newspaper Article] — Farmer's Wife — 1 December 1906

ENTOYMENT IN WORE . Everyone is naturally fitted for some particular occupation , and if in settling upon a life vocation that is missed , one misses the most real and lasting satis- . faction in life—enjoyment in work for the work s sake . The boy who has a head for mechanics , who delights in stud y ing the intricacies of machinery and its uses , who spends his spare time about the mill or the roundhouse , or in constructing waterwheels and toy engines , may , because of his natural energy and general intelligence , make a fairly successful farmer , but he will never find the pleasure in work on the farm that he would in the machine shop . Neither should the boy who is full of the mercantile instincts — who is always swapping jack-knives or working up trades among his playmates—be expected to make farming his life work . Apprenticed to some merchant or other tradesman in town his natural inclinations will find their proper channel and he will meet with much greater success and fin...

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

- ANNOUNCEMENT . . JSiT ? 91 8 S 1 * 8 Iwi * consider this ! her naner £ SSR «? . 3 e !? a •»» »« al » r of OnrHonw ; ffi S ? 4 *! k fft Council , Bend - lntr torpubUcation thereliffi *&* ¦ th . ° <> elits , best methods of work amiI hm pract lcateiperieuee along every too concerningwhich qnesuonsareaslnsi , u mUw her perprKs-bSrS log to teellng . and In fact a member ol Tins FiiSs Wire s great Home Club , every onabf vJhoMlsSated bv the spirit of mutual helpfulness . ™ mml , « ea , f > Esnaau ) AT Tim Posr-orinca AT ST . PAviu SBCOm-ClASS MAIIKB .

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