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General Demand of the Well-informed of the World has always been for a aimple, (Jeaaant and efficient liquid laxative remedy of knows value; a laxative which physicians could aanction for family use because its com ponent parts arc known to them to ba wholesome and tndy beneficial in effect, acceptable to the system and gentle, yet prompt, in action. In supplying that demand with its ex cellent combination of Syrup of Figs and 4 Elixir of Senna, the California Fig Syrup Co. proceeds along ethical lines and relies on the merits of tho laxative for its remark able success. That is one of many reasons why Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is given the preference by the Well-informed. To get it beneficial effects always buy the genuine manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all lending druggists. Price fifty cents per bottle. HARD TIMES, INDEED. "Poor man! so you are a victim of W the late financial panic?" "Yes, lady. You see, folks along de route Is too poor now ter hand out free grub!" Her Reason. Not long ago there was tried In an Ohio court a suit for damages where hi the principal witness, a woman liv ing near Dayton, was Induced to come to court only after several subpoenas had been served upon her. When the dilatory witness was final- I ly brought befoio his honor, he said In his sevrest tone: "What reason can you aaalgn, ' mndum, for disobeying the summons of the court?" "I ain't got none, Jedge," answered the woman, meekly, "only we've got small-pox down to our place, an' I thought mehbe you'd bo kinder pre Judlced agin it." Illustrated. H Meant Buslneaa. Two Kills on the boardwalk talked I of a young man. H "Don't take any stock In him," said the first. "He Is a flirt. He la a Jilt." "But his presents " I "He gives all the girls presents when he is making up to them. Why, I -r h gave ine something every other II week." "But he gives me," said the second I girl, "such presents aa convince me I that he means business this time." "What has he given you?" fl "He has given me a tea service, a Bfl set of table linen, a Morris chair, a M hall rug, and a beautiful brass bed- H atcad." Exchange. I Important to Mother. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for I Infants and children, uud see that it I Dear, the SAfj-fi.1 Signature ofjrg I In Uee For Over IO Years. I The Kind Yon Have Always Bought. Hiyh Art In Billville. "An' you gay It took that artist two j I months to paint this little picture?" I "Shore did!" "Well, all I've got to say Is, he's I too slow for this settlement. I could 'a' painted two houHes an' four burns I In that time, an' not half tried." At X lunia Constitution. 1 Your Druggikt Will Tell You B m Tlmt Murine Kyr Hi ine.lv Cum Kyea, BJ Maki'H Wink Kea Strong. Doesn't Suiurt. B Ni'ilhr- Kje Pais and Sells fur 50c, " Old age, especially an honored old j ty age, has so great authority that this is of more value than all the pleasures of youth. Cicero. I SMTH. Ht. Vttlll' IHinor nral Nrrvnnft llliww, per. iimtit'iilly i'iiri.1 tiv l,f. K IIiiu'h llrcul N-ivi. Ili-nUirft K nil f.,r MIKK S-'IM trial he. Ill" and tri-tlix l)r . II Kline. 1a . IWI Ari-h Hlrm-i Phi 1k.1i Ipl.i.. I'.v f Much sympathy Is wasted on people who ought to he auhnmed to keep the J. undertaker waiting for a Job. P . Mm. Wluslow's Soothing- Myrop. I SB K.ir rlUMrea teetulim, mftn IBS ", rsiluees l F Hack pay Is usually slow abuut com P ing to the front. II I .1,.. Willi,. Villi H.ilk Alli-nVK -K.IW r.,i-i'i.riisuiiil tiiuil hut. sweaty SalluUSMI'lllllg nSt, 'tin- Mil llrilgglhtft. Nothing can atone for want of truth. Ruskla. I r if ' L 3 -sfr; j EnafflllaaU SbJ Vtv! fcfc-MTP I . I afcsffTBn "aHiMB I TEDDYS HUNT TRIP PERIL AND PLEASURE8 OF THE GAME QUEST IN EAST AFRICA. Death from Fewer, Poison and Animals, or Captivity In the Junol Lurk, But In the End the Finest Hunting In the World. Oyster Bay, N. Y. President Roose velt's hunting trip to East Africa which Is planned for next year, will decrease the presidential savings some $20,000 to $25,000 at a low estimate, but, Inasmuch as Mr. Roosevelt al- ready has been offered more than ten times that amount for bis story of the trip, to be written upon his return, it isn't worrying the family banker. What Is concerning all the Roose- velt family and the close friends of the president may be summed up aa "things that might happen on that trip." It Is no small matter, this 20, 000 miles' Journey to the wildest sec tion of the world, where big game la as populous as it has come to be scarce In the "won west." It Isn't so much the lions, elephants, and their associates that are being feared, al though the element of danger they always present contains the essential seat of hunting with any true sports man. Hut there are many other ene mies of human life, which the presi dent will have to encounter and sub due. The Journey to the east coast of Africa will be one of the most wonder ful pilgrimages a man of the western world might take. The president will pass through seas and straits which alone could have washed away the tomes of history they have seen writ ten. He will come Into contact with customs nnd people by far the most Interesting In the world, and finally, as a sort of guerdon for his wander ing, the traveler will reach Zanzibar (a place which merits its name. Para dise). It has been called the most Interest ing 15 square miles in the world, and Y :,- s vy fc inn I , (.t-V ?. "" ' HlW y5JIi v J Jf. S 'WmtvL -a: ff I A jam j (y ' C S" 1 1 atFi't ii sti I East Africa, Where the President Will Hunt. appears to merit the description. In its scant area tho flotsam and Jetsam of the eastern world has gathered. It contains, shoulder to shoulder, In its heterogenous people and life, the ele ments of the finest culture, the deep est ignorance, morality, degeneracy, vice and virtue, more fantastically In terwoven Into the life of the placo than anywhere else In all the world. Here the president will get his sup plies, guides, servunts, porters and other blacks who will be his compan ions on the hunt. From Zanzibar he goes to the chief city of English Kast Africa and from there plunges Into the vast, silent, disease-breeding Jun gle, where a white man goes with the assurance that death, multiform, pes tilent and horrible, lurks in every thicket and stream and tree; a place where the chances of living are re duced to the ultimate natural minimum. Preceded by IiIb blacks, and fol lowed by more of the same, bearing the rather Imposing luggage of the ex pedition, and, In bad weather, the head of the exiiedltlon In a hammock, the president will enter a world vast ly different from anything he has ever seen. The president will not have pro ceeded far before rebellion will break out In his train This kind, however. Is more easily settled than miners' strikes, and all may be well. Then he may be overtaken and cap tured by a native prince, who will re quire beads, wire, brass and the like to keep him from devoting his dis tinguished guest to glutting his appe tlte. Upon finding that his visitor Is the late head of a great government, the chief will even become solicitous, semi urouiid a few buckets of slink ing native beer, even some pellets of bhang, that the president may dream Hie ilreum of the hashish eater, and us a last mark of courtesy demand that the president marry a couple or mure ul Ids dusky belles. Tlu diplomacy oT Mr Roosevelt will have to be relied upon in this extremity. In the end, all these perils buying In . ii safely passed, Mr. Roosevelt will reach the happiest hunting groutidH In all the world, where he muy shunt lions, hippopotami, specimens of the buffalo, rhinoceros, bok, etc., till his ammunition runs out or something happens. j LEADING GERMAN SUFFRAGIST. Dr. Anita Augspurg Hat Served Many Prison Terms for Her Cause. Berlin. Frauleln Dr. Anita Aug spurg, leader of the German claim ants of votes for women In Germany, has served 70 terms In prison for her Insistence In behalf of her cause, and probably holds the record. "The Anita." as her followers call her, recently attracted attention again j by her repudiation of the social derno- I crats In the name of the woman suf- j frage movement. The socialists have long been looked upon as the especial f JcMTA friends of the advocates of "votes fot women." The movements of no other woman , In Germany outside of the members ol the royal family are followed mor closely by the public than those 0) I Dr. Augspurg. She Is a familiar fig j ure In almost every part of the Ger man empire, her mass of short, curly hair, and close-fltting reform garl making her an easy mark for the cu rlous. It Is Dr. Augspurg's tongue whlcl has landed her so often behind prism bars. She Is a fearless speaker, urn . In a country like Germany her opln ions on the equality of the sexet are regarded as little short of revolu tionary. Her latest sojourn in prison was the consequence of a few remarks on the Hamburg police, after witnessing an attempt to quell a street riot. She was a born orator and politi cian. She has that greatest of all gifts for speaking, personal magnet ism. This German woman Is a lawyer She is practically the mother of the women's movement In Germany. In 1902 she founded the Woman's Suf frage league, of which Bhe is now president. The career of Dr. Augspurg Is an ex ample of the triumph of a strong minded woman over the conventions that hedge about the sex In Germany Practically her whole life has been a preparatory school for the unique po- I Hit inn which she now holds. She wus raised In a family of Jurists. MERCHANT MARINE LEAGUE. Joseph G. Butler of Youngstown, O. Elected President. Youngstown, O. Joseph O. Butler, Jr., of this city, who has been elected president of the Merchant Murine League of the United States, has been, for many years general manager of the Drier Hill Iron & Coal company, and is a recognized authority on pig Iron. When the Bessemer Pig Iron association was first formed Mr. But ler was chosen as chalnnun, and he - ,J still occupies that position. He has ' been connected with Iron manufacture j since boyhood and is considered to be one of the chief authorities In the United States on blast furnaces, coke I am! iron ore matters. Mr. Butler Is reputed to be a keen student of mon j and affairs and long has been Inter estcd In tho work of the Merchant Ma ' rlne league. He succeeds Harvey D. i (loulder, who resigned tho presidency Victory for Norwegian Women. After grunting women the parlia mentary suffrage, Norway has I'.ujie u siep fin I her and voted to give all Wom en employed In the postal service the . same pay as the men Norwegian women hove struggled for this point for several years. Treasurers Guarded by Dogs. The treusures of the Louvre are now -inn.!, il by wutchdogs. PIVm MON-HS - HOf TAL. Discharged lai mi loctom Could Not Cure, Levi P. Brockway, 8. Second Ave., Anoka, Minn., says: "After lying for tflve months In a hospital I was dis charged aa Incur able, and given only six months to live. My heart was affect ed, I had smother ing spells and some times fell uncon scious. I got ao 1 couldn't use my arms, my eyesight waa Impaired and the kidney secretlnna were badly dis ordered. I was completely worn out and discouraged when I began using Doan's Kidney Pills, but they went right to the cause of the trouble and did their work well. I have been feeling well ever since." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo. N. T. BEGINNING EARLY. "I have already promised ten cousins to marry them. I can see I shall never get through all my divorces." Strictly Fresh Eggs. There are summer resorts, remote from any agricultural communities, where fresh farm products are even harder to obtain than In the city. It was at such a place that the new boarder, who had eaten four or five breakfasts there, began to wonder why the eggs were Invariably served fried. "See here?" he Inquired one morn ing of the genlnl colored man who waited upon him, "why do you always fry eggs here? Don't you ever boll them?" "Oh-oh. yes, sah!" responded the waiter, pleasantly. "Of co'se, yo' kin have 'em boile.l, If yo' wants 'em. But you know. Bah, yo' takes de risk!" Astonished Great Pianist. A collection of anecdotes of musical celebrities Just published at Lelpslc contains this one under the head of Anton Rubinstein. When the great pianist was making his tour of tho United States he sat one day In a railroad train looking out upon the scenery. Suddenly a man sitting across the aisle spat over Rubinstein's head out of the open window. The master drew back ami gazed In aston ishment and anger at the vulgar Amer ican, who smiled and said, soothingly: "Don't worry: I know my distance." He'd Pull Hard. "Senator Folker, who Journeyed to Albany at the risk of his life to cast the vote that doomed racing In New York, had collected a number of In atances of racetrack trickery," said an Albany legislator. "Discussing, ono day, the wny Jock eys so often sold races, he said that there was a Gloucester Jockey once, the rider of a favorite, who was over beard to say in a saloon, the night before the favorite ran: " 'I shan't win unless the reina break.' " ALMOST A 8HADOW. Gained 20 lbs. on Grape-Nuts. There's a wonderful difference be tween a food which merely tastes good and one which builds up strength and good healthy flesh. It makes no difference how much we eat unless we can digest It. It Is not really food to the system until It Is absorbed. A Yorkstate woman says: "I had been a sufferer for ten years with stomach and liver trouble, and had got so had that the least bit of food such as I then knew, would give me untold misery for hours after eating. "I lost flesh until I waa almost a shadow of my original self and my friends were quite alarmed about me. "First I dropped coffee and used Postum, then began to uso Grape-NutB although 1 bad little faith It would do me any good. "But I continued to use the food and have gained twenty pounds In weight and feel like another person In every wuy. I feel as If life hud truly begun anew for me. "I can eat anything I like now In moderation, suffer no 111 effects, be on my feet from morning until night. Whereas a year ago they had to send me away from home for rest while others cleaned house for me, this spring 1 have been able to do It myself all alone. "My breakfast 1h simply Grape Nuts with cream and n cup of I'ostum, with sometimes an egK and a piece of toast, but generally only Grape-Nuts and I'ostuin. And 1 can work until noon end not feel as tired us ono hour's work would huve made me a $ ear ago." "There's a Reason " Name given by I'ostum Co., Pattle Creek, Mich. Read, "The Road to W.n vllle," In pkgs. Ever read the above letter? A new . one appears from time to time. They are genuine, true, and full of human Interest. GOOD CAUSE FOR WRATH. Art Collector and Irritated Walter Had the Same Feelings. A Chicago art dealer waa talking about the wrath of William T. Evans, the New York collector upon whom so many bogus paintings have been Imposed. "He's awfully angry," said the art dealer, repressing a smile. "Some of his costliest pictures, you know, have turned out fakes. His blood bolla when he thinks of the way he haa been duped. p V "He told me the other day that he could hardly understand the rage that possessed him against every petty lit tle Inslgnflcant dealer that had cheat ed him. He said It was like the rage of a waiter that he had noted one afternoon at luncheon. "At luncheon, Mr. Evans said, he called his waiter's attention to a dead fly In some dish or other. "The waiter, aa he took the dish awsy, muttered with a malevolent look at the limp Insect: " 'I'd give a two-dollar bill If I knew for certain that this was the fly that's been buzzing about my nose all the morning.' " NO CHANCE TO BUNKO HIM. City Youngster Too Well Aware of the Wiles of Grafters. The baseball evangelist, the elo quent Billy Sunday, said during the revival services at Sharon. Pa,: "Keep good company. Nothing does the young more harm than bad so ciety. Only yesterday a farmer told me about a youngster of six or seven, a little country weeker, who bad as suspicious and mistrustful a heart as some old miser or crook. "This hoy was sent by a charity so ciety to spend a week at the farmer's. The farmer set out to meet him. but was late. He ran Into him half-way to the farm, trudging along the white road, a big burlap bng of luggage on his little bony shoulder. "The farmer held out his hands for the burlap bag. " 'I'll carry It, son,' he said. 'It's too heavy for you.' "'Go on!' said the little boy fierce ly. 'Clear out now. or I'll call a cop.' " SHE COULD NOT WALK Foi Months Burning Humor on Ankles Opiates Alone Brought Sleep Eczema Yielded to Cutlcura. "I had eczema for over two years. I had two physicians, but they only gave me relief for a short time and I cannot enumerate the ointments and lotions I used to no purpose. My ank les were one mass of sores. Tho Itch ing and burning were so Intense that I could not sleep. I could not walk for uearly four months. One day my hus band said I had better try the Cutlcura Remedies. After using them three times I had the best night's rest in months unless I took an opiate. I used one set of Cutlcura Soap, Oint ment, and Pills, and my ankles healed In a short time. It Is now a year since I used Cutlcura, and there has been no return of the eczema. Mrs. David Brown. Locke, Ark., May 18 and July 13, 1907." SING, BIRDIE, DON'TI Miss Yellem (about to sing) What is your favorite air, professor? Professor Fresh air and plenty of it! Good morning! Few Horses Used In China. The only places In China where horses are used to any great extent are Shanghai, Eslng-Tau and Tlen Tsin. Australian "walers," so called because they originate In New South Wales, are tho most popular. These horses are Imported iuto Shanghai in batches of from 20 to 60, are well ta ken care of on the voyage, and, ar riving In excellent condition, are put into use within a couple of weeks aft er arrival. And 8he Is Proud of It. Two ladles were lunching together one day, when one who Is a member of the Colonial Dames said to the oth er: "Why do you not Join the Co lonial Dames? You surely must be eligible" "Oh, yea," responded her friend. "I forget just now the name of my an cestor, but I know we have been de scending for many years." Kiully Rhodes, In Llppincolt's. COFFEE Five degrees of excel lence: good; better; line; finer; finest: all Schilling's Best. Your urm-cr rrturni your money if you don't like tt, we pay him. Hopeless. "Mr. and .Mrs. Splasher seem to set on very badly " 'Yes," answered Miss Cayenne. "ICb ono of those hopeless cases where a man thinks he knows all about horse races and a woman thinks she knows all about bridge." THE GOME AND SEE SIGN I JgL I iffyRgff?lEy mk w si gfRvixjPMBHar IBfl BvF urVufuEr sKfa aVvl iw'i (r sai gf gga Thin HiffTt in ponrmnnitly nttAched to tho front of tho main building of H the l.yilin E. Pinkham Medicine H Oompany, Lynn, Mass. H What Mors Tills Sl-rn Menu ? M It mean-: that public inspect inn of H tho Li 1 mi at ni y and met hods of doing H business is honestly desired. Itineana H that there is nothing a 1 unit the bun- H iness which Is not "open and above- H board." H It moans that a permanent invit a- H tion is extended to anyone to coma- H and verify any and all statements H mule in tho advertisements of Lydia H . 1 'inkliiun's Vegetable Compound. H Is it a purely vegetable compound H made from roots and herbs with- H out drugs ? H Come and See. H Do the women of America continu- H ally use as much of it as we are told ? H Come and See. H Was there ever such a person as H 1 ,il ia E. 1 'inkliain, and Is t lure any H Mrs. Pinkham now to whom sick; H woman are asked to write ? g Come and See. H Is tlig. vast private correspondence H with sick women conducted by H women only, and are the letters kept H strictly confidential r H Come and See. H Have they really got letters from H over one million, one hundred H thousand women correspondents? WM Come and See. H Have they proof that Lydia E. M Pinkham's Vegetable Compound haa H ii id I thousands of these women ? H Come and See. H This advertisement is only for H doubters. Ilie great army of women H who know from their own personal H experience that no medicine in the H world equals Lydia K. Pinkham's H Vegetable Compound for female ills H will still go on using and being lieu- H efited by It ; but the poor doubting, H Buffering woman must, for her own H sakc,he taught oonfldenoe.for she also H might just as well regtiin her health. H SICK HEADACHE I I Z -i Positively cured by gfl OUTERS r-,l",,;r,,,D; h They aliio relieve Die- H I ITTTI P treu f rom Dyepepela, In H 1 Itf P in Uerty H I I V W R Eating. A perfect i m- M SflV etly fur Dlitlneu, Nku H I KILLO. , DrowitlneM, Hud H H TMte In the Mouth, Cos. M BHH Pain In the m 1 1-1. 1- i ivnt. H They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. IrADTCD'tl Genuine Must Bear UArtltKd Fac-Simile Signature IHfe A&sf IbBJ defuse substitutes. j TOILET ANTISEPTIC I Keeps the breath, teeth, mouth and body H sntUeptically clean and free from un- healthy Kcrra-life and disagreeable odors, H which water, soap snd tooth preparations H slone cannot do. A . M germicidsl, disin- J Kfla feeling and deodor- "rl ftg izinf toilet requisite gtrfrcrfr A ga oellence and econ I LVlj j? H omy. Invaluable rTOT4pJJM? H for inflamed eyes, F",j,sasaSgg saW throat and nasal and p btv nsVW g uterine catarrh. At II JR H drug and toilet II MjB EL.9 gH lores, SO cents, or El B "t HRI Btfl by mail postpaid. nuiio uBfW' Hh Large Trial Sample Wmgggp m ITM "MS StTH Ul', axAUTV" BOOM aiNT f t flffi THE PAXTON TOILET CO., Boston, Miss. ji IIVK STOCK AND I V MISCELLANEOUS I Electrotypes I m ORF.AT VARIETY I ,-J ' ' FOR, SA1.K , A T THIC I il LOWEST PRICKS BY .1 A.N.gELLOGG NEWSPAPER CO. I 73 W. Adams St., Chicago 1 I A DAISY FLY KILLER f M LASTS THI EH- TIRE SEASON J ' It limit even- I lliloit rurilaMruy. I l iik (tin.. Ii iiaat, I o tea m ami iru- f iuioiu.1 Soldbvafe ( J iii'U i- ..r i-ii 1 lijr r J mull ,tpi.l fur J lll'MiU S....K i -i.u.r.. IIS U.K. I , ... Hr..lj,. I. CamMi.JnicI'o,!!; ! u:TJt? SongBooks,',';',ru;;' ,";;:.., SOUf Uii IkkiS.J l.irSI. kll. . H I . , .. , .. ..ill, .k. H'1IHV8,"I NEW LWllM4 lj pensions WZ&llZu?8r! fl 0EFIAMCE STARCH ZXSSyStSl I W. N. U, Salt Lake City, No. 33. 1008.