Southern Ilunois Record
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FLORA. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 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 ?
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IN THE WAR
A List t>I Clay County's Soldiery That Will Some Day be Inval¬ uable. Help Us Complete It.
.lanuary second the Record pub¬ lished under the caption. "Clay County In the War," a list of the names of some of tlie young men of this county who had volunteered or had been selected for military service In the late war.
The list was obtained through this 'paper's appeal to the parents and next of kin to Illl out tiie blank cou¬ pon found elsewhere in this paper, and mail it to us. It contained tlie record of thirty-tliree young men of this county who in one line of duty or another had answered their country's call. However, when It is considered that this county contributed to the ¦"winning ofthe war" nearly 5