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4 1 AH: "T THE BE AVER COUNTY WKEKLY PRESSTlDEAVElC UTAII FRECKLES til Royalty Fond of SporC t.i- Another member '. of the British royal family who' hat been taking a keen Interest In sport it Prince Albert He hat lately ,been seen WaKon heath,- ya golf with much keenness. In spite of hit enthusiasm, however, he admits that so far he is to use his own words "a rotten player ... Princess Mary, whose love for hunt-lu- g has called forth much admiration, fully deserves TKetl'tle of "the open-a- ir princess," which was once givon her. Young as she i,Khe can hold her own la ioKtports. Her training Includes every game and athletic accomplishment adjudged suitable for her. She can drive, ride, swim, cycle, dance, play golf and hockey, cook,' sew and turn out the daintiest of In the Sandrlngham model dairy forherJather's early tea and toast before his morning ride with her. Indianapolis Star. v lUm b As Tim to Get f Thm Vfy Seti ThareM he hate the aHcatest ml tt feettag aabanee ef Twa fneklaa, ea Olhtaa aoubi, te Mww the hiaaily atnaftk to ewaate sets. - Slejpty aa UM ef Othlee. eoaele . ctrmctk froa year drucsiat, sad applj t Uttt - ef It ea4 aed see should autntM sight the wont freckles bare bit in te disthat d vuML-amm hare welte the lighter appear, It la Mldom that aaore thaa or eoace B aatdae to eeaastetely etaer the drta gain tt .a ul nnnn Mnni nn mi where-ae--pla- na ri th i te uk for the doable etiesgtb Otblae, Be M tfcla Is seld under gunnies of eKeT Wt to restore greckles, Ade. tails It If Lrr. bnt-ter-pa- ts Hit Experience. One druggist doesn't make a summer, but his soda fountain enables any railroad -- experience J" "sure," earn ne. rve run a pump htm to turn out a good many swal- At gAKMlae station." a Save the Babies MOOT AUTT frightful We ean hardly nallM that born ta civilised coon trie, twenty --two per cent, die before they reach eoe year, thlrty-eeve- a before before they ere fir and one-ha- lf or more than ene-thir-d, one-quart- er, per cent rtoerarefilWl not hesitate to tay that a finely nee of CaetorU mold save these preciout Uvea. Neither de we hesitate to say that many many of Infantile deaths ere occasioned by the we of nareotia preparations. of these T We fie Drops, tinctaree aad toothing syrups soli (or children's eompUinta eontaia more er lets opiuss or aaorphine. They ere, la considerable quantiUes. deadly poisons. la soy quantity, they stupefy, retard circulation sad lead tecengestJoas, skkaees, death. There ean be bo danger la the ate of Css- toria U it been the eignatnre ox cuss. u. netcner m contains no oputes er nareoaci ei any una.. Oesnlae Oastoria atways aware tteelcMtwre of CROP LACK OF RftlHFALt SEOUTS lNr..l ENTIRE WEST, WITH EXCEPTION OF TEXAS, SUFFERING FROM 'J Another letter received "it national headquarters .suggests a criticism. " 7 This letter states: "There is hardly a week that some business house does not baTe some plan to offer for using our organisation t sell goodH.T-r;f:;7v.:7'It is an unfortunate fact tbat so many men have failed to understand that the ideal of service wrought Into the boy scout movement is . entirely free of the spirit of gain. ; The scout good turn which takes on te so many forms and has eves-rlae- a the high plane of national service in the time of war cannot be bought It is not devised to help increase the fains of any person or business or in stitution. It is helpfulness outside or 7:7 field of yommetrhillsiB,'-.- . uivestocK Forced to Seek High Alti tudes Early in Season, but Feed Hat Been Reported to be. - fy It is true that scouts can work for money. But It Is equayy true tnai neither a scout nor a trdop should be r worked tof tiaoney, and no concern try to break down that ;, fine distinction. 7: If a boy scout does any one of the many honorable things a boy can do for business concerns and for others to earn money, he does It as a boy, sot at a boy scout J- , SEA SCOUTS IN TRAINING. Up to Dad. She "What will our Income be divorce case) Mr. Gothls, did your wljen we are marrledr He "Whatever yoor father thinks best" Lamb. wife ever bit you with anything? - Ur. Oothls Sorefc she did, with ' Quite Naturally. "How did the play about the amateur cook pan out?" ' It takes a lot of salve to turn a crank. "Oh, tt had a lot of' good roles." , Tee fiameneus to Meatien. Lawyer (examining his client la a , . Ample. ViniMmHy hlf;h twni)eratureit for this tiiiii- - .f Df ritir.il situittloii for crops and cattle the western, states, according to J. Cecil Alter, nietcrologlut In charge ol the Salt Lake office of the United .States weather bureau. Mr. Alter de. ScrJUwlUb 4ofldUien Mnilay as loiiows: . "June wan exceptloniUU' dry over the western Ktates generally, excepting on ly. In Texas and part of New Mexico. ine temiterature was els-- abnormally hljju during the latter half of the 'mouth, and these conditions coupled with a shortage of anow for Irrigation purjxwes in the s mountains nave drought situation, esueclully on . the lower ranges, natures, and dry land areas, Short crops of alfulfa hay are threatened In many localities, and ere act ually at hand In others, due to lack of water ; and native hay is not doing very well. There U already some eon cern as to the outlook for winter feed, ami. rain niust come In. thejnoUllHtant future to assure a growth on the open Winter ranges. Livestock, especially idieep, have gone In large numbers to the higher range earlier, than, uxual. where feed and moisture have been ample. Hence the, more mature anl mals have put on flesh in a satisfactory manner, and are In practically all cases reported in good condition at the close of the month. Lambs have not done so well."." iret ill "- -- - msL Twenty-eigh- t product i Let us send you a Swift "Dollar". It will interest you. . , Address Swift ft Company, . Union Stock Yards, Chicago, PL 'i :' Company, U.S. A. Oil! wttxtt 0 - It Is for want of application rather And there never was a story wl than of meant that men fall of sucout two sides to both tides of It, cess. Rochefoucauld. 5 J ! OLD JAGE STARTS I WITH YOUR KIDNEYS i ( - the dlxpotia? 'I . on Independence pay. There wa no deroonstra- - Bdenee tsye thst oM sg be fins with weakened kidneys and digestive organs, " This WW tree. It Is easy to believe kidneys and dles-ti- vs 'that by keeping the and la proper work organs cleansed big order old ago eaa be deferred and hfi prolonged far beyond that enjoyed by the avenge person, Tor ever 200 years GOLD 1TEDAL ' old-tim- . ) srtloa and enables the ergsnt te threat off the poimon irhlch eanae prematura ok age. New life and trtorU iacrsse ss yoa coatinoe the treatment. Whsa completely restored eooUnn taklre a or two esch day. GOLD MjD epile Al Haarlem Uu (Japsulee wul keep yoa La health and vigor and prevent a return of the dlsesse. Do not wait until old ate er sesse have settled down for good. At the first sign that your kidneys are not working propeny, ro te year aruggtat ana get a box of GOLD MEDAL Uaarlein Oil Capsules. Money refunded it they do not help yoa. Three slics. Bat remember to ask for the eritiaal Imported GOLD MEDAL brand, la sealed pack' ages. ' . aaaateaaesaliSi intneelisi' Cuticurd R-3- tmper-dirtglh- - Wo 1 -, were assigned In Minneapolis by L. S. . Basrlea Oil has brea relieving the weaknesses and disability doe te advancDele, scout executive, to take cere ef tlon of "reds" the e agalnxt government ing year. It la a standard the stations In 14 parka on . home remedy and needs no istrodoctioB. 4. the hnd rumored of Jnly "reign should "feeding of birds usually GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil is Inclosed in odorless, tasteless capsules containonly be done after storms or during terror' flwtted,- "1f "any 'such trouble severe .weather," says, Mr. Dale. The were planned MoclullKts and adher ing about O drops each. Take tbem as you would a pUL with a swallow ef Idea Is' to keep the birds with us, but ents of Tom Mooney held a number of watet, The ell stimulates ths kidney made not to overfeed them. During mild meetlngai and five arrests at one of the Mmmey gatherings. weather they are generally able to Hard te Lsarn Golf. ' make their own living, but this has "How long have you played golf J" ' : Dirigible been an exceptional season, end the Completes Flight "About 15 year.", V, natural food supply for birds bat about "You must play It mighty well by Mlneola, N. Y. Great Britain's been exhausted. . , the first lighter-- ' now. "There are 1.800 boy seoyts lnjoe than-a- lr "Not at alL - But after Tve played machine .to cross the Atlantic city, and every one of them Is Inter? ocean, anchored here at Itotmevelt fly It 15 or 20 years more If I keep on ested to the' protection of birds. It Is field 9:54 a. m. Sunday (1:54 Improving at the same rate at I have at ing hoped that the scouts will open the p. m. mean time),, after an been In the past, I expect to be able eyes of the public generally to the ne- aerial nreen,wltiof liHTboum and 12 to shoot a fairly decent game." voyage In affording this cessity of which covered SSO knolB.or, minutes protection to bird Ufa in oyr parka". WHY. DRUGGISTS EECKZHIfl apiroxlinntely 9m land nillen. The city parks of Los, Angeles will In the future bear living testimony to the memory of Theodore, Roosevelt U, the form of trees ta be furnished and planted by troops of boy scouts. These ' trees will be 88 In number.' The first 80 troops (there are 120 troops under the Los Angeles scout council) to sign up at headquarters will each have the honor of planting an,. oak tree, at the foot of which will be placed a bronze tablet Inscribed si follows: "Planted Arbor day, ,1019, , Los Angeles Boy by. Troop No. Scouts of America, la bonor of Theo' . dore Roosevelt." . goods in process of curing and the workihg supply necessary to assure the consumer a steady flow of finished i. the allied nowers." troops of boy scouts Radicals Oulet HARK ROOSEVELT TREES.!- - instorage1' . ' "::r--r2- Promotes TTnir TTnnl.ri i iiaas him fas,oi a k frm "ONmM ml , From this it will be wen that "meats - -- Cliu-ago- T ? Backyard Piga : One town of 2,000 people In Georgia produced 85,000 pounds of pork from pigs raised la back yards during 1S13. The production of this meat was sUmv ulated largely by pig club work conducted by the state college of agriculwith the United ture, In States department of agriculture. ? ? j ', It to want than la .. It It easier things to get them. Mineral Found. , A new mineral hat been discovered In Siberia. : The discovery was made by a hunter on the shore of lake Balk- ash, and the mineral has been named balkashlte. It has the appearance of dark brown hard rubber, and when lenlted it burns with a strong flame. leaving about 2 per cent ash., When placed In water lr becomes a mass '( i'X very much Uke paraffin. r J "luiiy .ana. abnolutely., of gaMaM-MWMMPMlWSS- bird-feedin- g per cent Is frozen pork that is to be cured later in the year. , . 6 per cent la lard. ,This is only four-fift- h of a pound per capita, and much of it will hays to go to' supply European needs. 19 per cent is frozen beef and lamb, part of which is owned by the Government, and " ; was intended chiefly for over-sea- s ship-- : merit If this were all diverted to domes tic trade- - channels, it would ,bo only j Yi lbs. per capita a 3days' supply.' i'.-- sraffnas' mai V ,New Foch fo Save , 10 at ...1 written Marshal Fot-heppeeling for hie support of efforts to! prevent, the extrnditlon t)f the former .Youngsters learnlno the tailor stuff defuuiB eiuperofun Hlmlenhurg of. en rigging on the shore,' feredi also, :. to,, place bjs wwn person; j ,"..' I2f5X j Kaiser.1 rieia uarsnai ' von Hlridenburg, former chief of the tier? the-proces- 1 9? . "Appeals fc uopQnagen. per cent (approximate) hams, bacon, etc It takes 30 to 90 in process of curing. days in pickle or salt to complete Swift '' TtsAsvorbsts msl After every , r-'- Meats in storage consist of cSc seasons. Sealed tlcht kept rlchti The perfect cunr In the perfect package. . -- . rj, Be Bcrc tb.Cct Wrapped to Insure its perfect condition in all climates and vVlndows'ln !alf a dosen nea; stores Vere 'shattered, but the charge tlioughi by tlie police to have been a doten l sticks of d1iamn wupo(; property placed te do great damage to the brick and concrete r pay office whicu' is 4heiMiet;froni; tne Western federation, f .Miners HaH, which was dynaioited In WU.tlurlpg a fuctlonal nnlou cootroverxy.,, , Three men have been arretted and held for Investigation. , - I OK i - : AWt;.ltJtbaft. BOY SCOUTS TO FEED BIROS. ' IJT a y rl j73kJhf) Awm, 1 This meat is not artificially withheld from trade channels to maintain or. advance prices. " 7a - An Iron igratlug was brown eglhst a building across the street, narrowly ' missing a afreet car, heavily .loaded with mioera. Duiauge was, sld , Uofj ::..-- X,; srclty the present the husinetut district ; 100 In BLOW UP MINE OFFICE. Butte, Mont. Explosion of ..dynamite placed in the entrance of the Ana conda CVi)per Mining company's pay office early Sunday damaged-'tha- t ad surrounding bulKUugs tn the fceartre Every working ,day of the year 75,000,000 pounds of meat are required to supply home and export needs and only 10 per cent of thi is exported. - - These facts must he kept in mind when considering the U. S. Bureau of Markets report that on June 1 1919, there were 1348,000,000 pounds of meats in cold storage. If the meat in storage was placed on the market it would only be 20 days' supply. 65 together with the vi-i- water liiivejesulted In Store" "Meats in ' DROUGHT, SCOUTS ARE NOT FOR SALE the fa tornethlflc IAKTthe children BOY -- System of Memory. " TeacherWith 'whom did Achilles fight the Battle of Troy Pupil Pluto. Teacher Wrong. ; PupU Nero. Teacher Nero ! IJow jjo you . Pupil Thep It must hate been : iiraon i Know it was one of our three dogs! k ' : V c m with SOME STUNTS BY THE SCOUTS. ' . ,. m , ; I r m Jf v Wheeling. W.' Va, has approximate ly 150 scouts who succemfully .cultivated war gardens, - One-fift- h f the total subscriptions for Liberty bonds In Ohio county, were secured by scouts.- - Scoutt distributed T.CO0 copies of the presldenfe Flag day address; were, active in the book drive and found over 2,400 black walnut trees and two carloads of clothing for the Belgian relief, During the lafiuenso epidemic scouts worked with the Red Cross. :svCT.:3r Belt Kun Threatens, .Warfare,'. lenna. Uvla Kun, head of the com- niuiiiMt gnvemmctit. Haw ihhuciI a pro- rlimintlnn ilmt since proper apprecia tion had not Ihh-- xliovvn of the "mild treatment of the lmrt three'- - months, blood thatt' flow heiiceforthVlf necessary-to Insare the protection of the ( . prolotariat.t , -- Aviator Kills Two In Landing. Mlnot. N. IK Mrs. C, Flsk, wife of the former chief Juctlee , of the North iHiVota supreiiH court, and un unl'tcntlfled grl, killed here Frl-dn- y afternoon wfien Chewier JmcoIiwhi of the I'nlted Stnten aviation corjw a Inntilng; Wounded Crechs Arrive In S. 8.' IHe(ra.The steaioer '.Nanking v srrlvwl lu re Tlnr?-ljvlth , HOO.Jlt-vatiiie- d soldiers from YlndlvitNtttU. , They-wer- e awnled a and military hearty welcome by autliorltUs. . , Hati a cie , Sir Drowned at Ford. Sicrlia?, Ook Mrs. Arthur K'stlcr, wife ut a fnrmcr at Ktonrhnm; her fou the oldest' 13 years of age, iml her iiKjtlicr-ln-lawere drowned trying to ford Patvnnn creek, tlilrty TitlUs east of here July 4 - For many years druggists have wstcbad with much interest the remarkable record maintained by Dr. Omar's Swamp-Root- , the great kidney, liver sad bladder medi-da- s. It is a physician's prescription. Is strengthening medi-elaIt helps the kidneys, liver and bladder do the work Batore intended they should do. Swamp-Roo- t has stood the test of years. It Is sold by all draggiets ea its merit and It should help yoa. No other kidney medicine has se many friend. Be sure te get Swamp Root and start treatment at ones, However, If yoa wish first to test this peat preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer a Co, Binghamtoa, N. foe a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this peperv-Ad- v. t Swasap-Ro- laugh at locksmiths, trot tt Invariably frowns on the furniture In I ore ny stallment collector. f I ? Stroc and Ilea! thy. If Often Caused by AGid-Sfom- bli h, KATUN iO, bvw etamaeh form (hat f oaady. krloea anltfc rail! (ram thaa Komuk mlaarWa. KATON tC eweMene the braala hacmaaa It maka the stomach sweat, eaal as4 eomtartabla. Try tt t tot that maatr taeta. throat aa4 "has (aallaf aftr toa mach amokln. If AU Htfti h nay eaaaa T a lot e( aartowe trevbla. It taad ta beadachaa, Inaomala, RMlaaehalla, acivtlca, haart troabla, sJcar and aaaoar ef the stomach. It nakaa Its aalllloM ef vtellma w,,k and mMrabla, . It llaUaaa, lark In la anarfy, ell tlr4 eftaa htinaa rhroBle lnallilm, el4 ata. a abort, nin rt ana a fl.ra. ' Tea aaad the bale tbat EATON 1C eaa (It vea U era not fMllns ae etront a ait wall ea yoa ahoald. Tea will h earvrlaaa aa ta eaa hew much batter yea wilt faal seaa aa yaa bacla taklna- - Ula wsn.i.rf.J atamach ramady. Oat e blf It eat bos from yoor draaglat today. Ha will rattur year moaay It yoa are ot setianad. tutlnc l,tit . eoaa-MtM- aht ra ATOW3C thcyi riuro. If tae WSadarfat ta s4en rnily e. Sit eat like T Jk3r.r Inifafftil k.i fv Inflamed or Granulated. 1 Vv tuw Murine Intant often. Safe -- tr tu kr iu 'Rev with Mr. tm eoBatantljr leraaeh, wbeuyiM htartbersj sb4 Rr train IndlSMtlas rthlB tvt e. k4 fcmtht AU ef thM xomarh 6 Kordtra maa iuet an lLtc y tse foe or Adult TrUe for Free Eye Drok. tsstet tjt kxaisi Cscjirv, Cikij, C 5.1, W. At an DrurrUta. N. U, !t Uke City, Na. :i-15.- S,.