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Pago Ten msamssmsmaaaaaaaa I Professional Cards DR. L. G. KIMZEY Office at While'- Drag Store ' Residence 1503 star Route St. Res. phone 36, Office phone 121 J. L. GILLELAND, M D. Res. Tel. 2373 Office Tel. 6 Office on Alder St. ! Diseases of Women and Obstetrics Specialist DR. M. J. BEISTEL Physician and Surgeon Large X-Ray for Diagnosis Special treatments for eye, ear. nose and throat diseases—Glasses fitted H. F. NEWBROUGH, D. C. Doctor of Chiropractic 114-15 Fire! National Bank Bldg. Calls Answered Office phone 32 lies, phone 1734 DR. LOIS M. FEAR Osteopathic Physician and Burgeon Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays Realty Bldg.'. Phones: 66 and 3 D. O. Dow Neal E. Dow DOW & DOW Attorneys at Law Realty Bid . over Corner Drug Store Thos. Xeill F. E. Banger NEILL & SANGER Attorneys at Law First National Bank Bldg. DR. A. A. ROUNDS Dentist Office in Emerson Building Phone 63 DR. A. E. HUDSON Dentistry Dental X-Ray Equipment Office ,New First National B'k ltldg. Phono 166 DR. FRED D. JOHNSTON Dentist Office in Emerson Building Phone 333 W. H. STRAUB ,fs£—mm& Optical Specialist V?-^*2§*&!!a* Glasses Guaranteed Room 3, Emerson Building Phone 3681 DR. FREEMAN L. BALL Eye Specialist jj^^^^^^gi Graduate McCormick jf^^jSfcT^Me.liral College, Cbi fe^F Jw eiL-o, 111., lor Kyes and _~s~*^ Nerves IT'S GOOD FOR YOU HAZELWOOD BUTTERMILK FOR SALE AT IDE CIII CLUB We are now prepared to supply Ice Cream Bricks Any flavor at 50c a Brick Button's SCOUTS (Conducted l.v National Council of/ th« Hoy Bcouta of America.) LEAD WORLD IN NUMBER. The Boy .Scouts of America Is at present showing the highest member ship record since the organization of the movement eleven and one-half years ago. It numbers at present al most half a million men and boys actively engaged in scouting, a number larger, According to the latest figures available from the International Scout bureau at London, than the total membership of scouts in all the rest of the world put together. The International Scout bureau at London has compiled the following statistical record of scout membership throughout the world, among countries which are affiliated with the bureau. There are several other active associa tions which are not yet affiliated and whose numbers are therefore not at present available. These unaffiliated countries are Armenia Argentine, Brazil, Chile, China, Greece] Japan, Panama, Roumanlu and Uruguay. Name of Organization Number Boy Scouts of America 628,119 Austria 1.7V4 Boy Scouts de BClglque 3,115 B. P. Belgian Boy Scouts i ■'■" Brazilian Catholic Scouts 16] British Empire 324,7<0 (':;'■■ Slovakia 6,000 mark fi.lliO lionla i.ostl Eclalreurs de Frame No report Eclalreurs I nlot tea de France ... 3,800 Scouts de France 2,000 Holland 4.W2 Hungary 8,800 Italian National Scouts 10,000 Italian Catholic Scouts 4,.<« l Latvia iki Liberia s.v.) Luxembourg Scouts tin) Luxembourg Catholic Scouts 448 Norway 5,185 Peru No report Poland 30,000 Portugal 120 Serbia 1,000 Spain 28,000 Sweden 6,000 Switzerland 3,000 A SCOUT IS BRAVE. lie has the courage to face danger In spite of fear, and to stand up for the right against the coaxings of friends or the jeers or threats of enemies, and defeat does not down him, and somebody has expressed pretty much the same Idea In the fol lowing poem. The test of a man Is th,- fight he makes. The grit that he daily shows; The way he stands .a, his feet and takes Fate's numerous bumps and blows; A coward can smile when there's naught to fear, When nothing his progress bars. Hut It takes a man to stand up and cheer While some other fellow stars. It Isn't the victory, after all, But the light that a brother makes; The man who, driven against the wall. Still stands up erect and takes The blows of fate with his head held high, Bleeding, and bruised, and pale, Is the man who'll win tn the by and by, For he isn't afraid to fall. : It's the bumps you ret, and the Jolts you set, And the shocks that your courage standi, Tho. hours of sorrow and vain regret, The prize that escapes your hands, That test your mettle and prove your worth; It Isn't the blows you deal. But the blows you take on the good old j earth That shows If your stuff'ls real. —From the Three Partners. BOY SCOUT CAMP UNDER WAY. i ■ - Th- big scout camp In the Inter state park In New York and New Jer '. sey Is opened again for the season. It is expected that approximately 2,000 scouts will be the dally count In this enormous camp. There will be a nine weeks' camp ing season which will probably ac commodate more than 6,000 boys. One of the most Interesting features of the camp will be the museum In charge of •'Uncle Benny" Hyde who will again manage I be Museum, nature study work of the entire camp. A friend of the movement has contributed a thousand dollars to further the nature Instruc i tion In order to "coax, hire or trans port bodily" the best available Bcien j title experts. The boys privileged to participate In this huge and happy camp, whose law Is scout law and whose program Is the scout program, will have a never-to-be-forgotten, ex j perience. ,—, ! TEACH ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION Oovernoi Oroasbeck of Michigan re cently recommended that every child In Detroit should be taught ho« to Induce artificial respiration. Boy | scouts, who were already expert In the Schaefer methods and others who I were given thorough special Instruc tion, were In turn, placed In charge i of classes in artificial respiration held '. In the different schools of the city. j GET FIVE ACRES FOR PRESENT. A troop In East Auburn, Cal., has recently been made the happy recipi ent of,a nve-aere tract of land. The boys are building,,log cabins, one for each patrol and an extra large cabin big enough to hold a hundred scouts. There Is a fine spring on the land and ' the troop is planning to utilize Its cra ter supply by building a large bathing ; camp. They aren't stingy with their blessings either. They have Issued an Invitation to any -ait.- who want to I cum ii. anil untov their cuiuu. AaAK.' <3SfiHAr\ BONNER. ■ ■ COTYlrjhT rt VOTIKN hivvuu union - ■ ——" ZEBRA SWALLOWTAIL. "1 heard that Mr. Tiger Swallowtail was boasting the other day," said Mr. Zebra Swallowtail, "or If he wasn't boasting he was telling some of the ' habits of the family. "I'd like to do that, too. I'd like to show that I was like a fine animal and that I had an Interesting family Dame and a still more Interesting fam ily look. "We really do look like zebras. Yes, we really do. Of course, most people know that zebras are something like horses and that they have black and white stripes and long flowing tails. "The zebras look like that, not the j horses. The zebras are simply like the horses in general shape, though they are much smaller than horses. "Now of course we don't look like horses at all. Not at all. ; , ,j . • "But we do look something like zebras, just as .Mr. Tiger Swallowtail looks like a tiger In bis markings, "We have green ami black stripes and long, long tails. Of course we haven't tails such as animals have, ] but, If you take a look tit us you'll see the kinds id' tails we have, and that | they're tails all right, even if they don't look like the,' tails of animals. "And why should they look like the the tails of animals? We aren't ani mals nnd so there Is no reason why we should have tails as they have. "But still I did say that we bad tails something like the tall of a zebra as far as having a good long tail was concerned. "Of course, our tails amount to noth ing when compared to theirs, but we couldn't go along through life with tails the length of zebras' tails. "There would be no butterfly left but We'd simply be all tails If we did any ' thing like that. "And that would never do. It would most certainly never do to have all if /j Mr**- ' "It Is Fine to Be Striped." tails and no butterflies! It would never do at all. "But It is line to be Striped and to look an interesting animal. "Gracious, goodness, mercy me, we don't want to let people think thai the Tiger Swallowtail is the only butter fly with a line animal name. "And we don't want people to think that the Tiger Swallowtail is the only creature with markings like an animal. "One thing is pleasant though to think about And that is that no one can mistake us for any other kind of butterfly, once they know a zebra butterfly, it Is easy to know one the next time. "We are certainly clearly marked, ami that is tbe way we like to be. We don't care for quiet, dull shades of wi..,; dress. We care for bright and distinct <•• -lines. "Ami i Inct means what one can see clearly. "Yes, every time one sees a Zebra Butterfly and knows thai there is such a butterfly as a Zebra Butterfly one know a Zebra Butterfly the next time one sees a Zebra Butterfly. "And Mr. Tiger Swallowtail mustn't think he is tbe only creature with a name like an animal. I don't believe he does really think so, but he mustn't be the only one allowed to tell his story, for 1 want to tell the story of tlie Zebra Butterfly who looks like the Zebra. "We have scent organs with which to protect ourselves when we are younger than we are now. "These scent organs give forth scent which Is not pleasant. So Mr. Skunk needn't feel that he Is the only creature with that kind of way of protecting himself. The caterpillars have this way too, yes, indeed, most of them have '. "We each look like the ground and the surrounding country In color when we are ln our chrysalis state as we want to be safe then, too. "You see we're pretty wise as well | as so tine as to our family name. "Yes, the Zebra Butterfly Is a pretty wise buttterfly and knows quite a lot I about getting on ln the world. "But I must be off now or I'll be late for a party to which I tun In vited." In a Different Class. Little Elnore —What does your papa do? Little Florence He's a horse floe. tor. I Little Elnore —Then I guess I'd bet ter not play with you; I'm afraid you . don't belong to our set. Little Florence- I don't see why. What does your papa do? Little Elnore— He's a veterinary THE PULLMAN* HERALD Don't go to California i ' —! To keep warm. You can be cosy and comfortable - right here by using one of our pipeless furnaces. The price is $230 installed, complete, including con crete base a* a* a* 41 No payment asked until furnace is in and You Are Satisfied HAMILTON'S HARDWARE PULLMAN, WASH. ' WELCOME « September 20, 1920 If there's anything more pleasant than ar riving at college for the first time it's getting back to the old school after vacation. Renew ing old friendships and making new ones are a great part of the pleasure. ! That's true on the campus and it's equally true at our store. If you know it already you'll naturally feel like it's an old friend; everyone does. Even if you enter it for the first time you'll find a spirit of friendly welcome and you'll meet a lot of old friends—Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes, Stetson hats, Manhattan shirts, Bostonian shoes. Everybody knows them; everybody likes them, too. We want you to feel at home here; make use of our store as a meeting place; let us be of service to you. Come in and see us at your earliest convenience. Sincerely yours, THE TOGS CLOTHES SHOP Pullman ' II ii Lrwuton Mdkow ' Colf.x ....: fM**. Septenthc^-.