The Columbus journal. (Columbus, Neb.) 1874-1911, November 22, 1905, Image 7

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W. L. Douglas
'3J?&3 SHOES,
t7. L. Douglas S4.0O Cilt Edge Line
cannot be equalled at any price.
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W.L.OOUKLAS MAKES AMD SELLS
MORE MEM'S S3.SO SHOES THAM
mar other mamufacturer.
C1f! finn BEWRatoanvonewhocan
9 i WUuu a.'srrcva this statement.
W. L. DmrU 5J.50 shoes have bv their ex
cellent !!. eav tlnif, and surermrweannff
qualities. aciiie etl the laret tale of any S3. Si)
anoc In the -a or! J. Thev are fust as zood as
those that cost you $5.00 to J7.0O tlie only
dilference is the price. It I could take tou into
my factory at Brockton. Mas.. the Iaraest In
tlie world under one roof makirij men's fine
shoes, anil iliiiw ou the care with which eery
pair ot Douglas .hoes 1 made, vou mould realize
why W. L. DouMu $3.50 shoes are the beat
hoes produce I in the world.
If I could how vou the difference between the
hoe? made in mv factory and those of other
makes, you would understand why Douvlas
$3.50 shoes cnt more to make, why they hold
tneir shape, fit better, wear lonzer. and are of
jrreater Intrinsic alue than any otber 33.30
hoe on the market to-day.
W. L. Ommmfmm Strmnm tSmdmShmmmfmr
Mmn. S2.SO. S2.00. Bmym' Schmml
Ormmm Shomm.S2.SO. 92. S1.7S.S1.SO
CAUTION .Insist upon havSne W. IDons
l&s shoet. r-tlta no snbtitutf. None gi-nmtia
without his n-m and prico stampl on bottom.
WAVTEI. A hr dealer in -rerytowTi where
W L. Doturl-u 5lnw are not oM. "Fail lin of
implex sent free for inspection upon request.
Fast Color Eyelrts used, trr'if wit not wear brassg.
"Writ for Plnrriti Catalog of Fill Stvles.
W. X DOCGLls, Brockton, Mas.
An
Exceptional
To enable you to see the Southwest
and see for yourself the opportunities
for making1 money for home building
in Oklahoma. Indian Territory and
Texas advantages and opportunities,
the M., K. & T. Ry will, on November
7th and 21t, December 5th and 19th,
sell round trip tickets to all points
Southwest at less than one fare rates.
Tickets permit of stop-over going-and
returning and are good twenty-one
clays from date of sale.
Write to-day for particu
lars and ask for our paper
"The Coming Country."
S. G. LnSGSTOS,
Geaeral Iramigratloa A.cat.
ST. LOVIS. MO.
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Bill
Rf Colonel Arthnr L. Hamilton.
of the "th Ohio Volunteers, 239 m
IH Goodzla street, Columbus, O., K
IS ""Writes: "Aa a remedy forca- K
IB tarrh and stomach trouble I K
IS can fully recommend Peruna." m
p Mrs. Hamilton, wifa of the W
Ktfarallant Colonel, ia an. ardent
IB friend of Peruna also. m
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FOR EMERGENCIES AT HOME
And for the Stock on the Farm
NOTHING EQUALS
615
The-Ten Trail.
Once there were two Indians who
went out together to hunt. Hapeda
was very strong and swift and a won
derful bowman. Chatun was much
weaker and carried a weaker how;
but he was very patient.
As they went through the hills they
came on the fresh track of a small
deer. Chatun said: "My brother, I
shall follow that."
But Hapeda said: "You may if you
like, but a mighty hunter like me wants
bigger game."
So they parted.
Hapeda went on for an hour or
more and found the track of ten large
, elk going different ways. He took the
trail of the largest and followed for
a long way, but not coming up with
it, he said: "That one is evidently
traveling. I should have taken one of
the others. '
So he went back to the place where
he first found it. and took up the
trail of another. After a hunt of over
an hour in which he failed to get a
shot, he said: "I have followed an
other traveler. I'll go back and take
up the trail of one that Is feeding."
But again, after a short pursuit,
he gave up that one to go back and
try another that seemer more prom
ising. Thus he spent a whole day
trying each of the trails for a short
time, and at night came back to camp
with nothing to find that Chatun.
though his inferior in all other ways,
had proved wiser. He had stuck dog
zedly to the trail of the one little deer,
and now had its carcass safely in
camp.
Moral: The game is always at the
end of the trail.
Whale's Liver Valuable.
A torpid liver is valuable, if it hap
pens to be the liver of a whale. From
'his organ comes ambergris, and it is
estimated that the ambergris from a
single -whale is worth $50,000.
Twenty-five per cent of the students
at Findland's university are women;
but only half of these pass the exami
nations. Those that do are mostly in
the medical department.
READ AND YOU WILL LEARN
That the leading medical writers and
teachers of all the several schools of
practice endorse and recommend, in the
stronzost terms poi-ible. each and every
inirrwhent entenns into the composition
of Dr Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
for the cure of weak stomach, dyspepsia,
catarrh of stomach, "liver complaint, "
torpid liver, or biliousness, chronic bowel
affection, ami all catarrhal diseases of
whatever region, name or nature. It is
also a peci'ic remedy for all -uch chronic
or Ions standmz ca.-es of catarrhal affec
tions and their resultants, as bronchial,
throat and luncui-eases 'except consump
tion ' accompanied with severe coughs. It
is not so sood for acute colds and coughs.
buT for linsennc. or chronic cases it is
especially efficacious in producing per
fect cures It contains Blaclc Cherrybark.
Goiden Seal root, Bloooroot. Stone root.
Mandrake root and Queen's root all of
which are highly prai-ed as remedies for
all the above mentioned affections by such
eminent medical writer and teacher as
Prof. Bartholow. of Jefferm Med. Col
leae: Prof. Hare, of the Cniv. of Pa.:
Prof. Finle- EUincwood. M. D of Ben
nett Med. Colleee. Chicaao : Prof. .John
Kins. M. 1j.. Lite of Cincinnati: Prof.
Joiia M. Scudder. M. D late of Cincin
nati : Prof. Edwin M. Hale. M. D.. of
Hahnemann Mei. College. Chicaio. ami
scores of others equally eminent in their
several schools of practice.
The ''Golden Medical Discovery is the
onlv medicine put up for sale "throuch
druggists for like purposes, that has anv
sucn profcbtinnal endorsement wortfi
more than any number of ordinary testi
monials. Open publicity of its formula
on the bottle wrapper is the best possible
guaranty of its merits. A glance at this
published formula will show that "Golden
Medical DiscoverV contains no poison
ous or harmful acents and no alcohol
chemically pure, triple-renned glycerine
being used instead. Glycerine is entirely
unobjectionable and besides is a most
useful in;rredient in the cure of all stom
ach as well as bronchial, throat and lunir
affections. There is the hishest medical
authority for its use in all such cases.
The " Discover? " is a concentrated glyc
eric extract of native, medicinal roots
and is safe and reliable.
A booklet of extracts from eminent,
medical authorities, endorsing its ingre
dients mailed free on request. Address
Dr. E. V. Pierce. Buffalo. X. Y.
CUBES C0HST1PAT10H
It is just about impossible to be
sick when the bowels are right and
not possible to be veil when they
are wrensr. Through its action oa
the bowels.
Lane's Family
Medicine
cleans the body inside and Lives
no lodging place for d-sease. If for
once you wish to know how it feels
to be thoroughly welL give ts
famous laxative tea a triaL
Sold by all dealers at s;c and 50c.
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The Great Antiseptic
Price, 25c., 50c. and S I .OO.
Dr. EARL S. SLOAN,
Albany St., loston, Mass.
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GREAT NATIONAL FESTIVAL
Thanksgiving Day Is Essentially American The
First Prayer
With the exception of Christmas 1
and New Year's celebrations, our
United States holidays commemorate
some historical event, the birth of a
few of our great American leaders, or
in more recent years they are set
aside for some public service in def
erence to the wishes of some exten
sive organization, as Arbor day, Labor
dav. etc. VTe have no national hoii
day, not even the Fourth cf July.
Congress has at various times ap
pointed special holidays, but there is
no general 'aw upon the subject.
Thanksgiving, the first essentially
American feast day. is a holiday in
all the States, though in some it is
not a statutory holiday The first
general Thanksgiving of which we
have any record was that kept by the
Pilgrim settlers of Massachusetts Bay
colony, in the year 1C21. The long,
severe New England winters, with
snows from five to seven months, the '
short, hot summers, the sterile, sandy !
soil which ev&n to-day is productive
in places only through high cultiva-
tion left these brave forefathers of
ours in almost starving condition. So
low had become their supplies for
subsistence that at last a day of fast
ing and prayer was appointed, when
all were to unite in supplication for
divine succor. Happily abundant
food and other necessities arrived be
fore the appointed fast day, so their
fasting was changed to feasting, and
prayer and supplication to praise and 1
thanksgiving. This Thanksgiving
service was often repeated through
the remaining years of that century.
Congress recommended days of
thanksgiving annually during the
Revolutionary War, and in 17S4 for
the return of peace.
The following is a copy of the first
prayer in Congress:
"0 Lord, our Heavenly Father, high
and mighty King of Kings and Lord
of Lords, who dost from Thy throne
behold all the dwellers on earth, and
reignest with power supreme and un
controlled over all the kingdoms, em
pires and governments, look down in
mercy, we beseech Thee, on these
American States, who have fled to
Thee from the rod of the oppressor
and thrown themselves on Thy gra
cious protection, desiring to be hence
forth dependent only en Thee; to
Thee they have appealed for right
eousness of their cause: to Thee do
they now look up for that countenance
and support which Thou alone canst '
give: take them, therefore. Heavenly I
rather, under Thy nurturing care, j
give them wisdom in council and
valor in the field: defeat the malicious
designs of our cruel adversaries: con- '
vince them of the unrighteousness of '
their cause: and if they still persist
in their sanguinary purposes, oh let '
the voice of Thine own unerring jus-
tice. sounding in their hearts, con- 1
strain them to drop the weapons of I
war from their unnerved hands in ',
A Song of Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving!
In the youth of the nation
When the harvest hai yielded its store
There was feast and oblation.
Or when danger had lifted its hand.
From the lips of the living
There rang through the length of the land
Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving
Our home was a wilderness then
With the floods to enfold it;
To-day, with its millions of men,
We rejoice to behold it.
From the sea to the surge of the sea
We have all for a treasure;
We are blest in the promised To-be
In a manifold measure.
For the fruit of the time of our toil;
For whate'er we have fought for;
Whether born cf the brain or the sail
Be the need we have sought for;
For the gifts 'e havs had from His hand
Who is Lord of all living,
Let there ring through the length of the land
Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving!
Clinton ScoIIard.
THANKSGIVING NIGHT
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in Congress
the day of battle. Be Thou present,
O God of Wisdom, and direct the
councils of this honorable assembly;
enable them to settle things on the
best and surest foundation, that the
scene of blood may be speedily closed,
that order, harmony and peace maj
be effectually restored, and truth and
justice, religion and piety, prevail and
flourish amongst Thy people. Pre
serve the health of their bodies and
the vigor of their minds: shower down
on them and the milions they here
represent such temporal blessings as
Thou seest expedient for them in th's
world, and crown them with everlast
ing glory in the world to come. All
this we ask in the name and through
the merits of Jesus Christ, thy son.
our Savior, Amen." Los Angeles
Times.
DINNERS OF FIFTY YEARS AGO.
Typical Thanksgiving Feasts in Wide
ly Separated Sections.
A typical Thanksgiving dinner in
Dixie fifty years ago included the fol
lowing: Gumbo Soup.
Celery. Pickled Sweet Peppers.
Beaten Biscuit.
Roast Pig. Wild-Plum Jelly.
C.inditd Yams. Boiled White Onions.
Roast Turkey. Sweet-Potato Stuffinff.
Cranberry Sauce.
Southern Mashed Turnips.
Virginia Batter-Bread.
Creamed Potatoes. Baked Cashaw.
Sweet-Potato Pie. Mince Pie.
Georgia Plum-Puddinc. Hard Sauce.
Pecan Caramel Cake.
Fruit. Nuts. Raisins.
Coffee.
Below is given the menu of an
equally typical New England dinner:
Clain Bouillon. Graham Wafers.
CWery.
Colonial Raised Biscuit.
Rye and Indian Bread.
Dill Pickles. Beet Salad.
Venison Pasty. Apple and Pork Roast.
Mashed Potatoes. Baked Squash.
Creamed Cabbasre. Mashed Turnips.
Roast Turkey. Bread Dressing.
Cranberry Cups.
Browned Sweet Potatoes.
New Encland Plum-Pudding.
Vanilla Sauce.
Mince Pie. Pumpkin Pie.
Strawberrv Tart. Cream Cheese.
Black Fruit-Cake.
Cream Cake. Doughnuts.
Junket.
Coffee. Punch. Lemonade.
Fruits and Nuts.
Woman's Home Companion.
Exiles in Celebration.
In the Philippines, in Alaska, in Por
to Rico, Panama and elsewhere many
Americans will celebrate their
Thanksgiving in a manner that will
duplicate the old Thanksgiving days
of the early settlers in New England.
Like the old Puritans, who attended
divine service with guns in their
erasp, ready for Indian attacks, Amer
icans in the Philippines will celebrate
with rifles in their hands. But there
will be no snow in the air; no nipping
wind to give them a keen appetite for
roast turkey and strong ale; and. in
stead of a rock-bound coast with
frosty east wind, they will have soft,
sleepy shores, laved with blue seas of
everlasting summer.
Thanksgiving!
A Practical Wish.
At Atlantic City last week I heard
a good one from a five-year-old girl.
Her mother, seeing the new moon,
took a auarter from her purse and
wished on it. She then gave it to the
child and told her to make a wish and
it would come true. After the wish
was made the mother asked what it
was, and the child said: "I wished 1
could keep the quarter." New York
World.
5100 Reward, $100.
TJ reader of ihM paper wl'l be plearl to leara
thai there N M lent oue drtaueil-II-e-i-e iti clenca
am been able to core la all tu icases. an 1 tnac !s
Cdtarro. Hall'a Catarrh Cure It tlie inlf purlti
cure now known tu the medical tnte-atiy. catarra
tninii a einRUtBU0D.il dl.-cv. re-julrvs a c n-tl:a-C.nal
treatment. Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken In
tenially, actlm: direct !y upon tb bu 1 and rmicoui
aurfacea of the system, Uu'rsby destroying tbe
foundation of tbe d!-ea-e. and KKlnit tbe p ttlent
atrea tb by but). linn P too cuntliu;lin a-d i !t
tns nature In dulim ita wori. The prnprV n- h..ce
au mucn rata la its cum; ve poert tat t'n st
One Huniml Duilan for any case thai ix. tj u i
cure, enu toriiKt or tcMitnuuiais.
Addre- F. J. CHEXEY CO.. Toledo. O.
b id bv all Drm.-EMts. TSc.
Take UaU'a Family PUI for constipation.
Sixty thousand elephants are annu
ally slaughtered to give the world its
ivory.
The Best Results in Starching
can be obtained only by using De
fiance Starch, besides setting 4 oz.
more for same money no cookins re
quired. Because a man is polite to you.
don't presume that his time is with
out value.
ClTC permanently eared. Xofltaornerrmineirter
"law flrstoay'auheof Dr. Klliie'nGreatXerM-Ki't.r--er.
Send for I'Kkli i.OO trial bottle umi trentlmk
OB. U. U. S1MI E. Ltd.. Ml azkH Street, fbllatlelunia. Pa.
The mountain spider of Ceylon spins '
a net of yellow silk ten feet in diam
eter, i
ytm. Ylnaliw' ?oothlnc yrnp. '
For children teething, softens tbe iriras, reduces ta '
flammatloa. alUya p.ua. carat wind colic iScabotCa, ,
The Lord is not a refuge for the
man who is looking for a soft place to
rest.
Some people are unable to distin
guish between courage and foolharui
ness. HUSP1TAU CfiOWDED
MUOimr Of MTIE1TS VONEI
Mrs. Pinkham'3 Advice Saves Many
From this Sad and Costly Experience-
It is a sad but
true fact that
e ve r y year
brinsrs an in
crease in the
number ofope ra
tion performed
upon women in
our hospitals.
More than three
fourths of the
patients lying
on those snow
white beds are women and girls who
are awaitinjr or recovering from opera
tions made necessary by neglect.
Every one of these patients had
plenty of warnmir in that bearing down
feeling', pain at the left or riirht of the
womb, nervous exhaustion, pain in the
small of the bade, leucorrhflea. dizzi
ness, flatulency, displacements of the
womb or irregularities. All of these
symptoms are indications of an un
healthy condition of the ovaries or
womb, and if not heeded the trouble
will make headway until the penalty
has to be paid by a dangerous opera
tion, and a lifetime of impaired useful
ness at best, while in many cases the
results are fatal.
The following- letter should bring
hope to suffering' women Miss Luella
Adams.of the Colonnade Hotel, Seattle, ,
Wash., writes. ,
Dear Mrs. PinKham: ,
44 About two years ao I was a great suf- ,
ferer from a severe female trouble, pains and '
headaches. The doctor prescribed for me and '
finally told me that I had a tumor on tbe
womb and must undergo an operation if I
wanted to pet well. I felt that this was my
death warrant, but I spent hundreds of dol
lars for medical help, but the tumor kept
growinjr Fortunately I corresDonded with
an aunt in the New Ehciand Starts, and she
advised me to take Lydia E. Finkham's Veg
etable Compound, as'it was said to cure tu- '
mors. I did so and immediately began to ,
improve in health, and I was entirelv cured, j
the tumor disappearing entirely, without an i
operation. I wish every suffering woman
would try this great preparation."
Just as surely as 3Iiss Adams was
cured of the troubles enumerated in
her letter, just so surely will Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable 'Compound cure
every woman in the land who suffers
from womb troubles, inflammation of
the ovaries, kidney troubles, nervous
excitability and nervous prostration.
Mrs. Pinkham invites all young1
women who are ill to write her for free
advice. Address, Lynn, Mass.
PRICE,
TO CURE
INOfCDAY
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A Foil Sized Bottls
Yoa have no right to suffer from constipation or any stomach trouble. There is no necessity or excuse for it.
There is one poaitive, natural harmless core and only one for these troubles and we are going to give you
sough free to prove it.
Cut out the coajon below and take it to any druggist in the United States and he will give you absolutely free of
charge a full sized 3o cent bottle of
Mull's Grape Tonic
the only permanent natural care for constipation and ail bowel troubles and indigestion and all stcoach troubles.
11255
Take this Coupon to your druggist and he will give you a regular full size 35c bottle of Mull s Grape Tonic
absolutely free. Remember, we give only one bcrtle to each family. If ou can find a druggist who dees not keep
Mull's Grape Tonic send us this Coupon, together with name and address cf the druggist, and we'll see that your wants
are supplied.
I solemnly swear that I have never taken Mull's Grape Tonic that I will apply for but one free bottle and that X
wQI take this bottle myself for Constipation and Stomach Trouble.
MI'S 8R1PE TOIIC CO., Iikirs
148 Third Ave., ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
TO THE RETAIL DRUGGIST: ?ir;Irii,m';?fdarf,1rr
the line bWor anil na tai. fall
coupon to the Jobber of wtiom you parcame this remeI-. ana he
will ilve you -H cents fci ca!i or trade for each coupon, propwir
signed, which jou seed his. .Ml lobbero hare the 3c and (1.30 sues.
The U.90 bottle conn inn nearly 4 times the Sic lre.
HJ Ketall Drassiit, sign your same here.
BBJ Tour address here.
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HOSV.Z VISITORS' EXCURSIONS
FROM ALL POINTS ON
MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY
GREATLY REDUCED RATES EAST
Indiana, Ohio and certain points in Illinois, Kentucky, West
Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, Michigan and Ontario,
November 27th, 1905. A Return limit. 21 days.
DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE
To visit tlie ultl home and
rO PARTICULARS. INGUI.1C OF COMPANY'S AOCNT. OR
H. C. TOWSSCTi'D. General Posscsjer aaJ Ticket Aien!. St. Louis. Mo.
"FoiJow the f laa"
Home Visitors
Excursion
November 7th
To many points in I aois. Indiana.
Onio Kentucky. Western Pnnyivan
I.i. New York .irI Weft Yi'sinu. at
GREATLY K.DLXtl KATES.
The WABASH ha.- soli.i ro:id-b."J.
rock ballast, ana new eij.;rant. Re
climr.s c.-air cars iSEATS l-'RSE.
For rate, maps and an information
call at. Wabash City Office. 1601 Far
nam St- or sn5tlr,s"
HAIIHV E. MOOKES.
G. A. P D . U ab. R. R.. Omana Neb.
Heat Your Building With
BOVEE'S
Ventilating Furnace
And save 40 pr cp at
on cost and fuel
Thousands n u-- Guar
anteed. Snd for t rw cata
logue Manufactured and
sold by the
levee Grinder & Furnace
Works, Wateriuo, Iowa.
When Answering Advertisements
Please Mention This Paper.
W. N. U. Omaha.
No. 47 1205.
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ANTI-6RIPINE
IS GUARANTEED TO CURE
QRIF, IAD COLO, HEADACHE AND MEURALCIA.
I won't sell AntlSrlplne tc a I"iIer irhn won't Goanutr
It. Call for rour MOSET RACK II IT DO.VT CITRS.
V. Wm IHcmer, JLXM Maniifacturer.SpriJtipteiat, Mm.
NOW OR NEVER
FREE
CUT OUT THIS COUPON
CUT OUT OM THIS LINE
Patteat.
Ailtlre.
TO THE J033R Ton wlH P1'-" rpt this conpon if the
w i.ii. '""" wn. is pr.jperlr Jlne-1. nnd ilTe to the re
taller IriT'Esr the r-njitr frra yon. 3 cent In rah or trade for
same bln your tlrm ami- and ldre- and toi-Tarcl i.1 coupons to
ua at any time yon ULe nd will remit you in rail by rtnra mall.
Scent fir encn coupoa properly slewed bjthe consomer, retailer
and yourself.
CASTORIA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears the
Signature
of
En
Use
For Over
Thirty Years
ASTORM
FONDLY TtHtSS TO I'aiLL."
soe jonr frieutld f othr days.
TWENTY-FIVE BUSHELS OF
WHEAT TO THE 1C8E
Means a pro
ductive ca
pacity in dot
lars of over
SI6 per acre.
This on land which has cost the farmer nat&p
in? but the price of ullin? it. tells its an
story.
The Canadian Government sires absolutely
free to every ettler 160 acres of such land.
Lands adjoining can be purchased at fromR
to 10 per acre from railroad and other corpor
ations. Already 175.0TO farmers from the United
States have made their homes in Canada.
For pamphlet "Twentieth Century Canada
nnd all information apply to Supt. of Immigra
tion. Ottawa. Canada, or to f ollowinjr authorized
Canadian Government Aseat W V. Bennett,
801 New York Life Baildinif. Omaha. Nebraska.
(Mention this naper.)
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