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II3SUGIIPM1 WAN TORE HER CLOTHES Tettifie She Wai Restored to Health by -Lydia E. Pinkham't Vegetable ' Compound. If alone, N. Y., " Lydia E. Pink "nam's Vegetable Compound bat cer- tainiy dona ma a 101 SCOUTS IN CAMP TWENTV-EIGHT FROM ABILENE II AI) A GOOD- TIME. , Swimming Waa the Greatest Ploaa- ore Military Routine Pre valle! in tamp Little BirkneM. .jaeasasw A boy always UKea to go camp ing. It doesn't make much difference what Unrf nf a nlnoa or where it it ofgoodlflrstbeard i,ocftted; JUBt B0 ne can.get away f !?J."m from borne and enjoy the works of girl and I always said that if lever had fe- nature. Camping is a great eauca male trouble I would , tlon for a boy. It teachea him to rely entirely upon himself to tee the real aide of life. To tay that the 28 boyt from Abilene bad good time would be putting It mild ly. Tbey not only bad a. good time, but enjoyed themselves every min- take it "I suffered from organic inflamma tion and would have spells when I would be in such pain that I would tear my clothes. One day my husband got the ute of the time, even though the neighbors in to see what the matter was "but they could not help me. My first thought waa for Lydia E. Pinkham a "Vegetable Compound and I sent my hus band out for it and toon u unui i was en tirely cured. I am a woman of perfect iealth and my health and happiness came from Lydia E. Pinkham ' medi cine. You may rest assured mat i ao all I can to recommend your wonaenui medicine to my friends. MRS. r RED BTONE, Route No. 3, Malone, w. X, The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots nd herbs, is unparalleled. It may oe used with perfect confidence by women who suffer from displacements, inflam mation, ulceration,tumors,irregulari ties, periodic pains, backache, bearing-dowu Jeeling, flatulency.indigestion, dizziness, r nervous prostration. Lydia E. Pink tutm's Vegetable Compound is the stan dard remedy for female ills. About the New Duck Law. The new federal restrictions on wild ducks and goose shooting are not quite aa stringent at first re ported. Huntert In this locality may kill wild ducks from October 1 to January 15. Tbe local hunters will enjoy the early fall shooting this season as the ew rulings of tbe department of agriculture do not become operative cmtil September 1 this year. Next year, however, there will be no booting before October 1. In mak ing tbe new ruling the department f agriculture divided the country Into zones. . Kansas and Missouri re in the,, southern zone rhich per mits shooting from October 1 to January 15. The northern zone, which takes in Nebraska, permits shooting from September 1 to De cember 15. ... . ';"r ' ,. .. ... '.' ' . iWh of A. J. Greene. Another one of our old and highly respected . residents passed away last Friday in the state hospital at To 3eka. A. J. Greene, who was in tbe barber business here for about 27 years, with the exception of one year which was spent in California about ten years ago, was born in Chenning county, New York, "March T. 1858. In 1881 he was married to Agnes L, Wood of Port Dodge, Iowa. To this union was born four children, Earle, Inez ' who died in" Infancy, Vere and Karl, the fun cral services were conducted Mon day afternoon in the A. 0. U. W, nail by Rev, Mr. Wlngerd. Solomon tribune. mercury was banging around .the 108 In the shade mark. V A c c The boys arrived in camp Mon day morning. By evening all of tbe tents were up and the little de tails of camp attended to, go that nothing could inteifere with the usual good time they bad planned to start on Tuesday morning. The hiKh wind made the work a little more difficult. " Most people wonder what the boys do all day long. Well, it's a bard question to answer. Some bikes were taken by the scouts, tbe hills were explored and the timber was searched for tbe different kinds of wood. Tbe boys made bat racks, clothes racks and numerous other things out of the sticks cut from the trees. No nails were used, as bpy scouts are taught to use only the products of nature, Swimming was the great feature with the boys. Twice a day every boy that desired went to tbe river, The river was about five feet at the deepest point. Ropes were stretch ed across the river and every boy was to stay between the ropes., If you ever saw, an' Interesting sight it was those 60 boys all In the water at the same time. Some of them could swim but most of them could not. And it was a big Job for one person to watch them. A diving board was placed and swimming races was , one of the features.., The bottom of the river was sand and while tbe current was strong, it was straight and a good place to learn to swim. . , ' Nine o'clock was bed time. The bugle was sounded and every boy 'was Boon scampering to his bed. His bed was one blanket laid upon then compelled to go w the foot of the line. ' . The newspaper business seems to be tbe most profitable for the boys. A poll was taken of the different Jobs tbe boys did and it was found that fourteen of tbem either work ed in newspaper offices or carried papers. Of tbe Sunday schools the Presbyterian led, out of the 52 boys in camp 28 of them attended' "the Presbyterian Sunday school. KAN SAS VETERANS OPPOSE PENSIONS Don't Want Money to Be Given to Confederates. . r a BOY SCOUTS HAVING GOOD TIME Ablfefne Boys Make Extitllent De portment Record. iProm Friday's Dally.) J. W. Howf returned this. after noon from the boy scout camp at Junction City. He reports the boys all well and having a good time. They will break camp Sunday even ing. . Tbe' boys of the Abilene company who are at the scout camp are fine ly drilled and Senator Joe Howe who has been in charge, says tbey have made an excellent record , for deportment. Not one of tbe boys has broken an order or received a demerit mark during the week and the company will be turned over to Scoutmaster Schilling this evening with an excellent record for the week. The, boys ar all well train ed, have a number of maneuvers tbey go through in a most, perfect manner.-r-Junction City Union. Junction City Thursday The oy scouts at the camp on the Wallle Clark farm are having a good time in spite of the hot weather. This morning the boys all went In swim ming, and had a good time splash ing around in the water. No defi nite program was arranged for this afternoon, because of the beat. There bas been no sickness at the camp although several of the boys became slightly indisposed through drinking too much water. John Lind, who is the cook in1 FOKG1VEX, BUT STILL WRONG Commander of Kansas Grand Army Tells Hob n Ills View of the Pending Bill Hobson Asked Statement.' Topeka, July 19, Kansas veter ans are. opposed to tbe Hobson bill providing ' for government pensions for confederate soldiers. J. N. Har rison, department commander of the Kansas G. A. R., representing the soldiers, has sent a notice to Rep re sentative Hobson, who introduced the bill, that ' Kansas was opposed to the proposition. The Hobson bill provided that the government should pay to the ex-confederate soldiers an-amount equal to the pensions now paid to the same soldiers by the different states. This would amount to about 7 million dollars a year. Representative Hobson wrote to Mr. Harrison asking what the Kan sas Union veterans thought of the proposal. In his reply Commander Harrison said: While I long since have forgiven my ex-Confederate brother for, tbe terrible ' mistake he made in trying to destroy, this Union of ours, and I have forgiven him' for the overt act which caused untold misery, and while be has my full sympathy, in his old and declining years, yet, sir, you should retaember and never forget it, that there was a right and there was a wrong; that the Union veteran was eternally right and the Confederate was eternally wrong. "You say it is fifty years since Appomattox. True, but nrty cen 'Tcmaa' Is As Gil As SIie';IiOo!i3 ' Ho woman wants in look old. Many In therr effort to look youthful resort to the' beauty dottor s'preetrlptione.Theirinie taketa that ih.-y viaitthe wrong department in UMdrajt slura. Beauty depends npnn health. W orry, sleepless nurbta, naniiacitca, point, dtseraers, Irresn. ora larltlea and weekneeeee .distinctly feminine character in a abort time bring tbe dull eye, the craw'a feet." the haggard look, dronpinv should era, aad the faltering let. . To retain the appearance of r.iuth you mint retain health. , Instead of kHiuoa, powders and paints, as your druggiat for BIL PIEMCE'S Favorite Prescription Thia famous medicine strike at the very root of these enemies of your youthful apuearanca, it makes you not only look young, but Zee young. .. Veer aVwast eesj eaanH ree la Ma'iid orlawiet roratier eeaaf SO mmm iwe etampe t Or. Merc' lnva;ld - Metcl ana aur- leal kMMtHte, Barialet at. V. aad trial kejfwill be exaHeel yeas. charge of the meals at the e&mp 1 turies would not make right out of has given the boys a fine bill of fare wr0ng. Time will not put Judas Is this week and be knows Ijow to rriot In the same class with St provide for a camp of boys. In the camp are 68 boys ana tney- nave fair appetites at every meal."' The boys each have their tin plate, knife, fork and spoon and cup, and they march up to the cook with; their pan and get their meal. Mr,. Lind has been an army cook, bas cooked for: a number of camping .parties and knows what Is good to eat when out in the woods. . Junction City Thursday .' Last evening out at the boy scout camp the evening was known as Indian night. Sergt. Hale, one of the vetr erans of a number of Indian' cam- the ground with another blanket palgns, visited the camp, the guest tnr a rnvorlnov Mnai nf thnm Blent Of Rev. Mr. Hart, ana alter tne PIF.IPLES 170ULD in i BUR AID ITCH Over Body and Head. Sore Spots . on Arm ana Shoulders. Scratched ' Until They Bled. After Using Cu ticura Soap and Ointment a Week, Eczema Left Her. I , ,aseBa-ae.,ww-B, 13 fl. Hackley St., Muncle, Ind " ""Whor, my little girt was a tiny baby she aaroke out la little fine pimple here and fer over the body and head. They would about tbe ilxe of a quarter after they 'waa broken out and would form a scab ?a a week or more. Then the acaba wnuM sln to peel off. The disease would Itch ad give her much trouble. As she grew 'alder they would spread until some places -weuld be as large sa a half dollar. Her adothes seemed to make the sores bum and 11. The sore spot were on the top of her aw and two on her shoulders. She would anratch them until they would bleed. Some Mimes in combing her hair It would come out. " ' "l "sod Tor a while but It did not i suuu to be any good and I used also -without result. 8he continued to break out "wtth the ecsema until I wrote for a sample rf Culicura Soap and Ointment and used "" I purchased some more and the scab "eaane off and I could comb thrm out of her Jaalr and It healed up Jurt finely. After twaaag Cutlcura Soap and Ointment a week -Mm eczema left her." (Signed) Mrs. Laura Orayes, Nor. 57, 1812. . . For treating poor complexions, red. rough "Abends, and dry. thin and faulag hair, CuU ajsara Soap and Cuticura Ointment hare been , -the world's favorites for more than a gen owallon. Sold br dnurliti nH to.i. rtJtroughout the world, liberal sample of '- mailed free, with 32-p. Bkin Book. Ad axStwa pout-card "Cutteura. Dept. T, Boston.' at ho share and shampoo wJ t h Ctt 5 :Vut Smp wa Had It beat fur sJUn aadsijv i out in the open. Two boys gener ally slept together so a boy only bad to carry one blanket. A lot of straw bad been thrown on the ground which helped some.. It isn't necessary to say that they didn't go to sleep right away for a good many of them had to talk a little longer but they were not noisy. It was an Interesting sight to see fifty boys strung out along the ground all 'sleeping that sleep that comes from a hard day's work of having a good time. 4 Six o'clock was getting up time. But with very few exceptions every boy was wide , awake long before that time. , However they were not allowed to dress until tbe bugle sounded the hour of six. The boys were soon up, dressed, washed and ready for breakfast, which was at ? ! o'clock. It might be well to add that tbe boys did not always awake so early because they did not Want to sleep, but it was hard to com bat the sun shining down upon tbem together; with the flies that always get busy about sunrise. After breakfast one hour 'was spent in writing home, cleaning up the tents and straightening things up for tbe day. ' A blue ribbon 'was given to the patrol having the neat est tent, and a red to second best. The Wolf patrol, of which Vaughn Dyer is leader, who the first blue ribbon. The next day, the' Otter patrol led by Paul Jef fcoat, won the blue while the Wolf patrol took the' red. The Junction City boys took the second prize one day. Meal time was one of tbe most In teresting sights of the camp. The entire camp was called together, and each patrol was placed in ranks. Each boy -carried his own plate, knife and fork, spoon and cup. They marched In a line to the cooking place and were "served Individually. No boy was served the second time until all had been served. Any boy who . came w'.th a t'.rt? p!a:fc was thea-ccmp?2:c ta it,' tni stars and stripes were taken down from the staff the boys gathered in a circle around Sergt. Hale who was seated on a camp stool and be told of several of the Indian 'fights he was In. He told of the campaign with Custer and tbe other plains men, then of the battle of Wounded Knee, up in the Dakotas, and then told of the Cuba campaign. At the darkness came on the stories of the fights with tbe Indians became more vivid. Many of the boys got pretty close to the old scout and he had a most attractive audience. Even the old folks were interested and tbe boys will long remember the stories Peter. And, my dear Hobson, neitn er sympathy nor maudlin sentiment nor political aspiration should ever induce a Inember of congress or an American citizen who loves his country and the old flag, either by word, act or intimation, to lead or encourage anyone at any time, now or In thel'future, to think or believe that any man or set of men who dare fire on the old flag, either in the present, past or future, ia any thing, but ft traitor and need never hope to be rewarded by the govern ment he tried to destroy." GRASSHOPPER POISON KILLED OVER HALF Dodge City, July 19. That from 50 to 60 per cent of the grasshop pera have been killed i thls county is the report of P. W. Claassen, en tomologist of the state university Mr. Glaassen made a 40-mile drive through the counjty today and says the number of dead hoppers is al most increditable. At a farmhouse surrounded by corn fields he estimated that there were, from 10,000 to 15,000 dead where they had crawled to the shade of the bouse after being poisoned by the parls green and bran spread by the farmers Monday He1 advises another general spreading of . the told them by the oM scout who! poison and believes It would result DIET AND HEALTH HINTS By D. T. J. ALIEN rood Special let . CHANGING DRINKING WATER Dr. W. E. Evans saya that In jurious effects following changes In drinking water are not due to difference In the chemical com position of the water, as waa formerly supposed, but to the fact that' we become adapted to antldotlng certain germs that abound In water, as in food, and that the system cannot readily antidote a different class of germs found In different water. It Is for the same reason, no doubt, that germs residing In our own bodies may cause us no : harm, while we may be unable to withstand , the attacks of those conveyed from others. And the same applies to'food and hence the Injurious effect of ' an extravagantly mixed and con stantly varying diet, and hence, also, the benefit derived from the monodiet, especially In sickness. j f ft l C U you mi bnttiMM end I T wnl U. S I H K """S thl poor fcurM ol ysurt of tho till .r. C I1 t i rurne iboulden, neck oreo'lar Mil, ' A it WW LI, .11 d experimenting endietetwx 0 TlnONLVnlnfiriA.itArliMit. Drufrliti or b mall m-naa. TrUI hoi 4c. Tramt J Klmolin Co., Gu. A, AW1.M, Kn, CHICHESTER S PILLS e, THK DIAMOND KKANU. a Ladles! Asa reer Uranlai rr a Chl-ekee-ter s IManoal UreneA 1 mm IT Pllle la Ut4 end 4loM meulllc bout, leaJed villi Blue Ribboa. Take ae ether. Bar efjreer lraHt Atkrnr UI-4 lfkH.T1 DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for & rem knows Bert, Safest. Always Reliable SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE Reunion In 1938?, The veterans at Gettysburg seem old, but it is certain tba some of them will be there twenty-five years hence to celebrate the seventy-fifth anniversary of the battle. Some time ago we mentioned the faclt that jBakeman,- the last soldier of the revolution, lived eighty-six years af ter peace was signed, or until 1869. Kronk, tbe last survivor of the war of 1812, lived more than ninety years after the last battle waa fought. A dozen Bunker Hill veterans beard Webster speak on' the three quarter century jubilee of that bat tle. Pension' bureau estimates name 1955 as tbe year In which the last soldier of the civil war will die. As the seventy-fifth anniversary of Gettysburg will be in 1938, there ought to be a fairly good rally . of time-worn veterans on that memor able field.-r-Philadelphla Ledger. PARISIAN SAGE FOR THE HAIH Unsightly matted t-colorless scraggy hair made fluffy -soft abundant , and radiant with life at once. Use Parisian Sage.- It comes in 50c bottles. The first BDolication removes dandruff. Btope itching scalp, cleanses the hair, takea away the dryness and brittleness, increase the beauty of the hair, making it wavy and lustrous. 'Everyone needs Parisian Sage, J. M. GLEISSNKR ft SON. RAILWAY TIME TABLES. UNION PACIFIO Eaatboued No. 110.......... .. 2:45 a. m. No. 102.. 4;31 a. m. No. 104.............- 11:13 a. m. No. 108 ...... . . 1:10 p. m. No. 166........................6: 15 p. m. No. No. No. No. . Wetitboand . ....,,.........2 : 1 0 a. m. 107r.... 2:3S p. m. 103 3:22 p. 109 10:33 p No. 1 65....,:.. .. ..........6 : 4 5 a. m. m. m. Bring your poultry and egga to 3reen Bros., corner Second and Mul berry. Highest market price. 27wtf WICHITA FILES SUIT AGAINST 87 RAILROADS ROCK ISLAND . Eastbonnd ' 536 Passenger. 11:12 a. m. ..... 566 Local Freight. ..... .3:00 p. m. Westbound 636 Mail and Express.'. . .6:45 p. r. 565 Mixed ........... .10:26 a. m. spent many nights on the plans with tbe sky aa his covering. Fire at Hutchinson. . Hutchinson,- July 19. A terrific electrical storm, accompanied by a deluge of rain, broke the,- long drought here last night. Lightning caused five fires, the most serious of which destroyed the Rock Island elevator. ' The loss Is estimated at $10,000. ' - -' The King of All Laxatives. ' For constipation, headaches, indi gestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. King's New Life Pills. Paul Mathulka. of Bunaio, n. y., says they are the "King of all laxatives. Th.ey are a blessing to all my family and I al ways keep a box at home." Get a box and get well. Price 25c. Rec ommended by J. M. Glelssner ft. Son Vf" languid, weak, run downT Headache? Stomach "off"? A Rood remedy is Burdock Blood Bitters. Ask your druggist. Price $1.00. r'CrCNC, ooiinp, scaling Salt Rheum is cured, by Hood's yarsaparilla tbe great and unequalled remedy for every kind of SKIN DISEASE?. For any Itchiness of the skin, for skin rashes, chap, pimples, etc., try Doan'a Iintment. 50c at all drug stores.- t Ohildron OrV fV f in the extermination of the hoppers in this county, UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH CONFERENCE AT LAWRENCE Lawrence, July 19. To the quiet and comfort of Woodland park have come a number of people gathered from all over Kansas to spend ten days In religious study and the dis cussion of church - problems. The summer conference - of the United Brethren church is expected to at tract a large number of the mem bers of that denomination living In the eastern part of the state. A number of the visitors will camp in the park during tne ten days and preparations bave been go ing forward for a number of days for their entertainment here. FRIENDS FEED PRISONERS LIQUOR THROUGH HOSE, Pittsburg,. July 19. The Pitts burg city Jail holds several boot leggers and jolntlsts. As they knew how to lift the lid outside Jail, they devised a way to lift it inside. Mayor Skourup discovered that whisky and beer were delivered to thirsty occu pants of cells from tbe outside by means of a piece of hose and a fun nel. The liquor brought by some sympathizing friend was poured in the bore. Tbe mayor bas ordered I the Jail windows acreesed. Wichita, July 19. A suit In which 87 railroads, representing several million dollars' worth of capital, are named as respondents was filed Thursday with the inter state commerce commission of the traffic bureau of the Wichita busi is association. The respondents include practically 'evary , big rail road and many small ones in the United States. The suit is to secure a rate on car load shipments of br.ooms from Wichita to points on tbe Pacific coast. The tariff now in force does not provide for car load shipments, but has a regular rate for less than car load, shipments. Rata at Dodge City. Dodge City, July 19.....The drought in this county waa broken, at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, when tv good rain started Tbe tempera ture, which lias been around or over 100 degrees for two weeks, dropped forty degrees. ' SANTA FB HouthDonnd 810 Freight........... 3:16 p. m. 806 Passenger ....... .11:00 a, m. 808 Freight.... ,1:50 p. m, . Northbound 307 Passenger.......... 8:07 a. m. 309 Freight.... 11:00 a. m. 811 Freight ......... .18:45 p. m. Salina Branch Leave for SaUna - 317 Mixed............. 8:20 a. m, 819 Mixed..... 18:06 r m. 831 Mixed ....... ......4:06 p. m. Arrive from Salina 818 Mixed .......'.....7:65 a. m. 880 Mixed .....10:65 a. m. 88 Mixed 8:10 D. m. ABILkNl'8 BOCIE-riE.1 ROYAL ARCH MASONS Cyrus Chas ter No. 25 meets In Masonic- hall on the second and fourth Fridays- of eacb month. P. W. Morse. H. P.: Josenh EL Keel, Secretary. . A. P. A. M. Benevolent LOdg-e No. 8 meets first and third Monday even Inn in each month at Masonic halL corner Third and Spruce. H. H. Keel. W. is..,', J. I worley, secretary; Visiting- brethren welcome. Ofe PeirJesG Laxative Are has ita attractions no' less than youth In a more serene and quieter life. But it is this verv life of rest without sufficient exercise that brings with it those disorders that arise from In activity. Chief of these are a chronic, persistent constipation. Moat elderly people are troubled In this way. with accompanying symptoms of belchinc drowsiness after eatino-. headaches and general lassitude. Fre quently there is dlffloulty of digestins; even light rood. Much mental trouble ensues, as it is hard to find a suitable remedy. First of all the advice may be riven that elderly people should not use salts, cathartic pills or powders, waters or any of the more violent pnnraUve. What they need, women as weil as men. Is a mild laxative tonic, one that is pleasant to and yet acts without 1 i;e remsdy tt f "! sT these re- e,uirmeitt, a-ai tits ia auuitiua tonic properties that strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels. Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which thousands of eUerly peo ple uue, to the exclusion of ' all other remedies. Trustworthy people like Mat- tie Little. Kansas City. Kas., and Jos: Miller, Junction City, Kas., say ther take it at regular intervals and In that way not only maintain general good -health, but that they have not In years felt as good .as they do now. Tou will. do well to always have a bottle of It In the house. It Is rood for all the family. Anyone wlshta to make a trial of this remedy before buying it In the rerular way of a drueelst at fifty cents or one. dollar a larre bottle (family eise) can have sample bottle sent to the homo free ef charge by B'mpir adi)reinr I-r. W. H.' Caldwell, 40S Washington St. Monties! lo. 111. Tour name and adAre on a postal etura will da.