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Official News-Letter of the State Council of Defense
To Eéitorst The
news ¤~ me ¤¤¤¤¤¤» THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY Entered ., m,,..,
is prepared t°" tm ‘ class matter at the
pI‘¢SS 3I'ld·IS |TEi¢3S¢d i post office at Lex,
for publication on ington, Ky.
November 1, 1918 LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Vol. I. No. 20
Fm [,_ (,amw&H_ mmbel. Ot the Ba,m,_u,._ u ut Etuott G;H,gO“._ Ueilghgx   ¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤i¤¤¤¤¤ is County Councils or Ioefense me rg- The Kentucky council or Dotousot
noutsvulo nar Assommlon mr eight- Ky. ‘ DH _ _ t ‘ “_“‘*S“"d t° _°?“’_ t°"“"d ?“ "’d“°"‘ HS e meme of conserving fuel and
pgp yooto uulnor or several weil l*:nh—Miss Angie Youn·.: Jackson. (/h‘°"g?* msr Oct; 20· 191S· tional F““‘”‘{‘g“ m the VRFIOHS °°u“` labor, is considering the jcgugnce t,·-
known low books hue been llppolm- <>“-lngu-lilo Kv "1”¤·<>fe¤S¤¤· of Mlllwry Smeuce and bee with veterehce to Chretmee bur- In Older 1 . H ` ‘
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od stm Historian of me Kentucky eoumu--¤»1lSS· rmmlebere su;hm·. T¤¤¤9S» U¤1ver¤¤w ei M mr-<· The ¤=1¤l¤¤¤e¤ wh i¤v¤l_~¤ ¤~j<· mh ° mg " "‘°"‘*"“'€_ estab
vouncil of Defense. It will be his mutt Pams_ Ky Lexington, Ky, phases; {1) the genernl public; (Z) li ments Ht an early hour durmg tho
duty to gather ami mango all ma- is¤y1e—1>l-. www {mmap, lm. "P¤¥S¤=~¤t ¤<¤· WM Department in- the ¤¤e¤‘¤b¤¤tS- Miter months.
totlol relating ro l{entucky's port in ville. Ky. t Ttrucnegsg §ndDecenn’e" 1· tn_e"e “`nl (w) Work with tho Gouopal public The Commercial Economy Commit.
tho pposout wat-_ Butler-—M1ss (fora Gully. Mirgln- ’e _eSta_nS e at Cam? F‘eem0nt· In proeenting thi= matter to the gen- lee of the Kentuclv Q t .
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To enable htm to do this, lt will be ¥0\vh· hy- ja 1 mm · a“_ H an rv _ (BIS la H' eral public you should bring homo fensg tml the United St t F _
twcogzary to appoint a historian in U6·¤lDb€ll··Ml'3. Thomas P. Caro- mg Schogl with a' Capaclty Of 20900 the following special points; F , 8 es adam]
each county, whose duty it will be fhel"=, Newport. Ky, 8tud€¤t8 for the D¤l`D0$€ of turning _ ue] Admtnl8t¥`8t0I' f0l‘ Kentucky,
to report to the Slate Iiistorian facts (talllislelkirl Rn T' Iiockery Al_Iing- full: sQcQnq 1iQut:€¥]an‘[S Qf infnntry,       our   have recommended   these Steps
relating to that countys Dart in the mn. my- Flhe tdtuiatlon St theh Connie iwlll be will bi palitculgrl; uséfugm tggsé be taken, and have shown that tht;
war, czrltte-¤ae¤—M1ss Ethel Hara. Mar- gh °“ WO m°‘th‘S Mt **1*8; n ty rénes who get mem TON tm. Children are saving in fuel will be very gtoat
etionnaires will be sent to ion I’y. e Same 8-8 089 OY U aHtl`Y €¤· - ‘ ·‘ ‘ ` ‘
llogtn; historians periodically. mumg m;ie=s—Miss Alice mm, 410 E, eral 0m°e*‘S’ T¤‘¤i¤i¤e 8¤h¤¤l¤ exeevi Specincany "”‘°°pt""*· It has b°‘°“ S“gg°St€d that ell mel`-
may’need in his work. lt is import- El‘i·‘-tf———Miss Mary Vansant, sandy dA]; ‘n`att1_"e§;St"antS t¤e¤~je$¤ tg Let the public unzlerstand that @089 their places ot buginoss at 5
nm therefore. to select for this work Hook. Ky. nn are e tgl e excel) regis mn S merchants have agreed that they p m. While tuuuy me h
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t. person who has aptitude mr gather- Fle~mg~—Mrs. Clark Overton. Flcm- m mss 1 “h° ""g‘$t"”‘*_d Wm *9 Sw will ¤<>t increase the Humber ef their patriotic reasons ho- rc an S fm
mg statistics and who will gm mgsburg. xy. ‘°“”""* Q-2 ‘3‘“l se “g‘S*"““'· m ‘l€‘ employees- W increase the hem the h ’ W ig"?°d t° tm
The facts which will thus be gather Frankfort. Ky. us tm Occnne On or emp evmen ln` trade. Christmas shopping, there- ess necessary for them to remain open
od will supply material for the future Graves—Miss Eugenia Parham, Clndmg ag"‘°‘m“"e· fore, must be snread out over the uhlil 3 later hour on Sgfurda S it b _
historv ot Kentucky in the great war. Nloyeville. Ky. The physical mqmmmems ere “l0¤th8 of O'$i0bel'· and November- ing generally conceded by mstgrtgh   ‘
rt matters not how much tl county Hancock — Miss com Jackson, thm f°" general m¤¤e¤‘>’ S€""°"· hate Shevvihe will be ¤<>¤Sid€red or Loui ill · · an S
may have done in the war, it will fail Hawesville. Kyl The quote ft"` y°_uI` State tS_'t36· There unpotriotic. d Sv B that uma 0 clock Sen"'
to recom, credit unless it is careful Hardin—lVlr. J. R. Asnleelonllza- is “’*‘¥"’“t “°°"”}‘y that ee q“°“* be ( -, S d E I ey www be a *”°p" ’°g“"*“°¤·
to see that what it has done is acm- bethtown. Ky. Supplied ee ta? m “dYa“°" °t D?°"’“" cuetetthe ifuttc unmmtmtd that 0 r Th'"" have been many protests
Y`"lt€iy X`€pOI`t€(1.   3, man 0]* 3 J3,(]kg()n—-I\/]_,r_ Roy   Rader Bond tier 1 as posslble. GIVE 8,11 avaliable D ' ·   u against a 1·  
woman may be named ae county hie Ky ' ’ publicity *0 me meter ’"’“S“°“"‘“"“ “‘°“""i“ ee °“°r` d pp mum °f th" p"°"°“d
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torian. but it is believed that in most Kenton—·Mrs. Shelly D. Rouse, Cov- Apnhcants will Submit t°_ €xamm` Egggemimwgtgndiisentgitl g;]t¤t)uS; trio? 0 Small Stores m Aactory dw
counties. it will he easier to find tt jugtou_ Ky_ _ thg officers the·usue.lapp11c;lt1on blank   h ld g *`—· me 8·
womanwholstlttdtortht than   Edith om Heidrick, 1* ¤eeieb**=-1*¤¤*¤m¤ebl€e*€*· K?.ilf"3i§i,€Sm?,`$l “°" ”‘“ "°“`““ B“°“’ edmng we ==¤   the
it wm be to Gnd a mmm Barbourvmgt Ky. ter settlntg forth thelrlqualiiicatlons, . ' Kentucky Council of Defense wishes
Mr. Caldwell should have as soon Lau1·el—Miss Lillie M. Lettcn, Lon- also phyemal exammatwn Should be (di De Net B'·*"d°” I-°°’=l' S°"Vt°°$ to have tho views Ot th ‘. _
aq pnssime the name Of SOn_€_man don, Ky. forthcoming. Report letters of recom- Advise the public to carry home all Count C , _ 8 var1°u5
or woman in each county who ie fitfe’l Lowronce —— Mre. Hannah Moore mendzmom After exeminatitm of them pn"°n3·SeS· it possible? nrver to ex' A y Ouncllb in Kemuckn To this
for and willing to undertake this Lackey, Louisa, Ky' and a personal interview. you will pecl; sneeinl deliveriee; and to avoid End County Councils of Defense are
work. Address: Fred P. Camweuv L€Sli€__M1_· W. H- Lewis` Hyden, niake the final selection and forward use or local malls and svecial mee- urged to get in touch immodlototy
]_()t4 Iutmtgouthem Bldgq Louisville, Kyi immediately to these headquarters, sengers, by delivering gifts person- with merchants Ot their cmmti d
Kentucky T4ivQngStOn..1\,]'rS' Charlag Ferguson term 2006- If 3 Sl1ffiCl€I1t Humber cf ally where possible, The merchants ad · 8S' an
Smtthtant Ky ` farm 2,006 is not on hand, a letter or have expresnly promised the Gov- f WSE the Kentucky Council Of De`
Data To Be Sought ·Mndi80n_Ml_S_ John R. Paws, Rich ztitemittt setting forth the required ernment to keep down delivery ser- fame as S°°u as P088tb1€ of Afhe ef-
p0t.ty_tm€ counties have already mcndl Ky, tt tt w o Suffjcignh vices in commotion with Christ ect the uniform closing hour would
ch"-rge of this important work. o_uou_ Ky_ *;-0 let of eliglbles of approxlmatoly (2) work with The Merchants Swer the fouowmg questiolr
· Kentucky is one of the Hrst states MoLean—P;-of, D, B, Lutz_ Calhoun, per cent 0f the quote as alternate See that each merchant in your Arg th · ·
tn the unio;1 to recognize. the value to Ky · gltgnfolg 5006 · mquesft induction Ot county understands the fact that mer- dittons WET; any peculiar local com
itu";-*1 g<·§¤~·F8·U0¤St;>f filings glceufete Mercer—Mr. Henry C. Wood, Har- healdqiartelgvap exangnegl _t° these chants have assumed a solemn obli- I C would make eve °'e1°°k
recor s in connec on witn e war, yodsbuyg Ky_ . 1'0v1 6 err papers t- - Gosing on all workin d
AIT`. C31d\VBil ifi calling upon county Monroelhirl Rowland   Raileyy have HOF been transmitted to the C€n_ ga Ion   regard to Cht`18tm&S trade. Saturdays and nine 0’ci'0cl3.yi, QxCg?t
historians as rapidly as they arg ap. Fut·ktOn_ Ky_ U`?} Off1CeI‘S’ Training Schools now in (li) That merchants will use a part of S t d ’ 0 0S1l1‘e 0n
]'\()intQd to cofnpilg gomplgte rosters ]\iOntg0Yn€ry_MiqS Mar), Everett Operation, ACkI]0Wl€dgg receipt- their {]..dV€YtiS?Hg`·Spa.C€. Btld     at; Qundue   tf)
or all mon outoyiug tho military and Turner, Mt Sterling, Ky. Rules for Examination otherwlee assist in educating the b f an S- Responses should
naval Sopvioo from their counties, to MOIgan_MI,. H' G. Conte, West Lib_ consuming public to buy useful C<;a;rw¤rd;1_ to Edward W, Higgs,
keep an accurate tooo;-t] of the I-B- crtyl Ky. L DBIQBZ Every Monday and Thurs. articles, and to buy and gen.:} man· 611*-110ky Council of De.
Spscflive ca/reefs Of these rncn and to N€lS0n__Mr· Lud`v€ll E I`ICKay, dag'. Fornlal al   t· b d   early,   Beckley, Executive
so own in 3, ppomluout room-d re. Bm.dSt0wH_ Ky. · DD wa lon muy e ma e (b) That merchants will not increase l '
P0¥`t8 of all Civilian activities relating OhtO_MtSS Lettie Markg. Hartford after arrive] in Lexington. their Wefkihg forces by reason  ;
to the war in each r;0unty_ Ky_ w . ` 3- Three l€tt€I`8 of 1`€C0mI'I1€Ild&tiOI1 of- the holiday business over the OATH   OF ·
The State Historian has arranged Oldham—Miss Mm- C_ Gotds. ee "9‘l“"°d· average force employed by them ALL COUNTY GOUNGILMEN
tm. tt umtorm method Ot keeping them borough, Lagrange Ky. 4. 1*30 telephone calls will be an- throughout the year, nor increase ' ·
accounts and the general public is Owen-Mr. C. L. Vallandingham swam ' the Working heure ef their f0¥'C€8 1* th C ‘+ ·
called upon to aid the county histor- Owenton. Ky. · H` NT Royeem during the Christmas Season 0 E Ouhy (e(iuB(e?;nse· ·
ian by supplying them with informa- Robert-on—M;·s_ J_ W_ Zglgry Mt_ Captain   _S· At`mY· (0) That merchants will comply fully Hemwtth we edt  
tion comingiinAlett<~trs ang telegrams Olivet, Ky, EXem¤¤me Officer with the deliveries pfogfam ofthe Oath which you vstgsilgasgrigiafg
row camps n mer ca an in Europe, Rowan-Mr, H, H_ Yout_ Mot-ohoouy Commercial Economy Committee ' A _
At the close of tho wot- tho rgggrdq Ky_ PATRIOTIC CALL SENT OUT of the Kentucky Council of De- . Each qmmgber of your County
will be deposited. in the archives of Shelby--Mr. T. F. Poynter, Shelby- FOR COMMON LABORERS tense- ‘ l vgilirncéogmlinunaiggl gglcelilofteiirchbof
the various counties and a synopsis ville, Ky. “_‘ · _ Imc S E e e'
of all county reports will be made as Simps0n—Mrs. S A Whitosidos The War Department advises that rltte Ctiiumiil Sulfgagts hmm these fm? a notary ?°"bh°‘ or Some other
a permanent State record, Franklin, Ky. · l y wmik at Camp KuOX’ Stithtom Ky" is giiatheerspeoeplergilgali eguntiasatiiarxeiign Oflglfer authorized to administer an
The ust Ot county msmriang ap_ UniOn___MrS. George Av P t, seriously hampered at present by lack l 03 ‘
pointed up to October 8, follows: Mofgenflleld. Ky. mn ICQ, gt comntmé labor` and if me present the Dress. ————-; "By Order of the Ky` Coun` of DEL
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Names of Apuoamcs S ”h‘““t°“ M"· G""“"" W- “°""“» mented material] ltiimo 8 aug RIFLE RANGE ESTABLISHED P `dl men m
· pringfield, Ky. Y W m the next AT VALLEY VIE· en et°¤ B€0k¤€Y»
I A¤;ld’ housed be¤~ wher isteelgeliitktyoItllifgrranggoagengqhglssdwlu °‘ “‘“ C° *‘'‘ °“ °* Dmse ‘°’
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Depintlzleht _h¥1S_ Tefllleellee the 'lxen- to rtud out yvhetlher he has ms mgm ggrrgistuing Csatingyt Councils of De· aud they Wm bg given thorough drgtl ------ - --------——-·---— - --·--~·~- ~ --~— ~ ·-—·-—~·~— C°nntY·
txckgl :.01:nml 0; é)efeIntSe ·.0 ¤§S:1Stl'111 tration, or exemption oot·d_ matter pp Q 0 for help lu this and practice in riile shooting. inte? the ect of the Kentucky Leg`
o oocwn 0 asa ers an em- 4_ Ke . t h . _ - _ _ Th - · h _ iSe¤re,e1>1>roved March 15,1918.
qumsv mcmdmg technical dma draft bceartdtn htnitzhiswvttlhatiénsir tocol f Laborers wut bg pald 35c pe, hou,. mmf Egarfggtghggs   rgiugggg creating me Kentucky Council of
t;vttdgrs_ that is, dglinquemts who more than likely however ti I t dls 911 3* dey of eight h0l1l`S 8Ild 50% ad- as a rmgman has been up rgciated Defense, d0 solemnly swear that I
have failed to file questionnaires, ap- lm t . ’ _ ’ ld e' dlttenat f0I' 0V€I‘t1me. Laborers gen- . th   wm Support and defend the Com
  or ,,h,ml   or Wi;}“§§H;‘;;0‘;,‘;y0tg;;t1($;;*;;‘ct1¤e"¤’ muy   employed en ¤ ¤¤r¤ pe day. E5miL§“§£"Z;0§£°§3§“w§li“r§?uIiZ Se¤¤<>¤ M ee ¤¤¤·=¤ Seee and
0th8l_wiS€ comm}, with thc Selective 8· Free transportation is fumighott _ . . the Constitution of the State of
Service mw The following pmgmm 5. Question each num an uniform meals cost 300, and lodging is frag gif;nzhgegogiyfhfggethe Umwmty t° Kentucky against ell enemies. for-
ielsuggested for vurious County Coun- iifsistgs tgiuignglm ;§s};fr1g;Y;;n§;n·b8¤i neifgteegts Sshfgild lepply at tho { V ` _ ‘ eign and domestic; that 1 will boat-
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Cl; lnetruvr the membere of v · to expire urge hie lllllllédinte return Sllilh Offices arg n poymcmi 0ff1c·E`   OPENING IS true t-mth and allegiance ,tO ihe
l m   ,   . ·_0ul· to Service DJ t_ _ V U _ OW €Si3.bl1She.:l lll DEFERRED ONE WEEK same; that I take this obllgatmn
tgotmcu and tgouuuumty tguuucus Ot (l d b·- 0Ser lon is frequently le following towns and Cities in freely without any mental reserva-
tm!-Gnse to lmdermke this work m iullsieh ty menlln the tmnvovorgtoy. Kentucky: The University of Kentuck hich tion or purpose of evasion; and r
Such tt way that Buch member wm mg elf fulloughs and being afraid Aehlend, Bowling Green, Houdot·Sou_ , _ ,_ Y W “ that I will well and faithfully dis-
fool n personal responsibility in do- to ]`eP0¥`t for Sefvlee. In cases of this L0u1sv1lle, Coviugtgny Lexington Mid_ nas dosed Tntn`S*]dY» October 11· with charge the dutieg upon which I am
l.el=tilU.{ deecrters in every community. l`_-.'``>``''`.`''``-`V'`` ‘
strange man in uniform. whose prog- ·*<>¤¤vhSl·i¤¤¤ thin- new eXC€U€¤t· Sufficient ybarraekn day' November 6‘ This Step was de` S“b?°""°° and sworn to before
ence in not fully zlcleounlod lop lf By order of tho Koutuoky (touncil have been construotod to houso all Uinnn nP°n by Unt"i*l'SttY ”·“tn0¤`iUe8· me this '‘’`‘`”"`‘`' day of '```'```'`````` L ``````’
ho is on logitlnmte errand. ho will of Defense. Edwzlrd W. Hines, Chair- 0mD}0Y9eS» theS0 being the same bar- i"¤1‘l0\1ghS to SU1de¤iS of the efmy 19] ·····»·-·
have \\'tth   0vi(l8"(.(" il} (‘H[Hl)liSh trial],         "thich \\'iIl       SOI-           Htapsvp -----—-- — ·--- — -—-----—~· · ····· ····‘ '‘‘'‘‘ "" ‘‘''‘'‘`
this fact. SGCFGGITY. diers \\’il(’ll the Cfllllp is completed, Sllildily night, N0V€mh€l`