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THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SAT EM. OREGON.
IN THICK OF FIGHT
Tells Of L022 Tiresome
larcks Felkwfcg Up Fls
1 - wV As
, F01 CCNSTIPATIOH
ResskSoss Passed Upon
Death Of Gov. Withycosdbe
Whereas, the final summons has
come to our beloved' friend and offi
cial associate, James Withycombe, gov
' crnor of the state of Oregon; and
Whereas, Mr. Withycombe, as a man
and as a citizen, was foremost in advo
cating and in promoting practical and
sound, ideals, and strove to realize- the
best in the material and spiritual wel
fare of the people; and
Whereas, as governor of the state,
lie gave sympathetic end wise support
to all useful and legitimate measures
and exerted a powerful influence, in
the consummation of the plans devised
for their execution, always manifest1
ing a courage, courtesy, judgment and
dignity; therefore, be it
Resolved, that in the passing of Gov
ernor Withycombe the state has lost a
tapable, sincere and revered executive
and a man whose prudent counsel and
cordial fellowship wore warmly appre
ciated by the surviving members of
the hoard of control and by all other
associates and friends; bo it also
Resolved, that we express our great
Borrow at the loss incurred, and con
vey to .the bereaved family our deep
sympathy and condolence; b.e it further
Kosotved, tiiat an engrossed copy or
these resolutions be sent to Mrs.
Withycombe, that a. copy be spread
upon the minutes of the board, and a
copy given to the press. .
D.B.D. for Banker
I Write to H. J. Bowers, Cashier First National
Bank, Tracy City, Tenn.
"The worst case of Fccema 1 believe
anyone ever experienced. Wu seltinir '
1 me wild. Sent for my doctor. He rec
ommended Three Ds. Marvelous relief
from the very urnt application." .
' Anyone suffering from skin trouble mild or
Bevere should investigate at once the merits
of D. D. D. Try it today. We juarantea the
Brit bottle. (Sc. 60c and (1.00.
El Iotton&r Shin Disease
' J. 0, Perry's
JOURNAL WANT ADS PAY
AS ALWAYS USEFUL CHEFE
In front the shawl collar of thi3
navy blue crepe meteor goes right
down to the belt and is helped out
with a. pretty beaded vestee But the.
funny little bovV. at the back just
where the collar and blouse Join Is
quite the oddest and most attractive
thing about the frock. The sleevo
la cut In a piece with the blouse and
Is made to flt tight about the wrist..
The skirt Is slightly draped,
Harvey S. Walker, son of Harvey
Walker of rural route 7, Salem, was in
the hospital corps- in France, -with med
ical detachment 1st battalion 5th ma
riius and wag ia the thick of the
Sighting with the marines from Sept.
1 until it was all over.
In. "writing to his father ho gives
some inside views of what the medical
'corns did. Extracts from his letter are
"On the morning of Sept. 1. 1918,
'aside from the regular battalion sick
V-all, & general sick call was held for
'the purpose 'of segregating the fit from
'tho unfit. The word had been passed
'that wo wero to move towarjg the
'front, so. those who wero not able to
hike wore to be left 'behind.
"In the hike of tho next dav wo
'had quite a few fall toack, complaining
of blistered and sore feet. Those who
'could not walk any further were al
lowed titfide in the ambulances. The
next day before the march, we held
a sick call and dressed the feet, us-
'ing adhesive plaster on some and
'gauze bandages on others. The hospit
'! corpsmcn would drcsa tho minor
leases and tho severe ones were 'brought
'to tiie medical ameer.
Hold Sick Call frequently
"The next day after a march we
again held sick call, going through the'
'foot routine. Although we dressed
'many cases of sore feet at other times,
'wo always held a general sick call af
ter the first meal at stopping' places.
"One 'of our ni;;ht marches was a
'regular nightmare. It began raining at
7:30' O'clock and all night long it was
'hike, hike, hike. In following troops
'into a communication trench, the mud
'and water was always over,our shoo
'tops and sometimes half way to oar
"Owing to our fast advance in the
ISt. Mihiel sector, our dressings run
tout but in tho Gorman hurried rotreat,
they left dressings winch . lasted us
'with some left over until the following
"On the evening of Oct. 1 we cross
ed tho famous Hindenbure lino estab
lishing our hospital station in a littlo
village exposing us to severe shelling.
The wounded soldiers after receiving
first aid on tho field, wero carried by
'us to the company stretcher bearers.
'Wo redressed them when necessary,
Rising tho shell wound dressing, and
gavo them antitoxin as long as our
Establish. Hospital Stations
"On Oct. 4 we established our hos
pital stations about a mile beyond the
summit of .Mt. Blanc. Here we wore
within the range of machine gun snip
'ers and under- a' constant shelling.
Hardly had we got settled than the
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Lands and timber carrying a total
appraised valuation of $162,494 are
listed for -tho 'Washington state land
sale at Olympia April 1.
f Quff 'Guarantee
I .J - - a .4 ,
Your groeer will refund
the full price you paid for
M.J.B. Coffee if it does
not please your taste, no
matter how much you
bave used out of the can.
Buy die S lh. Can
and Save Money .
: ;DAILY HEALTH TALKS. "
URI3 ACID. IN THE SYSTEM
(BY LE'E n. SMITH, M. D.)
Uric acid is now generally recogniz
ed as the cause of more disease than
was heretofore believed. When tho
kidneys are out of order urie acid ac
cumulates within - the hodv in euner
abundance. The1 disordered kidneys ib
not filter the poisons out of tho iloocl,
as they ought to 'do, and so tho pois
ons remain m the blood and float
around until they find a place to lodge
in form of .urate salts. The thing to
remember is that you may Jrc.vo rheu
matism in any ,part of the body you
may have pains anywhere your back
may ache and your head may be dizzy
but the trouble is not whero the pain
appears. The trouMo is in the kidneys,
and what ig tho first thing to dof You
must get that excess uric acid out of
your system, which can be done by tak
ing Anuric Tablets, the splendid rem
edy which Dr. Pierce, of iBuffalp, N.
Y, hag put on sale in the drug stores
t a low prico. Anuric Tablets (made
double strength) when taken into the
system as medicine, have .the poculiar
power of .dissolving the uric acid de
posited there. JDrop a bit of sugar or
salt into hot water, and it will disap
pear. In precisely the same "way do
those Anuric Tablets dissolve uric
acid. Of course, after ridding the sys
tem of uric acid,- it may return again
unless you eat the. right foods' and
live the right kind of life, baft Dr.
Pierce will advise yeu fully on prop
er food and correet living if you write
Remember the delicious baked potato fbii
had? How much flavor there wasllf
brought out by the cooking. Nowas yofr
light it notice the same thing ia yoyj
It'i toasted, Like the potato, the dtlicjout
flavor it brought out by "cooking" the tobacco.
7hAl J?mtrieai' (Sri
wounded started to appear. They catiio
'in steady stream a the day wove on, .
Out in the open, exposed to' machine .
gun fire lay many wounded, with mod- i
ical officers ami hospital corpsaieu j
ioi days and days we wero under'
la continual fire. It about put all our
'nerveg on tho Wink. I pray that 1 shall !
'never get into such a holl hole again I
as this was. Time and time again If nit j
the rush of air and smoke from shell '
: .;: f BEGifIS M WiLLAMETTt
dier-i-ka! . .
'FrcjEsisaics Wiii Be He!d $
"My wife was nronouncsd incurable
by physicians ualcss operated (ccm-
O 'Clock at. ...iffht. It ... in .rl.nrk nr1 ! " A ?
'ing and J ni?a-.i to contimie iritil she
is cured," (Signed) J. H. Undurwood,
foggy .that you could not sea your hand
't 4!l h ..,.!, .. . I JJillOll, A. a.
Wood and try to bandago them up. I ' AJlcr-i-k. orPm Auu gn. and sour
saw more dead men the next day than IS ?m&Tr
II ever saw before piled up in hcadps, fJt v i 1,"'? "'I,'1
'just torn to pieces. , ' lower bowel tlushuig KNTlKi-l all-
"On tho 30th wounded from mwj ,? ' Z .-v " . lvm'"ul'
and ask Hun. Ho makes no chares for alwavs .did on tho march.
nnr.nir.tinn. h.o.n rin ), h'.T which pcisenS System.
was rtitricult to tind rcom tor them af-1 -. , , .i , -rf ' )r)l,.
te.r.tney were dressed. After tucarmis- ;. T; . . ; ' ; I , " J
'tico w, in effect, we carried iyi . w tRM- Tt a. n,,xturB of bnckthora,
i and 'Tho Lenguo of I'litions;" JCag
'Florence Blildey, with the subject "-The
!Mv-ii;' nt (IhiitriAi-Tliierry, '
i.,' diitootaiilit are among tne Imsi
st pi.o.!t' in the university, but have
taken tiiiw) to f;iv tho most careful
thought to thfi thomcs. ; .
Tti:; juil a on eoinposition are Judge
enwiii,. or tlie Kiinremo court: A1iH
iCMsrrcw hmm la WeK ;tl,c aml ! ,w- c-
iu i.ui v.ujmicMiiLiojitti enurca.
Tii" jiidgcs of delivery are Key, B.
Ai lBo.i, if (lie firt. M. 10. church:
t, .. , , Ai'torticv Ivan Alar in :. Miss Jjueile
Preparatioiis are now uikUt way for ,,, ... , .
' , , . Elliott, cf tho hchool of BxprewnoB. -
the annual round of oratorical contests The contest to decide who. shall be
of Willamette t'uivcrsity. The prelim-. i:imlieru of the two debating toarai
inuiy contost will bo hold tomorrow that - ere enter the intor-collegiate
evening, March 14, ut Waller Hall, at co:!i:r;'.v will bo held In Waller Hall
7:1) a-.id pnauiaca to l;c of umi.wal inter- on Miv.uby evening at 7:45., -f
',1 as sp-ciul preparation lite l eesi lr.nde WcndB of the institution will be in
on both eoiuiKieitio:) and d dive.y. Vt' f t rented in these events which will urm
Crowder Miller state:) that tho vs itn lafle of the work beino- done at
cennosjtioas preientcd are. tii.i bi'st tlt-i Institution., and which make for it
suen adviee. lake Anuric Tablets to- mnnral aiok cnll .ftor tn .t
day, by all means, and got that urie.nt each stopping place uitil wa reah
acid out of your system. Don't, don't, ed onr' deetinnt'ion t N.iii.rt.Ti."ni4 t
1,,-ji-- . ....., j.iv me aim nine oruer sun-
don 't put tha matter off.
iiai.t,(l 1:1 (lurni!; reeent years, 'aub ecu
foht.'.:its who v.'iU purl!(;:i.ete i'i t!i? t;r
fi'lr of tomorrow rvrri vr ere Wii:i:a '
mil lion, who win iiti'.s i nis s;aiiic
J 'C!!'.:- in the state. Further partie
inn! will bo nmiouneed htcr.
. A l JJ w!" i,as tho 6Ubjct whmzL Mii ADS PAY
W TO I0W Winf We Wonder At k MM iM k&M
Drawn for this paper B Frank Lest
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