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then take:; "The 'ainted iay'' as his
Le.tter. From Poss Povole,
liiitor of The .\dvertiser:
Whi:' tbh:tking of you and all my
lile and collo: t ai t atl the gyand
!dl (t I or Lantus,1- 1 th ought I
v.cPh! wrih you all n111d hope this
Ilfay tid yon all well around Ihe
irand ohl town (f Lmutreon, which is
I'l o ti1 he. inl the !'nion. \\eil, I
a ' n t tolay. tie happiest soul oil
God's alth of being in the service of
'nckZie Sac and I'm going to do my
daty and after he says, "A'oole, you
ha ve done your duty and here is your
lonorahle discharge," I'm coming back
to 1i1turen and trade and buy hor.<es
for Fowie:' atd Dick Childress. Wel ,
a3 I have so lmany 11' friends who are
an x io. to he ;alr from me you Can put
this-; lette' in your next. paper and
pleaseo forward me my Advertiser iere
inlt( ad of sending to Caip Jackson
aI amll alwayA wanting it. as my
frieild, LieU . Thios. 1). iLa ke, .ir., was
wuanin o know wasz I getting', the pa
Wc! I. ea ainl .iv-'.4 u4 ilieity
11 h i -o d 'I i and f.ithoerimore
mln:! I. 8. lilackwel are good
f im 0 and Ihe capta in at olne lime
t:M '-- lest at th'e Lanrens
-bt ' and Co!. BIlackwell
aI v. th sam'ue schOool and
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iLaurens loys here ar te .Well, big and
healthy like a greasy pig on fat eats.
Country here is pleasanit. Well, all
InuIst pray for us.
Prom your friilend,
l'rivate Willie Pos' Poole,
Co. 1), 3' is7 t Inf.,
Seeteur 'ostal 229, France.
FELT AT THlE FRtONT
Steady% lon of Trools SiltYens Allied
R'essItance. 1I lns .itunt Into Stone
Washilngtonl, .ittne I l.-Members of
Ilie louse military committee at their
weekly Wt, Department, conference
today were told that the stream of
Americans steadily moving to the
front had resulted in a noticeable stif
fening of the whole Allied lines. The
(ermans It was said, apparently
had eneottitered greater numerical
strength than they had expected to
oppose their third great drive. and had
suffered heavier losses than they proh
ably had ant icipat ed.
Oi tle whole. the legislat ors w(re
informed there were many encourag
ig featitres in I tie present situatlon
on the western front.
.\mong oIt her thinlgs diselosed was
the fact that .\lajor (Gen. iienry Ih. Lig
-it t has Icen selveled to becomer( corps
commnander when the American force
reach4e that trt-gt.h and to command
1h111 ir. t .\hericaln livid army when It
is organlived. That (-enl. 1,iggett would
be hos''n hii as ieenI generally Inder
stood a1 11ho War Departintient. hut
4re h i1 hoe'en no announcement on
tle sib 4 t. Iie colilmanllds the forces
in t ield now. 'iThese forces, not in
ch idigu trops brigaded with I the
lit islh andI -''rench. comri4jse two co-li
.Many ioruet'ing tacts were givenl
la 'ou es onaboutf Ailnerican ar
a tHo front an1ud other phiiases
:I .\ ill, rica1 participation in the tight
i 4 i i.na Ihe Irateld al; military
"11ork o r Ihlt.1" Order.
Edi luo a 11 c 11erni lPro
vwst .\hu shlal Gener'Ial C(ro'der's. re
"u "nArIA or li::ht" or~ . le ha een
:18 'd ibi inor: ion will -:idly he
I 9. : ; ' I I int k''i Id . k I T h' t Ir '
lilt ~ I ti :1 1 ! w i I 1 (1. t11y tb
ill,- (I i o r 1'h a- i m v r until
n t4 11s defined. there hlaving
h1 11 vmcch ':pmvilation a; tI e- 4)(xaelly
11 non "en : iah: . W h11ilIe it haI a hI en
eno ai I beli kved tha I ne ,eII114q InIgoIII yed
9~ ilir and at' r rn e of amuse
melt calme within the order, and that
cirkics in certain classes or stores
wouild also be, affected, there has bcknI
itutehi incertainty as to what others
w!II be forced to seek emp|>loynent in
seti al occiuatpoions or be Inducted
in1to the military service.
The local board, with the informa
tIon received lat. week, li now ablo
to set at rest the uids of t1oe 11W
han ve been stirred toi oveL this IIati
iI the past.
To Cute a Cold In One Day.
Take IAXATIVI 11nO.O Qui :ilne. It stops the
Cougch and jlendache rttd wrks off the Cold.
I)rugIsts refittid tuiocy It it fails to cure.
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