VITALITYI isifltlifii'rtl Ittg Soldier Lauded For Good Conduct "Lonnconing. Sept. 26—Mr.s. Nettle i |M. Likens received a letter from LtJ ;Co). Daniel E. Shcehan. Fort Story,, JVa., announcing the Rwnrding of the 1 [Good Conduct Medal to her son, Pfc.' j Joseph W, Likens. Lt. Col. Shcehan wrote: "I have: just had the pleasure of awarding; the Good Conduct Medal to youvj son. Pfc. Likens is a member of my: unit, I hnve noted with appreciation! y u , u good character, faithful service ju ™ "^SrSSS'^^Med.! is not! WUh easily won. The War Department in ! ordering this award ii careful to specify the type of Individual Pa tern type of soldier. "We feel this medal is not only an award to your boy. but It is com- if you are subject to poor as the cause of your _ ._ „ ,. „„... or focal infection, jmendation to you and to his home It is especially designed '"" """ A ' '-"-- •- --* ' DIGESTIVE JUICES in the STRENGTH -when deficient. Thus you get fresh .become has helped drug stores Co. • as well. A good soldier is not suddenly suddenly built to spring full grown when. hw country calls. He is the product of a nome and a family permeated • with genuine affection and wise icnre. Your boy Is fortunate to hnvr. jsurh n family and home. j "We. who m present, are charged with your son's care, accept this I responsibility with pride nnd a deep of obligation." Send this 42 Station plainly NUMBER, ZONE. JUST Adams Winter! you family! instructions accessories: bedjacket.