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FOR SOLDIERS IN EUROPE Must Be Mailed According to Directions by November 20 Labels Olren Men. Tho meu themselves will de? cide who is to send these par? cels. They are now receiving Christmas parcel labels with instructions to mail these labels to tho person in this country from whom they wish to re. ceive the holiday box. To avoid any chance of duplica? tion, each soldier gels but one of these labels. Packages that do not bear these labels will not be accepted. In the event of this label being lost it cannot bo replaced. No Christinas par? cels will be accepted fur ship? ment after November 20. The cardboard boxes, or bartons, to be provided for these parcels are 2 inches by I inches by 0 inches in si/.e. When packed, wrapped and ready for mailing these boxes inns! hot weigh mote than three pounds. Red Cross Provides boxes. The American Red Cross has] agreed to provide these card? board boxes and to supervise their distribution to relatives of tho soldiers who present tho proper Christ inns parcel label credential. The distribution of the cartons will be made by Red Cross branches throughout the country. It will be incuin bent upon the person receiving one of these boxes to return it when tilled, but unwrapped, to the collection point designated by tin1 Rod Cross. Hero it will be inspected by the Red Cross inspectors aUttlOl i/.ed to exclude any articles barred by the post? al authorities, after winch tin box will he shipped. in short, the Red Cross is responsible for the distribution, receipt at de Biuated points, the inspection, and mailing ot ihe boxes. Outline ot Procedure. The following is an outline of the procedure to bo followed by persons planning to send one of these parcels abroad: On receiving one of these Christmas parcel labels n should be presented nt the near? est chapter, branch or auxiliary headquarters of the Red (Toss, where the holder is ill receive a carton. These labels are not expected to reach tins country before November I, but by that time each Red Cross branch will have its allotment of boxes based on the number of spldiors in service overseas from that community. These boxes may be tilled with any combination of ar? ticles, except those on the list barred by the postal officials, The articles prohibited ore all intoxicating liquors, nil inflam? mable material, including fric? tion mutches und any compost (ion likely to ignite or explode (eigurette lighters come under this classification), liquids, and fragile articles improperly pack? ed Under the postal rogula lions nt) note or message or written mutter of any kind will be permitted to remain in the boxes. In addition to the fore going list of prohibited articles^ relatives and friends of the sol dieis tire urged to bear these facts in mind when preparing Christinas parcels: Do not put anything in the package which will not keep fresh until Christmas, Rack dried frui(s and other food products in small tin or wooden boxes. (llyd preference to hard candy over chocolates, unless the lat? ter are enclosed in Iioiivn wrap? pers. Soft chocolates ale ea-ill crushed and may spoil the oth er contents. Do not put articles packed in glatit in the package. (ilfts should be wrapped ill khaki colored or other httudker chiefs, twenty seven inches square. Cigarettes may be sent, but as they are supplied daily to the,men by the Government they may well be omitted. When the package has been packed it should be taken, mi wrapped and unsealed, together with the label and sufficient stamps, to the nearest collection center designated by the Red CrpSS. After the package has passed the inspection of the Red Cross representatives, as to contents und weight, and been wrapped in stout paper, the Christmas label bearing the ad? dress of the man for whom it is intended, is placed uu it. Tho person sending the package, in the presence of the Red Cross worker, its required to uflix Biumps, sufficient to carry it to No Perishable bonds. Ilobokon, N. J. The postal charges are to be at tho rate of fourth class or parcel post zouo rate. A label certifying that tho inspection/has been com? pleted by the Red Cross, is placed on the package which is left in tho custody of the Red Cross, until delivered by tlio postal authorities. Proptr Form ol Address. Christinas parcels must bear the nnuio and address of the sender and will he addressed substantially as follows: ''Christmas Box Department, Port of Embarkation, Ilobokon, N. J. ' For......, (Irgauizal ion .... A merican Expeditionary Forces. " Parcels so addressed will be chargeable with postage ut the fourth class or parcel post zone rate applicable between the of tice where mailed ami Ilobokon, N. J., to ho prepaid bv stamps tlftixed. Parcels may bear inscriptions such us "Please do not open until Christinas," "Merry Christmas.*' "Ilappv N e w Yeur," "With Pest Wishes." Und the like. In order to assure tho arrival of Christ mas parcels abroad ami the delivery to the addres? sees by Christmas, nil such par? cels must he mailed on or be fore November Jo, 11)18. These regulations apply also to our Marines serving with the armies in Europe, but for others of our Murines the Navy rogti-j Intions published in the Post of < lotj '.vi, apply. The postage required on par cels sent from this region to Ilobokeu, N- J., is for, a :i pound package 16 cents, for 'j pounds It cents, for 1 pound 7 cents., ami for I ounces to 1 ounce, 1 ? cent per ounce. Cartons may be obtained by those having labels und will be inspected a I the following pin ces: Stoncgh?Superintendent's of? fice. Roda -Mrs. II. S. Eslill. i bjiika?Mrs. E. F. T?te. A p pa lac hi a ? Mrs. K. W, Holly. ,.; luihan Mrs. G. V. Drown. Imbodoii?Mrs. 11 A. Alex-; ander. Exeter?Mrs. Crocker. Keokee?Mrs. King. EllSl Stone Cap?Miss Chris? tie Jones. And at lied Cross Homo Ser vice Section, ollice on second floor, Post Ollice Building, Rig Stone (iap. Corner Stone Of Lee County Industrial School Laid By Rose iiill Masonic Order. Ewing Vu,,Oct. .31- -Oil Satur? day 19, by order of thu Grand Master of Virginia the Dos.- Hill Masonic Lodge form.-rally laid the'corner stone of the:L mi County Industrial School. Typical of the beginihg of so ninny groat enterprises only a small number of persons were present on this auspicious oc? casion. Sickness of various ki n d s, particularly Spanish influenza, prevented the people fr?.in com? ing OUt. Notwithstanding the Masons, tine to their prom? ises, managed to secure i suf? ficient number of their members to properly perform tin- eer iriotiy. At 11:00 o'clock they march ed in regular order to the place where the stone was t ) tie laid, and there with reverence ami solemnity officially laid tin? stone according to the ancient form of Free Masons. Dr. 1. S. Anderson, of Rose Hill made a short but approp? riate and enlightcihg talk. The officer takning part in the cormonv, wore: Dr. 1. S. Anderson, M. T. Ely, M . C. Brooks, W. S. Scklcford and I-' M. Crockelt. The articles placed within the corner stone should he of great interest to all. They were as follows: Lavu from Vosuvitie, I Stone dug from under Jerusa? lem, ( like Solomon's Teinple was built front. ) '.'shells from tho Sea of Gali? leo, 1 shell from Jeppa, Rock from Great Oounowaj Ireland. All presented by D*r, and Mrs. 1. S. Anderson, of Kose Hill, Vit. , Plans and specifications of building, Louisville C o u r i e i r Journal, presented by W. K. 'Baker, Architect, Bible, Com? mencement Programs for 1917 and 1018, "The Joneaviiie Star" and "Lee County Sun" present? ed by 1<\ M. Qrbokdtt. f Three pieces of silver present? ed by W. F. Bakor, F. M. Crockett and L, M. Miller, Con? tractor. I In the cermoiiy W. F. Bukej took his piece as Architect, whiloJ.S Z. Willis, dork, who bus been so loyal to this school throughout the entire time, represented I he School Hoard. Had it. not been for the health condititions, doubtless there would have been n very large crowd However tin a matter of record the laying of the corner stone of this school will prove to be tin important event indeed. Rev. Koy F, Bhrly, who 1ms been much intorertcd in seeing the school built, came in for the afternoon. i I im interest manifested has brought for bun n ino-t hearty welcome from all the people here. Radford Nor? mal Notes da Thursday evening the Normal School Facility and Students had one of the most interesting ineiitiUga held in the history of the school. The pro gram, which was of n patriotic nature, was given by members of the faculty. Short speeches by Dr. Mc.Connell, Professors Gilbert, Elardin and Coggin pave i the way for the present' alien of a War ('best plan by Miss Moffet. This War Chest is to be raised ami maintained bj the students und fncullj for helping in the war activities It also includes a contribution to i hiluwn. Mr- Met 'onnell.and Misses Bnird and 1 larrisbn gn\ o reports of I he war work already done by the school Ibis year. namely, the purchase 61 ; 1.10 worth of Liberty Bonds, which aro used by (be .Student Loan Fund, also contributions to the Koiiuoku Canteen ami the es tablishmenl of the Junior Red Cross. Miss Allen read "In Klamlcrs Fields" and the sttt d.-nts sunn stive nil groups of songs. The program concluded w ith a beautiful tableau of tin' Allies. Friday morning the classes lliel and pledged themselves lo support i he War Chest. Kvoi v student present contributed, m iking tin- War Chest a 10(1',; gift front the locally and sin dents to those less fortune! than (hey. TWO LETTERS TO A MOTHER Seldom has the difference be? tween the causes for which America and (iorniatiy tire lie,ht lighten illustrated more fore tli i in two h tiers to moth? ers who sacrificed their sous to their counlrv. Abraham Lincoln's letter of smyputhy and condolence lo the willow liixby, who gave live sens lo the Nation's CatlSe ill the Civil War. is known w herever the English language is spoken. 1( speaks from the great heart of the martyred President and breathes demo? cracy in every line, A contrast appears in a letter from the Kaiser to it German women, Mis. Meter, of Delmen? horst, Oldenburg, who has lost nine sons in the present war. The two letters spo.ik for them? selves: The kaiser's Letter. "His Majesty l he Kaiser hears that you socriilced nine sons in defense of the Fatherland in the present war. His Majesty is immensloy gratified by the fact, and in recognition is pleas? ed to semi bis photograph, with frame ami autograph signa? ture.'' Lincolns l.tlter. ''Dear Madam: 1 have been shown in the files of the War Department a statement of the adjutant general of Massachus? etts thai v OU are the mother of five sons -who have died glorious, ly oh the Held of buttle. I feel how weak and fruitless must be any words of mine which should attempt to beguile you from the grief of a lost so overwhelming. But I cannot refrain from tendering to you tho consolation thai may be found in tho thanks of the Re? public they died to enve. 1 pray that our Heavenly Father may ussuago the anguish of your bereavement and leave you only the cherished memory of tho loved and lost and tho solemn pride that must be yours to have laid so costly a BttCrifioe upon the alter of freedom." WHAT "AMERICA'S ANSWER" MEANS "America's Answer," the U. S. Official War Picture is? sued by the Division ?if Films, of the Committee on Public In? formation, i> not the ordinary press agented film play. It is II chapter of the great drama of the war, registered by U. S. Signal Corps photographers, by direction of General John .1. Pershiug. It is purely a gin eminent enterprise Xo indi? vidual has any profit interest, in the protltli lion. The picture has been made and it is present ed for public consideration, not to make money ? although it must necessarily produce a revenue in order to meet the expenses involved?but in order to show the millions of contrib? utors to the several Liberty Loans, the purchasers of Thrift and War .Stamps, Taxpayers, and those who have so gener ously given in other ways for the m ods of the war, just how the gteat sums have been ex? pended and what, in a physi? cal wnj', has been accomplish? ed in France during the Hj-sl year of America's participation in the struggle for Democracy. It shows the wonderful Simile dock "Somewhere in France," built on swamp land by Ameri? can soldiers, und now being used to expedite the lauding of our troops and the handling of the stupendous volume of sup (dies with which the sea from the United States to the coast of FrailCO is being bridged: it shows one of the mammoth -e frigerator plants established be? hind the lines, a great plant with a capacity for 10,01)0,000 pounds of meat, ami capable of ; producing a million pounds of ice daily; it shows the assembl? ing of American locomotives by our soldier muchaiiics; the building of railways, the level ing of French forests to secure n.led timber; the erection of hospitals and the building of a great dum in order to create a reservoir to supply one of the largest hospitals with water; it -hows how American soldiers live in camp and on the lighting lilies; whtit they eat, how the I daily tons upon tons of bread is made, how the worn clothing is renovated and repaired by French women in the service of tin' American army;tho utili'/.ii turn of old huts am) old shoes in n wonderful salvage depart? ment; the sanitation of the sol? diers' uniforms by machinery; lite endless stream ot the trucks used to transport supplies to the front; camouflaged guns, i he acres of shells and other ammunition, the American Ae? ro Squadron, and, dually, the actual lighting,in winch Amer? ican soldiers have brought uu dying fame upon themselves ami their country. "America's Answer" is u picture Hint every American and every near Amei ican should see; it is one's duty, but nlso one's privilegs to see it. The Government's Division of Films has done no bettei work for the .Stimulation of loyalty and the accentation of the spirit of giv? ing than the assembling ami presentation of this most illu? minating war Him. Evory mo? tion theatre should .show it Every man, woman and child in the city should see it, or if it has not been booked here, they should insist on being given an opportunity to see it. Tho weather this fall hits been even a better fuel saver than Dr. Gurfield's regulations. BOSCHELNS SYRUP will quiet your cough, seethe the iiitl.uu matlon of a sere tl.re.it anil lungs, stop h - rilatlon la the bronchial tubes, Insuring n goodjniighl's rest, free from coughing anil wuli easy expootoration in the morning Made and soul in America for fifty-two years. A wonderful prescription, assist? ing nature in building up your general health and throwing oil the disease Ks peolaily useful in iiiug troublo, asthma. Croup, bronchitis, ete. Kor sale by Kelly Drug Company. Dr. .1. A. Gilmer Physician and Surgeon OKKIOE?Over Mutual Drugstore Bi? Stone Gap, Va. LADY DUFrERIN 0 Lady Dufforlh, daughter of Ilia sec onil marchioness of Dufforln, forinorly | Florence Davis, daughter of Jolui II. Dnvls of New York. I.aily lltlfferlll hulls from n line ,>f diplomats, among them being her inoilier, who saw for etgii diplomatic service in Constanti? nople. I'nris mill Sinckholm. The llrsl ( marchioness of Diifferln was ambus dross to ItllRsIn, Turkey, Unly iiinl I France, grilticil ninny foreign ill8llnc-| Hons mill wrote several books. IS GUEST flF FRINGE American Engineer Takes Lunch. | Seated on Throne. Private in Pacific Coast Regiment Hns | Remarkable Experience in Monaco. Somewhere In Kroncc.?f^t111tiir on I n real ruler's Ihrone whs Hie unusual j experience nf an American private : iller?Wllllnm Williamson, n mem of ii Pnelile const engineer rcgiiileii during Iiis recent seven-day furlough! The throne wie; (lint of Hie prince of Monaco; Williamson elected to spenil tils vn cnllon on Ibc Shores of the Mediter? ranean. After visiting Marseilles Nice niul oilier southern France re serls. be w ent to Monti: f'arlo. Find:1 In,: the gaining Inblo dented lo iMers In Uniform be went to view Hie] pi.luce. Swiss guards ill the feilte fused to nllow III in to enter. Later, nt n enfe lie p>t to talking i with a Momjcoan who spoke good j r',ngllnh nnil proved In have no uc qiinlnlnnce with mllllnuhlre American I yucht stnen. Williamson told him of | Ills futile uttempt to enter the pillar Thp Monneonn offered lo Introduce I I'lin nt tin' ilnor niul show lilin lliroiiirh | Hie palace, lie hhd no troiltdc In gct tini: In this time. Arriving nt the throne chamber the "simple Boldat I Amcrlcalh wns almost bvcreointil with the splendor of the room. He I cool veil number shock when his host | Invited htm to mount the throne, ir he had become comfortably sealed | luncheon wns served. Ciiinpurinc. bis feast on the throne I ehnlr lo Hie ninny times lie hud stood I nt the toll end of ii line of 250 men | with ii moss kit to Rei his share of lin? en niul hush, Williamson was prompt? ed to rethink. "It llllisl be very tine to he n prince." a V -V- V-'.' ?*,'? ?'., V-s-^ I INITIALS OF ALLIES [j IN BABY'S NAME i> ICIrkwonil. Ca.?The bin war [f hns resulted In the coining of n 5 new name. A baby ulrl horn lo X Mr. mid Mrs. W. .1. Willi.s has j> Jusl been christened "Abife." $ The letters composing the name i> are the Initials of America, Rel- i| $ glhtll, Italy. France ami Eng- |t ? bind. 3 s a NOTHING TO DO BUT FIGHT Man Wants to Register Because All ol Family Is in War or Doing War Work. N'ewnrk, <).?Then1 is a prominent inan In this city who is past the forty ? milestone who wanted to lie en led In the draft. Ills excuse wni Ihnl his wife spemls all her time sow Inn for the Ited Cross, thnt his sun b in France nml thin his duughtcr Is tak? ing .irse's training. "There's until for me to do but yet In this giiini In sinne oilier way than Just buying l.lberly bonds und Thrift stumps." hr confided to n registrar. OLD-TIME TEACHERS ON JOB Lid Is Taken Off State Law by State Superintendent cf Ohio. nncyniH, O.?The bars have been thrown down and nil olil-tlmc school teachers can have n Job In Crawford county, whether they have normal (ruining or not. The lid bus been Ink en off Ilia suite law by the stale su? perintendent of instruction. One of iln teachers in this county this year rill l>e u wealthy farmer, who has not imigllt for '.HI years, lie will ilonalo , itortlon of bis salary to the Ited tin ws. Suffer? Mrs. j. A. Cox, of Al dcrson, W. Va., writes: "My daughter . . . suf? fered terribly. She could not turn in bed . . . the doctors gave her up, nnd we brought her home to die. She had sulfcrcd so much at. .. time. Hav? ing heard of Cardui, wc got it for her." The Woman's Tonic "lu a few days, she be? gan to improve," Airs. Cox continues, "and had no trou'.:!e at. . . Cardui cured her, and wc sintr iis praises everywhere. We rccciv; many thcti rands of similar letters every year, tc!iin<j of Hie good ( ardui has done for women who suffer frort complaints so common to their sex. 11 should do you pood, too. Try Cardui. n-77 DR. THOMAS F. STALEY Rcf ractionist. freals diseases nf the Eye, liar. Nose ami 1 hroaf. tVitl bo ip Apimiadhia I'lltST V'KIDAl in each mouth until II I'. M. BRISTOL, TENN.-VA. DR. G. M. PEAVLER, Troats I >!??..,... ?. ot the L'j!e, liar, Nose and Throat BRISTOL, TEN N. vVilt bo In Anonlnchia Third Friday in Each Month, ?tsjIMM FOX & PECK, Civil and Mining Engineers B114 StOMO Gap, Va. Harlan,Ky Itcporhl and estimates en Coal and Tint t.er Lands. Design anil I'lans bfCoal ami Coke I'!.mis. I.and. I tail road ami Mine Kiigiucoriug, Electric blue Printing. Dr. (i. (!. lioncy.cutt DENTIST BIG ISTONE GAP, VA. Office in Willis building over Mlltiik. Drug SU>rb, J. C. CAWOOD BLACKSMI THING bin Stono Gap, Va. Wii 0 and lliifcigy work A Specialty I have an Up-to-date Machine foi putting on ltuhhcr Tlrc.1 All work given prompt ?ii t'.-m ion_ unitl:d states railroad administration W, ti Me.\doo, Director General j>f Itiilln j\5RY.6 nJix,^. Rehftdlilf) <n Ffnv.r November 3rd, ItllS LKAVE NOItTON, YA.ii.laa. in. ail J 2:!Hl p. in. for llluoflcld and In n i mediale stations. Connection at llluctichl with TrabiH Kaat ami West ? Sleepers ami Dltiing Cars. LEAVE IlltiST?L.VX; Dally. IlilOa m lor Eaat Itadford, Itoanoko; Lynch burg, Petersburg, Itichmonil, Nor? folk and llagerstowu. Parlor I iai (broiler) 10 Itoanoko and Hager* town. Sleeper tlagorstown to I'hila delphia. 11 :.'>u a in. daily lor all points between llristol and l.yiichburg. Connects Wallen at 0:20 p. in. with the Cid oago BxprCas for all points w est and northwest. 5:00 p. in. for Norfolk and lutornicdlat. points. Sleepers to Norfolk. 1:10 p. in. and 8:20 p. ni; (limited.) Solid trains with sleeping ears to| Washing? ton,lialtimorc 'Philadelphia ami New York via l.yuchburg Hoes not make loeal .slops. W. O. Saiindkimi, t;. I'. A. W. It. IIRVII.1., I'iaf. Mgl. !tn ike.vi <], E.HORSMAN, Florist, DOOLEY, VA. Telephone 1030 Norton. Va. Another reminder not to forget us when in need of I'lower.s for any occasion, Itoscs, Violets, Swept IVas, Orchids, Car nations, Olirysaulbcmitms ami I'otted IM mis. Corsage work and Kloral Designs a Specialty. Out of town orders tilled promptly by Parcel Post, Special Delir ry, Express or Telegraph S. S. Masters & Co. General BlacKsmith Repair Work Holler ami Machine Repairing. Ilorsa shoolng a specialty. Wagoil ami buggy Work W, mako a specMlty of putting on rubber tires All work given prompt ami careful attention. BIr Stono Gap, Va.