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"PRESS DEM QUESTIONS"
A colored Methodist presiding cl
3er was conducting an "experience
meeting" at a church in tho South.
' A weighty negress arose and boro
witness to the precSousncss of her
religion as light-bringer and comfort-giver.
"That's good, sister!" comment
ed the leader. "But now about the
practical side. Does your religion
make you strive to prepare your
husband a good dinner?" "Docs it
make you look affer him in every
Just then the speaker felt" a yank
at his coat tails by the local colored
preacher, who whispered ardently:
"Press dem questions, doctor; press
dem questions. Dat's my wife!"
The Advocate for printing.
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WHAT PCOf LE MEAN
What does the word ChrietiaB
mean to the average man? An Hng
lish physician has for twenty years
heard his hospital patients general
ly poor and uneducated people use
tho word. Few ol them, he says in a
letter to the Church Times (London,
England), could make out even a
prcscntablo definition of tho word.
Yet, "they all know moro or less
what they mean by it. It is shocking
ly inactive; but lifo would tako to
itself fresh hues of added loveliness
if nn appreciable numbor of us could
but realize tho conception which it
endeavors to define." In the courso
of his reflections on tho popular uso
of tho word, this Christian doctor
has come to theso conclusions:
"1. Perhaps tho most interesting
point of all, 'Christian' ued as nn
adjective and applied to not, stand
ards, intentions, etc., has an almost
exclusively ethical meaning. Of doc
trinal significance there is hardly a
trace. 1 call that a truly Christian
work' means a kindly, probably com
passionate, possibly a self-denying
undertaking. Sometimes n largo do
gree of tolerable is implied. 'All!
now that's the Christian way of look
ing at it,' and certainly intended to
convey appreciation of charitable al
lowance made for nn admitted fail
ing. Once I heard it applied to nn
animal. 'I often says to my husband
he's a good a Christian as what I
am' was a tributo paid to an ungain
ly bull terrier of very doubtful line
ngo, on account of the interest he
displayed in the welfare of the
"2. The case is rather d;ffcrent
with such n 'phrase as 'a Christian
man.' TTere some recognition of n
doctrinal stnntVird is clearly dis
closed. I do not think that it would
be considered suitable as an epithet
describing the character of a pro
fessional ntbeist or agnostic, how
ever admirable his 'life and conser
vation' were known to be. Not, T
think, necessarily conversion, and
"crtainlv not baptism, but rather ad
herence to some definitely Christian
body appears to be a sine qun non.
But the ethical aspect has by no
means disappeared. If the actions
oro held not to correspond with de
clared opinions, tho title to the ap
pellation 'Christian' will bo openly
disputed. 'And be calls himself a
Christian!' This, delivered with with
ering emphasis, was the fitting con
clusion to an aspersion on the rap
acity of a landlord uho( although a
deacon), had tried to exact regular
payments of rent.'
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AMERICAN LEGION HOLDS
CONVENTION IN SEPTEMBER
September 3rd and 4th has been
designated by, tho State Executive
Committee of tho American Legion
of Kentucky as tho time for tho sec
ond annual State Convention- of the
ex-service men and women of the
Announcement is made from State
headquarters that rcprcsentation.will
be determined by tho numbor of
members. Each post will have one
representative and one alterant and
one additional representative for
each one hundred jnembers whose
State and National dues have been
paid. There are one hundred and
thirty-two locnl posts in tho State.
Each post will send its delegation
with instructions ns to the sentiment
prevailing among the Legionnire-. of
its vicinity regarding tho big issues
now facing the Legion and all ex
service men. Local posts are urged
to see that their officers make re
turns for all new members in order
that tho post mny secure its proper
representation at the convention.
All ex-service men and women nre
urged to realize the importnnc of
co-operating with the Legionnires of
heir community in swelling lo V
oost membership; in keeping f'xp
most the ideals and principle' '''
Trent est organization of vrtniw in
the history of the United Sntos; and!
n seeing that tho voice and senti
ments of the ex-service men nn
women of the count v -nd community
-e properly refolded t the next
Ktnte convention. If vou have a kick,!
ioiu tho Legiop mid let it be known
Hi the r:'-t sort of way. If yon
hate nn Men that you think the Le
gio oii'-H to do something which,
up t'i M time, has been overlooked,
io m Hit Legion and get up and
''t "iik ot in the meeting"
i. great eivilian non-military non
"arlisan organization welcomes yor
advido and eo-operation and urges
that yon do yonr fnll duty today,
even aa yon did it during the war.
Ho ex-eervio man holding an, hon
orable discharge un afford to let
it ke known is Inter Tcara thai ha
j fttood aside and failed io join Lis
"bsddies" w tut work of recon
struction. nteetion of State of iters, conunU
te itfcd flolugftton to reprBBt
tba DepiMf ojf witnoky at m
NMoaal eavaMiea U ta ImM M
one of the orders of business at tho
State convention. The Legion atti
tude toward adjusted compensation,
popularly termed n bonus, will also
bo one of the live topics before tho
convention. Alien propaganda and
activities, punishment of draft dodg
ers and slackers and other matters
of vital interest to all ex-service
men and women will bo discussed
and delegates to the Cleveland con
vention will be given their instruc
tions according to the sentiment of
tho ex-service mo nand women of
Kentucky as expressed by their del
egates on tho floor of the State con
vention. All ex-service men and women, re
gardless of whether they served in
France or in this country, or whether
they hud the title of Major General
or buck private in the rear rank, nro
eligible to membership and all Inn
an cqual'voice nnd vote in determin
ing the policies of the Legion.
The Advocate, twice n week.
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The Farmers' Best Friend
These nro tho words of, James
Baxter, N. J.: "Ever since I tried
RAT-SNAP I have always kept it in
the liouse. 2Jever fails. Used about
$3.00 worth of RAT-SNAP a year
and figure it saves mo $300 in chicks,
eggs and feed. RAT-SNAP is con
venient, just break up cake, no mix
ing with other food." Three sizeSjL.
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