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Extract from a yowiy lady's letter
"Last night I lay In a gondola In
the Grand cunal, drinking it all In,
and llfo never seemed bo full he
Don't Risk Your Llfo
Hy ncRlcrtliiK Constipation. It loads to
nutotoTcnila. Thrn Is Just one rlKht rem
edy for Constlpntlon. that Is NATUKB'fl
HHMKOY (Nit Millets). It'n dlrforcnt
from nil others bccuuio It Is thoroURli, It
corrects tlio entire iIIkosMvo iiystem and
thn kidney, cure Dyspepsia nnd llliou
iimtlnm. Its ensv nml sure to net. Tnko
ono tonlKht you'll feel better In ' tlio
mornlnf,'. (let u J.'e Hnv. AH DrUKglstB.
Tlio A. It. Leu-Is Mcillclno Co., at. Louis.
Doctor (politely) Good morning,
Janitor Howdy, Doc. Mfc.
Skill to uo comes of doing j knowl
edge comes by eyes always open nnd
working hands; and there Is knowl-t-dgo
that is not power. Emerson.
FUNERAL OF A KING
REMAINS OF EDWARD VII REST
DY THE ROYAL TOMB.
I Sunday Scbool Leuoa for Msy 29, 1910
1 Speclilly ArranjeJ tor This Papsr
LONDON'S DAY OF MOURNING
If You Havo Common Soro Eyes,
If Unci blur or run together, you need
I'KTTIT'S EYE SALVE. Bio. All drug
gists or Howard Ilros,, llullnlo, N. Y.
Thero's no reason why n woman
shouldn't take hoarders if she wants
to, hut she shouldn't try to hoard a
Lewis' Sincle Hinder Htrniglit fc cigar
is made to Milisfy the smoker.
Put up with sarcasm don't practlso
Stato Ceremony Conducted Accord
ing to Precedent, With Pomp of
Mlddlo Ages Mr. Roosevelt
Rev. Kemp Tells of His Digestive
Troubles and How Ho Overcamo
Them You Can Do So Free.
1 STOMACH I
1 BITTERS I
The Bitters has clearly
nroven. during the past 56
years, that it is an ideal
tonic and invirjorant for
those in a weak and debili
tated condition. It aids di
gestion and keeps the bowels
MP-,, i rfrlcir
OpUH. iy .w.mjm
L For nheumallsrrt
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John Deere Cultivators
ARE THE BEST
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; Pe.y the highest price for
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Hell riione 613 AutoriionelCJO
LurKem liouso in muiu.
1mdon. Sovereigns nnd represen
tatives of tho powers of tho world
paid a Inst tribute Friday to Eng
land's monarch, Edward VII, whoso
body now rests In St. (leorgu's chapol
at Windsor castle, where the bones
of Edward IV, the sixth and eighth
Henrys, Charles I, the third and fourth
Georges and William IV arc en
tombed. Hrlght sunshine followed a
night of thunder storms that swept
tho city and soalicd the funeral decor
ations, but had no deterrent effect on
tho Catherine of thousands, who from
midnight until dawn sought points of
vantage from which to watch tho
passing of the cortege.
Far EiirpasBipg tho ceremony at
tending the removal of tho king's
body from Buckingham palace to
Westminister hall, tho procession In
cluded nlno MvcrclgtiB, the former
president of tho United States. Thco
doro Roosevelt, who alone was ar
rayed in non-uniform, tho heirs to
several thrones, the members of the
royal family, the olllcers of the house
holds, tho olllcials of the government,
field marshals, generals and admirals,
whose names arc bynonomous with
Brltlan's achievements In war, de
tachments of troops of all the British
army and representatives of foreign
armies and navies and variegated uni
forms, a solid phalanx of glittering
colors. The lines of red-coated sold
iers were drawn as on that other great
occasion of England's mourning nine
years a;o, with arms reversed and
regimental Hags dipped to the ground.
The vast throngs along tho streets
were massed so tightly together that
thoso once caught found It Impossible
to move. The great reviewing stands,
covered with mourning1 emblems,
wcro crowded, the rooftops black and
through this multitude, from among
whom not a whisper arose, the gun
carriage which boro tho king's body,
moved to tho strains of funeral
marchcB, the tolling of bells nnd the
booming of minute guns very dif
ferent from many another day when
Edward, in the glory or his reign,
went to meet his people and bo ac
claimed. Tho order of precedence In the pro
cession was governed by kinship, as
related to the positions of the sover
eigns, the special envoys of the
United States and France occupied
the eighth carriage and although ex
President Roosevelt was Inconspicu
ous In tho procession, King George
gave him marked attention nt the
lunch at Windsor castlo after tho fu
neral, seating him, with eight other
guests, nt his own table. The Ger
man emperor sat with tho queen
mother and Queen Mary. That which
Impressed Mr. Roosovelt was tho de
meanor of the people, the solemn dig
nity of the ceremony.
From Paddlngton station tho royal
train carried tho colfln and mourn
ers to Windsor, while special trains
were filled with officers and foreign
representatives. Blue-Jackets drag
ged tho gun carrlago through a lino of
purple to St. George'H chapel and
there simple services wcro said by'tho
archbishops of Canterbury nnd York,
assisted by other prelates. King
Gcorgo, with Alexandra on his arm,
walked up tho navo behind tho cof
fin, with the German emperor and
Queen Mnry following.
King George, as tho chief mourner,
stood nt the head of tho casket. Ills
majesty's body-guard of gcntlomen-of-arms
stood' at the left" of tho bier
with axes reversed. The funeral party
lllled tho edifice and overflowed Into
tho princo consort's chapel
There was a moment of profound si
lence when positions had been taken
and then the archbishops of Canter
bury and tho bishop of Winchester ad
vanced to tho casket.
The choir chanted "Man that Is born
or woman" and tho congregation re
cited tho Lord's prayer, the low rum
ble of many voices being accompanied
by Bonnod's music. Tho service of
tho church of England was followed
Tho archbishop of Canterbury pro
nounccd tho solemn benediction after
which, with tho bishop or Winches
ter, ho knelt before tho altar In a mo
ment of silent prayer. As tho clergy
men rose to their feet tho hush was
broken and tho yoceaslon withdrew
from the chapel In order of Its en
trance. The body of Edward VII re
mained before tho altar, later to find
a permanent resting placo In the royal
tomb house In Albert memorial chapel.
LESSON TEXT -Mntthcw H I321: !&:
S3 Memory verses, 19, M.
(lOLDEN TEXT -".Jesus unlil unto
tliein. 1 nm tlio tirenil of lire.' "-Jonn
MMMM. Thn feodlnir nf tho fi.OOO In tho
spring. A. O 29. of tlio 4,000 a few weeks
later. In the summer.
I'LACE.-Tlie first mlrnclo nt tlio north
ern end of the Ben nf nnlllee; tho soeonU
further down on tlio enst sine, onposii"
Mnudnln (Magadan. lJnlunutlm).
Suggestion and Practical Thought.
The Sick Multitudes. Matt. 14:13.
14; lC:29-m. Thoso two mlrnclus.
though plainly separate, yet have so
many resemblances that they may best
bo considered together, as If In parnllcl
columns; nnd wo must combine tho
nccounts of all tho evangelists.
On what occasion woro tho five thou
sand fed? Our Lord had Just heard
of the tragic death of John tho Baptist,
nnd wbon ho beard of It. ho "departed ;
thenco" (tho placo In which tho news
reached him Is not named) "by ship
Into n desert placo apart." Ho was
lllled with sadness at this murder of
his cousin and herald. Moreover, tho
event was nn Indication of tho perils
amid which bo himself walked, and ho
may have withdrawn to nvold them,
for his hour had not yet come. Ho
sides, Herod sought to sco him (Luko),
nnd we may bo sure that Christ had no
desiro to seo Herod. Mnrk also tells
us that tho disciples had Just returned
from their preaching tour through Gall
lee, nnd .Jesus wlthdiew that they
might rest and that ho might givo
them further Instruction In quiet a3
woll as talk over their experiences
with them. All these motives coincided.
What miracles preceded tho two
feedings of tho multitude? In each
case a great crowd gathered around
Jesus. In theso cases those throng
ing faces wcro particularly eloquent,
for so many of them were sufforlng
faces. Thcro wcro the lame, blind,
dumb, maimed, nnd many others, all
cast down nt Jesus' feet.
What was tho result of this healing?
What It should bo whenever Christ
blesses men: "Tho multitude won
dered, . . . and they glorified the God
of Israel." They were ready to listen
with all their hearts to Christ's teach
ing, and remained persistently, tho live
thousand all day aud the four thousand
for three days.
Tho Hungry Multitudes. Matt. 14:
1G; 1C:32. ' Our Lord's compassion was
moved by more than the sicknesses of
tho multitudes: by what? By their
hunger. In tho first Instance tho crowd
were passovcr pilgrims, In largo part
(John C:4), with no homes near-by to
which to go. In tho second case the
multitude were In their own country,
but tho villages wcro few In tho Do
capolts. The second miracle, with so many
circumstances like tho first, has been
considered by certain critics to be only
the first mlrnclo disguised by a differ
ent tradition. But thero aro pointed
differences that rule out tho idea.
Tho Challcngo to Faith. Matt. 14:
3C-18; 15:33, 34. Who suggested feed
Ing tho multitudes? Jesus, in each case.
John tells of an earlier conversation
with Philip, In which our Lord nsked
that disciple, whoso faith seemingly
had special need of strengthening (sco
John 14:8, 9), "Whenco arc wo to buy
bread, that theso may eat?" But John,
over careful to guard his Master from
misunderstanding, adds that Jesus said
this merely to test Philip', staco ho
himself know well what miracle was to
What supplies wcro available for feed
ing theso nlno thousand. and .tnorq? In
the first caso, only a lad's slmpklurch
eon, consisting, of .flvo. lpavWor
rather, roujod flat-.cakea,- liko ,,1igo:
crackers) or, coarao"' barley bread, .to-
The lack of exerrlso In a nilnlilor's llfo
niiil.fM linn very tuune to loiintipntlou
uut for Unit matter, most even body Is
constipated now and thun. It Is tlio na
1 1 o n 11 1 disorder, ,
Mnny 11 1 r o a d y
know that a Hiiro
way to cure con
stipation nnd oth
er Htomncli, liver
find bowel ttnii
Ms W with Dr.
Pepsin, w li I e li
chureli p o n p I
Inn 0 been biiMiig
for twenty years
llev. It A Kemp
or Hislng Htm,
tnd , Secretary of
tho Indiana Oon
ferenre o f tlio
pal Church, says
"l-'or years I
havo been 11 vic
tim of eoimtlp.itlnn
lull 1 lmw tlpvor
found nnylblng to equal Dr. Caldwell s
Byrup PcpHln I also had Indigestion
nnd Henri trouble. 1 can certainly recom
It enn be bought of nny drugglit nt GO
centH or Jl a bottle It tlicro Is nnytblng
nliout your case Hint otl don't under
stand, write to the doctor. If you lmvo
never used this remedy nnd would like
to trv It. send vmir inlilri"H nnd n free
sample bottle will be forwirde-1 to your
linmn AoMrcHi Dr W 11 Cnldvvell, Ml
Caldwell Illilg Montlcello. III.
Dr. B. Caldwell
Look for tills pic
tuio on tho package
For the Critics.
Creston Clark, whoho untimely
death at Ashevlllo robbed America nf
a serious and capable actor, was
somewhat Impatient of criticism. To
a Philadelphia critic ho once snld:
"You ohaps aro unwilling to accept
a man for what he Is. You want to
chatigo him to your own taste. But
each of you has a different taste. To
whoso Inclination, then, is ho to
"No, no! Tnko tho artist for what
ho Is. That Is tho right critical atti
tude Don't bo like tho farm urchin
I otico saw an urchin who, uh ho
stoned a frog to death, repeated se
verely: " 'I'll l'arn ye to be a toad. "
"That successful poker player cer
tainly paid a tribute to his winning
game when ho selected his handsome
"Don't you know ho built It on a
fossl famous doctor's
Ml I 1 If! - !!!
BROKE HER UP.
CUT THIS OUT
And mall to the A. II. Lewis Medicine Co.,
Ht. I.ouK Mo , and they will send you free
11 lOdav treatment of N'ATUUE'H REM :
DY (N'lt tablets) (lunrnnteed for 1 tin u
iiiatlsm. Constipation, Hick Headache, Uv
er, Klilnev and Itlooil Ulsenses. Kol 1 Jiv
all Druggists. Uuttir than Pills for Liver
Ills. Uu free to you. Write today.
"The rubber Industry ought to bo
able to holve one financial problem."
"That of elastic currency."
li LflPi LK
I lovo everything that Is old; old
friends: old times; old manners; old
Tho man who plants n ladder never
knows what will coino up.
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DAISY tL.I rwlUL.L.r.iuktn..iui
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pt l Upxri.vlll
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Weter rails to Ilrttors Gray
llair 10 lis omnia yr.
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Mr.. ixl II mat DruqrU.
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 22-1910.
IK mar jtito mmmm jMr mm mmWimm mmmm mmmr m
Mrs. L. I. Tcrnry Mrs. Wise has
given up her club.
Mrs. Izlt Soo Why?
Mrs. L. I. Terary Every time sho
went to a meeting her husband moved
tho furniture In tho parlor all around.
A SOLDIER'S EXPERIENCE.
'n.ft! I .
Hardships of Army Life Brought On a
Severo Case of Kidney Trouble.
II. N. Camp, 13GG
Delawaro St., Den
ver, Colo., says: "Dur
ing tho Spanish-American
war, I contract
ed a severo kidney
troublo. After re
turning homo, I was
under n physician's
caro for months, but
grow gradually worse.
Finally I got so bad
I could not hold tho
urino nt all. I also
had intonso suffer
ing from back pains.
Doan's Kidney Pills
m a d o Improvement
from tho first, and
eoop, I was well nnd
Remember th'o name Doan's.
For sale by all 'dealers. 'CO cents ri
box, Fostef-Milburh Co.'.Buffalo, N. Y.
, As.QuIck Cat,!
Spmo years ago tho, proprietor of a
hotel In southern New Hampshire- told
tho following story: Ho said' that
vilion' he wbb a boy ho 'Jiad 'occasion
u-nthor w!h twn nf thn llttln ilrlnd nr. K" "U" uiu Kiut u. u.n i.uDU ..
pickled fishes caught by millions In 'Ysrt!?S-'ad - riLV S;
the lake aud oaten along with the'! ved-'hlu,.'up tho stairs. On of tho
Memorial Services Held.
Washington. President Taft, th
membors of his cabinet Justices ol
tho United States supremo court, tin
entlro diplomatic corps and practically
all of official Washington attended
on Friday a service in memory of
King Edward at St. John's Episcopal
church. Because of the memorial ser
vices, the usual meeting of tho cabi
net was cancelled.
Berlin. Memorial services for th
late King Edward wore held In tin
English church hero Friday.
bread. Iu-.thu second, caso seven
"loaves" could bo mustered uud a lev
of theso llttlo fishes.
Tho Hungry Fed. Matt. 14:19-21;
15:35-39. 4 How md tho Saviour arrange
tho multltudo? In an orderly way on
tho grass, lu "gardon plots."
What was tho first Btep In tho mir
acle? In each caso Christ asked n
blessing, In accordanco with his cus
tom; Uib "instructing us not to touch
a meal until we had given thanks to
him who glveth us this food." Chrys
ostom. What was tho second step in tho
miracle? Christ broke off pieces of
tho bread and gavo them to the disci
ples, tor them to givo to the multltudo.
This was the least ostentatious way of
performing tho wonder.
What was tho third step ir tho mir
acle? Tho separato giving of tho
fishes (seo Mark). "Somo would givo
the poor only tho barest necessitiea,
bread only; our Lord adds llbh."
What was tho last Btep In tho mlra-
do? Preserving for future use, at
Christ's command (John G: 12), tho
fragments of tho feast.
Gather up thu irugmeuts of opportu
nity, as "Undo John Vassar" did.- Ono
day, waiting lor a friend In a U03ton
hotel, ho determined not to waste tho
time and went right up to a fashion
ably dressed lady, beginning, in spite
of her haughty repultes, to speak with
hr - about Christ nnd the now birth
Ho read tho Ulblu to her a..d offered
prayer. Lator, with tears in her eyes,
she told her husband about It. Ho
ackco, "Why didn't you tell him It wns
none of his business?" She replied,
"Dear, If you had been there ana
heard him, you would havo thought It
I was his business!"
windows was open. and whon thcy..cn
trred tho garret a. frightened mouse
Jumped, out. of tho window, and tho
cat, Jumping after It, caught It in mid
air and, whirling round, Jumped back
again Into tho samo' window.
Knlcker Why did you pay $10X3
for that hat?
MrB. Knlcker I had to do It to
mako my check book balance.
"What Is an old adage, pa?"
"Generally speaking, nn old chest
nut, my son."
Mrs. Wlnslow's Rootlilng Syrup.
Forchllilrcti teetlilnir. kofli-nstlmiiuiu., rmucMtn
tuinui.uonjillaj. 11". turn. wlmlujlio. 2uaUjlUo.
Ho that dies
When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain
remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't
any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would
also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble ?
Here are two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Fitchvlllo. Ohio. "My daucrhtorwaaoll run
down, suffered from pains in her side, head and
limbs, and could walk but a short dlstanco at a
time. Sho enmo very near having nervous
prostration, had bctruu to cough a good deal.
and scorned melancholy hy spells. Sho tried
two doctors hut got llttlo help. SInco taking
JLydia 13. Pinkham's Vcgctablo Compound,
Blood Purifier aud Liver Pills sho has im
proved so much that sho feels and looks liko
another girl." Mrs. C. Colo, PItclivillo, Ohio.
Irashurg. Vermont. "I feci it my duty to
say a fow words, in praiso of your medicine. When I began
taking it I had been very sick with kidney and bladder trou
bles and nervous prostration. I am now taking tho sixth bot
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u great change" Mrs. A. H. Sanborn, Irasburg, Vermont.
We willMpay a handsome reward to any person who will
prove to ustjiat these letters ,are not genuine and truthful
, ;or that either of these women were paid' in any way for
their testimonials, or- that tho letters are published without
their permission, or that the original letter from each did
not'cbme to us" entirely unsolicited.
Jvvhat more nrooi can anyone ask?
For SO years Lydia B. Plnlcham's .Vcgctablo
Compound,hns been tlio standard remedy for'
, female ills. No sick woman docs Justice to
' herself who will not try thlsf amouS'mcdicino.
. Mado exclusively from roots and horbs, and
has thousands of cures 40 its credit
Mrs..Pinkliam invites all sick women
to write her for advice. Sho , has
payB old debts.
ffoldod thousands to health free of charge.
Address Mrs Pinkham, Lynn, Mass
is the turning-point to economy
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other itsrclws onlf U ounce. .smo price sad
"DEFIANCE" IS SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Afraid of Ghosts
Many people aro afraid of fihosts. Pew people
ore afraid of germs. Yet the ghost is a faney and
the germ is a fact. If the germ could be magnified
to a sizo equal to its terrors it would appear more
terriblo than any fire-breathing dragon. Germs
can't be avoided. They aro ia tho air wo breathe,
the water wo drink.
The germ can only prosper when the condition
of tho system gives it (reo scope to establish it
self and develop, When thero is a deficiency of
vital force, languor, restlessness, a sallow cheek.
a hollow eye, when the appctito is poor and tlio
sleep is broken, it is timo to guard against tho germ. You can
fortify the body against all germs by the uso of Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery. It increases tho vital power, cleanses tho
system of clogging impurities, enriches tho blood, puts the stom
ach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition, so
that the germ finds no weak or tainted spot in which to breed,
"Golden Medical Discovery" contains no alcohol, whisky or
habit-forming drugs. All Ifs irigrcdicnts printed on its outsido
wrapper. It is not a secret nostrum but a medicine oh known
composition and with a record of 40 years of aires. Accept no
ubstitute thcro is nothing " just as good." Ask your neighbors.
g j?v.z-,' I WmmmamW
M 1 1 fBttl'tKUSJI
taking liquid physic or big or littlo
pills, that which makes you worse
instead of curing. Cathartics don't
curt; they irritate and weaken the.
bowels. CASCARETS make tho
bowels strong, tone the muscles so
they crawl and work when they
do this they are healthy, producing
right results. "
CASCARRTS 10c a box for wetk'n '
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T" 1 of this paper de-
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subftitutes ot imitation.
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