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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOULNAL, SALEM. OREGON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4. 1918.
'For six years we haze used Dr. CaldwWs
Syrup Pepsin in our family and feel iee
tould not possibly do without it, especially
for the children.". (From a letter to Dr.
Caldwell written by Mrs. Earl Cowell, Ce
ment City, Mich.)
Children become constipated as readily
as do their elders, and the result is equally dis
tressing. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is ideal
for children because of its pleasant taste, posi
tive, yet gentle, action, and its freedom from
opiates and narcotic drugs.
The Perfect Laxative
Sold by Druggists Everywhere
A TRIAL BOTTLE CAN BC OBTAINED, FREE OF CHARGE. BY WRITING TO
OR. W. B. CALDWELL. 439 WASHINGTON STREET. MONTICELLO. ILLINOIS
Left Salem Without
Slicker Or Oil Coats
For Artillery Service
Any registered end classified man
8ftn now be immediately inducted volun
tarily for service overseas in heavy
field artillery big mobile guns, howit
zers, railway artillery and others of tho
''heavies" that are becoming more and
The movement overseas of these regi
ments Is being unusually expedited by
DON'T ENDURE RHEUMATIC PAIN!
HERE'S QUICK RELIEF FOR YOU
Stoptfiepatnf Civemerelicf! That's
what you want when you're hurt.
That's what you get with Sloan's Lini
ment. It not only "kills pain," but docs
it quickly, without delay.
If you're tormented by Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Backache,
nd body or nerve pain just see how
quickly a little Sloan's Liniment gives
relief. The very first application rests
End comforts. Seems to reach right
down to the scat of the trouble, warm
ing ana easing tne nerves and tissues.
You can almost feel the inflammation,
swelling or stiffness subside, as the
pain grows less and less.
You don't even have to wait to rub
in Sloan's Liniment. It penetrates, and
its clear, clean liquid can be poured
right on the skin without staining. Get
a generous size bottle from your
mmtmm-,mg- wi r
J SULLSV :
There ar,. no slickers or oil eon), fori
men for-sale in the eity of Salein. Thero
wei-e yesterday, but here isn't oday.
Slickers for men are wanted by the gov
ernment for soldiers and spruco work
ers and a government official appeared
in the eity this morning and requisition-
cd every man', slicker and rain coat in
And ont only does the government!
, take every one from the retail stores
:out tne wnoiosaie jonoerg are also ask-
c,l to turn over to the government every!
article of the kind in stock. The re
tailer win Dp pin a dv TUe government
his cost price and the same applies to
The rogional puichasing agent made
the visit to the stores today and broke
the news. Hencr the man who happens
to av? an old slicker that is good for
another year s service, may considvi
himself fortunate especially in the Wil
the war department and men are eiven
chance to volunteer for this attrac
tive branch of the service- The coast de
fenae of the Columbia are called upon
to send j heavy artillerymen with the
No branch offers more of a variety
or opportunities lor advancement or
more facisnating work. Men showing
the proper aptitude are made non-eom-
missioned officers with duties pertain
ing to somo part of this interesting
service. There are gun commanders, ob
servers, master gunners, engineers, elec
tricians, radio sergeants, and various
other duties open to the man who i
alert and eager. Almost any man who
has the stuff in him, even though his
previous training may have been along
an entirely different line, may take ad
vantage of the special instruction pro
vided, within the company itself or in
some training center.
A man may be inducted by sending
a letter to the Commanding Officer,
Coast Defenses of the Columbia, Ft.
Stevens, Ore., giving name; order and
registration number; class (number
ami letter); present oudresss; number
and address of local board; and wheth
er qualified for general or limited ser
vice. Officers training camps are open for
men of tliiif tervice. Every effort is
made to give men, after they are in
ducted, all the necessary preliminary
training before going to the camp.
(Capital Journal Speciul Service.)
Htnyton, Or., Oct. 4. Tho members of
separate Co. A, Oivgon Guards, of Stay
ton, have bills out for a dnnco Friday
evening, Oct. 4. The proceeds, are to
go towards expenses of the company.
The funeral of Bertha Hepburn who
died in Balvni was hold from th0 First
Christian eliurct, Saturday morning, and
n number of old neighbors and friends
were present. Interment was in the
Does Your Life Work Mean
Anything to You?
You farmers who have worked hard and no one works
harder--to get together your property, what does it mean to you?
Your property your farm and buildings, your crops, your
stock, your farm implements and, too, your home all of these
represent years and years of work that you have done.
Everything that you enjoy as the result of your work comes
to you and stays with you because the heroic soldiers and sailors
of Uncle Sam are standing between you and the bloodthirsty,
To keep the Hun away from you, Uncle Sam does not ask
you to GIVE even a single penny. He simply asks you to LEND
him your money at good interest and he guarantees on his word
of honor a word tliat has never been broken to pay back
every penny you lend. ''',-'
What is your answer?
Have you bought all the Liberty. Bonds you possibly can?
Buy Liberty Bonds Today;
Any Bank Will Help You
BKKXX9SXlBa Thli Spact Contributed to Winning tho War by
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; lilM perfectly cooked in butter, and new creamed
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j lsBHmHflTO ow tne cooking brings out their .flavor! Cooking helps I flffi jl
Oliver Lesley left Wednesday forj
Biwncrton, Wash., whore he will "rece-1
io instruction in tho work he is to foh
iow in tho service of t'nele Sam. HMi-O-na
iocs not Know yet wnore ne win d
Puts the stomach in
Shape in Five Minutes
If your stomach is continually kick-
4 ti i ..i,., o,. nn 1 a t t -..loi ina up a disturbance; yon feel bloated
h.i r.voii; T,....i Tt,. ,i. w.n and distressed; if you belch gas and
' ..' . afiiir fnrifl intn tin mitiilli tlion vim !
.(turn tliere. soon and take up worlc1J ,.- ,,., , ,.', J i been in verr ooor health ever since her
Good Samaritan hospital, Portland, vis
ited at the home of their parents Mr.
and Mrs. B. It. Woleott over Sunday.
Harvey Lincoln of Camp Lewis spent
Sunday with his parents in this city
Mrs. Mary Blackerby who recently
returned from Hoquiam, Wash., has
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.er says there wdl l.e about 0000 young M fa
T1'1?-0-1,0; f C- thl9 J'Car' al")Ul qU' thev drive out the poisonous gases
dhy divided bet ven men and women, tlia( cau9e f(irmontntion of fooil and
A. L. Shelley went to Portland hum w,,,,uv ,.A.,t ,i atv,.trth
return. Bhe became so weak one day
last week that she fell, while attempt
ing to move a tub of water and re
ceived some bad bruises about the face.
lay for a visit of a day or twa withjen the st'omach os that it can readily 'Since that time she has been confined
to her room and is under tho care of
j Schlador are with lief also at present.
Dr. Wm, S. Kaiser and family of
Portloiid visited at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. J. W. Welch Sunday.
J. A, Fuller arrived in the city thii
week and is vjmploycd at the E. E. Tay
lor barber shop. Harry Bray who has
been working there for a long time has
vacated his position and accepted a
position with tKe Aines Hardware company.
relatives. Miucst. foo.l without artificial niil
Stanley A. Burr spent the first three Mi-o-na stomach tablets are guaran
loy9 of the week iu Portland. j teed to end indigestion, aeuto or chonr
Henry Aim left for Corvallis Tues-
For several davs train, on tho Cor-1 ic, or money back. This means thatnlny where ho expects to attend school
vallis and Kasteni nave not been run- nervouuess, dizziness nnu Diuuiisness : tnis winter.
ning east of (iates the fire above that! will disappear. Druggists everywhere Gail Jones and Llovd Frye of Port-
I over Sunday.
place having destroyed about two miles
Frank Caspell and family left Sunday
for their homo in Astoria.
W. C. Parry, formerly publisher of
!h0 Mail here, has votuined to Junction
City from Portland, where he has been
employed on tho Oregoniaii. Tho purty
who had leased hiH paper at Junction
City was unable to carry out his ag
reement, so Mr. Parry was obliged 10
lake over his Junction City Times and
continue its publication.
John Oehlen, of Portland, spent Sun
day with relatives here.
Mrs. Mabel (iardner Fryer pf Junct
ion City, is eieted soon at Ihv home
of her parents, Mr. end -rs. J. R
Gardner. Mr. Fryer has been called for
service in the army,
p. R. Munkers came from Camp Leu,
is and spent Sundav with relatives.
C..J. Thomas, of Gooeh, was iu town
Monday on business.
Miss Bessie Clow, of Portland, apjnt
Sunday with her parents here.
Mrs. Alary Allen visited the first or
th,. week with SilverUm relatives.
Mrs. George Boedigheimer is assist
in j in the postofi'ieeMiiring tin? absence
of Miss Marv in . Aloxnndcr in Portland i
Mrs. Th itnpson of I -on if r am, vilif, j
;s the gj.'st of her sister, Mrs. J. R. Mil
.Mti i 1 T.vitf and family will leave
loon for Seattle, to moke their homi.
Mrs Kth 'l Lnu, o:ie cf the teachers in
!i schools, has be.:) confined to her
onii. for s.-veral ilnv suffering from
Misg Porn Riiln-ns and Mabel Crab
. tree have gone to Portland for a visit.
Mrs. J. R. Miller received a telegrruu' Homer Pittman entered TJ. of O. of
Wednesday stating that Grant Lake j Eugene this week,
formerly a resident of this place, hud' Earl Adams is attending school at
bevn accidentally killed at WatsonviU Kugcnn. Ho is particularly interested in
CnVfornia, his home. Mrs. Lake is the.the officer's training department,
voungest sister of Mrs. Miller, and Mr j George Shields of Portland was a Sil
I.ake is a son of Matilda Lake, east of vcrton visitor last week.
Town. .His brother W. H. Lake ex- Roy Knight has moved his family
ptcts to leave for Watsonville. ht're, frou -'hy- Mr- Knight is in the
An inspection of the Guard, was held , en.ploy of the H. P. Co.
M.maay night, and thvv were sported ! ronj,188eI1 a'lJ W'e haVC niovcd 10
in jooil military condition j " . fmKnaa
Mr. and Mrs. Frank .Mack have sane ,- , ' " ' ', ,
.twuiu lil SK-WIHI VYlCKS WHO U
l.i x'ortland to reside.
(Capital Journal Special Service) -Silverton,
lr., tt. 4. The Misses
Helen and Pearl Woleott, nurses of the
bn,l cn" of typlioid ig now able to be
Judd Lowroy of Portland was in the
city on business Monday.
The old Pudding river bridge is being
torn away tins week anil a nvw one
constructed on the foundation just fin,
lshed aliove the old bridge. Traffic be
tween here and Salem is ow by way of
the poor fnrm road. f
Morris Ames of the Vacouvcr barracks
was home on a short visit,
J. L. Sargent made a business trip
tn naiem Monday.
A party was given by members of cue
high school in tho opera house Moniiay
evening, in honor of Dewey Allen who
left Tuesday for naval service.
Mr. aiij Mrs. E. L. Smith and Miss
Virginia Smith have returned after a
brief visit with relatives in San Francisco.
Mrs. Schlador ha8 been very ill at lit r
home on South Water street for some
rime past and her daughter, Miss Alta
Schlador of Portland, has been hciv Us
ing care of her. Mr. and Mrs. ArchLs
wr I WMitlS'.'-MyM.tffj
and a lot of dis
the morning cup
free from caf
feine,is made in
licious, and -the
Srme of table bev
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