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American Legion Itccoguizing tho grohl need for good roads in Virginia, and du* importation ol modern high ways to lim f II turn welfare of the common wealth, Mihi dole gutes from every section nf Vir giuiii attending the neu end annual Convention of lim Virginia department of lim American Legion in ttichtnoml laut wenk voted unanimously in actively interest themselves in all movements for hotter roads These delegateH ropreHentod 7,"> posts of (In- American Legion scattered throughout the com luonwealth, with a meinhei ihip i>f more than 7,8011 uXhorvico men. Th? roaolutiouH they adopted is um follows: "Believing ihhl the establish ineiit ami development id a sy r,. leid <>f modern roads through out Virginia is n pressing need for tho future wolfo.ro of the Bltite and for its continued ec onuinicB department. ??.Now, therefore, be it resolv 'eil by tho Virginia department of tho American Legion in lliiii second annual convention as seuiblcd, thai all mouthers of tin- American Legion actively interest themselves in all movo uietits looking towards tho eon. structioii of good road* under tlx' direction of cither tho stale or local government ami make every effort to create an intelli? gent, energetic ami unselfish support for tiueh niovemeuts." riie convention also adopted a resolution supporting the four fold plan of adjusted com? pensation, which is now pend? ing in Ilm United Hintes Con urvss after having passed tin) House of liepresenlatives sov. oral mouths ago before adjourn? ment. The in tlter .-. ? < discuss, ed at length in the convention, will? tho rcdull that the resolu* tum cnminltti tin- Virginia do-J partition! tu an umlnrHomcnt nfj tlm plan. Uli) ai Uta ?aino tithe leaves tin' matter t>> ponirroint for notion. Nit hrghni/.od i ll.oi will Im nitida \t\ tho Virginia moil to urge notion lipon t Ii" measure l?y ilm Sonato. I At th? ultMtitig robkioii of Hin oonvon l ion. otllcijrn lo pi'rvn for llio i'ii-iiiini; your wore clnc.ttiil, ami Norfolk wuh woloctoil iih llt'u uoxi iiii'i'Iiiil; place; ihn driiii tri bo flxeil hi the executive uorii mitt.Ulcers oleClcil am ii? follow*: l; ihorl T. Kanon, WilicIleH i-rtler, ilepnrtliienl commander; Bernard Meredith, Itiolininml, victi commander; .1. T Wynit, l'eter:slniij;, dcpuitmnnl irini? nrnr; \V. I., Prien, Ilicliuinml,j ilepiijtiiioul adjutant; .1 M ; Ilm:, Iticlttttoml, war risk of j floor; Uov. K I'. ?unil rillte, IV lertiburg, chaplain; It. I*'. Iti-j erno, Coving ton, iterg?iutl all arms, The ilopurtmoiit liisto. lino is to do appointed later liy tin- executive committee. .lohn.I. Wieker, .Ii , was ru elected national coinmittnemnii from Virginia, ami tlio now ex ecutive committee is eompoaod o! N'oUim 0. Overton, Newport News. Ural diittrictj II. L". Brooks, Norfolk, soooml; An dr?w Ct.riiUiun, iticliin?iuS, third; t' K Pollard, Potttr? Uurg, Com VV. 1. Hopkins, Kocky Mount, liflli; U. K. Cook?-. Koauoko, sixth; J, S. Graves, Oharlotteavillo, sov. eii'li; Ol A. Itoard?ii, Alexttn. ? Ina, eighth; John A. Hinke more, Kmory, ninth; W. .1 Cor. ry, Staunton, tenth. The fellow who thinks before speaking speaks less often, hut lo greater efTect. J. B. TUCKER i Painting and House Wiring Box.43 Bin Stono (Jap, Va. Demonstration I Work \Vo now have at Wi??! a eo operative weather bureau nullit 1 consistniu (if innximum ami minimum thermometers ami a rain gauge, The thermometers lire so constructed that thoy will reg inter I Im hightail ami lowest icmpcruiuro in 21 hours ami remain at Unit |inint until reset; tit which tum' Ilm daily record is made. The lowest [point reached since Vve began thO record was 4 1 degrees the night of August 21 ami the highest was '.? i degrees August Tho rain gauge was sei ii|i aller our big ram so the total record Muco is less than all inch. Carl Hamilton, of Wise, Will he record keeper. Let nie remind readers once more thai >Vc lire to have lime for the farm. The supply will b.' limited lor this year owing to lack, ot equipment, Im: the orders Should come in so the makers will know that you mean Ijusini ss Our orchard lands need more legumes. Lei me urge the trial of more white sweet clover.lt glows on poor laud better than the red; is a good soil builder; noii can cut a crop of hay be I. it blooms and allow the second 01 op to resoed the laud so that while this is strictly a biennial it becomes in olToel a perennial. I have seen it grow rank year al tor year on ground where a farmer would be ashamed to sow rye or buck? wheat. In ns early stage of growth it resembles alfalfa very closely and sometimes stock must learn to like it. In purls of the .stale where a real trial has been made excellent results are obtained. Try :i few pounds this fall, save your su ed aiel enlarge the .111 a as v on learn us value. A good number of farmers are showing interest in the fair exhibits. I 'iin't let any one think some One else has better stud Hi.in you and so leave jours al homo, h will be worth all the trouble in you just to compare yum products with your neighbors and have the judgement ot a Competent dis? interested pel t oll. \V. s. (loss. County Agent, Wise, Virginia. Part Virginia IMaycd in Great War. Seventy nine thousands live hundred ami thirty eight men from the state of Virginia serv? ed in tie- United Slates Army during the World war. Of this number '-.',.">ss v.,.re in the Iteg nl.tr Army as Olllcers and en? listed men at the declaration of war, 7;l,OC2 were either in the National (iuard or were induct ted nun the army during the war as enli?ted men and 3,888 wore National Guard oftlcura or wore commissioned during the war. That is tho ofllcittl record of the part played by tho state of Virginia in furnishing oiuupow. or for thu greatest conflict ttiat has ever rage?! on the face of thu earth. Eighteen thousands lbs of the total military forties of thu United States came from Virginia. Throe per cent of the population of the slate (us esti? mated in 1910) was in the army. The above ligur. s do not in? clude those melt ill the nuvnl lor murine Bnrvu. nut way, only men serving wiilt the ..r my being included. When niie Inker- lulu enusid ii.ill..11 I he men in Ihn oilier services thu rentier can In some extent heeome a Ware of llie slate's great ntleiing id youth in ihe country. N ull eun note I he d ll.-renoe between the ex service man and the mini who hud im service when you see llnm together nil I lie street. Tbehe mini worein Hie army under the veil worst nf ColllliliollS when ever thing >v as tlet Ol Oll In I he W ar Theo a mull was colihiderell unit in lortiiH iif ability in kill Miiw, Under priii i' lime omul 11 mils, the iirmy is Im.king ufier its men Ii? citizens und uvury until given the proper training lo make Iii in n heiter citizen anil in.i only more valuable to the iirmy, Inn doubly valuable in civilian life. A country is ouly us strong intellectually us its mnsacH. There may he u fnvnreil few who have received the advant? ages uf the higher education, hut the benefit (hey can du thu country is greatly offset by the harm those who have hud no education whatever can do. The army knows this, became well a ware of it dining the war. Then the higher oflicialB of the army and other national ven? tures were dismayed by the in? creasing percentage of illiter? ates thai the draft hrnughl Im III. Illiteracy in the army wuh corrected lo a great extent dur? ing the war, most of the men learning in at least write ami road simple orders. The post war work of the army in re? gards io ihis has been started und will be curried out mi a very hig scale. Schools have I.n established throughout the country in different posts, camps and forts for those men who e mid mit puss a required examination which baa been devised lo ascertain the exact extern nf each man's education. In addition in the camp, post and fort schools there hits been in operation lit Gamp Upton, New York, thu lirat recruit educational center for thu edu? cation nf all illiterate ami nou Knglish speaking members of the army recently unlisted. This school has attracted nut ion wide internal though the newspapers ami most everyone is familiar with its work. Any muii may enlist for Ihren years to he assigned to any branch of service after the com? pletion of u eotfrse at a recruit educational center o f which there ure now six in opuruliou in the different purts of the country. This is the greatest offering that could be made to a man who realizes how much he is handicapped by the luck of sufficient education. In addition lo enrollment at u recruit educational center hu may also enlist for one of thu many different trudo schools that aru maintained by the ar* my for the different brunchus. The camp correspondent at Leo, Virginia bus a limited sup? ply tif booklets entitled "Furce flil Pacts' About the Army" which covor very thoroughly all phases of army life und is made up of ntliciul communica? tions on these subjects. This booklet will bu sent free to all of the road era of the Post who will write to thu Gamp Gorro. spoudcut, (Jump Lee, Virginia, i oi pies ting one aud who raea uu this paper. NURSING SERVICE IS RAPIDLY EXPANDING This American Red Cross Work Flourishing In Small Towns Throughout Country. More than 87,000 graduate nuracj have been enrolled In tho American lied Cross co dine und In department ur nursing I? dully Increasing (IiIb en* lolliuctit. The department of nursing ling been authorized to nmliiialu an adoq.uiito reserve >>f nurses lor the army nnd novy, Ii will continue in supply the i?-t-?ls or the Lulled Stelen Public tii'ultli Service to which It has as? signed mure than 1,0<kj nurses In the lusl year It will assist in establishing proper itui>lng service In r.i?-:> countrlel ?vh?m- the American Red Cross bus or luulked Hospitals, dispensaries nnd schools for nurses. Courses in home liygtel.nd cure of the ilCH bnve been started tor tboilKOndg ot ?innen who ?one never received any edinutlou In i,im direction. Itural nuratns which mis In lln Infamy a sbort while ago 'ins Im'cm put mIiciuI ill lensl n decade I.igli I be work of Ibe depa i tiaciil II liurstiig und local lied Cross -Impii-is. Public bealltl nursing linn liven ex eioletl to many rnriil communities nod ? i? Horn ihbe? ailliely in bumtretla of mall aiwiiH und counties. Nearly a boiisHiid ? indent nurses have rilrenilj '?'?14 assigned In lids kind of work. The department of nursing In unit in: wltii uibai organizations In a year's iimiuilgn in rvt-rulltng nurses for iitintnif iu'hnoia, in educating the gen, ei id public hi to standard* of nuralng ??die iiiiiui mill in allowing communities their responsibility toward schools of nursing. It will endeavor to meet all llu-se needs as well us to continue Ibe enrollment of dietitian* who win be utilized ns Instructors In Lome dietet? ics, in developing nutritional clinics, und In supplying dietitians for Die Untied suites Public Health Service mid the civilian hospitals, The Nursing Service ?in continue to offer to women nnd young girls ibe opportunity of securing Instruction In home hygiene and cure of the sick In every community In the country. This Instruction tins not only luld the foun? dation for public health but In some places bus given Impetus to the cstnh ilshpieni of hospitals nnd community school houses "As a community proflta hy the work of the nurse." say* illss Clara D Noyea. director of the rie|iartmenl of nursing, "It Is logical that the com? munity should he aroused to Its respon? sibility. The American Ited Cross stand? ready to help In n general cam. palgn of recruiting and must have the support, lympathy und understanding of the medical profession ns well as the Intelligent cooperation of the people at large." HOME SERVICE FOR EVERYBODY IN NEED Do you know what the present day Houio Service ot the American lied Cross u7 Many people do not know that, be? sides completing the work for ei-serv Ico men, especially the disabled. It pro? vides the same neighborly service tu fnmlllca In general that It formerly gave families of soldiers, sailors und marines. "Horns Service covers a wide and varied field," says Frederick O. Mun roa, general manager of the American ited Cross. "It given aid to families In solving sucb problems as budget planning, marketing, tiding over times of financial stress, keeping children In school, helping crippled children, wtd owad and deserted., mothers, children backward In acbool and children In conflict with the lawa. It random serv? ice to the homeless and transient, to the Illiterate, to tenement dwellers, to tbe unemployed, and gives friendly as? sistance and adrice to foreign speak? ing groupa." Id addition to helping families In the solution of tbolr own problems, Home Service helps In strengthening the w?ak spots in tho social life of communities. It Joins hands with oth? ers to make communities safer, healthier and happier. Organising action along tines In which tbe community ts already Inter? ested Is ono of the objects of Home Berries.. It has established community meetings, patriotic celebrations, pag? eants and picnics, fleet rooms, recre? ation facilities, play supervisors and moving pictures haro beoa provided. Through Home Service ether agencies are Influenced tc bring about Improved commercial amusements and better school facilities and to promote travel? ing libraries as well aa to secure coun? ty agricultural and home demonstra? tio'-- agents. if you need assistance at any time, go to the secretary of tbe nearest lied Cross chapter and describe the lllua tlon. Your confidence will be sacredly respected and every possible effort will he made to aid you. American Red Cross Roll Call. The Knurlh Annual Holl Call of the Vnierlenii Ited Cross will be held this year frntn Armistice Day, November II, to.Thanksgiving Day. November25, Inclusive during ibis period the men and women of the United States will pay Ibi'll annual dues and renew Utelr membnrabin. Tired [' "I was weak and run-down- KS relates Mrs. Eula Burnett, ot 41 Datton, Ca. "I waa thin an] SI Just felt tired, all the time. 1 I didn't rest well. I wasn't B over hungry. 1 know, t; H this, I needed a tonic. and 1 as tlioro Is none better than- | The Woman's Tonic ... I began using Cardul," continues Mrs. Iturnctt. SI "After my first bottle, I slept jSI better nnd ate better. I t<wk Ml four bottles. Now I'm well, r feel Just fine, eat and deep, my skin Is clear and 1 have gained nnd sure feel that Cardul is the beat tunic eve made." Thousands of other women M I have found Cardul Just -? ??'? Mrs. Buruett did. It thuuld beln you. At all druggists. Dr. .). A. Iii liner Physician and Surgeon IKKIUK -Over Mm ml l)|llg;8toi? Biu Stone Gap, Va, DR. G. M. PEAVLEH, Treats UIboi.hoh of the I Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, BRISTOL. TEN N. Will buat Anpalnchla thutima Friday ot oner- month, ntirll-SS-l DR. THOMAS F. STAI.EY Ref ractionist. treats diseases of Ihe Eye, Kir, Sail nnd Ihroal. ill Im in Ap|udaoliia I 1IO I Kltiiui in each uiouth until ? I'. M. BRISTOL. TBNN..VA; STt-VHNiON CHAP TEN No It R. A. M. Meots .third Thursday ui ? .i month. >u 8 |>. m Matmille II11 Visiting einiipaiilnnK iveliunie nr.... I, T.\vi.ciii.ll I'. .1 II M (im SM y Ulli SI ONI: OAP LOOtil ' A. P. 4 A. M. Meets occoimI Thursday ? ri. i lonlli at 8 |i. in. Maw.itlu Ihll Visiting brethren welcome A. ii. OWKNS. W M. J. II. MAtmkw*. >?? > Civil and Mining' Engineers I Bi? Stono Oap. Va. Hni lan.K) Iteporta and osllnialcH on (,'oal ami l Im [bar I .Minis, Hi-sign ami I'launnl Coal ami Coke Plants, I,:,od. Itailrnud :>u<l Moll I Rllglnceriug, Blocfrio Ithiii I'limim;. Dr. (i. C. Ilonovciill DENTIST BIO STONE GAP. VA. DOicu in Willis lluliilhig nvoi Uiilua. I irug .Sl.ir.i S. S. Masters & Co. General BlacKSmith Repair Work. Holler and Machine Kopairing. Ilm ?'? shoeing a specialty. Wagon .tml Hiiftg) Work. Wo mako a speuutlly of pulling on rubber tirea All work given pr>iiu,>t Hint careful attention. Big Stono Gap. Vn. Norton Floral Go, Cut Flowers Funeral Designs Corsages and Potted Plants Prompt Service Day or Nigl't NORTON. VA. The University of Virginia 'Edwin A. Aldennau, President TMI: TRAINING UKOtiND OF ALL THE PEOPLE I Departments represented: The CollcgOi I Graduate Studies, Education, Kuglueer ling, Law, Medicine, The Summer Quar? ter. Alan Degree Courses in I'iue Art-. I Architecture, ilusiiieaa and Commerce I Tuition in Academio Departments free t? Virginians. All expenses reduced to* minimum. Loan funds available lor men ?oil Women. Address THE REGISTRAR, University, Va.