The Southern Ilunois Record
A Good Newspaper is a Power in the Home. School, State and Nation
FLORA, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. JANUARY 30, 1919
We sen Lard for 28c. per lb. Tomatoes, No. 2 can, 13c. each, two for 25c. Tall size
Fresh Pink Salmon, only 20c. per can. 10 lb. Red Syrup, 75c. 10 lb. White Syrup, 85c. Pet Milk 15c. 10 Bars Clean Easy Soap, 55c. Flour $1.45 and $1.50 per 24 lb. sack. $1.00 orders delivered. Why pay more?
Call us on either phone. JAY VALBERT COMPANY
Nrs. J. Y. Durland, Well Known and Highly Respected Resi¬ dent, Called Home
hree Clar County Soldier Boys Reach Home From Late Fi(ht- in( Front. Latest News From Go. "L" Boys.
'. Its a big experience to be crowded tnto eigliteen months of life, or less- tin experience that will never come kgain to any one now living In this boiintry—to be picked up at the school age of from 17 to 21 In a Middle West- jrn village, city or farm; carried off so a training camp and moulded Into I soldier; transported across the At-
antlc Ocean; pushed to a tighting Tont on foreign soil crim.soned with ihe three-year struggle of the greatest Armies ever assembled by man in combat; "over the top"—one two, Miree times ; the war ended, and back |io the states and home again without 1 scratch!
I This, or something similar to It, has Seen the experience of three Harter jownship boys just returned from Overseas—Everett E. Lee, Hugh Rusk ind Walter Pourchot. t Everett E. Lee arrived last Wednes¬ day. He volunteered July 20, 191", Enlisting at Olney In Co. "L," which